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Spread the love        Tweet    As I was browsing my way throughout some great Red Dead Redemption 2 content this weekend, I stumbled across some people harassing a guy who was clearly making up fake spoilers for the game and trying to fabricate leaks for the upcoming Red Dead Online. Then, I thought to myself; “were there any
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Spread the love        Tweet    It’s the biggest time of the year for SMITE. Hi-Rez Expo features the game’s world championships on PC and console as well as cosplay and announcements for the Georgia-native developer’s 3rd-person MOBA.Hi-Rez Studios has combined its expo with DreamHack Atlanta this year to bring eSports together on an even larger scale. I
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Spread the love        Tweet    I’ve been recently making my way through the newest Tomb Raider game, Shadow of the Tomb Raider. I’ve been spending more of my game time pondering why I’m not digging this entry as much as the previous two than actually focusing on the digital world in front of me. I usually take
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Spread the love        Tweet    The Electronic Entertainment Expo (or simply, E3) is one of the largest trade fairs in the world, and is an event that millions of gamers from around the world tune in every year in anticipation of their favourite companies announcing brand new titles. That’s why Sony announcing PlayStation’s absence from the trade
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Spread the love        Tweet    This week on Drop In/Drop Out, Logan is out sick so Michael picks up the hosting reigns and is joined by DualShockers Staff Writer Max Roberts for an intimate one on one chat. Here’s what is touched on in Episode 3: More Red Dead Redemption 2 Thoughts Tetris Effect Impressions PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
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Spread the love        Tweet    The recent trailer for the upcoming major motion picture Pokémon: Detective Pikachu marks the first big-screen outing for the Pokémon series in a live-action format. Featuring a compelling storyline and a wisecracking electric mouse voiced by Deadpool’s Ryan Reynolds, the movie looks set to be jam-packed full of wholesome family fun. However, given
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Spread the love        Tweet    One of the latest trailers for the upcoming twin-releases Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! struck something of a chord with me. If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s a relatively short video that depicts a group of friends meeting up in an urban setting to play the games
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Spread the love        Tweet    Microsoft just held their Inside Xbox: X018 Special, which was home to a wide variety of interesting announcements regarding upcoming lineup of games, DLC, and updates. That being said, six specific announcements stood out from the pack, so I wanted to highlight them here for those of you that may have missed
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Spread the love        Tweet    This week on Drop In/Drop Out, Logan and Michael are joined by Tomas Franzese and Chris Compendio to talk about all of the hottest topics in video games that YOU want to hear about. To open the show, the crew gives their thoughts on what they’ve played of Red Dead Redemption 2 so far
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Spread the love        Tweet    If you were one of the fans annoyed by the announcement of Diablo Immortal this past weekend, then this probably isn’t going to make you any happier. According to Kotaku, Blizzard was originally going to announce that Diablo 4 was in development at the studio this past weekend during BlizzCon, but cut the announcement at the
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Spread the love        Tweet    Kadokawa Games has been very active in releasing several titles both in Japan and in the west over the past few years, including Root Letter, God Wars, Metal Max Xeno, and quite a few more. With more coming, including the newly-revealed LoveR, and Root Letter: Last Answer, DualShockers talked to President Yoshimi
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Spread the love        Tweet    While there are a ton of musings around the internet on whether the FPS or MOBA genres are fading into obscurity, there is one that is unreservedly buried in the graveyard: mini-golf games. Which is kind of a shame. Sure, there is plenty of love for the arcade golf games like the Mario Golf series
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Spread the love        Tweet    Cygames has been making the news more and more often lately, starting with its mobile games like Granblue Fantasy and Shadowverse, and culminating with its upcoming debut on consoles with titles like Granblue Fantasy Project Re: Link and the recently re-revealed Project Awakening.  With the developer set to aggressively expand worldwide, DualShockers talked to Executive Producer
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Spread the love        Tweet    While Nintendo has gotten especially good in the past years at coming up with interesting twists on the Mario series — giving us everything from Mario Tennis, to Mario Kart, to Captain Toad, and beyond — few were willing to go as far as Luigi’s Mansion. Set in a completely different style from the likes of his
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Spread the love        Tweet    The Caligula Effect: Overdose is the PS4 port of the original The Caligula Effect for PS Vita, and it’s expanding to the Switch and PC for its western release, courtesy of NIS America. While many tend to find similarities with the Persona series, which isn’t surprising considering the scenario by Persona and Persona 2 writer Tadashi Satomi, the game has
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Spread the love        Tweet    When we think of horror games, our minds usually swing immediately to the survival end of the genre’s spectrum with classic titles such as Resident Evil, Silent Hill, and more recently the Dead Space series. Rightly so, too, as these are phenomenal franchises and well-deserving of their placements as the pinnacles of horror
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Spread the love        Tweet    After initially unveiling the PlayStation Classic earlier this year, Sony today finally announced the full list of titles that will be coming to the mini-console for those of us here in western markets. Regardless of whether you think it’s missing out on such classic games like Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, or Castlevania: Symphony of
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Spread the love        Tweet    Like all Shounen Jump-inspired games, Jump Force piqued the interest of many fans of anime and manga, and it’s continuing to make the news with frequent announcements of new characters for its crazy battle royale. While it’s not the ultra-popular kind of battle royale that everyone is talking about nowadays, there’s always something
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Spread the love        Tweet    Most digital marketplaces are currently flooded with horror titles to coincide with the spookiest season of the year. Blood-splattered franchises like Resident Evil, Amnesia, Friday the 13th, and an entire catalog of games with the word “Dead” in their titles are all supplying scares for discounted prices. However, there’s no denying that
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Spread the love        Tweet    One Piece: World Seeker is set to usher in a brand new direction for the games dedicated to the popular anime and manga franchise, replacing the traditionally closed stages with a wide open world. While the game has recently been delayed to next year, the development team at Ganbarion and Bandai Namco is hard
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Spread the love        Tweet    A little over a year ago, Square Enix surprised everyone with Left Alive, a brand new survival shooter set in the world of Front Mission boasting a star-studded staff. Now, a year later (including several months of silence), the game is getting closer to its release. In order to know more about what we can expect,
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Spread the love        Tweet    After several years of anticipation, Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally arriving this Friday, and anticipation for the game couldn’t be any higher. As our full review of the game noted, you should be very, very excited for Red Dead Redemption 2‘s release tomorrow, but you can get a glimpse of the game right
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Spread the love        Tweet    Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown will soon bring the series back to the traditional fictional world of Strangereal, much to the joy of many fans of the franchise. Personally, I have enjoyed the past entries of the franchise massively, so it was my pleasure to talk to Producer Kazutoki Kono about the
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