Demon’s Souls could be on its way to PS4

Demon’s Souls, one of the most impressive PS5 showcases, may be coming to PS4.
Bluepoint’s Demon’s Souls remake, which was the biggest and most technically impressive launch game for the PlayStation 5, may show up on PS4.
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That’s according to PlayStation Game Size, a Twitter account dedicated to cataloguing game updates and file sizes. PlayStation Game Size spotted an entry for Demon’s Souls on the PS4 store database.
Though there’s no direct link for it, the account said it could just be a test version, and may not end up being released. Nevertheless, the idea that Demon’s Souls could end up coming to PS4 is certainly interesting.

🚨 Demon's Souls News :

🟥 YES ! Demon's Souls have PS4 Version in Database !

🟧 BUT This Version Can Be Cancelled , Can Be Release Soon Or Can Be only small Test Version For Developers

🟦 #DemonsSouls #PS5 #PS4 https://t.co/kbXXmuxq9P pic.twitter.com/2th3sWn0tj

— PlayStation Game Size (@PlaystationSize) June 16, 2021
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Pokemon Unite news coming tomorrow

Looks like we’re getting some news on Pokemon Unite tomorrow.
The Pokemon Company has announced it has some Pokemon Unite news for those looking forward to the game coming to Switch and mobile.
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According to the tweet, there will be an announcement made tomorrow, June 17, at 7am PT, 9am ET, 2pm UK. Maybe it will be a release date.
The real-time, team-based battle game with cross-play capabilities will be free to start and was announced back in June 2020.
In it, two teams of five Pokemon will try to defeat the opposing team. There are five different scoring areas on each side and you will score points by capturing wild Pokemon on the field. The goal is to score more points than the other during the time period. You will be able to level, evolve, and learn new moves you can choose for your Pokemon by defeating wild Pokemon.
A Pokemon Unite closed beta test was held back in March for Android devices, and it is just one Pokemon game that’s currently in the works.
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E3 2021 Wrap-up: The best games and the biggest disappointments

We gather to discuss the highs and lows of E2 2021, including the re-reveal of Breath of the Wild 2, plus the Xbox Showcase.
E3 2021 is over, yet you might be wondering if it even began, what with most publishers barely showing up and Sony not taking part at all. This year’s “event” has felt rather weak when compared to previous years, but we’ve still had a number of great-looking games get announced.
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In the video above you can listen to me, Alex, Dorrani, and Sherif pick our best games of E3 2021. Do any games from Xbox get a look in? What about the games Nintendo showed off at its E3 Direct? Watch to find out.
We also give our views on the state of E3 and what the biggest disappointments of the event were this year. Did Xbox and Nintendo show enough new games the right way? Is Sony a big loss for the event, and why does Dorrani dislike the Guardians of the Galaxy game so much?
If you take the time to listen to our ramblings, please head to the comments to let us know..