Microsoft’s Special Cyberpunk 2077 Refund Policy Finishes Early July

The post Microsoft’s Special Cyberpunk 2077 Refund Policy Finishes Early July appeared first on Fextralife. Microsoft have noted on the Microsoft Store that the special refund policy for Cyberpunk 2077 will be ending in early July. Microsoft’s Special Cyberpunk 2077 Refund Policy Finishes Early July The Microsoft Store has added a note to the listing… Continue reading Microsoft’s Special Cyberpunk 2077 Refund Policy Finishes Early July

Review: Legend of Mana – The Best Way To Play A 21-Year-Old RPG Experiment

Confusing, but charming. It’s interesting to see how the Mana series has been treated over the years, both by Square and the general public. Secret of Mana was widely considered one of the best RPGs of its time and even today carries quite a bit of clout, but many of the other titles either didn’t… Continue reading Review: Legend of Mana – The Best Way To Play A 21-Year-Old RPG Experiment

Hearts of Iron 4’s new update will give you more control over your military

Hearts of Iron IV’s latest dev diary talks more about the changes coming to warfare and military management, and I’m pretty excited. Last week you may remember how the development team (reinforced by Imperator: Rome devs) showed off the new ‘Officer Corps’ systems, which is going to give more control over how your military. Today’s… Continue reading Hearts of Iron 4’s new update will give you more control over your military

Forspoken Aiming to Have the ‘Highest Quality Visuals Ever’ in an Open-World Game

Luminous Productions aims for its upcoming game, Forspoken, to have the “highest quality visuals ever” in an open-world video game. Talking as part of a video about AMD’s new FidelityFX Super Resolution technology, Luminous Production’s studio head and general manager, Takeshi Aramaki, said “With Forspoken, we are aiming to achieve the highest quality visuals ever… Continue reading Forspoken Aiming to Have the ‘Highest Quality Visuals Ever’ in an Open-World Game

Nvidia’s Canvas App Is Here to Transform Crappy Sketches into Photorealistic Artwork

If you have ever wanted to paint a photorealistic landscape portrait that Bob Ross would be proud of, but have next to no artistic skills, Nvidia’s new Canvas app will allow you to turn those dreams into reality. Using GauGAN, an AI painting tool, the Canvas app allows users to paint by drawing lines and… Continue reading Nvidia’s Canvas App Is Here to Transform Crappy Sketches into Photorealistic Artwork

Nintendo Giving Forever Entertainment ‘Significant’ Financial Support to Publish More Switch Games

Forever Entertainment, the Polish publisher behind the Panzer Dragoon Remake and Fear Effect Sedna, has announced it will be publishing “several titles” on the Nintendo Switch through a partnership with Nintendo. The announcement was published on Polish financial site Bankier and was spotted by WiredUpReport. No specifics about what games are included in this collaboration… Continue reading Nintendo Giving Forever Entertainment ‘Significant’ Financial Support to Publish More Switch Games

Sonic Prime: Concept Art from Netflix Show Seemingly Leaks

Some Sonic Prime concept art has seemingly leaked online, potentially offering fans a first look at Netflix’s all-new Sonic the Hedgehog series. A Reddit user shared a link to Patrick Horan’s ArtStation post, where the artwork for the show was apparently glimpsed before allegedly being removed by the artist. According to Nintendo Life, Horan originally… Continue reading Sonic Prime: Concept Art from Netflix Show Seemingly Leaks