If you’re an Xbox player and you’ve been looking to get your hands on some popular indie games then today might be your chance. Today Microsoft unveiled a brand new sale for a number of Xbox One indie games. While there are over 100 titles discounted, some highlights include Jotun: Valhalla Edition, Massive Challice, Saturday Morning
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Back in February/March, Mutant League Football returned to the gaming world via Digital Dreams Entertainment and via Kickstarter. The funding campaign concluded, with the game smashing its $60,000 USD, raising an impressive $138,092, a total that saw it surpass every single one of it’s stretch goals. For all you noobs out there who don’t know: Mutant Football League is an NFL Blitz
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If there has been a sales chart recently: it’s probably been topped by Injustice 2. The new fighting game from developer NetherRealm Studios and publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment topped May’s PlayStation Store sales chart. It was alsothe best-selling game for the month in the United States. And now, it’s been revealed as the best-selling game for
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Today the Japanese arm of Square Enix released a new batch of screenshots of the upcoming Final Fantasy XV DLC Episode Prompto. The screenshots show Prompto himself, in a decidedly more serious attitude than usual, fan favorite female dragoon Aranea Highwind, shooting and a snowmobile ride. The DLC will last at least two hours, with
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Darkest Dungeon – The Crimson Court, the first expansion to the excellent turn-based RPG Darkest Dungeon released today, so Red Hook Studios, the game’s developers, released a launch trailer to celebrate. This expansion sheds some more light on the Ancestor’s early days, and can be played either parallel to the main campaign or on its own.
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In 2011, a JRPG came to the West that, thinking back at the time, I wasn’t ready for. The game was titled Radiant Historia and released on the Nintendo DS through publisher Atlus. The game’s development staff consisted of veterans from several notable Atlus-developed games, including, Persona 3 and Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne. I can recall after the
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Coming out of E3 2017, Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe President Jim Ryan talked to GamesIndustry about a few interesting elements of the PlayStation Business. First of all, we learn that, broadly speaking, 40% of those who buy a PS4 Pro are upgrading from standard PS4. We already know that the more powerful variant amounts to
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Developer Midboss announced that its game 2064: Read Only Memories will be coming to the Nintendo Switch in 2018. The company retweeted this tweet confirming the announcement: Coming early 2018 to your handheld @nintendo #switch ~ (-`♡´-) pic.twitter.com/EmC5p5JB8f — 2064@XboxOne July! (@ROM2064) June 15, 2017 Midboss also announced that the Switch version of the game will come
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One of the arguably most cumbersome elements in the new Final Fantasy XIV expansion Stormblood (after Raubhan and Pipin Savage, and if you’re playing, you probably know what I mean), is the return of Aether Currents. The feature was introduced in the first expansion Heavensward, and it requires players to scour areas while crawling on
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Today Square Enix released another large batch of screenshots of its upcoming Final Fantasy XII remaster Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age. The screenshots show one of the (at the time) innovative features of the game, the hunts, including the UI and the concept of “rank” in which targets are divided. We also get a
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Grand Theft Auto has long been a series that allowed users to express their creativity in the form of mods for the series’s single-player mode. Recently, the author of the popular modding tool OpenIV received a cease and desist letter from publisher Take-Two Interactive. The creators of other modding tools, such as “Menyoo” and “Force Hax,”
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Legendary Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi and his studio Mistwalker Corporation are continuing to work on his successful JRPG Terra Battle, and just celebrated 2.7 million downloads worldwide. To celebrate in style, Sakaguchi-san announced that Terra Battle will get a new world and questline by an exceptional team. NieR: Automata Director Yoko Taro will do
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GungHo Online Entertainment, publisher of Grasshopper Manufacture’s most recent game Let it Die, announced their plans to publish a game for Nintendo Switch. Very little has been said about the game, but during E3 2017, DualShockers had the opportunity to sit down with GungHo’s CEO & Executive Producer Kazuki Morishita to ask if there were
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Today Square Enix announced that Dragon Quest XI for PS4 and 3DS has gone gold, and this week’s issue of Famitsu included an interview with Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan and Asia President Atsushi Morita, who was pinged about the importance of the game for Sony. Morita-san mentioned that Dragon Quest is a very relevant and
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Earlier this month, developer onebitbeyond and publisher Devolver Digital announced their brand-new game, The Swords of Ditto, a 2D hack-n-slash rogue-like RPG that is set to release on PC and PS4 sometime in early 2018. That being said, during E3 2017 on its last day, the developer paired up with PlayStation to unveil and provide the first-look at
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At E3 2017 England-based developer Rebellion debuted new gameplay for their upcoming supernatural adventure game Strange Brigade.  The developer has had their hands on a slew of popular titles including the Sniper Elite series, Aliens vs Predator, the Zombie Army series, and the virtual reality game Battlezone.  Rebellion revealed Strange Brigade at the beginning of the month with a global reveal trailer. Now they’re showing off
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