Five Nights At Freddy’s Dev Reveals Sixth Game, Then Cancels It

Five Nights At Freddy’s Dev Reveals Sixth Game, Then Cancels It Five Nights at Freddy’s fans have something to be excited about, as series creator Scott Cawthon has announced a sixth installment is in development. (Extra page handed to newscaster from off-screen.) It appears that the game’s announcement was accompanied by its cancellation because that’s just how the games industry works sometimes, folks. In case that was a bit confusing, you need look no further than a recent update to the FNaF: Sister Location news feed, where Cawthon has decided to open up aboutwhat…

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Massive Xbox Sale Has Some Fantastic Deals

Massive Xbox Sale Has Some Fantastic Deals

Massive Xbox Sale Has Some Fantastic Deals Massive Xbox : Microsoft is taking advantage of the summertime software drought by offering gamers some deliciously succulent deals when it comes to the digital offerings on the Xbox Store for both the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Some of the fantastic deals that Microsoft is offering for the Xbox brand, spanning games, software, apps and DLC, was rolled out over on the Major Nelson website. The Ultimate Game Sale will run between June 30th and July 10th, featuring more than 350 games, accessories…

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Is Star Wars Battlefront 2 Adding Pay To Win Features?

Is Star Wars Battlefront 2 Adding Pay To Win Features?

Is Star Wars Battlefront 2 Adding Pay To Win Features? Battlefront 2 : Video footage and previews of the new Crate system in Star Wars: Battlefront 2have emerged, giving gamers an opportunity to view what the looting mechanics are like for uncovering new gear and upgrades. Well, further revelations were made indicating that Crates can be purchased with real money, raising concerns over whether the game would turn into a pay-to-win fest. Eurogamer received confirmation from Electronic Arts that gamers can spend real money to unlock these new Crates. Each Crate contains…

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Honest Game Trailer Remembers The Parts Of Crash Bandicoot We Tried To Forget

Honest Game Trailer Remembers The Parts Of Crash Bandicoot We Tried To Forget

Honest Game Trailer Remembers The Parts Of Crash Bandicoot We Tried To Forget A lot of folks grew up playing the Crash Bandicoot games and have a lot of fond memories of running, jumping and spinning their way through the classic PlayStation trilogy. It wasn’t all sunshine and wumpa fruit, though, and Honest Game Trailers is here to remind us why some things are best left in the past. This is pretty perfect timing, considering the fact that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy just launched today. Instead of being an HD-ified version of the…

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343 Industries Has Given The Green Light To A Fan-Made Halo Game

343 Industries Has Given The Green Light To A Fan-Made Halo Game

343 Industries Has Given The Green Light To A Fan-Made Halo Game Releasing a fan-made game inspired by existing properties can be a tricky business, but not impossible. The team behind Installation 01, for instance, seem to be moving in a very positive direction with their Halo game, even receiving a tentative nod from the team at 343 Industries. Over on the Installation 01 message board, the team has posted a message that states, for the time being, the folks behind the Halo games are letting them keep trucking with their fan-made project. In the post, they…

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Arizona Sunshine Review: Burning Bright On PSVR

Arizona Sunshine Review: Burning Bright On PSVR

Arizona Sunshine Review: Burning Bright On PSVR Arizona Sunshine made quite the splash when it launched for virtual reality platforms on PC late last year, giving players a chance to blast their way through a smoldering zombie apocalypse. The game is now available for the PlayStation VR, but how well did it translate to Sony’s home console? The short answer to that question is “surprisingly well.” I’ve been impressed with the PlayStation Move controllers since they first launched for the PlayStation 3 several years back and, though it is considered underpowered in comparison…

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ARMS Update Adds New Ways To Play With Friends

ARMS Update Adds New Ways To Play With Friends

ARMS Update Adds New Ways To Play With Friends   ARMS Update : ARMS hasn’t even been out two weeks and already Nintendo is bolting on some new content. The most recent patch for this unique take on the fighting genre actually adds some new ways to experience the game. While this first update to ARMS doesn’t add in any new fighters, arenas or extreme new game modes, it does include a couple of nice touches that should make playing with friends more enjoyable. According to an update from Gamespot, the first big change to ARMS‘…

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Best Of E3 Awards Spotlights Mario, Rabbids, And More Mario

Best Of E3 Awards Spotlights Mario, Rabbids, And More Mario

Best Of E3 Awards Spotlights Mario, Rabbids, And More Mario   Spotlights : It’s been two weeks since E3 2017 wrapped up and shut its doors, and now the official awards and lists are rolling out for various games. The official Game Critics Awards compiled a list of games that were nominated during their display at this year’s event, and a lot of those nominationss went to Mario, the Rabbids… and more Mario. The complete list of the awards are detailed over on the Game Critics Awards website, where there’s a…

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Sony Confirms The Status Of New Title From Sucker Punch

Sony Confirms The Status Of New Title From Sucker Punch

Sony Confirms The Status Of New Title From Sucker Punch   Confirms : During E3 a lot of people were asking “Where’s the new game from Sucker Punch?” The company hasn’t been heard from since it released Infamous: First Light. Well, it appears as if the reason for going dark was because it was working on something big. According to Gamespot, Sony’s worldwide studios president Shuhei Yoshida revealed to the outlet that he has been playing Sucker Punch’s new game, but opted not to give anything away. According to Yoshida, the game…

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New Final Fantasy XV Update Adds Off-Roading

New Final Fantasy XV Update Adds Off-Roading

New Final Fantasy XV Update Adds Off-Roading   Fantasy : Square Enix didn’t just release the new Episode Prompto DLC for gamers with the season pass or those willing to pay extra to extend their gameplay experience in Final Fantasy XV, it also released a new update featuring some free goodies for those of you who don’t own any of the DLC, such as the ability to go off-roading. According to Gamespot, the new Episode Prompto DLC prompted Square to also update the vanilla game for those who own Final Fantasy XV on the Xbox One…

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