E3

As the final conference to close out the pre-E3 festivities, Nintendo delivered a good amount of announcements and news from things we expected to hear, such as a full reveal for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for Nintendo Switch, today’s launch of Fortnite for the system, new content for Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and more, though two big titles were
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Fortnite has dominated numerous platforms since launching its Battle Royale mode last fall, and while Nintendo dropped the official announcement that the game is now available for the Switch, players are already running into a massive issue if they played on another platform, specifically with PS4. Several users on Twitter, including Kinda Funny‘s Greg Miller, have
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Epic Games’ Fortnite, in case you haven’t heard, is the game that is currently dominating the globe with tens of millions of players on consoles, PC, and mobile, and now the ever-popular shooter is making its way to Nintendo Switch owners…right now. During the latest Nintendo Direct for E3 2018, the company officially announced that Fortnite will
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Known for being the home of rare collector’s editions and physical releases of beloved indie games, Limited Run Games gave viewers its first-ever E3 2018 press conference, and the retailer certainly delivered with a ton of announcements of upcoming indie game releases in the coming year. During its official E3 2018 livestream, retailer Limited Run
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Since its debut in 2012, Telltale Games’ acclaimed episodic adaptation of The Walking Dead has brought players along an emotional and thrilling journey, and now the first chapter of The Walking Dead: The Final Season — and the end of Clementine’s story — will officially begin later this summer. Today, Telltale Games has unveiled the first trailer
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In 2017, it was revealed that Sucker Punch was working on a project unlike anything we’ve seen from the studio before called Ghost of Tsushima, a game set in feudal Japan during the Mongol Empire’s invasion of the country. This was completely out of left field, coming from the studio that’s most well known for the Sly Cooper and inFAMOUS series. While
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