505 Games Says 'It’s fine to secretly like Crime Boss: Rockay City'

505 Games has issued a very self-aware satirical update for Crime Boss: Rockay City, given the poor reception to the game.

shinoff2183230d ago

I would of checked it out but far as i know its an online gta5 type game. Had it been single player inwouldve bought I to try by now

FyBy229d ago

I play it as a single player from the start. Game is massively updated. Its much better than when it started. But has its flaws of course. And its not gta 5 type game. Its totally different. Here, it is something like heist centered defender of the crown mixed with rogue lite genre. Definitely worth it.
Of course with some friends, it would be much more fun.

Christopher229d ago

Trying to gaslight us into thinking people are hiding that they like it.

isarai229d ago

Exactly what I was thinking 🤣

coolbeans229d ago

Points for the self-awareness though.

Yui_Suzumiya229d ago

I'd rather play this then GTA, lol

mastershredder229d ago

It's no secret that it won't flush. It's pathetic and something just about every actor on that roster will likely not mention with serious excitement or promote it themselves. The cringe is the talent that went snuggling up to it for the $$$ opportunity. So lame and backyard buddy homebrew-level feeling. Total cash grab. Minimum efforts all around. Nice Hollywood reverse engineering a plot based on their talent pool to carry a game into lame territory.

ModsDoBetter229d ago

Game was ass.
Bought it to give it a try and it was beyond dead, as was the discord server.
Impossible to play online.

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Humble Games Lays Off Entire Team

Another studio has held layoffs, this time its Humble Games letting go of its entire QA team according to social media posts.

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Capcom Has No Plans To Discontinue Availability Of Games Via Physical Media

Capcom has announced that it has no plans to discontinue the availability of its games via physical media.

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shinoff218321h ago

Interesting. Then where the fk are the new moster hunter games , physically in north America. Hell I'd even import but the 2nd game is a digital code. What's up capcom?

VersusDMC9h ago

Obviously they don't mean 100% of their games are going to be physical.

And considering 90% of their sales were digital last year you're lucky they are still releasing physical at all.


Cacabunga9h ago

I will support them going forward! No physical no buy

CobraKai8h ago

They got my continued support for sure

DarXyde4h ago

I generally agree regarding all games.

But I do make a carve-out for indies that don't have the budget for physical releases

QuantumMechanic16h ago(Edited 16h ago)

Great news! I'd also like to see their PS VR2 experiences released on physical media.

ravens5216h ago

👏🏽👏 27997;👏🏽㈇ 9;🏽. I will continue to purchase their games!

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Warner Bros. Games Officially Acquires the Developer of MultiVersus

IGN writes: "Warner Bros. Games has officially acquired Player First Games, adding the developer behind MultiVersus to its profile.

In an official release sent to IGN, Warner Bros. confirmed that co-founder Tony Huynh and Chris White will retain leadership of the studio, which has led development of the popular Smash Bros-like brawler. "