Month: August 2018

Even since its release in 2012, Diablo III has still remained a hugely popular title across PC and consoles, and it seems as though that Nintendo Switch owners may be able to look forward to slaying demons with their friends later this year. The apparent confirmation of Diablo III for Nintendo Switch has come by way of Forbes,
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Today the Asian branch of Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new trailer of the upcoming rhythm game Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! for Nintendo Switch. The trailer explains how you use the Switch’s Joy-con controllers like they were the sticks of a drum, also showcasing movements that wouldn’t correctly be registered due to the nature
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Ahead of next month’s release of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, a pair of classic Lara Croft titles have made their way to Xbox One Backward Compatibility. First up is Tomb Raider: Legend, which is now a staggering twelve years old. Goodness. Feels like that game just came out less than five years ago. Anyway, Legend was Lara’s first
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Following its release last week, Ghost Town Games and Team17 today revealed the first major piece of content that will be making its way into Overcooked 2 soon. That’s right, a New Game+ mode is coming to Overcooked 2 and will allow you to replay all of the story’s 45 levels in the pursuit of getting four-stars. That’s right,
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After around a year of anticipation from fans, we are only two weeks away from Strange Brigade’s release to the world. Now, developer and publisher Rebellion Entertainment has revealed a brand new trailer for the game, which shows off some never-before-seen footage from the third-person shooter. The trailer, which clocks in a little over six minutes long,
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Now that World of Warcraft‘s new expansion Battle for Azeroth is out in the wild, Blizzard released two new trailers to wet the players’ appetite before they get stuck into the story. The first is a CGI launch trailer featuring scenes from the expansion’s cinematic, while the second is in-engine. Both focus on the siege of Lordaeron
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Today NIS America released a new trailer of Kadokawa Games’ JRPG Metal Max Xeno. The video showcases the encounter with one of the playable party members that join the game’s protagonist through his adventures, Maria. She is a beautiful and stern soldier who had her companion annihilated by the SoNs. She is also a perfect example of
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Today word about mass layoffs at the visual novel publisher Sekai Project started surfacing on social media via Project Manager Josh Kaplan and Brand Manager Frances Delgado. According to the tweets, the whole Los Angeles office was suddenly let go today. There is currently no information on whether the same happened to remote employees. Further comments
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Undertale for Switch has been a long time coming, but patient Nintendo fans will get what they waited for—plus more, if they’re willing to shell out some extra cash. The Switch version of the cult-classic will have a special collector’s edition that includes several goodies, which will ship in September for a retail price of
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Crystal Dynamics has grown to be one of Square Enix’s premier development studios in recent years, and have just expanded even further. In addition to their long-running Redwood Shores studio, a new satellite studio in Bellevue, Washington called Crystal Northwest has been established. This studio is officially operational as of today and is led by Chad
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Today Gust and Koei Tecmo released a large new gallery of screenshots and artwork of Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland DX, Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland DX, and Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland DX, which form a remastered trilogy titled Atelier: The Alchemist of Arland 1-2-3 DX. The screenshots showcase  gameplay, storytelling, and the alchemy system
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