Month: July 2017

Nicalis revealed the cover art for the physical release of their action side-scrolling game Tiny Barbarian DX, coming to Nintendo Switch in Q4 2017 for $39.99. The artwork, created by Famitsu Artist Susumu Matsushita, displays a triumphant barbarian as he saves the girl and bravely awaits encounters of monstrous foes. Matsushita-san has worked on hundreds
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The cast for Call of Duty: WWII’s zombie mode just keeps getting bigger. Today publisher Activision and developer Sledgehammer Games announced that Blade star Udo Kier will be joining the highly anticipated zombies mode, which is reportedly titled Army of the Undead. After announcing that Daredevil star Elodie Yung, Doctor Who star David Tennant, and
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During Ubisoft’s quarterly financial conference call for investors and analysts, President and Chief Executive Officer Yves Guillemot commented on upcoming announcements of new Nintendo Switch games. Guillemot teased that other games for Nintendo Switch on top of Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle will be announced “quite soon,” but encouraged to “wait a little bit” for
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The love for old-school gaming shines through for developer The Bitfather and their rogue-like, classic turn-based title: Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic. They are the latest developer to use retro 8-bit style graphics with a no-nonsense, straight-up nostalgia approach which works in some instances, but holds the game back considerably in many areas. Originally released
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Released just a few weeks ago on PS4, Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy offers the chance for longtime fans of the classic Crash Bandicoot trilogy to relive the titles with newly-remade visuals and more, while many fans have addressed that some things about the titles feel noticeably different than before. In a blog post from
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Since its debut on Steam Early Access back in March, the survival shooter PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has lit up Steam both commercially and in terms of playtime, with the title having eclipsed a new record in terms of its player count. Developer Brendan Greene (aka “PlayerUnknown”) revealed via Twitter that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has reached a new
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