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  1. Product Info: Developer: Escapism Softworks Publisher: Escapism Softworks Website: Far-Out Twitter: @Morseliot Related: View the full article
  2. After multiple weeks and thousands of deals, the PlayStation Store's massive holiday sale has finally come to a close--but it's not too late to snag some sweet deals on PS4. The PlayStation Store has launched another sale in its place, and while it's not as huge, there are some fantastic deals here you don't want to miss. The Games Under $20 Sale, as it's called, is live now until February 5 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET, so you have a couple of weeks to pick up whatever you'd like. The sale includes one of the best games of 2019, Outer Wilds, for $20. The space adventure is an open-world mystery about a solar system trapped in a time loop, and it launched on PS4 in October after its initial release on Xbox One and PC in May. Grand Theft Auto V (which includes Grand Theft Auto Online) is also on sale for $15, and Valkyria Chronicles 4: Complete Edition is available for $17.49. Other notable deals include The Evil Within 2 for $24, XCOM 2: Digital Deluxe Edition for $18.74, Dark Souls 2 for $10, and Dragon Age: Inquisition GOTY Edition for $10. If you're looking for a good couch co-op game, I highly recommend the Overcooked + Overcooked 2 bundle for $17.49. Check out more of our picks from the PSN Games Under $20 Sale below, and see the full offering of deals at PlayStation. Best PS4 Deals: Games Under $20 Sale Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag -- $9 ($30) Batman: Arkham Knight -- $10 ($20) Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 - Ultimate Bundle -- $18 ($60) Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin -- $10 ($40) Dead by Daylight -- $15 ($30) Dishonored 2 -- $14 ($40) The Division -- $8 ($40) Dragon Age: Inquisition - Game of the Year Edition -- $10 ($40) Dragon Ball Xenoverse -- $8 ($40) Dying Light -- $13 ($20) The Evil Within 2 -- $24 ($60) Far Cry 4 -- $20 ($40) Far Cry New Dawn -- $16 ($40) Frostpunk: Console Edition -- $19.79 ($30) Ghost Recon Wildlands -- $15 ($50) Grand Theft Auto V -- $15 ($30) Injustice 2: Legendary Edition -- $15 ($60) L.A. Noire -- $20 ($40) Middle-Earth: Shadow of War - Definitive Edition -- $15 ($60) Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden -- $19.24 ($35) Outer Wilds -- $20 ($25) Overcooked + Overcooked 2 -- $17.49 ($35) Resident Evil 7: Biohazard -- $15 ($20) Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 Bundle -- $16 ($40) Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20-Year Celebration -- $9 ($60) South Park: The Stick of Truth -- $12 ($30) Street Fighter V -- $8 ($20) Titanfall 2 -- $8 ($20) Valkyria Chronicles 4 - Complete Edition -- $17.49 ($50) Watch Dogs 2 -- $12.49 ($50) The Wolf Among Us -- $4.94 ($15) XCOM 2 - Digital Deluxe Edition -- $18.74 ($75) View the full article
  3. 3D Realms has announced Kingpin: Reloaded, a remaster of cult classic 1999 PC shooter Kingpin: Life of Crime. Kingpin: Reloaded is described as a remastered, enhanced version of the original, co-published by 3D Realms and Interplay, and due out on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC later in 2020. Here's the official blurb: "In a stylised noir art deco gangland that never was, the Kingpin rules above all else with a bloody fist. When his lieutenant Nikki Blanco leaves a no-name Thug battered and broken, the upstart criminal rises from a puddle of blood, lead pipe in hand and revenge in mind." Read more View the full article
  4. Here's something that looks like it crawled out of my first PC's recycle bin: a 1-bit style RPG called World of Horror, and it's launching in Early Access on Steam this February. Described by Polish developer Pawel Kozminski as "cosmic horror", the game is set in a small Japanese seaside town where, as ever, things are starting to go wrong. "The population's sanity is dwindling and otherworldly, grotesque creatures terrorize those who call the place home," says the Steam description. Players will have to use turn-based combat, solve puzzles and make the right decisions in order to "confront the terror reigning over the apocalypse". More worryingly, rather than relying on jumpscares, World of Horror focuses on building a slow sense of dread - which as anyone who's watched Blair Witch will know, is about ten times worse. Check the trailer for evidence. Read more View the full article
  5. Marvel's Iron Man VR has been delayed to 15th May 2020. It had been due out 28th February. Developer Camouflaj took to Twitter to announce the delay of the PlayStation VR game: "In order to deliver on our vision and meet the high expectations of our amazing community, we've made the difficult decision to move Marvel's Iron Man VR to a May 15, 2020 release. We truly appreciate your patience and understanding. You'll be hearing from us again soon!" Read more View the full article
  6. In the midst of a large spate of delays, Marvel's Iron Man VR is the latest to be pushed to a new release date. Developer Camouflaj has announced that the PSVR game, previously set for February 28, will now release on May 15, 2020. In a tweet explaining the decision, the studio said the move is to assure it can "deliver on our vision and meet the high expectations of our amazing community." It also teases that we'll hear more from the team soon. The game was initially announced during Sony's first State of Play. It uses the VR headset to imitate Tony Stark's helmet HUD. The game aims to be "a deeply personal, and appropriately funny, narrative," according to game director Ryan Payton. Sony has not held a State of Play yet this year, but we're expecting to hear more from the company about its PS5 launch plans sometime soon--especially since the company is opting out of E3 again this year. This is far from the only spring delay to be announced recently. Square Enix pushed back both the Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Crystal Dynamics' Avengers, and CD Projekt Red has delayed Cyberpunk 2077. What was once a very crowded spring release schedule has gotten a lot less so with the reshuffling. View the full article
  7. The official Call of Duty League Shop has gone live overnight, and it brings new jerseys for each team, new gear for the league itself, and more ahead of the Call of Duty League Launch Weekend. The store gives players a look at the first round of jerseys for each team – each team has a black and white version of their jersey. The jerseys are retailing for $74.99, which is a bit high of an asking price. The league shop also features more generic team gear – like hoodies, shirts, hats and more, alongside official League branded merchandise. The League shop is offering free shipping of orders over $25 with code CDL25 for a limited time only. Check the full collection of items HERE. The post Call of Duty League shop goes live with team jerseys, gear, and more appeared first on Charlie INTEL. View the full article
  8. Pre-orders are now open for Destiny's new charity T-shirt, created to raise funds for Australia in the wake of the country's devastating bush fires. The design features a Guardian's starship flying over an Australian savannah, with a pair of kangaroos in the foreground. Above, Destiny's Traveller hangs in the sky next to the Southern Cross. All profits from the sale of the €28/$25 (about £24) shirt will be split between the New South Wales Rural Fire Service and WIRES, Australia's largest wildlife rescue organisation. Read more View the full article
  9. The next Chapter for The Elder Scrolls Online has been fully unveiled - and it sounds pretty high-stakes, as players will explore Western Skyrim as it suffers under the rule of a vampire lord. Initially teased during the Game Awards in December, yesterday ZeniMax released a cinematic trailer for the game's 2020 Chapter, Greymoor, which is part of a year-long "interconnected adventure" of four updates. Greymoor is set to launch on PC and Mac on 18th May, then Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on 2nd June, and will open up vast swathes of Western Skyrim and a cavern called Blackreach. That sounds welcoming. So, what the hell's going on here? Greymoor is set 900 years before The Elder Scrolls 5, and the western regions look a little different. Thanks to the aforementioned vampire lord, the land has been transformed into a dark and sinister place filled with vampires, witches and werewolves. In other words, the young adult section of a bookstore. Read more View the full article
  10. Cyberpunk 2077's delay until September means it will get another five months of polish, but also five more months of staff crunching - working overtime - to some degree. Developer CD Projekt Red addressed the matter in an investor Q&A session last night, held following the delay's announcement. In it, exec Adam Kiciński explained why the delay was happening, why it had been decided upon now, and when the rest of the studio had been told ("minutes" before). Read more View the full article
  11. It's Friday - and after a long week, what better way to relax than by staring at a Charmander lounging by a fire. Wait, what? The latest video published by the official Pokémon channel, following hot on the heels of the first Galar-region animated short, is an ASMR video of fireside Charmander. The little 'mon sleeps for an entire 30 minutes, occasionally rolling over or yawning while the fire crackles away. Finally, we've found a Pokémon lazier than Ash's Charizard. ASMR, for those blissfully unaware, stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response: in other words, a tingling sensation on the scalp and upper spine caused by certain auditory and visual cues. Videos intended to evoke this response have become something of an internet sensation, with thousands of practically every possible noise appearing on YouTube. Someone's made a Pokémon card-opening ASMR vid, actually. Read more View the full article
  12. Product Info: Developer: CyberConnect2 Publisher: BANDAI NAMCO Website: DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT Twitter: @CC2MTL / @BandaiNamcoUS / @dragonballz Related: CODE VEIN Is Now Available For Xbox One DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT Is Now Available For Digital Pre-order And Pre-download On Xbox One The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man Of Medan Is Now Available For Xbox One View the full article
  13. Product Info: Developer: ZeniMax Online Studios Publisher: Bethesda Softworks Website: The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor Twitter: @BethesdaStudios / @TESOnline Related: DOOM (1993), DOOM II (Classic), And DOOM 3 Are Now Available For Xbox One Wolfenstein: Youngblood Is Now Available For Xbox One UPDATED: DOOM Eternal Is Now Available For Digital Pre-order And Pre-download On Xbox One View the full article
  14. Destiny 2 teased a new shirt for its store recently, with all proceeds being put towards relief efforts for the bushfires that have been ravaging Australia. The shirt, the sales of which will benefit New South Wales Rural Fire Services and WIRES wildlife rescue, is available now for preorder. It depicts a ship flying over the Australian outback. It's called "Guardians for Australia." The shirt, which is available in men's and women's sizes, comes with a free code for a "Star Light, Star Bright" emblem, redeemable within the game. The shirt retails for $25. It will be available until February 19, and shipping to Australia is available at a rate of US$7.50. Preorder the Guardians for Australia shirt A separate fan campaign from Destiny's ANZ fanbase is also underway, and is looking to earn AU$20,000 for the Australian Red Cross. To date, it has brought in $14,311 and climbing. This is just one of several gaming initiatives currently raising money to help Australia. A new Humble Bundle has collected together 29 games, with proceeds going towards three different charities, and Call of Duty and Ubisoft have also gotten involved. Several auctions are running on Twitter right now under the oversight of the Game Devs For Fireys initiative. Over at CNET, there's an extensive breakdown of what's happening and how you can help, and what you should know, about the Australian bushfires. View the full article
  15. Google Stadia only has one exclusive game right now--Tequila Works' Gylt, which launched with the system. However, that's set to change over the first half of 2020, with Google planning on several new exclusives for the system. "Looking at our upcoming lineup, we are tracking more than 120 games coming to Stadia in 2020," a press release reads, "and are targeting more than ten games in the first half of this year alone that will be only available on Stadia when they launch." "We’re working with our partners to share more on those games soon," the release continues. There's no word yet on what those exclusives could be, although it's possible that Typhoon Studios, the developer of Journey to the Savage Planet, is working on something after being bought out by Stadia. Tequila Works CEO Raul Rubio has sung the praises of developing for Stadia, so it's possible that other major studios have been courted for exclusives. Furthermore, additional features have been promised for the next three months. These include: Support for 4k gaming on the Web Further Assistant functionality when playing on the Web Support for additional Android Phones Wireless gameplay on the Web through the Stadia controller It's worth noting that Xbox Series X plans on launching without any next-gen exclusives; the major players on the console market are all taking noticeably different approaches right now. View the full article

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