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Today, on the Golden Joystick Awards 2018, Bandai Namco revealed a new trailer for Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown. It’s quite a short trailer, and most of the story scenes shown in it were already revealed beforehand, but the gameplay is brand new, delivering some nice dogfight footage. The game has been announced for quite a while
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No More Heroes is making its long overdue comeback, and according to multiple online retailers, Travis Touchdown’s newest outing will also have a physical release. Travis Strikes Again will be distributed by Nintendo, with the physical edition also including a season pass. Developer Grasshopper Manufacture tells Gematsu that this season pass will include another character,
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It’s difficult to think of the first generation of Pokémon without also recollecting the theme tune from the animated series. The song sported a catchy chorus and inspirational lyrics that almost felt like they would fit in with a sports movie’s training montage. For those with fond memories of the original anime; the launch trailer
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Perhaps the most stunning product to come out of the promotion of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for the Switch is that absurdly-long banner artwork, which contains every playable fighter in the game. Thanks to a new commercial uploaded on Nintendo’s YouTube channel, we can now see that banner interpreted in 3D animation form. The video
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Each month, several new titles are added to Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass, a Netflix like subscription service that gives players access instant access to a variety of Xbox One titles, including new first-party releases. A first wave of titles, including Sniper Elite 4 and OlliOlli 2, hit the service on November 1, and Microsoft has
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Fans of Nintendo games are undoubtedly eager to get their hands on a demo for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which recently revealed its final fighters in the base roster. With that, Nintendo of America announced through press release of the “Nintendo Switch Holiday Experience,” which will let fans try out titles like Smash Bros. and
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Earlier today, Koei Tecmo revealed that its upcoming city-building JRPG Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World would be delayed an extra month in Japan. The game was originally supposed to launch on December 13 for PS4, PS Vita, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Now, the game is launching on January 31, 2019. We reached out
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In this age of multiplayer, online-only, games-as-a-service titles, it has become more important than ever for multiplayer games to combat player fatigue and make sure players stick around. If an online-only game doesn’t have players, there isn’t much one can do to save it. Over the last year alone we’ve seen many titles falter and
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A little over two months ago, Koei Tecmo revealed that its city-building JRPG Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World would be releasing in Japan for PC, PS4, PS Vita, and Nintendo Switch on December 13. Unfortunately, this is no longer the case as Keoi Tecmo officially announced via a press release today that Nelke &
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Masahiro Sakurai confirmed via Twitter that the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC lineup selection has been completed. Rather than do a public poll to influence the selection, Nintendo has made the selection entirely themselves. This announcement comes just shy of one week after the confirmation of DLC being in development for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Super Smash Bros.
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All the way back in January, Nintendo revealed that it was collaborating with Illumination Entertainment, the animation studio best known for the Despicable Me series, on a Super Mario Bros. movie. Almost nothing new has been heard about this animated movie since; fortunately, Illumination Entertainment Co-Founder Chris Meledandri shed a bit more light on the
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It seems that Bethesda has a future planned for Fallout 76, and one that the developer doesn’t expect to end any time soon. In a recent interview with GameSpot, Pete Hines the Vice President of Bethesda discussed the future of the multiplayer Fallout title. This is the first Fallout game to require an internet connection, so questions were raised by GameSpot
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Crackdown 3 news directly from Microsoft and Sumo Digital’s mouth continues to be sparse, but a recent new listing for the game on an Australian ratings site has given us our first piece of new info in quite some time. Over on the Australia Classification Board, a new rating for Crackdown 3 was listed. The game was rated as
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Xbox and Bethesda have partnered with the Philadelphia 76ers during November to celebrate the launch of the multiplayer title Fallout 76. The announcement via Xbox Wire also has revealed the “Radioactive Edition” Xbox One X console and Xbox One Controller. The console sports the recognizable Vault Boy from the Fallout series as well as a fat 76ers
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Capcom is trying their hardest to create hyper-realistic characters in the upcoming Devil May Cry 5. That includes everything from voice acting to gestures unique to Japanese people. In a recent developer interview with Capcom, Senior Producer of the game Michiteru Okabe detailed just how immersed they are trying to get their players. He stated:
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Kingdom Hearts III is easily the biggest production that Square Enix has pushed in years, with many people waiting nearly a decade and a half since the last mainline release. And with the release coming in under three months, Kingdom Hearts III Director Tetsuya Nomura let everyone know that the development team is loaded with work–so much so
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There’s no doubt that both the gaming communities and the Marvel Cinematic Universe find their many spaces to collide. That is one of the (many) reasons that Marvel’s Spider-man from Insomniac Games did so well. But what about a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and MCU crossover? Okay, that’s not happening. However, YouTuber PushingButtons capitalized on the hype of the Super Smash
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Even though Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is almost three years old at this point, it only continues to expand. Ubisoft’s recent financials revealed that the multiplayer game had surpassed 40 million lifetime players and is releasing in new regions. That being said, some of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege visual elements will be changed
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