Cyberpunk: 2077 Reaches A Big Development Milestone
As one of many fantastic announcement made at this year’s Gamescom, we learned that Cyberpunk: 2077 is currently playable from beginning to end. This has many debating yet again just where its release window will fall. As CD Projekt Red now enters the long and arduous task of polishing the title to a state of perfection, we can only wonder. Take a look at our coverage for more on how the highly talented Polish studio is getting along.
The old mantra “haters gunna hate” also comes to mind as, last week, we were unsurprised to see a freshly new and forced controversy exploding on CD Projeckt Red’s Twitter for…reasons. Take a look this coverage as well if you’re the mood to annoy yourself.
Devil May Cry 5 Is Not So Far Away
Again, at Gamescom, it would appear the hype is becoming too much to bear for Game Director Hideaki Itsuno. To calm the raging torrent of hyped fans, he informed us of a release date for the return of what is being called “the true sequel” in the Devil May Cry series. Pop over to our coverage for when it will be released along with the announcement’s accompanying trailer.
Supermassive Emerge To Shock Horror Fans
At Gamescom we also learned what Supermassive have been up to since releasing their last title, The Inpatient. It turns out they plan on not only informing us of the 2019 release, Man of Medan but also that it will be part of a horror series. A series where we can expect more titles set in the same universe being called The Dark Pictures Anthology. A bold thing to have to commit to, but Supermassive are frankly horror masterminds and we think they’re good for it. For all the details, including gameplay, Supermassive leaving Sony as a publisher and more, get the rundown with our coverage.
Retro Lives On
The Super Mini SFC Console is exactly that – tiny! Although what it offers is the exact opposite with an inbuilt games library offering a whopping six hundred and twenty games from the 80’s and 90’s designed to take you on a trip down memory lane. With retro culture stronger than ever, this little beast of a machine might just be what you were hankering for. Take a look at our review of the product to see how it holds up after seeming being teleported through time to 2018.
PUBG Lives On Aswell
After losing many within its player-base after the purge of the cheaters and even more so after the market dominator that is Fortnite, anybody would think PUBG is on its last legs. In recent news, it looks like the PUBG team have not given up on the game as support continues now in the form of the “Training Mode” update. It may not sound like much of a big deal but it is being touted as quite a hefty update with many new avenues of playability for PUBG fans. Take a look at our coverage for more.
Indie Surprise Of The Week Award Goes To…
Airships: Conquer The Skies was last week’s most favourably reviewed title. While, on the face of it, it may not look like much. Although, the gameplay variety and customization on offer here runs deep, making for a fulfilling game for those who choose to hop on. After all, this was a one man project that mercilessly held the attention of reviewer Ben, even when he knew he could have been playing Monster Hunter: World instead! Take a look at his review to see if Airships could end up pulling you away from your favourite games too.