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Mad God Review

Added: 25.08.2021 16:00 | 2 views | 0 comments

Phil Tippett’s Mad God unleashes decades of pent-up creative darkness into a trippy and troubling ride with astonishing craftsmanship, but little substance.

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Bloodborne Modder Makes the Game First-Person, and It's Coming Soon - IGN Daily Fix

Added: 18.08.2021 5:32 | 11 views | 0 comments

On today's IGN The Fix: Games, Bloodborne modders have created a new mod for the FromSoftware game which will allow players to tackle Yharnam's many foes in a fully-fledged first-person mode. As reported by Eurogamer, modder Garden of Eyes created the first-person mod, which could change the way that players will interact with the game's gothic settings. The mod itself works by adding a new headpiece named the Great One Hat, which can be found at the start of the game. Once sported, the hat enables the player to traverse through the game from a first-person perspective, complete with visible weapons as you'd expect from a traditional FPS. Xbox boss Phil Spencer has managed to get his hands on a Steam Deck early, and says that playing Xbox games such as Halo through Xbox Cloud Gaming feels good on the handheld. In a tweet, Spencer confirmed that he'd spent the best part of a week with the upcoming portable PC before congratulating the Steam Deck team. "After having mine most of the week I can say it's a really nice device," he said. "Games with me on the go, screen size, controls [are] all great. Playing Halo and Age feels good, xCloud works well. Congrats SD team." An Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra-based tabletop RPG has now become so successful that creator Magpie Games has (for the meantime) run out of stretch goals on its Kickstarter campaign. Announced on the game's official Kickstarter page, backers of Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game recently broke through the campaign's $5 million USD funding target, which left Magpie Games in the fortunate but slightly awkward position of having run out of stretch goals to offer. The company is currently working to create further funding milestones for the game and has updated fans on this process. Stella has all that in your Daily Fix!

Groundhog Day Is Getting a Sequel...and it's a VR Game?!

Added: 18.08.2021 5:12 | 8 views | 0 comments

Meet Groundhog Day: Like Father Like Son, a canonical sequel to the classic 1993 Bill Murray movie, in which you play Phil Connors's son stuck in a time loop in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. Take a look at the launch trailer ahead of its release on September 17.

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Phil Spencer Has a Steam Deck, and Says Xbox Games Work Well on It

Added: 16.08.2021 12:54 | 12 views | 0 comments

Xbox boss Phil Spencer has managed to get his hands on a Steam Deck early, and says that streaming Xbox games such as Halo feels good on the handheld.

Random: The Last Of Us Director Admits He's A Nintendo Fan In Podcast With Reggie Fils-Aimé

Added: 30.06.2020 19:30 | 0 views | 0 comments


He loves Super Mario!
As you may know, ex-Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aimé has been hosting a special '' podcast over the past few weeks. Alongside author Harold Goldberg, the podcast has had a number of games industry guests such as Geoff Keighley and Xbox head, Phil Spencer.
The latest and final episode features Naughty Dog's Neil Druckmann, director of The Last of Us and the recently released sequel, The Last of Us Part II. During the conversation, which takes place in the first half of the podcast, Drukmann reveals that he's a big fan of Nintendo with a particular fondness for Super Mario.
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Xbox Black Friday sale slashes 50% off some of 2019's best games

Added: 21.11.2019 15:54 | 0 views | 0 comments


Microsoft's Black Friday sale has begun, which means massive savings for all you Xbox One owners out there. While you can head to our for a giant list of great Xbox One deals, we also wanted to highlight the aptly titled Black Friday Game Deals sale.
There are currently lots of great discounts on the Xbox marketplace, but be aware that you have to be an Xbox Live Gold member to avail yourself of the offers right now. The deals will be made available to everyone else on 24th November, and the sale runs right up to Monday 2nd December.
We've had a poke around Phil Spencer's digital storefront and found some of 2019's best video games have been discounted by up to 50 per cent. Not too bad, eh?

The big XO19 interview: Xbox boss Phil Spencer on Game Pass, streaming and Project Scarlett

Added: 15.11.2019 14:47 | 0 views | 0 comments


At Microsoft's big XO19 event in London yesterday, Xbox boss Phil Spencer told the gathered press all about Game Pass, the company's video game subscription. He spoke about the Yakuza games coming to Xbox for the first time. He spoke about Final Fantasy games coming to Xbox for the first time, . And he spoke about , Microsoft's take on video game streaming, which already seems like a cool proposition as it plans integration with Game Pass in 2020.
That's a lot of Game Pass. And why not? It's such an incredibly good deal for gamers, and, it seems, is doing the business for Xbox, so it feels right it should form the basis of Microsoft's video game strategy in the near to medium term. And yet, it seems, doubts linger.
In a recent interview with Eurogamer sister site , Spencer's counterpart at Sony, Jim Ryan spoke about his company's rival video game subscription service PlayStation Now, which is on the up after a recent price cut. Essentially it's the same as Game Pass, but there is a stark point of difference: Sony will not put its big first-party PlayStation exclusives on PlayStation Now at launch. Microsoft puts all its big first-party games on Xbox Game Pass day and date with their launch in the shops. Why does Sony keep the likes of God of War, Spider-Man and Days Gone off PlayStation Now at launch? To have those launches be "clean and pure", Ryan said.

The big XO19 interview: Xbox boss Phil Spencer on Game Pass, streaming and Project Scarlett

Added: 15.11.2019 14:47 | 0 views | 0 comments


At Microsoft's big XO19 event in London yesterday, Xbox boss Phil Spencer told the gathered press all about Game Pass, the company's video game subscription. He spoke about the Yakuza games coming to Xbox for the first time. He spoke about Final Fantasy games coming to Xbox for the first time, . And he spoke about , Microsoft's take on video game streaming, which already seems like a cool proposition as it plans integration with Game Pass in 2020.
That's a lot of Game Pass. And why not? It's such an incredibly good deal for gamers, and, it seems, is doing the business for Xbox, so it feels right it should form the basis of Microsoft's video game strategy in the near to medium term. And yet, it seems, doubts linger.
In a recent interview with Eurogamer sister site , Spencer's counterpart at Sony, Jim Ryan spoke about his company's rival video game subscription service PlayStation Now, which is on the up after a recent price cut. Essentially it's the same as Game Pass, but there is a stark point of difference: Sony will not put its big first-party PlayStation exclusives on PlayStation Now at launch. Microsoft puts all its big first-party games on Xbox Game Pass day and date with their launch in the shops. Why does Sony keep the likes of God of War, Spider-Man and Days Gone off PlayStation Now at launch? To have those launches be "clean and pure", Ryan said.

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