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If you were hoping to play Spyro Reignited Trilogy on its previously-announced date on September 21st, 2018, unfortunately, you’ll have to wait a little longer. Toys for Bob Co-Studio Head Paul Yan posted on Activision’s own blog, advising that the game will be delayed. The new release date isn’t too far beyond the original, on November 13th, 2018.
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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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Early this morning, patch v5.21 for Fortnite was officially released to the world, and it contained some pretty awesome stuff, to say the least. What’s not awesome though, is that Epic Games, the developer behind the massively popular shooter, is reporting an increase in crashes after the update’s release, so be wary. Luckily, the developer has identified the
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As one of the most acclaimed games of 2017, in just over two weeks players on PS4 and Xbox One will finally get to experience Divinity: Original Sin 2 in the form of its upcoming Definitive Edition. While both platforms will enjoy the benefits of new content and enhanced visuals, the more PC-like experience of integrating mods may
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Even since its release in 2012, Diablo III has still remained a hugely popular title across PC and consoles, and it seems as though that Nintendo Switch owners may be able to look forward to slaying demons with their friends later this year. The apparent confirmation of Diablo III for Nintendo Switch has come by way of Forbes,
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Five years ago today, Gone Home was released on PC by the then-fledgling indie developer The Fullbright Company. It took the gaming scene by storm, receiving great reviews from critics and helping trailblaze the somewhat divisive adventure game niche of “walking simulators.” To celebrate this anniversary, The Fullbright Company and Annapurna Interactive have partnered to announce that
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Ahead of next month’s release of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, a pair of classic Lara Croft titles have made their way to Xbox One Backward Compatibility. First up is Tomb Raider: Legend, which is now a staggering twelve years old. Goodness. Feels like that game just came out less than five years ago. Anyway, Legend was Lara’s first
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Today Sega made a new theme and avatar pack dedicated to the recently-released JRPG Shining Resonance Refrain available on the North American PlayStation Network. The good news is that the package, which can be found here, is completely free. The bad news is that a North American PlayStation Plus subscription is required to grab it.
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Following its release last week, Ghost Town Games and Team17 today revealed the first major piece of content that will be making its way into Overcooked 2 soon. That’s right, a New Game+ mode is coming to Overcooked 2 and will allow you to replay all of the story’s 45 levels in the pursuit of getting four-stars. That’s right,
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After around a year of anticipation from fans, we are only two weeks away from Strange Brigade’s release to the world. Now, developer and publisher Rebellion Entertainment has revealed a brand new trailer for the game, which shows off some never-before-seen footage from the third-person shooter. The trailer, which clocks in a little over six minutes long,
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Today NIS America released a new trailer of Kadokawa Games’ JRPG Metal Max Xeno. The video showcases the encounter with one of the playable party members that join the game’s protagonist through his adventures, Maria. She is a beautiful and stern soldier who had her companion annihilated by the SoNs. She is also a perfect example of
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Today word about mass layoffs at the visual novel publisher Sekai Project started surfacing on social media via Project Manager Josh Kaplan and Brand Manager Frances Delgado. According to the tweets, the whole Los Angeles office was suddenly let go today. There is currently no information on whether the same happened to remote employees. Further comments
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