Month: February 2019

Little Friends: Dogs & Cats popped up on social media today with a pawfect announcement trailer showing what can only be described as a spiritual successor to Nintendogs and Nintencats. The trailer features a bunch of gameplay footage of adorable wittle floofy woofys and kitty kitties. Developed by Imagineer and published by Sold Out, Little Friends: Dogs & Cats will head
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Nihon Falcom revealed new information on Ys IX: Monstrum Nox in the latest issues of Famitsu and Dengeki PlayStation, with both magazines featuring the same information and screenshots. We’ve got many new details on the game’s setting and the “Prison City” Balduk. Along with Adol, all the Monstrum characters have been confirmed as playable, plus
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The schedule and attendees list for PAX East 2019 was released this morning and as expected, the usual slate of publishers like Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, Ubisoft, Square-Enix, and many, many others will be in attendance. Of the full list of attendees though, one developer/publisher, in particular, is raising some eyebrows, specifically because of what is promised
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ArtPlay and 505 Games have released a development update on Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night on the Kickstarter page.  Designer Koji Igarashi shared some new mechanics introduced in the release window trailer during the most recent Nintendo Direct. There was also a graphics comparison video released to show how far along the game has come in
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Mechstermination Force was revealed by Gunman Clive creator Bertil Hörberg last week. When it launches this Spring, it will be available exclusively for Nintendo Switch. Hörberg Productions’ games have typically stuck to Nintendo platforms, and over DualShockers’ past two interviews with Bertil Hörberg, we’ve gotten a better idea as to why these games have typically stuck to Nintendo
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Reboots, remakes, and remasters. The three R’s that have, in some ways, defined this generation. Just within the past three years, we’ve seen Ratchet & Clank reimagined, Crash Bandicoot revisited, and the unfortunate return of Bubsy. There have been some decent video game comebacks but a good portion of them are fueled by nostalgia, sacrificing
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Square Enix revealed today that Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will be getting a free to play version. Titled Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition, this version will be launching on PlayStation 4 and Steam on March 12. You can check the game’s Steam page here. Square Enix also confirmed that the full game, currently only available on PS4,
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Plague Inc. developer has confirmed that it will introduce anti-vaxxers to the video game title focused around growing a deadly pathogen. The planned addition comes from the success of a petition that gained a great deal of interest. You’ll probably recall Ndemic Creations pushing their 2012 title that has you creating and growing a deadly pathogen.
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Originally released in 2014, Alien: Isolation from developer Creative Assembly quickly became a hit not only for its rich adaptation of the Alien universe and story, but also for bringing players into a terrifying horror experience that rivaled what we saw with Ripley in the original film. That said, it appears that Isolation will be getting a new
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In all of the two years that I’ve been working for DualShockers, I never thought I’d be writing this article. Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment, SCUF controllers, and more than likely Hasbro announced a brand new Vantage Wireless controller for PlayStation 4 and believe it or not it’s entirely themed around the Transformer Bumblebee. The controller itself
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After being announced almost a year ago, we are finally only a few weeks away from Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 hitting store shelves. Even though the game isn’t out yet, however, that isn’t stopping Massive Entertainment and Ubisoft from releasing details about the game’s post-launch content roadmap and that’s exactly what they’ve done. The first two
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Yesterday, Skybound Entertainment announced that it was ending its contract with Starbreeze Publishing which allowed the latter company to utilize The Walking Dead IP for its game Overkill’s The Walking Dead. In the process of voiding this contract, it essentially ended all hope of the game’s future console release along with discontinuing to the already-released PC version.
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After nearly a year of anticipation, The Pokemon Company, Game Freak, and Nintendo finally lifted the veil this morning on Generation 8 of the Pokemon franchise. Pokemon Sword and Shield, the latest entries in the series set to release later this year on Switch, will take players to the Galar region, a locale that seems to be
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When I first heard about Shadow–the cloud-based gaming service–I was excited. When I loaded it up for the first time in Starbucks on Jamaica Ave–I was impressed. When I loaded up the Shadow Ghost–I was disappointed. Shadow is pretty simple to understand after you’ve explained it to all your friends and family twice. There’s a
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