Month: December 2017

Last Man Sitting is a hectic indie game where your goal is to make sure that you’re butt is the last one planted in an office chair. Now, this sounds easy but once you throw in a big group of players, shotguns, rocket launches, giant sports balls, and more into the mix, it becomes a little
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Two months ago, Kharon’s Crypt met its Kickstarter funding goal and has now met its stretch goal for a Nintendo Switch port. While there’s still official filing to be done, developers Andromeda Project has confirmed that Nintendo of Europe has already approved the project for release on Nintendo Switch. One major sidenote mentioned is that the Nintendo
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Publisher Marvelous has just released a short teaser trailer for the upcoming Fate/Extella Link right before the new year. This new trailer, seen below, brings to light a few new characters, and perhaps more importantly, a solid release date in Japan. Much like previous series titles, Fate/Extella Link will feature hack-and-slash action against large numbers of enemies. Link will feature a facelift
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It is already 2018 in Japan, so Japan-based publisher CIRCLE Ent. has revealed their teased January 1 Nintendo Switch announcement: strategy role-playing series Mercenaries Saga will be coming to the latest Nintendo platform. As an even better announcement, the game will be Mercenaries Saga Chronicles — most likely an anthology or remaster of the first three games in the series.
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Ever since Cave Story and Mega Man 9 jumpstarted the retro-revival scene in gaming in the mid-2000’s, many titles have been created that call back to retro consoles from the 8 and 16 Bit eras. Kickstarter has also been home to many of these games, with one of its biggest successes being 2014’s Shovel Knight.
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Microsoft is continuing its comedic advertisement campaign for the Xbox Game Pass service, and this time around it’s themed after Insomniac Games’ Sunset Overdrive. The commercial has the usual store clerk that appeared in previous spots drinking the Overcharge drink that is at the base of the game’s story and then burping it out right
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Developer Dodge Roll took to Twitter to announce that their bullet hell title Enter the Gungeon has sold over 75,000 copies in two weeks on the Nintendo Switch eShop. Enter the Gungeon has sold over 75,000 copies on Nintendo Switch in just two weeks, surpassing all expectations. Thanks to all the new Gungeoneers, Nintendo and 22nd Century
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Development team Atooi’s first Nintendo Switch title, the Mutant Mudds Collection, became available earlier this month via the Nintendo eShop and the team is showing no signs of a slowdown going into 2018. In a tweet by the company’s founder, Jools Watsham, the team apparently has at least three titles planned for Nintendo’s handheld-console hybrid in 2018. Mutant Mudds
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Some Fortnite players may have been affected by an issue on December 27 following the release of a new build of the game. The issue would either result in players losing their entire inventory, their Storm Shield storage, or not receiving V-Bucks that they purchased with real money. If you’re a player who has been affected, the development
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Since 2012, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has been a favorite first-person shooter for the PC gaming community. Despite games like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds competing against it, Valve has continued to show dedicated to the title by updating the game in multiple ways such as adding new maps and weapons. But what if Counter-Strike: Global Offensive got a battle royale mode?
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Shawn Elliott was a key level designer on the Irrational Games development team that released Bioshock Infinite nearly five years ago. Since that time, Elliott moved to Arkane Studios in Austin, Texas to work on the 2017 edition of Prey. According to a job change on his LinkedIn page, it seems like Elliott’s future is now once
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PlatinumGames’ has gained quite the following over the past eleven years from working on a variety of critically acclaimed action-oriented games, but all of them were published by another studio or based on an already established IP. Although they have teased it before, Head of Development and Producer Atsushi Inaba confirmed to GameInformer in an interview that the company is actively
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Publisher/Developer Flyhigh Works gave an update on the success of two games of theirs on the Nintendo Switch. The two games in question during a recent presentation were Kamiko and VOEZ. First up, Kamiko was revealed to have surpassed 160,000 in worldwide downloads. Kamiko is a top-down action game with puzzle-solving elements by indie developer Skipmore, who’s also
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