Gaming News

No, Overkill’s The Walking Dead Has Not Been Canceled on Consoles

Despite reports suggesting the console version of Overkill’s The Walking Dead had been canceled, one of the game’s publishers has gone on record saying it’s simply been postponed. Confirmed by publisher 505 Games on Twitter, the company states "We just wanted to clear the position on the Overkill’s The Walking Dead ...
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/ IGN, Video Games

Windows Gaming and more State of Decay slots now available!

Thank you to everyone who signed up for the State of Decay flight on version 18334. We received an overwhelming response to the flight and are very grateful for your support!   Today, in addition to State of Decay we also have some exciting news to share about flighting additional Windows Gaming features. In the ...
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/ Video Games, Xbox

Nindie Round Up: Inops, The Raven Remastered, Utopia 9, Heroes Trials and Debris Infinity

More indie hits than you can shake a joy con at.This week, we have some solid entries from the Indie scene, bringing you five more lovely titles to potentially add to your library. Atmospheric puzzler Inops delivers some quirky brain teasers via platforming, The Raven Remastered offers a Switch port ...
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/ Nintendo, Video Games

Is Far Cry: New Dawn Weird Enough?

BEYOND! On this week's episode of IGN's weekly PlayStation show, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and Andrew Goldfarb to discuss Far Cry: New Dawn's take on a colorful post-apocalypse, and whether the latest entry in the series is as weird as it maybe should be ...
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/ IGN, Video Games

Detention follow-up Devotion is spooking up a storm today

There are few niches as specific as the one Red Candle Games have carved out with Detention and its successor Devotion, launched just yesterday. Both are sharp, unsettling but grounded horror stories that blend the supernatural with tales of real life in Taiwan in the not-too-distant past. While Detention was ...
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/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun, Video Games

Steins;Gate Elite is out now, remastering a visual novel classic

Steins;Gate is possibly my favourite visual novel. A gripping, smart sci-fi thriller about a bunch of students who inadvertently build a time machine and end up in a whole mess of predestined trouble for it. It even got an impressive anime adaptation, though it did miss out on a lot ...
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Help Us Investigate Blurred Text and Images on Dashboard

Some of our Xbox Insiders in the Alpha and Alpha – Skip Ahead rings have reported an issue where certain text and images appear blurred or screens are obscured by a white box in areas like Profile, Home and the Avatar Editor. Our engineering team is looking through these reports ...
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/ Video Games, Xbox

Julian Eggebrecht, Ex-Head Of Factor 5, Joined Epic Games Last Month

What if...?Warning: the following news may have you pining for 'the good old days' and thinking back wistfully to when EA wasn't fouling up good Star Wars games with lootbox nonsense.Erstwhile Nintendo Life contributor Liam Robertson has noted on Twitter a recent movement of a prominent industry figure under the ...
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/ Nintendo, Video Games

Ben Mendelsohn’s Captain Marvel Villain Explained

The Captain Marvel movie will include several firsts for the MCU, like being set in the '90s and featuring a two-eyed Nick Fury. Perhaps the most notable new development, however, is the inclusion of the Skrulls as the main villains of the film. And they'll be led by Ben Mendelsohn, no less! One ...
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/ IGN, Video Games

Baba Is You, Launch Is March 13th

Please play the prototype demo of Baba Is You, so I’ll have an easier time explaining why the full version – now due on March 13th – is one of the most exciting puzzle games on the horizon. It’s the work of Arvi “Hempuli” Teikari, previously known for tiny but perfectly formed ...
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