Month: February 2020

Gearbox just pumped a ton of new content into Borderlands 3 around Valentine’s Day. However, the team is far from done. With PAX East kicking off this weekend, Gearbox is going back to the main stage to reveal the next campaign add-on for its popular loot-shooter. You can catch the trailer Thursday, February 27 from
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Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition might be close. After receiving its classification in Korea last week, the game now has a “T for Teen” ESRB rating on Nintendo’s North American website as first spotted by Xenoblade fan account XenoBits. The ESRB has finally rated #XenobladeChronicles Definitive Edition. It was also just rated in South Korea recently,
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Square Enix revealed new features in the upcoming Trials of Mana remake. We have details on the characters’ growth, Costume Change, Class Reset, Additional dialogues between the party, the Magic Pot system, and other details, like regarding the game’s difficulty. We translated all the details below. New screenshots are available as well and in English.
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It seems that each month brings more information regarding the upcoming tactical RPG title Digimon Survive, and this month is no exception. Thanks to new scans from V-Jump magazine as well as some new screenshots, we become acquainted with newcomers Kaito Shinonome and his partner Dracumon. According to the new scans, Kaito has both a
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Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man from Marvel’s Spider-Man will be getting a brand new figurine based off his Advanced Suit design. The figure, priced at a reasonable $84.99, is the first in the Armory Collection Line and is a collaborative effort between SideshowCollectibles and PCS Collectibles. From the official site: “Marvel’s Spider-Man 1:10 Statue, measuring 7.35’’
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If you’re a fan of Electronic Art’s Star Wars games then you may want to listen up. Late last night a report was released by Kotaku that mentioned the fact that there are, apparently, two brand new Star Wars games currently in development at EA. According to the report released by notably correct insider Jason Schreier, the first
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The creative limits of Media Molecule’s latest opus, Dreams, is nearly boundless. From recreations of upcoming video games to breakfast meals that look better than the real thing, fans are creating works of genius that would give Peter Molyneux pause. One local area resident, going by user @ImNotReal_DS on Twitter, feels like the current version of
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In previous years, FIFA Ultimate Team promos were exciting times for the community. Maybe you completed some objectives or finished an SBC to get new players into your team. Or maybe you got very, very lucky and packed one of the promo players. However, the promos only hit once or twice a month, which gave
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After launching in early access exactly one month ago today, Humble Bundle has announced that its Pokemon-inspired title Temtem has already reached a rather impressive milestone. In total, Temtem has already sold over 500,000 copies around the world. While this might not be all that impressive for larger, triple-A releases, for a game of a smaller size like Temtem
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No matter how many times it happens in life, change is always around the corner. Sometimes it comes to us at the perfect moment, while other times it’ll come at the worst time. One game that tackles the concept of change is Florence, published by Annapurna Interactive and developed by first-time developer Mountains. The game
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