• Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Developers Breakdown Game's Length And Difficulty

    12 days ago - By Gaming Bolt

    For the first time in what feels like a very long time, we're getting a full scale single player Star Wars game in the form of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. While we got our first gameplay look at the game at E3, the initial demo was only a taste. As more hands-on impressions have come out, more people have come back impressed with what Respawn is doing. The game clearly has some Souls influences, so the natural question after that is how hard is the game? And, another question asked of any pure single player experience nowadays, how long is it?
    On a panel at the E3 2019 Colesium, Respawn...
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  • E3 2019: Best Horror Games of the Show

    E3 2019: Best Horror Games of the Show

    12 days ago - By Game Rant

    E3 2019 highlighted a variety of intriguing horror games, from big budget titles in development at triple-A studios to smaller indie projects that look plenty scary.
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  • Amazon Game Studios Reportedly Lays Off Dozens of Employees

    12 days ago - By US Gamer

    The studio still has yet to ship an original console game.
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  • No Man's Sky Fans Thank Hello Games By Purchasing Ad Space On Billboard Visible From Its Offices

    No Man's Sky Fans Thank Hello Games By Purchasing Ad Space On Billboard Visible From Its Offices

    12 days ago - By Game Informer

    No Man's Sky was a game that became infamous for undelivered promises way before Anthem did. But even after all this time and harsh criticisms, the developers did not give up hope and worked hard to make the game into what they knew it could be. The community is very happy with what the game has become and the thought of it getting better moving forward is beyond what they could have hoped for.
    Besides just kind words sent Hello Games' way through social media, the fans wanted to go above and beyond just like the developers have. So how do they go about it? By buying ad space on a...
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  • Amazon Game Studios lays off dozens of game developers

    12 days ago - By VG 247

    On the final day of E3, Amazon Game Studios laid off dozens of its employees and canceled multiple unannounced games.
    Amazon's game division told affected developers on Thursday morning that they have 60 days to look for new positions internally, otherwise they'll receive severance packages, Kotaku reports .
    Amazon released the following statement:
    ÔÇťAmazon Game Studios is reorganizing some of our teams to allow us to prioritize development of New World, Crucible, and new unannounced projects we're excited to reveal in the future. These moves are the result of regular business planning...
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