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Insomniac Has Mastered Haptics & the DualSense: A Dissection Ahead of Marvel's Spider-Man 2 Launch

Insomniac has seemingly mastered haptics implementation of the DualSense, and here's a detailed breakdown of each game from the studio.

purple101251d ago

ok this might be the LAST SPIDERMAN VIDEO YOU WATCH

or even click on. this ones safe but spoilers will be coming soon, so stay safe kids.

ApocalypseShadow251d ago

Can they master haptics in VR? Still waiting.

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S2Killinit250d ago

I dont see why not. Astro games continue to blow me away.

Aloymetal250d ago

Great to hear, can't wait for this!

Babadook7250d ago (Edited 250d ago )

I love how this reviewer gets into the nitty gritty. A detailed look at the best uses of haptics.

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Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance Review | Redabble

From a brand new story campaign to quality-of-life improvements and bonus content, Vengeance is the ultimate way to dive into the latest chapter of one of the best modern JRPGs.

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New Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Figure Brings Back Peter Parker's Black Suit

Peter Parker brings back his black symbiote costume in a new collectible figure based on PlayStation 5's Marvel's Spider-Man 2.

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Valve facing £656,000,000 lawsuit over claims Steam is ripping off players

The owner of Steam has been accused of overcharging 14 million PC gamers in the UK and 'shutting out' competition in a new lawsuit.

Dan5020h ago

Overcharging? Have these people never heard of sales?

just_looken20h ago(Edited 20h ago)

"Valve, the owner of Steam, is being sued for £656m over claims it is abusing its dominant market position to overcharge players.

The collective action claim has been filed with the UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal by digital rights campaigner Vicki Shotbolt.

In the lawsuit, Shotbolt accuses Valve of ‘shutting out’ competition when it comes to buying PC games and DLC, which has led to 14m people in the UK being overcharged for PC games as a result.

The claim is seeking up to £44 compensation for every UK player who has bought a PC game or add-on content from June 5, 2018."

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So they are trying to take the apple/sony/xbox approach were there is only one store without ever using a pc for gaming.

Anyone with a ounce of pc gaming knowledge knows steam did nothing when competition and the launcher war happened but now every publisher that had there own launcher with games only available on that platform are slowing coming back to steam.

This "lawsuit" should be directed to launcher's like rockstar's as they have games only available on there like the gta collection or ubisoft with xdefiant heck epic launcher exclusive games. There is no grounds in which steam has locked down content to there platform except there own games though there are disc versions of those except half life alex.

Pc players still have the best choice on game buying with multiple launcher's and site that offers keys like my fav humble bundle but on the same platform we have the worst drm along with those 3rd part launcher's that need to run in the background.

anast19h ago

How about suing them for the game files that the customer should own?

Goodguy0119h ago

Steam allows 3rd party apps (which I hate) and...we all know that egs is the one that keeps buying exclusivity lol. A lot of devs and consumers rely on steam hence it's very heavy support.

VariantAEC2h ago

Imagine a child safety advocate switching gears and targeting how a business sells games, weird right? I could be wrong, and maybe old blonds in England with the name Vicki Shotbolt are a dime a dozen... but assuming this is the same Vicki Shotbolt of The Parent Zone, her company The Parent Zone partnered with MS in 2014. That's a long time ago I know, but apparently Shotbolt has ties with the UK government.

I'm not saying anything, but MS doesn't let partnerships like that die.

paulust200217h ago

If I get 44 pound from them I'll only be spending it in the steam store...fucking absurd ..one of the most ethical companies out there and largely due to them not being a public offering imo