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‘Knack’ is back in a puzzling sequel for Playstation 4
A sequel to the PlayStation 4 launch title Knack was revealed at the PlayStation Experience in Anaheim California. Knack 2 will feature the same puzzle-platformer gameplay along with co-op multiplayer.
Microsoft kicks off 12 Days of Deals sale: Good Windows 10, Xbox One, and VR deals
Microsoft’s annual 12 Days of Deals promotion is back, so if you missed out on any of the company’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday Windows and Xbox deals you still have a chance. Just like in previous years, each day will offer you a different deal that’s going to be valid for one day only. DON’T MISS: A 75-year-old’s excellent Tweet may be the only good thing in 2016 The 12 Days of deals sale starts on December 5th and contains plenty of exciting deals on Windows 10 and Xbox One products. There's even a VR deal that you should check out: 12/5: Save up to $1,000 on select Intel-powered PCs, starting at $199. 12/6: Only $199 for a Lenovo Ideapad 110 laptop (save $100). 12/7: Save up to 50% on select Xbox One games, now $19.99. 12/8: Save $250 on Surface Pro 4 with Intel Core m3 and 128GB SSD (now $649), plus free sleeve. 12/9: Save up to 70% on select Windows 10 tablets, now starting at $49. 12/10: Save up to $250 on Windows Premium Collection devices, starting at $499. 12/11: Buy select Xbox controllers and get a $25 Microsoft Store gift code. 12/12: Save $50 and get 2 free games with select Xbox One consoles, plus save big on Xbox accessories and games. 12/13: Get a $100 Microsoft Store gift code with purchase of HTC VIVE or Oculus Rift. 12/14: Save up to $1,000 on select gaming PCs, starting at $799. 12/15: Save up to 40% on select Dell PCs, starting at $199. 12/16: Save up to $200 on select Surface Pro 4, plus get a free Type Cover (up to $359 value). Check out Microsoft’s full 12 Days of Deals offer at this link .
Phantom limb pain may be addressed by computer games
Watch the PlayStation Experience 2016 keynote live stream right here
Two years ago, Sony decided that E3 wasn't enough. Rather than wait a year to showcase its games to the world, the company behind the PlayStation decided to host its own event in Las Vegas — an event that anyone could attend — and thus the annual PlayStation Experience was born. Two years later, the third PSX, which will run from December 3rd-4th, is about to begin. Although we know the schedule of the two-day event and the panels that will be held, we still don't know what surprises the keynote has in store. DON'T MISS: One last chance to buy a NES Classic Edition Before we get to that schedule though, PSX 2016 will kick off with a keynote, which you can stream live right here starting at 10AM PT / 1PM ET: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJgzJZiys-c Once the keynote ends, there will be a few panels to round out the afternoon, although the only one to have officially been announced is the Kojima Productions panel at 4PM ET, where Hideo Kojima and "special guests" will discuss Death Stranding , which stole the show at The Game Awards 2016 earlier this week . Then on Sunday, Guerrilla Games will give us a closer look at Horizon Zero Dawn at 1PM ET, the Kinda Funny guys will host a live episode of their PlayStation podcast at 3PM ET and at 5PM ET, PlayStation and Naughty Dog discuss making games for all gamers in the Accessibility: Making Games for All Gamers panel. Sony will also host the Capcom Cup, an invitational tournament for the Call of Duty World League and will give attendees the opportunity to play over 100 games, many of which won't be out until later this year or in 2017.
Here’s everything we know about ‘Death Stranding,’ Hideo Kojima’s next video game
Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima has revealed very little about his upcoming game, 'Death Stranding,' but the title's cinematic trailers point to the involvement of some big names. Here is everything we know so far.
Upcoming video games: 'The Last Guardian,' 'Dead Rising 4,' 'Ace Attorney' for Android, 'Space Hulk: Deathwing'
Few games can claim to have been in development for as long, and 9 years of gestation for "The Last Guardian" are finally coming to an end. Franchise protagonist Frank West returns, the zombie-battering, oddball-weapon-crafting photojournalist paying a visit to the original town setting of "Dead Rising." This time, it's Christmas, and the zombie outbreak isn't confined to Willamette's shopping mall but has splurged out into its surrounds.
Computer games relieve phantom limb pain: study
Amputees who played computer games using a virtual, on-screen arm, experienced relief from the phantom pain that often afflicts people who have lost a limb, scientists said Friday. Fourteen amputees who took part in a trial reported dramatic pain reduction after 12 sessions which saw them "using" their missing arm in virtual reality. "The results from our study suggest that it may be useful to 'exercise' the phantom limb," said study lead author Max Ortiz Catalan of the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden.
Video game goodies are new frontier for Deutsche Boerse
Magic armour and virtual hats will soon join Siemens, Volkswagen and other blue chips in trading on the German stock market. Deutsche Boerse on Thursday announced plans for an innovative market in video game items -- weapons, artefacts and other performance-boosting add-ons in online gaming. The Frankfurt-based market operator has joined forces with Naga, a Hamburg financial startup, to create a market where players can buy and sell objects from their games for real-life cash.
Sling TV vs. PlayStation Vue: Which live TV streaming service should you subscribe to?
PlayStation Vue and Sling TV have emerged as major competition to traditional cable, but which service is better? In order to help you find the best replacement for your cable subscription, we've put together this handy guide.
These Xbox One games will look better on your HDR TV
The recently-released Xbox One S and the upcoming "Project Scorpio" both support high-dynamic range, or HDR. Here is every game confirmed to support the new technology, including both current and upcoming titles.
‘Gears of War 4’ lets you blast your buddies on Xbox and PC this weekend
Gears of War 4 initially launches with separate ecosystems for Xbox One and PC competitive players, but that might be about to change. A special cross-play test this weekend will bring the two player-bases together.
Massively hyped video games: Expectations vs. reality
We all know the video game hype cycle: a game is announced, a fancy trailer drops, we pick apart every second of every video released in its marketing, then, finally, the game is released. You download it, start to play and very suddenly realize that this game isn’t what you quite expected it would be. SEE ALSO: What 'Pokémon Go' would have been like in the 16th Century This cycle is nothing new; disappointment and the sharp sting of reality are feelings as old as time. Take a look at some of the expectations we've had for recent popular games compared to the stark reality of what they actually were. Batman Arkham VR: Image: Dennie Bright/Mashable You'd think a VR game about Batman would be fun as heck. But really, the game boils down to a really cool bat cave tech demo and watching your friends and family die again and again. No Man's Sky: Image: DENNIE BRIGHT/MASHABLE No Man's Sky , the game that originally looked like it would be full of cool space dinosaurs and giant planet sized snakes. The final product, not so much. And while I love the weird looking creatures that awkwardly wander the landscapes, part of me still yearns for those majestic space dinosaurs from a bygone trailer. Red Dead Redemption 2: Image: DENNIE BRIGHT/MASHABLE I love Red Dead Redemption . It's one of the best games Rockstar has released. But after hearing about the sequel, I'm cautiously worried the online mode will feature tons of micro-transactions and DLC features that eventually show up way later down the line after I've lost interest in the online mode. Mafia 3: Image: DENNIE BRIGHT/MASHABLE Mafia 3 — a good game, but one plagued by glitches in its launch that completely pull you out of that world. Rocket League: Image: Dennie Bright/mashable Rocket League is the exception. Holy crap this game is amazing.Remember folks, keep those expectations low and you'll never be disappointed. BONUS: 'Assassin's Creed: Syndicate' is a great game but I wish they let me play as a horse
'Westworld' inspiration 'Red Dead Redemption' comes to PC, PlayStation 4
Noted as a reference point for HBO drama "Westworld," 2010 video game western "Red Dead Redemption" is being re-released for PC and PlayStation 4 from December 6 via subscription service PlayStation Now. From the production house best known for the "Grand Theft Auto" franchise, as well as 1940s detective mystery "L.A. Noire" and São Paolo scramble "Max Payne 3," "Red Dead Redemption" represented the opportunity to explore choice and consequence system within the action game genre. "Westworld" showrunner Jonathan Nolan has mentioned "Red Dead Redemption" on several occasions with regard to its influence -- and that of select other video games -- on the drama's development.
Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures Launches Video Game Division
The first two projects published from Annapurna Interactive are a hand-illustrated puzzle game and a set of playable short stories.
‘Pokémon Sun’ and ‘Moon’ are Nintendo of America’s fastest-selling games ever
Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon are now the fastest-selling games in Nintendo of America's history, breaking the company's previous regional sales records by a significant margin less than a month after launch.
‘Invisible Inc.,’ ‘VVVVVV’ are among December’s PlayStation Plus freebies
Sony has announced next month's lineup of free PlayStation Plus games, revealing that subscribers will be able to download copies of Invisible Inc., VVVVVV, and other standout games throughout December, free of charge.
‘Stardew Valley’ hits PS4 and Xbox One in December, Nintendo Switch port planned
Stardew Valley will make its console debut in December with the launch of ports for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but Nintendo fans will be disappointed to hear that a planned Wii U adaptation has since been put out to pasture.
Ubisoft’s VR games to support cross-platform play on Vive, Rift, PlayStation VR
Electronic Arts: A ‘major game’ is coming to Nintendo Switch
Electronic Arts executive Peter Moore announced that the publisher has a "major" title in development for the Nintendo Switch console, but stopped short of revealing exactly which game this happens to be.
The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 11/28/16: A F*cking Video Game
Previously on the Best and Worst of WWE Raw: Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens had a killer Universal Championship match which featured Rollins diving off a balcony and almost tumbling forehead first into the corner of a production crate. Also on the show, Owens and Chris Jericho hugged and said everyone should blame Roman Reigns, which got a huge pop. Remember that With Spandex is on Twitter, so follow it.
Mario headed to parks: Nintendo and Universal join forces
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Universal Parks & Resorts and Nintendo are joining forces to add video game characters to the theme park company's resorts.
Facebook is adding ‘Pac-Man,’ ‘Space Invaders,’ and other classic games to Messenger
Facebook Messenger is continuing it daring quest to be more useful than Facebook itself by adding games that you might actually want to play. Pac-Man , Galaga , Space Invaders , and several other titles old and new are headed to the messaging app in the very near future. Facebook calls the new feature Instant Games , and it works just like you'd imagine. A click brings up a list of games, and another click launches the game, either from within Facebook Messenger or on your News Feed, depending on whether you're on desktop or mobile. MUST SEE: The best holiday gift you can give yourself is a big F U to your cable company The games, of which there are 17 in total, are currently being tested on Facebook Messenger in a beta capacity. You'll know if you have access to the feature by heading to your Facebook Messenger app (or the web version) and checking for the game controller icon on the menu bar. https://www.facebook.com/FacebookApps/videos/1338084292888851/ For the single-player games like Pac-Man , the head-to-head competition takes the form of a leaderboard, where you can compare your score against those of your friends, along with stats on how many rounds of each game everyone has played. It's a fun little distraction and can give you some bragging rights, but there's very little depth to any of the games on offer. Facebook has always had a weird relationship with gaming. There's been some seriously addicting titles on the social network — FarmVille comes to mind — but it could keep that momentum going. The company also dabbled with Messenger games in the past, with a simple basketball challenge in honor of March Madness.
Facebook brings mobile games to Messenger
Facebook on Tuesday unveiled "Instant Games" allowing users of the world's biggest social network to play from its Messenger application or directly on their news feeds. "This new games experience allows people to easily discover, share, and play games without having to install new apps," said Facebook product manager Alissa Ju in a blog post announcing the initiative. While Facebook has previously been home to "social" games like Zynga's "FarmVille," this effort aims at smartphone users and also works with Messenger, its fast-growing communications platform.
Nintendo attractions to open at trio of Universal parks
Brace yourselves loyal Nintendo fans: Universal Parks and Resorts will be bringing the world of Mario and Luigi to life with the opening of Nintendo-themed areas at their parks in Japan, Orlando and Hollywood. While details are sparse, developers at Nintendo and Universal announced that planning for the areas is well underway and that they will open separately over the next several years. In an updated announcement, Universal's Mark Woodbury and Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto revealed that the Nintendo-themed spaces will open at Universal Studios Japan, Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood.
Universal plumbs new territory by bringing Nintendo and Mario to its theme parks
Nintendo Switch hands-on event set for January 13th in New York City
According to a new report, Nintendo will host the first ever hands-on event for its upcoming Switch hybrid console on January 13th in New York City. Last month, Nintendo announced that it would host a live-streamed presentation about the Switch in Japan on the evening of January 12th. During the event, the company plans to unveil the price, release date and launch lineup of the Switch. Then, as reported by Polygon , members of the press will get their hands on the device for the very first time in New York City hours later. DON'T MISS: Everything you need to know about AT&T’s DirecTV Now internet TV service The event has not been publicly announced by Nintendo as of yet, and there's no telling if it ever will be. Polygon claims that the company has yet to even specify a location for the event other than the city in which it will be held. As for what attendees can expect, the company says that the NYC event "will further emphasize some of the details that Nintendo plans to announce." We're hopeful that the emphasis comes in the form of price points for launch bundles and demos of games that will be available at launch / during the launch window . Both the Japan presentation and the NYC hands-on event are less than a month and a half away, but at the rate that leaks about the Switch have been pouring out , there's no telling how many secrets will be left by January 13th. Nintendo's Switch is currently scheduled to launch in March 2017.
Here are the video games to check out in December
The year is almost over, but there are still plenty of new games coming in December, including a host of new VR experiences, Mario's first mobile outing, and the eagerly-awaited followup to a beloved modern franchise. Here's what to expect.
Here are GameStop’s Cyber Monday deals: PS4 Pro, Xbox One, and all of the games
Cyber Monday deals are in effect today, and we’ve got more details about one sale you should be checking out if you’re into gaming. In what follows, you can check out some of GameStop’s deals for this year’s Cyber Monday sales event. DEAL ALERT: The best Cyber Monday sale of the year is happening right now! Consoles $50 off the Uncharted 4 PS4 Bundle with free Ratchet & Clank and The Last of Us (online only) Free The Last of Us and Ratchet & Clank with purchase of PS4 Pro (online only) $50 off all new Xbox One consoles For the PC gamer, save up to $180 on CyberPowerPC gaming computers Accessories Save $100 on the HTC Vive Virtual Reality System, now $699.99 Save $30 on PlayStation® 4 camera Save $20 on PlayStation® 4 DualShock 4 wireless controllers Video games Get select new PlayStation® 4 games for as little as $10, including Until Dawn, God of War III Remastered, Bloodborne, Ratchet & Clank, Star Wars™ Battlefront™ and Batman: Arkham Knight For $20, gaming fans can pick up titles like Fallout 4, DOOM, Dark Souls III and ReCore Save $30 on select titles like Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, Just Cause 3 and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Save $25 on select titles such as Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Definitive Edition, Grand Theft Auto V Standard Edition, Overwatch and Gears of War 4 Save $20 on some of the most popular games of the year including Bioshock: The Collection, Mafia III, NBA 2K17 and Rise of the Tomb Raider All-week deals Only on GameStop.com, buy two, get one free on any Retro Classic software and accessories Only on GameStop.com, retro gamers can enjoy exclusive Blast from the Past bundles for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii and Wii platforms If that’s not enough, then check out GameStop’s full Cyber Monday offer at this link .
‘Resident Evil 7’ will feature cross-save support on Xbox One and PC
Resident Evil 7 has largely been marketed as a PlayStation title, but the game will feature cross-save support on Xbox One and PC when it releases next January. It's not known whether or not it will be part of Xbox Play Anywhere.
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