Month: February 2019

Spread the love        Tweet    I got to tell you, it was really nice to see this video pop up in my YouTube feed. After being originally leaked (and subsequently confirmed by the developer’s senior game designer), today, Treyarch released a brand new “The Replacer” trailer to celebrate the release of Black Ops 4’s new Operation Grand Heist update.
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Spread the love        Tweet    Since its debut earlier this month, the free-to-play battle royale shooter Apex Legends, itself a spin-off from Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall series, managed to find success incredibly quickly and already having surpassed over 25 million players. If you just got started with the game and are looking for a bit of extra loot to jump start
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Spread the love        Tweet    While mods have been dominant on PC for years, they’ve only recently been making ground on consoles, specifically Xbox One. Mods have also usually been confined to Steam Workshop, third-party sites, or cherry-picked storefronts created by game publishers. Today, Paradox Interactive announced that it has partnered with Microsoft to create Paradox Mods, and
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Spread the love        Tweet    Hot off the heels of the Dreams beta, Media Molecule has announced that Dreams will offer a Creator Early Access this Spring. Based off the creations the community made in the beta last month, Media Molecule decided that offering the Dreams creation suite in early access was the best way to allow
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Spread the love        Tweet    It’s NPD day once again folks and to kick off the new calendar year, Square Enix has won itself the month of January in the realm of software sales. As revealed this morning by the NPD Group, Kingdom Hearts 3 was January’s best-selling game of the month here in the United States. NPD
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Spread the love        Tweet    The official Twitter account for the Ace Attorney franchise shared a tease for revealing the release date of the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy outside of Japan. The tweet, which you can see below, invites fans to check back next week for the reveal. The trilogy was released in Japan today. Frank
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Spread the love        Tweet    Coming off the release of the original game in 2016, The Division 2 seems like it is aiming to go even deeper into depicting a pseudo-post-apocalyptic America in which any sort of government order seems to have been relinquished, with the game’s newly-released live-action trailer capturing some of the emotion of a new world
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Spread the love        Tweet    As one of the most highly-anticipated games coming in the first part of 2019, the hype for BioWare’s Anthem is at an all-time high with the game just a few days from release. With the game expected to feature a cast of unique characters that players will get to interact with throughout their
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Spread the love        Tweet    It’s not very often you hear about the visual novel genre outside of niche communities or mostly Japanese development teams. From my point of view, as a newcomer to the genre in recent years, I notice there’s a lack of developers experimenting with new ways of expanding visual novels to a broader
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Spread the love        Tweet    While not a video game for smashing your WASD keys, or flicking your analog sticks about, Yellow Subs Machine is a tool to be used with video game creation, specifically the Unreal Engine 4. This tool, launched today, is designed to aid developers with creating subtitles in video games. Created by game
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Spread the love        Tweet    While February has been a month rife with new releases, this week is actually a bit quieter than usual, especially when you consider that both Metro Exodus and Days Gone were supposed to release Friday. That being said, this week was likely avoided by many because it contains one juggernaut of a
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Spread the love        Tweet    If you check the Japanese official page of PS Vita, you’ll notice the description indicates that new shipments for the portable console will be ending “in the next few days”. Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Senior Vice President Hiroyuki Oda had already confirmed in September 2018 that PlayStation Vita will see its production end in
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Spread the love        Tweet    Yacht Club Games (Yacht Club from here on out) has announced via their blog that the final wave of Shovel Knight content has been delayed. The final two expansions, Amiibo, and the physical bundles for Switch and PS4 have been delayed for “several months– at most,” according to Yacht Club’s blog post.
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Spread the love        Tweet    Earlier this week, Platinum Games revealed a new Nintendo Switch exclusive title called Astral Chain. The developer has added the game to their official website, giving fans some new details on the game’s storyline, gameplay, and a few other things. Additionally, some screenshots that look like they’re from scenes in the initial reveal trailer
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Spread the love        Tweet    We’ve all seen people on social media networks complaining to YouTube about their content being demonetized, taken down, or even whole accounts terminated unfairly. These people complaining are usually victim to YouTube artificial intelligence algorithm which appears, over the past few years, to have replaced the main bulk of work for human
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Spread the love        Tweet    Before Gamescom 2018, developer Buka Entertainment delayed Redeemer: Enhanced Edition and 9 Monkeys of Shaolin to fall 2018 and Winter 2019, respectively. That being said, Buka went quiet shortly afterwards, delaying both titles further into 2019. Fortunately, an official release for both of those titles as well as the console version of
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Spread the love        Tweet    While the Kingdom Hearts series is getting close to 20-years-old, the title fully side-stepped the jewel-case phase. Though PlayStation switched over to the bulkier plastic cases that have dominated the market since PS2, we are left to wonder… what if they never gave that trend up? Fan podcast Triangle Squared has re-imagined a Kingdom Hearts
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Spread the love        Tweet    Just last week Nintendo announced that they are remaking The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening for the Nintendo Switch. With the hype building into a fever dream state, fans are digging up old promotional material for the original game on Game Boy. Some ads may have been better left alone though. Sparked by
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Spread the love        Tweet    After a few delays, Game Atelier and FDG Entertainment finally released Monster Boy and Cursed Kingdom on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch back in December 2018. The game’s reception was very positive and the game became quite popular within the Nintendo Switch indie scene. Last month, FDG Entertainment even revealed that
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Spread the love        Tweet    When it comes to understanding the visual media I’m wanting to consume, subtitles help me follow the dialogue. Subtitles help indicate sounds I may not have been able to hear, they help me follow spoken dialogue. It’s not just me, they help other Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and even hearing people alike. When games
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