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Mary Jane's New Character Design In Spider-Man PS4 Looks A Bit Different

Added: 20.07.2018 13:30 | 0 views | 0 comments

Marvel's Spider-Man has received a brand new story trailer at the San Diego Comic-Con today. This trailer gave us a tease of what to expect from the story

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 Signs Partnership With AS Monaco

Added: 20.07.2018 13:13 | 0 views | 0 comments

Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 is the latest installment in the soccer series with more licensed content than ever before; more fully licensed leagues and stadiums, more club licensed partnerships, and a host of new Legends.

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Mina's Beauty Designer

Added: 20.07.2018 13:07 | 0 views | 0 comments


https://img-hws.y8.com/cloud/v2-y8-thumbs-big-thumbnails-001/97514/big.gif Kim Mi Na aspires to become a beauty designer. Your task is to create cute looks with versatile hair, nails, and makeup styles.

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From: pl.y8.com

Star Citizen- New Video Provides Insight Into Environment Design And More

Added: 20.07.2018 12:42 | 0 views | 0 comments

New details regarding designing the environment and using procedural tools.

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No Man's Sky's NEXT update is big

Added: 20.07.2018 12:11 | 0 views | 0 comments


No Man's Sky ambitious NEXT update is out next week, coming to PC, PS4 and, for the first time, Xbox One. It's been a year in the making and is, it's fair to say, big. Right now, I've only had around 30 minutes with the latest version of game, so it's impossible to fully appreciate its scope. But speaking as someone that's already accrued hundreds with the game and it's three previous updates, it's already clear that NEXT marks a significant new chapter for No Man's Sky.
The first, most striking aspect of NEXT is, unsurprisingly, its visual overhaul and, as its recent trailer will attest, it's genuinely remarkable just how different No Man's Sky looks. Its massively improved lighting engine, better atmospheric effects, and significantly increased draw distances, alongside a gorgeous new cloud rendering technology, improved textures, water, an optional new third-person camera, combine to create a much more nuanced aesthetic.
Perhaps more than anything, it's the newfound sense of scale that impresses, with the game now sporting a more "earth-like" planetary generation system. Mountains tower above undulating valleys, populated by towering trees, larger architectural "props", and notably improved fauna. Creatures feature more nuanced animations, improved AI, and a broader range of sounds, all of which help sell the illusion of life just that little bit harder.

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The big Sean Murray interview

Added: 20.07.2018 12:00 | 0 views | 0 comments


What a trip it's been. Back in 2013, when a little team that was working out of a busted-up old studio they shared with a taxi rank on a small street in Guildford revealed its follow-up to a series of cute cartoon racing game, it was one of those moments. No Man's Sky captured the world's attention like few other games have before it. And for three years No Man's Sky was given the world's stage, making headline appearances at E3 conferences and with creator Sean Murray guesting on big-name US talk shows. "I thought Morgan Freeman was God!" and showed off his procedurally generated universe. "You're actually the second God I've had on the show."
And then, after years of hype, No Man's Sky launched. Some people loved it - us included, who fell a little in love with this flawed but fascinating sci-fi opus. And some people didn't. And some of those people got angry. The weeks following No Man's Sky's launch were a hotbed of controversy and upset, with claims of broken promises - mostly pinned around the suggestion of multiplayer in the run-up to launch - and disappointment that this wasn't the game that some people had in their minds. Things got nasty, and Hello Games retreated into a silence from which they've only just emerged.
And in that time they worked, and worked hard on adding to No Man's Sky, building on those early foundations in league with a dedicated community that has helped Hello Games take its game to some remarkable new places. Big updates followed - the last of which, Atlas Rises, saw some one million people playing on the day of its launch - and then Hello Games went quiet again, working for a year on the most significant update yet, introducing true multiplayer and a whole host of new features that we've run through elsewhere on the site. The reaction has been staggering - , fans swearily losing their minds at the sheer spectacle of it all. It was like that VGX trailer all over again.

Tags: E3, IGN, Trove, Trailer
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Xbox One Copies of Sonic Mania Plus on Amazon Shipped Without Reversible Cover

Added: 20.07.2018 11:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

Sonic Mania major marketing campaign was to showcase the game in a retro light, with the collector's edition of original game including retro-themed items such as Sonic Statue on a Genesis console and a Sonic Mania cartridge. The release of Sonic Mania Plus was supposed to include a reversible cover that showcased retro artwork but it seems that Xbox One owners did not get the cover.

From: n4g.com

Fortnite microtransactions are a total rip off designed to take advantage of consumers

Added: 20.07.2018 11:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

Fortnite Battle Royale is an absolute worldwide phenomenon. Sometimes it feels like there isn't anyone playing anything else. As it's free to play it needs to monetize somehow. It utilizes a season pass system as well as purchasable cosmetics. "58.9% of players who have spent money in game have purchased cosmetics." The writer claims that those cosmetics are overpriced.

Tags: IGN
From: n4g.com

SDCC: The Police Drummer Stewart Copeland has returned to do the Spyro Reignited Trilogy’s new theme music

Added: 20.07.2018 8:45 | 0 views | 0 comments


The impending Spyro Reignited Trilogy not only remasters the visuals, but also remasters the music. As revealed at SDCC this year though, those who favour their nostalgia and want those old-school tunes can happily toggle soundtracks. But wait! There's more!

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Fortnite microtransactions are a total rip off designed to take advantage of consumers

Added: 20.07.2018 6:40 | 0 views | 0 comments

Fortnite Battle Royale is an absolute worldwide phenomenon. Sometimes it feels like there isn't anyone playing anything else. As it's free to play it needs to monetize somehow. It utilizes a season pass system as well as purchasable cosmetics. "58.9% of players who have spent money in game have purchased cosmetics." The writer claims that those cosmetics are overpriced.

Tags: IGN
From: n4g.com

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