Month: October 2018

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 brother, Luigi’s Mansion gave
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Atlus released another character trailer for the Etrian Odyssey inspired spin-off of Persona, Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, this time introducing Yusuke Hanamura from Persona 4. Yusuke is pretty surprised to see the theater the characters are stuck in, with Ryuji and Chie saying they already got used to it by now. Yusuke probably joins the party
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Following the release of Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games has now announced that the official soundtrack of the game will soon be releasing as well. The original score of Red Dead Redemption 2 was composed by Woody Jackson, who has previously worked on the original Red Dead Redemption, Grand Theft Auto V, and LA Noire. Alongside Jackson though, a litany of
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Bandai Namco Entertainment and Supermassive Games have today unveiled a new trailer for the upcoming narrative-driven horror game Man of Medan to coincide with Halloween. Man of Medan, which was originally revealed back at Gamescom 2018, is the first installment in an ongoing series known as The Dark Pictures Anthology. Today’s new trailer specifically shows off more of Man of Medan and
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If you’re excited for The Witcher Netflix series, get ready. The first look of Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia has been revealed. Revealed via the official Netflix US Twitter, the makeup and costume test footage shows Cavill walking towards a camera sporting a long white mane and leather outfit akin to what Geralt sports in The
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To celebrate the year’s spookiest day, The Pokemon Company has today released a new trailer for Pokemon: Let’s Go Pikachu! and Let’s Go Eeevee! which shows off Pokemon’s spookiest location. The iconic and chilling city of Lavender Town has been featured in this new trailer for Pokemon: Let’s Go and as you might expect, it features the town’s classic music redone
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To celebrate Halloween, Capcom has decided to give Resident Evil 2 fans a new treat, rather than a trick. Via a new trailer released this morning, Capcom has unveiled that Leon and Claire will be able to don their classic costumes from the original Resident Evil 2 within this new RE2 remake. For those unaware, both Claire and Leon have not only had
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Throughout the history of Pokémon, the series has always been primarily about the bond between trainer and pokémon. However, with the core titles being released on portable Nintendo devices throughout the years, it has consistently proven to be incredibly simple to integrate the game into a social environment. The latest trailer for the upcoming installments
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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 many unique aspects
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Electronic Arts held their annual investors call to go over financials for Q2 of fiscal year 2019 today and in the process spoke about the upcoming release of Anthem. EA’s COO & CFO Blake Jorgensen stated in his opening remarks that the company expects net bookings from full-game digital sales to grow by 20%-25%. Jorgensen continued
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During Electronic Arts investor call going over financials for Q2 of fiscal year 2019, new information regarding EA-owned studio Respawn Entertainment and their upcoming projects was seemingly divulged. EA’s CEO Andrew Wilson spoke during the opening statements of the call about the future of the company and what investors can expect in terms of future
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Ahead of its scheduled launch in December, Square Enix and Avalanche Studios have today announced that Just Cause 4 has now gone gold. For those unfamiliar with the term “gone gold”, this means that work on Just Cause 4 has now been completed and the game will now arrive on time for its planned release date. To be honest,
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