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E3 2016: Bayonetta’s Creator Would Like To Make A Third Game

by Peter Paltridgeon June 17, 2016
Hideki Kamiya, head of Platinum Games and creator of Bayonetta, would like to bring his witch back for a third outing. This came to light when reporters from the British newspaper The Metro were interviewing him, and offhandedly mentioned they preferred Bayo’s beehive hairdo from the first game. GC: …I preferred Bayonetta’s first haircut. PR […]

Cartoon Network UK Invites “Adventure Time” Fans To Interactive Ooo Experience

by Grant Whiteon June 17, 2016
Adventure Time Come on, grab your friends. We’ll go to very distant lands. Of a sorts, at least. Fans of Cartoon Network’s popular Adventure Time will be familiar with the land of Ooo, the setting for the show’s surreal escapades. Now fans in the UK have the chance to visit Ooo themselves and prove their […]

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E3 2016: Miyamoto Speaks Of “A New Kind Of Mario”

by Peter Paltridgeon June 16, 2016
Shigeru Miyamoto, creator of Mario and possibly the most influential game designer of all time, was interviewed by IGN today during E3. He was asked if he could say anything about the next main title in the Mario series. Surprisingly, IGN didn’t get a handwave and a “no comment.” They didn’t get screenshots and a […]
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E3 2016: Activision Announces Skylanders TV Series

by Peter Paltridgeon June 16, 2016
It had to happen: Activision’s popular Skylanders franchise is branching off into television. “Skylanders Academy” is the name of the animated series starring the video game characters that will premiere later this year. The series follows the more familiar members of the Skylanders team as they teach a younger generation of Skylanders how to defend […]

E3 2016: Sega Gives The Yakuza An 80’s Twist

by Peter Paltridgeon June 16, 2016
Sega has published its E3 trailer for the newest installment (to us, anyway) of their long-running Yakuza series. Japan is still one game ahead of us, but at least the translations are still coming. What can we glean about Kazuma Kiryu, the focus character of this installment, from the new trailer? We know he’s really […]
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E3 2016: New Footage From Dragon Quest VII On 3DS

by Peter Paltridgeon June 16, 2016
Dragon Quest VII originally came out for the Playstation in 2001. Now a new version with upgraded visuals (and stereoscopic 3D) is heading to the 3DS this September, thanks to a localization partnership between Square and Nintendo. The Nintendo Treehouse spent a half-hour’s time with Dragon Quest VII at E3 along with members of the […]

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E3 2016: BoxBoy Is Back!

by Peter Paltridgeon June 16, 2016
One year ago Nintendo released a charming little puzzler called BoxBoy! for 3DS. You played as a literal box with eyes, who had the ability to spring other boxes out of itself and chain them together to get past obstacles. It’s a simple concept, with simple graphics (they could have been easily done on an […]
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E3 2016: Nintendo Debuts Brand-New IP, Ever Oasis

by Peter Paltridgeon June 16, 2016
Surprise! Nintendo just sprung a brand-new game series, starring characters you’ve never seen before, on you without warning. This is the kind of thing a Nintendo Direct would have helped spread the knowledge of, but…instead, it’s up to us. Ever Oasis was developed by Grezzo, the dev team who porrted Ocarina of Time and Majora’s […]

E3 2016: Monster Hunter Generations Trailer And Demo

by Peter Paltridgeon June 15, 2016
Monster Hunter Generations comes to Nintendo 3DS in a month. But you can play a bit of it today if you’re fortunate. Capcom is sending out demo codes to select fans on its mailing list (if you’re not on it, it’s too late). The demo offers three monsters of varying difficulty levels: Great Maccao, Malfestio […]
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E3 2016: It’s Possible To Go Straight To The Final Boss In Zelda: Breath of The Wild

by Peter Paltridgeon June 15, 2016
Speedrunners and other such “game-breaker” enthusiasts have been wondering just how open The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild truly is. It’s not unreasonable to suspect large sections of the game have been blocked off for future access, right? …Not this time. Producer Eiji Aonuma confirmed today that if a player was good enough, […]