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Medievil, the game demo is available on console today

Next month, as we all know, Medievil will come to PlayStation 4. Sony, however, through the State of Play, has made official that from today it is possible to download a game demo of the aforementioned title. https://twitter.com/PlayStation/status/1176604323884630021 Also, for ...

MediEvil PS4 Remake has entered the Gold phase

With the launch of MediEvil's PlayStation 4 remake next month, it was announced today that the game has entered the Gold phase. The developer, Other Ocean Interactive, shared the news ...

Medievil - revealed the release date at the State of Play

During the State of Play, which ended a few hours ago, Sony finally revealed Medievil's release date. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-S93BigurA The title will be available starting from the 25 October 2019, obviously as exclusive PlayStation 4. So what ...
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New PlayStation State of Play live on the May 9

The first State of Play, a live Nintendo Direct style, aired in March and the company announced the next episode

MediEvil - could a leak have revealed the exit period?

As we all know, one of Sony's next major releases will be the remastered edition of MediEvil. After the announcement last October, there was no further news of the title. Despite not yet knowing the window ...

MediEvil shows itself in the first trailer, Sir Daniel is back in the remake for PlayStation ...

The night of the living dead and horror could not have been a better day for a trailer like this. Sony promised and did it: the MediEvil remake of PlayStation 4 was released and ...

MediEvil for PlayStation 4 will be a remake

We expected information these days, and actually arrived. Indeed, during the latest PlayStation Blogcast, Shawn Layden (head of Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios) announced that the expected MediEvil for PlayStation 4 will be a remake ...

MediEvil ready to show up for Halloween?

Announced at last year's PlayStation Experience, the remake (or remastered) of MediEvil has never been seen or heard again. There have been many opportunities, including E3 and Gamescom, but the ...

ObjectiveEd Joins Microsoft's AI for Accessibility Program

Grant Awarded by Microsoft Allows Objective to Further Develop Braille AI Tutor PlatformBOSTON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - ObjectiveEd has joined Microsoft Corp.'s AI for Accessibility program to help ...

Halo Infinite - Lead producer Mary Olson leaves 343 Industries

Halo Infinite sees another figure leave the studio after leaving the game's creative director Tim Longo. Lead producer Mary Olson leaves the boys ...

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