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The Best Video Games That Feature Canada

This Canada Day, explore our homeland with the best video games that have adapted or reimagined the Great White North in digital form.

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Until Dawn's PC Release Holds Massive Untapped Potential

Until Dawn is receiving a remake and is being ported to PC and PS5, and this is a move that has massive potential for the game.

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DustMan1d 7h ago

At least it's mostly cinematic. I worry about performance currently of anything running on Unreal 5 that has any kind of "action" in it.

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Top 10 Games Dealing with Mental Health Issues

Last Word on Gaming takes a look at ten games who treat mental health issues as respectfully and seriously as they ought to be in real life.

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Until Dawn Remake vs. Original Comparison Highlights If This Is A Worthy Upgrade

Until Dawn is getting a remake which always felt like an odd choice since the original still looks pretty good, is it worth the upgrade?

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CrimsonWing6917d ago

Not really… they just couldn’t be bothered with making a sequel? This original is already available on PS5 and for the cheap. This just seems kind of pointless and I’m not seeing anything that screams next-gen remake to me, but if you’re a fan of it and looking forward to this, more power to ya’

Amplitude17d ago (Edited 17d ago )

Dark Pictures Anthology games didn't exactly sell well, but they were much lower budget games that reused assets all over the place.

Its probably safe to assume that this remake - which will also presumably reuse but improve assets from the original - is a test bed to see if a high budget sequel is actually financially viable. Also brings in people who never played it when it released 9 years ago.

I'm just spit balling but it makes sense.
Ill be buying it like I do all their games haha obviously I'd rather a sequel but I totally get it.

outsider162416d ago

And of all the remakes we could have gotten, they choose this one.

MetroidFREAK2117d ago

As someone who hasn't played this before, I'll be snagging it on PS5

anast16d ago

It's a good game and it's definitely worth a purchase if you haven't played it before.

MrBaskerville16d ago (Edited 16d ago )

It's good, The Quarry is worth a look while you wait.

MetroidFREAK2116d ago

I have that on disc for PS5. That's on my backlog

Iceball200017d ago

Is there an upgrade fee for this or no? Like how TLoU had and Uncharted.

shinoff218317d ago

Even if their was. Actual work was put into this. Companies that give it away were doing it and thanked for it. Or they were doing it cause they fked up really bad Ala cyberpunk

Also you have to be mistaken cause the last of us is a straight up remake, mad work was put into that. You also didn't have buy it or anything to play the ps4 version. It was also one of the best games for awhile and it's certainly better then anything the other high end console has put out in a very long time if ever

Crows9016d ago

What other high end console?

anast16d ago

What do you do for a living? What ever it is I want you to do it for free.

cthulhucultist16d ago

Having played all Dark Pictures Anthology games as well as the Quarry, I am definitely not skipping this one.

I would even buy the original if it was on PC, since I only have a Steamdeck and a Switch.

I remember that it got surprisingly good reviewed and the Quarry has loosely the same premise as Until Dawn (not exactly the same but similar setting)

on_line_forever16d ago

Wait a minute why they use sun lights in horror game ? What's wrong with those developers ?

Even in Silent hill 2 remake bloober team use sun lights in hospital reception WHY ? The whole city is covered with fog

Really bad developers we have these days

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