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The Game Awards 2020 Nominees

Full lineup of nominations for The Game Awards 2020 is revealed and some fan-favorite PS4 titles have taken over. In retrospective, gaming industry has seen major ups and downs this year because of COVID-19 pandemic worldwide and studios worked under strict working conditions to meet deadlines, yet many of these games were delayed anyway. Only weeks away from premiere, The Game Awards 2020 has revealed its lineup of nominees for various fields and PlayStation 4 -exclusive action-adventure game The Last of Us Part II from Naughty Dog is taking a lead among them all. The Game Awards 2020 Nominees RELATED: Resident Evil 3 Player Finds Use of DualSense LED Colors Nominees of all eligible categories are announced earlier today by TGA host Geoff Keighley and a full list of nominations is listed below. Game of the Year Animal Crossing: New Horizons Doom Eternal Final Fantasy VII Remake Ghost of Tsushima Hades The Last of Us Part II Best Game Direction Final Fantasy VII Remake Ghosts of Ts

State of Play: Demon's Souls Remake Showcase

SIE Worldwide Studios unveils Demon's Souls Remake gameplay sharing insights in newest State of Play episode. A classic remake of original PlayStation 3 title, upcoming action role-playing game Demon's Souls from developer Bluepoint Games and publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment has hyped up all fans for its release on PlayStation 5 . Less than a week away from release, Sony releases a brand-new episode of State of Play today that highlights bosses, characters, difficulty, gameplay, locations and other essential aspects of Demon's Souls high-definition remake. State of Play: Demon's Souls Remake Showcase RELATED: Dying Light: Anniversary Edition Announced In a 12-minute deep dive video, Sony highlights all-new PS5 gameplay features of Demon's Souls Remake . RELATED: Grand Theft Auto 5 Mod Adds Cyberpunk-Style Graphics SIE Worldwide Studios creative director Gavin Moore attempts to break down how they kept the same vibe of Demon's Souls unchanged

Ubisoft Forward Event September 2020

On second UbiForward digital event, Ubisoft showcased upcoming events, reveals, updates and much more. Following a major showcase back in July, developer/publisher Ubisoft came back with second live broadcast of Ubisoft Forward event to reveal exciting news and updates on upcoming titles on September 10, 12:00 PM PT/3:00 PM ET. Attendees are welcome to enjoy full stream on official Ubisoft website, Twitch and YouTube for exclusive in-game rewards. There will be a one-hour long pre-show before you get to all major announcements that are in store for today. Ubisoft Forward Event September 2020 RELATED: Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer Gameplay Reveal Fans worldwide are invited to latest UbiForward livestream to get a close look at games that are coming soon. RELATED: Crash Bandicoot 4 Reveals Tawna Gameplay Far Cry VR | Announced Although people were expecting to get news on Far Cry 6 , a first-look at upcoming Far Cry VR is revealed by Ub

Ubisoft Forward Event July 2020

Ubisoft streams first digital event UbiForward to showcase anticipated upcoming reveals, replacing E3 2020. Since they had to shut down E3 2020 back in March, developer/publisher Ubisoft had to come up with Ubisoft Forward digital event to share exciting news for upcoming games and delayed ones on July 12, 12:00 PM PT/3:00 PM ET. Viewers who will watch the livestream on official Ubisoft website, Twitch and YouTube can claim a free copy of Watch Dogs 2 for PC via Uplay by simply tuning in for a minute and can earn couple of Twitch Drops using a linked account. Ubisoft Forward Event July 2020 RELATED: Crysis Remastered Still Coming to Switch Ubisoft invites enthusiast fans to enjoy ongoing UbiForward stream featuring several major announcements. RELATED: Spider-Man: Miles Morales Box Art Revealed for Next-Gen Watch Dogs: Legion | Gameplay Overview Kicking-off their first ever digital show, Ubisoft shows off some in-depth breakdown of Watch Dogs:

Bloodborne Remastered May Come to PC

Sony is rumoredly working on a Bloodborne remaster for PC and PS5 to release soon, which runs at 4K/60 FPS. Fans of "Soulsborne" genre undoubtedly has a special liking for 2015 action role-playing game Bloodborne by developed by From Software and publisher Sony Computer Entertainment as one of the best PlayStation 4 -exclusives. Though there have been some rumors earlier, a latest report hints at a remastered version of Bloodborne for PC platform with major improvements is currently in works that will also be arriving on PlayStation 5 in near future. Bloodborne Remastered May Come to PC RELATED: Bloodborne Hack Lets You Play as Enemies According to YouTube channel PC Gaming Inquisition , Sony has assigned developer studio Bluepoint Games  and QLOC to develop a remaster PC port of this acclaimed ARPG that would support 4K resolution running at 60 FPS. Other than better textures, Bloodborne remaster to have faster loading time, improved model design a

State of Play: The Last of Us Part II Showcase

Naughty Dog offers an extended look at The Last of Us Part II gameplay and story in latest State of Play broadcast. Arguably one of the most talked-about games of 2020; upcoming PlayStation 4 -exclusive title The Last of Us Part II by developer Naughty Dog and publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment is less than a month away from its awaited release. Following recent showcase for Ghost of Tsushima a few weeks back, Sony has revealed a brand-new State of Play episode today featuring in-depth gameplay preview for The Last of Us sequel, which premiered earlier on Twitch and YouTube . State of Play: The Last of Us Part II Showcase RELATED: The Last of Us Part 2 New Release Date, Ghost of Tsushima Delayed TLoU2 game director Neil Druckmann breaks down gameplay details and story experience in an extended video. RELATED: The Last of Us 2 Banned in Middle East State of Play broadcast begins with a flashback to previous events and then moves to previously shown

State of Play: Ghost of Tsushima Showcase

Sucker Punch invites you to an extended look at Ghost of Tsushima gameplay in latest State of Play episode. After getting postponed for a month in favor of highly-anticipated Naughty Dog title The Last of Us Part II back in April, upcoming PlayStation 4 -exclusive action-adventure game Ghost of Tsushima is now all set to release on July 17, 2020. In recent State of Play broadcast premiered on Twitch and YouTube , developer Sucker Punch Productions and publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment has revealed brand-new footage of Tsushima that showcases new gameplay aspects. State of Play: Ghost of Tsushima Showcase RELATED: Ghost of Tsushima Delay May Have Leaked by PlayStation Canada In an extended video, Sucker Punch highlights exploration, combat, customization and more of Tsushima . RELATED: Arnold Schwarzenegger Joins Predator: Hunting Grounds During an in-depth gameplay presentation, players are given a detailed look into immersive exploration system o

Sony Shuts Down Last of Us 2 Criticism With DMCA Takedown

Videos on YouTube discussing about The Last of Us 2 leaks are being taken down by DMCA takedowns from Sony. After being hit by a massive leak in mid April, upcoming PlayStation 4 -exclusive title The Last of Us Part II from developer Naughty Dog and publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment has become one of the most divisive games of 2020. When leaked gameplay and story details of TLoU2 showed up at ResetEra gaming forum, they were taken down promptly. Going a step further, Sony is now actively trying to silence anyone discussing leaks or criticizing them on YouTube. Sony Shuts Down Last of Us 2 Criticism With DMCA Takedown RELATED: The Last of Us Part 2 New Release Date, Ghost of Tsushima Delayed Despite attempts from Sony to remove all traces of leaks from social media platforms, they were speared through re-uploads to many sites. People were still discussing about known images and story twists that Sony wanted to stop. To avoid further spreading of leaks, Sony

Resident Evil 3 Remake Player Beats Game on Hardcore Mode, No-Hit Run

YouTuber CarcinogenSDA is back at it again with a "no-hit" walkthrough run on hardcore mode for Resident Evil 3 Remake. Even if you are a fan of Resident Evil series who believes that newly released Resident Evil 3 Remake has not everyone hyped like Resident Evil 2 Remake of last year did, you have to admit that Nemesis is getting more attention than Mr. X. There are many speedrunners and series veterans out there, who are already on making playthroughs and one of them is YouTuber CarcinogenSDA , who recently uploaded a complete no damage run of RE3 Remake on hardcore mode. Resident Evil 3 Remake Player Beats Game on Hardcore Mode, No-Hit Run RELATED: Resident Evil 2 Remake Player Beats Game on Hardcore Mode, No-Hit Run Below is a full walkthrough of newly released Resident Evil 3 title by CarcinogenSDA with commentary. RELATED: Resident Evil 3 Remake Mod Adds Isabelle from Animal Crossing Aside from taking down regular Raccoon City zombies on st

Breath of The Wild Players Beats Game Using Twitch Chat

Twitch streamer PointCrow lets viewers to take control via chat and beat Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Although letting a group of fans take control of a game seems like a crazy idea for many that started with Twitch Plays interactive stream in 2014, people can eventually finish an entire playthrough over time with collective efforts. Most recently, Twitch audience has taken part in completing 2017 action-adventure game Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild . This event was planned and hosted by PointCrow, who has beaten the game lately without walking. Breath of The Wild Players Beats Game Using Twitch Chat RELATED: Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sequel Announced This time, PointCrow returned with a different idea and rigged his stream to let viewers take control via Twitch chat for every five minutes to perform various moves like backflips and parry and he would only take over at times. PointCrow takes a backseat to lead his viewers to a variety of challen

Resident Evil 3 Remake Reportedly Coming in 2020

Capcom will reportedly release Resident Evil 3: Nemesis in 2020, following success of Resident Evil 2 Remake. It has been reported and rumored several times since reveal of survival horror classic title Resident Evil 2 Remake at E3 2018 event that developer/publisher Capcom might be interested in a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis . Reported by news outlet VGC and Spawn Wave YouTube channel, Capcom has been allegedly working on development of RE3: Nemesis remake that they are planning to release next year followed by an announcement at The Game Awards 2019 . Resident Evil 3 Remake Reportedly Coming in 2020 RELATED: Capcom Teasing Resident Evil 3 Remake? In past, Spawn Wave has record of successfully leaking upcoming From Software release Elden Ring before official reveal at E3 2019 . Besides, several other sources are reporting on the same rumor as well with a bit lesser skepticism. Also, Capcom producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi mentioned earlier that they are

The Game Awards 2019 Nominees

Nominations for The Game Awards 2019 are revealed and some of the fan-favorite titles of 2019 are contender for GOTY. To look back at current year, it has been an amazing twelve months for gamers and the industry itself aside from a handful of disappointments. The Game Awards 2019 nominees are just announced with some great games of 2019. Obvious favorites like Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is challenged by a remake of 1998 classic Resident Evil 2 and then shortly before grand reveal of TGA2019 nominations, Death Stranding has joined the rivalry as a divisive entry. The Game Awards 2019 Nominees RELATED: Blair Witch Coming to PS4 A full list of nominations ranging on all important categories is listed below to celebrate great accomplishments of these nominees. Game of the Year Control Death Stranding Resident Evil 2 (2019) Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The Outer Worlds Best Action Game Apex Legends Astral Chain Call of Duty: Moder

The Outer Worlds Player Beats Game on Max Difficulty, Non-Lethal Run

YouTube gamer Kyle Hinckley took a challenge to beat The Outer Worlds in hardcore difficulty and without killing anyone. Within weeks of its worldwide release on all major platforms, sci-fi action role-playing game The Outer Worlds by developer Obsidian Entertainment and publisher Private Division has been making all sort of positive buzz in gaming world. Since the game is offering players a bucket load of choices to pursue that adds value of replayability, anyone can choose to do anything and one player among all decided to avoid violence and play like a complete pacifist. The Outer Worlds Player Beats Game on Max Difficulty, Non-Lethal Run RELATED: The Outer Worlds to Host Twitch Stream Before Release YouTuber Kyle Hinckley took a path to of peace where he keep away from killing anyone directly and see what that leads him to. If that was not already tricky enough to pull, he chose to do that in Supernova, toughest difficulty of the game. Obsidian actually allows pl