Last month saw the launch of Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir and Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Who Stands Behind, remakes of two titles that had previously been exclusive to Japan for three whole decades. Developed by MAGES,
The Epic Games Store might soon be getting a couple of big-name games, assuming the rumors are true. Leaked information seems to reveal that the Store is getting not only a PC release of Final Fantasy 7 Remake but also
Have you been itching to play Final Fantasy VII Remake but don’t own a PlayStation console? Or maybe you’ve been dying to play a remastered version of Alan Wake after playing Control? Whichever of those scenarios you fall under,
I know a lot of us are still jealous of the shiny Final Fantasy 7 Remake that landed exclusively on the PS4 last year. Us PC folks have held out hope it would come our way even though Square
Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade could be on its way to PC this winter. Dataminers have found a leaked Epic Games Store database listing for the game, as well as a new remastered version of horror adventure Alan Wake.
The development team behind the upcoming remake of Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, is taking a leaf from the book of Deep Silver by telling us ahead of time what we’re not going to see at its company’s
Apparently something has gone wrong with time, because Ubisoft have confirmed that the Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time Remake is now due in 2022. Considering the remake of the pleasing time-rewinding stab-o-platfomer was supposedly three months away from
And won’t appear during Ubisoft’s E3 livestream.
Ubisoft’s Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time remake, which has been delayed twice since its initial unveiling last September, now won’t arrival until some time next year.
Originally, the Sands of
Not even the Dagger of Time-equipped Prince can fight against delays. Ubisoft has formally pushed the Prince of Persia remake into 2022 along with revealing that the game won’t be at Ubisoft’s E3 press conference.
A message from the Prince