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Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Its First Publicly Available Gameplay Footage


Posted by Evolve on Aug 28, 2018 | In: PS Vita News

Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Its First Publicly Available Gameplay Footage

Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most talked about games from this past year, especially out of E3 2018. The Witcher series developer CD Projekt Red capped off Microsoft's E3 press conference with the game's first trailer, which was purely cinematic but nicely showed what kind of world we can expect from the open world action RPG. This trailer was only what the public at large saw, however. Behind closed doors, both at E3 and Gamescom, the developer showed actual gameplay footage...


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Neon Chrome Updated for Linux on GOG and Steam


Posted by Evolve on Feb 12, 2019 | In: PS Vita News

Neon Chrome Updated for Linux on GOG and Steam

Since April of 2016, Neon Chrome has been providing a blend of cyberpunk, shooting, and procedural generation. Ever since Hotline Miami, highly-stylized twin-stick shooters have been in high demand - with a variety of games putting their own spin on this sub-genre. Games like Time Recoil took the overhead viewpoint and combined it with a unique concept - like a spy thriller blended with time travel in that instance.Neon Chrome stands out with a much faster pace than any of th...


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Dead Cells Has Just Released A Massive Update and Promises a Linux Release


Posted by Evolve on May 13, 2018 | In: PS Vita News

Dead Cells Has Just Released A Massive Update and Promises a Linux Release

The latest Dead Cells update has just released, and it contains some large additions, but even more substantial promises for the future. Following nearly a year in Early Access, the developers over at Motion Twin are planning a full release by August, ensure a Linux release is in the works, and have added tons of new content to keep players busy until then.This is the seventh Dead Cells update and is referred to as the "Baguette update" to make light of some issues occurring ...


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EA Looking to Remaster Command & Conquer PC Games In Honor of the 25th Anniversary


Posted by Evolve on Oct 16, 2018 | In: PS Vita News

EA Looking to Remaster Command & Conquer PC Games In Honor of the 25th Anniversary

Command & Conquer is a series considered by many to be a genre-definer and standard-setter for the real-time strategy genre of gaming. The first game released all the way back in 1995, setting a precedent with its RTS gameplay. The series has seen many installments since, and once 2020 comes around, it will be hitting its 25th anniversary. EA has quickly taken note of this opportunity, and they’re currently exploring “exciting ideas” with remastering the PC ...


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What to Expect in the Hungering Deep Expansion for Sea of Thieves, Now Live


Posted by Evolve on May 30, 2018 | In: PS Vita News

What to Expect in the Hungering Deep Expansion for Sea of Thieves, Now Live

Sea of Thieves has been in the process of raising its sails, so to speak, since its launch back near the end of March. It was an incredibly tough time for the developers over at Rare, but also a very valuable one filled with useful lessons for the game-as-a-service. As Sea of Thieves' Executive Producer, Joe Neate, puts it: "I don't think anything prepares you for the launch of games as a service. When we launched, it was suddenly like, whoa. They're not stopping playing. The...


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Offline Dragon Quest X On The Way?


Posted by Evolve on Oct 12, 2018 | In: PS Vita News

Offline Dragon Quest X On The Way?

The two biggest video game markets in the world are without a doubt the United States and Japan. This is where a bulk of sales come from, especially when it comes to the AAA games market. However, that doesn't mean that these two nations share the same interests in certain games. For example, Japan has always had a love of RPGs that the United States doesn't always share. In contrast, the United States loves first and third-person shooters, and Japan doesn't always go for tha...


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The Full Rundown of Nintendo's Spring 2018 Nindies Showcase


Posted by Evolve on Mar 21, 2018 | In: PS Vita News

The Full Rundown of Nintendo's Spring 2018 Nindies Showcase

Indie games have found something of a comfortable home on the Nintendo Switch. With Nintendo's increased focus on third party support, and the capabilities and/or possibilities of having a platform that can be played both at home and on the go, indie developers have seen the potential of the Switch and have been using it to full advantage. To date, the Switch has hundreds of indie games available to choose from. Today, Nintendo hosted their next 'Nindies' showcase (a pun I'm ...


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Unique RPG The Good Life Reaches Funding Goal On Kickstarter With A Couple Days Left In Ca...


Posted by Evolve on May 3, 2018 | In: PS Vita News

Unique RPG The Good Life Reaches Funding Goal On Kickstarter With A Couple Days Left In Ca...

Kickstarter continues to be a place where people can pitch their very unique things and try and funding for them to truly come to life. And in regards to video games, it's a boon for major titles from unique teams. When one gets funded, everyone wins, and that looks to be the case for the unique RPG called "The Good Life", for with a few days left in its campaign, it hit ...


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