PlayStation Classic: Must-Have or dust collector?

At this year’s Tokyo Game Show, Sony announced, to the great delight of many nostalgics (and those who still want to become nostalgics), to celebrate the 20th anniversary of PlayStation in style with an HDMI-enabled mini version of its classic, including two dozen pre-installed games. Now it is also known which games these will be, so it is high time to take a look and discuss the question: Is the purchase of the PlayStation Classic worthwhile at all?

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Red Dead Online Beta – Tips & Feedback

The Red Dead Online Beta is officially available for all players of Red Dead Redemption 2 since last Friday. Rockstar has already received a lot of feedback from the community and work is continuing on the balance and fine-tuning to ensure that it is a fun and rewarding online experience for all players.

So if you would like to participate, you can send your feedback to the developers at reddeadonline.com/feedback.

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Fallout 76 Gameplay

For over a week now, Bethesda’s spin-off of the Fallout series, Fallout 76, has been available for immersion. After the beta disaster, where by clicking on “Play” all game files were deleted as if by magic, the servers were already online for everyone before 14 November. And we’re not talking about super mutants here (only).

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Diablo III – Eternal Collection under test

If you talk or write about a common hobby, comparisons with familiar information are a good way to save time and allow the listeners/readers a quicker start. In the area of computer and video games, (new) titles are therefore often compared with genre sizes in order to explain gameplay and game direction more quickly. When it comes to the classic Dungeon Crawler, the Diablo series is used according to its popularity – especially the current, albeit no longer entirely new, offshoot Diablo III. So what does a poor game editor do when it comes to the genre itself, which is now available for Nintendo’s Switch? Compare Diablo with Diablo with? Why not…

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) in December also for PS4

The Battle Royale game arrives in time for PlayStation 4 holidays with exclusive Uncharted- and The Last of Us-designed in-game content and limited pre-order packages.

PUBG Corporation (PUBG Corp.) announced that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be released on December 7 for the Sony PlayStation 4. PUBG can now be pre-ordered from PlayStation Store and participating retailers. Certain bundles are only available to pre-orderers.

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Call of Cthulhu under test

The French developer Cyanide Studios dares to take on the legacy of H.P. Lovecraft and confronts us in Call of Cthulhu with the dark hustle and bustle of the big old ones. Following the rules of the popular Pen and Paper, we accompany the failed and alcoholic detective Edward Pierce on his surreal descent into the abysses of madness. To solve the strange death of the Hawkins family he goes to Dark Island. What Edward Pierce doesn’t know: the island and its inhabitants hold a terrible secret: Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn – In his house in R´lyeh lies and dreams the dead Cthulhu!

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