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Nobody Wants to Die Looks Too Good to Be True on PS5 | Push Square - pushsquare.com - New York
pushsquare.com
20.03.2024 / 01:25

Nobody Wants to Die Looks Too Good to Be True on PS5 | Push Square

How about this for a reveal trailer, then? Plaion has announced Nobody Wants to Die by Critical Hit Games, an upcoming futuristic detective escapade set in a dystopian New York. The action takes place in 2329, where you’ll assume the role of agent James Karra, who’s hunting a serial killer targeting the city’s elite.

Kingpin is back as the physical embodiment of the seven deadly sins to reclaim his place as Daredevil's arch-enemy - gamesradar.com - city New York
gamesradar.com
18.03.2024 / 23:09

Kingpin is back as the physical embodiment of the seven deadly sins to reclaim his place as Daredevil's arch-enemy

It's been nearly two years since Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin, retired from crime with his wife Typhoid Mary and literally sailed into the sunset, away from New York City, Hell's Kitchen, and Daredevil. And in June's Giant-Size Daredevil #1, he'll finally cross paths with Matt Murdock again - but this time, he'll have some hellish new powers to challenge the Man Without Fear.

LinkedIn adding word games so you can procrastinate at work - digitaltrends.com - New York
digitaltrends.com
18.03.2024 / 09:45

LinkedIn adding word games so you can procrastinate at work

LinkedIn may exist to help professionals look for new job opportunities and network with others in the same field, but it could soon become the place for a bit of down time, too.

LinkedIn gaming? Microsoft-owned platform looks to spark new interactions and engagement - tech.hindustantimes.com - New York
tech.hindustantimes.com
17.03.2024 / 07:23

LinkedIn gaming? Microsoft-owned platform looks to spark new interactions and engagement

In a bid to enhance user engagement and inject a dose of entertainment into its professional networking domain, LinkedIn, under the umbrella of Microsoft, is gearing up to introduce gaming features to its platform. Renowned primarily for its role in fostering professional connections, knowledge acquisition, and recruitment endeavours, LinkedIn boasts a staggering user base exceeding 1 billion. However, seeking to bolster the time users spend on the platform, LinkedIn is venturing into uncharted territory: gaming. What is LinkedIn gaming all about? It will be in very much in character with the platform's profile.

Minecraft introduces new season pass for in-game Marketplace - eurogamer.net - New Zealand
eurogamer.net
15.03.2024 / 17:29

Minecraft introduces new season pass for in-game Marketplace

Mojang has announced a monthly subscription for Minecraft called Marketplace Pass, which gives payers access to «150+ different content packs» from the in-game Marketplace.

Apple Buys Canadian AI Startup DarwinAI as It Races to Add Features To Counter Rivals - tech.hindustantimes.com - state California - New York
tech.hindustantimes.com
15.03.2024 / 03:01

Apple Buys Canadian AI Startup DarwinAI as It Races to Add Features To Counter Rivals

Apple Inc. has acquired Canadian artificial intelligence startup DarwinAI, adding technology to its arsenal ahead of a big push into generative AI in 2024. The iPhone maker purchased the business earlier this year, and dozens of DarwinAI's employees have joined Apple's artificial intelligence division, according to people with knowledge of the matter, who asked not to be identified because the deal hasn't been announced. 

Nobody Wants To Die is a noir detective game set in 2329 - thesixthaxis.com - New York - city New York
thesixthaxis.com
13.03.2024 / 23:49

Nobody Wants To Die is a noir detective game set in 2329

New studio Critical Hit Games has announced the noir detective game Nobody Wants To Die for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S, coming out later in 2024. The game is set in a future dystopian New York, the year 2329, where immortality is available for those that can afford it, able to swap bodies as they age. Essentially, it’s quite a bit like the novel and Netflix series Altered Carbon – the cinematic reveal trailer shows its own peculiar twists, though.

Nobody Wants To Die is a noir detective game set in 2329 - thesixthaxis.com - New York - city New York
thesixthaxis.com
13.03.2024 / 09:52

Nobody Wants To Die is a noir detective game set in 2329

New studio Critical Hit Games has announced the noir detective game Nobody Wants To Die for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S. The game is set in a future dystopian New York, the year 2329, where immortality is available for those that can afford it, able to swap bodies as they age. Essentially, a bit like Altered Carbon.

Nobody Wants to Die is an Upcoming Noir-Inspired Cyberpunk Narrative Game, Out in 2024 - gamingbolt.com - city New York
gamingbolt.com
13.03.2024 / 05:43

Nobody Wants to Die is an Upcoming Noir-Inspired Cyberpunk Narrative Game, Out in 2024

Developer Critical Hit Games and publisher PLAION have unveiled a new narrative cyberpunk game, Nobody Wants to Die. The game, set for release in 2024, will be coming to PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. Check out the announcement trailer below, courtesy of IGN.

Nobody Wants to Die, a Detective Noir Adventure Set in 2329 New York City, Announced for PC, PS5, and Xbox - ign.com - Poland - New York - Jersey
ign.com
12.03.2024 / 16:45

Nobody Wants to Die, a Detective Noir Adventure Set in 2329 New York City, Announced for PC, PS5, and Xbox

It seems that Cyberpunk 2077 might not be the only gorgeous Polish-developed sci-fi game set in the future for much longer, as fellow Poland-based developer Critical Hit Games has announced Nobody Wants to Die, a new detective noir adventure set in New York City in the year 2329. It's due out in 2024 for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S.

New York Times takes legal action against Wordle clones, sparks concerns among game creators - tech.hindustantimes.com - North Korea - New York - city New York
tech.hindustantimes.com
09.03.2024 / 07:53

New York Times takes legal action against Wordle clones, sparks concerns among game creators

In a bid to protect its popular word puzzle game, Wordle, The New York Times has unleashed a wave of legal actions against numerous clones, triggering concerns about the fate of hundreds of games inspired by the web-based sensation.

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