Kotaku Friday, July 1, 2022 5:55 PM
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Fallout: London looks great! It honestly could pass as a real, official expansion if you showed it to someone who had no idea it was a fan-created mod. And apparently the company behind Fallout, Bethesda, agrees that London looks marvelous because it keeps hiring up the ambitious mod's developers.
Kotaku Friday, July 1, 2022 5:25 PM
When I first watched Netflix's new anime Bastard!!: Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy, I expected a melodramatic anime series along the lines of Record of Lodoss War. What I got was an unapologetically horny show about a wizard and his ever-growing harem of big-haired anime waifus. I loved every second of it.
Kotaku Friday, July 1, 2022 4:40 PM
When people talk about the "best" year in gaming, they typically trot out the usual suspects: 2007 (Assassin's Creed! Mass Effect! Halo 3!), 2013 (The Last of Us! GTA V!), 2017 (Horizon Zero Dawn! That other open-world game!). Allow us to posit that one of the best years in gaming happened exactly 20 years ago: 2002.…
Kotaku Friday, July 1, 2022 3:40 PM
Video game companies are notoriously cagey about sharing their plans. In a market saturated with sequels and spin-offs, developers nevertheless treat every new project with extreme secrecy. They'll rarely even be up-front about what they aren't working on, but today the PlayStation studio behind Ghost of Tsushima did…
Kotaku Friday, July 1, 2022 2:50 PM
20-year-old Brian Haugh has spent the past six years purchasing thousands of ":steam2016:" emoticons, which Valve created to promote the 2016 Steam Summer Sale and looks like a hot dog wearing little shoes. On Steam, you can purchase emoticons from other users in the Community Marketplace or create them by playing…
Kotaku Friday, July 1, 2022 2:35 PM
For the past week, Games Done Quick has held its annual speedrunning festival. As always, the event has been awesome, full of some truly mind-blowing feats, including an exploit-packed run through Halo Infinite's open-world-ish campaign. But organizers appear to have saved the best for last, with a truly stacked…
PCGamesN Friday, July 1, 2022 6:36 PM
Blizzard offered a deep look at the World of Warcraft Dragonflight Priest talents in an extensive new blog post, highlighting changes to the three Priest specializations. While much of the class talent system remains the same as previous expansions in the MMO game, there are a few significant differences – the biggest one being you'll have two talent trees to spend your points in, a class tree and a specialization tree. These blur the boundaries of traditional specializations and let you blend elements outside your own chosen spec to create something unique.
"Some of our biggest goals in a class and talent revamp are to increase player agency over your character's progression and build, provide meaningful rewards while leveling, and reinforce your character's connection to both their class and their spec," Blizzard said in the post.Best MMORPGs on PC, The best WoW addons, WoW Classic leveling guide
PCGamesN Friday, July 1, 2022 4:31 PM
Xûr is Destiny 2's Exotic gear merchant. He appears every weekend to sell the game's most coveted items in exchange for Legendary shards, but if you're a casual player with limited shards to spend, it can be hard to know which of his wares is most worth your investment. That's where we come in.
As of June 12, 2020, it appears that Xûr is back to providing random rolls - so the Exotic merchant is providing more excitement than he has in a long time. Xûr appears every Friday at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT / 6pm BST, and will stick around until the Tuesday reset. We'll update this Destiny 2 Xur location guide shortly after he arrives, so if you're reading this, you need only read on to learn where he is, and which are the best items he's selling this week.
Now we're in The Witch Queen territory, but Xûr's appearances have been at the usual spots - so maybe don't expect too many surprises from the merchant in the new year of Destiny 2 content.Destiny 2: Beyond Light review, Destiny 2 exotics, Play Destiny 2
PCGamesN Friday, July 1, 2022 3:45 PM
A new type of Denuvo DRM technology promises to crack down on DLC pirating. Dubbed Denuvo SecureDLC, the software is already integrated for clients using Denuvo anti-tamper and refigures the platform's API to block attacks and prevent unauthorized access.Best SSD for gaming, How to build a gaming PC, Best gaming CPU
PCGamesN Friday, July 1, 2022 2:50 PM
There's no pastime humans have yet to convert into a sporting event of some sort, and Blizzard's long-running MMO game, World of Warcraft, is no exception. The premier events in the WoW esports calendar, Mythic Dungeon and Arena, are reaching their finales within weeks. The Mythic Dungeon International (MDI) holds its finals on the 8th and 9th of July, and the Arena World Championship (AWC) host theirs on the 16th and 17th. It's not all just about passive viewing, though.Best MMORPGs on PC, The best WoW addons, WoW Classic leveling guide
PCGamesN Friday, July 1, 2022 5:49 PM
Critically acclaimed MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV is many things to many people, and now players can escape to their own Animal Crossing style island getaway with the upcoming FFXIV Island Sanctuary, which was detailed in Live Letter 71. In addition, game director Naoki Yoshida and community producer Toshio Murouchi expanded on much of the upcoming content players can expect with FFXIV patch 6.2, which is scheduled for late August.
Island Sanctuary is an individual island that each player gets for themselves. It is handled largely separately from the rest of the game, with its own materials, currencies, and inventory which are all handled independently so as not to clutter up players' normal inventories. You can grow crops, cultivate seeds, care for creatures, and develop and decorate your island to your heart's content. Each island is unique to you and the progression is designed for solo play, but players will be able to invite friends and free company members to visit their islands.
Yoshi-P emphasises that the islands are quite large - pointing to a tiny dot just visible on a wide overhead shot that he says is a Roegadyn, as an example of their scale. Island Sanctuary is expected to arrive with update 6.25, so won't be here for August's patch, but it should give players a whole new way to spend their time in Eorzea. We may not have Animal Crossing on PC, but this certainly feels like a good alternative.The best MMOs on PC, FFXIV Reaper job guide, FFXIV Sage job guide
Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Friday, July 1, 2022 2:52 PM
The Tour De France, the grandest race in professional cycling, started today. Across three weeks, 176 cyclists will ride 3328 kilometres (2068 miles) winding through France, Denmark, Belgium, and Switzerland, including the Alps and Pyrenees. As a keen cyclist and avid Tour watcher myself, I'm excited. So in celebration, over the coming weeks I'll be gabbing about the Tour De France, cycling, and bikes in a wide variety of video games with my own Tour De Jeux, from big-budget open-world extravaganzas to cute wee indie adventures. Let's start in the obvious place: the official Tour De France video game.
Twinfinite Friday, July 1, 2022 6:56 PM
A Wordle a day keeps the... word doctor away?
Twinfinite Friday, July 1, 2022 6:08 PM
Atlus released another daily trailer of the upcoming JRPG Soul Hackers 2, focusing on some of the demons that will be featured in the game.
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Eye don't see how this won't entirely rule.
Twinfinite Friday, July 1, 2022 5:40 PM
Star Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games released more videos showcasing content coming in the next update and more.
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Does your favorite make it out alive?
Twinfinite Friday, July 1, 2022 4:32 PM
I am an Air Traffic Controller: Airport Hero Haneda Announced for Nintendo Switch Including English Language
Japanese developer SonicPowered announced the upcoming release of I am an Air Traffic Controller: Airport Hero Haneda for Nintendo Switch.
Twinfinite Friday, July 1, 2022 3:46 PM
WayForward and Rooster Teeth had a new reveal to share about the upcoming RWBY action-adventure game RWBY Arrowfell.
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Here's how to fix Valorant voice chat/comms not working if you're having trouble using in-game communication.
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An eye for an eye.
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Here is how to start the Vykas Legion Raid in Lost Ark.
Siliconera Friday, July 1, 2022 9:00 PM
We now have a better idea of the VShojo Ironmouse Nendoroid will look. Good Smile Company's been teasing an array of figures that will be part of its lineup at Anime Expo 2022. Among them was a picture of the unpainted prototype of the Vtuber figure.
Here's a closer look at the Ironmouse Nendoroid. She was announced back at WonHobby G Spring 2022. At the time, only concept art for the character showed up. The unpainted prototype offers an idea of one of the face plates that will come with the figure.
People can already pre-order one VShojo Nendoroid. Good Smile Company is selling the Nyatasha Nyanners one. People have until August 18, 2022 to call dibs on her. To help give a frame of reference for how much Ironmouse might cost, Nyatasha is ¥6,900/$62.99. She'll be out in November 2022 in Japan and January 2023 in North America.
There's no release window yet for the VShojo Ironmouse Nendoroid.
Siliconera Friday, July 1, 2022 8:35 PM
One of Castlevania's most recognizable characters will inspire a new figure. Good Smile Company's Japanese Twitter account announced an item as part of its Anime Expo 2022 reveals. A Castlevania Alucard Nendoroid is in development.
The Alucard figure is early in development. There are no prototypes to show at this time. Instead, there is chibi concept art showing how the final Nendoroid could look.
Here's the official Castlevania Alucard Nendoroid announcement. It suggests he could arrive wearing a cape and wielding a sword.
In other Castlevania news, a number of projects came up recently. There's the Castlevania Advance Collection available now. That bundles together Castlevania: Dracula X, Circle of the Moon, Harmony of Dissonance, and Aria of Sorrow. Netflix also will air a Castlevania: Nocturne show starring Richter Belmont and Maria Renard.
The Castlevania Alucard Nendoroid is in development, and there's no release window for it yet.
Siliconera Friday, July 1, 2022 3:30 PM
Good Smile Company's Anime Expo 2022 announcements also involved Hololive English Myth reveals of new Nendoroids, figmas, and Pop Up Parade figures. In some cases, only concept art appeared. However, both the Gura Gawr and Calliope Mori Pop Up Parades showed up as unpainted prototypes.
First, here's the reveal that Amelia Watson, Calliope, Ina'nis Ninomae, and Kiara Takanashi Hololive English Nendoroids are in the works. No precise concept art appeared to show them in their upcoming chibi forms.
Next, here's the reveal that Amelia, Calliope, Gura, Ina'nis, and Kiara will all get their own figmas.
Finally, here are the unpainted prototypes for the Gura Gawr and Calliope Mori Pop Up Parade Hololive English Myth figures.
So far, only Gura's gotten a Nendoroid. The first round of pre-orders for it opened in July 2021. Those sold out. That led to a second round. That figure is expected to appear around September 2022 outside Japan.
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Siliconera Friday, July 1, 2022 3:00 PM
When is a murder mystery game not a murder mystery game? When it's a combination murder mystery/shoot 'em up! Just as the "Yurukill" in the title Yurukill: The Calumniation Games is a portmanteau of the Japanese "Yurusu" (to pardon or forgive) and the English "Kill," the game itself is a combo of two seemingly incompatible genres. It is a puzzle-solving adventure and a flashy scrolling shooter. The result works far better than one might think at first.
Yurukill kicks things off in an unknown prison. The first character and protagonist, Sengoku Shunju, is a mass murderer. Convicted of bombing an apartment building and killing 21 people, he's been removed from his cell and carted off to "Yurukill Land," a freakish amusement park. There, he and five other "Prisoners," all convicted of various crimes but continuing to proclaim their innocence, must survive the "Yurukill Games." The games are a series of challenges posed by Binko, Yurukill's eccentric, fox mask-wearing game show host. But there's more. Each Prisoner is paired up with an "Executioner," an individual with some connection to the Prisoner's crime. In Sengoku's case, his Executioner is Rina Azami, the only survivor of the bombing Sengoku allegedly committed.
Each pair's goal in Yurukill's death game is set early on. Win, and Prisoners will go free with enough evidence to clear their names. Executioners will have their wish granted, which could mean, for example, exacting revenge on the Prisoner. It's a wild setup that's perfectly set to accommodate roller-coaster plot twists, and developer Izanagi Games made sure the game's aesthetic reflects that unhinged energy.
Yurukill's visuals are top-notch, even among other famous adventure and visual novel-type games. The character designs come from Another manga artist Hiro Kiyohara and are beautifully rendered, if a bit static. When speaking, the character cutouts are surrounded by a lit border that animates and changes to accentuate the character's mood and lines. The borders even allow character-specific styling, such as the red Torii gates that surround Binko whenever she's on screen. It's a great touch that accentuates Yurukill's lavish sensibility, making it a joy to look at.
Yurukill is also a joy to hear, thanks to excellent voice work by its cast. The game features well-known actors like Saori Hayami, Ayane Sakura, Takuya Eguchi, and Tomozaku Sugita. Yu Kobayashi in the role of Binko is particularly entertaining, thanks to Kobayashi's ability to instantly switch from "femme fatale" to "far off the deep end".
The performances are supported by the writing. Based on a story by Kakegurui creator Homura Kawamoto and Build Divide creator Hikaru Muno, Yurukill: The Calumniation Games leans hard into the excess and over-the-top energy of the game's amusement park setting. The dozen or so hours it takes to clear the game pass quickly, as the chapters are efficiently constructed and help lay out the stakes without much fuss or fumble. The story loses some steam in the latter half, though. Some cases rely on leaps of reasoning that are frankly untenable to anyone that's not actively a cartoon character. Though vibes are generally more important than airtight logic in games like this, a few of the reaches really stretch credibility.
You play each pairing in turn, as they brave one of Yurukill Land's bespoke attractions. Each attraction is a multi-stage, escape room-style puzzle area, filled with dialog sequences, clues, and some puzzle-solving. The puzzles range from basic arithmetic and pattern recognition challenges to simplistic, hidden-object pixel hunts. The latter puzzles are where Yurukill's interface seems a bit inadequate, as you're made to maneuver a slow cursor around the screen to interact with hotspots. It feels like a UI better suited to touch screens or mouse-driven play rather than gamepads.
Then again, you might want a gamepad for the other half of Yurukill's gameplay. As mentioned, it's also a shoot-em-up, with the shooting portions of the game developed by G.Rev, a veteran shmup-maker with credits on series like Darius, Ikaruga, and Senko no Ronde. Following each adventure portion, Prisoners and Executioners alike are tossed into a virtual reality arcade to do battle in the Executioner's mind palace.
Prisoners need to fly their Yurukill Fighters through the Executioner's mental defenses, making their case by shooting clues and navigating to different clues discovered in the adventure sequences. It works surprisingly well, because the shooting is genuinely fun and the character interactions continue during these portions. Each playable character also has a unique gimmick for their ship, such as extra guns that shoot sideways or orbiting laser drones. Though the gameplay can't really be said to be fully integrated with the narrative, it's not so distracting that it takes away rom the storytelling. Indeed, it can be a fun change of pace, cleansing the palate before the next round of insane plot twists. And when the story's over, players who liked the shooting can go back and play in Score Attack mode, choosing any playable character for any stage (they're locked in during the main story).
I'm not sure whether to think of Yurukill as a decent shmup with a good adventure game attached, or a good adventure game with a decent shmup minigame inserted into it. Perhaps it doesn't matter, as the two disparate flavors taste great together all the same.
Yurukill: The Calumniation Games releases for PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch on July 5, 2022 in North America and on July 8, 2022 for Europe and on PC.
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Siliconera Friday, July 1, 2022 2:30 PM
As part of its Anime Expo 2022 announcements, Good Smile Company offered looks at its Mob Psycho 100 Shigeo Kageyama and Arataka Reigen Nendoroids. There's no release window for either one yet. However, the latest images offer a first look at the painted prototypes for both characters. Pop Up Parade figures of both characters are also on the way.
First, here's how Mob will look. He's wearing his school uniform.
Next, here's Reigen in his usual suit.
Finally, here are the unpainted prototypes for the two Pop Up Parade Mob Psycho 100 figures.
The Mob Psycho 100 Shigeo Kageyama and Arataka Reigen Nendoroids are in development. The anime can be found on Crunchyroll, and Dark Horse handles the manga localization.
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Siliconera Friday, July 1, 2022 2:10 PM
A number of indie game Nendoroid updates appeared as part of Good Smile Company's Anime Expo 2022 announcements. Most of them were looks at confirmed characters. For example, painted prototypes of both the Nendoroid versions of Shovel Knight and Undertale's Undine showed up. So did an unpainted Nendoroid prototype of the half-genie Shantae.
First, here's the painted Shovel Knight Nendoroid. He'll be armed with his shovel. His armor will also use metallic paint.
Next, here's the Undertale Undine Nendoroid. She'll join Sans and Papyrus, who will appear in 2023.
Finally, here's how the unpainted Shantae Nendoroid looks.
There was also an indie game Nendoroid announcement. Slime Rancher's lead character is getting a figure. The Beatrix LeBeau Nendoroid will be based on the rancher's appearance in Slime Rancher 2.
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Siliconera Friday, July 1, 2022 2:00 PM
Phantasy Star Online 2 and PSO2 New Genesis PS4 versions are finally going to appear outside Japan. As part of the Anime Expo 2022 announcements, Sega confirmed a global release. The only consoles with the MMORPGs outside Japan right now are ones in the Xbox family. They will arrive on the PlayStation Store on August 31, 2022.
Here's the official announcement.
PSO2 New Genesis launched on Xbox consoles and PCs back in June 2021.
This doesn't mean every version of Phantasy Star Online 2 will soon be available worldwide. There's no news about the Nintendo Switch port. A cloud version of the MMO is available on the console in Japan. There was also, at one point, a Vita version available. People in Japan were able to play it until service ended in September 2020.
Phantasy Star Online 2 and PSO2 New Genesis will come to the PS4 on August 31, 2022. People can immediately play both games on the Xbox One, Xbox Series X (via backward compatibility), and PC worldwide.
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PC Invasion - FeedDDD Friday, July 1, 2022 6:07 PM
Well folks, this is it. You've made it to the final boss fight of Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course. Naturally, this battle will not be an easy one. And you may find victory feeling a little bittersweet. Or, would it be salty? Anyway, I feel it's necessary to drop a spoiler warning, just in case, as you do fight someone you met in the DLC. The final boss fight in The Delicious Last Course takes some practice, but this guide has a few helpful tips on how to win. Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course — Final boss tips guide The final fight of the Cuphead DLC is none other than the first friendly face you meet on the island. Chef Saltbaker has gone rogue, and intends to use Cuphead's soul in a vile recipe. That's a bit messed up. You need to knock him back to his senses. But be warned: Saltbaker is a tough cookie to crack. Phase 1 In the first phase of the fight, you stand on a large and wooden table with Chef Saltbaker in the background. You can tell which...
PC Invasion - FeedDDD Friday, July 1, 2022 5:30 PM
If you've been in the mood to play he rhythmic dungeon crawler Crypt of the NecroDancer again, now might be the perfect time. Why? Because after five years, Crypt of the NecroDancer developer Brace Yourself Games has finally released another update for this 2015 classic. Dubbed v3.0.0, this update introduces a staggering number of gameplay changes, new features, and quality-of-life improvements that promise to make the experience even more replayable and addicting than before. Crucially, "by streaming more resources on demand," the update drastically decreased the loading time when booting up the game. Brace Yourself Games listed this as one of the biggest priorities in the new patch, and it certainly comes as a welcome improvement. Another significant addition comes in the form of a No Beat Mode, which removes the need for timing inputs to the background music. The Bard already had this feature built-in, but this mode will allow players to more easily access content ...
PC Invasion - FeedDDD Friday, July 1, 2022 5:00 PM
Mortimer Freeze brings an abominable snowman to this chilling boss fight in Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course. But there's no need to freeze with fear: this guide offers some tips on how to beat Mortimer in The Delicious Last Course, and leave him on ice. Ha, cold puns. The battle against Mortimer Freeze begins with the titular purple-garbed ice wizard himself. The arena is akin to a coliseum, with snowmen gathered all around to watch the battle unfold. Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course — Mortimer Freeze tips guide Phase 1 Mortimer flies from side to side, stopping every so often to attack. He has a few moves in the first phase, and they're all fairly easy to dodge. Mortimer will stop in midair to slam a massive, orange whale onto the ground. You're given enough time to move out of the way. Use this moment to deal as much damage to Mortimer as possible. When Mortimer stops to open his cloak, he drops four icicle creatures into the ground. After a few momen...
PC Invasion - FeedDDD Friday, July 1, 2022 4:00 PM
The Howling Aces boss fight in Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course will turn you on your head. Mostly, because it turns you literally on your head, forcing you to relearn you controls in real time. It's a tough fight, to be sure, but this guide provides some tips on how you can knock The Howling Aces out of the sky for good. The entire fight is done with you precariously perched on a plane. You don't have much room to maneuver, which adds to the difficulty of the fight. There are also tons of projectiles to dodge, so stay alert. Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course — The Howling Aces tips guide Phase 1 The first phase of The Howling Aces boss fight has you facing off against a large dog in a plane. Said plane will be above you, tossing out three tennis balls that slowly drop. Every so often, the pilot will appear on one side of the screen to fire off a set of bones or balls of yarn. The damage point is the pilot. When the dog is coming down, facing away, he will flex...
PC Invasion - FeedDDD Friday, July 1, 2022 2:45 PM
The heat goes up with Esther Winchester, the only airplane boss fight of Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course. If you haven't learned how to dodge properly in the DLC yet, then this is where you learn. And it's going to hurt. But don't worry, I came up with a quick guide with some helpful tips on how to send Esther to the meat grinder. This is an airplane boss, which means your weaponry is limited. You can swap between bullets and bombs, but you may end up using the former over the latter. It's tough to draw close to Esther during the fight. Projectiles are going to be your greatest enemy, so you should focus more on dodging while holding down the fire button. Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course — Esther Winchester tips guide Phase 1 The first phase of the Esther Winchester boss fight has you dodging flying snake oil while the boss rides along in a saloon wagon. There are several key things to keep in mind during phase one: her snake oil guns loop backward...
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Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Friday, July 1, 2022 5:00 PM
Pokemon Legends: Arceus is set in olden times in the Pokemon world when it was rare to find harmony between people and Pokemon. Set in the Hisui region, modern-day Sinnoh, you will join the Galaxy Expedition Team (Galaxy Team for short) as a member of the Survey Corps stationed in Jubilife Village. You will be […]
Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Friday, July 1, 2022 4:00 PM
The roster of mobs that Minecraft has released over the game's lifetime has steadily increased yearly. The collection has indeed been updated once again since the release of the latest Minecraft update, 1.19, the Wild Update. This update in mobs and terrain has resulted in even more diverse and immersive gameplay for players, as more […]
Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Friday, July 1, 2022 3:00 PM
When it comes to Minecraft, gathering resources and sustaining yourself is crucial for survival. Food acts as the player's main source of energy and health, so it is fairly important to gather as many food items as possible; farming is one of the best ways to become self-sufficient in Minecraft. As the game slowly progresses, […]
Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Friday, July 1, 2022 2:00 PM
Oman Au Shrine, or the Magnesis Trial, is one of the first Shrines in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This shrine is one of four shrines that Link must complete to leave the Great Plateau region. This shrine is also Link's introduction to Magnesis, a useful Rune ability that can lift and […]
Gaming Instincts – Next-Generation of Video Game Journalism Friday, July 1, 2022 5:35 PM
It introduces players to the game's world.
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Gaming Instincts – Next-Generation of Video Game Journalism Friday, July 1, 2022 5:08 PM
The games first launched on Xbox and PC in the west
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The diary reveals information on the creation and gameplay systems
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Gaming Instincts – Next-Generation of Video Game Journalism Friday, July 1, 2022 4:00 PM
There are currently no plans to revisit the inFAMOUS or Sly Cooper game series.
Gaming Instincts – Next-Generation of Video Game Journalism Friday, July 1, 2022 3:27 PM
"SEGA and ATLUS are working to bring these stories and worlds to life through new mediums"