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  • The Evil Within 2 – Launch Trailer

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  • Visual: The Gamer’s Bucket List

    If you are a gamer then you might not have thought about a bucket list before. But don’t worry, we have an interesting info-graphic to share with you below. It provides a number of ideas that any gamer can consider applying to their very own list. See infographic here (via www.mrgamez.com).

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  • Where is Yooka-Laylee for Nintendo Switch?

    Upon the release of Yooka-Laylee back in April of this year, Playtonic Games gave PlayStation, Xbox, and PC fans alike a go at their 3D platformer. This, leaving Nintendo fans a bit out of the loop as the wait to play this Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor began to increase, was greeted with a statement from Playtonic themselves. Mentioning some difficulties they’ve had bringing their cuddly protagonists into the different hardware, they said to fear not because the Nintendo Switch port will happen. Now, nearly a half of a year since Yooka-Laylee hit shelves, Nintendo fans are given an explanation to why their turn at this game, beloved by many, is taking so much time. On Playtonicgames.com, they stated; “we’ve encountered some…

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  • LA Noire Is Coming To Next-Gen Systems

    Coming November 14, Rockstar Games will be releasing 4 brand new versions of LA Noire. These versions include: The Nintendo Switch port, a port to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, an enhanced version for the PlayStation 4 Pro and the Xbox One X, as well as an HTC Vive all new experience titles “LA Noire: The VR Case Files”. The Nintendo Switch port will be an all inclusive experience bringing the full game and all extra content given out through downloadable content. Although it seems this version will not have any graphical enhancements, it will feature “a Joy-Con mode with gyroscopic, gesture-based controls, HD rumble and new wide and over-the-shoulder camera angles, plus contextual touch screen controls”. Not taking…

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  • PAX West 2017 Impressions: Rocket League’s port to Nintendo Switch and Sony’s Knack 2

    Impressions on the upcoming Rocket League port to Nintendo Switch After walking away from Rocket League for the Nintendo Switch in the Nintendo booth at PAX West, I was left with an assortment of reactions. In most aspects, Rocket League on the Switch feels right at home. Some of this is due to much less input lag when put against its console counterparts, becoming comparable to the likes of the PC version. Another reason to take into consideration is its great feeling local multiplayer. Rocket League will be supporting LAN multiplayer without wifi necessary. With an addition to Rocket League feeling right at home on the Switch’s portable screen, it is undoubtedly a definite purchase for any Nintendo fan out…

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  • Divinity: Original Sin II Preview – Rivellon, and on, and on

    Our last trip to the bright and colourful world of Rivellon was a treat the likes of which we rarely get to experience. And it’s getting a sequel which apparently makes everything better. And in the game. Let’s take a look at some of the best things to come our way when Divinity: Original Sin 2 launches on September 14. (Un)Cooperative playthrough The first Divinity: Original Sin, among its many features had a spectacular co-op mode for two people. It even allowed you to resolve your differences during conversations peacefully and playfully. Original Sin 2 goes a couple steps further to gain momentum and make a big leap forward. First of all, instead of two players with a single hireling…

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  • Day One Pax West impressions

    With PAX West beginning yesterday, many larger companies are trying their hand at gaining the attention of the thousands of people who travelled into Seattle. Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know when attending some of those companies’ booths: SONY: Sony’s presence at PAX West is relatively small in comparison to the likes of Xbox. A large notable chunk of Playstation’s booth is taken up by some new PS VR IPs. Inside the center of the booth you will be able to try your hand at titles such as Knack 2 and Detroit: Become Human. On the outer edges, smaller IPs can be found such as the upcoming remastering of Secret of Mana, as well as one last…

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  • Sonic Mania – 12 Screenshots

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  • Red Dead Redemption 2 Now Due for Release in 2019

    Source: Red Dead Redemption 2 via Facebook  For those who have been eagerly anticipating Rockstar Games’ long-awaited sequel to the hugely successful Red Dead Redemption in 2010, the bad news is that you will have to wait a little bit longer. The game developers who are responsible for some of the most critically acclaimed games of all time recently announced that Red Dead Redemption 2 would be pushed back until spring 2018, after initially claiming that it would be set for release this autumn.   Although the news is heart-breaking to players who have been itching for another Wild West open-world epic, it could be a blessing in disguise. The reason for this is that gamers wouldn’t want Rockstar to…

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  • Worms WMD to Receive Free Forts Mode in PS4 Update

    The Worms games have been a welcome iteration in the gaming world since the mid-90s, with the 1995 PlayStation game launching the brand into the public’s eye. Since then it has gone from strength-to-strength, keeping up with ever-evolving trends in the gaming scene over the last two decades. From a fairly regimented console experience with two control pads and disc-based games to the internet-connected, online multiplayer gaming we see today, Worms has stayed relevant. The charm of the brand lies in the fact that it has never taken itself too seriously, especially compared to other strategy games, instead focusing the player’s experience on the fun and light-heartedness the game offers. Watching loads of little, over-the-top worms wiggle around battlegrounds with…

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  • The Top 15 Games Announced At E3 2017

    It’s hard to say anybody was blown away by this year’s E3 press conferences, what with Bethesda relying almost solely on VR reboots, Nintendo missing their mark by not announcing many seemingly obvious fan favourites (let’s face it, we’re all still waiting on Animal Crossing Switch!) and Skyrim rearing its six-year-old head in almost every conference. However, there are of course some titles which we’re excited for. Here’s fifteen games we’re looking forward to in the upcoming months. 15) Life is Strange: Before The Storm First up, a well-deserved prequel. Life is Strange: Before the storm. The story takes place three years before the events of the first game, with players taking up the role of Chloe Price as she befriends Rachel Amber. The…

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  • Spider-Man (PS4) – E3 2017 – Trailer

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  • Pokkén Tournament DX (NS) – E3 2017 – Screenshots

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  • Metroid Prime 4 (NS) – E3 2017 – First Look Trailer

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  • Super Mario Odyssey (NS) – E3 2017 – Screenshots

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  • Horizon Zero Dawn – The Frozen Wilds (PS4) – E3 2017 – Screenshots

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