Month: May 2018

Spread the love        Tweet    If you still play Call of Duty: WWII and you’re interested in helping out military veterans, then Activision is giving you a way to do that. The aforementioned publisher and developer Sledgehammer Games have officially revealed a brand new personalization pack for the game, as well as a new PlayStation 4 theme, and buying
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Spread the love        Tweet    Waifu lovers out there may be familiar with Freezing, the sci-fi manga franchise serialized on Comic Valkyrie and written by Dall-Young Lim and illustrated by Kwang-Hyun Kim, which sparked two anime series in 2011 and 2013. Turns out that it’s getting a game titled Freezing Extension in Japan, by the Japanese publisher Creek & River. The
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today DMM and Koei Tecmo updated Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation to version 01.26.00, and with it came a new event. The event is actually the second part of the one launched last week, but this time it focuses on a different… end. To be more precise, last week’s event allowed
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today the Southeast Asian arm of Bandai Namco Entertainment released an extensive trailer for the upcoming anime-inspired action game New Gundam Breaker. It’s the same video released two days ago from Japan, but this time around it comes with English subtitles so you can understand comfortably what is said. The trailer features the
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Spread the love        Tweet    Battle Princess Madelyn’s developer Causal Bit Games Inc has released a brand new video which teases the gameplay for the first chapter of the retro-themed side-scroller. The title smashed the Kickstarter funding last year in April by raising $212,665 CA with 3,402 backers. The video begins with a very quick glimpse at the
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Spread the love        Tweet    Independent games are often framed as niche passion projects; artistic endeavors that would flounder under the bureaucratic management of a big corporation. While this is often true, it doesn’t change the fact that many of these indie games have large audiences, most importantly, large paying audiences. And that has been proven true
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Spread the love 2      Tweet   2Shares I have long been attracted to rogue-like adventures because they often give me a plentiful level of replay value or have surprising multiplayer elements. Death Road to Canada most certainly fits that mold, but still retains its originality while using a grand list of parody material that pulls from video game lore
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today D3 Publisher sent in another reveal of its upcoming action game Bullet Girls Phantasia, releasing another metric ton of screenshots. As usual, keep in mind that this is a D3 Publisher game, and a Bullet Girls title to boot, so you can pretty much expect what you’re getting into if the headline wasn’t clear
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a batch of new screenshots of the upcoming game New Gundam Breaker.  The screenshots mostly focus on the extensive paint customization that we’ll be able to perform for each mobile suit, including overall paint, specific parts, and weapons. We’ll also be able to add glossy effects, weathering, and
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Spread the love        Tweet    After around 10 months of being available, Fortnite Battle Royale players finally have a vehicle to utilize in the popular shooter, and while it may not be exactly what fans wanted, it’s sure to satisfy them, at least for the time being. The shopping cart, for those that don’t know, operates by one player
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today NIS America announced Yomawari: The Long Night Collection. The collection will include Nippon Ichi Software cutesy horror titles Yomawari: Night Alone and Yomawari: Midnight Shadows, and it will come for Nintendo Switch on October 30th in North America and on October 26th in Europe. This is just another example of NIS America’s ongoing effort to support Nintendo’s new
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the lineup of games that PlayStation Plus subscribers are going to receive in June at no additional cost. First of all, we get XCOM2 and Trials Fusion for PS4, with the especially the former serving as a really compelling centerpiece for those who enjoy turn-based tactics. Those
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today Capcom announced that a brand new Monster Hunter World update will bring the elder dragon Lunastra to the game. Following Deviljho and Kulve Taroth, Lunastra will bring to the blate the ability to fight together with her mate Teostra and deliver devastating joint arracks together with him. Interestingly, materials carved from Lunastra
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Spread the love        Tweet    Somehow, it seems like indie games are consistently raising the bar for both presentation and visuals. At one point, LIMBO was the top of indie art direction. Now we’ve just got a glimpse of New Zealand-based developers Wildboys Studio’s ATONE, a hand-drawn puzzle game that already has my interest peaked. So what is ATONE? Based in Midgard —
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Spread the love        Tweet    Earlier today, Game Freak and The Pokémon Company announced Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! for Nintendo Switch. These games are compatible with Pokémon Go, and a “Special Pokémon” that will become available in Pokémon Go when these titles are connected was teased at the end of the announcement trailer Shortly after the game’s reveal, the
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Spread the love        Tweet    The Pokemon Company and Game Freak finally decided to unveil the future of the much-beloved Pokemon franchise tonight via a series of announcements at an event in Tokyo, Japan. One of those announcements turned out to be an all-new free-to-play adventure entitled Pokemon Quest. As seen in the above featured image, Pokemon Quest will feature the original
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Spread the love        Tweet    With the recent announcement of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!, it’s important to remember that The Pokémon Company has continued to make serious bank off of their mobile title Pokémon Go. New financial reports made public by Japan’s government reveal that The Pokémon Company has netted a total of
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Spread the love        Tweet    Don’t get distracted by the newly-revealed Pokémon titles. Nintendo Switch owners will be able to play a Gen 8 core Pokémon RPG in 2019. News comes by way of the official Pokémon Twitter account who is following up on the Japanese press conference. Along with both Pokémon Quest and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Eevee!, there will be a core RPG title
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Spread the love        Tweet    After months of rumors and speculation, Game Freak and The Pokemon Company have finally unveiled the next two installments of the Pokémon series: Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! As shown in the game’s reveal trailer, Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! will take players back to the first-generation region of Kanto
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Spread the love        Tweet    On Friday, 13AM Games shared a trailer announcing that their retro-style arcade game Pirate Pop Plus will be making its way onto Nintendo Switch on Thursday. With a game design very reminiscent of a Game Boy title, it was previously available for Steam, Wii U, and New Nintendo 3DS In Pirate Pop Plus, you’ll join Pete Jr.
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