Month: March 2019

Spread the love        Tweet    With a compelling mix of challenging roguelike gameplay and addictive Metroidvania elements, Dead Cells felt like the perfect mixture of two different genres when the game first debuted in Early Access in 2017, and from the looks of it, the game seems to have been a major financial success for its creative team
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Spread the love        Tweet    Seattle-based developer Hardsuit Labs and Paradox Interactive announced Vampire: The Maquerade – Bloodlines 2 last week, marking one of GDC’s most exciting non-Stadia announcements. DualShockers was able to check the game out at GDC and interview several of the game’s developers. Over the course of the course of the interview one thing became
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Spread the love        Tweet    To end PlayStation’s State of Play live stream today, Warner Bros. and NetherRealm Studios released a new trailer for Mortal Kombat 11 and it might be the best one we’ve seen so far. As many other previous trailers have shown, this latest video for Mortal Kombat 11 highlights the game’s wacky premise dealing with time
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Spread the love        Tweet    Sony Interactive Entertainment held their first Nintendo Direct-style online presentation, aptly titled State of Play, today. Prior to today, there will still quite a lot of unknowns about the PS4 and PlayStation VR’s 2019 lineups, and State of Play was fortunately able to clear that up, at least for this Spring, and
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Spread the love        Tweet    During today’s Apple Keynote live from the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, Apple unveiled a new subscription-based model for gaming across iOS, Mac, and Apple TV. Apple Arcade, the name of this new subscription platform, will give subs access to a catalog of over 100 games that will then be playable
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Spread the love        Tweet    In its first week of availability, FromSoftware and Activision’s newest action title Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has debuted at the top of the weekly sales chart in the UK. Sekiro unseated last week’s winner atop the chart, Ubisoft’s The Division 2, which has now fallen down to the second position. It was a close race
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Spread the love        Tweet    As announced back in February, Nihon Falcom unveiled today video footage for Ys IX: Monstrum Nox on PS4. The reveal was made during a stage event with Falcom president Toshihiro Kondo, at the Dengeki Game Festival 2019. The gameplay showed two of the Monstrum characters and how each one of them has
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Spread the love        Tweet    It seems another title has been affected by Western censorship practices; this time it’s Bandai Namco’s recently releasesd One Piece: World Seeker for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The content in question is the Hot Springs mission titled “The Phantom Remedy,” which was an early purchase bonus in Japan and greater Asia
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Spread the love        Tweet    The official Twitter account for the upcoming title Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid posted a new status update concerning the official release dates: We're excited to announce the following release dates for #PowerRangers Battle for the Grid. Behold, the viewing globe: #NintendoSwitch 03.26.19#XboxOne 03.26.19#PlayStation Europe 03.28.19#PS4 America 04.02.19 pic.twitter.com/8IKXMzmiH2 — Battle
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Spread the love        Tweet    Throughout the first two years of the Nintendo Switch’s shelf life, the system has received a multitude of fantastic games and has evolved into the go-to system for indie developers and players. However, other then some NES games, we have still not seen the huge library of classic Nintendo games make their
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Spread the love        Tweet    During the Nihon Falcom stage event at Dengeki Game Festival 2019, Falcom’s president Toshihiro Kondo revealed new information and gameplay for Ys IX: Monstrum Nox, and spoke about what might come next for the Ys series. Kondo started by going over the Ys series, mentioning Adol’s age in each of his adventures so far.
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Spread the love        Tweet    Anamanaguchi, the American band behind the excellent soundtrack from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game, has taken to Twitter to clear the air regarding their lack of involvement in getting the Ubisoft developed and published title de-listed from the digital marketplace. The band’s official Twitter account released a recent status update
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Spread the love        Tweet    XSEED Games has confirmed through Twitter that no content has been censored or removed in the upcoming Western release of Fate/EXTELLA LINK in any region or platform, as stated in a recent status update from their official Twitter account: Just to clarify again, there is nothing removed from Fate/EXTELLA LINK on any platform
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