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As we draw closer to the release of Asobo Studio and Focus Home Interactive’s mesmerizing title A Plague Tale: Innocence on May 14, DualShockers wanted to delve into this dark, emotional-based story that revolves around siblings Amicia and Hugo and ask its game director Kevin Choteau some questions that should give players a more in-depth
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With every Mario RPG game comes its own unique gimmick, and Bowser’s Inside Story perhaps has one of the most memorable. Enhanced for the Nintendo 3DS, Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story encapsulates some of the best this subseries has to offer: a colorful art style, joyous music, quirky humor, sharp writing, a fun “other”
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Cast your mind back to when the Battle Royale genre in video games first came about. You’ll probably first find yourself thinking back to the beginning of 2017 when PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds grew in popularity, perhaps the first game to really kickstart this whole Battle Royale craze off. Of course, you’ll also probably think about Fortnite too, which not only
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If anything has been clear from the beginning of 2019–even only two months in–it’s that post-apocalyptic games are thriving and here to stay. This year alone we have the playful rivalry between Far Cry: New Dawn and RAGE 2, as the two games are competing for the title of “Most Colorful Apocalypse of 2019.” Meanwhile, Days Gone is
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The Grand Tour is an Amazon Prime show featuring three grown men that you either love or hate. Their motor show has ended up being developed into a video game thanks to Amazon Game Studios, making The Grand Tour Game their first foray onto consoles. The game lets you become the three frivolous presenters, allowing you to take control
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To commemorate the launch of Nier: Automata Game of the YoRHa Edition, Square Enix will be hosting a live broadcast at their Storia cafe in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro district. The event will be livestreamed via the company’s Square Enix Presents YouTube channel on February 20 at 8 p.m. JST. Interestingly, only forty people will be able to attend
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Level-5’s Yo-kai Watch series has always featured a wonderful sense of humor, but I was caught off guard with the role-playing game starting off with an extended parody of Chris Carter’s magnum opus, The X-Files. Cheekily called “The Y Files,” players get to see cartoon versions of Mulder and Scully (now called Blunder and Folly) bicker about
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During a demo event for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 I was able to talk with Yannick Banchereau, Live Content Manager at Massive Entertainment. I was curious as to his perspective and experience working with Ubisoft’s worldwide studios partially due to Metroid’s reportedly similar structure that obviously ended up not working out. As the live content
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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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Genesis: Alpha One is a combination of rogue-likes, ship building, and first-person shooting, each of which are serviced enough to work but not well enough to earn your time investment. The movement is fast, but the shooting itself is weightless and lacks the impact of other shooters. The rogue-like element simply means this is a
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The new year has kicked off with the fantastic remake of Resident Evil 2, likely causing gamers around the world to promptly shit their pants at its harrowing corridors and immensely unsettling enemies. No enemy encapsulates this game’s horror quite like “Mr. X,” or “T-00” if we’re going by the lore. This walking brute force has become the talk of
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I, like many of you, was definitely disappointed to hear Alien: Isolation’s Amanda Ripley would be returning in a mobile game as opposed to a more conventional console-based sequel. However, I did recently get to go hands-on with Alien: Blackout and I came away with mixed thoughts, most of which were actually positive. Blackout takes the formula of Five Nights At Freddy’s while
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While last week may have just seen the launch of several remasters, game releases will start to kick into full gear this week. Despite still being early in the year, we can expect titles from Capcom, Nintendo,  and Bandai Namco Entertainment this week, all of which were heavily requested by fans. After starting on January
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Bandai Namco held the usual monthly Super Robot Wars stream today, revealing the second trailer for Super Robot Wars T. Here’s a summary of the stream, with more information than the trailer had. The stream had the same people as usual. The comedy duo Gattsikitaika, voice actor Kenji Akabane, Super Robot Wars producer Takanobu Terada,
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Atlus and Sega just released Catherine Classic for PC via Steam. The release follows multiple days of teasing, with high quality, sexy sheep photos included on Steam pages of various Sega games, such as Shenmue I + II, Yakuza O, and Valkyria Chronicles 4,  Catherine Classic is based on the original PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 version of Catherine released in
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