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Quantum Break gameplay demo shows time shifting mechanics

Quantum Break

Quantum Break has fallen out of the media, as after the developers repeatedly showed CGI cutscenes instead of any real gameplay for over a year, most of the fans of video games tuned out. Remedy Entertainment has revealed their first big gameplay trailer of the upcoming game, which is slated for a 2015 release. Even though some of the gameplay ... Read More »

Why is Xbox One struggling to hit 1080p 60fps?

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Microsoft came into the current generation with a lower-spec console, and now they are paying for it. The Xbox One has already been shamed quite a few times when it comes to hitting that golden 1080p 60fps mark, and it doesn’t look like this will stop. Sony has had this issue as well with some games. However, the difference is ... Read More »

EA Access limits Madden 15 Early Access players to six hours

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EA Access has been running on the Xbox One for a few weeks with mixed success, as some enjoy the $5 per month program, but others are not interested in streaming four games they have probably already played. Either way, it looks like EA Access has a few regulations when it comes to the Early Access program. In the advertisements ... Read More »

Sony executives confused by the huge amount of PS4 sales

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Sony has sold 10 million PS4 consoles since launch. This is a huge number considering the dismal amount of exclusives currently available on the console and the small library of current generation games available for customers to play. Even Sony’s executive Shuhei Yoshida is surprised by the growth of the PS4 platform. In an interview with Eurogamer, the Sony Worldwide President said ... Read More »

Ubisoft vows to take the PC platform more seriously

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Ubisoft might be the biggest gaming company when it comes to triple-A games in the next few years. Far Cry 4, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Tom Clancy’s The Division and The Crew will all be arriving this year and next. This would all be great, but for the past few years, Ubisoft has screwed up when it comes to PC ports. ... Read More »

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