Weekly News Roundup Issue #39

This is your latest Weekly News Roundup. Every week we gather together last week's most prominent news from right here at KeenGamer for the busier folks out there looking for more bitesize news. This week, we have coverage on a shocking Metroid Prime 4 announcement , yet more talent leaving Sony for Microsoft , Bloodborne secrets and much more. Read on to get this week's fix.

Weekly News Roundup Issue #39

It’s Back to Square One For Metroid Prime 4

Weekly News Roundup Issue #39 - Metroid Prime 4

Nearly as old as Mario, Metroid Prime is a game series that has enjoyed incredible patience from its loyal fans. Especially so considering how fewer Metroid games there are than Mario games. After a year-long wait since its initial reveal, fans faced newfound disappointment as Nintendo announced the game to be cancelled and that they were restarting from scratch. Take a look at our coverage as to why this happened. 

God of War Talent Jumps Ship To Work For Microsoft

Weekly News Roundup Issue #39 - God of War talent leaves for Microsoft

In Microsoft’s continued annexation of gaming industry talent, Chris O’Neill, Lead Level Designer of God of War, has left Sony Santa Monica to work for The Initiative. This studio has been formulated by Microsoft to focus more heavily on exclusives for Xbox’s next generation. For the details on O’Neill’s move and the slew of other talent to leave their long-time development homes for The Initiativetake a look at our further coverage.

A Fresh Power Rangers Experience On The Way

Weekly News Roundup Issue #39 - Power Rangers

Last week, Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid was announced. It’s been an extremely long time since Power Rangers fans have had a game to look forward to. While information is scarce at present, check out our coverage for all the information we currently know, as well as a bitesize reveal trailer.

Bloodborne Continues To Reveal Its Secrets

Weekly News Roundup Issue #39 - Bloodborne Modding

The much loved PS4 exclusive souls game, Bloodborne is no stranger to revealing mysteries only to the most inquisitive gamers. That trend continues with the modding scene. But it’s not on PC, we hear you say. Where there’s a modder, there’s a way! Take a look at our coverage for an interesting deep dive into how modders can use their skills on a console platform to uncover the many secrets within it and even playable elements that didn’t make it to the final release. 

Star Wars Is Not In Good Hands

Weekly News Roundup Issue #39 - Star Wars

EA being in charge of the Star Wars presence in gaming certainly hasn’t turned out to be a good thing. We all know that. The trend has continued recently with yet another cancelled open world project and information thin on the ground for Fallen Order. Take a look at our deep dive into the situation, considering the good, the bad and the ugly. 

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