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Review: Milanoir (PS4)

The boss tasked Piero with taking out a rivaling syndicate’s Lieutenant who goes by “Africana.” He’s told she frequents a brothel in a shadier sector of Milan, and he needs to go make sure she never makes it home. This is a normal Thursday night for him; Piero is used to dirty jobs, after all. If the pay is right, he’ll get the job done, and in style too. You play as Piero, an ex-convict just released from prison. While on the hunt to find the man who framed him,…

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Looks like Borderlands is getting a PC, PS4, Xbox One re-release

Tom Phillips News Editor @tomphillipsEG The original Borderlands looks like it will get a new lease of life for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One via a new Game of the Year Edition. Originally launched for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2009, a new rating for Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition has now popped up on the regularly leaky Korean Ratings Board (thanks, Gamasutra). A relaunch of the first Borderlands game makes sense. It would act as a warm-up to an all-new Borderlands 3, which developer Gearbox said…

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Westworld actor to star in live-action Sonic the Hedgehog film

James Marsden will star in Sega’s yes-it’s-really-happening Sonic the Hedgehog film, Variety reports. Currently appearing in Westworld, you may also know Marsden as Cyclops in X-Men. And he once appeared in an episode of Saved by the Bell: The New Class. Paramount has already dated the Sonic the Hedgehog film – it’s coming 15th September 2019, mark your calendars – although we know nothing of the plot, or who might be playing the ‘hog himself. About all we do know is that it’s a live-action/CGI hybrid, and that Deadpool director…

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Report: Fallout 76 Is Not a Traditional Single Player Role-Playing Game

Fallout 76 was announced with a cracking trailer this week, prompting many to believe that a traditional post-apocalyptic campaign is on the way. That’s not true according to Kotaku, who spoke with a trio of unnamed Bethesda employees: it’s an online survival game inspired by the likes of DayZ and ARK: Survival Evolved instead. The ever-reliable Jason Schreier reports that the title started life as an experimental multiplayer mode for Fallout 4, and just evolved from there. The base-building from the core game will return, and there’ll be a storyline…

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20 years later, fans uncover never-before-seen Pokémon left on the cutting room floor

An early version of Pokémon Gold and Silver, featuring dozens of Pokémon cut from the final release, has been found by fans and posted online. The build comes from Nintendo’s Space World promotional event all the way back in November 1997. Fans over at the The Cutting Room Floor have been poring over the discovery, and have found numerous unused designs still lingering in its code. The leak has astonished many Pokémon fans. The build includes alternate, unfinished versions of familiar locations and work-in-progress Pokémon designs kept under wraps for…

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Sega Mega Drive Classics’ new Steam VR support puts you back in the 90s

Sega has just updated its retro gaming hub, Sega Mega Drive and Genesis Classics, on Steam, introducing a host of welcome new features – including two-player online multiplayer and, rather wonderfully, VR support. Sega Mega Drive and Genesis Classics’ full list of new features is surprisingly extensive, starting with the aforementioned two-player online support for previously local-only multiplayer games, such as Streets of Rage, and going onto include leaderboards and a whole lot mroe. VR support, for instance, places you into the retro collection’s central hub – which, in a…

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Lego DC Super Villains is coming this October, and there’s a trailer

TT Games is taking its long-running Lego series down a dark path with the announcement of Lego DC Super Villains, coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC and Switch on October 16th. As its name makes clear, Lego DC Super Villains ditches superheroes and focusses its attention – in typically flamboyant, slapstick style – on the ever-appealing miscreants that make their lives a constant misery. “Justice League has disappeared,” explains publisher Warner Bros, “leaving Earth’s protection to a newcomer group of heroes from a parallel universe, proclaiming themselves as the ‘Justice…

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Media Molecule’s Dreams Is Absurdly Innovative

The PlayStation Blog crew may be paid to promote Sony products, but you can hear in this Dreams-themed episode of PS Underground that they’re genuinely flabbergasted by what’s possible in Media Molecule’s upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive. This new video featuring bigwig Mark Healey may not reveal anything particularly new, but it’s bonkers seeing these creation tools come together. Truly, jaw-droppingly bonkers. There’s only 25 minutes here, but the video shows off everything from basic environment construction all the way through to music composition. It’s just insane what’s possible here –…

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