Month: January 2019

Do you like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds? Do you like getting supply drops? How about starting off a match with three of them? If you answered yes to any of the previous questions you’ll be happy to learn that PUBG added a loot cave complete with three airdrop supply crates filled with the game’s best gear. All
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Each Splatfest in Splatoon 2 is typically a showdown between two hotly opposed combatants. We’ve had some classic bouts like the chicken vs. the egg, vampires vs. werewolves, and money vs…..love? This coming month’s Splatfest though, which will kick off next Friday, might just be one of the most contentious ever. Yes, it’s a battle of
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Today, Nintendo revealed the most recent sales figures for both the Switch and the available software for the device and the numbers for each continue to be pretty impressive. As of December 31, 2018, the Switch has now collectively sold 32.27 million units worldwide. The holiday season was especially good to Nintendo in 2018 as
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Xbox Live is once again growing in popularity with recent figures up to 64 million monthly active users, Microsoft announced in its second-quarter earnings call on Wednesday. This number represents an 8 percent growth over last year. Microsoft reported $32.5 billion in revenue, with $8.4 billion of that being net income. The company’s gaming division
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Nintendo announced today via its official Twitter account that its upcoming mobile game Mario Kart Tour has been delayed. スマートフォン向けアプリ『マリオカート ツアー』は、アプリの品質向上および配信後のサービス内容拡充のため、配信予定を2019年夏とさせていただきます。 pic.twitter.com/YhtI2DWw4H — 任天堂株式会社 (@Nintendo) January 31, 2019 Here’s a quick translation of the tweet: “Mario Kart Tour, our upcoming mobile app, has been delayed. We took this decision in order to furthermore improve the application’s
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This week, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has done the impossible—adding a playable Piranha Plant fighter. With that, the character received the ultimate (heh) honor: inclusion in that gorgeous mural featuring all of the fighters. As a Reddit post points out, here is the portion of that mural with the Piranha Plant in it: Piranha Plant
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After well over a decade of anticipation, Kingdom Hearts 3 finally released this week to the delight of series’ fans everywhere. Outside of the game seeming to deliver on everything that fans hoped for, naturally the game also happened to have an incredible soundtrack featuring the talents of Hikaru Utada and Skrillex performing the game’s theme
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Last weekend, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 players were able to take advantage of both standard double XP and double weapon XP in multiplayer, but there was a distinct lack of options for Blackout players. Now, Treyarch’s addressing those players by activating double Merits (essentially the mode’s version of XP) in the game’s battle royale
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THQ Nordic has today revealed that the original Darksiders game will soon be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Or, well, they did reveal it before then quickly taking down the announcement trailer. Earlier today, some folks discovered that a trailer for Darksiders: Warmastered Edition–the remastered version of the first game–appeared on THQ Nordic’s site for a bit before
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Ever since I stumbled across Wargroove last year through the Twittersphere, I’ve been bugging our reviews editor to let me review it. The turn-based strategy style sucked me in right away: It’s a genre I’ve always admired and think I’m much better at than I really am. Wargroove immediately gives off a certain je ne
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