Lost Judgment has leaked on the PlayStation Store ahead of its official reveal later today. VGC reports Japanese Twitter user @kenichiro_taka spotted Lost Judgment on the PlayStation 5 store, but pulled their tweet as it began to spread. The store page listed Lost Judgment as coming out on 24th September in Japan. This is no doubt the game a countdown website from Sega is hinting at. This website emerged alongside the recent release of Judgment on PS5, Xbox Series X and S, and Google Stadia. It's currently counting down to "Judgment Day", 7th May. That's today! Expect more at 3pm. The Yakuza spin-off first came out as a PlayStation 4-exclusive back in 2019. "[T]his isn't the best place to start if you want to get into Yakuza - and, if you're more familiar with the series, this is more a slight curio than any indication of where the future output of the Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio lies," Martin said in Eurogamer's original Judgment review . "Maybe you'll find clues nestled … [Read more...] about Lost Judgment leaks on PlayStation Store ahead of official reveal
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The latest box office numbers for the United States have arrived, and Demon Slayer and Mortal Kombat finished in the top two positions, in that order. Right up front it bears mentioning that the pandemic continues to impact the box office and its results, so these numbers and analysis should be viewed in part through that lens. Demon Slayer made $6.4 million to land at the No. 1 position, bringing its total to $32.2 million in the US. Mortal Kombat, meanwhile, added $6.2 million to boost its total to $34 million after just 10 days. The films each crashed week-over-week, with Demon Slayer dropping by 73% and Mortal Kombat tumbling by 70% in terms of their weekend box office hauls in the US. Deadline , which supplied all the numbers, said this may be attributable to how the movies had a "limited wide appeal," so their results might have been overly front-loaded. No major tentpole movie was released in the US this past weekend, and that meant the overall moviegoing audience was … [Read more...] about Demon Slayer, Mortal Kombat Rule The Box Office In The US
You have another shot to win your very own set of custom Xbox Series X controllers themed after Bethesda's biggest games, but you'd better get playing if you want to win. As spotted by TrueAchievements , The April contest will give a full set of seven customized controllers - valued at about $400 for a set - to the five players who rack up the most achievement points while playing titles in Xbox Game Pass' Bethesda Softworks Collection. That's 20 games in all, including Fallout 4, Skyrim, Doom, and all kinds of other stuff - you won't be lacking for variety as you farm achievement scores late into the night. The competition only applies to those games on Xbox, so don't try to double up with the PC versions, and you must be an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate member to participate. Microsoft will pick the five top-scoring participants in supported regions as of April 31. You can peruse all of the contest's official rules and regulations here . Microsoft doesn't appear to have any … [Read more...] about Play Bethesda games on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and win these custom controllers
Returnal , the latest PS5 exclusive from arcade shooter experts Housemarque, might seem like a familiar game initially. With its rougelite structure, traditional third-person action, and creepy atmosphere, it's easy to think of comparisons and mashups of existing titles like Hades, Control, and Metroid. Like most rouguelites too, Returnal's fun is found in developing skills through failure, with each run teaching you something new. It can help to go in with a little guidance, especially if you're finding the opening hours particularly challenging. Here are some tips that will help you get up to speed with Returnal's pace, and explain some of its more obscure mechanics to save you some time. For our full thoughts about Returnal, be sure to read our full review . Otherwise, read on and discover our essential tips. Don't Stop Moving Housemarque is departing from its traditional 2D arcade shooter roots with Returnal, but that doesn't mean it hasn't brought with it the same … [Read more...] about Returnal Survival Guide: Essential Tips & Tricks To Know Before Playing
There's a very sci-fi haunting at the heart of The Signifier: Director's Cut. Instead of pursuing spirits in dark houses to find out what happened to them; you're playing back AI-constructed brain scans and exploring the memories they contain for much the same reason. The two might not sound that much alike but both involve watching echoes of people long gone and trying to fill in the gaps. Who was this digital spirit? Why did they die? Spiritual artifacts It's the way that these memories are articulated that really make The Signifier feel special though. The AI reconstructions of the dead woman's memories are glitchy and warped in recognizable ways and feel like bad 3D scans full of low res textures and geometry, that undulate based on the detail of the recollection. The more vivid or important the moment, the higher the fidelity, while some unimportant room corner might be little more than a picture of a room corner if it wasn't a big focus of an event. The idea might be pure … [Read more...] about Have you tried…playing The Matrix meets The Haunting of Bly Manor in The Signifier: Director’s Cut?