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A long-lost 16-bit game from 1994 will finally be released!

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Project Hardcore (working title) is the 2019 incarnation of a "Metroidvania" game developed by DICE that was originally set to be published by Psygnosis on the Mega Drive. Now, it's coming to PS4 and Vita. Why the title was canceled back in the day is beyond my understanding, but it looks fantastic. Just look at the gameplay footage below:


If anyone has any stories or information regarding why the game was originally canceled, I'd love to hear them! Regardless, the game looks like my cup of tea so I'll be keeping my eye on it. Hopefully, it won't get canceled the second time around.

Red Dead Redemption 2: Gameplay Trailer

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This game is looking fantastic! Are you excited to play it? What's one thing you hope to see within the game?

A canceled South Park game for the GBC leaked online

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South Park is an unreleased 1998 video game based on the Comedy Central series of the same name, made for the Game Boy Color handheld system, developed by Acclaim Entertainment. South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone stated that the game was aimed more towards children, which is odd considering the source material but it's intriguing nonetheless. Perhaps that's why the game was canceled? Who knows.


According to IGN, the game was to be released in 1999, which contradicts previous knowledge that it was to be released in 1998. A GiantBomb review was found that states that Acclaim's CEO at the time announced a direct sequel to be released in 2000. The JJ Games listing also included a list price of $29.99 and the main description of the title reads "From the deep reaches of space, a horror approaches. Once in a great while, the malevolent forces of the Universe combine to form a force of evil so concentrated, so pure, that no bastion of goodness and decency…

Steam Sales - Save 50% on Street Fighter V on PC, play for free until the 6th

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Currently, Street Fighter V has mixed reviews on Steam. Taking them into consideration, it appears that most reviews are bashing the game's terrible DLC business practices. Other than that, the game appears to be a decent PC port, and you can test it for yourself because the game is currently free-to-play starting now, Aug. 2 - Aug. 6th. You may visit the store page for more information. - here.

Gamefly is shutting down their video game streaming service this month

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Messages are being sent out to subscribers of the service and their support line also speaks about the discontinuation. The last day of support for the streaming service will be on August 31 and accounts will not be charged after that date. Fortunately, the company plans to continue its disc-based game rentals. Reasoning to why they're shutting down the service is still unclear but if one's to speculate, it could be because these streaming services generally aren't the best way to play games, as they introduce input lag, reduced image quality and other various issues.
You can read more about this story - here.

God of War is the Fastest-Selling Exclusive in PlayStation History!

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According to The NPD Group, God of War continues to be a leading title among their sales charts, second to only to Mario Tennis Aces for the Nintendo Switch, which isn't a total surprise considering that Nintendo could sell Mario-related memorabilia in their sleep.

 In an interview with IGN after the June report came out yesterday, the NPD Group’s Matt Piscatella went on to say that God of War isn’t just the fastest-selling exclusive on the PS4, but is instead now the fast-selling in the history of PlayStation according to their numbers. Tracking for these statistics began back in 1995 and the previously held title of fastest-selling for PlayStation was held by The Last of Us when it launched on PS3 back in 2013.  “I currently project God of War finishing 2018 as the 8th best-selling game in the U.S. market, but a few more months of performance like this and I may have to raise those expectations,” Piscatella added.

It's genuinely been a great generation for those fortu…

Perfect World Entertainment announces another battle royale, "Farside" for PS4 and PC

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Publisher Perfect World Entertainment and developer Dark Horse Games have announced another battle royale title set to compete with many others called "Farside": An Athletic Game. It was revealed at the 2018 PlayStation China Press Conference. It will apparently launch worldwide sometime this year on the PC and PS4.

Also, I would like to apologize for the shoddy footage presented below. I'm not sure if the actual reveal trailer was that bad but I'm giving them my reason of a doubt. If a better video appears, I will update this post. Until then, you'll have to settle - I'm sorry.