Month: March 2018

DMM launched a new event within its Muv-Luv mobile and browser game Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier. The event is titled “Implacable Cherry Blossoms – Hell Class” (which is quite appropriate, as Japan is about to enter the Sakura season), and by playing the event missions players can drop or unlock (via cumulative score) two SSR units.
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Since it released last year, the indie roguelike platformer Flinthook grabbed attention with its grappling hook-based gameplay that has players swinging their way through its inventive levels, with the game now on the way to the Nintendo Switch in the very near future. Developer and publisher Tribute Games announced that Flinthook will be released for the Nintendo
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There’s a lot of debate over developers porting previously released title to Nintendo Switch. Some see it as a great way for developers to show support, while others think it results in an underwhelming game library, needless port-begging, and half-heartedly made ports. Botched releases like WWE 2K18 and RiME may make some people hesitant about third-party ports, but
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Merge Games assists developers in releasing physical retail versions of their game on a variety of different platforms. Recently, they partnered with Angry Mob Games for Brawlout on Nintendo Switch and Red Hook Studios for Darkest Dungeon: Ancestral Edition on PS4 and Switch. Today, they announced that they have partnered with Polish developer and publisher
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The social experiment and real-time tactical RPG from Abyssal Arts mixes fighting game mechanics with that of traditional RPG gameplay. Players can combine powerful abilities into real-time combos using the game’s Combo Wheel. City of the Shroud forces players to execute their enemies using the quick reactions of a fighting game while balancing strategy at
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If you live in the Old Continent and want to subscribe to PlayStation Plus on the cheap, Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe had a timely announcement today via press release. Starting today and until March 23rd (at 11:00 CET), a twelve-month subscription to Sony’s premium online service will be sold at a 25% discount for European
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Today Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that the recently-revealed Switch port of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy is heading west. As an additional bonus, the game will be released in North America and Europe day and date with the Japanese release on April 26th. The bundle includes Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm, which was originally launched back in 2008,  Naruto Shippuden:
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Today Bandai Namco revealed the first trailer of the recently-revealed Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy for Nintendo Switch. The video includes footage from the tree first games of the series,  Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm that was originally launched back in 2008,  Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 from 2010, and Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 from 2013. The 2016 sequel Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate
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Coming from developer Sam Barlow as one of the series’ creative leads, the upcoming series #WarGames will not only bring viewers into a surprising recreation of a beloved 1980s film, but will also engage viewers with a unique interactive format that blurs the line between game and TV series. Interactive video publisher Eko has announced that
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Scavengers Studio’s battle royale game Darwin Project, which that incorporates more viewer interaction into the experience, has had several Alphas and Betas on PC since it was revealed at Microsoft’s E3 2017 Press Conference. Those of you waiting to play until it hit Early Access and Xbox Game Preview won’t have to wait much longer, as
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In an early-morning announcement, Sony Interactive Entertainment revealed that starting next month they will begin make some institutional shifts — many of which include high-tier names and positions. According to the press release, the primary major change is that Jim Ryan — SIE’s recently-appointed Deputy President — will as of April 1 have oversight of
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Kadokawa Games revealed that God Wars: The Complete Legend will release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Nintendo Switch in Japan on June 14. God Wars: The Complete Legend was previously announced by western publisher NIS America to make its way to the west but on Nintendo Switch only this Fall. Instead of releasing the retail versions
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