Editorials

Every lead up to a new Smash Bros. game is special. From the exciting announcements of new characters, stages, and game modes, to the ever-joyful trailers that are always in store, I’d argue that Super Smash Bros. and its developers know how to create more hype and anticipation than almost any other game. Even with this being said, there’s
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As one of the final projects to come from the brief, but impactful, run of developer Clover Studio (the predecessor to a team that would become PlatinumGames), a game like Okami certainly was a good note to end on. The PS2-era action-adventure game–originally released back in 2006–garnered critical acclaim for its striking balance of gameplay that had
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EA’s wildly popular FIFA series is once again hitting PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch this September with FIFA 19. This version of the game comes with its fair share of notable improvements, including the addition of Champions League, an entirely reworked Kick-Off mode, and vastly improved animations. Last month, DualShockers attended an EA
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Fortnite might be the most popular game in the world right now, but it sure as heck wasn’t always this way. In fact, there was a time when I wondered if Fortnite was still even slated to release. From the game’s announcement, to release, to then becoming what the phenomenon it is today, Fortnite‘s development is one of the most fascinating and
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It all started with a rocket. Just a few weeks ago in the world of Fortnite, a rocket launch within the game gathered together thousands (if not millions) of players to witness a mysterious rocket launch that caused the beginning of some strange occurrences in-game. Soon after that, more strange twists and turns were making their
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Though it feels like it just started yesterday, we are somehow already halfway through 2018. While the first half of the year has come and gone, 2018 has already been full of incredible games that could be the best of any year, and there’s still plenty more to come. With the second half of the
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Skullgirls developer Lab Zero Games released a prototype for and successfully crowdfunded its platformer-RPG Indivisible back in 2015. The developers have been diligently working on the title since then, but it unfortunately got delayed to the first half of 2019 last month. This year at E3, I met Lab Zero Games and publisher 505 Games
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In the wake of the gargantuan E3 press conferences from the likes of Bethesda, Microsoft, Sony, and more, the EA Play 2018 press conference feels like it was years ago. That’s one of the most interesting things about E3 season — a few days ago, Respawn Entertainment announced details about their upcoming Star Wars title and, for all
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Sony has the honors of the last E3 2018 conference of the night! As is tradition, now, we’ve turned to twitter and the official Dualshockers discord for some raw opinions for the Sony E3 conference. Hell, before we start, our own boy, Logan, has some words: pic.twitter.com/Gq89ueEbWY — Logan MoorE3 (@MooreMan12) June 12, 2018 I know,
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During Microsoft’s E3 Press Conference, the large publisher announced the acquisition of five brand new studios – some new, some known, and some unexpected. The addition of five brand new subsidiaries will nearly double Microsoft’s studio count, and will (hopefully) increase the number of exclusive titles coming to the platform in the future. Microsoft has
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