The Action Platformer Moonscars Is Set to Arrive in September

Check out this dark and mysterious platformer!
Image is taken from the upcoming platformer Moonscars 2D platformers over the past few years have become quite the force in the world of gaming; they keep the retro mechanic but add a new and polished aesthetic that has evolved the genre for sure. Now we have another to add to the collection with a lovely little 2D action platformer called Moonscars which is launching on September 27 as well, and it will be available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam, GOG, and Humble Store.

Microsoft claims it ‘simply wouldn’t be profitable’ to make Call of Duty Xbox exclusive

Microsoft has reiterated its claim that it doesn’t have plans to make Call of Duty an Xbox exclusive should it successfully acquire Activision Blizzard.In a document sent to Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) discussing the proposed acquisition, Microsoft claims that any concerns that Call of Duty would no longer appear on PlayStation are unfounded because it ‘would simply not be profitable’ for Microsoft.’Regardless of how unsurprising Sony‘s criticism of content exclusivity is – given that PlayStation’s entire strategy has been centred on exclusivity over the years – the reality is that the strategy of retaining Activision Blizzard’s games by not distributing them in rival console shops would simply not be profitable for Microsoft,’ the company claims in the docs.

Xbox Announces Gamescom 2022 Lineup Including Pentiment And A Plague Tale: Requiem

Gamescom is just a few weeks away, and today, Xbox has announced the games it plans to bring to the biggest gaming convention in the world. Xbox confirmed its attendance last month in stark contrast to rival Sony, which is skipping Gamescom this year. Now courtesy of a new post on Xbox Wire, we know that Xbox plans to host 36 stations at Gamescom. These stations will include first-party favorites such as Grounded, Sea of Thieves, and Microsoft Flight Simulator, but also playable demos of Pentiment and Age of Empires IV.

Midnight Suns Delayed Out of October

Midnight Suns was set to be one of October’s biggest titles. However, that is no longer the case as it has officially been delayed and no new release date has been set.As noted by Video Games Chronicle, Take-Two announced the push in its earnings results, merely saying it was to ‘deliver the best possible experience for [its] fans.’ The tactical title is still coming out this fiscal year, which ends on March 31, 2023. This means that it could potentially see up to a five-month delay.According to IGN, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick said he had a ‘great deal of confidence that [they] have a wonderful title on [their] hands’ and that the teams want to ‘make sure it’s as good as it can possibly be.

Overwatch 2 will not have a third round of beta testing ahead of its launch in October

The saga of Overwatch 2 from launch until present is an interesting one in terms of scope and content throughout the years since its announcement. Initially, the game was promised to be a new game that had cross-play with the original, PvE game modes, a whole story, new competitive modes, and new heroes. Now, well, it’s a free-to-play changeover that’s affecting the original game and PvE is supposedly coming at some point in the future, and it’s asking players about skin prices that are on the high side.

On August 17, Bandai Namco will offer a free update for Tekken 7 that includes balancing changes and new strategies. A new Tekken game that is in

On August 17, Bandai Namco will offer a free update for Tekken 7 that includes balancing changes and new strategies. A new Tekken game that is in development is also hinted at in the free update announcement trailer at the end. It teases with a new render of Kazuya Mishima and says, ‘Get ready.’The Samsung One UI 5 introduces new ways for users to customize their smartphone experience, including 16 preset colour themes based on users’ wallpapers. Samsung has released the One UI 5 open beta program in the United States, Germany and South Korea.

‘They’re affecting my health’: Tyler1’s frustration with ‘bad’ League players hits new heights

Screengrab via Tyler1 on Twitch

Twitch star Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp claims his frustration with League of Legends players who aren’t on his level in public matches has gotten so bad that it’s physically making him sick. The explosive streamer has shown time and time again that he’s one of the most talented players in the non-professional scene, regardless of whether he’s playing in the top lane, mid lane, jungle, or as a support. However, he has a history of being toxic, especially when teammates let him down.

EVO 2022: Samurai Shodown will have rollback netcode and KOF XV crossplay

The EVO 2022 already started and SNK took the opportunity to make announcements about samurai showdown Y The King of Fighters XV (King of Fighters XV). As for the first of these fighting games, the company revealed that it will receive rollback netcode.

That is, it will have modifications to its online gameplay that will be beneficial to most players. All thanks to an implementation that more and more titles of the genre use.

In this way the confrontations through the Internet will be more fluid and with the least lag or delay possible.

7 Games To Play If You Like MultiVersus

The platform fighter genre has long been dominated by the Smash Bros games. The Nintendo series is so big that other similar titles always get compared to it. MultiVersus hasn’t been able to avoid those comparisons, either. Yet, the game is good enough to escape Smash Bros’ long shadow and prove that more of these types of games exist. Or, more importantly, that Smash Bros isn’t the only good one. You should know, though, that MultiVersus isn’t the only alternative to the Nintendo game. So, if you like what you’ve played of MultiVersus, maybe you want to try different games of its ilk.

Valkyrie Elysium, Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth Launching on PS4, PS5 in September

by Alex Fuller · July 6, 2022 Square Enix announced that Valkyrie Elysium will release for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on September 29, 2022. The action RPG, being developed by Soleil Ltd., will also release for PC via Steam on November 11, 2022. The console version will be available in physical and digital standard editions, with the PC version available in a digital standard edition.
In addition, the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions will get a Digital Deluxe Edition that includes 72-hours early access to the game, the in-game ‘Svartaljr: Sword of the Goddess of the Underworld’ item, and a digital copy of Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth.