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  • Nier: Automata Wasn’t Made To “Target” Anyone Nier: Automata Wasn't Made To What was the motivation behind Nier: Automata’s design? Who was the target audience?
    Nier: Automata was the game that helped save Platinum Games from closing down. As the title got over 3 million sales, and they received rave reviews from pretty much everyone. But, as producer Yoko Taro noted in an interview with The Guardian, after not having much success with the previous Nier titles, he decided to go a different route:
    “For Nier: Automata, I wasn’t told to target anyone. I just made what I wanted to, and I tried to stay hidden from Square Enix as much as possible.”
    He claims he ...
  • Bethesda Denies Comparisons Of Elder Scrolls Legends To Hearthstone Bethesda Denies Comparisons Of Elder Scrolls Legends To HearthstoneWas Elder Scrolls Legends made because of Hearthstone? If not, then how come they’re similar?
    There’s a lot of parity in video games. By that, I mean that game developers will make something that’s like another property, and yet put their spin on it. It happens all the time actually. But, while this does happen, that doesn’t mean EVERY case of similarity is a case of a copycat. Case and point, Elder Scrolls: Legends and Hearthstone. Both are popular CCG titles, and yet Hearthstone came out first, which has led many to wondering if ESL was created because of that. Pete ...
  • Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Special PC Graphics Revealed Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Special PC Graphics RevealedIs Shadow Of The Tomb Raider on PC going to be different visually? If so, how?
    Square Enix, Eidos-Montréal, and Crystal Dynamics® announced today that Shadow of the Tomb Raider is being developed on the NVIDIA RTX platform and will be among the first games to feature real-time ray tracing as a rendering technique. The stunning results can be seen in the worldwide premiere of a Shadow of the Tomb Raider technology trailer released for Gamescom 2018.
    Kicking off Gamescom, attendees will have the opportunity to experience firsthand Shadow of the Tomb Raider with playable demos at the GeForce Gaming Celebration taking place in Cologne on Aug. 20 and 21. ...
  • Devil May Cry 5 Playable Demo Coming At Gamescon Devil May Cry 5 Playable Demo Coming At GamesconWhen can we get our hands on Devil May Cry 5? Will it be Gamescon?
    At E3 2018, the long speculated debut of Devil May Cry 5 was made, but it was just a trailer, not a playable game. However, on Twitter recently, it was revealed that at Gamescon 2018, there will be the first playable demo for the title.
    It’s unclear what we’ll be able to do, but more than likely we’ll get to see Nero and Dante in action in some for and get a better look at the in-game visuals.
  • There’s a Monster Hunter World Mod That Removes Scoutflies There's a Monster Hunter World Mod That Removes ScoutfliesAny good mods for Monster Hunter World? Something that makes the game better for veterans?
    There’s a reason that Monster Hunter World is the most successful game of the year so far. It’s enticing to both rookies and veterans of the series. However, for those who want to play the game with a little less “guiding”, a mod may be your new best friend. For now there is a mod that will remove the Scoutflies from the game, which means you won’t have to deal with them in the early parts of the game.
    This was made by MHVuze, you can get ...
  • Xbox Team Outlines Shadow of the Tomb Raider on Xbox One X Xbox Team Outlines Shadow of the Tomb Raider on Xbox One XWhat will Shadow of the Tomb Raider be like on Xbox One X? Any good enhancements?

    Shadow of the Tomb Raider is less than a month away from release, and as such, the team behind the game are showing off more and more of the title. But, for those getting the Xbox One X version of the game, you’ll get a bunch of enhancements that truly show off the power of the system. And the Xbox team spelled out what those would be like:

    “To ensure that Shadow of the Tomb Raider looked crisp and amazingly polished on Xbox One X, we have worked incredibly hard ...

  • Bethesda Wants No Part Of Battle Royale Genre Bethesda Wants No Part Of Battle Royale GenreWill Bethesda ever make a Battle Royale game? If so, what kind?
    In the game development community, it’s easy sometimes to think that all developers want to “cash in” on the latest trends, and sometimes, they do that. But other times, developers want to go their own path. Such as Bethesda, who has noted that they don’t want to make a Battle Royale game. In an interview, Pete Hines revealed why:
    “If it’s like ‘Well, these guys did this, so we’re gonna do this,’ I can’t stay awake. ‘Hey, here’s our Battle Royale game!’ No thank you. Not even remotely interested. That’s ...
  • Monster Hunter World/Final Fantasy XIV Crossover Now Live Monster Hunter World/Final Fantasy XIV Crossover Now LiveWhat’s this about a Monster Hunter World/Final Fantasy XIV crossover? What’s it going to be like?
    Monster Hunter World is without a doubt the best-selling game of the year so far, and Capcom has been doing all they can to ensure that the game is full of content and especially events. Case and point, they’ve officially brought Final Fantasy XIV into the game via a unique crossover that’ll have players becoming characters from that universe and fighting a beast unlike any in their world.
    “A powerful beast from another world. Its large horns and muscular frame defy nature,” the announcement about the event previewed. “Hunters will ...
  • Monster Hunter World PC 4K Gameplay Monster Hunter World PC 4K GameplayHow does Monster Hunter World look on PC at its peak? Any 4K footage?
    With Monster Hunter World coming out to PC a bit later, many are wondering just how the game will stack up visual. Early impressions are that it’s very good, and now, some gameplay footage has been released that shows what the game will look like in 4K. Check it out below.
  • Devil May Cry 5 Aims To Run At 60 FPS Devil May Cry 5 Aims To Run At 60 FPSWhat frame rate will Devil May Cry 5 have? What’s Capcom think it can do?
    Devil May Cry 5 has been teased for a long time, but at E3 2018, it was finally revealed in full. And as such, gamers have many questions about it, including what the frame rate of the game will be. Capcom did an interview with Famitsu, which was translated by Siliconera, and they noted that Capcom wants to bring 60 FPS to the game. They still aim to have their photorealistic graphics be as top notch as they can, and the gameplay to be as fast ...