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Spread the love       Tweet    This year sees The Legend of Zelda celebrate an incredible milestone. One of Nintendo’s biggest pillars of success turns 35 this year, joining Mario (who turned 35 last year) and Metroid. Since Skyward Sword HD was confirmed for the Nintendo Switch, there has been lots of speculation about which games should join
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Spread the love       Tweet    Today, EA revealed its latest project from the EA Originals program. This one comes from Velan Studios, who is the team behind Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit. However, this game is something completely different. Knockout City pairs elements of first-person shooters and fighting games to make a new dodgeball extravaganza. I’ve had
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Spread the love       Tweet    Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy is the sequel to the original Atelier Ryza, which chronicled a secret adventure the titular alchemist embarked on with her friends on Kurken Island. Three years later Ryza receives a letter from her friends, summoning her to the royal capital Ashra-am Baird in
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Spread the love       Tweet    Visual novels based on intricately plotted anime franchises are fairly common these days so it can be somewhat of a crowded market. This only makes the fact that Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- The Prophecy of the Throne (titled Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- The False Royal Election Candidate in Japan)
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Spread the love  0    Tweet    Hitman 3 is a great game, and I don’t like playing it. As contradictory as that seems, the Hitman games play to a very specific niche. Unfortunately, try as I might, I don’t think I’m in that niche. The reboot games have been all about approaching the well-designed levels like a sandbox,
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Spread the love  0    Tweet    Echo Games found a niche audience with their rhythm-roguelike hybrid Rhythm Fighter when it was released on Steam last year. Soon, you’re finally able to pummel enemies to the beat while on the go when it makes its debut on the Nintendo Switch. The musical brawler takes a bit of inspiration from megahit Crypt
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Spread the love       Tweet    I remember being a young’un and getting excited as the next subscription for my PlayStation Official Magazine, PC Gamer Magazine, or the Official Xbox Magazine would land in the shops. I’d be excited about the content within the pages; reviews, editorials, and facts tucked away in boxouts. But the biggest selling point
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Spread the love       Tweet    The year 2020 featured some quality titles that dealt with the themes of life, loss, and death, such as Spiritfarer, Mosaic, Sea of Solitude,  Coffee Talk, and Hades. When the Past Was Around is another title — an adventure point-and-click puzzle game — that delves into the vast intricacies of love, death,
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Spread the love       Tweet    Please don’t skip Unreal Life. At the time of my writing my review, Unreal Life has been on Steam since late November 2020. It has 98 user reviews, with a 97% positive rating; you can do the math on that. Developed by just one person, this is the kind of supremely niche
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Spread the love       Tweet    Now that the official DualShockers GOTY 2020 results have been published, we Weebs/Otaku/Nerds/Whatever appellation floats your Nice Boat, still have one more battlefield we must face, a Saimoe to decide the Best Girl and Best Boy of 2020 in Japanese games. However this is a high-level, special Saimoe vote, geared towards those
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Spread the love       Tweet    After I previewed Drawn to Life: Two Realms, I was excited to continue the calming, charming, and slightly nostalgic worlds that the game had to offer. In fact, I noted that if the game was able to keep up the methodical introduction of player freedom and puzzle elements I experienced in the
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Spread the love       Tweet    As 2020 (thankfully) comes to a close, the DualShockers staff is coming together to share their personal favorite games throughout the year. Unlike our official Game of the Year Awards, each of these lists is meant to reflect which games stood out personally to each of our staff members. Additionally, any game
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Spread the love  0    Tweet    If there’s one thing I love it’s giant robots punching each other. So when Override: Mech City Brawl was released in 2018, I was very excited to check it out. It ultimately proved to be a very fun, if a little bare, multiplayer brawler where mechs have fistfights in various stages. Now,
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Spread the love       Tweet    As 2020 (thankfully) comes to a close, the DualShockers staff is coming together to share their personal favorite games throughout the year. Unlike our official Game of the Year Awards, each of these lists is meant to reflect which games stood out personally to each of our staff members. Additionally, any game
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Spread the love       Tweet    As 2020 (thankfully) comes to a close, the DualShockers staff is coming together to share their personal favorite games throughout the year. Unlike our official Game of the Year Awards, each of these lists is meant to reflect which games stood out personally to each of our staff members. Additionally, any game
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