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Today Bandai Namco Entertainment announced the official title for the western release of My Hero Academia: One’s Justice.  The game will be named My Hero One’s Justice both in North America and Europe, probably to dodge the usual licensing issues with anime titles. Alongside the new title, we also get a new traler in English, a batch
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Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released the first gameplay trailer of the upcoming anime-inspired game My Hero Academia: One’s Justice. The trailer provides a good look at the characters that have been already revealed, before moving on to show some of the game’s features, including the sidekick system, and the ability to destroy most of the props
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The award ceremony for the British Academy Games Awards just ended, and the winners have just been announced at the Troxy venue in London. The Game of the Year (or simply “best game” as it’s officially named) award went to What Remains of Edith Finch, that beat Assassin’s Creed: Origins, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, Horizon Zero Dawn, The
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If you play World of Tanks and you’ve been craving for some new bonus content then you’re in luck. Today, developer and publisher Wargaming announced a brand new in-game event for the popular MMO, but if you want the extra content you’ll have to act quickly. The Stellar Bonus event will go live tomorrow, April 12,
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Yesterday, Sledgehammer Games and Activision released a ton of brand new content for Call of Duty: WWII in the form of both The War Machine DLC and the Divisions Overhaul Update, and it fundamentally changed everything about how the game plays and operates. Now, 24 hours later, Sledgehammer Games has addressed a few smaller bugs that have been occurring
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For some time now, Pete Hines has been the face of Bethesda Softworks, one of gaming’s biggest third-party publishers. If you’ve been familiar with Bethesda in any capacity or have watched any of the company’s E3 presentations the past few years, you’ve likely been exposed to Hines and his straight-shooting, down-to-Earth attitude. During PAX East
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Today is Wednesday, and Media Create released its hardware chart and top-twenty software chart painting the picture of the Japanese market between April 2nd and April 8th, 2018. You can check out the top-twenty below, keeping in mind that the second number displays lifetime sales for all games. Kirby Star Allies – Switch – 35,319/392,413 Far
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Today Microsoft announced that Gears of War 2, Red Dead Redemption, Portal 2, Sonic Generations, Darksiders, and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed are getting the Xbox One X enhanced treatment via backward compatibility today. According to the announcement made during the second episode of Inside Xbox, Gears of War 2 runs at 4K on Microsoft’s console, but even more interestingly, all
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At last year’s E3, Microsoft revealed that original Xbox games would be coming to the system’s backwards compatibility program. They then released the first wave of original Xbox titles later that year. Many were wondering when more titles would come, so today, during an Inside Xbox livestream, Microsoft confirmed several new titles were coming to
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While I am not typically the biggest fan of the RTS genre, Nintendo’s more puzzle-focused take on the strategy — Pikmin — has always stuck with me. Micromanaging cute little alien creatures, each with unique abilities, clicked with me more than “pure” RTS games, and I still consider it one of Nintendo’s most underrated series. Unfortunately, we
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After putting the spotlight on Egypt and V2 in the series’ previous two episodes, as expected, Sledgehammer Games has given the same treatment to Dunkirk. Today, the developer released a brand new episode of Map Briefings, showing off tips and tricks for the DLC’s final, standard multiplayer map. Just like the other installments, this episode shows off certain tips and tricks
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After being teased just a few days ago via a trailer, many fans were hyped about the prospect of Sam Fisher possibly coming to Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands. Now, developer and publisher Ubisoft have officially announced that a Splinter Cell-themed mission will be making its way to the popular shooter, which will kick off the game’s second
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