Month: November 2018

If you’ve ever played Overcooked and wanted it to be more realistic, realistic enough to feel as if you’re Gordon Ramsay himself, then a new cooking simulator is heading to PC next year and it’s called Cooking Simulator. From developer Wastelands- Interactive, Cooking Simulator has players getting down to business in the kitchen, allowing them to learn how to master
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Ever since the release of Fortnite‘s growingly-popular battle royale mode, which has now reached over 200 million players worldwide as of this week, it was only a matter of time before Fortnite took over real life outside of the popular game. That time has finally arrived as the first wave of toys and action figures from Jazwares will
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Trainer battles are coming to Pokémon Go, allowing PvP for the first time in the worldwide mobile phenomenon, though no specific release date has been given. Get prepared… Trainer Battles are coming soon to Pokémon GO❗ #GOBattle pic.twitter.com/AUWyhNGlT7 — Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) November 30, 2018 Alongside trainer battles are three new leagues players will have
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Stardew Valley, a simple yet deep farming simulator/RPG that evokes early Harvest Moon titles, took the world be storm when it was released by developer ConcernedApe and publisher Chucklefish for PC in February of 2016. Since then, the pair have managed to bring Stardew Valley to several platforms and to great success. That being said,
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The Phantom Thieves are back again with Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight for the PS4 and PS Vita. The rhythm genre and Persona isn’t anything new, with Persona 4 having previously received its own dancing title. But Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight brings its own identity and style that keeps me coming back for more. Persona 5 Dancing, or P5D for short,
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Intelligent Systems will be hosting a “Fire Emblem Expo” in May of next year. Unfortunately, the event will be exclusive to Japan and as of right now we know very little about what will be shown or potentially revealed. The expo will be hosted at a venue in Tokyo. There’s nothing that’s indicative of heavy involvement
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Free-to-play title Crossout has received a brand new Adventure mode which gives players into a story-driven campaign, however, it’s currently in closed beta stages. Crossout, for those unaware, is developed by Targem Games and published by Gaijin Entertainment and puts players into a post-apocalyptic MMO in which they gain creative freedom over their off-road vehicles. It also comes with
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When Bethesda first revealed The Elder Scrolls: Blades, the upcoming mobile game set in the Elder Scrolls universe, at E3 this past summer, the intention was to release the game before the end of 2018. Well, that is no longer that case as the game’s release window has now changed. Announced today via the official Elder Scrolls Twitter
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This week’s new list of games hitting the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list have been revealed and it’s a pretty assortment. Leading things off is Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, the cult-classic RPG from the now defunct 38 Studios. This comes just a few months after it was reported that THQ Nordic has acquired the Kingdoms of Amalur IP
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We saw the teaser earlier this week, but today Ubisoft has revealed more details behind The Crew 2’s second major update that will be available for free. Sticking to their promise of introducing new major updates every three months, Ubisoft will be introducing Demolition Derby to the title, adding another discipline to master. Players will compete against
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GRID Autosport is a Codemasters game all about racing, taking muscle cars to the mountains, Formula cars to the tracks, and more. It originally launched on PC, Xbox 360, and PS3 and was later ported to iOS devices. While the press release states that there will be a “range of driving disciplines” we should expect to
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Yesterday we chronicled the growing controversy surrounding Fallout 76‘s Power Armor Edition. In case you missed it, the Power Armor Edition was originally advertised as including a Canvas West Tek Duffel Bag. To the disappointment of many, the bag they received for the nearly $200 edition was a cheap-quality nylon bag instead of the advertised canvas. Some point since
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Atlus and Studio Zero published episode 6 of the Catherine: Full Body Adult Love Issues Theater, which is also the last video in the series. It’s titled “The Men’s Opinion on Love” and focuses on Vincent and his drink buddies: Tobias “Toby” Nebbins, Jonathan “Jonny” Ariga and Orlando Haddick. Here’s a translation of the video. I
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With its debut this past September, Shadow of the Tomb Raider brought players the dark and highly-anticipated conclusion to Lara Croft’s story in the beginning of her tomb raiding origin story, and now some new player post-launch stats have been revealed alongside a special bonus for players to enjoy now through January. The official Tomb Raider Twitter
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Nintendo has decided to close the doors on their infamous Nintendo Creators Program that began in May 2015. By the end of December 2018, the program will shut down. The Nintendo Creators Program website will close later on March 20, 2019. Videos and livestreams featuring Nintendo games will be allowed to be monetized without Nintendo taking
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It’s that time of the month again when Sony reveals which games will be available for free through PlayStation Plus. The December 2018 line-up will include Soma and Onrush on the PlayStation 4—perhaps not the biggest blockbuster titles for the holiday season, but games that people are passionate and opinionated about regardless. For those out
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