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It has been nearly ten years since Ghostbusters: The Video Game was released on last-generation hardware by Atari. As we near that anniversary, it looks like the game could soon be coming back. As seen on Game Rating, a Taiwanese game ratings website, a remastered version of Ghostbusters has now recently appeared. The appropriately titled Ghostbusters: The Video
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We all know of Mega Man, the blue-bombing robot who kicks butt and consistently delivers the world from the grips of Dr. Wiley. We also all know God of War, and the Nordic makeover that Kratos received in his PS4 debut. But what if someone merged both together — a combination of sci-fi and historical garb.
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There was a collective cheer from the internet when it was revealed that the design of Sonic from the upcoming Paramount film Sonic the Hedgehog would be changed. After some sustained blowback surrounding the uncanny valley-like design of Sonic, a key voice has surfaced about the new direction. Specifically, the co-creator of Sonic the Hedgehog and former head of
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Plants vs Zombies is a tower of defense strategy game that released ten years ago today. The game originally was developed and published by PopCap Games for OS X and Microsoft. PVZ about homeowners trying to prevent themselves from being eaten by zombies, by using a variety of plants to get the job done. With each
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Since its introduction several years ago, Xbox One’s growing library of backwards compatible titles has long been a fan favorite feature of the console, and Microsoft is doubling down on that even more with a newly-added title and several other backwards compatible titles getting a fresh coast of Xbox One X-enhanced paint. During Microsoft’s most
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Sniper Elite V2 Remastered was revealed for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch last month alongside Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition for Switch, Sniper Elite VR, and a new mainline Sniper Elite game. Today, Rebellion decided to bring this upcoming remaster into the limelight once more by releasing a graphics comparison trailer and confirming
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As gamers, there are probably very few things that excite us more than coming across someone with a gigantic video game collection that covers their many walls from floor to ceiling. One hardcore gamer from Texas has done just that with his gargantuan collection of video games from every corner of the gaming spectrum that has
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Toy enthusiast and Instagram photographer Captain Dangerous turned her love of toys into art, by creating original product diorama-based photography using toys from her favorite video games. Some great examples from her page take inspiration from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Kirby, Pokemon, Animal Crossing, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Kingdom Hearts. The
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Microsoft has started emailing current Xbox Live Gold subscribers in the United Kingdom to notify them that the recurring subscription price will be increasing soon. Those who pay for the service month-to-month will have to pony up £7 instead of £6. Quarterly subscriptions will cost £18 instead of £15. And annual subscribers will have to dish out £50 instead of £40
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Nearly 10 years after initially releasing to the public, Mojang’s Minecraft is still setting new sales milestones. Just recently, Minecraft’s PC version specifically has now passed 30 million copies sold worldwide. The official Minecraft website keeps track of this data in a ticker at the bottom of the webpage stating how many copies of the title have been
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Suda51 is passionate about the No More Heroes franchise (understatement of the year, I know) and during an interview at the recently passed GDC, he revealed a little hint of exciting news possibly regarding the third installment of the series: No More Heroes 3. Editor’s Note: Be warned, some spoilers for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes can
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There’s no question about it: Borderlands 3 hype is in full swing. Following the PAX East reveal from developer Gearbox Studios, most gamers aren’t waiting until the April 3 announcements for more information. Instead, they are diving right into other Borderlands games on Steam driving chart numbers across the board. Analytics come directly from site SteamCharts, which reviews both
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Anamanaguchi, the American band behind the excellent soundtrack from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game, has taken to Twitter to clear the air regarding their lack of involvement in getting the Ubisoft developed and published title de-listed from the digital marketplace. The band’s official Twitter account released a recent status update regarding the situation,
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