Author: David Quigley

God of War has a release date

PlayStation 4 exclusive God of War has a release date, April 20, and a new story trailer. God of War will explore Norse mythology this time around, while exploring a father and son relationship with Kratos and Atreus. We’ve embedded the new trailer...

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Two Point Hospital Announced

Two Point Hospital has been revealed for a Fall release on Steam. It takes a light-hearted approach to the idea of managing a hospital, in the vein of 1997’s Theme Hospital. A pair of the creators of Theme Hospital, Gary Carr and Mark Webley, are working for the new Two Point Studios, which gives this spiritual successor its name. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6TPTiOCuVk For now, at least, it appears Two Point Hospital will be a PC exclusive. Theme Hospital did make the jump to PlayStation eventually, so it may be a possibility here as well. Two Point Hospital is being published by...

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Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered coming in March

Assassin’s Creed Rogue was the final series entry on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, releasing the same year as Assassin’s Creed Unity leapt the franchise to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The Rogue remaster is due for a March 20 release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Graphical improvements to rendering, effects, and textures are the main upgrade. It will run at 1080p on base PS4 and XB1 models, with PS4 Pro and Xbox One X supporting 4K. All previously released DLC for Rogue is also...

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2017 Game of the Year

We’re kicking off 2018 with a look back at our favorites from 2017, and starting with the big award, Game of the Year. The VGN contributors picked from their favorite games of 2017 and voted to choose the winners. We don’t get a chance to play everything, and we all have our strong personal tastes when it comes to gaming, but here’s the first of our choices. 2017 Game of the Year Runners-up: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Destiny 2 Winner: Horizon Zero Dawn Horizon Zero Dawn marked a dramatic departure from Guerrilla Games, whose past work was nearly...

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