Stardew Valley Will Support Multiplayer On Next Update

Stardew Valley, the popular indie farming simulator, developed by Eric Barone, is getting an update soon. The new update will include a multiplayer support, where players and their friends can band together to run their virtual farm in game. 4-player Stardew Valley LAN party at my house… it's really fun. It still needs some work, but the underlying network code is solid. Being in the same room and yelling at each other about what to do next, or if anyone has any stone, is great fun. Can't wait to share…

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Microtransactions Will Be Present In Metal Gear Survive

Konami, the developer of the upcoming Metal Gear Survive has confirmed that a constant Internet connection will be required to play the game, and that a microtransaction system will be present. GameSpot has reported after attending a preview session that the survival action game will need a constant internet connection at all times, even when playing on single player. Konami said that this will be to “support a seamless integration between single player and co-op,” thus enabling them to provide “ongoing content post-launch.” Furthermore, an online store will be available…

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Review: Tower 57 On Steam

Tower 57 by Pixwerk is a top-down shooter that takes a retro perspective with its 16-bit visuals. It takes the player to the nostalgic era of the 90’s with its simple cartoonish graphics, however, players can expect an intense shooting experience that is fun to play. The story takes place in a dystopian world, where society exists in towers and controlled by an oppressive regime. The player’s goal is to infiltrate Tower 57 and unravel the mysteries occurring inside. The main quest will let you select three out of six…

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You Can Now Find All Of Nintendo’s Old Flash Games In One Place

Back in the 90’s up to the 2000s, video game companies would release small flash games to accompany the marketing of new games they release. These games can be played through the developers website and can be played in-browser. Among the video game companies who did these, Nintendo was one of the companies who made a lot of flash games all the way back to Donkey Kong Country. Thanks to YouTuber and Nintendo fan Skelux, you can now access these nostalgic flash games on his website Origami64. So far he…

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Fan-Made Castlevania Game Reimagined In First-Person

The classic title Castlevania received a revamp from a fan who remade the game built on top of Doom. The game is in first person mode and the trailer below shows how exciting this reimagining of the game looks. The game is made by Batandy and is called Castlevania: Simon’d Destiny. The game is almost a remake of the original NES title but transformed it into a 3D environment. What do you think about this game? SOURCE: KOTAKU

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You Can Now Exchange PlayStation Trophies For A Small Amount Of Cash

Good news for gamers who are fond of collecting digital trophies from playing their favorite games as these rewards are now worth more than just bragging rights. Sony recently revealed the new system via a new section page of the Sony Rewards website that lists silver, gold, and platinum trophies as achievements you can fulfill to earn points. The number of points you get can be exchanged for PSN credits depending on how much you have. Here is the breakdown of points you can earn 100 Silver Trophies will give…

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Sony Released A New PS4 Controller For Tiny Hands

So Sony has just licensed the Japanese company Hori to create a new controller that is 40 percent smaller than the current controllers. It’s mainly meant for younger children due to its small size but adults with quaint hands may enjoy it as well. The new controller is called the Mini Wired Gamepad, and yes, as the name suggests, the controller will be wired (with a 10ft cable) to the console. Besides losing the wireless functionality, a lot of the features of the DS4 including a touch pad (a small…

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BIOSHOCK 10th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Revealed

The BioShock series turns 10 years old today, to commemorate this milestone, and as tribute to fans of the game, 2K Games revealed the new collector’s edition for fans to spend their money on. The collectors edition, as unboxed by IGN, comes with a statue complete with lights, sounds, and a rotating Big Daddy drill arm. The set also includes BioShock: The Collection, which includes all existing BioShock games and single player DLCs. The games are all in 1080p and 60FPS, which includes a video series with the director’s commentary…

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Tanzia – Steam Early Access Preview

Tanzia is an upcoming single-player open-world RPG created by Arcanity Inc.  The game revolves around a young member of the Akazi whose on a mission to find his missing grandfather and stop an old foe from causing chaos in their peaceful village. The game gives players the freedom to explore the world while completing objectives and a few side quests here and there. The graphics is a little bit cartoonish but is well made and give the game a retro look. The game has tons of backstory as seen in…

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