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Odin Sphere Is Almost Here So Move Thy Rear

by Peter Paltridgeon May 24, 2016
The remastered edition of PS2 classic Odin Sphere will be released in just two weeks, but you can play a bit of it right now. The demo will be available on the Playstation Store starting today. If you’ve never played this lovely and unique game, don’t miss your chance to get a free taste of […]
We’ve Come To The Final Trailer For Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst

We’ve Come To The Final Trailer For Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst

by Peter Paltridgeon May 24, 2016
Can you believe there’s a new Mirror’s Edge coming in a mere two weeks? After years of skepticism that a second game could even happen, and so many delays once it DID go into production, Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst has seemed so far away for so long that having it a confirmed reality is going to […]

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Skylanders Now Come In Card Form With “Battlecast”

by Peter Paltridgeon May 24, 2016
Is Disney’s cancellation of the Infinity line a sign that the bottom has fallen out of the toy-to-game market? The venerable Skylanders franchise, which started the whole genre, is two steps ahead in the event that happens: cards always sell, and Skylanders can now be collected as cards too. Skylanders Battlecast is the name of […]
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Conflict Comes To Ubisoft’s The Division Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon May 23, 2016
On May 24, Ubisoft will launch The Division’s first big update (as in, not something added to deal with a glitch). Entitled Conflict, it will add multiple new attractions to the game free of charge, including these four new gear sets: Final Measure: This powerful defensive set features improved Exotic Damage Resilience, protection from Elite […]

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E3 Finally Open To The Public….Sort Of

by Peter Paltridgeon May 23, 2016
The Electronic Entertainment Expo is and has always been a trade show — meaning its purpose is to show off industry wares to the press and investors, not the average citizen. Other video game conventions, such as PAX, have spring up to fill the gap and let everyone in, but E3 remains the biggest video […]
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Leak of Destiny: Meet “Rise Of Iron”

by Peter Paltridgeon May 20, 2016
Destiny’s next expansion will be called “Rise of Iron.” We know this due to a leak that made its way to Reddit yesterday, which has been reportedly confirmed by staff at Bungie. The candidly snapped poster depicts what many are guessing is Lord Saladin from the Iron Banner event, brandishing a totally metal new weapon […]

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Dates Revealed For Sony And Microsoft’s E3 Conferences

by Peter Paltridgeon May 17, 2016
Sony Interactive Entertainment announced today exactly when their yearly E3 conference will commence. You’ll be able to watch their newest press briefing at 6 PM. PT, 9 PM ET on Monday, June 13. Will they reveal an awesome new trailer for a surprise unknown game? Will they also reveal something kooky and weird that we’ll […]
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Yo-Kai Watch 2 Given US Release Date

by Peter Paltridgeon May 16, 2016
Nintendo announced today that Yo-Kai Watch 2 will be released in America for the Nintendo 3DS on September 30. Unlike the first Yo-Kai game, it’ll be coming in two different versions, subtitled “Fleshy Souls” and “Bony Spirits,” and like Pokemon they will each contain their own exclusive ghosts. Why? Yo-Kai is why. September 30 is, […]

Assassin’s Creed Is Getting A Movie, And The First Trailer’s Out

Assassin’s Creed Is Getting A Movie, And The First Trailer’s Out

by Peter Paltridgeon May 12, 2016
Just like the Spanish Inquisition, no one expects an Assassin’s Creed movie — until it flips down from out of nowhere and sneaks up from behind you. The first trailer for the feature film adaptation of Ubisoft’s game franchise made its debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, and we’ve got it here too: Michael […]
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Cancellation Turns Disney’s Toy-Game Product Into “Disney Finity”

by Peter Paltridgeon May 10, 2016
Disney announced today it would be ceasing its Disney Infinity line of interactive toy-game products, and as a consequence, they’ll also be shuttering Avalanche Studios, the in-house development team responsible for the Infinity games. The line, as its name implied, was designed to go on without any planned end, but life worked out differently…the franchise […]