Launching in 2024, the first-person shooter sees players venturing to prehistoric Earth to fight all manner of dinosaurs.
Regardless of all the hype and momentum behind these titles, they failed to live up to expectations or provide enjoyment.
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It may not feature the most extensive list of blockbusters, but this month still has plenty of big releases to look forward to.
Quantum Error is an ambitious horror shooter but most of the experience falls flat.
The upcoming cosmic horror title from TeamKill Media has already broken even ahead of its early access release on October 31st for PS5.
TeamKill Media's cosmic horror shooter is set to launch for the PlayStation 5 on November 3.
TeamKill Media's cosmic horror shooter is almost upon us- here's what you should know about it.
TeamKill Media co-founder Micah Jones speaks with GamingBolt about the studio's upcoming cosmic horror shooter.
TeamKill Media's cosmic horror shooter is set to launch for PlayStation 5 on November 3, while Xbox Series X/S and PC versions are also in the works.
TeamKill Media's cosmic horror shooter is set to launch for the PlayStation 5 later this year, on November 3.
"Once we were nearing the end of development we knew that there was no way of turning what we had built into a great game for the PS4," says TeamKill Media co-founder and owner Micah Jones.
"We will continue to work to see if we can improve things, but the current state of the game on the Series S is unacceptable," TeamKill Media co-founder and owner Micah Jones says.
TeamKill Media also says it has four additional games planned on top of the Quantum Error trilogy.
A new story trailer for the cosmic horror shooter outlines Capt. Jacob Thomas's ordeals in Monad Quantum Research Facility.
Developer TeamKill Media promises the cosmic horror shooter will be a "full, complete game" at launch.
TeamKill Media's cosmic horror shooter has gone gold for PS5, but it doesn't yet have a release date.
"A PS4 version would require too much downgrading and changing of assets, lighting, and much more to function," says TeamKill Media.
Lengthy new gameplay videos showcase the game's combat, various environments, its audio and visual design, and more.