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In just a few minutes, PlayStation Experience 2017’s Opening Celebration will be going live — hopefully revealing all of the titles we are going to be hearing about this weekend. It still isn’t clear what we will be seeing, but wishful guesses include The Last of Us: Part II, Dreams, and the newly-revealed Ghost of Tsushima. For
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In just a few minutes, The Game Awards 2017 will be going live — showing off the industry’s best and brightest with gaming’s Academy Awards-equivalent award show. While we still don’t know all the announcements coming our way, reasonable minds can assume we will be seeing the recently-leaked Fade to Silence by THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games,
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Shinichi Kameoka is well known for the Mana series, but is currently working on his own franchise, launched with Egglia: Legend of the Redcap, which is currently available for iOS and Android. In order to learn more about this charming mobile JRPG, we visited the headquarters of Kameoka-san’s Kichijoji-based studio in Tokyo, and had an extensive
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Let’s celebrate Thanksgiving with another DualShockers giveaway! The World Arena Championship is right on the horizon on November 25th, and developer Com2uS is celebrating their flagship tournament for mobile RPG Summoners War with a swag box giveaway. This time we’re giving one lucky North American reader a sweet box of Summoners War loot. What’s in the
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Star Wars Battlefront II should’ve been the Chosen One. After the lackluster response to 2015’s Battlefront, Battlefront II seemed to have the breadth of content and an added campaign to please that those who felt slighted from the first game wanted in the sequel. At its best moments, Battlefront II is the game that we hoped it would be with some
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Since 1979, the gaming industry has made fourteen attempts at creating a Superman video game worthy of your time and wallet. While many of these games were a valiant effort (except Superman 64) fans of the Man of Steel never received an actual Superman game per se; Megaton Rainfall is the superhero game no one wanted. But, I am
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With no exception, Chicago-based developer Jackbox Games sets the gold standard for local multiplayer party games. Obviously, this includes the newly-released Jackbox Party Pack 4 – the latest iteration of the series, packing together a diverse and largely Twitch/livestream-inspired bundle that was an instant hit with both gamers and non-gamers I brought to the table.
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There’s a group of gamers who seem to crave niche titles that otherwise won’t receive much attention from the larger gaming population. These gamers don’t necessarily want what’s popular or what’s on everyone’s most anticipated list, and they like it that way. Luckily, NIS America has come to give this group what they want and
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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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Yesterday I got to get my hands on the newly-revealed EA UFC 3 on PS4, and although it’s still an early build, it looked and played incredibly smooth and showed off many of the new improvements that developer EA Canada have been boasting about. Graphically, technically, and simply authentically, the game has been boosted to the next
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Microsoft is on the verge of a new console release, and no, it’s not a jump into the next generation. Instead what we have here is a super-charged mid-cycle refresh known as the Xbox One X. With its release, the “X” cements itself as the new top-shelf option within the Xbox One family and, for
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Raid: World War II is a disaster. Even with some of its more redeemable qualities, it’s hard to recommend over other phenomenal World War II shooters this year like Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, and Call of Duty: World War II. The game seems like a culmination of too many ideas that never come together. Developer Lion game Lion clearly
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