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Last month, fledgling publisher Modus Games revealed that they would be working alongside Frozenbyte Game to release Trine 4. That sequel is pegged to release in 2019 for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, though that last platform was surprising considering the series hadn’t made an appearance on the Switch yet. Fortunately, the will be
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The Nintendo Switch is infamous for its lack of media apps thus far, but after a sort-of leak hinting at a YouTube app, the video service was officially released for the console. The app was stealthily released with little fanfare, and is available for download with a file size of 93.32 MB. Through the app, users
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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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Limited Run Games is at it again, with another limited run physical release. This time around, the distributor is providing physical copies of Battle Chef Brigade, a hybrid hack-n-slash and puzzle game that released for Nintendo Switch and more recently, the PlayStation 4. As with other releases from Limited Run Games, Battle Chef Brigade, which
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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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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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A new Dragon Quest Monsters game is in development for consoles according to Square Enix. The title was announced during the publisher’s Dragon Quest Monsters 20th Anniversary “Coming-of-Age Ceremony” livestream. As of right now, the title has no official name or confirmed platforms. Also, it’s not going to be a sequel to the Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker series that released over
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Aksys Games announced that they will bring Little Dragons Café to PC via Steam on November 15th. The game is currently available for PlayStation 4 and Switch. Little Dragons Café was developed by Toybox Inc, the studio helmed by Yasuhiro Wada, the creator of the Story of Seasons series, which is known as Bokujou Monogatari in Japan, and
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Ubisoft’s smash hit Just Dance 2019, who have slowly implemented a subscription-based service plus an annual fee to access some of the game’s content, has come under fire recently for a different matter this time. Reddit user and mother darkheartsmd has taken to the internet in concern over her six-year-old being repeatedly being asked, while in kids mode, to
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If you were hoping the newly revealed Final Fantasy Trading Card Game would be making its way to PC or consoles in a Hearthstone-like game, don’t hold your breath. Speaking with IGN, Final Fantasy Trading Card Game Producer Tarou Kageyama dispelled the idea of a digital version. When asked if the team would ever consider bring FFTCG to a digital platform,
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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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Kadokawa Games has been very active in releasing several titles both in Japan and in the west over the past few years, including Root Letter, God Wars, Metal Max Xeno, and quite a few more. With more coming, including the newly-revealed LoveR, and Root Letter: Last Answer, DualShockers talked to President Yoshimi Yasuda, who shared
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Earlier this week, dataminers found hints within the code of Diablo III: Eternal Collection for Nintendo Switch about possible Diablo-themed amiibo based on a Treasure Goblin and a Demon. Today marks the start of BlizzCon and the launch of Diablo III: Eternal Collection, so Blizzard was finally able to reveal that a Treasure Goblin amiibo
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With just over a month to go until its release, yesterday’s Nintendo Direct for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate gave us one of our biggest (and last) looks heading into the game’s launch with a deep dive into the confirmed Spirits Mode, many of the game’s new features, and of course, several new character reveals with Street
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Square Enix has announced that they’ll be hosting a special Final Fantasy XV livestream on November 7. I say it time and time again, Final Fantasy XV is the game we’ll never stop hearing about… along with Final Fantasy VII Remake, Kingdom Hearts III, etc. etc. All jokes aside, the broadcast will be in Japanese, but Square is providing subtitles as
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Today, Arc System Works revealed the release date for its upcoming dungeon-crawling RPG, Wizard’s Symphony. The game releases in Japan for Switch and PlayStation 4 on February 28th 2019. The game was initially planned for a “2018” release but got delayed since. A new teaser trailer for the game was also published. The game’s official site
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Following the return to the name “SNK” and after dropping “Playmore” the house of The King of Fighters and Fatal Fury has been particularly active in bolstering its console games lineup. In order to learn more behind-the-scenes details about the historical developer’s work, DualShockers had a chat with Producer Yasuyuki Oda. Through the translation by Development
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Sega made a surprise announcement back on October 29th: Sega Ages Phantasy Star for Switch launches in Japan on October 31st. The game was initially supposed to come out on September 20th along with Sega Ages Sonic the Hedgehog and Sega Ages Thunder Force IV. To celebrate the game’s release, Japanese news site Game Watch published
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To celebrate the year’s spookiest day, The Pokemon Company has today released a new trailer for Pokemon: Let’s Go Pikachu! and Let’s Go Eeevee! which shows off Pokemon’s spookiest location. The iconic and chilling city of Lavender Town has been featured in this new trailer for Pokemon: Let’s Go and as you might expect, it features the town’s classic music redone
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