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In Sins of the Flesh Update, Cult of the Lamb May Adopt Animalist Behavior

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Cult of the Lamb is a thrilling roguelike/life sim/management game with a precarious tone. Its cute animal characters and colorful backgrounds make it look like a Saturday morning cartoon. It is more mature, with sacrifice, death, the dark arts, and more happily discussed. That may be expanded in the game’s next major update.

It’s called Sins of the Flesh, which is a giveaway. That and the official art in the below post, which shows many nude cultists covering their modesty with a leaf, suggest the game may soon let you do more than marry a follower:

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Only the above is known about the update. Sins of the Flesh will launch for free “very early next year” with “new features, stories, and more.” The official account has hinted at this update for a year, so fans will look for clues.

Anyway, hopefully more information is coming soon. What are your thoughts on this announcement? Would you like to romance the Cult of the Lamb characters? Want anything else in the game?

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Tekken 8’s upcoming Tekken Shop will offer a variety of paid and free content exclusively on PS5

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Bandai Namco has confirmed that the Tekken Shop in the upcoming Tekken 8 will offer a mix of paid and free content. Premium items will be purchasable using a currency known as Tekken Coins. The Tekken Shop will undergo monthly updates, with the developer emphasizing that the intention is to enhance the competitive fighter with new customization items rather than solely for financial gain. However, there is no reason why it cannot be both.

Revealed in a recent Tekken Talk Live stream, chief producer Yasuda Esports shared some of the upcoming features for the Tekken Shop, seemingly aiming to address any potential criticism proactively. “It has been reported that certain individuals may experience an adverse response upon encountering the term’shop”; however, the focus remains on enhancing the game by introducing new customization options to maintain its appeal.”

According to Mr. Esports, the format will be similar to Tekken 7, and the focus is on improving the game experience rather than just making a profit.

Do you think Bandai Namco is establishing the Tekken Shop to maintain the game’s appeal, generate revenue from microtransactions, or perhaps a combination of both? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.

 

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It appears that GTA 6 on PS5 will feature music from ScHoolboy Q

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Things have been pretty hush-hush regarding GTA 6, with Rockstar likely keeping a tight lid on any information. Non-disclosure agreements do not restrict individuals such as rapper ScHoolboy Q, who seems to have hinted at his upcoming music in the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto sequel, projected to launch after April 2025.

ScHoolboy Q’s music has been prominently featured on radio stations in GTA 5 and GTA Online, indicating a strong connection with Rockstar. On the 10th anniversary of his popular album Oxymoron, a fan tweeted, “Please release some great music for GTA 6 radio,” to which Mr. Q responded, “I’ll be there, no worries.”

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The rapper’s nonchalant acknowledgment comes after T-Pain, known for his use of auto-tune, disclosed that he would no longer be able to participate in roleplay servers because of his commitment to the game. What are your thoughts on this? Is a genuine rockstar someone who follows their own path, regardless of Rockstar’s PR opinions? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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London Studio’s upcoming PS5 game may never be released

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Sony has canceled another game this week due to layoffs, including London Studio’s fantasy co-op game in development. The announcement was made in late 2022, unveiling a setting in an alternate version of the UK’s capital where dunk-wearing demons would battle dragons and other fantastical creatures. When it was unveiled, co-studio head Stuart Whyte characterized it as “a little bit different.”

The game was intended to be part of PlayStation’s live service push, but the platform holder seems to be facing challenges in launching the initiative. Over the past two years, the multiplayer spin-off of The Last of Us was cancelled, and recently, news broke about the long-rumored reboot of Twisted Metal also being scrapped.

Guerrilla is reportedly continuing development on a multiplayer version of the Horizon series, alongside ongoing work on titles such as Concord and Fairgame. Helldivers 2 has unexpectedly become a hit on both PS5 and PC, showing promise for the company’s live service goals.

When it comes to London Studio’s recent project, it’s hard to feel let down by the cancellation of a game that was only teased with a single piece of artwork. The team’s dedication to their work is evident, and it’s a shame that their efforts will go unrecognized.

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