Editorials

Daemon X Machina has a visual flair that’s astoundingly unique on the Nintendo Switch. A mech-based third-person shooter that has gameplay elements of Monster Hunter, Armored Core, Freedom Wars, and a dystopian-inspired storyline that culminates into something that feels wildly unique amongst the Nintendo Switch’s lineup of games. Needless to say, I’ve been shipping this game since its
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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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Omensight positions itself as an epic tale filled with a lovable, diverse cast and time travel magic to round out a cataclysmic adventure. Taking the reigns of The Harbinger — summoned by the world to protect against apocalyptic ruin — you navigate through a world of colorful characters and engaging fantasy. It’s a game that should be
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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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There have been a lot of thoughts and hot takes going around the Internet lately regarding Anthem, BioWare and EA’s upcoming shared-world loot shooter. Of all those chiming in there with their own opinions on the game though, we here at DualShockers have been quiet about the game for now simply because, well, we’re not actively
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Disclaimer: The names/handles mentioned in this piece have been edited for the sake of anonymity, but are only a few of the experiences I’ve had. “No, no, no! NO!” The ball bounced a few feet in front of my Twinzer after being delicately knocked over by another player on the opposing team. As the ball
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The new year has kicked off with the fantastic remake of Resident Evil 2, likely causing gamers around the world to promptly shit their pants at its harrowing corridors and immensely unsettling enemies. No enemy encapsulates this game’s horror quite like “Mr. X,” or “T-00” if we’re going by the lore. This walking brute force has become the talk of
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This January has been quite crowded with game releases, most of which are capitalizing on beloved series, whether that be via remasters, full-on remakes, or continuations of long-dormant but beloved series. This continues into the final week of January as well, as this week’s releases are headlined by the Square Enix’s long awaited Kingdom Hearts III. 
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