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Everything Missing From This Year’s Not-E3

Following last night’s back-to-back JRPG stream, not-E3 2022 is officially a wrap. It was a weird one this year. Bethesda finally showed off more than eight seconds of Starfield gameplay, four years after its initial announcement. Several prestigious studios announced remakes of cultural touchstones that may or may not need the remake treatment. A series of indie-driven showcases handily upstaged the big AAA events. It was made even weirder, too, thanks to the outright absence of major publishers like EA and Take-Two Interactive. For all intents and purposes, Ubisoft was MIA, save for a five-minute announcement about an Assassin’s Creed…

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PS5 game release dates quietly removed from CES 2021 trailer

By Dom Peppiatt, Sunday, 17 January 2021 11:31 GMT After revealing a suite of release dates for a number of third-party PS5 exclusives during its CES 2021 keynote, Sony has quietly removed the info from its uploaded trailer.Earlier this week, Sony’s CES conference introduced us to some unexpected information thanks to a sizzle reel that included footage from a number of upcoming PS5 games with release dates tacked onto the end of the trailer.Amongst the information listed, we saw dates for Capcom’s Pragmata (pushed back to 2023), Square Enix’s Project Athia (listed as January 2022), cat-based indie game, Stray (October 2021), Kena: Bridge of Spirits (March 2021), Solar Ash (June 2021),…

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Ghostwire Tokyo coming October, Project Athia due January 2022 and more PS5 game release targets revealed

By Sherif Saed, Tuesday, 12 January 2021 09:12 GMT Sony has revealed the release windows for a number of third-party PS5 exclusives.As is often the case, Sony’s CES conference brought little in the way of video game news. Last year, for instance, the platform holder revealed the logo of the PS5. Thankfully, things are a little more interesting this year.At the end of its CES keynote, Sony ran a PlayStation sizzle reel with footage from a number of new and upcoming PS5 games; the sort of thing you end an E3 showcase with. Except unlike those E3 trailers, this one…