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Cuphead Delayed Into Mid-2017

by Peter Paltridgeon October 11, 2016
Ever since 2014 it’s become an E3 tradition to watch the latest build of the playable 1930’s cartoon Cuphead. We figured the game was making its final appearance at the event last June, but it could still get one more in: developer Studio MDHR has announced Cuphead is being delayed at least nine months in […]
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Paper Mario: Color Splash Was Accidentally Leaked By Nintendo Last Night

by Peter Paltridgeon September 23, 2016
Nintendo’s next Paper Mario game, subtitled Color Splash, isn’t due out for two weeks. Ordinarily we would have had to wait that long, but not today. For some reason, the “pre-order” button on the Nintendo E-shop changed to “buy” and all pre-loaded digital copies of the game became functional. The problem was quickly fixed, but […]

More Pokemon Sun And Moon Characters Were Revealed Today

by Peter Paltridgeon September 20, 2016
Four more Pokemon from the island paradise of Alola were unveiled today, but these are different from what’s come before. We had to get to the “exclusive” ones eventually. Below are the mons you can only get by selecting one game or the other. Trading is the only way to catch them all… Passimian Type: […]

Presenting The Gears Of War 4 Launch Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon September 19, 2016
Microsoft said they’d be putting out a new trailer for Gears of War 4 soon, and they kept to that promise. Below are two minutes of clips straight from the game. A shorter version will make its TV debut during Monday Night Football tonight. It’s a generation after Gears 3, and the survivors of humanity […]

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Does This Amiibo Reveal The Nintendo NX’s Launch Date?

by Peter Paltridgeon September 16, 2016
Nintendo’s European website recently added the Zelda: Breath of the Wild figures to their amiibo gallery, and included a release date: March 4, 2017. Nintendo has never put out amiibo figures for a game ahead of when the game itself comes out. And since there’s supposed to be a simultaneous release for the Wii U […]
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Man Orders Laptop, Gets XBox One Prototype

by Peter Paltridgeon September 14, 2016
In March of 2013 a 25-year-old man named Jia Li ordered a laptop from Microsoft’s online store…and the store goofed up. One week later, he got a large package in the mail that didn’t contain a laptop. Instead it contained an XBox One….eight months before the console’s unveiling, and two months before the XBox One […]

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Crash Bandicoot Turns 20 Today

by Peter Paltridgeon September 9, 2016
The original Crash Bandicoot was released for the Sony Playstation twenty years ago today, September 9, 1996. He’s not getting any younger and will resemble the “coot” portion of his name before too long. But it could have been different had his name remained “Willy the Wombat.” In 1994 Jason Rubin and Andy Gavin of […]
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Deus Ex: Mankind Added To PS4 Pro Launch Lineup

by Peter Paltridgeon September 8, 2016
When the PS4 Pro hits shelves on November 10, several of this holiday season’s games will be shipped compatible with the higher specs, while some pre-existing games will be patched after the release with graphical enhancements. Square-Enix’s Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will be there on launch day, arriving at the same time as the console. […]

Sony’s PS4 Pro Hits The Market November 10

by Peter Paltridgeon September 7, 2016
Sony’s long-anticipated upgraded model of the PS4, previously called Neo, has now been officially revealed as the PS4 Pro. It boasts 4K output capabilities, a 1 TB hard drive, and a GPU that’s over twice as fast as in the original model. Mark Cerny promised PS4 Pro “is not intended to blur the lines between […]

Four New Pokemon That Come From The Weird Side

by Peter Paltridgeon September 6, 2016
Nintendo revealed four new Pokemon from Sun and Moon today, and they are without a doubt the strangest ones yet. The majority of them have punctuation marks in their names, for one thing, and that’s just the beginning. Type: Null (Note: this is the full name, including “Type” and the semicolon) Type: Normal Type: Null […]