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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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Earlier this year at GDC, DualShockers had the chance to talk with Inti Creates President and CEO Takuya Aizu and Associate Producer and International Affairs Coordinator Matt Papa about then-upcoming lineup. In the time since then, Inti Creates released Gal*Gun 2 on Nintendo Switch, revealed and launched Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon to great success, and
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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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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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Guns of Icarus Alliance is the definitive Guns of Icarus experience and contains every piece of content that has been added to the game since it released back in 2012. Alliance also includes some new additions, like PVE cooperative missions as well as six different factions players can join. Unfortunately, Guns of Icarus Alliance is hampered due to its low player count
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Inti Creates is best known for its side-scrolling action titles, and more recently their dedication to delivering DLC to their newest titles including Blaster Master Zero and Mighty Gunvolt Burst. The developer is also supporting Nintendo’s new hardware with their upcoming game, Dragon: Marked for Death. A multiplayer side-scrolling action game that received a delay
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Developer Cybernetic Walrus’ Antigraviator is another take on the futuristic racing genre similar to the F-Zero and WipEout series. I got to go hands-on with the game recently and was very pleased with the gameplay; but, I’m unsure if Antigraviator does enough visually to set itself apart from a genre with many titles already like it. “…it’s easy to get into the flow
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Battle royale-style games are experiencing a surge thanks to the likes of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Fortnite, and with the impending arrival of battle royale modes in AAA games like Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, the phenomenon is only going to continue to grow into the phenomenon that it is at the moment. However, before that moment there was
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When it comes to Nintendo franchises, The Legend of Zelda has been one of those series that has usually stuck to tradition for the better part of three decades. While Mario has gone go-karting and partying and Pokemon has done everything from wildlife photography to private detective work, Zelda has mainly stuck to epic journeys and big
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For those who aren’t familiar, Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey is something of a black sheep regarding themes and characters to the other SMT games; the protagonists are battle-hardened adults—researchers and soldiers—who have a specific goal and a clear path towards it. The setting is more sci-fi and technology-centric rather than mythological as your compatriots try to uncover
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