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With the recent release of the game on Nintendo Switch, Fortnite has continued to go into a global phenomenon, and if the new player count revealed by Epic Games is any indication, it’s only going to continue to grow in the coming months and (maybe) years. In a blog post, developer Epic Games has revealed that Fortnite
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Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included a spread with the reveal of Nelke and the Legendary Alchemists: Atelier of the New Land by Gust. The game is in development for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PS Vita, and will release in Japan this year. Interestingly, it’s an “all-star” city building simulation RPG. Basically, it’s Sim City with JRPG
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Following the new gameplay reveal at yesterday’s PlayStation press conference, Sony Interactive Entertainment released a press kit for Insomniac Games’ Marvel’s Spider-Man. We get to see a look at some of the baddies that we’ll fight in the game, mostly focusing on Electro, and boy the game looks brilliant. Incidentally, all the screenshots are in shiny
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As the title that got the biggest attention during its Nintendo Direct, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is clearly going to be one of the marquee titles coming to Switch owners later this year, and Nintendo provided a few more details on the upcoming fighting game that brings together (almost) all of its franchises and characters in
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Fortnite has dominated numerous platforms since launching its Battle Royale mode last fall, and while Nintendo dropped the official announcement that the game is now available for the Switch, players are already running into a massive issue if they played on another platform, specifically with PS4. Several users on Twitter, including Kinda Funny‘s Greg Miller, have
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Epic Games’ Fortnite, in case you haven’t heard, is the game that is currently dominating the globe with tens of millions of players on consoles, PC, and mobile, and now the ever-popular shooter is making its way to Nintendo Switch owners…right now. During the latest Nintendo Direct for E3 2018, the company officially announced that Fortnite will
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The wonder of Jurassic Park has always lied in the spectacle of seeing a theme park full of real live dinosaurs, and with the debut of Jurassic World Evolution, the park is finally yours to build and fill with prehistoric creatures. Frontier Developments has released the launch trailer for Jurassic World Evolution, which gives viewers a closer
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After having been confirmed almost three years ago to have been in development, Capcom finally revealed the first footage of the Resident Evil 2 remake during Sony’s E3 showcase. As you probably would expect, the reveal trailer features RE2’s main protagonists Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield but they both look much better thanks to modern visuals. It also
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Activision’s remastered title Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will be getting a brand new level later this month, but there’s something else heading to the platforming title. The brand new level that is arriving to Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is Future Tense. This level is developed by Vicarious Visions and will add an extra layer of difficulty to Crash
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Known for being the home of rare collector’s editions and physical releases of beloved indie games, Limited Run Games gave viewers its first-ever E3 2018 press conference, and the retailer certainly delivered with a ton of announcements of upcoming indie game releases in the coming year. During its official E3 2018 livestream, retailer Limited Run
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The news that many were waiting for has finally come, and Sega just announced that Hokuto Ga Gotoku is coming west as Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise. Like the original Japanese release, the game will be released in North America and Europe for PS4 only on October 2nd. It’ll cost $59.99, and it can already be pre-ordered
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During Bethesda’s press conference being held in Los Angeles, the publisher announced two The Elder Scrolls games: The Elder Scrolls VI and The Elder Scrolls Blades. The Elder Scrolls Blades is a “Pure Elder Scrolls game” designed for mobile platforms, but Bethesda’s Todd Howard announced that it’s going to come to all platforms possible, including PC, consoles, and virtual
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