Month: May 2020

Square Enix has said that it is “pleased” with Final Fantasy VII Remake‘s initial shipment of 3.5 million units, especially since the publisher produced fewer physical copies due to the Coronavirus outbreak. In his financial presentation for the fiscal year ended March 31, president Yosuke Matsuda said that physical sales were below expectations due to
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Assassin’s Creed fans rejoiced when it was revealed that the franchise’s beloved hidden blade is making a return in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. However, they instantly noticed that something was off: the hidden blade wasn’t exactly hidden because it can be seen on the upper part of the protagonist’s wrist as opposed to being concealed at
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Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Jim Ryan recently said that although the company will continue to support the PlayStation 4, it understandably has plans to release games that can “really only be enjoyed on the PS5” when the console launches. This approach is nothing new but considering Microsoft’s stance on cross-gen games and the PS4’s massive install
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PlayStation Network has had its fair share of troubles in the past. From technical breakdowns to major hacks, players have seen it all. However, criticisms of PSN’s reliability, or lack thereof, should now be “consigned to history.” That’s according to Sony Interactive Entertainment boss Jim Ryan, who reminded naysayers that the PSN stood strong amidst
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