Month: June 2020

Spread the love       Tweet    Niantic, best known for Pokemon Go, is full of announcements today. They announced that their upcoming Catan World Explorers is releasing into beta sometime soon. And now, they’ve revealed that they’ll be working with Punchdrunk, the Sleep No More creators, to produce a new Augmented Reality experience. It all sounds incredibly ambitious.
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Spread the love       Tweet    Niantic is best known as the team behind hits like Pokemon Go and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Now, they’re adding to their growing catalog of major IPs with a new game based on the world-famous board game Catan. Catan World Explorers enters beta “very soon” and aims to turn the classic game
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Spread the love       Tweet    Well, this is something I did not expect to write about this beautiful Saturday morning. Shakedown: Hawaii is coming to the Wii, Wii U, and Steam later this summer. Both of the versions will include all currently released content and updates, including the Mogul Update, the Full Tank update, and other tweaks
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Spread the love       Tweet    Today’s been a busy day for Mark Zuckerberg; following the announcement that Microsoft’s Mixer would be shuttering in a migration to Facebook Gaming, the beleaguered tech company announced another major acquisition. Starting today, developers Ready at Dawn — creators of The Order: 1886, Daxter, and the handheld God of War titles — will
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Spread the love       Tweet    Yesterday, gamers around the world tuned in to PlayStation 5’s long-awaiting upcoming games and console reveal. The hour-long lined-up consisted of brand new PS5 exclusives, first-party games, and of course, the console itself which has divided players on how it looks. Regardless of your opinion on whether you think the PS5 looks
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Spread the love       Tweet    Entergram revealed new details and screenshots on the enhanced version of the KonoSuba dungeon crawler RPG coming to PS4 and Switch. First off, the release date: it’ll launch in Japan on August 27, 2020. The normal version is 6000 Yen (tax excluded) while the limited edition is 9000 Yen (tax excluded). Kono
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Spread the love       Tweet    With the current climate of uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, numerous major events in the games industry have either been cancelled or postponed throughout most of 2020. So far this has included major events such as E3, Gamescom, and more, alongside several anticipated fan events such as the Final Fantasy 14 Fan Festival.
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