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File size revealed for PS4 version of DiRT Rally 2.0

17.02.2019 19:33


The file size has been revealed for the PlayStation 4 version of DiRT Rally 2.0. When viewed directly on the system, the product page on the PlayStation Store reveals that the racing game will require 27.13 GB of free space. In addition to being a digital download, DiRT Rally 2.0 is also getting a disc release, which is available for preorder with this link on Amazon. You can find Amazon’s list of features for the racing game below: Day One Edition includes the game + 3 DLC Cars (Porsche 911 RGT Rally Spec, Fiat 131 Abarth Rally, Alpine Renault A110

PS4 file size revealed for Death end re;Quest

17.02.2019 19:33


The file size has been revealed for Death end re;Quest on PlayStation 4. When viewed directly on the system, the product page on the PlayStation Store shows that the JRPG will take up 9.33 GB of free space on the hard drive. Along with being a digital download, Death end re;Quest is also getting a physical release, which is available for preorder with this link on Amazon. You can also find Amazon’s features list for the game below: Jump between reality and in-game modes, as players will need to investigate in the real world to solve the mysterious inner-workings of

From: gameidealist.com

Year on Year Sales & Market Share Charts - January 26, 2019

17.02.2019 19:30

Microsoft Xbox One Down Year-on-Year 36,415 (-10.5%) Nintendo Nintendo Switch - Up Year-on-Year 166,444 (17.5%) Nintendo 3DS Down Year-on-Year 109,222 (-34.0%) Sony PlayStation 4 Down Year-on-Year 240,038 (-18.6%) PlayStation Vita Down Year-on-Year 29,321 (-76.0%)

7 reasons you should buy a Nintendo Switch instead of a PlayStation 4 or an Xbox One in 2019

17.02.2019 19:29

Nintendo is on a roll with no end in sight. There's a good reason for that: The Nintendo Switch is the best console to buy.

Tech Interview: Metro Exodus, ray tracing and the 4A Engine's open world upgrades

17.02.2019 10:59


Remember the days when key technological innovations in gaming debuted on PC? The rise of multi-platform development and the arrival of PC technology in the current generation of consoles has witnessed a profound shift. Now, more than ever, PlayStation and Xbox technology defines the baseline of a visual experience, with upgrade vectors on PC somewhat limited - often coming down to resolution and frame-rate upgrades. However, the arrival of real-time ray tracing PC technology is a game-changer, and 4A Games' Metro Exodus delivers one of the most exciting, forward-looking games we've seen for a long, long time. It's a title that's excellent on consoles, but presents a genuinely game-changing visual experience on the latest PC hardware.
The game is fascinating on many levels. First of all, as we approach the tail-end of this console generation, it's actually the first title built from the ground up for current-gen hardware from 4A Games - genuine pioneers in graphics technology. It also sees 4A transition from a traditional linear-style route through its games to a more open world style of gameplay, though the narrative element is much more defined, and missions can be approached in a much more Crysis-like way. Think of it more as a kind of 'wide' level design, as opposed to an Ubisoft-style, icon-filled sandbox. Regardless, this transition requires a massive rethink in the way that the world of Metro is rendered and lit, while at the same time maintaining the extreme detail seen in previous Metro titles. And remember, all of this has to work not just on the latest and greatest PCs and enhanced consoles, but on base Xbox and PlayStation hardware too.
And then there's the more forward-looking, next generation features within the game. Real-time ray tracing is now possible on PCs equipped with Nvidia RTX graphics cards, and while what we saw at Gamescom was highly impressive, we were looking at 4A Games' very earliest implementation of ray tracing, with frame-rates at 1080p dipping beneath 60 frames per second on the top-end RTX 2080 Ti. And this raises an obvious question - how would lesser cards cope? The answer comes down to 4A revising its RT implementation, revamping the technology to deliver equivalent results to its stunning ray traced global illumination solution, but doing so in such a way that allows for all of the RTX family of GPUs to deliver good results.

From: www.eurogamer.net

Amazon discounts Detroit: Become Human to below $20, AC: Odyssey to $25 and 428 to $30

17.02.2019 10:53


Amazon has discounted a three games. 428: Shibuya Scramble is currently 40 percent off on the PlayStation 4 while Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is available at 58 percent off. Also on sale is the digital version of Detroit: Become Human at half off. If you are interested, you can check out the discounts with the following links: 428: Shibuya Scramble (PS4) – 40% off Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (PS4) – 58% off Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (Xbox One) – 58% off Detroit: Become Human (PS4 Digital) – 50% off

From: gameidealist.com

PS5 May Have More Multiplayer Games, Hints PlayStation Boss

17.02.2019 9:41

"That's an area where you will likely see us start to make more noise in the new term," says Shawn Layden.

From: gamingbolt.com

Despite a promising demo, PSVR adventure game Eden Tomorrow ends up disappointing

17.02.2019 9:00


Last month a free demo for Eden Tomorrow appeared on the Playstation Store. The first 30 minutes of this sci-fi adventure game were included and after playing it through , I came away with high hopes. It seemed more polished than your average PSVR title and the demo ended on a cliffhanger which (as any good demo should) left me excited to experience what happened next.
Unfortunately, after recording myself playing through the first hour and a half of the full release, I'm sad to report that the game never really reaches the heights promised by the demo. In actual fact, after passing the point where the demo ends, the overall quality starts taking a noticeable dip and what I thought was going to be a rip-roaring space adventure, quickly turns into a dull guided tour around bland, brown and basic environments.
You can watch my disappointment unfold in this week's episode of Ian's VR Corner below, which kicks off with a belter of a tune, even if I do say so myself.

From: www.eurogamer.net

PS4 file size revealed for Anthem

17.02.2019 0:29

The file size has been revealed for the PlayStation 4 version of Anthem.

From: n4g.com

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