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Life is Strange: Double Exposure Respects the First Game’s Endings, Doesn’t Support Save Transfer - gamingbolt.com
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13.06.2024 / 20:23

Life is Strange: Double Exposure Respects the First Game’s Endings, Doesn’t Support Save Transfer

In a recent reveal livestream, Deck Nine Games offered new details and footage for Life is Strange: Double Exposure. It sees the return of Max Caulfield from the very first game in the franchise, as she investigates the murder of her friend, Safi. Of course, the question on everyone’s mind (besides “Where’s Chloe?”) is what ending the title follows.

Life is Strange: Double Exposure Receives New Gameplay and Details - gamingbolt.com
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13.06.2024 / 20:23

Life is Strange: Double Exposure Receives New Gameplay and Details

Deck Nine Games’ Life is Strange: Double Exposure has received some new details and gameplay courtesy of a reveal livestream with the development team. The story sees Max Caulfield, the protagonist of the first game, grown up and now a professor at Caledon University. Months after she’s settled in, her best friend Safi is mysteriously murdered.

Life is Strange: Double Exposure – ‘Extended Gameplay’ video, voice actor and directors interviews - gematsu.com
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13.06.2024 / 17:53

Life is Strange: Double Exposure – ‘Extended Gameplay’ video, voice actor and directors interviews

Publisher Square Enix and developer Deck Nine Games have released an 18-minute extended gameplay video of the newly announced Life is Strange: Double Exposure, as well as interviews with Max Caulfield Voice Actor Hannah Telle, game director Jonathan Stauder, and narrative director Felice Kuan.

Elden Ring Creator Doesn’t Blame You If You Need Guides to Complete the Game - wccftech.com
wccftech.com
13.06.2024 / 10:37

Elden Ring Creator Doesn’t Blame You If You Need Guides to Complete the Game

Ahead of the launch of Shadow of the Erdtree, the first and only expansion to Elden Ring, PC Gamer interviewed game creator and FromSoftware president Hidetaka Miyazaki and asked whether the development team was aware of how many players had to use guides to complete their games, and if it changed anything in their design plans.

Summer Game Fest is returning in 2025 - videogameschronicle.com - Los Angeles - city Los Angeles
videogameschronicle.com
12.06.2024 / 21:09

Summer Game Fest is returning in 2025

Summer Game Fest will be back in 2025, it has been announced.

Monster Hunter Wilds Summer Game Fest Impressions – Surviving the Dangerous Open World - wccftech.com
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12.06.2024 / 19:41

Monster Hunter Wilds Summer Game Fest Impressions – Surviving the Dangerous Open World

Wccftech recently had the opportunity to get an intimate behind-closed-doors look at Monster Hunter Wilds with a 30-minute gameplay demonstration from the Director of the title himself, Yuya Tokuda. During this hands-off demo, Capcom showcased a selection of early game content, from departing the main village and venturing out into the wilds with a map size that they’re already touting as over two times larger than previous titles and featuring a seamless transition with no loading from camp to quest.

Max Caulfield Returns in Life Is Strange: Double Exposure on PS5 | Push Square - pushsquare.com
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12.06.2024 / 01:04

Max Caulfield Returns in Life Is Strange: Double Exposure on PS5 | Push Square

Well-loved Life Is Strange protagonist Max Caulfield is back, in an all-new murder mystery adventure, Life Is Strange: Double Exposure, due out on 29th October for PS5. Developed once again by Deck Nine, the team behind the equally excellent Life Is Strange: True Colors, the release will cast an older Max at university, when her world is turned upside-down due to the sudden murder of her friend, Safi.

Mixtape, the Promising Coming of Age Outing, Is Heading to PS5 | Push Square - pushsquare.com
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12.06.2024 / 01:03

Mixtape, the Promising Coming of Age Outing, Is Heading to PS5 | Push Square

Annapurna Interactive has confirmed, after a short period of uncertainty in the aftermath of its announcement at the Xbox Showcase, that, yes, promising coming of age outing Mixtape will release on PS5 in 2025. The game, developed by The Artful Escape maker Beethoven & Dinosaur, is being pitched as a “mixtape of memories, set to the soundtrack of a generation”.

The first hour of Dragon Age: The Veilguard looks more fun than that trailer - polygon.com
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11.06.2024 / 17:21

The first hour of Dragon Age: The Veilguard looks more fun than that trailer

It’s tough to be a Dragon Age fan in 2024. It’s been 10 years since Dragon Age: Inquisition, and BioWare has changed a lot since then, having made a very different type of game in Anthem that had fans (and former staffers) fretting that studio had turned away from its focus on narrative-centric games. That might be why, when I saw the first hour of Dragon Age: The Veilguard in a hands-off demonstration at Summer Game Fest, the game’s creative director John Epler said the word “narrative” to me at least a dozen times, as though trying to reassure me this game would not let me down on that score. I ate it up every time, grinning and nodding like a bobblehead. Because, honestly? That’s all I really want Dragon Age: The Veilguard to be, and I don’t think I’m alone.

The weapons in Doom: The Dark Ages are big, bold, and bear exceptionally silly names: "It's called the Skull Crusher because it crushes skulls" - gamesradar.com - county Martin
gamesradar.com
11.06.2024 / 14:49

The weapons in Doom: The Dark Ages are big, bold, and bear exceptionally silly names: "It's called the Skull Crusher because it crushes skulls"

Developer id Software revealed Doom: The Dark Ages at the Xbox Games Showcase with a sizzling debut trailer, and a couple of the new weapons have left something of a lasting impression. Speaking at Summer Game Fest, studio creative director Hugo Martin says the studio set out to "make the weapons feel like the most powerful you've ever held in a Doom game, like that Skull Crusher you saw in the teaser."

Anno 117: Pax Romana takes the city-builder series back to Ancient Rome next year - rockpapershotgun.com - Britain - city Rome
rockpapershotgun.com
10.06.2024 / 21:49

Anno 117: Pax Romana takes the city-builder series back to Ancient Rome next year

It’s been five years since Anno 1800, but we’ve finally seen what’s next for Ubisoft’s history-hopping city-building series. Anno 117: Pax Romana will be the earliest period for the franchise yet, travelling back to the time of a peaceful Ancient Rome. After the biggest gap between Anno games yet, we at least won’t have to wait too long for the newly revealed entry: it’s out next year.

Streets of Fortuna is a chaotic The Sims-like in an ambitious open-world city sandbox, made with the help of Dwarf Fortress creators - rockpapershotgun.com - Poland
rockpapershotgun.com
10.06.2024 / 21:49

Streets of Fortuna is a chaotic The Sims-like in an ambitious open-world city sandbox, made with the help of Dwarf Fortress creators

For me, sandbox games are never better when there’s an inherent chaos about to erupt at any given second. In a literal sandbox that might be anything from a kid burying a freshly-laid turd like a mischievous cat ready to be stepped on by an unsuspecting trespasser, gathering handfuls of grit to lob in a another kids’ eyes or swallowing a bunch of sand (hopefully turd-free) in pursuit of alchemising diamonds in their stomach. There don’t seem to be turds of any kind in upcoming sandbox RPG Streets of Fortuna, but that’s about the only thing that this ambitious “megasim” appears to be missing in its sprawling go-anywhere, do-anything open world.

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