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Quantic Dream Reveals New PS4 Game – Detroit: Become Human

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Heavy Rain and Beyond Two Souls developer Quantic Dreams has announced yet another exclusive new game series for the PlayStation — Detroit: Become Human.

The renowned developer’s latest project revolves around a young, twenty-something android woman, who in Detroit: Become Human’s reveal trailer is shown being created. We also see her in the midst of a sci-fi, protest-heavy downtown Detroit, where she seems to come to the realization that she might be different from her robotic peers.

In the game, Detroit has been nicknamed ‘Android City’ and is apparently in turmoil, as evidenced by heavy protesting from humans who feel that humanoid androids should be limited their capabilities or not exist at all. That’s to say, gamers who end up playing Detroit: Become Human could look forward to the ever-so-popular sci-fi theme of humans vs machines, particularly the former’s fear that they may one day be replaced by the latter.

If the non-cinematic trailer is anything to go by, Quantic Dream’s Detroit: Become Human has the potential to be something truly special on the PlayStation 4. What kind of game do you expect it to be?

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The Witcher’s Voice Actor Wants To Work On Uncharted

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Uncharted is not the only series the gravelly-voiced actor behind Geralt of Rivia is interested in.

As a video game actor for nearly two decades, Doug Cockle has definitely left a mark on gaming, however small the mark, especially in the hearts of The Witcher fans. Yet, despite all his experience in games, movies, television shows, and even on the stage, he has never worked in motion capture.

“I have yet to get into a motion capture suite,” Cockle told VG247 in an interview. “It’s something I really want to do – it’s on my bucket list.”

All his voice acting for the The Witcher series was done in the recording booth. He’s actually never met the actress who plays Yennefer, and only met Triss’ actress while passing in the corridors between their sessions.

“I’d love to be part of the Uncharted series,” he said, joking that it would also be a lot fun being in Tomb Raider but just not as Lara Croft for obvious reasons.

He expressed great interest in “getting in bed” with the developer of What Remains of Edith Finch, an interactive graphic novel that he things is beautifully done.

Either way, considering his quality performance in the The Witcher series, Cockle (you can follow him on Twitter) will be a great addition to any developer’s team. Dust imagine what he can deliver in a mocap studio.

What game would you like to see him in?

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Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle Lets You Play 7 Classic Games On PC, Consoles

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It’s an exciting blast from the past that will put you in a nostalgia coma.

Capcom has revealed the Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle, a collection of seven classic and arcade side-scrolling beat ’em ups.

Available for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch, the bundle has a lunch price of US$20/£16/€20 and includes Final Fight (1989), The King of Dragons (1991), Captain Commando (1991), Knights of the Round (1991), and Warriors of Fate (1992).

You also get Armored Warriors (1994), and Battle Circuit (1997), two games that were only playable in arcades and never available on consoles.

In addition to allowing you to set the difficulty level and adjust other elements such as number of lives and continues, all seven games also come with such modern gameplay features as online co-op with drop-in/drop-out support.

Like with any of the Mega Man Legacy Collections, the Beat ‘Em Up Bundle includes plenty of art galleries, character designs, and sketches for even more of trip down memory lane.

Check out the reveal trailer…

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The LGBT Community Loves Marvel’s Spider-Man Game, Here’s Why

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The power of inclusion cannot be denied…

It didn’t take long for Insomniac Games’ new Spider-Man title to steal the headlines. Whether it’s the addition of Stan Lee or the painstaking detail to graphics, animation, audio and, of course, gameplay, there is to a lot to like about the web crawler’s latest interactive adventure. However, it’s not just the quality of the game that got people talking.

In the words of Senior Environment Artist Ryan Benno, “Representation is so important. It’s something we wanted to put in this game, even in a small way like this.” Well, that’s definately something Insomniac achieved. The LGBT representation, in particular, took notice of the efforts.

Over at Twitter, a number of gamers posted screenshots of the area in which a giant rainbow flag flies proudly over NYC.

Spider-Man Game Pride flag

“Wow. I stopped to perch on a building in #Spidermanps4 and looked over and saw this. Thinking about all the 12-year-old kids who will be playing this game and seeing this in towns where it’s not safe to put that flag up,” stated Saladin Ahmed, while Gabriel Novicki posted “Im honestly so ptoud of insomniac for putting this in the game and im a huge support of the comunity !!!! ⚡️ The pride flag in Spider-Man is more than just a novelty to LGBTQ gamers.”

Jacinda Chew, Art Director of Marvel’s Spider-Man, was certainly pleased that players noticed the LGBT representation woven into the game, replying “I’m glad people are noticing this detail. Spider-Man is for everyone! #SpidermanPS4.”

Just goes to show you how even a minor inclusion could be a great source of positive word of mouth. Not that Marvel’s Spider-Man could use the extra positivity — with an average rating of 87% on metacritic, it’s already of the best video games ever made.

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