Editorials

  Welcome to 2018 at DualShockers, and let’s ring in the New Year with our most time-honored tradition: reflecting on the previous year’s game and trying our best to rank them. And what a year 2017 was. Continuing from the practice from previous years, our most important awards — Game of the Year (Readers’ Choice) and Most Anticipated
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For this week’s DualShockers Community Game Night, we’re playing The Jackbox Party Pack 4. Jackbox got a great reaction earlier this month, so we’re making it a regular thing. Where: https://www.twitch.tv/dualshockerslive/ When: Wednesday, December 26th at 8:00 pm EDT Here’s the best part: You don’t even need a copy of The Jackbox Party Pack 4 to play. Just join
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As 2017 comes to a close, DualShockers and our staff are reflecting on this year’s batch of games for our official Game of the Year awards. In the lead up to the New Year’s Day reveal, each member of the staff will give their personal top 10 games they played this year. This year has
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On May 17, 2011, Rockstar Games published a neo-noir detective title called L.A. Noire on seventh generation consoles (with a Windows port a few months later). During its initial release, the slow-paced title reached critical acclaim and was one of the more ambitious titles released that year. Over six years later, Rockstar Games decided to re-release
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The Flame in the Flood is another fine addition to the Nintendo Switch’s library this year. If you’re looking for a survival game on the handheld-console hybrid that isn’t Minecraft, Flame in the Flood is definitely worth checking out, as it manages to mix some very unique survival and roguelike mechanics that set it apart from other titles in
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Hear ye, hear ye! The Xbox One X’s launch is fast approaching, and we already know what is on the minds of readers — when can we read DualShockers‘ official impressions of the hardware? Anyone familiar with the gaming (or any) review industry and journalism surrounding it knows that embargoes exist — hard deadlines that
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My first experience with One Piece: Unlimited World Red was actually with the PS Vita version of the game back when it came out exclusively at GameStop back in 2014. If you’re unfamiliar with the game, it’s basically a beat-em-up with some very minor RPG mechanics based on the iconic anime/manga series. And while the game was
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Capcom subsidiary Clover Studio was only around for less than three years since its formation. Although God Hand would be their last game before officially closing their doors and Viewtiful Joe was the studio’s longest-running series, it would be the 2006 action-adventure title Okami that would often be considered their best game. Exactly eleven years after its official release
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Last week, Robot Gentleman, developer behind 2015’s popular indie game 60 Seconds!, revealed 60 Parsecs!, a sequel/spiritual successor to the aforementioned 60 Seconds!. The game moves the action from a fallout shelter to a spaceship, and adds new systems such as crafting and travelling. While only the survival portion on the spaceship was shown off at the
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As the follow-up to the acclaimed Red Dead Redemption, the upcoming Red Dead Redemption 2 from Rockstar Games looks like it is set to bring players back into the beautiful and violent world of the Wild West once more. Coming off the game’s reveal trailer from last year, Red Dead Redemption 2 got a brand new trailer earlier this week
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