Marvel’s Midnight Suns Gets Hit With Another Delay

The fight against Lilith will have to wait a few extra months. Although Firaxis and 2K Games have been rolling out a steady stream of promos for Marvel’s Midnight Suns, the upcoming tactical RPG isn’t hitting stores on October 7 as previously expected. Instead, the developers have delayed its release until later this fiscal year.2K’s parent company, Take-Two Interactive, shared the news during today’s financial earnings report (via IGN). Apparently, they need the extra time ‘to ensure the teams at Firaxis Games and 2K deliver the best possible experience for our fans.

The 10 best Mario games of all time

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There is not a name more iconic in video games than Mario. The ol’ Jumpman has been the shining star of Nintendo since 1981, with no signs of him stopping any time soon. There have been hundreds of Mario games in the decades since his debut, with countless memories made along the way. Here are our picks for the ten 10 Mario games from least-favorite to best. Related: The ten best Mario spin-off games The best Mario games of all time, ranked 10. Super Mario Maker 2 Image via Nintendo Everyone knows how iconic 2D Mario levels are, but what if you had the chance to make your own? Super Mario Maker 2 gives you access to many tools not available in the first game so that you can create the Mario level of your dreams and share it so other players can try.

Street Fighter 6 Brings a Brand New Character Kimberly and Returning Fighter Juri in Latest Trailer

Street Fighter 6’s existence has been public knowledge for several months; it’s the next chapter of the acclaimed series from Capcom. The game’s new mechanics, such as the Drive system, were revealed previously as well, and there have been various demos available at events in the past couple of months. One of such events is EVO 2022.

Meanwhile, in the series’ current entry, Street Fighter V, EVO 2022 Day Three came and went. At the end of the bracket, Japanese player Kawano wins the tournament in a close 3-2 bracket reset.

Dragon Ball FighterZ to get rollback netcode on PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC

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After releasing Lab Coat Android 21 and a balance patch with no communication on its future, Dragon Ball FighterZ will receive next-generation upgrades and rollback netcode. After the EVO 2022 top eight event, Bandai Namco and Dragon Ball FighterZ producer Tomoko Hiroki took the stage. Through a translator, she announced next-generation versions of the popular fighter were coming soon and rollback netcode along with it. The announcement came after the grand finals, which ran late into the early Sunday morning hours.

Sega Just Had To Confirm That Official Sonic Frontiers Art Isn’t Fan Made

The Sonic fanbase is in a weird place right now. The promotional material for Sonic Frontiers has divided opinion, to say the least, with some feeling more hyped than ever, and others convinced it will be another flop. So, when some art that pretty much everyone liked was released, a bunch of fans refused to believe it was real. That’s right – Sonic Team just had to confirm that a piece of key art it released for Sonic Frontiers isn’t actually fan art. This comes as fans have debated everything from Frontiers’ gameplay to the length of Sonic’s quills, with the playerbase eager to see whether the upcoming open-zone title is one of the good ones.

Overwatch 2 Won’t Receive A Third Beta Before Launch

Overwatch 2 will not receive a third beta prior to the game’s launch, Blizzard has confirmed.The news comes via tweets from Overwatch commercial leader Jon Spector. Instead of running another beta, the team will be using feedback received from the game’s alpha and two public beta tests to focus on “launching the best game possible on Oct. 4,” Spector writes.Today marks just 2 months until Overwatch 2’s launch! We know players are eager to dive in and have seen questions about the possibility of a third public Beta.

Sega’s finally bringing Phantasy Star Online 2 to PS4 in the West

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PlayStation customers in the West are finally getting their version of Phantasy Star Online 2, more than a decade after the game’s original release on Windows PC in Japan and more than six years after the online RPG’s launch on PlayStation 4 overseas. Sega announced Friday that the current version of the game, Phantasy Star Online 2 New Genesis, will come to PS4 on Aug. 31.
Phantasy Star Online 2 New Genesis is already available in North America and Europe on Xbox platforms and Windows PC, part because of a push from Xbox head Phil Spencer, who brought Sega’s game to Xbox’s E3 2019 stage show.

Raft PS5 and PS4 Release Date: Is It Coming to PlayStation Consoles?

Open-world survival game Raft recently went live with their official release on Steam last month. Naturally, this has console players wondering if a PlayStation release is around the corner. Here is what we know about a Raft PS5 and PS4 release date.Is Raft releasing on PS5?There has been no discussion on Raft coming to PlayStation 5.With other games such as Subnautica, a similar style survival game setting the bar and releasing on PS5, proving that PlayStation 5 can run such a demanding game, there is a possibility that Raft could follow suit.

Sony confirm the July 2022 PS Plus Essential free games

The all-new PlayStation Plus has launched around the world, with multiple tiers offering various game libraries and privileges to different subscribers, but one thing hasn’t changed: every PS Plus subscriber, from Essential up through to Premium, gets free monthly games to keep. The July 2022 PS Plus have have now been confirmed having leaked earlier this week.
What will the PS Plus July 2022 games be?
The July 2022 PS Plus Essential games are now confirmed as:

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time (PS5 | PS4)
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan (PS4)
Arcadegeddon (PS5 | PS4)

Crash Bandicoot 4 was the last game from Toys for Bob before they and every other Activision studio were marched off to the Call of Duty content mines.

PS5 Digital Edition vs. Xbox Series S: Which all-digital console is for you?

The idea of the PS5 Digital Edition vs. Xbox Series S faceoff is arguably an odd one. The former is basically a full-fat PS5 but without the disc drive and thus a lower price tag of $400, where as the latter is a less-powerful and dramatically cheaper console at $300. But while the consoles are rather different in terms of the performance and resolutions they target, the do both exist as cheaper options to the standard PS5 and Xbox Series X. With that in mind, let’s see how the PS5 Digital Edition and Xbox Series S stack up in terms of price, specs, game selection and more.