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The time has finally come — after sustained criticism from developers, publishers, and dedicated fans, Metacritic has changed their user review system to prevent review bombing. Following blowback following the release of Naughty Dog’s flagship PS4 title, The Last of Us Part 2, Metacritic implemented a new system prohibiting fans from reviewing titles within 36 hours
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Bravely Default 2 has entered the final stages of its development, according to the official Japanese Bravely Default Twitter account. The news wasn’t all positive though, as fans of the mobile entry of the Bravely series, Bravely Default Fairy’s Effect, was told that service was going to end on August 31, 2020. In the tweet,
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Many of the biggest companies in the gaming industry have announced plans to host online events to replace the typical e3 press conference. Ubisoft has announced a digital experience that it will be hosting. The PC Gaming Show will return. Xbox just announced today that they will be showcasing some games for the Xbox Series
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With the growing concerns over the coronavirus outbreak across the world, things are certainly stressful and uncertain right now for everyone around the world. Thankfully, video games have been able to help take us out of dark times before, and with so many countries turning to shelter in place orders and more drastic measures, gaming
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Shinsuke Kodama, one of the main designer on the Ryusei no Rockman series (Mega Man Star Force), and the Gyakuten series (Ace Attorney) announced on Twitter his departure from Capcom: 皆さまお久しぶりです!児玉です!生きてます! わたくしごとですが、新たなチャレンジのため、2月末でカプコンを退社致しました。ので、これからは外から逆転シリーズを応援したいと思います! ので、これからは、時々カレーとネコと逆転のリリース済み情報のツイートとなります〜。 — 児玉真佑 (@shinsuke_kodama) March 2, 2020 Shinsuke Kodama: “It’s been a while, everyone, it’s Kodama, I’m still alive! I left Capcom when
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Coming off the success of Shovel Knight, the path ahead for developer Yacht Club Games seems especially full of possibility. As one of the most successful games to come out of crowdfunding through Kickstarter, the success of Shovel Knight has led to several spin-offs and new projects set in the game’s world, alongside multiple expansions of
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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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With its latest entry now at more than 5 million copies sold, the Luigi’s Mansion series has become another household name in Nintendo’s stable of franchises. Turns out it has also produced one of the company’s rarest pieces of memorabilia. Mario fan blog Supper Mario Broth posted pictures to Twitter late Thursday of a promotional
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With Treasure Trove finished, the future of Shovel Knight is murky. Will the upcoming Shovel Knight Dig be the last of our lil’ blue knight’s adventures? In a recent interview with the Nintendo Power Podcast, Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove director Sean Velasco and artist Sandy Gordon emphasized that Shovel Knight isn’t going anywhere. In the interview, host
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Ever since Banjo-Kazooie released on Nintendo 64 In 1998, the iconic duo has been loved by gamers around the world. Banjo-Kazooie‘s success prompted developer Rare to create Banjo-Tooie, which released for Nintendo 64 in 2000. Following the success of these first two outings, Microsoft purchased Rare for $375 million. Nintendo fans who loved the Banjo-Kazooie games on Nintendo 64
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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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Pokemon Sword and Shield finally met the demand for console entries into the series, and the market responded. Big time. Nintendo’s nine-month earnings report, released Thursday, revealed that Sword and Shield have sold more than 16 million copies since their November release, becoming the latest highlight in what’s been an incredibly strong fiscal year for
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