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About san_Assassin

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  1. God of War's Kratos Would Rather Punch Loot Boxes in the Face In the wake of the Star Wars Battlefront 2 fiasco, loot boxes are a hot button topic in the industry right now. And veteran God of War director Cory Barlog has revealed in GIF form how he feels about the fallout. It’s safe to assume that the new God of War game will not have any loot boxes, then, although frighteningly PlayStation’s new president has indicated that he’d like to explore monetising first-party titles a little more. Let’s hope that the backlash to Battlefront has all publishers spooked, and forces them to reconsider their plans. link
  2. Edited. Thanks
  3. Even costlier at 55,000 at Samurai Corner, Delhi.
  4. Assassin's Creed Origins Metacritic Flooded With Fake Positive User Reviews A barrage of fake user reviews has hit the Metacritic page for Assassin’s Creed Origins, all of them positive, and all of them gibberish. “Ways better than assassins creed unity and assassins creed syndicate,” reads a review that appears roughly a dozen times, each from a different username. “it is more mature and bayek is interseting character, and de historical characters are handeld well.” It’s not clear just how many of Assassin’s Creed Origins’ Metacritic reviews are fake, but the game currently has an 8.0 user rating from over 600 reviews. Just one scan through the page is enough to notice that something is fishy, even by Metacritic user review standards. There are a number of blurbs repeated among different reviews, and quite a bit of nonsensical English. In an e-mail to Kotaku, Metacritic boss Marc Doyle said that this sort of thing has happened before. “It’s not a frequent occurrence - maybe 2 - 3 games a year,” Doyle said. “And yes, we’ve been aware of this case, and we’ve been moderating those reviews (and suspending those accounts - most off of which had one single review in their history). The people doing it appear to be changing it up with the chunk of text they keep replicating, but our moderators are working overtime to combat it.” Metacritic’s user reviews are not as pivotal to the video game industry as the site’s Metascores, determined by reviews from professional and hobbyst game outlets, which are used across developers and publishers to gauge the quality of video games, hand out bonuses, and help companies decide what games to pursue next. But “user score” and reviews are still prominent on every video game’s Metacritic page. link
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  6. any midnight launches in Delhi?
  7. woohoooooooo
  8. Car list released link
  9. Nioh: Complete Edition will not be using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech A lot of PC gamers were excited when KOEI Tecmo announced that Nioh would be coming to the PC. Nioh: Complete Edition releases on November 7th, and it won’t be using the controversial Denuvo anti-tamper tech. In an interview with WCCFTech, Team Ninja’s Game Director Fumihiko Yasuda confirmed that the game won’t be using it. In today’s day and age that almost all the latest triple-A games, it’s really refreshing knowing that Nioh won’t be using it. Do note that this is a highly anticipated PC release, so we believe that KOEI Tecmo did the right thing here. Fumihiko Yasuda also confirmed that the game won’t lock graphics settings. A lot of users believed that the team would be offering two locked graphics settings: Action and Movie. However, it appears that these are just two of the available presets. As such, PC gamers will be able to independently adjust the graphics settings. We don’t know whether the recent Denuvo fails were crucial to KOEI Tecmo’s decision. A lot of companies used Denuvo in order to keep their games safe – from pirates – for at least a respectable number of days. However, cracking groups are now able to crack/hack Denuvo in a matter of hours. Therefore, and at this point, there is no reason at all for publishers to use Denuvo in their games. But anyway, what’s important here is that Nioh: Complete Edition won’t be using Denuvo at all. Here is hoping that Team Ninja will be able to offer a decent PC version. We also hope that the game will properly support mouse+keyboard. Yes, Nioh is a console game but since it is coming to the PC, we want proper controls like those of all other third-person games. link