50 AMP’s first title, ‘TERRARIA,’ is based on one of the top 10 best-selling video games of all time, created by RE-LOGIC, launching in September.
Founded by Grant Alter, 50 AMP PRODUCTIONS is a new publishing/ entertainment company that will be bringing some of the hottest properties to comics and graphic novels. The first project coming from 50 AMP PRODUCTIONS is based on ‘Terraria,’ which has sold over 45 million copies.
The collaboration between 50 AMP PRODUCTIONS and RE-LOGIC is not the first time ‘Terraria’ has ventured into comics.
Fighting as your favourite character has never been so popular.
The recently-released fighting game MultiVersus is racking up some impressive figures in terms of player counts. According to games statistics tracking platform tracker.gg, as spotted in PC Gamer, the game’s current total player count currently stands at a whopping 10,283,505 active players, with almost 40,000 of those online on Steam at the time of writing. It has to be said that these are incredibly impressive numbers for a game that is still currently in open beta and has only been out for around three weeks.
Griffin Davis , Tech Times 09 August 2022, 09:08 am A YouTube unboxing video leaked the unannounced Xbox Elite 2 controller. This is not the first time that the most-awaited gaming console was spotted. On Mar. 8, Microsoft’s Xbox accessory appeared in an unnamed U.S.-based retailer. The viral photo of the new Elite 2 controller circulated on various online platforms. These include Twitter, Reddit, and Facebook. In the recent image, the console’s body is white. On the other hand, its grips are color black.
Arc System Works and Atlus have released a new beta for the PC version of fighting game Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, finally adding rollback netcode to the game’s multiplayer. Check out the trailer for the new feature below. Rollback netcode is essentially a method of interpreting inputs between players in a multiplayer match that allows for predictive responses and the ability to rollback—hence the name—any action that might conflict with what players actually did. Rollback netcode is typically seen as a superior method of playing multiplayer fighting games over large distances online, since the more commonly-used delay-based netcodes ends up feeling quite bad to play owing to its nature of slowing the game down and causing input-delays.
Spider-Man Remastered is headed for the PC later this month. The once PlayStation exclusive title is now making a wider web by coming to the PC. Starting with the Spider-Man 2018, and Miles Morales (2020) to follow, fans are hyped to play the highly anticipated Spider-Man game on PC. We have gotten our first look at some Spider-Man PC Leaked Screenshots.
Spider-Man PC Leaked Screenshots – A Beautiful Menace
Spider-Man is easily one of the most anticipated titles that PC fans have been waiting to play, and while we are still a long ways away from Bloodborne, the prospect of playing Spider-Man in only a few days is exciting for some fans.
Pokemon Go will be celebrating its sixth anniversary tomorrow and the official anniversary artwork has been released to commemorate the event, seemingly leaking new characters and Pokémon that aren’t yet in the game. The artwork was drawn by the game’s character designer Yusuke Kozaki, lending more weight to the theories that these may be coming to the game soon.Pokemon Go sixth anniversary artwork charactersWhen scouring the sixth-anniversary artwork above, as posted by Pokemon Go trainer LeekDuck, players have managed to find several new characters and Pokémon who are yet to appear in the game.
The first Overwatch 2 beta went live on April 26 and smashed the game’s existing viewership records on Twitch, peaking at 1,459,208 concurrent viewers—the highest it had ever been—leading many to believe the hype for the long-awaited Blizzard sequel could carry it the distance. However, the second one, which kicked off on June 28, failed to reach those same numbers. According to SullyGnome, it peaked much lower at 98,128 concurrent viewers. A big reason for this is likely because it didn’t have any loot drops.
Gaming has gone through quite a radical change since the rather primitive days when Atari ruled the roost. We have gone from 8-bit graphics to VR and photorealistic ultra-HD such as MS Flight Simulator. But before the days of Steam and Oculus, there was a time when internet browser games were incredibly popular. Think back to the era of Newgrounds, Miniclip, and the like, when Flash plugins were king. Browser games were a brilliant way to play games on a budget, as most of these games were free and could be played on any PC that supported Flash.
Xbox Outsells PlayStation In Japan Again In A ‘Hell Freezes Over’ Scenario In this edition of “Hell Freezes Over,” we have news that the Xbox Series X and Series S have both outsold the PS5 in a place where Microsoft has always struggled: Japan. (Photo : Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) Game enthusiasts and industry personnel walk between the Microsoft XBox and the Sony PlayStation exhibits at the Annual Gaming Industry Conference E3 at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 16, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
A new Sonic Frontiers trailer was showcased during the Nintendo Direct Mini stream, firstly demonstrating what the game will look like on Nintendo Switch when it launches later in 2022, and secondly revealing new linear Cyberspace levels.
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While there’s clearly some visual cutbacks compared to the gameplay that was revealed earlier this month, Sonic Frontiers looks pretty solid on Nintendo Switch, with the ability to dash, jump and just run really fast around the mysterious island that you find the blue hedgehog on in this game.