Xbox Game Pass For PC is already an absurd bargain, giving access to all Microsoft’s games at launch and many others for a few quid per month, and soon it’ll include a load of Electronic Arts games too. Microsoft today announced that the basic EA Play membership will be added to Xbox Game Pass subscriptions later this year, and the price will stay the same. This isn’t the EA Play Pro membership which includes all their new games as they come out, but it will give you access to games including Fifa 20, Battlefield V, and The Sims 4. … [Read more...] about Xbox Game Pass will soon include EA Play membership too
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The dragon combat game of 90s fame is spreading its wings for a PC release soon, the developers say. The Panzer Dragoon: Remake was originally expected last winter and was later released on the Nintendo Switch in March this year, so it’s good to hear that PC date may finally be landing. They’ve not given a date, so we’ll just have to see what flavor of “soon” they mean. … [Read more...] about Panzer Dragoon: Remake will launch on PC soon
Sony has announced a new PlayStation 5 showcase scheduled for Wednesday, September 16 at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET. The event will focus on the console's upcoming games. It will include a look at games coming at launch as well as those available in the future. If you haven't made up your mind on purchasing the PS5 yet, this could be your chance. It's possible we also could get information on some things we really need to know before purchasing the console: the price and release date. … [Read more...] about PS5 Showcase Event Coming September 16: Could Price Be Revealed?
That ominous soon definitely adds fuel to existing rumours that there is an Xbox event scheduled for later this month. Original rumours suggested it would be on September 9, but seeing as that is *checks calendar* tomorrow, I doubt that's actually true. … [Read more...] about Xbox Series X release date and price leaked
“It kept me on edge,” Alice O wrote on Paratopic’s release back in 2018. “I was never quite sure what I might need to do, what I could do, or what could be done to me. Sure, I relax a little while talking with the petrol station attendant about weird local landmarks and disasters, but I never know if I’m safe even in the confines of a chat menu. And does it matter that I’m twisting out a cigarette (a detail I did enjoy)? Is this door a puzzle? Are the photos I’m snapping significant? I dig that uncertainty.” … [Read more...] about In Adios, you’re tired of burying bodies for the mob