Month: April 2019

Spread the love       Tweet    Nintendo revealed more information and screenshots for Fire Emblem: Three Houses through Famitsu, expanding on what we’ve seen in the game’s previous trailer. We’ve got new details on the story, on the protagonists, the students we’ll need to teach, and on the continent of Fódlan. The Japanese cast was revealed as well. As already
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Spread the love       Tweet    Outside of Japan, Canada is the country with the largest Square Enix workforce. Currently, almost 700 people work at Eidos Montreal and Square Enix Montreal, and today Square Enix revealed their intentions to add 100 new jobs at both of the aforementioned studios and expand their office space. Square Enix is working
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Spread the love       Tweet    In 2017, Lizardcube and Dotemu brought Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, an awesome remake of Wonder Boy III, to PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Today, over two years after the title’s initial launch, the pair have confirmed that it has nearly sold 500,000 copies and revealed that they are bringing
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Spread the love       Tweet    Aerith Gainsborough stole the hearts of many Final Fantasy fans in Final Fantasy VII. Aerith was the last of her kind, an ancient race called the Cetra. She also possessed magical abilities that made her a target by the Shinra Electric Power Company. Aerith was always in a position where she was still
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Spread the love       Tweet    If there’s only one thing players can always depend to be consistent in Splatoon 2, it’s the fashion sense. New clothes for the Nintendo Switch game isn’t exactly groundbreaking, but Japanese magazine CoroCoro did something a bit special for the game. A contest allowed readers to design their own clothes for Splatoon 2,
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Spread the love       Tweet    Since its launch earlier this month, the highly-anticipated Dreams from developer Media Molecule has opened the floodgates to players doing all kinds of intriguing and creative things with the “make anything” game, and from one creator that includes trying to recreate one of last year’s most acclaimed PS4 titles, Marvel’s Spider-Man. Dreams player Tamir Williams
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Spread the love       Tweet    In the absence of a proper F-Zero game for modern Nintendo platforms, third-party games such as Redout have filled the void. This particular racing game from developer 34BigThings previously released on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Mac, but its announced Switch version has been missing in action since then. Through a press
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Spread the love       Tweet    FromSoftware announced a Sekiro manga adaptation spinoff focused on tutorial NPC Hanbei. The manga is titled Sekiro Side Story: Hanbei the Undying. It’ll be pre-published digitally for free on Comic Walker in Japan, and the first chapter will launch on May 27. Sekiro Side Story: Hanbei the Undying‘s story is supervised by FromSoftware, and
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Spread the love       Tweet    Twinspell Studio is an up and coming developer made up of 5 recent college graduates, and their first game looks great. Titled Descend, Twinspell’s firs project is an RPG with puzzle and platforming elements that takes place in a gorgeous and creative world of Hemonnet. Check out the game’s latest trailer below:
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Spread the love       Tweet    Saber Interactive announced recently that the new co-op game World War Z had sold over 1 million copies within its first week. On their official Twitter account, Saber thanked everyone who supported the game and that they are hard at work making fixes to the game as well as releasing new content soon.
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Spread the love       Tweet    Boundary Break is definitely one of my favorite YouTube channels. If you are unaware of the channel, Boundary Break does exactly what it sounds like, break the boundaries of your favorite games to show what is going on behind the scenes. The latest episode dove right into one of my favorite games
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Spread the love       Tweet    Japanese comedy duo Yoiko, known for playing through various videogames together, has recently tackled the Nintendo Switch version of the popular indie title Undertale in a new YouTube video. The gameplay video, posted just below, shows the two as they experience the opening section of the game: After encountering the sub-boss Napstablook
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Spread the love       Tweet    Days Gone, which released exclusively for PS4 on April 26th, gets a new patch to address even more issues with the game including stuttering framerate, bugs, glitches, and crashing issues among other problems. Update 1.05 is smaller than the previous four updates, coming in at 136MB: The changelog for all the fixes:
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Spread the love       Tweet    Lately news has been coming out about working condition at some gaming studios, from Rockstar Games to Epic Games. Mortal Kombat 11‘s NetherRealm isn’t exempt from the list, according to various tweets from full-time workers and multiple contractors as well as a new article from PC Gamer. Once such account from James Longstreet,
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Spread the love       Tweet    Despite Mortal Kombat 11 otherwise being an excellent fighting game and one of the best entries in the series, fans have been pretty disgruntled about the Towers of Time mode. If you do not know, the game mode is a time-limited set of challenges that has players fight computer-controlled opponents for rewards.
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Spread the love       Tweet    PlayStation Now has continued to grow after its incredibly rocky start. While it hasn’t reached the success of its rival in Xbox Game Pass, the PlayStation subscription service has slowly gained an audience and much of that can be attributed to the addition of being able to download offered titles last year.
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