Blasphemous is a perfectly competent "Souls-like" game, but while it's high on stark beauty and vicious violence, it comes up short on substance.
Articles by Connor Trinske
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After it was revealed this week that Insomniac Games has been purchased by Sony, the developer has come out to address fans on the matter.
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Sega officially confirms the existence of the Yakuza Remastered Collection, which will include remasters of Yakuza 3, 4 and 5 on PlayStation 4.
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A new cosmetic mod for The Witcher 3 on Nexus Mods gives Geralt of Rivia a new face and body, although they technically belong to someone else.
The latest press release from THQ Nordic says Deep Silver is moving forward with the TimeSplitters IP, now with the help of one of its creators.
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The University of California at Irvine announces a brand new scholarship program for students who are dedicating themselves to Super Smash Bros.
An exceptionally upset attendee at Chinese gaming expo ChinaJoy has decided to show his hatred for Genshin Impact and Sony in a very expensive way.
Someone at Capcom has gotten a little too excited and leaked the next three DLC characters for Street Fighter 5 before they could be unveiled at Evo.
If the Trump administration goes through with another round of tariffs in the ongoing US/China trade war, Sony's consumers may have to suffer for it.