Month: October 2017

Epic Games unveiled a Halloween-inspired Fortnitemares update for the Battle Royale mode of their popular Early Access title Fortnite today. This event update will happen on October 26, which means that the previous Horde Bash event will be ending on that day. The biggest thing included in this update is a new zone named Hexsylvania.
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Today, Black Forest Games and Accolade released a comical Halloween-inspired trailer for Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back, which will revive everybody’s favorite 90’s series mascot, Bubsy the Bobcat. In addition to the opening animated sequence, we also see some new gameplay in the latter half of the trailer. In the animated portion of the trailer,
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Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included the magazine’s sales ranking for the month of September (more precisely from August 28th to September 24th) in the Japanese digital download marketplace. This month is quite interesting, as it sees the debut of Destiny 2, which had a pretty underwhelming debut at retail compared to its predecessor. Pokémon
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While the Xbox One has focused on delivering Ultra HD visuals and more this year with the upcoming Xbox One X, Microsoft is officially saying goodbye to one of its attempts to broaden the capabilities of the Xbox consoles with the official end of the Kinect. Speaking in an interview with Fast Company’s Co.Design, Microsoft’s Alex
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Sony Interactive Entertainment is offering several fantastic titles at a discounted price in a Halloween-themed sale this month. From now until October 31st, save big on more than 100 games available on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita. While numerous AAA titles are launching within the final months of 2017, those who are
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Today is Wednesday, and as usual Media Create released its weekly sales chart related to the period between October 16th and October 22nd. Last week was quite interesting, as it saw the release of Gran Turismo Sport by Sony Interactive Entertainment and Polyphony Digital. Gran Turismo Sport – PS4 – 150, 286/NEW City Shrouded in
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After what has seemed like a lifetime of waiting, Nintendo finally revealed the first extensive details of the mobile Animal Crossing title which we now know is called Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. As you might have guessed from the name, this edition of Animal Crossing finds us at a campsite with many new, and some familiar, animal friends. Like past Animal
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Weappy Studio and THQ Nordic released their interesting strategy-adventure game This is the Police to Nintendo Switch digitally today. To celebrate, a new trailer showcasing gameplay from the Nintendo Switch port was released. While the digital version of This is the Police is currently available on the Nintendo eShop, a physical version of the title will be
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Today Sony Interactive Entertainment and its mobile label Forwardworks announced that their first iOS and Android game, Everybody’s Golf, has passed four million downloads. The game was at over two million downloads by the beginning of August, following its release in Japan on July 4th. Looks like the number of active players has been growing
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B.J. Blazkowicz is back and ready to punch some Nazis with the upcoming release of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus this week, and ahead of the upcoming game’s launch you can start preparing your gaming to max out the game and your full-on Nazi assault. Publisher Bethesda Softworks has revealed the PC specifications for Wolfenstein II: The
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After several years in development, the critically-acclaimed indie adventure Night in the Woods brought players into a small town setting as a college dropout cat looking for a deeper purpose in her life, with the previously-released game heading onto a new platform next year. Developer Infinite Fall has announced that Night in the Woods will release on mobile
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NIS America released a launch trailer for the horror adventure, Yomawari: Midnight Shadows, available now in North America for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC, and coming on October 27 in Europe. The launch trailer gives a preview of many of the environments that players will be able to explore, including, something of the new indoor
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Ever since its debut on Steam Early Access back in March of this year, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has become a phenomenon like few other titles, with the massively popular shooter having crossed over 15 million sales just a few weeks ago, with the game’s upcoming Xbox One release looking towards a potential retail edition. Speaking in an
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Mobile games have taken on a reputation in recent years of being based around the idea of free-to-play titles and microtransactions, but the mobile platform also has provided many eye-opening and charming interactive experiences to enjoy, with one of these coming next year from the designer of Monument Valley, called Florence. Publisher Annapurna Interactive has announced the
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Today Microsoft released four video showcasing the new backward compatibility features coming to the Xbox One family. First of all, we learn that the Xbox One X will offer additional improvements for select Xbox 360 games. Showcased in the videos we two different maps of Halo 3, High Ground and The Pit. Both look remarkably
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Today the UKIE released its weekly sales chart for the United Kingdom, related to the period between October 16th and October 22nd. The chart is dominated by Sony Interactive Entertainment and Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo Sport. The game sold better at debut than the original Gran Turismo and of the latest entry, Gran Turismo 6,
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For over two years, LEGO Dimensions has brought together the imaginations and wonders of numerous franchises into one title, such as Harry Potter, Sonic the Hedgehog, and more, while the game is unfortunately building its last setpieces this year. Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced that the release of new content for LEGO Dimensions has now officially ended, with
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