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5. 1. 2020 – GamingHub
Silent Hill Artist Masahiro Ito Says He’s Working on a New Title as ‘Core Member’
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Masahiro Ito, one of the artists behind the Silent Hill games, is working on a new project. He shared the news in a tweet, revealing that he’s a core member on some mysterious title which he hopes won’t get cancelled. Masahiro follows up that tweet stating that he can’t yet reveal anything about the project at hand.   I’m working on a title as a core member. I hope the title won’t be cancelled. — 伊藤暢達/Masahiro Ito (@adsk4) January 4, 2020 Continue reading…

You Can Now Pre-Order the Cyberpunk 2077 Figures From McFarlane Toys
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We got our first look earlier this year, but you can finally pre-order McFarlane Toy’s Cyberpunk 2077 figures, including two different versions of Keanu Reeves as Johnny Silverhand. The hottest item is undoubtedly the 12-inch figure of Keanu Reeves’ Johnny Silverhand, an in-game character who will provide support to the player character, rocking out with his guitar. Continue reading…

Amazon Has a Bunch of WiFi Range Extenders on Sale
Other / 5. 1. 2020

So you just got yourself a fancy new gaming PC, or maybe you finally moved into your own apartment. But what’s this? The WiFi signal sucks when you’re in the other room? You can’t play COD on a 1MB upload speed, so you need a WiFi or ethernet extender, and thanks to Amazon, you can pick up one for fairly cheap. Check out the deals on WiFi extenders and ethernet extenders down below. TP-Link AC750 WiFi Range Extender for $22.99 (save $12) – See It Continue reading…

League of Legends Season 10 is starting this week
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Riot has officially announced the start of Season 10 of League of Legends. The next season of League of Legends begins January 10, the developer revealed over Twitter. pic.twitter.com/7dYgDmcQjB — League of Legends (@LeagueOfLegends) January 5, 2020 Riot posted two pictures, one with the kick off date and the other with what looks like a teaser for an upcoming cinematic trailer. “In 5 days, we break them,” reads the image which features an outline of Urgot using his chains to reach his opponent. Season 10 will start things off with a soft reset for ranked. New player ranks will be based on their performance in the League pre-season as well as through Season 10 placement matches. League of Legends’ first patch of the year will go live just two days prior to Season 10, on January 8. Patch 10.1 introduces a new champ – Sett – as well as a collection of new skins. The post League of Legends Season 10 is starting this week appeared first on VG247.

The Witcher modder transforms the original game into a musical with “Toss A Coin” mod
Other / 5. 1. 2020

Toss a coin to your Witcher in the latest mod for the original The Witcher game. The Witcher on Netflix has already made an impact on its gaming counterpart. Thanks to modding magic, you can play The Witcher 3 on PC with a Henry Cavill-faced Geralt. But what about the true star of the streaming series? Which, of course, is the song “Toss A Coin to Your Witcher” sung by Jaskier in the show. One modder has taken it upon themself to bring the episode-stealing scene to life in the original game. The “Toss A Coin to Your Witcher Cutscene” mod introduces the ballad to The Witcher, along with additional dialogue options with its balladeer Dandelion (as Jaskier is known in the game series). A version is currently in the works for The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. “I’m also planning a second cutscene with another song from the Netflix series The Witcher, as well as alternative cutscenes with a song from Alzur’s Legacy,” writes modder hub997. Check out the mod in action below: The Witcher Netflix show has caused a massive boost to The Witcher 3’s numbers on Steam. Two days after the show dropped, Wild Hunt broke its…

Next Call of Duty Won’t Have Jetpacks, Treyarch Developer Tweets
Other / 5. 1. 2020

Treyarch Studio Design Director David “Vahn” Vonderhaar wants you to know that he really hates jetpacks, and judging from some recent comments of his, it’s unlikely that we’ll see their return in Call of Duty’s 2020 game. First reported by CharlieIntel, Vonderhaar took to Twitter to respond to a fan tweeting “you butter have jetpacks in the next COD.” “NO,” Vonderhaar replied succinctly. Continue reading…

Nintendo doesn’t see cloud gaming taking over any time soon
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Nintendo’s global president Shuntaro Furukawa doesn’t see an end to the reign of console gaming anytime this decade. While the company’s former North American president Reggie Fils-Aime has previously predicted cloud gaming would be the dominant method of playing games over the next decade, Furukawa sees things differently. It may take a decade before we see cloud gaming overtake traditional dedicated consoles, he says in an interview with Japanese publication Nikkei – translated by Nintendo Everything. “It’s possible that cloud gaming could capture the public’s interest in 10 years from now, however at this point in time, I do not think that dedicated hardware will go away,” the Nintendo head told Nikkei. Nintendo has so far released a number of cloud games to its Switch console, including a cloud gaming version of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey which remains exclusive to Japan. “It’s a long way off before we’ll really know the outcome,” he continues. “With that said, it would be pointless to solely focus on methods of play that can only be had on dedicated hardware. Once your audience starts saying they can play on other consoles or smartphones instead, you’re finished.” However, the company is still keen to embrace new…