Great gaming news feature for September 4, 2022

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On Sundays, you stay up late, get up early, and spend every waking moment playing games. On the other hand, you will be behind in everything that is going on in the gaming world. There are winners, and there are losers, I guess. But don’t worry, you’ll soon catch up. Today we told you that the actual name of “Breath of the Wild 2” might be announced soon, that there were spoilers for “Splatoon 3,” and that there might be a new “Gensuikoden” game coming out. There is much more, so as always, please continue reading.

Insiders claim that Nintendo Direct will also reveal the name of the “Breath Of The Wild” sequel.

Jeff Grubb, a well-known industry insider, has been saying this for some time, but the journalist has now doubled down on his previous statements, claiming that Nintendo will have a “big Zelda event” at the next Nintendo Direct. According to Grubb, franchise fans can expect “a lot of Zelda material.” The journalist added, “We’ll probably get the name Breath of the Wild 2, and we’ll also get ports of the Wii U HD transfers of Tact of the Wind and Twilight Princess.” I went on to say. I, for one, don’t know if I would be more amused to hear about Jeff Grubb eating crow or finally willing to get some more details about Breath of the Wild 2. I don’t know yet.

Images of the “Silent Hill 2” remake leaked from Bloober Team’s internal pitch demo.

Several images of the upcoming “Silent Hill 2 Remake” have been leaked. The Bloober Team is producing the game, the same team behind “Layers of Fear” and “The Medium.” It doesn’t look like much right now, but that is to be expected since this game is in the very early stages of development. Industry insider Dusk Golem confirmed this news.” I would say these are out there. They are honest, but they are not even close to the final product,” Dusk Golem said. These are internal pitch demos before Bloober was approved, not the final product, and are proof of concept with no budget.” This is not what the last game looks like of all the things that could have been leaked.

Splatoon 3’s Ending Leaks Online A Week Before Launch

Splatoon 3 has sprung more leaks than a broken ship. When someone recently released the ending of Splatoon 3 on social media, there was a bit of a backlash from fans who did not want the game spoiled. The problem seems that some stores started selling physical copies well before the published release date. Oops.

Amazon delays user ratings for three days due to Rings Of Power review bombardment.

Amazon has instituted a 72-hour delay for user reviews of “The Lord of the Rings.” The review bomber has caused a 72-hour hold for reviews of “The Lord of the Rings.” The reasons for the negative reviews are, of course, predictably silly. In any case, it has already exceeded expectations regarding worldwide viewership, reaching more than 25 million in its first broadcast alone. Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios, remarked, “It is somehow fitting that Tolkien’s story, one of the most popular of all time and considered by many to be the true origin of the fantasy genre, has led us to this proud moment.” We genuinely thank the Tolkien Foundation, showrunners J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay, executive producer Lindsay Weber, and the cast and crew for their tireless collaboration and boundless creative energy.” And the accurate measure of our success is that tens of millions of fans who are clearly as passionate about Middle-earth as we are are watching.” I haven’t personally seen it yet. Still, I’ve heard good things about it.

KONAMI updates the “GENSO SUIKODEN” trademark for Tokyo Game Show.

Konami appears to have updated its Gensou Suikoden trademark ahead of the Tokyo Game Show, leading to speculation that a new installment in the series may be on the way. The company previously announced the lineup for the event. It said that voice actor Hiroki Kaji, known for his roles as Jowie in “Gensou Suikoden 2” and “Gensou Suikoden: Tear Kreise,” would reveal the game with the popular franchise. It stated, “Voice actor Hiroki Kaji will be a guest on stage to represent fans of the beloved series around the world at the announcement of Konami’s newest title.” How mysterious.

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