Month: October 2017

Koei Tecmo’s NiOh was one of the first games to offer different graphics settings on this generation of consoles, allowing players to favor higher frame rate or resolution. The publisher’s next big title, Dynasty Warriors 9, will follow in William’s footsteps. Producer Akihiro Suzuki revealed during a chat with DualShockers that PS4 Pro and Xbox
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Today Ninja Theory released a rather special accolade trailer for its latest game Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. The trailer doesn’t use the usual choice press quotes and scores (despite the fact that the game received many positive ones), bit screenshots captured by players with the game’s photo mode with some of the messages sent by fans since
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In 2008, we got Fallout 3 from Bethesda and its internal studio Bethesda Game Studios. It was very big deal. Then two years later we got another Fallout title, Fallout: New Vegas, except this one wasn’t from Bethesda itself, it was from contracted developer Obsidian Entertainment. It also was a very big deal. Heavily decorated and estimated to have shipped at least
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Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released the first gameplay trailer of its upcoming anime-inspired action game Gintama Ranbu. The trailer finally shows how the game will play, and it’s like many imagine, a Musou/Warriors-style game, or if we want to use a Bandai Namco equivalent, it’s like the recent One Piece console games, with our protagonists
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Sony Interactive Entertainment have revealed the PlayStation Store’s top-downloaded games for the month of September (2017) for both North America and Europe. As you may remember, last month the North American PS4 chart was topped by EA’s Madden NFL18, the latest installment in EA’s popular and annual football simulation series. However, this month Madden has slipped to the No.4
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Today developer Telltale Games announced that episode 4 of its Guardians of the Galaxy series, which is titled Who Needs You, will be released next week, on October 10, 2017.   In addition to the announcement of the release date, the developer also revealed a brand new trailer which shows off some gameplay from the upcoming episode.   The episode takes
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The latest entry in Electronic Arts’ popular soccer simulation series FIFA — which is also notably the 25th installment in the series — peaked at 1.6 million concurrent users across all platforms during its first weekend on the market. The news came via the following tweet from EA’s official’s Twitter account, which featured the game’s cover star,
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It has been 25 years since the popular fighting game, Mortal Kombat, made its bloody debut. Since its release, the franchise has seen multiple sequels, movies, and other spin-offs. To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios are bringing some events and in-game activities to partake in. If you are attending
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October is a month dedicated to everything horror. The team behind PlayStation Now seem to have received that memo adding 18 games to the ever-growing roster of streamable titles: Dead Island Definitive Edition The Vanishing of Ethan Carter SOMA Deadlight: Director’s Cut Divinity: Original Sin (Enhanced Edition) Blood Bowl 2 The Swapper Toukiden: Kiwami The
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The concept of a Metroid game seems so odd in 2017; while the Metroid-vania genre seems booming and bustling thanks to the indie market, the series that inspired the genre hasn’t seen a notable successor in (arguably) over a decade. With more than enough frustration over the formats of Metroid: Other M and Metroid Prime: Federation Force, the 2.5D Metroid: Samus
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The 39th week of the UK weekly sales chart is in, and unlike the last three weeks: Bungie’s Destiny 2 is no longer the top dog. Rather a very familiar face to the UK charts, FIFA, has dethroned the shooter with its latest yearly installment FIFA 18, which released last week on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and last-generation
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