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Deep Silver and Dambuster Studios have announced that Dead Island 2 is coming to the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Stadia, and PC via the Epic Games Store on February 3, 2023. A couple of trailers were shown during Gamescom Opening Night Live, signaling its return from development hell, 8 years after it was first announced. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Vgi0m_Ibew Here’s an overview of the game: A deadly virus is spreading across Los Angeles, turning its inhabitants into ravenous zombies. The city is under quarantine and the military have retreated. Bitten, infected, but more than just immune, you learn to harness the tainted zombie powers running through your veins. Only you, and the handful of other swaggering assholes who happen to be resistant to the pathogen, hold the future of Los Angeles (and humanity), in the balance. You were born for this.As you uncover the truth behind the outbreak you’ll also discover…

Saints Row Review Saints Row is a reboot of the popular Saints Row series by Volition and Deep Silver. It moves away from the saga of Johnny Gat to a new generation of “start-up” criminals who adopt the Saints moniker and start their own new saga to make their mark on the world. After being unceremoniously dismissed from a position at Marshall Securities and struggling to pay rent, the protagonist, along with friends Eli, Neenah, and Kevin, tries to figure out what the future holds for them. Realizing their potential as a group, the (new) Saints are born after some high-speed hijinks that involve the usual Saints Row trimmings. As they build The Saints to a level of renown, their past catches up with them, as previous employers and rival gang members make an attempt on their life and business. Will Saints Row make the same mark as the previous…

Deep Silver and Volition have announced the full system requirements needed to run Saints Row. Just a couple of days ahead of its release, interested players can now check if their rig can handle the upcoming action-adventure game. Overall, the PC system requirements needed to play Saints Row are pretty decent, especially for the minimum and recommended settings. We’re imagining that a big number of players will be able to meet at least the recommended settings of a GTX1070 at 12GB of RAM, and a bit of a push will get them to the next level, needing an RTX2080 and 16GB of RAM. Saints Row gets a bit dicey at Ultra Settings, needing an RTX 3080Ti and 16GB of RAM to play at 4K 60FPS, so this setting might be reserved for those with truly powerful rigs. Either way, players of almost all budgets can most likely enjoy the game…

In anticipation of the upcoming Saints Row Reboot, Volition and Deep Silver are coming up with a demo called the Boss Factory that will give players the ability to play around with the outrageous customization suite of the game. The demo is scheduled to release *checks notes* today (!) and is free to download on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC via Epic Games. We got to try out the demo ahead of time and while it isn’t actual gameplay of the upcoming title, the customization suit really goes all out into some crazy territory that can result in some of the best-looking (or weirdest) bosses around Santo Ileso. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHHgTmdjyl0 Related – Read our Saints Row Gameplay Preview Coming from the previously released customization trailer of the game, fiddling around with the Boss Factory settings may feel basic at first glance. You’ll get the usual presets and…

Just shortly after the successful release of Dying Light 2, Techland is already hiring up for a number of positions for their upcoming “unannounced AAA open-world action-RPG in a fantasy setting“. Apart from a concept art image that was shared, there’s very little we know of from this latest project. We do know that the talented team at Techland can indeed create an engaging open-world setting, so fans of Dying Light can look forward to this new game. Look – Concept art for Techland’s new game Techland CEO Paweł Marchewka shared a few words about this development: We’re very happy with what we have accomplished with the Dying Light franchise so far. Moreover, our journey with Dying Light 2 Stay Human has only just begun as we plan to support this game for at least 5 years, with its scope and size matching, if not exceeding, what we have provided…

Saints Row is getting a reboot, and while some fans are not quite sold on the initial look and feel of the game, a customization showcase was recently shown by Deep Silver and Volition that will give fans what they want. Saints Row will feature a massive and best-in-class customization suite that is only limited by your imagination, giving you the ultimate freedom to express yourself in Santo Ileso. If you can think it, you can customize, leading to outlandish designs – from body parts to cars and even firearms, anything can be tweaked. If that’s not enough, you can even customize your character even further, down to the sticker on their private parts. Everything is fair game as it lets players choose their own definition of cool. This is certainly a step in the right direction for the game as it brings back one of its hallmark features that…

Deep Silver and Volition have announced that a Saints Row ultimate customization showcase is scheduled for April 21, 2022 at 3 AM HKT. This showcase will reveal details of the game’s customization suite, a new trailer, interviews, and insider information about the upcoming release. Set in the fictional vibrant city of Santo Ileso, this upcoming release is a complete reboot of the series and combines all the action, crime, and humor you’d expect from a Saints Row game. The extensive customization suite is Volition’s most powerful toolset to date and is best in class; you can modify almost anything in an outlandish or aspirational fashion. How your Boss looks as you take over the city’s criminal underbelly is entirely up to you. Volition has removed the boundaries of gender and restrictions for players – put anything on without limits and rules. Plus, there’s an incredible amount of vehicle options and…

First revealed last year, we finally get an update on the action-packed space combat shooter Chorus which places its release date for December 3, 2021. Developed by Fishlabs and published by Deep Silver, the release date announcement also comes with a stylish trailer, which tells the story of “Nara, an ace pilot facing her haunted past, and Forsaken, her sentient ship. Their quest for redemption will take them across the galaxy and beyond the boundaries of reality, as they fight to unite resistance forces against the Circle and their leader, the Great Prophet, at all costs.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Uj8HfU_oaU Here’s an overview of the features of Chorus courtesy of its Steam page: A compelling single-player experiencePlay as dual protagonists Nara and her sentient AI companion and starfighter, Forsaken, on a personal journey of redemptionExperience fast-paced, frenetic action that evolves the spirit of classic space shootersFight to unite resistance forces against the Circle…

During the recently concluded Gamescom 2021 Opening Night Live, a new rebooted Saints Row was just announced and to celebrate the occasion, Deep Silver and Epic Games are giving away Saints Row: The Third Remastered for free! Simply head on over to the Epic Games Store, create your free account, and redeem the game! It’s that easy, but you only have until September 2 to claim this free game, so be sure to get it before it’s gone. https://youtu.be/_j5FAX8nEy8 Automachef will be the second free game that will be available until next week, replacing Void Bastards and Yooka-Laylee.

Deep Silver and Volition have announced that Saints Row: The Third Remastered will be making its way to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series next week, May 25, and owners of the original PS4 and Xbox One copies will be entitled to a free upgrade. Saints Row: The Third Remastered will also make its way to Steam and GOG on May 22. The PS5 and Xbox Series version will have a bunch of improvements that include a “framerate boost to 60 FPS and dynamic 4K resolution, whilst Xbox Series X players can choose between Performance (60 FPS 1080p) and beauty (30FPS, 4K) modes. Of course this version will also take advantage of the SSDs in the new consoles to serve much faster loading times. Plus, by popular request, we have added Saints Purple to the glow colour on the DualSense controller.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_j5FAX8nEy8 Will you be playing this game on your…

E3 2020 is no more and an online event won’t even take its place. Gamescom and IGN will be holding their own events online event and jumping on the trend will be GameSpot. Dubbed as “Play for All”, GameSpot is looking to bring the magic of E3 back through this event. Described as “a multi-week event that will deliver the biggest summer gaming news, previews, interviews, and more to a global audience, but also raise funds for COVID-19 relief efforts”, the event will run throughout June and promises exciting announcements from partners such as “Bethesda, CD Projekt Red, Deep Silver, Devolver Digital, Larian Studios, Google Stadia, Bandai Namco, Private Division, Square Enix, SEGA, and 2K Games, among many others.” Live coverage will happen throughout GameSpot’s various social media channels (YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) and for now, we’ll keep tuned to GameSpot for specific dates on when the event will happen. You can…

F1 22 Review The F1 22 season is in full swing, and with it, new regulation changes that have shifted the balance of the grid to surprising results over the course of the last 9 races. Or 10, if you’re reading this after Silverstone. From a more casual point of view, the audience will continue to appreciate the exciting overtaking maneuvers, the grid shake-up, and even the occasional crashes here and there. F1-heads, on the other hand, would look to the new car models, the spec changes, and the technical jargon that would make your head spin off the Parabolica at Monza. We could say the same for this latest installment from EA and Codemasters, putting out another stellar, yet overly familiar effort that’s accessible enough for newcomers but also deep and engaging enough for longtime fans of the series. But, as with any annual sports release, one has to…

Elden Ring Review Alas, the time has come. Elden Ring is finally here… well, in a couple of days to be exact. FromSoftware has undoubtedly left its mark in the video game industry, with devoted fans screaming and suffering because of their trademark soul-crushing titles. They exact patience and precision from players, often prompting the never-ending debate about how difficulty in games affects the overall experience. While the formula has remained mostly the same, some tweaks have been made over the years. Look no further than Bloodborne with its Lovecraft-themed lore and trick weapons, or Sekiro’s Japanese setting with an emphasis on verticality and mobility. The question stands – Where does FromSoftware go from here? What else can they do to liven up the formula that will retain their hardcore following but at the same time, introduce something fresh to offer a whole new audience base? The answer is Elden…

Horizon Forbidden West is upon us, bringing Aloy’s biggest adventure to date for both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. This sequel takes place 6 months after the events of the first game, and much has changed, so we’ve got just the guide for you as you start your perilous journey to the Forbidden West. In this survival guide for Horizon Forbidden West, we share some tips and tricks to make the most out of your adventure, providing advice on what to do so you don’t go running around like a headless Tallneck. What skill should you get first? How do you get more skill points? What’s the secret to Aloy’s fiery red hair? Ok, maybe not that last question, but we’ve got the rest covered! Spoiler alert! It goes without saying that if you’re not into Horizon Forbidden West spoilers and want to experience the wonder by yourself, please…

Sifu isn’t out until February 8, previously the 22nd but a wise move to avoid both Horizon Forbidden West and Elden Ring, and its trophy list has already been revealed on Exophase, showing a total of 43 trophies with varying levels of difficulty to it. Trophy hunters can look forward to a rather straightforward Platinum for Sifu. There are obvious trophies for clearing certain levels and objectives in Sifu, but certain trophies look to be challenging as well, requiring some mastery of the game. Spoiler Warning! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-S9zDiHJ1Ak Sifu PS4 and PS5 Trophy List Without further ado, check out the full Sifu Trophy list below: Fist of the Immortal (Platinum) – All trophies unlocked! Thank you for playing SIFU!The Old Grandmaster (Bronze) – Clear the prologue.The Assault (Bronze) – Kill Fajar at the end of the Squats.The Hateful Pole Fighter (Bronze) – Kill Sean at the end of the Club.A Lady’s…