Month: January 2020

While the game itself received some mixed reception for its storytelling and gameplay, Hideo Kojima’s long-awaited Death Stranding arguably delivered on creating an intriguing new world to explore for players. That especially is tied to the game’s memorable creatures and enemies like the BTs, the supernatural beings with ties to the realm of the living and
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The Nintendo GameCube is a console that is looked on incredibly fondly. Launching back on the 18th of November in 2001, it was beaten to market by the original Xbox by only three days in North America. Over the course of both life-cycles, only 2 million units separated them at the close of play, with
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If you couldn’t get it on the action earlier this week during the closed phase of the Disintegration beta, then your time has now come today. Starting now, Disintegration’s open beta portion has now kicked off and is available for all players. The beta went live earlier today at 10:00am PT today and it will wrap up tomorrow,
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Since its release this past November, Hideo Kojima’s long-awaited Death Stranding has continued not only to garner attention for its story and world, but also its visuals and music. The music of Death Stranding especially gained acclaim for its haunting songs from artists such as Low Roar and CHVRCHES, with a new soundtrack album for the game now available
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Overpass is doing its best to stand out in a crowded racer market. Instead of pitting you up against other racers in head-to-head matchups, Overpass embraces the truly treacherous world of off-road racing. There are no paved racetracks to zip around. In their place are mountainous passes that will require as much pre-planning as they
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If you were worried that the upcoming animated movie Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge wouldn’t be as violent as the video game series that it’s based on, you can probably quell those concerns. Earlier this week, Warner Bros. released the first trailer for Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge and one of the main criticisms from many
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The Turing Test is a first-person puzzle game by Bulkhead Interactive that first released for current systems and PC in 2016. The game’s design draws heavy inspiration from Valve’s Portal series, while the narrative is an original mind-boggling adventure. The puzzles don’t develop into a worthy challenge until late into the game; however, the story
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Even though we still don’t know a lot about Rare’s upcoming new IP Everwild, Rare has made one thing clear: it wants the game and its marketing to be inclusive. Microsoft has been one of the more proactive publishers in the accessibility scene. Not only have they released the Xbox Adaptive Controller, but they’ve been
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Nintendo Online was launched back in September of 2018 and is required to play Switch titles online. Not only that, but the service allows handy access to cloud-saves, special offers, and games. It’s proved popular, and relatively inexpensive when it comes to its full-priced Xbox Game Pass and PS Plus competitors. Only Epic’s Fortnite has
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Sony Interactive Entertainment has just announced that over 1 billion software titles have been sold worldwide for the PS4. This accounts only for games sold through retailers and the PlayStation Store, not including downloadable content. This total also includes games of all kinds, not just those from Sony’s first-party studios. The actual amount of software
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After just more than a week and thousands of guesses, the name for the next Kingdom Hearts mobile experience has been revealed. Announced under the codename “Project Xehanort,” the actual title will be Kingdom Hearts: Dark Road. There seems to be a lot of other announcements, so we’ll announce the title a little early. Please
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Nintendo closed 2019 in excellent fashion, selling over 10 million Switch consoles. In total Nintendo Switch has now sold over 52 million units since it’s March 3, 2017 release date. These updated sales numbers put the Switch well over the SNES which boasts lifetime sales of 49 million units. It goes without mention that Switch
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Fans who either haven’t gotten a Switch yet or are looking for a relaxingly nice aesthetic upgrade ahead of Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ release just got a very tempting incentive to drop $300. Nintendo announced Thursday night via its social media channels that Animal Crossing’s Switch debut will be getting a special edition version of
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Today SEGA Europe announced that all packaging for their future physical PC releases will be fully recycled. The announcement which was made over Twitter can be seen below. We’re pleased to announce that all of our future physical releases of PC games will be launched in fully recycled packaging! Total War: ROME II – Enemy
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343 Industries today released a new video talking about the studio’s ongoing work on the Halo franchise. In the process, the video also shed some light on the ongoing development of the upcoming installment in the series, Halo Infinite. For the most part, this video focuses largely on what 343 Industries does as a whole, rather than
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