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  1. As the PS5 launch approaches, the pillars of what will make Sony's next-generation games console so special are coming into focus. Its unique SSD will allow for speedy loading times and larger worlds, and its graphics chip will help power visually stunning engines like the Unreal Engine 5.  But the amount of attention Sony is heaping on its Tempest Audio Engine, capable of dynamic and immersive 3D sound, suggests it may be the secret weapon in the PlayStation 5 arsenal. At a corporate strategy meeting for Sony, a slideshow called the PlayStation 5 an "evolution of sound". "By installing a customized 3D audio processing unit in PS5, we have made it possible to deliver diverse and sophisticated 3D audio experiences," the slide reads. "Players can experience sound that moves in from front to behind, above to below, and all around them." Unique experiencesCombining that engine with the speedy SSD and haptic feedback from the DualSense controllers will offer "experiences that were not possible before." Earlier in the year, PS5 lead system architect Mark Cerny described how it would be possible to produce thousands of individual sound sources potentially with the PS5, letting a player hear not only a rainstorm, but the fall and splash of individual droplets. All this would be delivered through a pair of headphones, too, without the need for costly surround sound audio systems. The real question, beyond price and release date, now rests with the games set to take advantage of these innovative features. The latest rumors point to a PS5 games reveal by June, so that wait may soon be over. Source: techradar.com
  2. The first dozen Xbox Series X game trailers premiered during Microsoft's live stream and gave us insight into its console's capabilities. The event was our chance to see Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 and a new Yakuza game running on the forthcoming new Xbox. Some heavy-hitters were noticeably absent, and Xbox Games Studios head Matt Booty noted that first-party games would be revealed in July. In other words, we have to wait to see that Halo Infinite trailer, even though it's the most anticipated Xbox Series X game.  Instead, the first stream focused on games from Microsoft’s third-party partners. The headliner was the viking-themed Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, but most of the Xbox Series X games shown off were original titles – not sequels or spinoffs from popular franchises.  Unveiling a list of unknowns wasn’t quite what viewers were expecting, and likely won’t build the kind of hype that showing off new Halo, Gears, or Forza footage would have. But it’s a relief to see Microsoft’s partnerships are paying off with a diverse lineup of Xbox Series X games that (hopefully) will push the console to shine. Read More @https://www.techradar.com/news/xbox-series-x-game-trailers
  3. While last to be shown, the biggest game shown on the stream was certainly Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla. Norse altars, the aurora borealis, and longships, oh my! While we didn’t see any gameplay, this Xbox Series X game trailer showed off some exciting moments that we’re sure will make sense in context of the game. It’s a bit of a disappointing tease, but the YouTube video’s description revealed more about the game: RPG mechanics, political gameplay, raiding, and settlement expansion augment the signature Assassin’s Creed hack-and-slash gameplay.
  4. PS5 games are almost here. Sure, you may not be able to play them yet, but with a confirmed release window for the next-gen PlayStation console – end of 2020 – and specifications for the PS5 starting to drop, it's no surprise to see developers start announcing titles for the hardware.  Among the games announced so far include Watch Dogs: Legion and Ubisoft's Gods and Monsters, and we're expecting the likes of Ghost of Tsushima and Cyberpunk 2077 to land on the next PlayStation too - though neither has been confirmed. Until we get a games-focused reveal event (unlike the PS5 specs reveal that had nothing in the way of games), we can't say exactly which games will be PS5 launch titles, but we now have a decent idea of which games will be coming to the system at some point.  To that end, we've gathered together this handy guide to all the PS5 games that have been confirmed so far – and some that we expect to see. Read More @https://www.techradar.com/news/ps5-games-all-the-games-confirmed-and-expected-on-the-playstation-5
  5. Nintendo will reportedly release most of its Super Mario franchise games on Nintendo Switch this year, according to a new report. British gaming website Video Game Chronicle reported that Nintendo will celebrate Super Mario’s 35th anniversary by releasing updated versions of “most” of its Super Mario games. No specific games were mentioned, but Eurogamer reported that Super Mario Galaxy is among the remastered titles — “alongside a couple of other 3D Mario favourites.” Both reports suggested a new Paper Mario title will also be released this year, as well as “a Deluxe version of Super Mario 3D World” with a bunch of new levels. Video Game Chronicle also reported Nintendo will announce new details regarding its Super Nintendo World theme park and an animated Super Mario movie. The Super Mario series was first introduced in 1985. Nintendo expected to announce its anniversary plans at E3 in June, Video Game Chronicle said. E3 2020 was canceled in March over COVID-19 concerns.
  6. On 10th October 2007, Valve released Half-Life 2: Episode 2, the continuation of Gordon Freeman’s story as he and his friends fought to free the human race from the oppression of the alien Combine. The ending provided very little in the way of closure, setting up a number of plot points for Half-Life 3. But 13 years later a sequel has still never arrived.  2020's Half-Life: Alyx, a prequel exclusively for virtual reality, marked the first kick in the franchise for a long time. But it's not a full sequel in the way that fans were hoping for and we're still waiting for a new Half-Life game with a 3 in the title. Fortunately, in a recent interview, Valve's Robin Walker said that the franchise still has a future, stating: "we absolutely see Half-Life: Alyx as our return to this world, not the end of it." While this isn't a confirmation of definite plans for Half-Life 3, it's enough to give fans renewed hope that this long-dormant series is going to continue in one form or another. Here's everything we know of and hope for in another fully-fledged Half-Life game.  Cut to the chaseWhat is it? The long-awaited, and long-absent, continuation of the Half-Life sagaWhen can I play it? With nothing officially announced it won't be anytime soonHalf-Life 3 or Episode 3? Where has it been?Back when Valve announced Half Life 2 would be getting episodic sequels, it revealed that there were plans to release three of them over the course of the following few years. They would together form what was essentially a third Half Life game. The idea was that development on an episode wouldn’t take as long as a full sequel, so fans could continue Gordon Freeman’s adventure sooner - albeit in smaller quantities.
  7. Hitman 2 has had its share of unusual updates and events, but its latest may be particularly appealing if you're music-minded. IO Interactive has outlined a July roadmap with a string of music-themed activities, most notably the "I'm With the Band" Challenge Pack arriving on July 11th. Finish five band-related tasks on the Santa Fortuna map and you'll unlock a violin -- you could literally bludgeon someone with your musical tastes. The rest of July shares a similar vibe. As of July 4th, there's an Escalation mission on the Isle of Sgail that has you taking out musicians through creative methods. On July 18th, Featured Contracts will revolve around the concept of "tone death." The Badboy Elusive Target returns to Sapienza a day later on July 19th for Legacy Pack owners. And on July 25th, another Escalation mission in Santa Fortuna will involve making some noise with explosives. And don't worry if you're sick of music by the end of the month. IO is giving expansion pass owners a second Sniper Assassin map, the Siberia-based Prison, on July 30th. More details are coming in the weeks ahead. For now, though, it's evident that IO has found a way to keep players busy after the novelty of the New York map has worn off.
  8. SEGA announced its very own mini console - the Mega Drive Mini - at FES 2018 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the original console. After being delayed in September last year, the classic console is finally back on track and is set to be released on September 19 this year according to an announcement made by SEGA on Twitter earlier today. The Mega Drive Mini will be sold under the name Genesis Mini in certain regions, similar to the original console which was known as Genesis in some countries and Mega Drive in others. SEGA has yet to reveal what the console will be called in different regions.
  9. Weekend PC Game Deals is where the hottest gaming deals are amassed into an easy to follow format, every week, from all over the internet. So kick back, relax, and hold on to your wallets. Another two weeks have gone past since Epic Games Store's last giveaway and while taking a break from all the exclusive grabs, it has had a new game jump into its freebie slot. Night School Studio's supernatural adventure game Oxenfree can now be added to your Epic Store library for free. The 2.5D title will be free on the store until April 4, and the next two-week giveaway to begin on that day is for the puzzle game The Witness. Humble Store has also jumped in on the action this weekend by offering up a freebie of its own. You can now grab a copy of the exploration title Tacoma for free. This is a DRM-free giveaway though, so there isn't a Steam key or anything of the sort attached to it. You can download the game through a direct link or via a torrent. This giveaway doesn't have that long to go, however, with it only available until 10am PT tomorrow, March 22. Free Events If you're into turn-based strategy games, then XCOM 2's new free weekend is not something you want to miss out on. The Firaxis-developed title has you rebuilding XCOM and going up against the Earth occupying alien forces again with plenty of new opportunities to miss 99% chance to hit shots. Meanwhile, City building fans also have something to try out, with Paradox's Cities: Skylines having a free weekend for its base game. Be sure to try out some of the mods available as well, which can add in quite a bit to the game. Big DealsUbisoft is still going strong in its franchise sales, which have now spread onto even more stores, including Steam. Fanatical spring sale code FANATICAL10 is still applicable on the store's wares as well, bringing down prices by a further 10%. Here's our list of this weekend's big deals for your perusing: Call of Cthulhu – $30.14 on SteamDestiny 2: Forsaken expansion – $25.99 on Battle.netShadow of the Tomb Raider – $24.99 on DLGamerPillars of Eternity II: Deadfire – $24.75 on FanaticalSquad - Early Access – $23.99 on Humble StoreAssassin's Creed Odyssey – $23.99 on SteamFar Cry New Dawn – $19.99 on SteamFar Cry 5 – $19.79 on SteamShenmue I & II – $18.89 on FanaticalXCOM 2: War of the Chosen expansion – $18.00 on GreenManGamingAssassin's Creed Origins – $17.99 on SteamGhost Recon Wildlands – $17.49 on SteamGrand Theft Auto Collection – $14.99 on Humble StoreNBA 2K Playgrounds 2 – $14.99 on Humble StoreSteel Division: Normandy 44 – $13.59 on FanaticalDark Souls III – $13.49 on DLGamerBioShock: The Collection – $12.49 on WinGameStoreRise of the Tomb Raider – $11.99 on SteamStar Trek: Bridge Crew – $11.99 on SteamWatch_Dogs 1 and 2 Bundle – $10.78 on SteamTom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist – $10.19 on SteamCall of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 – $9.99 on FanaticalXCOM 2 – $8.90 on WinGameStoreWorms W.M.D – $8.67 on GreenManGamingFictorum – $7.99 on SteamGrim Dawn – $7.49 on Humble StoreRedout – $6.99 on Humble StoreGhost Recon: Future Soldier – $6.79 on SteamBanished* – $6.79 on Humble StoreState of Decay: Year One Survival Edition – $6.50 on GamesPlanetCities: Skylines – $5.99 on WinGameStoreSouth Park: The Stick of Truth – $5.99 on SteamMax Payne 3 – $5.99 on WinGameStoreStyx: Master of Shadows – $5.75 on GamesPlanetBully: Scholarship Edition – $5.24 on Humble StoreSimplePlanes – $5.19 on SteamChild of Light – $5.09 on SteamVampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines – $4.99 on Humble StoreEuro Truck Simulator 2 – $4.80 on GreenManGamingAmerican Truck Simulator – $4.80 on GreenManGamingSleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition – $4.49 on SteamLife is Strange Complete Season – $3.99 on SteamPrince of Persia: The Sands of Time – $3.39 on SteamDeus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut – $2.99 on SteamJust Cause 3 – $2.99 on SteamDeus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut – $2.99 on SteamTrine 2: Complete Story* – $2.99 on Humble StoreSupreme Commander: Forged Alliance – $2.59 on SteamWorms Armageddon – $2.55 on GreenManGamingTrine Enchanted Edition* – $2.24 on Humble Store100% Orange Juice – $1.74 on SteamTomb Raider: Anniversary – $0.98 on SteamOxenfree – $0 on The Epic Store*DRM-free version also included DRM-free GoodnessThe GOG store's spring sale is now up and running with over 600 DRM-free specials available to grab. There are even flash deals to catch on the front page. Here are some highlights from the sale to get your feet wet: Darksiders III - $41.99 on GOGPathfinder: Kingmaker - $29.99 on GOGThronebreaker: The Witcher Tales - $22.49 on GOGTorment: Tides of Numenera - $22.49 on GOGMegaquarium - $17.49 on GOGThe Witcher 3: Wild Hunt GOTY - $14.99 on GOGHellblade: Senua's Sacrifice - $14.99 on GOGBaldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition - $9.99 on GOGXCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete Pack - $9.99 on GOGDragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen - $8.99 on GOGMetro: Last Light Redux - $6.79 on GOGSWAT 4: Gold Edition - $4.99 on GOGCrysis - $4.99 on GOGCrysis Warhead - $4.99 on GOGZork: Grand Inquisitor - $3.89 on GOGHeroes of Might and Magic - $2.49 on GOGBrothers in Arms: Hell's Highway - $2.49 on GOGSteel Rats - $1.99 on GOGRune Classic - $1.99 on GOGMemoria - $1.99 on GOGPopulous: The Beginning - $1.49 on GOGMagic Carpet Plus - $1.49 on GOGSyndicate Wars - $1.49 on GOGAlone in the Dark: The Trilogy 1+2+3 - $1.49 on GOGWing Commander 1+2 - $1.49 on GOGWing Commander: Privateer - $1.49 on GOGX-COM: Terror from the Deep - $1.49 on GOGX-Com: Apocalypse - $1.49 on GOGX-Com: UFO Defense - $1.49 on GOGTacoma - $0 on Humble StoreKeep in mind that availability and pricing for some deals may vary depending on the region you're in. And that is it for our pick of this weekend's PC game deals folks, and hopefully, some of you have enough self-restraint not to break your bank accounts adding new games to your growing backlogs. Of course, there is an enormous amount of other deals ready and waiting all over the internet if you comb through it hard enough, so keep your eyes open for those, and have a wonderful weekend.
  10. Summary: This isn't the Spider-Man you've known before, or seen in a movie. This is an experienced Peter Parker who is more masterful in fighting major crimes in New York City. At the same time he is struggling to balance his tumultuous personal life and career while the fate of nine million New Yorkers rests upon his shoulders. Reviews
  11. The rumors were true: Titanfall is coming back in 2019 not as a numbered sequel, but as a total spin-off that capitalizes on some of the hottest trends in modern gaming. Apex Legends is a free-to-play battle royale game — think Fortnite or PUBG — set in the Titanfall universe. There aren't any of the towering mechs that exist at the heart of the core Titanfall games, however. Instead, Apex Legends takes a page from Overwatch in highlighting a roster of characters that each bring unique gear and abilities to the mix. Publisher Electronic Arts staged a simultaneous game reveal and release on Monday, with an extended trailer/livestream running through the basics. (There's also a gameplay trailer and a launch trailer.) While there are plenty of wrinkles that make it stand out, the basics should sound immediately familiar to fans of these sorts of games. Apex Legends is out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Origin. https://youtu.be/cEReUkZjjN4
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