Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Grand Theft Auto 5 is almost inconceivably massive. Its sales passed 80 million this year and it regularly finds itself in Steam’s top ten most-played games - largely thanks to excellent and consistent updates to GTA Online. So, naturally, we are thinking about what is coming next: GTA 6. Related: here is everything we know about Red Dead Redemption 2. Grand Theft Auto 6 has not been announced yet, but we are very much hoping for some concrete details in 2018. Our insatiable appetite for biting satire and a good carjacking knows no bounds: here we have rounded up all the best rumours in one place with our suggestions for what we would like to see from GTA 6, no matter what form it ends up taking. GTA 6 release date When is the GTA 6 release date? If Grand Theft Auto’s typical development timeline of about four to five years between entries is anything to go by, we should be getting GTA 6 in 2018. But, unfortunately, we … [Read more...] about Grand Theft Auto 6 release date, trailer, map, news, setting, characters
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GOOD NEWS, God of War fans – the game's creators have revealed it'll be longer than the other franchise entries so far. Here's everything we know, including the God of War 2018 release date, plus trailers, images, plot and more. God of War 2018 – what's the game about? God of War is an acclaimed hack-and-slash video game franchise from Sony's Santa Monica Studio. The 2018 entry to the series is simply called God of War, and lands as the eighth instalment overall. It's a direct sequel to 2010's God of War III, and is generally seen as a soft reboot for the franchise. What's exciting about God of War 4 is that it moves on from its traditional Greek mythology into a new Norse setting. Series protagonist Kratos is staying on as the protagonist, although he's also got a son called Atreus in this game too. The game picks up years after Kratos sought his revenge against the Olympian gods. Kratos now lives in a savage land inhabited by Norse gods, and is attempting to teach … [Read more...] about God of War PS4 release date – review, news, rumours and is it available on Xbox One?
There’s a Lord of the Rings TV show on the way. Yes, surfing in on the significant tide of fantasy shows created by Game of Thrones, this new interpretation of Tolkien’s works will generate a brand new story set before the events of Fellowship of the Ring. Not only will it be the One Binge to Rule Them All, it’s also being helped along by what is reported to be the biggest TV budget of all time, a growing platform in Amazon Prime, and a confirmed five-season stint. Oh, and there’s a possible release date, too.As confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter, Amazon paid a whopping $250m for rights to the Lord of the Rings TV show, as well as potentially setting aside an eye-watering $1 billion. That’ll buy you a whole lot of big battle sequences. Just sayin’.Though we still have no clue what it’s going to be about, here’s what we do know: Amazon have to start production by 2020 or their deal is rendered null and void. Reading between the (legal) … [Read more...] about Lord of the Rings TV show: 5 seasons confirmed, possible release date, and a $1 billion budget
(Graphs and sales data follow the wall of text to give them context.) Releasing Cogmind felt great--two years of hard work finally reaching a state where I could share it in its entirety. Honestly I would have preferred to release much earlier, but the really early 0.10 roguelike release approach is too risky with a commercial game, especially so with a game like Cogmind where it might otherwise be difficult to instantly convey to anyone only semi-interested in this type of game that it’s a truly unique addition to the roguelike genre and games in general. Surely the long-time fans who played the original prototype understand the significance of what Cogmind aims to achieve, but part of the goal is to attract a broader audience while staying true to the game’s traditional roguelike roots. I wanted it to explode onto the scene with a strong trailer and good gameplay from the get go. More importantly, releasing too early would have also significantly slowed progress, because … [Read more...] about Releasing a Commercial ASCII Roguelike, a Post-Mortem
Twenty years after its release, Resident Evil 2 is looked at as one of the iconic games of the era. Its chilling environments, macabre story, and hideous creatures still put a chill down my spine. However, RE2 was almost a very different game. Development started just a month after the original game was completed and the projected release date was May 1997. However, due to the breakaway success of Resident Evil, the whole project was reevaluated, and the original version of RE2 was scrapped at around 60-80% completion. Very few assets were reused from this first version, and the final product was radically different in story, environment, and structure than it was initially intended to be. Fans call this first take of the game Resident Evil 1.5 (which is what we'll use to refer to this version in the article), and below we go in-depth about this lost version of Resident Evil 2. Resident Evil 1.5: The Characters A lot of the aspects of Resident Evil 1.5 feel like a mirror version of … [Read more...] about Resident Evil 1.5: Everything You Need to Know About The Game Resident Evil 2 Could Have Been