Month: November 2017

Bungie and Activision just released a new teaser trailer of Destiny 2‘s upcoming first expansion Curse of Osiris. The video hits you where it counts, and that’s in the loot, showcasing some of the new weapons and armor that will come with the expansion. We also get another look at the previously-revealed “Mic Drop” emote that
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Very few fledgling indie games get the overwhelming community support that Stardew Valley has seen. With a fanbase rivaling Undertale‘s, the game went from a PC-only release to console release (on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) to Nintendo Switch release, earlier this year. Thankfully, the game’s developer Eric Barone and publisher Chucklefish have pushed out a new update
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The Destiny community has seen better days. Partially rocked by allegations of a particularly harsh XP scaling system, the community has been airing their grievances throughout livestreams and the dedicated Reddit communities — so much so that Bungie issued a statement that systems and Destiny 2‘s in-game economy would be getting new changes, to be announced this week. In
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Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included a large spread on Bandai Namco Entertainment’s upcoming action-JRPG  Code Vein. First of all we meet Nikola Carnstein, that was introduced a while ago at an event in Japan. He is Mia’s little brother, and he wanders the wasteland with her. He is a courageous and kind kid and
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Armor Games announced today that they will be launching indie developer Massive Monster’s lighthearted action-platformer The Adventure Pals on PC and consoles in Spring of 2018. To celebrate this announcement, some new screenshots of the game were released. The developers also revealed that the game will be playable at PSX this year, which takes place
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Anuman Interactive and Microïds announced today that they would be releasing their puzzle adventure game Syberia 2 on Nintendo Switch tomorrow, November 30. To celebrate its impending launch, a trailer for the game was released, showcasing both cinematic cutscenes and gameplay in handheld mode. The release of Syberia 2 on Nintendo Switch comes just over a
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The brand new holiday-themed swag was added to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp earlier this week, but when can you start picking up all that new gear? Tomorrow. At least, that’s what the official Japanese Twitter account for the mobile game says. In a tweet published earlier this morning, the verified Twitter account released the below tweet. The tweet
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The wait is finally over. It’s that time of the month when Sony announces the titles that will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers in the next month, and needless to say, December 2017’s lineup is definitely quite odd, to say the least. In what could be described as the best title of the lineup by
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The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu included the magazine’s digital figures on the Japanese market for the month of October (between September 25th and October 29th). Among other things, this gives us the opportunity to fully gauge initial sales of Super Mario Odyssey and Gran Turismo Sport, since Media Create does not count digital sales. Below you
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Earlier this month Blizzard revealed a brand new expansion for Hearthstone titled Kobolds & Catacombs, and while we got our first look then, we had no idea when it would be available to players. Well, today, that all changes. The mega-developer behind the popular card game has officially revealed that the expansion is set to hit in a little
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Today is Wednesday, and as usual, Media Create released its figures painting the portrait of the Japanese video game market last week, and the situation definitely appears good for the Nintendo Switch. Below you can see the top-20 ranking for software between November 20th and November 26th. Pokémon Ultra Sun/Pokémon Ultra Moon – 3DS – 168,
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Today developer Delightworks and Type-Moon released a new trailer for the upcoming Fate/Grand Order VR experience titled Fate/Grand Order VR Featuring Mashu Kyrielight. The trailer is actually at 360 degrees, so you can kind of experience the game by moving the camera around with the mouse, and can even use a VR headset or Google
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Today Capcom released three new trailers for the upcoming Okami remaster Okami HD, that will be released worldwide very soon. The trailers feature, as others released over the past few weeks, two of the celestial brush gods that will teach Amaterasu new techniques. The first is Moegami (AKA smoker phoenix), with his technique Inferno, that
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Today, the Japanese arm of Nintendo released two commercials for the Nintendo Switch themed after the upcoming Holiday season. They have pretty much everything you’d expect from a Nintendo commercial, including the happy family celebrating Christmas, and the group of friends enjoying the console while on a skiing vacation. Of course, this year around there
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Ever since the early access version of Fortnite launched a few months ago, developers Epic Games and People Can Fly have constantly added new content, including the game’s, now incredibly popular, Battle Royale mode, and Fortnitemares Halloween Event. It doesn’t seem like that’s changing anytime soon as v1.9.1 of the game has officially been revealed, and while it’s
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You may remember that it was back in September when Wired Productions and Nosebleed Interactive revealed their cult favorite twin-stick shooter about reaping space profits would be releasing on Nintendo Switch before the end of 2017. True to their promise, Vostok Inc. will be launching on the system very soon. Vostok Inc. will release for Nintendo Switch on
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Greenheart Games announced today that they have released Game Dev Tycoon on iOS devices, specifically the iPad and iPhone, and released a trailer for it. This version of the game also comes with a content update that adds new topics, platforms, and even a brand new mode. This is just a first step in showing their continued support for Game Dev Tycoon,
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While its reception may have been somewhat mixed, many Nintendo fans have eagerly waited for Playtonic’s 3D platformer Yooka-Laylee to come to a Nintendo console since the game’s initial launch back in April. Fortunately, those fans won’t have to wait much longer, as Playtonic revealed through a KickStarter update that the Nintendo Switch version of Yooka-Laylee will
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Solid9 Studio and Fat Dog Games set out to make a game that was inspired by classic strategy games like Advance Wars, Ancient Empires, and X-COM. What it created was a game that borrowed pieces from each of these games but brought them to the fantasy genre: Exorder. In Exorder, you begin by playing the game’s twelve-mission campaign, which tells
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