Month: October 2018

While Nintendo has gotten especially good in the past years at coming up with interesting twists on the Mario series — giving us everything from Mario Tennis, to Mario Kart, to Captain Toad, and beyond — few were willing to go as far as Luigi’s Mansion. Set in a completely different style from the likes of his brother, Luigi’s Mansion gave
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Atlus released another character trailer for the Etrian Odyssey inspired spin-off of Persona, Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, this time introducing Yusuke Hanamura from Persona 4. Yusuke is pretty surprised to see the theater the characters are stuck in, with Ryuji and Chie saying they already got used to it by now. Yusuke probably joins the party
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To celebrate the year’s spookiest day, The Pokemon Company has today released a new trailer for Pokemon: Let’s Go Pikachu! and Let’s Go Eeevee! which shows off Pokemon’s spookiest location. The iconic and chilling city of Lavender Town has been featured in this new trailer for Pokemon: Let’s Go and as you might expect, it features the town’s classic music redone
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To celebrate Halloween, Capcom has decided to give Resident Evil 2 fans a new treat, rather than a trick. Via a new trailer released this morning, Capcom has unveiled that Leon and Claire will be able to don their classic costumes from the original Resident Evil 2 within this new RE2 remake. For those unaware, both Claire and Leon have not only had
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The Caligula Effect: Overdose is the PS4 port of the original The Caligula Effect for PS Vita, and it’s expanding to the Switch and PC for its western release, courtesy of NIS America. While many tend to find similarities with the Persona series, which isn’t surprising considering the scenario by Persona and Persona 2 writer Tadashi Satomi, the game has many unique aspects
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During Electronic Arts investor call going over financials for Q2 of fiscal year 2019, new information regarding EA-owned studio Respawn Entertainment and their upcoming projects was seemingly divulged. EA’s CEO Andrew Wilson spoke during the opening statements of the call about the future of the company and what investors can expect in terms of future
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Ahead of its scheduled launch in December, Square Enix and Avalanche Studios have today announced that Just Cause 4 has now gone gold. For those unfamiliar with the term “gone gold”, this means that work on Just Cause 4 has now been completed and the game will now arrive on time for its planned release date. To be honest,
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Another month, another line-up of free games for Xbox Live Gold members. The marquee title this time around would probably be Battlefield 1, the blockbuster first-person World War I shooter from last year. The DICE game is accompanied by indie endless runner Race the Sun, and Xbox 360 titles Assassin’s Creed (the original, that is) and
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Those of you who follow Nintendo’s efforts within the mobile gaming scene may remember Mario Kart Tour’s announcement back in January. That being said, we haven’t heard anything about the mobile game outside of its title since that initial announcement. While the mobile game is still shrouded in mystery, Nintendo did confirm during their latest
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When we think of horror games, our minds usually swing immediately to the survival end of the genre’s spectrum with classic titles such as Resident Evil, Silent Hill, and more recently the Dead Space series. Rightly so, too, as these are phenomenal franchises and well-deserving of their placements as the pinnacles of horror within the video
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Square Enix released new screenshots and information for World of Final Fantasy Maxima, revealing new mirages, and a new bonus boss battle with Enna Kros.  World of Final Fantasy is a spinoff of the Final Fantasy RPG series, featuring its iconic characters and monsters represented in an SD style.  The monsters and summons specifically are called
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Today’s the second day of Sheep Week, Atlus and Studio Zero revealed Rina Satou as the 10th voice actress for Catherine in the DLC of Catherine: Full Body.  The trailer starts with the usual discussion on marriage before switching to Vincent and Catherine in Vincent’s bedroom, with Catherine apologizing for suddenly pushing him down. Another
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There is beautiful simplicity to DMM Games’ Gal Metal — a rhythm game without burdensome pre-set melodies or on-screen prompts, or licensed music for that matter. All that exists is a quirky alien invasion story, an adorable artstyle, and percussion-based gameplay that will really speak to any skill level, provided that you can carry a beat.
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On Saturday, Bandai Namco revealed that 2B from NieR: Automata would be making an appearance in their weapons-based fighting game, Soul Calibur VI. Today, the publisher released so many screenshots of the character in action. You can check them out for yourself down below. 2B is an android and the protagonist of NieR: Automata, she wields two swords as her primary
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After initially unveiling the PlayStation Classic earlier this year, Sony today finally announced the full list of titles that will be coming to the mini-console for those of us here in western markets. Regardless of whether you think it’s missing out on such classic games like Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, or Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, it’s
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SuperData Research has unveiled the top grossing games for the month of September in terms of digital sales only, with Bungie and Activision’s Destiny 2 leading the way on consoles. The launch of Destiny 2’s new expansion Forsaken was enough to place it in the top spot for the month of September surpassing the release of Marvel’s Spider-Man, which came in at second
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As Halloween approaches it seems like more creepy titles are coming out of the woodworks. Maid of Sker is one that will be heading to various platforms next year. From developer Wales Interactive, Maid of Sker is to be a first-person survival horror with stealth gameplay and no weapons. It’s set in a remote hotel with a macabre history
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