DualShockers Original Video

Bartlow’s Dread Machine from Beep Games exists in a world where an old-fashioned pub game makes a reappearance. The game mixes bullet-hell mechanics with an old-timey aesthetic that helps drive how the game plays. Beep Games recently brought the game into early access on PC before its September release.  Give some of the early gameplay
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Here’s a hot take for you: Spider-Man Being a PlayStation exclusive character for Marvel’s Avengers sucks. And while this is an opinion being passed around by stalwarts in the Xbox community, a few members of our team (who are primarily PlayStation gamers) share the same opinion. Specifically, that console-locked in-game content is a bad practice
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Another exciting announcement, another discussion video with the DualShockers staff talking about their thoughts. This time, News Editor Michael Ruiz (me) and Video Manager Mario Rivera discuss the Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath expansion reveal from earlier today. Check out the video below. In the video, Mario and I discuss our connection with Mortal Kombat as
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King of Cards and Showdown will be completing the Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove package next week. Prior to then, DualShockers caught up with Yacht Club Games to reflect on the game’s development and lengthy post-launch support. While you can expect the full interview tomorrow, David D’Angelo from Yacht Club Games did reveal something surprising to
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This week we’ve been chatting up developer Lucid Games’ Switchblade, which is a unique twist on the seemingly set-in-stone MOBA genre. Unlike more conventional games like Dota 2 and League of Legends, Switchblade offers mobility and battle cars in its action-packed gameplay. If this has piqued your interest, check out the what a match looks like in the gameplay video below: So,
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Switchblade is a crazy beast. Relatively novice studio Lucid Games is attempting to take on the MOBA market at large, which is filled with some of the heaviest hitters in the industry. Even better, they are driving that momentum with a unique take–instead of a top-down League of Legends format, we see vehicle action more akin to Twisted Metal or Rocket League.
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Coming from the studio that brought us the Dark Souls series and Bloodborne, I can already tell you that yes, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is hard. And that you’ll probably die a lot. I mean, the title of the game is called “Shadows DIE Twice.” Think about it. …in any event, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice–the highly-anticipated next project coming
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Following our character creation of a charismatic mafiosa dictator with a love of Wes Anderson-esque pastels, it was time to jump into the first mission of the Tropico 6 campaign — starting off in the spot where you first meet series favorite sycophant, Penultimo! To check out what exactly happened (and how we stumbled through the game’s control scheme),
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