Month: December 2018

With 2018 coming to a close, we here at Xbox Wire decided that now would be the perfect time to start looking ahead to some of the big games coming out in 2019. There are already a lot of them on the books, many of which will be coming out during the first few months
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It’s safe to say Sony had a pretty rocking 2018. With high-profile exclusives like Marvel’s Spider-Man and God of War, plus third-party juggernauts like Red Dead Redemption 2 and Fortnite, the fifth year of the PlayStation 4’s life was one for the books. A new video released by Sony gives us a look back at the absolutely sensational year that was,
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Dead Cells was a big hit for developer Motion Twin. After releasing on Steam Early Access, it came to consoles in 2018 to positive reception and good sales numbers. It also racked up numerous awards and nominations from various outlets, including The Game Awards 2018. With the success Motion Twin has seen, a sequel to Dead Cells would
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Video game channels on Twitch have seen a significant increase in viewership this year compared to 2017, according to statistics compiled by Esports Observer. Unsurprisingly, Fortnite player Tyler “Ninja” Blevins took the lead with over 226 million hours watched between January 1 and December 27. League of Legends developer Riot Games claimed second position with
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This morning Atlus releases a teaser trailer for the much rumored Persona 5 R. The teaser carries a PlayStation logo at the front, but there are no other details about additional potential platforms, like Switch. Billboards in the teaser have the words, “New Projects” displayed, which could potentially mean Atlus is working on multiple Persona
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Celeste developer Noel Berry has announced that his procedurally generated metroidvania, Skytorn, has been permanently shelved. Announced at PlayStation Experience 2014, the game apparently suffered from an identity crisis and “just never figured out what it was.” In a lengthy blog post, Berry explained that Skytorn has been on the back burner since the team
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Capcom has released a preview of Devil May Cry 5‘s premium live action cutscenes, which will be included in the game’s deluxe edition. Without further ado, check out the brief clip below: #DMC5DevNotes 03 – Here’s a sneak peek at #DMC5‘s Premium Live Action Cutscenes, available with the Deluxe Edition. https://t.co/GSwbOtOnJH pic.twitter.com/OMrXrmMHpw — Devil May
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Back in November 2018, Déraciné players discovered a Bloodborne Easter egg, giving birth to a number of speculations. Fans got their hopes up for a sequel but FromSoftware quashed the excitement when it confirmed that the Easter egg wasn’t a Bloodborne 2 tease. In a new interview with 4Gamer, Director Hidetaka Miyazaki has apologized for getting
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Aw, we’ve had such pure crack Every year RPS goes into hibernation for Christmas and New Year. It’s cosy for us, but harsh for you, scavenging for scant nutrition on the permafrost. So here are the RPS Christmas crackers. Every day you get a joke, until we wake up on January 3rd, sluggish and grouchy.
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I’m sorry, dear reader. I have failed you. I was unable to get this to you in time to save your Christmas dinners. Your beef wellingtons, unwell. Puff pastry, unpuffed. If only you had had this collection of free games about cooking — only then could your Christmas dinner have been truly spectacular. I am
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We asked a bunch of our regular writers to tell us what their five favourite games this year were. Today it’s the turn of everybody’s favourite newsboi Dominic Tarason. I’ve felt like I’ve been drowning in good games all year. Monster Hunter: World, Hitman 2, Red Dead, God Of War and now Smash Ultimate are
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With 2018 coming to a close, we here at Xbox Wire decided that now would be the perfect time to start looking ahead to some of the big games coming out in 2019. There are already a lot of them on the books, many of which will be coming out during the first few months
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The Streets of Rage series is one that may be showing its age. When we got word that a fourth entry would be releasing, it was a surprise, albeit a pleasant one. Keeping the same spirit of the originals, Streets of Rage 4 will be a side-scrolling beat-em-up game in which you face off against waves
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The 14 Days of Fortnite event has brought it’s fair share of surprises, including the surprise return of a once-vaulted item. Day 10 of the event had players perform 10 vehicular tricks in 10 different locations. However, it’s the return of another LTM that’s causing chatter. The return of the Sneaky Silencers LTM has also brought about
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