Month: August 2017

Today the traditional awards ceremony for CEDEC 2017 (Computer Entertainment Developers Conference 2017) was held at the Pacifico Yokohama Hotel in Japan. For those unfamiliar, CEDEC is basically the Japanese equivalent of the Game Developers Conference in the United States. The Engineering Award was won by PlayStation VR for offering a low-cost and high-performance VR
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Today the traditional awards ceremony for CEDEC 2017 (Computer Entertainment Developers Conference 2017) was held at the Pacifico Yokohama Hotel in Japan. For those unfamiliar, CEDEC is basically the Japanese equivalent of the Game Developers Conference in the United States. The Engineering Award was won by PlayStation VR for offering a low-cost and high-performance VR
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Today, Nintendo revealed quite a few indies that would be making their way to Nintendo Switch, including Yono and the Celestial Elephants and Pikuniku among many others. However, one other that is sure to get fans excited is the announcement of Oxenfree on Switch. Night School Studios’ Oxenfree is an supernatural thriller/adventure game that tells
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Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the line-up of games it will be offering on-the-house for PlayStation Plus subscribers for the month of September. Below, you can view the full line-up for Both Europe and North America (it’s not often that the two have different offerings, but September is one of these rare occurrences that they
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Seeing Xander and Ryoma from Fire Emblem Fates work together is rather peculiar, but it’s exactly what you’ll see in today’s Fire Emblem Warriors gameplay trailer. The trailer, which you can enjoy below, showcases a co-op attack executed together by the two rival princes. It’s brief, but certainly intense, in perfect Musou-style. You can check
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Clap Hanz’s Everybody’s Golf has finally been released in North America, and to celebrate, Sony Interactive Entertainment launched a free PS4 dynamic theme for your perusal. The theme is only available on the North American PlayStation Store for the moment, and can be downloaded here. If you live in Europe, you can probably afford waiting
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Independent developer Lichthund and publisher Crunching Koalas announced today that they will be bringing Lichtspeer to the Nintendo Switch next month on September 7. This version of the game has been dubbed the Litchspeer: Double Speer Edition, and comes with exclusive content. Some of the improvements included in the Double Speer Edition include a brand
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Electronic Arts has announced that FIFA 18 will include four new licensed stadiums. According to the publisher, FIFA 18 will include the Atlético Madrid’s new home field, Wanda Metropolitano, the LA Galaxy’s field, StubHub Center, Huddersfield’s Kirklees Stadium and Brighton’s Amex Stadium. With the addition of these four stadiums, the game will include over eighty
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Today Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe announced the release date of the .hack//G.U. remaster .hack//G.U. Last Recode in the old continent. The game will launch in Europe on November 3rd, which is exactly the same date as the previously-announced North American release. The publisher also released a trailer showcasing the history of the franchise, and a
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Fans of the Metroid series were ecstatic when two new games were announced for the franchise at this year’s E3. Today, Nintendo released a new gameplay trailer for Metroid: Samus Returns. The trailer comes in TV spot format, and provides a look at some gameplay, including both new and revamped features from the original Metroid
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