Death Stranding: Kojima's Latest Surreal, Mysterious Masterpiece.

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As E3 approaches and bears us beautiful gifts of developing game release announcements, exciting upcoming future titles, and informative gameplay trailers, one has managed to baffle and intrigue the gaming community as a whole - and that is the Death Stranding gameplay trailer.

Death Stranding, an ambitious title that surfaced during the E3 conference of 2016, has been submerged in a pool of deep, dark mystery that left gamers on the edge of their seats from the moment it hit the public. With haunting, surreal imagery of translucent figures attached to cords, babies wriggling inside of womb-like enclosures, bodies being transported in cases on the backs of futuristic travelers, and desolate wastelands embodying a decayed and destroyed human society, there was no telling what kind of themes would be a part of this title...
A look into gaming's most surreal, confusing upcoming title from E3 2019..
Is Google Stadia The New Netflix of Gaming?
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Stadia was announced in March 2019 but today Google has released new information on Google's new cloud video game streaming service called "Google Stadia" or "Stadia" in a YouTube live stream where it was said to be the future of gaming unveils a way to play games without the use of a console or a powerful computer. No downloads, Patches, and no installs, Stadia games can be played on your TV, desktop, tablet, and specifically the Pixel 3 smart phones all from the Google Servers. Now with all this in mind what would be the pricing, games, release date, and possible cons? Here's what we know,

Pricing:
The pricing for Stadia would be $9.99 a month for Stadia Pro and Stadia Pro allows resolution up to 4K, Sound to 5.1 surround, additional free games, and game discounts. The Stadia Founder's Edition is $129 and is included with a Chromecast Ultra, Night Blue Stadia Controller which you can use to play on your devices, Three months of Stadia Pro, Destiny 2: The Collection, an...

Complete E3 2019 Coverage

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The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is one of the largest annual gaming events in the world, thrown by the Entertainment Software Association every summer in Los Angeles. This year we are excited to be covering the entirety of E3 here at Provim Gaming. With eyes on the ground, we are ready to show off all the exciting, industry-changing news to gamers everywhere who eagerly await the announcements about the following year’s game and hardware releases from major players like Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, EA, Ubisoft, Bethesda and countless indie developers. Stay tuned all week for announcements, interviews, and hands-on impressions for the games you’ll be craving in the next year. E3 officially begins on Tuesday, June 11, and runs through Thursday, June 13.

However, E3-adjacent events unofficially begin much sooner. Electronic Arts have branched off from E3 and now hosts its own event, EA Play, the weekend prior. That will begin on Friday, June 7 at the Hollywood Palladium...

GTA 6 showed up on a Rockstar artist's resume

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Over on GTA Forums, an eagle-eyed fan has posted a screenshot of a resume belonging to a 3D artist named Michael that listed, among other jobs, a position as a "Jr vehicle artist at Rockstar games". The description of their work was to "Create vehicles matching with the real world for GTA 5 DLC and upcoming GTA 6." Soon after the GTA 6 reference was spotted by members of GTA forums it was removed from Michael’s CV. It remains to be seen if this specific leak turns out to be legit, with previous ones turning out to be pranks. The latest GTA 6 rumors come hot on the heels of a previously alleged leak which claims the new Grand Theft Auto would be out next year.

While Michael's resume on the linked site no longer includes any reference Rockstar India or work done there, his LinkedIn profile does indicate he was employed by the firm during the times listed on the screenshot.

GTA 6 release date may still be a while away, but fans of the Rockstar Games series have been delivered an...

Everything we know about the PS5!

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Sony hardware architect Mark Cerny announced that the company was working on the PlayStation 5 in an interview on Tuesday. After months of speculation and rumours, the company decided it was the right time to make things official and tell everyone a few details as to what the follow-up to their best selling PS4 console will be.

The biggest idea being discussed in the interview was “upgrades” versus real progress. Cerny wants everyone to know that this new console will be “no mere upgrade”. In progress for over four years, the next gen console looks to beef up everything from graphics to loading times to general performance issues. Utilizing a new AMD chip (to help make the console’s CPU more powerful) and introducing a brand new GPU that will support ray tracing will help convey just how much of an upgrade this console will be. Ray tracing is used most notably in Hollywood to help make special effects look all the more realistic. No video game console has been capable of...

A Blast from the Past Enters the Fray! Sega Genisis Mini Release Announced.

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At Sega Fes 2019, Sega announced that it will finally release a retro version of its Sega Genesis console later this year: the Sega Genesis Mini. The Genesis Mini was supposed to launch last year until Sega delayed it to bring development in-house. Now it has revealed a reworked retro console that will come with 40 built-in games and will hit stores on September 19th, 2019.

According to Kotaku, the Genesis Mini / Mega Drive will have slightly different game lineups when released. The Japanese version will include Castlevania Bloodlines, Comix Zone, Gunstar Heroes, Madou Monogatari Ichi, Powerball, Puyo Puyo 2, Rent-a-Hero, Shining Force, Sonic 2, and Space Harrier II, while the US version will include Altered Beast, Castlevania: Bloodlines, Comix Zone, Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine, Ecco the Dolphin, Gunstar Heroes, Shining Force, Sonic The Hedgehog, Space Harrier II, and ToeJam & Earl. Additional...