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Class action lawsuit against CD Projekt over prices on Steam withdrawn



CD Projekt's management will receive a $28 million bonus

The companies of the CD Projekt group have been excluded from the class action regarding the abuse of market position by Valve, the owner of the Steam platform, CD Projekt said in a statement.

The company announced that, in accordance with the claim filed by the plaintiff on April 8, the claims against CD Projekt and CD Projekt Inc. were withdrawn from the lawsuit, and thus the companies were excluded from the ongoing proceedings.

CD Projekt announced in January that it had received notice of a class-action lawsuit filed in the US, in which the plaintiffs are seeking a determination of whether the terms of the Steam Distribution Agreement violated competition law rules in the US.

According to the plaintiffs, Valve Corporation is abusing its market position “by requiring game developers to include a so-called most favored nation “, under which contractors would undertake to the company that the game price on Steam will be the same as on other platforms.

The lawsuit stated that “the effect of using this clause would be a malfunctioning of the market due to the impediment of other platforms from competing with Steam in terms of price”. CD Projekt noted at the end of January that it “verifies the legitimacy of directing claims against it and its subsidiary under the above lawsuit”.

CD Projekt is a defendant in the US regarding “Cyberpunk 2077”, questions from the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection

In late December and early January, several law firms in the US announced that they would file class-action lawsuits against CD Projekt on behalf of the company’s shareholders who bought its shares before the release of “Cyberpunk 2077”, suggesting the company’s managers’ declarations about the game’s high quality.

The first of these lawsuits went to the Central California District Court in late December. – The plaintiffs demand that the court determine whether the actions of the company and its executives related to the release of Cyberpunk 2077 constitute a violation of federal regulations by, among other things, misleading investors, thereby causing them losses, CD Projekt described in a stock exchange release. It noted that the lawsuit did not specify the value of the claim.

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Resident Evil Village: How to Solve the Doll Workshop Puzzle



Resident Evil Village: How to Solve the Doll Workshop Puzzle

After escaping from Dimitrescu Castle, you will face the terrifying Puppet Maker in the Beneviento House. Resident Evil Village’s second great location isn’t about shooting monsters; instead, you will have to solve a big puzzle. The Beneviento Estate basement is packed with puzzles, and if you’re struggling with any aspect of the game, we have solutions for every step. It’s a really scary sequence. If you’re too overwhelmed, here’s how to complete each part of this massive puzzle.

If you thought RE8 wasn’t going to be as scary as the previous entries in the series, then you thought wrong. Beneviento House presents one of the strangest encounters in the series to date. There are two encounters that you will have to deal with here, and one of them is completely unpredictable. Resident Evil is a series known for terrifying monsters, but this one creature has to be in the top five instantly. Buckle up for an hour of stomach-churning play.

How to solve the doll workshop puzzle

The Doll Workshop is a massive multi-step puzzle, all centering on a full-size doll that looks suspiciously like Ethan’s long-lost wife, Rose. Before proceeding, find these three key elements by interacting with the doll.

  • Get the Silver Key: Interact with the Rose doll on the table in the middle of the Doll Workshop. Remove your right hand, then interact with your right arm – you’ll remove a piece and reveal the hidden silver key.
  • Get the winding key: Interact with the left leg of the Rose doll. Remove the leg and you will find the hidden rope key. We won’t use this until much later.
  • Get the Blood Covered Ring: Next, interact with Rose’s Left-Hand doll. You will be able to remove the ring covered in blood.

Doll Workshop Lock Code: Use the silver key to open the engine room door in the Doll Workshop.

  • In the engine room, use the sink on the left. Turn on the water, then use the blood-covered ring on the sink to clean it. Now you can examine the wedding ring and discover the numbers [ to 05-29-11 ].
  • Enter the code into the lock on the exit door of the Doll Workshop room.

Storage room puzzle: Go to the storage room and use the string key on the music box. Change the cylinders so that the stripes line up; start by lining up the left / right sides and work your way in. Use the image above to get the exact combination.

  • Get the Tweezers: Tap the music box with the cylinders in the correct position to get the tweezers.
  • Get the movie: Use the tweezers on the Rose doll in the Doll Workshop: interact with the mouth and you will get the movie.

Studio Movie Puzzle: Go to the studio and use the movie on the movie projector. Change the film so that the images are in this order, from left to right.

  • Stuffed animal
  • Black fairy tale book
  • Image of Rosemary (Baby)
  • Music Box
  • Wedding ring

Get the scissors: Put the movie in order and play the projector. A secret door will open in the study. Go inside to collect the scissors.

  • Get the Brass Locket: Use the scissors on the bandages blocking the way in the secret room. Go back to the doll workshop and use the scissors on the Rose doll’s chest to remove the bandages.

Doll Workshop Medallion Puzzle: Go down the hall in the doll workshop and use the bronze medallion on the door. Now you need to interact with the other two medallions and select the correct symbol.

  • Upper left symbol: A crow flying, looking to the right. You will find this symbol in the eye of the Rose doll.
  • Bottom symbol: Three closed eyes. You will find this symbol on the right arm of the Rose doll.

After completing the puzzle, you will gain access to the well. Collect the key at the bottom of the well and, on the way back, you will have to deal with a very terrifying threat. The rest of this area is linear, but it’s also ridiculously scary. Don’t be too scared. Good luck.

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Resident Evil Village: Every Easter Egg We’ve Found (So Far)



Resident Evil Village: Every Easter Egg We've Found (So Far)

There is still time for references, even in a game as terrifying as Resident Evil Village. In the first hours of Village, we have more references to past games than we expected, and we are talking about the classic entries of the series. There are tiny, easy-to-lose Easter eggs at Ethan’s house in the prologue, and the references continue from there. We will do our best to list them all, so keep an eye out for this space. We will add anything else that belongs to the category of Easter eggs.

Resident Evil Village It may not look like it, but this is a direct sequel to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. After moving his family to Europe, Ethan’s life is once again interrupted by Chris Redfield: his wife is killed and their son kidnapped. Armed with nothing but your wits, you will have to survive a new nightmare reality in a secluded village guarded by four mad lords. To save his family, he will have to kill them all. This is a very different Resident Evil, sharing a surprising amount of similarities to RE4, the highest-rated game in the series’ history. And yes, there is an Easter egg related to travel. RE4 trader.

Joseph Kendo and George Trevor

Right at the beginning of the game, you are in Ethan’s new house with his wife and son. The house is pretty free of references – you won’t see any images of Barry (or a Tyrant) on the walls, but there are only two main references Resident Evil fans will notice. Upstairs, there are two optional rooms that you can explore – one is the storage room, the other is the office, both have bookshelves that you can browse.

The storage room has a shelf with this description; “A Historical Look at the Architecture of Eastern European Castles and Fortresses by George Trevor,” which is a name fan will recognize. George Trevor is the same George Trevor who built and designed the Spencer Mansion from Resident Evil 1. In the later released remake, George Trevor’s descendant Lisa Trevor was featured as an unstoppable monster chasing you down the hallways. Trevor isn’t the only famous character referenced in the house!

Go to the office behind the bedroom and examine the bookshelf there. You will find this description; “Gun Survivalist: A Handbook of Heavy Firearms for Field Combat Situations by Joseph Kendo”, and we should all remember it. Robert Kendo is the owner of the Kendo Gun Shop, one of the first places you visit in the original. Resident Evil 2 . In Resident Evil 2 Remake, we have a little scene with Kendo and his daughter. Joseph Kendo is Robert Kendo’s brother and they are both in the gun business. They are the ones who developed the exclusive Samurai Edge pistols!

Joe Kendo never appears in any game, so how do we know he exists? Well, he’s the creator of Leon’s gun in RE4 – where he has his own gun store in San Francisco. It seems that Joe Kendo is still strong in Counter.

What are you buying?

There is a mysterious new merchant on the block. When Ethan Winters arrives at Dimitrescu Castle, the Merchant is the only friendly face you’ll meet for a long time. This extremely large man fills all the spaces he finds himself in and has a few things to say. Sell ​​weapon upgrades, healing items, ammo, parts, and more. It’s basically like the RE4 trader!

And that is confirmed with a small Easter egg. After a few visits, the merchant will yell “What are you buying?” – a known line of the merchant in RE4. The RE8 Merchant says it’s something an old friend of his used to say. It’s a cute little reference to a fan-favorite character from the best game in the series. Now I really want RE4 Merchant to return. Maybe he can be your friendly provider in a DLC episode? Come on Capcom!

Work in progress(Bookmark this page): Check back soon for more Easter eggs and references!

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Sony gives PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 exclusive bonuses for Resident Evil Village



Sony gives PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 exclusive bonuses for Resident Evil Village

Sony has launched a special quiz on PlayStation to coincide with the release of Resident Evil: Village. For participating in it, users are presented with an exclusive theme for the game for the PlayStation 4 and a set of themed avatars for PS4 and PS5

To receive prizes, you need to go to the site and click the “Start your adventure” button, having previously logged into your PSN account. Further, a window will open on the left of the screen, where two different tasks will be available. To pick up the avatars, you need to correctly answer the question in what year the first Resident Evil was released on the PlayStation ( 03-22-1996 ), and watch 30 seconds from the Resident Evil Showcase presentation.

In turn, to get the theme, you need to watch 30 seconds from the release trailer for Resident Evil: Village and visit the game page in the PS Store. If in the Russian-language version of the site the second task is not available for you, then switch the region to Great Britain by the link.

Prizes are issued in the format of redemption codes. The promotion will end on June 1st at 9:59 am.

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