Naughty Dog and PlayStation may have revealed when The Last of Us 2 might come out. The rumored The Last of Us 2 release date was shown in a string of videos on the PlayStation Music YouTube channel the title have a “(2019)” next to it. Naughty Dog has been very tight-lipped about when the game will come out, although this slip-up on the PlayStation Music channel may have given us a release window. The new videos were released for Outbreak Day — the in-game date that the cordyceps fungus reached a critical mass. That date is September 26, and Naughty Dog have celebrated it yearly with sales, merchandise, and news about the sequel. The PlayStation Music channel uploaded six videos of music from The Last of Us Part 2 on September 28, and each video has the same description. The description says “Music from The Last of us Part II (2019)” followed by details of the specific song and where it came from. For example the “Crooked Still … [Read more...] about The Last of Us 2 Release Date Rumored for 2019
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Despite the fact that the original Guitar Hero, which was released more than ten years ago in 2005, has been declared as officially dead, there are still players pushing for new records and high scores. There have been some very impressive attempts at getting perfect scores in the past, but up until this weekend, no one in the world has managed to get a perfect score, or a full combo, on the game’s most difficult song at 150 percent speed. This weekend, for the first time in history, Twitch streamer randyladyman has managed to get a 100% on Dragonforce’s “Through the Fire and Flames” on Guitar Hero at 150 percent speed, which is the fastest speed setting in the game. “Through the Fire and Flames” is not only extremely difficult to play on a real guitar, as are most Dragonforce songs, but it is also considered to be the most difficult song in the Guitar Hero catalog. The YouTube video below shows randyladyman’s run in which he … [Read more...] about Guitar Hero Player Gets Perfect Score on Hardest Song at 150x Speed
After teasing the world for nearly two days via a live video, Bethesda has revealed their newest Fallout title by the name of Fallout 76. This announcement comes at a very critical time when the E3 is just 2 weeks away. However, the fans have been speculated a lot about the game. The teaser trailer that was revealed shows very little information about the game but we have collected everything there is to know about the game and have detailed them below for you. Everything About Fallout 76 Bethesda will announce more about game details at the E3 conference on Jun. 10, 2018. We will continue to update this article with more game information as Bethesda releases it. For the time being, you can check out everything that is available about Fallout 76. You can view the game’s teaser trailer below: Game Setting The most important thing here is when and where will the game take place. Previous fallout titles have been set in different years and in different vaults. From the teaser … [Read more...] about What Is Fallout 76? Release Date, Rumors, Platforms, An Online Survival Title?
I'm draugr-deep in God of War at the moment. And having spent the last few months committing crimes all over Los Santos—I most recently murdered a song—the idea of unwinding with pleasant and colourful games like Yoku's Island Express appeals to me. It's due on PC next month.As we reported earlier this year, Villa Gorilla and Team17's Yoku's Island Express combines platforming with puzzles and pinball in a Sonic Spinball meets Studio Ghibli-type dealio. In doing so, players assume control of the titular dung beetle hero who's recently moved to Mokumana Island for a life of sun and part-time postmaster-ing. On arrival, though, our Yoku discovers an ancient deity is trapped in an endless sleep. "Flip and bump our pint-sized protagonist around the stunning hand-painted island on your quest to rebuild the post-office and wake an old god from its slumber," says the devs on how you'll in turn restore the natural order.Here's Villa Gorilla on the intricacies of building an … [Read more...] about Yoku’s Island Express, the Sonic Spinball meets Studio Ghibli sidescroller, has a release date
Flyhigh Works revealed that their rhythm action game Voez will receive a physical release on Nintendo Switch in North America this summer. Voez was originally released as an iOS/Android game in 2016 and was later ported to Nintendo Switch in March of 2017. The gameplay revolves around rhythm where players must tap, swipe, or hold notes as they travel across the screen. Each song has three different difficulty levels which dictate the speed of the notes. Voez features 50 different songs which offer different genres of music and tempos for players to master. During gameplay, players will unlock animated episodes that give a story to the game, which might not be necessary, but it’s still a nice reward for getting through the more difficult tracks. Flyhigh Works is known for other Nintendo Switch titles like Kamiko and VOEZ, and most recently, Ambition of the Slimes made its way to the console. The developer has shown interest in … [Read more...] about Rhythm Game ‘Voez’ Gets Physical Switch Release in North America