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Alan Wake is back! Well, sort of. Variety is reporting today that Remedy Entertainment is now in the works to create a new television series based off of the action-adventure game Alan Wake which launched back in 2010. Peter Calloway is currently signed on to be the showrunner and writer of the series while Remedy’s own Sam
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Originally released earlier this year, Moonlighter from developer Digital Sun drew attention for its unique spin on the traditional gameplay of action-RPGs, where players manage an item shop during the day and then explore during the nighttime to go through dungeons and take down monsters. Thankfully, those waiting to play the game on the Nintendo Switch
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While I’ll always be a sucker for a great story in a game, more often than not the reason I play video games is because of the gameplay. If you’ve read any of my reviews here at DualShockers, you’ve probably noticed that I tend to focus on gameplay mechanics and their quality more than anything else. When
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Today Sega announced its lineup of games for Tokyo Game Show 2018, which will be held at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, near Tokyo, between September 20th, and September 23rd. The publisher will have the following games available at its booth or otherwise showcased: Project JUDGE (Playable, Trailer, Theater Presentation, Stage Show) Team Sonic Racing (Playable,
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If you like watching yourself die over and over again in Call of Duty, or if you want to watch yourself and improve (who wants to do that anyway) then you’re in luck. Today, when the Black Ops 4 Blackout Beta went live, players were treated with a rather unannounced, yet unsurprising, addition: Theater Mode. While currently inaccessible in the
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Today Ubisoft released a brand new trailer of its upcoming open-world action RPG Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. The trailer showcases how player choice can affect the game, from the character one chooses to play, to dialogue choices, abilities, ways to approach battle, and even style of armor. It’s actually really epic, and it makes me feel
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Team Reptile first announced Lethal Leauge Blaze, a sequel to the studio’s arcade projectile-fighting game breakout hit, over a year ago. Little has been heard about the title since then, but the developers changed that today by releasing a brand new gameplay trailer, revealing the PC release date, and giving a release window for the
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Following the announcement of the Japanese release date of Dead Or Alive 6 at Sony Interactive Entertainment’s pre-Tokyo Game Show PlayStation Lineup Tour, the western arm of Koei Tecmo reached out with a press release confirming the worldwide release date. The game will launch in North America and Europe day and date with Japan on February 15th
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The incredibly popular mobile game Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is celebrating the launch of Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age with in-game content from the Dragon Quest series.  On top of the new content, past limited time Dragon Quest collaboration content will be available for all players. From now until September 20th, a new raid event is
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Yesterday Pure Wish updated the Steam release of its charming visual novel Song of Memories to include English and French subtitles. The game was launched back in February, but back then it only included Japanese and Chinese support, but at least we can all play in a language easier to understand to the average westerner. The developer followed
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Earlier this year, Ubisoft began cracking down on toxicity in Rainbow Six Siege, following the game’s upwards growth in popularity over the years since its launch. In an interview with PC Gamer, Rainbow Six Siege’s brand director Alexandre Remy spoke a bit more in detail about the new system. Remy did mention that PVP titles tend to be adversarial,
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