Gaming

Curse of the Moon • Eurogamer.net

Brilliant developer Inti Creates has revealed Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon, an 8-bit Castlevania-inspired spin-off of the upcoming Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. It’s out this month on Switch, 3DS, PS4, Vita, Xbox One, and PC. Inti Creates is an absolute master when it comes to authentically retro-styled action platformers. The team, founded by ten ex-Capcom employees over 20 years ...

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A (brief) history of PlayStation football • Eurogamer.net

Wesley Yin-Poole Deputy Editor @wyp100 Last night, following Manchester United’s 3-0 Champions League group game victory against Basel, manager Jose Mourinho expressed his anger at the way his side had played. The demanding Portuguese said his players played with too much confidence and, well, took the piss a bit. “We were playing fantasy football, PlayStation football, flicks,” Mourinho said. “I ...

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Sin City and had three playable races • Eurogamer.net

Did you know Obsidian originally wanted three playable races in Fallout: New Vegas? This is the part literally crossed out – struck through and coloured red – on the Fallout 3.5 treatment Obsidian CEO Feargus Urquhart showed me at the studio. “Originally we had this idea where the player would be able to choose between three races: human, ghoul and ...

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The Curse of Brotherhood headed to PS4 • Eurogamer.net

Vic Hood Contributor Enchanting puzzle-platformer Max: The Curse of Brotherhood – formerly an Xbox console exclusive – is coming to PlayStation 4 this autumn. Publisher Wired Productions and Danish developer Flashbulb Games revealed the news with an announcement trailer, which you can watch below. Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is the sequel to Max and the Magic Marker and sees ...

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The Third is now backwards compatible on Xbox One • Eurogamer.net

Jeffrey Matulef Contributor @mrdurandpierre Goofy open-world crime adventure Saints Row: The Third has been added to the Xbox One’s backwards compatible library. It’s joined by horror game Slender: The Arrival, SNES classic port Super Contra, Chair Entertainment’s twin-stick shooter Undertow, and card-based party game Monopoly Deal. Those in Japan will also receive backwards compatibility for Sega’s cult classic mech combat ...

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