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Yacht Club Games (Yacht Club from here on out) has announced via their blog that the final wave of Shovel Knight content has been delayed. The final two expansions, Amiibo, and the physical bundles for Switch and PS4 have been delayed for “several months– at most,” according to Yacht Club’s blog post. The reason for
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Disclaimer: The names/handles mentioned in this piece have been edited for the sake of anonymity, but are only a few of the experiences I’ve had. “No, no, no! NO!” The ball bounced a few feet in front of my Twinzer after being delicately knocked over by another player on the opposing team. As the ball
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AVerMedia is a company you’ll no doubt have heard of if you’ve looked into streaming. They’ve got a range of capture cards, both internal and external, sound bars, and even headphones. Today, AVerMedia Technologies has announced Live Streamer MIC 133. A brand new unidirectional condenser microphone targeted at streamers. The Live Streamer MIC 133 is part of the Live
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Before chicken dinners were the must-have meal for gamers, deliciously moist cake was the dish that players would strive for instead. And who wants to wait in line for cake? Not speedrunner CantEven; that’s for sure. Instead, they’ve taken it upon themselves to rush through classic puzzle game Portal at an eyeball-spearing pace. The vomit
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The roguelike Metroidvania (or whatever genre you’d assign it to) Dead Cells was a huge success in sales, especially on the Nintendo Switch, but don’t expect a direct follow-up any time soon. In an interview with Game Informer, Motion Twin game designer Sébastien Bénard tempered expectations about a possible sequel. When asked about a hypothetical Dead
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Fans of Black Mirror gathered around their television screens yesterday to see what the hullabaloo over this new Bandersnatch interactive movie was. Through Netflix, viewers were able to choose between branching paths in a story that followed a video game programmer (Fionn Whitehead) working for a company called Tuckersoft in 1984 England. One of these
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Good morning and Merry Christmas everyone! This is Lou Contaldi, friendly neighborhood Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers, and I just wanted to check in with the best part of our site–readers–for the holiday season. First, and most importantly, let’s set the mood — go ahead and start playing this video below: Next, let’s knock the normal relative
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Good news Dead Cells fans. The rogue-lite Metroidvania platformer is getting an impressive update with beta version 1.1 coming to Steam today. The patch offers players the ability to create custom game modes which give players control of loadouts, items, and weapons. New item buffs, challenge rewards, and other enhancements are coming to the core
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Scarecrow Studios, who is a Barcelona-based indie developer, has unveiled a very special season’s greeting message for all of their excited fans as they count down the months until its release in mid-2019. The point and click adventure looks really pleasing to the eye as well as an inviting and charming story about the adventures
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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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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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The developers for Yooka-Laylee, Playtonic Games, announced on Twitter recently that they hit 1 million players worldwide. Yooka-Laylee came out of Kickstarter campaign raised enough money for some former Rare employees to develop their own Banjo-Kazooie spiritual as Playtonic. Wahey! We’ve hit a milestone of over 1 million #YookaLaylee players! Have a massive thank you from all of us
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Australian based indie development outfit Samurai Punk’s unusual first-person shooter title Screencheat is getting a remastered edition exclusively for Nintendo’s hybrid console, the Switch, under the name of Screencheat: Unplugged. Screencheat: Unplugged is a multiplayer FPS that stands out from the crowd. Unlike most titles in this somewhat over-saturated genre where players must scan the
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SEGA and Creative Assembly’s Total War series is one with a storied history across seventeen games, eighteen if you count next year’s Total War: Three Kingdoms. All of the games are available on Steam, though many of them still require the base game and DLC to be purchased separately. That finally changed today, as three
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