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Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield, the co-founders of Sledgehammer Games and directors of Call of Duty: WWII, have left the studio to take on new executive roles within the company’s publisher, Activision. The news comes by way of Kotaku who says that they heard rumblings about the shift for Condrey and Schofield a few weeks ago but
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Today, the first-person mystery adventure game The Station released bringing an interesting sci-fi tale to a few of your favorite platforms. A new launch trailer flaunts gameplay accompanied by some ominous tunes. In The Station, a group of researchers aboard a cloaked space station was conducting research on a recently discovered alien race. However, when
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Frontwing launched a Kickstarter for their upcoming visual novel Momoiro Closet to give western fans a chance to obtain physical goods. Momoiro Closet is a visual novel that stars the student council president Kagamihara Alice, who is also a secret otaku. While visiting stores in Akihabara, she meets Hashima Reiji, and they potentially end up exploring their
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Today Ubisoft released the patch notes for the next update for Assassin’s Creed Origins, which will be released tomorrow, February 20th. The main additions in the update include the Discovery Tour, that will let you roam Egypt just enjoying the scenery, or follow 75 specific tours centered on focused themes, pretty much like a tourist
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I’ve been playing Owlboy on the Nintendo Switch for a majority of this past week and I find it to be such an incredibly charming game. From very early on, the music, aesthetic, and the game’s sympathetic protagonist Otus draws you into the world that it has created and fills you with a sense of wonder. What I did
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After it was announced at Gamescom last year, Experiment 101 and THQ Nordic’s BioMutant has become one of my most anticipated titles of 2018. That being said, we have not received a new gameplay video in a while. That changed today though, as a new gameplay teaser was released for BioMutant that showcases combat, climbing, vehicles,
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Developer Long Hat House’s Dandara is just a conceptually pleasing game. Rethinking the standard Metroid-type game from the ground up, Dandara approaches a near-saturated genre with new takes that genuinely flip gameplay on its head. Dandara is without a doubt a merger of old and new ideas. On one point of the spectrum, the game offers the standard (and still equally
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Cloud Imperium Games has been providing several development updates to the game’s backers recently, and we start with the introduction of a new ship. The latest Around the Verse episode reveals the Anvil Vulcan, which also happens to be the first multirole ship that can be considered a starter, allowing players to use its drones for refueling,
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There’s no game title I identify with more than Guns, Gore & Cannoli — a testament to my favorite types of games and my all-time favorite dessert. And while the first game is largely a fun time exploring a since-past genre, Guns, Gore & Cannoli 2 is hoping to series-fy the original, pitting the mob against literal Nazis. The
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During the Six Invitational, Ubisoft revealed two new operators that’ll be added to the growing list of unique characters in their popular first-person shooter Rainbow Six Siege.  The first character, Dr. Lera “Finka” Melnikova, is a woman who was born in the irradiated city of Gomel, Belarus, three years after the Chernobyl disaster. She’s constantly battling
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During the Sword Art Online Game Raid Conference hosted at the Sword Art Online Beater Meeting 2018 event livestreamed from the TRC Second Exhibition Hall, Bandai Namco Entertainment had some news to share for Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet.  The game will receive two new playable characters included in a free update. More precisely, we’re getting Fukaziroh and
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As it was first unveiled nearly two years ago, developer Nightdive Studios has been working on remaking the cult classic System Shock to deliver the terrifying game to a new audience, though a new update from the studio has revealed that the project will be put on hold for the time being. Night Dive Studios provided
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Runner3, the newest entry in the BIT.TRIP Runner series, was revealed to be coming to Nintendo Switch last February by Choice Provisions, with development continuing smoothly since then. After a nearly year-long wait, the developers announced today in a blog post that Runner3’s development has wrapped up, and the game has been submitted to Nintendo for final
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Today, American game developer Hidden Path Entertainment has launched a free-to-play version of its upcoming real-time strategy game, Brass Tactics. According to the press release, the free-to-play version Brass Tactics Arena ones one map to play on, however, Brass Tactics Arena offers unlimited access to play online matches, co-op, as well as some single-player content. Essentially serves more as a trial version
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Titan Comics have quickly established themselves as the go-to publisher for video game tie-in comic books, working on series based on properties like Wolfenstein, Tekken, and Sea of Thieves. Today, they announced Dark Souls: Age of Fire, a four-part series that ties into the first Dark Souls. Dark Souls: Age of Fire is poised to
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Idea Factory International released new screenshots for Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms, coming to PlayStation Vita on March 13 in North America and March 16 in Europe and PC this Spring. The screenshots detail two of the available bachelors, Hajime Saito and Keisuke Sanan. Additionally, players can get a preview of a few of the story scenes and English localization. Hajime Saito
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Every so often, an RPG releases that is regarded highly by all who play it, but sadly some of those titles have trouble reaching a wider audience. The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel series falls perfectly into this category with the recent release of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II on PC. Joining
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