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Call of Duty Black Ops 3 PlayStation 3 Version Screens Surface Online

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Call of Duty Black Ops 3, the new entry of the Call of Duty series launching on consoles and PC, is now very close to release and a few lucky gamers have already been able to get their hands on some early copies of the game. In the past few days we have been able to see much of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game but very little of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions. A few hours ago some new screenshots taken from the PlayStation 3 version of Call of Duty Black Ops 3 have surfaced online, showcasing the old gen version of the game.

The new Call of Duty Black Ops 3 PlayStation 3 screenshots show how this version of the game looks without the 8 GB day one patch, which has yet to be made available, so it’s not surprising to see how things look unfinished. You can check out the new screenshots out below.

Last month the Call of Duty Black Ops 3 Steam page has been updated with new details on the game’s minimum system requirements. According to the updated requirements, Call of Duty Black Ops 3 will require 60GB of free HDD space, a rather high amount even when compared to other recent releases.

Among the many new features included in the game, Call of Duty Black Ops 3 will also come with a new difficulty level called Realistic. In this difficulty, players will only have one point of life, something that will force them to approach the campaign differently than in other difficulty settings.

Call Of Duty Black Ops 3 will launch this week on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC in all regions. We will let you know more about the game as soon as more comes in on it so stay tuned for all the latest news on the next entry of the successful Call Of Duty series.

 

As a long time gamer, Francesco has survived more zombie invasions, meteor strikes, magic spells than he can count. He still keeps fighting today to bring hope into countless gaming worlds. Or destruction, depending on his mood. Writing about video games was only the natural step for such a dangerous life.

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On May 23, Miasma Chronicles oozes onto the PS5

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We have been keeping an eye on the game Miasma Chronicles from the creators of Mutant Year Zero for a while now. We now know when it will be released, and it will be on May 23, 2023, on the PS5.

Being outnumbered all the time, mastering the art of the ambush will be crucial to surviving, and whatever advantage you can get will be needed. You can view a different, more condensed glimpse of gaming above and below.

How do you feel about the Miasma Chronicles? You played Mutant Year Zero, right?

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Fans of Final Fantasy 16 disagree as new debate over the squeeze gap begins

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Fans of Final Fantasy have been disputing for decades over a variety of topics, such as whether game VIII is the finest or which one contains the best minigames. But something fresh has the community in a tizzy, and this time it’s a 19-second trailer for the upcoming Final Fantasy XVI that’s energizing fans along with the reappearance of certain well-worn and recognizable talking points.

If it weren’t for the fissure that protagonist Clive skillfully navigates in the video, this narrative might have been about Torgal, a great canine companion. That’s right, we have returned to the discussion of the Squeeze Gap, the most heinous error in game design (in the eyes of some fans).

Others pointed out that you can see through the gap that this is an intentional design choice and does not, in fact, hide a loading screen. In the colorful comments section of the aforementioned Tweet, some people complained about the inclusion of yet another Squeeze Gap on current-gen PCs.If you have nothing better to do, follow us down the rabbit hole of quote-retweets.

Sincerity be damned, we don’t really care either way, but it is odd for Square Enix to release an official promo for a highly anticipated game that shows half of a character squirming through a small space.As always, the music is spot on; praise where praise is due. On June 22, Final Fantasy XVI will debut for PlayStation 5.

What do you think of the squeeze gaps generally and the squeezegate incident specifically?

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Sony was named the top video game publisher of 2022 by Metacritic

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In order to decide which publisher published the best games, Metacritic calculates ratings for all the games that were released in the previous calendar year. The website that collects review ratings for all popular media has done the math, and Sony Interactive Entertainment came out on top for 2022.

Yes, Sony’s first-party initiatives from the previous year allowed it to “no issue” claim the top spot on Metacritic’s list.  The 2022 release schedule for the platform holder averaged 85.6 points overall, with all of its PC ports scoring in the website’s “green score” range.

The business did indeed have a successful year in 2017. We had a fantastic trio of original games: God of War Ragnarok, Gran Turismo 7, and Horizon Forbidden West, all of which were of very high caliber. But in addition to that, the firm also launched The Last of Us: Part I and a number of PC ports, including God of War, Marvel’s Spider-Man, and Uncharted: The Legacy of Thieves Collection, all of which received positive reviews from critics. MLB The Show 22 had the lowest metascore of any Sony game last year, according to Metacritic, but it still earned a respectable 77.

According to Metacritic, these are the top 10 publishers for 2022:

  1. Sony Interactive Entertainment
  2. Paradox Interactive
  3. Activision Blizzard
  4. Focus Entertainment
  5. Take-Two Interactive
  6. Capcom
  7. SEGA
  8. Annapurna Interactive
  9. Humble Games
  10. Devolver Digital

If you’re interested, you can view the complete summary at this link. How do you feel?

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