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At its E3 press event yesterday, Ubisoft unveiled Steep, an open-world alpine sports game. In the new IP, players can snowboard, ski, base jump, and parachute their way across beautiful, snowy mountains en route to races, stunts, and other challenges. Steep features an open-world environment similar to that of the more bucolic environments of Grand Theft Auto V,...
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Anyone interested in trying out the next Halo real-time strategy game will have the opportunity to do so next week, as Halo Wars 2 on Xbox One will offer an open beta from June 13-20, Kotaku reports, citing a series of leaked images. The beta corresponds with E3 week, indicating that at least some mention...
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Amid announcements for more of the same games we get shoveled in our faces year after year is a wonderful gameplay reveal trailer for the upcoming Xbox One and PC title Cuphead. The game follows a run-and-gun platforming style of gameplay similar to that of Mega Man or Gunstar Heroes, but features an art style...
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Street Fighter V players will have the opportunity to play through a cinematic story mode later this month, according to a Capcom blog post. The name of the story mode is “A Shadow Falls” and it will be available “in late June,” the post says. The story experience will be approximately 3-4 hours long (set...
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A remastered edition of Final Fantasy XII will come out for Playstation 4 in Japan sometime in 2017, according to media reports. Publisher Square Enix intends to release the former Playstation 2 title under the name Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age. According to Famitsu, the updated version of the game will be based on...
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Gamers are currently in the midst of the fifth decade of the medium, and even though the games we see are larger, more complex, and more detailed than ever before, many would say that gaming experienced its glory days in the times of the Super Nintendo. As a full-blown Nintendo fan boy, I would be...
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Former Chrono Trigger director Takashi Tokita said he “would love to see a high-end, high-quality” edition of the Super Nintendo RPG, Game Informer reports, citing an interview with the current Square Enix producer and senior manager. In an interview with the video game magazine in Tokyo, Tokita said he would also be interested in a...
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After disappointing many fans with its initially limited plans for this year’s E3, Nintendo announced that it will, in fact, showcase a handful of games other than The Legend of Zelda Wii U at the upcoming gaming conference. According to an official statement, the company on the first day of the conference (June 14) intends...
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The latest edition of Capcom’s Resident Evil 5 is slated for release on current-generation consoles on June 28, according to Xbox’s official website. According to the description on the console’s website, the game will feature 1080p resolution as well as an upgraded frame rate. Resident Evil 5 originally came out on the Xbox 360, PC,...
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Rating: 9.5/10 I wasn’t sure at first what to make of Ori and the Blind Forest, an independent effort from the nascent Moon Studios, as it was included in my Xbox One bundle that I purchased mainly for the purpose of playing Dark Souls III and Rocket League. What I discovered was a wondrous (albeit...
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The release of No Man’s Sky, the much-hyped upcoming adventure-survival PS4 exclusive, has been delayed, Kotaku reports, citing two sources. Developers last year said they were anticipating a June 2016 launch date, but Kotaku has reported that the game will more likely roll out no earlier than at least July or August. A source employed...
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For this series, I revisit games that were heralded for their quality and originality at the time of their release, but have soon become just good game in the bargain bin at your local game store. Some games on this list are part of famous and highly-praised franchises, including the first game in this blog...
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According to a recent Facebook Q&A, Overwatch game director Jeff Kaplan said that the competitive multiplayer mode for the new Blizzard title will become available sometime in June. Kaplan did not unveil a specific date. Overwatch rolled out today for PS4, Xbox One, and PC following a lengthy closed beta (and a brief open beta...
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Narrative-device puzzle game The Talos Principle will be getting a sequel, the game’s studio confirmed at the Nordic Games Conference. Other details about the game are not yet known. Croteam, the game’s developer, is also responsible for the Serious Sam series. The Talos Principle came out in December 2014 for PC, Mac, and Linux and...
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Nintendo CEO Tatsumi Kimishima recently told Japanese newspaper Asahi that the company plans to enter the film business, using the money it intends to acquire from the sale of the Seattle Mariners to fund such ventures. Not much else is known about these efforts, and as out of left field as this news may seem,...
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