Month: July 2019

Spread the love       Tweet    It’s that time of the month again. It’s the time when Xbox Game Pass reveals what games we can expect to see next month. Here’s your lineup first the first two weeks of August. Games coming soon? games coming soon. pic.twitter.com/kXdALNKvG0 — Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) July 31, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js That’s Ashes
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Spread the love       Tweet    Coming off its original release late last year, Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden developed into a cult hit thanks to its unique world and characters combined with challenging strategy gameplay. This week saw the game’s release to a new audience on Nintendo Switch, and while the port initially seemed to be a
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Spread the love       Tweet    It’s fairly difficult for a lot of independent games to break through in an overcrowded market, so developer Cosmoscope GmbH is trying again with their “robot morphology” third-person shooter Morphies Law. Relaunching as Morphies Law: Remorphed, the Switch game will also find its way onto the PC via Steam, with a number
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Spread the love       Tweet    After its initial announcement earlier this month, the Nintendo Switch Lite is available for pre-order now on Amazon. Launching towards the end of September, the Switch Lite will be available in turquoise, yellow, and in gray. Additionally, a Pokemon Sword and Shield version of the Switch Lite will be available on November
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Spread the love       Tweet    Monster Hunter: World has been a massive success for Capcom. Not only is it the publisher’s best-selling game ever, but it has continued to receive worthwhile updates since first launching last year. Even though Monster Hunter: World already has a lot to offer, and even more soon with the upcoming Iceborne expansion, some fans are dreaming
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Spread the love       Tweet    GameMill Entertainment has made a name for themselves over the past couple of years by publishing licensed games. That being said, their notoriety does not come from these games being good. They are pretty terrible actually. Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers was a repetitive beat ’em up with frustrating design, and Nickelodeon Kart
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Spread the love       Tweet    In a new interview with Fortune, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella discusses their recent cloud partnership with Sony. “First of all, It’s all driven by Sony. They looked at who are all their partners that they can trust,” Nadella says. “In fact, it turns out, even though we’ve competed, we’ve also partnered.” Nadella
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Spread the love       Tweet    Capcom’s Street Fighter Twitter account just announced that the game’s original roster and Season 3 characters will be available for free on the PS4 and PC platforms. This comes just ahead of EVO, the largest fighting game tournament of the year, which is this weekend. Fans of the game are hoping Capcom will offer
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Spread the love       Tweet    In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, voice actresses Shelby Young and Valerie Lohman, who Soph and Jess Blazkowicz in Wolfenstein: Youngblood, open up about working on the game and being the first female protagonists in the franchise. “I love that there are more and more games coming out with female protagonists
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Spread the love       Tweet    Earlier this year Playful Corp. announced that New Super Lucky’s Tale would be getting ported to the Switch. Today, we receive a second trailer for the game, and this one includes a release date: November 8. When it comes to 3D platformers, everyone knows that the protagonist has got to have charisma. Whether
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Spread the love       Tweet    For years, Call of Duty players have been forced (with the exception of Call of Duty: WWII) to use scorestreaks during their multiplayer matches. With this year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare that’s all changing, as developer Infinity Ward has confirmed that killstreaks will finally be making a return when the game hits store shelves this
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Spread the love       Tweet    Even though Halo Infinite’s latest trailer that appeared earlier this summer at E3 didn’t show off any gameplay, it did apparently contain one secret that was only just now discovered. As first spotted by Twitter user Xeypal, the E3 2019 trailer for Halo Infinite contained a QR code that could only briefly be seen
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Spread the love       Tweet    2019 is a special year for Evolution Championship Series (EVO) fans and competitors. It’s the first year Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be featured at the weekend-long fighting tournament. Super Smash Bros. has always been one of the biggest draws at EVO, so it comes as no surprise that Ultimate will headline the
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Spread the love       Tweet    Nippon Ichi Software announced with a statement that Disgaea RPG is scheduled to come back online in November 2019. In the statement, Nippon Ichi Software also detailed the schedule which will lead to Disgaea RPG‘s restart. Disgaea RPG‘s development team is currently focusing on improving the game’s quality and the strength of
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Spread the love       Tweet    Bethesda announced at Quakecon that DOOM, DOOM II, and DOOM 3 were coming out on all current-generation hardware. Once they released Xbox users began to notice that they could no longer purchase or download the Xbox 360 versions of DOOM and DOOM II. The delisting of the games was random and unexpected. Bethesda did
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Spread the love       Tweet    Today, Nintendo of America announced on Twitter that there will be a video presentation for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. In the past, Nintendo traditionally releases news regarding Smash Bros through a direct, but this time it will be different. The presentation will take place this Tuesday, July 30 at 6 am PT. Franchise
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Spread the love       Tweet    EVO is the biggest fighting game tournament of the year. This year, more than 14,000 people have entered to compete. The tournament will run next weekend–August 2nd through the 4th–and will feature a number of the biggest fighting games of the year, from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to Mortal Kombat 11 and
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Spread the love       Tweet    Japan’s Wonder Festival always delivers on the figurine announcements and this year’s convention is no exception. So naturally tons of new gaming-themed figurines, as well as the prototypes for previously revealed one, made their debut during the con. And thanks to Twitter user Pixelbuster, we get to see the full lineup from
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