December 8, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Update: The Switch version of Bayonetta 2 will reportedly include a few new features, including local co-op and amiibo support. As reported by Polygon, a post on PlatinumGames’ website, which has since been pulled, reveals the following features will be included in the Switch version of Bayonetta 2: Local wireless cooperative play – The previously online-only coop Tag Climax is going local! Team up with a friend to take it on – online or off. Continue reading…Powered by WPeMatico

December 8, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

A PlayStation Vita version of Stardew Valley will be released sometime in 2018. The popular farming simulator/RPG will come to Vita with cross-buy support, meaning those who already own the PlayStation 4 version will be able to download the Vita version at no cost. However, as noted in a post on the Stardew Valley website, the Vita version won’t feature the upcoming multiplayer update. A beta test for the update was planned for the end of this year, but according to publisher Chucklefish, it’s being pushed to early 2018 “in order to make room for polish and QA.” The update will also include…

December 8, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Now is a good time to get started on smart home plans for yourself or someone on your gift list: Today, Best Buy is selling a Philips Hue smart bulb-Google Home bundle for $199.Usually that price would cover the Philips Hue bulb package alone. The bundle includes four Philips Hue white and color ambiance bulbs, a Philips Hue Bridge, and a Google Home smart speaker.Philips Hue is a popular choice for smart light bulbs, and when we last looked at them in late 2016—Philips has released a new generation since then—we found them to be the “best-looking bulbs on the…

December 8, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Welcome back to our PC-focused show, Hot Keys! You can watch previous episodes here if you missed them. Every Friday at noon, Hot Keys will take a look at the five PC games you should check out this week. We’ll be finding you the diamond in the rough games you may have missed, as well as letting you know when a game you might already love has something exciting going on. We’ll also dive deeper into our top pick of the week for a hands-on Let’s Play to show off exactly why we like it so much. Watch the latest…

December 8, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Most of this week’s news came from The Game Awards, and so we’ve spun all those trailers off into their own article. Head over there if you want footage of Metro: Exodus, Death Stranding, and the director of A Way Out mocking his own publisher EA.It’s been a surprisingly news-heavy week though. Aside from The Gaming Awards, we also got word of a new Tomb Raider, a new Portal (sort-of), a new Mega Man, a set of Devil May Cry remasters, and more. Oh, also somebody streamed a UFC pay-per-view match on Twitch while pretending to play UFC 3.To read…

December 8, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Bayonetta 1 and 2 are getting special editions for Europe and Japan when they launch early next year. Nintendo of Europe announced when the games come to Switch in February, players in Europe will be able to purchase the Bayonetta Special Edition, which includes a game card with Bayonetta 2, a download code for Bayonetta 1, a SteelBook, Verse cards, and stickers. Europe’s Bayonetta Special Edition, via TwitterContinue reading…Powered by WPeMatico

December 8, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Update: Bandai Namco has revealed a few details about the setting of Soulcalibur VI. The fighting game will take place during the 16th century and revisit the events of the original game to “uncover hidden truths,” according to the publisher. Additionally, Bandai Namco confirmed the game will feature a “diverse lineup of new and returning characters with their unique fighting styles including series mainstays; Mitsurugi and Sophitia.” Original story follows: Bandai Namco has announced Soulcalibur VI, showcasing a brief teaser of the game this evening during The Game Awards. Soulcalibur VI is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2018….

December 8, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Seven long months after the next-generation “Volta” graphics architecture debuted in the Tesla V100 for data centers, the Nvidia Titan V finally brings the bleeding-edge tech to PCs in traditional graphics card form. But make no mistake: This golden-clad monster targets data scientists, with a tensor core-laden hardware configuration designed to optimize deep learning tasks. You won’t want to buy this $3,000 GPU to play Destiny 2.To read this article in full, please click herePowered by WPeMatico

December 8, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Bringing an MMO to consoles on a controller is always a tricky task, but I was amazed at how much Tera felt right at home when I played it on PS4 Pro this week. The free-to-play online RPG plays more like an action game than most of its MMO competition, relying on actual timing, dodging, and aim over damage dice rolls. It makes Tera feel closer to Devil May Cry than World of Warcraft, and as a result fits on a gamepad almost naturally. But making it seem like a simple translation sells short the work developer Bluehole and publisher…