Month: June 2017

Originally released last year, Braid developer Jonathan Blow followed up his first puzzle game with the mind-bending The Witness earlier last year and garnered immense critical acclaim, while those hoping to experience the title on the recently-released Nintendo Switch may have to wait a bit longer. Blow expressed via Twitter that a Nintendo Switch version of The Witness
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Boss Key Productions released a new trailer titled “Bring Your Skills!” today for its upcoming title LawBreakers that showcases some internet personalities discussing their reaction to the game. For those who don’t know, LawBreakers is a fast-paced, gravity-based first person shooter from Cliff Bleszinski with a ton of verticality. This trailer coincides with the day
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Released back in March alongside the Nintendo Switch (and for the Wii U), The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild quickly became one of the standout titles of 2017 with its rich environments and deep gameplay mechanics, with the title expanding even further thanks to the release of the game’s first Expansion Pass DLC, “The
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Today, Ukraine-based developer Painted Black Games announced that its psychological pixel-art thriller and debut game, The Long Reach, is coming to PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, Mac, and Linux sometime during Q3 2017. Originally intended to be a mobile game, The Long Reach is said to be inspired by the Matrix, Resident Evil, Lone Survivor, True Detective, The Last Door, and Fargo.  Described as
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Today Sony Interactive Entertainment’s mobile subsidiary Forwardworks just announced via press release that its first mobile game Everybody’s Golf (Minna no Golf) passed a pre-registration milestone. The game has now over 400,000 pre-registrations. To celebrate, those who signed up will receive 30,000 coins in in-game currency, two avatar prize tickets, and a limited edition outfit.
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Art in Heart and Raw Fury Games released their quirky procedurally-generated rougelike platformer GoNNER on Nintendo Switch today, so they also put out a launch trailer to celebrate. For those who don’t know. GoNNER released on PC last October. The game is a really tough score based procedurally-generated platformer that tells a story of friendship concerning Ikk,
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The thought of a brand-new 2D Metroid game was often considered a pipedream among most Nintendo fans for quite some time. 2010’s Metroid: Other M didn’t exactly please many fans with its experimental, ever-swapping first and third-person gameplay, and the less said about last year’s Metroid Prime: Federation Force the better — especially given that fans called for
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NIS America launched a new trailer for their card based RPG Culdcept Revolt, coming to Nintendo 3DS. The trailer details “The Way to Win” by showing players different strategies and ways to approach the game’s card system. Additionally, players get a chance to preview the aforementioned cards that come in three different types and are
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Earlier this week the Game Critics Awards revealed its E3 2017 nominations. Today, the critics spoke. As you may know from reading the nominations articles, the top contenders were Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, all grabbing four fancy-dancy nominations. As for the most prestigious awards — Best of the
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Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the full line-up of games that will be available on-the-house for PlayStation Plus subscribers for the month of July. Below, you can view the full line-up: Until Dawn, PS4 Game of Thrones, PS4 Tokyo Jungle, PS3 Darkstalkers Resurrection, PS3 Element4l, PS Vita Don’t Die, Mr. Robot, PS Vita (Cross Buy
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For 25 years, the lovable pink puffball Kirby has inhaled the hearts of gamers everywhere with his colorful platforming adventures on Nintendo consoles, with a new eShop exclusive title, Kirby’s Blowout Blast, heading to the 3DS next week in celebration. Nintendo has announced that Kirby’s Blowout Blast will release next week to bring 3DS owners a standalone Kirby experience,
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Today, Media Create released its weekly sales chart of the Japanese video game market. For the week between June 19th and June 25th, Nintendo’s new IP available exclusively on the Switch, ARMS, is once again at the top, after it debuted there last week. Meanwhile right behind it is Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood, which debuts at No. 2. Following
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Today Microsoft revealed the lineup of games that will be made available to Xbox Game Pass Subscribers starting on July 1st. Dead Island Definitive Edition Resident Evil 6 F1 2015 The Flame in the Flood Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition Bard’s Gold Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine That’s six native Xbox One games, and one
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