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Spread the love       Tweet    The Scott Pilgrim franchise has been beloved for years across several different mediums, from the original series of graphic novels to the acclaimed 2010 film starring Michael Cera. Alongside the film, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game brought the series’ trademark humor to a classic beat ’em up experience on last-gen systems. The
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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    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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Spread the love       Tweet    Thus far, these lists have been relatively easy to put together. After all, whether you’re platforming in 2D or 3D, you’re still jumping around. Action-adventure is a little murkier, but even there, you basically know what you’re getting yourself into. However, when trying to build the ultimate sports game star, we ran
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Spread the love       Tweet    For over 40 years, gamers have been trying to escape a ghostly death in Pac-Man. From the game’s arcade roots to its modern day iterations, the Pac-Man franchise has continued to be one of the most iconic in video games for 40 years. With Pac-Man reaching this significant new milestone, Minecraft is getting in on the
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Spread the love       Tweet    The Assassin’s Creed franchise has had a rollercoaster history of development and direction. When the first game released in 2007, it gave me a fresh perspective of creativity that I haven’t really experienced in another AAA franchise since. From the beginning, the stealth action-adventure series has delved into different important eras of
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Spread the love       Tweet    As it approaches its fifteenth anniversary, the Assassin’s Creed franchise has been just about all over the place. From Renaissance Italy, to Ancient Greece, and even the American Revolution, the Assassin’s Creed saga has taken us on many different adventures all of varying quality. Now, with Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla set to come out later this
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Spread the love       Tweet    Though the first half of the year has been upended in significant ways by the coronavirus pandemic, this spring has still been a great one for video games. Several long-anticipated games have finally made their way to gamers everywhere, including the highly-anticipated Final Fantasy VII Remake. As a reimagining of a JRPG classic,
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Spread the love       Tweet    With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to have a hold on numerous businesses and industries around the world, the games industry has seen several challenges in the wake of the pandemic. Development especially has been difficult for some studios with employees having to work from home and practice social distancing, leading to limitations
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Spread the love       Tweet    The Yakuza Remastered Collection’s release marks an auspicious moment for the series. For the first time ever, you can now play the entire series from start to finish on the PS4. That alone is reason enough to grab a PS4 in my eyes, even as the console generation comes to a close.
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Spread the love       Tweet    After being removed from marketplaces last summer, Capcom today announced that DuckTales: Remastered is once again available for sale digitally. In case you weren’t aware, DuckTales: Remastered was removed from all digital storefronts last year when Capcom’s license expired with Disney, which was what allowed the publisher to sell the game in
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Spread the love       Tweet    Coming off the success of Shovel Knight, the path ahead for developer Yacht Club Games seems especially full of possibility. As one of the most successful games to come out of crowdfunding through Kickstarter, the success of Shovel Knight has led to several spin-offs and new projects set in the game’s world, alongside
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Spread the love       Tweet    The past week was a big one for developer and publisher Yacht Club Games, most well-known for Shovel Knight, as the company earlier this week shared details on a number of new projects that it has in the works. Among those was the announcement of its upcoming puzzle game Shovel Knight: Pocket Dungeon that
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Spread the love       Tweet    If there is one thing that PlayStation is known for, it’s an eclectic range of games that come from all varieties of backgrounds, countries, developers, and more. That is especially the case for Japanese games, given Sony’s roots, and the latest sale on the PlayStation Store gives fans of Japanese games a
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Spread the love       Tweet    Atlus held these past weeks a survey in Japan in order to create a ranking of all the BGM in Persona 5. Shoji Meguro’s work on the game has been highly praised worldwide, so this is quite an interesting survey. The results have been published on February 19, during Persona 5 Scramble‘s
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Spread the love       Tweet    Devil May Cry 3 on Switch is fantastic. Of course, that was true of the game for its original PS2 release and has remained true regardless of what system or version you’re playing on. As such, it’s nice to see that the Switch port is no exception to that rule. While some
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