Although many fans, including us, were expecting a full-on remaster for the original Red Dead Redemption (2010) from Rockstar Games - it turns out that what was happening behind the scenes was a port of the previous PS3 and Xbox 360-only game to modern consoles the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. The sad news, still no PC.
But also take that impressiveness with a grain of salt, as we all know how he base game definitely overpromised while underdelivering, in robotic spades. Still, what's in today's launch trailer (the new content is available now) looks mighty impressive and definitely worth at least checking out for its art-direction and space theme alone.
As more and more games look to traversal as their differentiator, we're seeing a lot of unique methods of transport come to the design fore, and in Atlas Fallen, an action-RPG from Focus Entertainment and developer Deck13 this comes by way of surfing across the game's sand-covered fantasty world.
Wargaming seemed to come out of absolutely nowhere doing its own thing and getting rich while doing it. Starting in 1998 and making its mark with the flagship World of Tanks franchise, the developer-publisher has since released more than 20 titles across all major platforms and shows no signs of slowing as we mark 25 years of outlier business and unique gameplay and service offerings.
This is all speculative information across most of the Internet at the moment, but VGC cites numerous sources from within the development community who already allegedly have dev kits for a new Nintendo console.
And its premise is exactly as its title suggests (bless the simple sim world). In Brewpub Simulator you're in charge of taking over your pop's rundown old dive with the aim to turn it into the best damn pub in town. And as a university dropout, you kind of have no excuse. Just can't get enough of these games and their setups and structures.
Setting up a wireless and wired home network can sometimes be tricky, which is why the idea of a wireless mesh system is so appealing. And with the new ASUS ROG Rapture GT6 WiFi 6 Mesh System, you've got one of the best in terms of coverage, speed, and high-end features for gamers - as outlined in our in-depth review.
The GeForce RTX 4060 is out this week, and NVIDIA let us check out the new mainstream GPU early to see what DLSS 3 brings to Cyberpunk 2077 and the still-gorgeous Night City with ray-tracing set to 'Ultra.' Benchmarking it against the previous-gen GeForce RTX 3060 and the GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER, the results are impressive.
And Valve even acknowledged the Southern Hemisphere and the fact it's actually winter here, and not summer (now all it needs to do is also acknowledge we still don't have SteamDecks here and get on that little issue). The sale starts on June 30 at 3am AEST for Aussies, and will end on July 14 at the same time.
Honestly, I am not one into divination or tarot or any of that stuff, but there's a certain charm oozing from Deconstructeam's tarot-builder and narrative adventure game, The Cosmic Wheel Sisterhood, that is almost irresistible. And today's latest trailer where we meet some its cast only solidifies that.
Initially headlined by a deep-dive into Pikmin 4, Nintendo used its latest Nintendo Direct to unveil remasters of Pikmin 1 and Pikmin 2, as well as a "visually enhanced" version of Luigi's Mansion 2. In addition to those, an updated version of the Square Enix favourite, Super Mario RPG, was also unveiled.
However, it was Super Mario: Wonder that really stole to the presentation -- an all-new 2D side-scrolling Super Mario Bros. experience and it's out later this year.
You've seen the rest, now for the Nintendo best? The month of June, previously known as E3 month, is now a scattered and staggered outlay of gaming information that spans the whole of the month, with Nintendo seemingly closing out the financial year with its own Nintendo Direct, and given it's scheduled to run at 40 minutes, we're likely to see some cool stuff.
Having been playing this build of the game for the better part of a week, I can confidently say you should be getting pretty amped over this new entry in the open-world survival genre. Overnight the team at Far From Home -- a studio made up of industry veterans -- shared the PC specs for the game alongside a new Early Access launch trailer.
If you missed our very clear desire for the upcoming Gord from developer Covenant.dev, you can find your own desire for it right now as a demo for the game has joined the seemingly millions of others filling up Steam Next Fest. And while that is a clear exaggeration on actual proceedings, our want for this game is not.
In an interview with Star Wars Outlaws' game director, Mathias Karlson, and narrative director, Navid Khavari, we asked about the structure of the open-world and if it would follow in the footsteps -- from a cadence perspective -- of other Ubisoft open-world games, to which they answered, in a nut shell 'not quite'.