Monthly Archives: October 2021

10 extremely delayed games that turned out to be great anyway

For those of us who don’t have a working knowledge of game development, the process is indistinguishable from magic. From a void, a sumptuous imaginary environment is conjured up, alive with possibilities and interacting systems. Imagine trying to set a date for the duration of this process. And yet the developers do, and we take them to heart. And then ...

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Gurman: Apple plans to launch an “expensive” mixed reality device in 2022

In its latest edition of Light up bulletin, Bloomberg Mark Gurman talks about Apple’s long-rumored mixed reality device that could finally launch as early as next year. This is not the first time that Gurman has reported on this mixed reality device. Apple has been planning one for a few years now and it looks like it’s almost ready to ...

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Id Software is recruiting, maybe for a new Quake?

Zenimax’s website currently has a bunch of job opportunities at the Texas branch of id Software, and several of them mention that the posts will be involved in “the development of a long-standing iconic action FPS.” Assuming Wolfenstein sticks with Machine Games and Rage with Avalanche, that leaves Doom and Quake as the only id games that fit the bill, ...

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Corpse Day (2021) – Destructoid

Who would have guessed that the irregularly spaced composition could be so terrifying My first experience with Corpse Day was, apparently, back in 2011 on the PSP. I would swear it was a few years earlier, but I guess I’m wrong. It pissed me off so much that I don’t think I passed the first chapter. But here I am, ...

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ICYMI: Apple’s New MacBook Pros Have (Almost) Everything You Would Want

All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through any of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. This week we tested new flagship smartphones, powerful laptops and much improved headphones. Devindra Hardawar has reviewed the latest 14- and 16-inch ...

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Laura E. Hall explains how escape rooms are more like video games than you might think

On the subject of escape rooms – the mysterious places that have popped up everywhere in recent years – few are as knowledgeable as Laura E. Hall. She was there, did it and literally wrote the book on it. The book in question, Plan your escape, aims to transmit part of its escape expertise to all those looking to perfect ...

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Sony Now Releases PC Games Under PlayStation PC LLC

Join the leaders of online gaming at GamesBeat Summit Next on November 9-10. Learn more about what comes next. Sony renames its PC publishing label on Steam to “PlayStation PC LLC”. This reflects his intentions to put even more of his games on Valve’s platform in the future. The name “PlayStation PC LLC“appears in place of” PlayStation Mobile “on various ...

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Japan to lift 10,000-person cap for major events from November 1 as virus cases drop

Japan on Thursday decided to lift the 10,000-person cap at large-scale events on November 1, as new cases of COVID-19 decline steadily across the country, a government official said. In late September, when the previous state of emergency was lifted, the government imposed a ceiling of 10,000 people at major sites in 27 prefectures, including Tokyo, as a one-month transitional ...

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An impeccable copy of Super Mario Bros. 2 sells for $ 88,000 at a real estate sale

through: Gregory Raucoules, Nexstar News Wire Posted: Oct 28, 2021 / 8:01 PM EDT / Update: Oct 28, 2021 / 8:01 PM EDT A 9.8A + rated copy of Super Mario Bros. 2 recently auctioned for $ 88,550. Photo: Harritt Group Inc. KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WATE) – A sealed copy of the 1988 Super Mario Bros. video game. 2 sold for ...

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Steam Halloween Sale Discounts on Scary Games Like Fall Guys, Golf With Your Friends and Crash Bandicoot

As is an annual tradition, Steam holds its Halloween Sale, offering a plethora of games across its extensive catalog. There are so many games on sale, too many to list, in fact, that we’ll highlight a few worth considering to consider choosing that also match the Halloween theme (unlike what is mentioned in our title). Nonetheless, several horror-free games are ...

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