Month: February 2019

Over the past year, it has become clear that Microsoft and Nintendo are getting very close. Several titles feature cross-play between the two platforms and some games from Microsoft owned studios like Minecraft and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice are still finding life on Nintendo’s hybrid console. That being said, recent rumors are suggesting that we could
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While Dragon Ball Action RPG Project Z may have been the most notable Dragon Ball related announcement to happen in January, the western release of Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission for PC and Nintendo Switch shouldn’t be overlooked, especially by collectible card game fans. Today, Bandai Namco delved into the game a bit further by unveiling
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Another week, another slate of games coming to Xbox One’s Backward Compatibility program. This week, four new games in total have joined the service all from publisher Capcom. For starters, the entire Lost Planet trilogy is now available to revisit on Xbox One. If you’re unfamiliar with Lost Planet, it is a series of third-person shooter games that
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As we draw closer to the release of Asobo Studio and Focus Home Interactive’s mesmerizing title A Plague Tale: Innocence on May 14, DualShockers wanted to delve into this dark, emotional-based story that revolves around siblings Amicia and Hugo and ask its game director Kevin Choteau some questions that should give players a more in-depth
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With every Mario RPG game comes its own unique gimmick, and Bowser’s Inside Story perhaps has one of the most memorable. Enhanced for the Nintendo 3DS, Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story encapsulates some of the best this subseries has to offer: a colorful art style, joyous music, quirky humor, sharp writing, a fun “other”
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If you’ve been waiting patiently for the opportunity to snap photos of your treasured mobile Pokémon, you can now do so if you’re an Android user. The update for Pokémon GO’s GO Snapshot mode went live earlier today, but only for Android devices. The new mode will allow you to jump to select the available Pokémon
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I got to tell you, it was really nice to see this video pop up in my YouTube feed. After being originally leaked (and subsequently confirmed by the developer’s senior game designer), today, Treyarch released a brand new “The Replacer” trailer to celebrate the release of Black Ops 4’s new Operation Grand Heist update. The trailer itself
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Since its debut earlier this month, the free-to-play battle royale shooter Apex Legends, itself a spin-off from Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall series, managed to find success incredibly quickly and already having surpassed over 25 million players. If you just got started with the game and are looking for a bit of extra loot to jump start your abilities in Apex
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The first title update for the Red Dead Online beta will be launching next week on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. This update will bring new Free Roam events, Showdown modes, Races, Weapons, Clothing, and Emotes for your Read Dead Online character. On the backend it will also introduce improvements and balances that were detailed last
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Worse Than Death is a new thriller coming soon to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Windows PCs, and iOS devices from developer Benjamin Rivers Inc. This is the same developer as the horror game Home which was released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Windows/Mac PCs, and iOS on October 28, 2014. Worse Than Death centers on
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Earlier today, rumors began circulating that the console release of Overkill’s The Walking Dead had been canceled. This rumor began over on Reddit where one user said that their pre-order for the PS4 version of the game had been canceled through the PlayStation Store with the reason for the cancellation of the order stating that the game
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While mods have been dominant on PC for years, they’ve only recently been making ground on consoles, specifically Xbox One. Mods have also usually been confined to Steam Workshop, third-party sites, or cherry-picked storefronts created by game publishers. Today, Paradox Interactive announced that it has partnered with Microsoft to create Paradox Mods, and independent modding platform
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Since launching last Friday for EA Origin Premiere subscribers on PC, Anthem has reportedly contained a lot of bugs and other various issues related to loading times. Developer BioWare has promised that they are aware of many of these problems and will be rectifying them in a Day 1 patch that is scheduled to coincide with
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