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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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  • The Best Racing Games and Franchises

    Regardless of platform, whether it be on one of the consoles or PC, racing games have always proven incredibly popular. Developers have been churning them out for decades now (the first true racing game – Gran Trak 10 – was released all the way back in 1974), and gamers have been more than happy to lap them up! There are a select few titles, however, which in our opinion stand head and shoulders above the rest of the racing games out there. And so, without further ado, here are the best racing games ever created. Gran Turismo Series When it comes to racing games, for many people Gran Turismo is the unquestioned daddy. This will be particularly true for PlayStation…

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  • Tomodachi Life: How To Create a Perfect Mii Personality

    Tomodachi Life, famously called Tomodachi Collection: New Life in Japan and Friend Gathering Apartment in South Korea is one of the most famous life simulation video games out there. This Nintendo’s creation came out in 2013, yet is still very popular among people of all ages. A healthy serving of this game revolves around personalities created in the game. The personality you create decides how the game goes for you. Called Mii in the game, it interacts with others in the game and hence you need to be careful when designing your personality. The personality mechanism in the game is not very easy to comprehend, however how the end result would be is pretty hard to predict. Understanding Personalities Your…

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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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  • Video Game Mysteries That Remain Unsolved

    The world of gaming is full of mystery, and why shouldn’t it be. Mystery, as an entity, is a big part of video games, as many titles sell solely on the suspense that they generate. Many of these mysteries could just be there due to a glitch or to tease gamers and have a little fun. Sometimes, these are planned by developers, and sometimes they just end up being there naturally. However, some of these mysteries still remain unsolved to this day. Do not believe us? Check out this piece on a few mysteries in the gaming world that have still remained unsolved. Pokemon: What Does Diglett Look Like Under the Ground? There are many Pokemon whose designs have always…

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  • The Best Games Out This Month – September 2017

    If you enjoy games then this piece is for you. Throughout gaming history, there have been games we know will be great before even playing them. We see gameplay trailers, teaser trailers and just get hooked onto them. We wait in great anticipation for the chance to be the first ones to get our hands on them. In this article, we have compiled such games. Below is a list of seven games that are expected to come out in September 2017, and are a must for all game lovers. FIFA 18 Let’s just go ahead and say it, FIFA is the best football game out there and for more reasons than you can think of. It’s a football simulation game…

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  • The Best Open World Games

    The genre of open world games took off in earnest during the early 2000’s, when rapidly advancing technology allowed developers to create the likes of GTA III and Morrowind. Fast-forward fifteen years or so, and open world games are more popular now than they’ve ever been before. Gamers want the freedom to explore a living, believable world at their own pace, and publishers – led by industry giants Ubisoft – have been more than happy to oblige. 2017 has already seen us blessed with not one, but two of the finest open world games of recent times (more on those later). Without further ado, let’s look at five of the best open world games currently available on the market. The…

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  • The Best Fighting Games Ever Created

    Ever since gaming rose to mainstream popularity gamers have been looking for opportunities to test their metal in fighting arenas. We’ve all had the compulsion to hone our reflexes and try to kick seven shades out of our friends at one point or another! From the cartoon excess of Super Smash Bros all the way to the gritty realism of EA UFC, fighting games are one of the most diverse genres available today. Whether you’re playing on your own at home, or playing with a group of friends, rattling of 12 punch combinations will always provide an immense thrill. Below, we take a look at the best fighting games ever created. 1. EA UFC First on our list is EA…

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  • Farming Simulator 18 Review

    If you’re looking for a true to life farming experience, one need look no further than the Farming Simulator series. Its success on PC and Consoles is unrivalled, but what if you need that farming fix on the go? Luckily, Farming Simulator 18 is now available on Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita, IOS and Android and it’s fair to say it’s a pleasant experience. But how does it hold up against it’s predecessors? First and foremost, Farming Simulator 18 is a mobile edition so don’t expect a fully fledged, full to the brim title like previous title Farming Simulator 17. While it doesn’t come close to 17’s over 250 strong roster of vehicles and tools, Farming Simulator 18 offers over 50 realistic vehicles to choose from, all featuring brand labels…

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  • The Top Tennis Games Ever Created

    There’s something about playing a good Tennis game that gets the blood pumping. Whether it’s the summer heat, the one-to-one competition or the blistering pace of the racket play, Tennis has always translated well into video games. Over the years, we’ve enjoyed a range of games from the authentic, to the impossible and the downright surreal. Below we take a look at the Top 10 Tennis Games.  Tennis 1984  Way back in 1984, Tennis was released on Gameboy as the first widespread tennis game. Though it was not the first tennis game, it is one of the best recognized for its time. The gameplay was simple mechanically, but the game itself was incredibly hard. The five difficulty levels ranged all…

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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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  • Can The Future of Gaming Help Conquer The Obesity Crisis?

    The very concept of losing weight is rather simple, yet it’s an issue many face within the modern world we live. Whilst gaming is mentally engaging, it is often blamed as an activity that encourages weight gain. However, this myth is about to be debunked. Let’s begin. Our bodies are like machines, they need fuel. Everything we consume has a value, calculated in calories. Each induvial has a different need and there are many factors involved, such as age, gender and height. Thus, the activities you enjoy can help promote weight loss, but they certainly don’t contribute to weight-gain directly. It’s easy to blame the overconsumption of calories on an activity we might, or possibly not, take part in. According…

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  • Oddworld Stranger’s Wrath Review

    For years, Lorne Lanning and company have been trying to create the kind of impressive Oddworld experience that both long-time fans and casual players would grow to appreciate. Well, I think they’ve finally hit the mark with Stranger’s Wrath, a simply stunning achievement on every single count. Graphics? Beautiful. Gameplay? Rock solid, with a keen amount of attention put into the gameplay styles. Sound? Classic Western style, even with some annoyances. The first great game of 2005 has arrived. Don’t miss it. I’ll have to admit, I haven’t always dabbled into the Oddworld universe. Years ago, when the series was initially launched with the release of Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee on the PlayStation and PC, I found some elements to be…

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  • The Best of E3 2017

    With the 2017 E3 wrapping up, there was a lot to cover on a number of fronts. This is the one time of the year when everything electronic is revealed by a number of the makers. As usual, there was the usual gathering of the video game manufactures that all were putting out for display their latest offerings. One of the takeaways from the show was Microsoft and their new Xbox console, more on that later in this article. Not to be outdone, Nintendo and Sony held their own when it came to their presentations and showed that while it was not as grand of scale as Microsoft, they too had a lot to be proud of. So, let’s get…

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

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