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From producer of software development to president of Japan’s studio, Shawn Layden has worn many hats in his decades of working at Sony. His latest role was chairman of SIE’s worldwide studios, and that will apparently be his last at Sony, at least for the time being. Sony announced today on Twitter that Layden was
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Listen, it’s a tough world out there. Whether dead or alive, we’re all feeling the strain, and it’s hard enough getting a job even with a heartbeat. It’s hard being a shy, dance-loving skeleton in the modern job market. But Felix The Reaper has posted his application and nailed the interview. Congratulations, you daft undead
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You can’t have a discussion about the best Borderlands 3 weapons without discussing Legendary weapons – those rare gold guns that drop very occasionally from bosses, Loot Ticks, and high-value chests (to name only a few). While every other weapon in Borderlands 3 is procedurally generated and extremely variable due to its many possible prefixes
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Competition in Fortnite’s Battle Royale mode should be more balanced if Epic Games’ latest update (v10.40) is successful in creating fairer matches. Epic is hoping the update matches players with similar skill levels better than it has in the past. The update will slowly be added to different regions. On top of this, in the
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Cube World’s development has been its own epic quest. The voxel-based Minecraftbut was first written about in the vellum back pages of RPS in 2011, by the ancient and wise Rossignol. It’s a Zelda and Minecraft inspired RPG, where explorey quests are dropped into a procedurally generated blocky landscape. Since 2013 it has gone through
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Battle-royale-slash-ginormous-advertising-platform Fortnite has confirmed its Batman partnership in a blink and you’ll miss it livestream. Luckily, as is the power of online video, you can watch it again at your leisure, including right below. Or you can hop right into the game, where there are doubtless many bats competing to be the last one standing.
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Don’t scream over this news, unless of course you are terrified by the demonic ghost shark pictured above. Following the release of Luigi’s Mansion 3 on October 31, the game’s ScareScraper and ScreamPark multiplayer modes will continued to be supported through paid DLC. ScareScraper tasks up to eight players to work together to complete objectives
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