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Kaser Focus: Who stole Grand Theft Auto VI?


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One other weird week of 2022 within the bag. I’m not saying this has been a nasty 12 months, however oof, it’s been the most. What occurred this week? Goodness gracious. A hacker obtained maintain of footage of Rockstar’s in-development sport and printed it on-line. Logitech is making a Steam Deck competitor. And apparently it’s time to revisit Cyberpunk 2077? Like I stated, weird week.

The GTA VI leak was a doozy by itself, however I used to be a bit disheartened to see how essential everybody was of it. In case you wanted to listen to it from me: There’s (in all probability) nothing improper with Grand Theft Auto VI, based mostly on the footage. Video games don’t seem like video games till just about launch time. That’s why sport publishers pay third-party filmmakers to make cinematic trailers for video games in improvement. I’d be a hypocrite if I dissed pre-launch speculative criticism, however I don’t need anybody to write down GTA VI off as a result of they noticed a model of it they had been by no means meant to see.

The opposite stuff that occurred this week feels virtually fluffy and light-weight by comparability. Logitech’s handheld looks as if it may need some good guts, and it’ll run Sport Move and GeForce Now proper out of the field. Additionally, it appears the Cyberpunk Netflix promoting blitz labored, as hundreds of gamers are both returning to the sport or attempting it for the primary time. I maintain listening to that it’s good now, however since my points with the sport weren’t solely with the bugs and glitches, I’m not keen to take a position any extra time in it.

In private information, I’m going to spend the whole weekend enjoying the early entry model of Slime Rancher 2. I’ve been ready for this jiggly, candy-bright sim sport because it was introduced final 12 months. I say with no disgrace that I put a whole bunch of hours into the unique, and I wish to escape to its less complicated world once more. If anybody wants me, I shall be vacuuming up completely happy, smiling jelly creatures and harvesting their droppings for money.

What to play this week

What’s new:

  • Return to Monkey Island
  • Slime Rancher 2 (Early Entry)
  • Soulstice
  • Session: Skate Sim
  • Beacon Pines
  • SpiderHeck
  • Serial Cleaners
  • Potion Allow
  • Gundam Evolution
  • The Diofield Chronicle
  • Building Simulator
  • Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Competition

New on subscription providers:

  • Deathloop (Xbox Sport Move)
  • Hardspace Shipbreaker (Xbox Sport Move)
  • Deathloop (PlayStation Plus Further/Premium)
  • Murderer’s Creed Origins (PlayStation Plus Further/Premium)
  • Watch Canine 2 (PlayStation Plus Further/Premium)
  • Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (PlayStation Plus Further/Premium)
  • Spiritfarer: Farewell Version (PlayStation Plus Further/Premium)
  • Chicory: A Colourful Story (PlayStation Plus Further/Premium)
  • Monster Power Supercross – The Official Videogame 5 (PlayStation Plus Further/Premium)
  • Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX (PlayStation Plus Further/Premium)
  • Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Present (PlayStation Plus Further/Premium)
  • Rayman Legends (PlayStation Plus Further/Premium)
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Sport (PlayStation Plus Further/Premium)
  • Syphon Filter 2 (PlayStation Premium Classics)
  • The Sly Assortment (PlayStation Premium Classics)
  • Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (PlayStation Premium Classics)
  • Bentley’s Hackpack (PlayStation Premium Classics)
  • Toy Story 3 (PlayStation Premium Classics)
  • Kingdom of Paradise (PlayStation Premium Classics)
  • Blind Destiny: Edo no Yami (GeForce Now)
  • Stones Keeper (GeForce Now)
  • Complete Battle: Warhammer (GeForce Now)
  • Complete Battle: Warhammer II (GeForce Now)
  • Complete Battle: Warhammer III (GeForce Now)
  • Shovel Knight Dig (Apple Arcade)

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