Jess McDonell is alive! She and Dan Crowd are back to bring you GameSpot News Roundup. Here are today’s stories:
Shin Megami Tensei Officially Coming To Nintendo Switch In The West
The latest installment in the long-running JRPG series Shin Megami Tensei has been confirmed to be getting a western release! People might be more familiar with the series’ spinoff titles, namely Persona, but if you prefer your games a little darker and more difficult, keep an eye on this mainline entry!
Pokemon Go Probably Contributed To 100,000 Car Accidents And $2 Billion In Damage
Wow, okay. So according to researchers at Purdue University who studied police reports from a local county in Indiana, Niantic’s augmented-reality mobile game Pokemon GO was likely directly responsible for a crapload of fatalities, road accidents, and the monetary cost associated with all of that. We take a look at the numbers in today’s episode!
Cyberpunk 2077’s Game Engine Is Up And Running
The game that we’re dying to hear more about, Cyberpunk 2077, has hit a major production milestone. President of CD Projekt Adam Kiciński recently revealed that the company’s game engine, the same one used for the Witcher 3, will indeed be the one used for Cyberpunk 2077, albeit with some upgrades. Find out more details, as well as learn how many people they have working on the game right now in the video above.
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- Shin Megami Tensei Officially Coming To Nintendo Switch In The West
- Pokemon Go Probably Contributed To 100,000 Car Accidents And $2 Billion In Damage