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MediEvil Gets “Changing One’s Perspective” Trailer


Discover how players will view things from a new perspective with the latest trailer for Other Ocean Emeryville and Sony Interactive Entertainment’s MediEvil.

The second volume of “A Bonehead’s Guide to Gallowmere,” this video shows the new “Dan Cam” in action. This over-the-shoulder perspective allows players to see enemies coming from a mile away, more easily find keys, and how it even helps when interacting with allies.

You can view it below:

MediEvil – Changing One’s Perspective | PS4

According to the development team, level geometry from the original release was extracted from the original MediEvil title and put into the remake’s engine to serve as a reference for elements. Note that though the protagonist has new lines recorded, all other in-game dialogue has been recycled from the original release.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 on October 25.

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MediEvil Gets “Changing One’s Perspective” Trailer

Discover how players will view things from a new perspective with the latest trailer for Other Ocean Emeryville and Sony Interactive Entertainment’s MediEvil

Ocelot Jugular Now Available in GTA Online

Hit the streets of San Andreas in style – Rockstar Games announced today that the Ocelot Jugular is now available in GTA Online

Judge Magister Gabranth Now Playable in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Originally making an appearance in Final Fantasy XII, Judge Magister Gabranth is now available as DLC for Square Enix and Team Ninja’s Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Moons of Madness Launching October 22

Ahead of Halloween, Funcom and Rock Pocket Games announced today that Moons of Madness will launch on October 22 for the PC

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Pride Run Review

Steam Factory, Hard Ton, IV Productions, and Green Man Gaming Publishing have taken their show on the road with the LGBTQ+ parade title Pride Run. Part rhythm game, part RTS, should you move to the groove as you spread peace and love to the world?

Pride Run Review

Leading a parade of absolutely massive proportions is no small feat – you have to keep to the beat, get the crowd riled up, and avoid any and all haters. Pride Run offers two different modes that allow you to make a scene in the form of “Vanilla” and “Play Hard.” The hunt for a high score across different cities might be the same between the two, but each one provides a wildly different experience.

For the more traditional among us, Vanilla offers up a rhythm game that is what players have come to expect from the genre. Button cues mapped to the face of the controller scroll from right to left, ultimately landing on the Pride Ray. Players must hit the buttons when the time is right, hitting them in succession and generating a large combo in the process.

This mode proves to be relatively inoffensive, but it plays things a little too safe. Those weaned on Konami’s Bemani line will be breezing their way through large combos for the entirety of the game. Though there are multiple button presses and button prompts that must be held down for a set period of time, those who have any sort of experience with rhythm games best crank it up to “Queen,” or Hard mode.

However, Party Hard tries something new with the genre and manages to provide a refreshing experience. Taking the form of an RTS-style game, players will plan out the intricacies of each parade. Players must make use of the analog sticks to guide different groups to specific zones, and then hit a series of button presses to get them to do an action. Bears can serve as a shield against haters like Neo-Nazis and the KKK, while Leaders can speed things up should the area get a little hairy. There’s also the chance to bring in new followers from the crowd, and deal with certain threats through button prompts.

It might sound like a lot to manage, but it all becomes second nature in due time. There is a fair amount of depth to be found here, and Pride Points can be earned to get fresh blood into your loadouts. If one is looking for the definitive Pride Run experience, one should dive headfirst into this mode.

Both Vanilla and Party Hard share the Boss Fight system at the end of each parade march. These battles put players up against the biggest pride enemies in town – we’re talking fellows like Trump and Putin lookalikes. The only way to show them the light is with a dance duel. Involving a series of minigames and button presses, the mechanics found here could use a fair amount of work.

While on the offensive, players must choose from one of three different attacks, but the button strings needed to activate them only worked about two-thirds of the time. The same goes with the minigames – choosing the biggest number in a bunch …

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[Giveaway] Win a PC game

Good morning friends gamers! How about winning a free PC game?

If you follow us diligently you already know that Mortal Kombat 11 and Battlefield 5 are free through the weekend, but if you want more, we propose you to win a game on PC.

Yes, and you will choose which one among a selection that we have concocted. You have the chance of winning one of these five games: GRID, the DLC Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince, Borderlands 3, or Ghost Recon: Breakpoint.

Participating in the giveaway is quite simple; just go to the page of the game of your choice in our comparator, among those proposed. Then, leave us a comment on the game page explaining why you would like to play it. We moderate comments, so be creative, a simple “I participate” will not be taken into account. The same applies to comments left under this article.

A winner will be drawn and will be able to choose a game among the five proposed in the form of a CD key for PC.

The contest will end Thursday, October 17 at 21h. The winner will be contacted directly by email.

Good luck to everyone !

GRID Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Trine 4      Borderlands 3 Ghost Recon: Breakpoint

* The games to be won are PC games in dematerialized form, DLcompare reserves the right to choose the DRM for the CD keys put into play (Steam, Epic Games, Origin, Xbox Live, etc.)

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Legend of Keepers launches a free demo to celebrate its early success

Sometimes games manage to attract the attention of a multitude of players even much earlier than its development is finished. This is the case of Legend of Keepers: Career of a Dungeon Master, an indie strategy game from Goblinz Studio that mixes role-playing and rogue-like elements to create a fascinating experience. The game has already surpassed the 50,000 wishlist mark on Steam, and to celebrate it the developers have released a demo version of the game that you can play for free on PC.

With the name of Legend of Keepers: Prologue, this demo of Legend of Keepers: Career of a Dungeon Master will allow you to discover the main mechanics of this dungeon managing strategy game. The game is still on its alpha stage but it will provide you with a couple of hours of entertainment and hopefuly, it will help the creators to get some feedback that could be very useful in the following stages of development.

The story of Legend of Keepers: Career of a Dungeon Master reminds us of other games like Dungeons or Dungeon Keeper, but the gameplay mechanics are very different. In this game, you will play as a dungeon master hired by the Dungeons Company to protect their dungeons from being plundered by pesky adventures. To do so, you will have at your disposal an array of traps and spells, but also a wide range of monsters that you can use to defend the dungeons. Each of the monsters has unique abilities, and using them in the appropriate way is your best option to defeat the heroes that will intrude on your dungeons.

But Legend of Keepers: Career of a Dungeon Master is a management game too, and dealing with unexpected events and controlling your resources will keep you occupied when you are not fighting. You will have to plan your strategy against each group of heroes and then play a sort of reverse dungeon crawler where you try to destroy the adventurers.

Legend of Keepers: Career of a Dungeon Master – Gameplay

If you want to learn more about what Legend of Keepers: Career of a Dungeon Master has to offer you can visit Steam and play Legend of Keepers: Prologue for free.

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These are the final system specs needed to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be available very soon. Recently, we have seen different news about the gameplay modes and other aspects of the game that have given us some insight into what we should expect when it’s released. Even though we had an idea of the requirements needed due to the beta events, one of the key pieces of information that was to be confirmed is the system specs needed to play the game on PC, and Infinity Ward has finally detailed those.

They are not very different than the ones that were required to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare during the different beta phases that have been available for some players during the last weeks, but now you can check a few different configurations more that give you a better idea of what kind of performance you can expect to have while playing the game depending on your hardware. Those include the system specs required to play with maximum FPS and to make the best use of the Ray Tracing technology.

Minimum requirements
  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit (SP1) or Windows 10 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i3-4340 or AMD FX-6300
  • GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTX 670 / Nvidia Geforce GTX 1650 or AMD Radeon HD 7950
  • DirectX 12.0 compatible system
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Storage: 175GB
  • Internet: Broadband Internet connection
Recommended (60fps, medium settings)
  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K or AMD Ryzen R5 1600X
  • GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTX 970 / Nvidia Geforce GTX 1660 or AMD Radeon R9 390 / AMD Radeon RX 580
  • DirectX 12.0 compatible system
  • RAM: 12GB
  • Storage: 175GB
  • Internet: Broadband Internet connection
Competitive (144fps)
  • OS: Windows 10 64 Bit
  • CPU: Intel i7-8700K or AMD Ryzen 1800X
  • GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 / RTX 2070 Super or Radeon RX Vega 64
  • DirectX 12 compatible system
  • RAM: 16GB
  • Storage: 175GB available hard drive space
  • Internet: Broadband Internet connection
Recommended ray tracing
  • OS: Windows 10 64 Bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K or AMD Ryzen R5 1600X
  • GPU: Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060
  • DirectX 12 compatible system
  • RAM: 16GB
  • Storage: 175GB
  • Internet: Broadband Internet connection
Ultra ray tracing (4K)
  • OS: Windows 10 64 Bit
  • CPU: Intel i7-9700K or AMD Ryzen 2700X
  • GPU: Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080 Super
  • DirectX 12 compatible system
  • RAM: 16GB
  • Storage: 175GB
  • Internet: Broadband Internet connection

After revealing those, Infinity Ward has been forced to clarify that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare won’t really need 175GB of available hard drive space, at least at launch. The space needed will probably reach that huge amount later when more content is released, so make sure that you have enough room in your hard drive.

The release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is scheduled for October 25 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, but if you are playing on a console, you don’t need to worry about the technical stuff.

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Indivisible Review

Raising over $2,000,000 on Indiegogo, Lab Zero Games and 505 Games’ Indivisible combines a passion for artistic quality with an innovative take on the sidescrolling platform genre. Blending turn-based RPG combat, thrilling platforming, and an intriguing tale of self discovery and growth, does Indivisible live up to its high expectations?

Indivisible Review

Indivisible follows the journey of Ajna, a feisty and rebellious teen used to the quiet trappings of village life. With her only duty to attend training under her watchful father, she’s argumentative, lacks understanding, and is entirely convinced she knows everything – the perfect teenager.

It doesn’t take long for Ajna’s way of life to fall under threat as the evil warlord Ravannanar’s forces burn her village to the ground, laying the foundations for a journey of vengeance and redemption. Following the catastrophe, Ajna wakes with the rather peculiar ability of absorbing potential allies. Not so much in a Majin Buu kinda way, more of a friendlier absorption that let’s allies accompany you on your journey, all while living a fruitful existence in Ajna’s Inner Mind.

Indivisible Review

Indivisible is everyone’s most hated poker player; it goes all in, straight from the word go. Immediately after beginning the game, you’re exposed to a level of artistic quality and execution seldom seen in the fast and frantic style of today’s industry. The game looks gorgeous, from the characters to the animations and environments. Every step of the journey is charming, heartwarming, and filled to the brim with character. Much of the same can be said about the soundtrack; it is expertly crafted by Hiroki Kikuta, and is arguably some of his best work.

If based on artistic merit alone, it would be tough to criticize Indivisible’s carefully crafted and passionately wrapped package. You will struggle to find something as visually and audibly complete as Indivisible. Alas, there’s more to this glorious pudding than just the sweet icing on top.

Dragging my finger through the top layer, taking that first satisfying lick immediately sent my expectations soaring, and stepping into the wider world didn’t totally disappoint. Indivisible’s platforming elements are solid, and all of the correct ingredients are there. The controls are fluid, responsive, and (most importantly), accurate. The platforming aspects evolve and grow throughout the journey, adding more complexity and challenges to navigation as you progress.

Indivisible Review

While screwing up the final jump in a complex labyrinth of calculations and split-second decisions is frustrating – sometimes massively frustrating – the gratifying feeling of satisfaction when you finally pull it off makes every difficult hurdle failed and every jump miscalculated worth every attempt. Much of the game shiess away from the more complicated aspects of platforming, opting instead to challenge the player with combat and exploration, but rarely do these aspects compare to the thrill of the run and jump.

Indivisible leads the charge for the genre in terms of its delivery, challenge, and artistic design, but it’s not afraid to step away from the traditional staples of the genre. Combat arrives in two distinct phases: the real-time action element takes place as you explore, running through new areas, leaping to new heights and taking swipes at anything in your path. Once engaged with an enemy, the almost turn-based style combat comes into …

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[Review] Deliver Us The Moon

Deliver Us The Moon is a sci-fi thriller developed by independent studio KeoKeN Interactive. Partially funded through Kickstarter, the game was originally set to launch in 2016, but Deliver Us The Moon has finally been released on Steam today.

Some of the backers have been able to play parts of the game from 2018 but for the rest of us, the wait to finally see the final version of Deliver Us The Moon has been a bit longer. As in life, there is no point in running, and KeoKeN Interactive has done well taking its time with the development because the game they give us today is a true gem. We’ve been able to test it, and we’ll talk about it right away.

Not all heroes wear cloaks.

Deliver Us The Moon, that’s exactly what you’ll have to do. It all begins in the not-so-distant future of 2030. The Earth is undergoing an unprecedented energy crisis, and climate change is leaving humanity with a dark future if it still has one. In this context, the WSA (World Space Agency), which has been created to overcome the crisis, decided to colonize the moon to extract a resource, helium 3, to save humanity. Thanks to a microwave energy transmission system, or MPT, this energy is sent to the Earth. But in 2054, a general cut-off occurs, leaving humanity without resources. While all communication is broken with the lunar team, a group of alumni of the WSA managed the feat of setting up a mission, and they manage to build a rocket with very limited resources to go there and discover what that could have happened. You are in charge of this mission, of course.

Deliver Us The Moon – Pearson Space Station

It is in this context that Deliver Us The Moon begins. The most interesting thing about the setting is that although this is a science-fiction game, this scenario is more than believable. Indeed, climate change is now at work, and helium 3 is also something very real. We can actually find large quantities of it on the Moon, so much that today some experts are very serious about the exploitation of this resource. This context greatly contributes to the immersion of the player.

Immersion is the great strength of Deliver Us The Moon. Sent alone to investigate, the feeling of loneliness that emerges is quite powerful. The game manages to entice you, not only with its environment, which recreates an abandoned and dark space base, but also with his music that accurately accentuates the action.

Deliver Us The Moon – Wilson is alone

Keep your cool!

In terms of gameplay, Deliver Us The Moon offers a simple but effective formula. Being a game of exploration above all, you will have to progress through diverse lunar structures in order to reconstruct the sequence of events. But as you move into abandoned places, you will have to solve some puzzles. For example, you may need to find a source of energy to turn on the power and enter a certain area. You will also have some tools at your disposal, like the flashlight, which is very useful in an abandoned station, or a laser, which allows you to overcome a …

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Ocelot Jugular Now Available in GTA Online


Hit the streets of San Andreas in style – Rockstar Games announced today that the Ocelot Jugular is now available in GTA Online.

Those looking to pick up this sweet pair of wheels can head over to Legendary Motorsport.

King of the Hill is also making its way to GTA Online. In this mode, 16 aspiring monarchs across two to four teams as they all wrestle for royal ascension. Seven different maps are available, and players can net themselves Double GTA$ and RP from now through October 16 in this mode.

Players will also be able to get Double GTA$ & RP on all Client Jobs until October 16. If that’s not enough, Special Cargo Sell Missions will pay out a generous 2X GTA$ this week.

For those diving into Red Dead Redemption 2, those that link their Social Club account with both GTAV and RDR2 can log into GTA Online before December 12 can get an exclusive tint of the Slaughter Mask in Red Dead Online. Note that this mask will automatically be sent to your Wardrobe.

All players that give the Diamond Casino & Resort’s Lucky Wheel a spin can get the chance to win the grand prize of the Principe Deveste Eight. Of course, GTA$, RP, and clothing can also be yours. Make sure to pay a visit to the Casino Store as well, which features exclusive goodies on sale this week that includes limited-edition clothing and artworks.

Players can also net themselves the following discounts this week:

  • Benefactor Terrorbyte – 40% off
  • Special Cargo Warehouses – 40% off
  • Progen Emerus (Super) – 25% off
  • Ocelot Pariah (Sports) – 35% off
  • Enus Paragon R (Sports) – 35% off
  • Grotti Turismo R (Super) – 35% off
  • Karin Sultan RS (Super) – 35% off
  • Dewbauchee Specter (Sports) – 35% off
  • Vapid GB200 (Sports) – 35% off
  • Annis Elegy Retro Custom (Sports) – 35% off
  • Vehicle Armor – 40% off
  • Bulletproof Tires – 40% off
  • All Ammo – 40% off
  • Body Armor – 40% off

Finally, Twitch Prime members that have linked their Twitch and Rockstar Games Social Club accounts before October 6 can claim their free Master Penthouse. These players can also purchase the Lago Zancudo Bunker and Fort Zancudo Hangar 3499 for a rebate on each property after purchase. In addition, they can take an extra 10% off all of the previously listed vehicle and amenity discounts, along with 75% off the Cheval Taipan and Overflod Autarch hypercar.

Source: Press Release
Ocelot Jugular Now Available in GTA Online

Hit the streets of San Andreas in style – Rockstar Games announced today that the Ocelot Jugular is now available in GTA Online

Judge Magister Gabranth Now Playable in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Originally making an appearance in Final Fantasy XII, Judge Magister Gabranth is now available as DLC for Square Enix and Team Ninja’s Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Moons of Madness Launching October 22

Ahead of Halloween, Funcom and Rock Pocket Games announced today that Moons of Madness will launch on October 22 for the PC

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Judge Magister Gabranth Now Playable in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT


Originally making an appearance in Final Fantasy XII, Judge Magister Gabranth is now available as DLC for Square Enix and Team Ninja’s Dissidia Final Fantasy NT.

Born Noah fon Ronsenburg, Judge Magister Gabranth demonstrates a ruthless and cruel demeanor in the original title. His allegiance lies wholly with the Empire.

Gabranth’s fighting style pays host to six different exclusive EX skills and two common EX skills. These abilities include Shield Oath, Prison of Vengeance, and others, and can be used to bolster his allies.

See him in action below:

DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT – Gabranth Reveal Trailer

The “Gabranth Starter Pack” for the title will include this character, along with three alternate appearances and three weapons. Additional special chat messages have also been included.

The game is now available for the PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam.

Source: Press Release
Judge Magister Gabranth Now Playable in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Originally making an appearance in Final Fantasy XII, Judge Magister Gabranth is now available as DLC for Square Enix and Team Ninja’s Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Moons of Madness Launching October 22

Ahead of Halloween, Funcom and Rock Pocket Games announced today that Moons of Madness will launch on October 22 for the PC

New Sennheiser Headset Offers 100 Hours Of Wireless Gaming

Sennheiser today announced the release of the highly anticipated GSP 370 Wireless Gaming Headset, a low-latency, cable-free, wireless headset and microphone that works with most major console brands

Galarian Ponyta Highlighted in New Pokemon Shield Trailer

Get a closer look at the Galarian form of Ponyta with the latest trailer for Nintendo and Game Freak’s Pokemon Shield

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Moons of Madness Launching October 22


Ahead of Halloween, Funcom and Rock Pocket Games announced today that Moons of Madness will launch on October 22 for the PC.

In this title, players take control of Chief Engineer Shane Newehart, who is stationed on a research facility on Mars. However, things quickly start going wrong, and players must find a way to get out in one piece. Note that it is set in the same thematic universe as The Secret World, but can be enjoyed as a standalone title.

To go alongside this news, a new launch trailer has been released. You can view it below:

Moons of Madness – Launch Date Announcement Trailer

According to Rock Pocket Games CEO Ivan Moen:

“We wanted to make a game that combines Lovecraftian elements and Mars exploration, and central to a good Lovecraft experience is the battle that goes on in your own mind. You will face external threats, sure, but having to face your inner demons at the same time is what makes this truly terrifying.”

Note that the title will launch on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 21, 2020.

Source: Press Release
Moons of Madness Launching October 22

Ahead of Halloween, Funcom and Rock Pocket Games announced today that Moons of Madness will launch on October 22 for the PC

New Sennheiser Headset Offers 100 Hours Of Wireless Gaming

Sennheiser today announced the release of the highly anticipated GSP 370 Wireless Gaming Headset, a low-latency, cable-free, wireless headset and microphone that works with most major console brands

Galarian Ponyta Highlighted in New Pokemon Shield Trailer

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Legendary Bounty Sergio Vicenza Coming to Red Dead Online

Military defector and skilled sharpshooter Sergio Vicenza has made his way to Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online – learn more about this Legendary Bounty coming to the game this week

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