Insomniac Games has confirmed that “Marvel’s Spider-Man” won’t have a physical release and that PlayStation 4 save files won’t transfer to the PlayStation 5.
In a deal reportedly close to upwards of $7.5 billion, Microsoft has purchased ZeniMax Media.
Sony has recently confirmed that 99% of PlayStation 4 will be backwards compatible on the upcoming PlayStation 5. Sony has also went on to confirm that the PS5 will not support PS1, PS2 or PS3 games.
The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters was finally released on Xbox One recently and it’s an amazing game all around. This survival/horror game was a lot of fun to play and provides a very challenging gameplay experience.
Developed by Polish indie developer IMGN.PRO, Kholat has sold over 700,000 units across PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. In Kholat, you’ll follow the steps of a group of Russian college students that seem to have gone missing. The game is set in February of 1959 and is heavily inspired by the Dyatlov Pass Incident.
The Grand Prix and Best Narrative Award winner finally releases on Xbox One and with it brings an excellent story and amazing hand-illustrated manhwa (Korean manga).
“Outbreak: The New Nightmare” is out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam.
Azerion has announced that MONOPOLY Poker is now available worldwide on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Nintendo Switch users will finally be able to play “Jurassic World Evolution” when it releases on November 3rd.
Dead Drop Studios’ “Outbreak: The New Nightmare” releases tomorrow August 27th on PlayStation 4.