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Pokemon Developer Game Freak Working On Switch Game

by Peter Paltridgeon March 20, 2017
A call for developers, from the Japanese studio Game Freak, has been posted to the website Indeed. Game Freak is the studio behind the main Pokemon series. Now they’re looking for talent to help them with an unidentified new game on the Switch. What kind of new game? Well, one of the job postings is […]

Capcom Introduces The Disney Afternoon Collection

by Peter Paltridgeon March 15, 2017
Video games based around licensed TV and movie properties are rarely good, and this was especially true in the late 80’s and early 90’s. But one of the exceptions was the output produced by Japanese company Capcom. Their titles based around Disney Afternoon properties (DuckTales, Rescue Rangers, Darkwing Duck) are considered some of the best […]

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Nintendo Reveals How Breath of The Wild Was Made

by Peter Paltridgeon March 14, 2017
Usually, getting secrets out of Nintendo is like pulling teeth — try getting them to admit where the Virtual Console on Switch is — but with the new Zelda game Breath of the Wild, they’ve decided to be completely open. Today the company posted a three-part series of videos on YouTube going behind the scenes […]

New Screenshots And Details From Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy Game

by Peter Paltridgeon March 9, 2017
The next big property to receive the serialized Telltale Games Adventure treatment is Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. The studio released new details on their next game this morning….we now know the main plot, voice cast and graphical style. The story as revealed so far: the Guardians are busy fighting somebody, or a group of […]

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Ubisoft Offering Free Access To Steep This Weekend

by Peter Paltridgeon March 9, 2017
Got nothing to do this weekend? How about a free game? Ubisoft’s downhill skiing/snowboarding game, Steep, will be offered free of charge this weekend only. It’s not a limited demo, it’s the full game, including online play and the newest region added, Alaska. · Grinding: In Alaska, there’s new spots to try adding a new […]
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Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare: Sabotage DLC Now Available

by Peter Paltridgeon March 3, 2017
The first DLC pack for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Sabotage, has now been released on all systems. Sabotage gives players four new multiplayer maps to romp around inside, and they run the gamut of locations from Italy to Mars.   Renaissance – Set in Northern Italy, Renaissance pits players against each other on the […]

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Ubisoft’s Post-Launch Plan For Ghost Recon: Wildlands

by Peter Paltridgeon March 3, 2017
Today’s AAA games usually come with at least a year’s worth of extra content. Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands will be released in a few days…but what’s going to keep players busy after they finish the main game? Let’s have a look inside the Season Pass…. Ubisoft provided us with this overview of their Wildlands plans […]
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The Nintendo Switch’s Lineup Just Got A Lot Larger

by Peter Paltridgeon February 28, 2017
Nintendo dropped an Indie Bomb on the press today with the confirmation of 64 third-party games in development for the Switch. Note the use of the word “indie” — none of them contain the words “Call” or “Duty” in their names. But there’s still some excellent stuff here, some of it exclusive. The biggest news […]

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Will Nintendo Produce The Next Pokemon Game On Switch?

by Peter Paltridgeon February 24, 2017
Given how the Switch is a console-handheld hybrid machine, it’s been the hope of a lot of people that Nintendo would start putting mainline Pokemon games onto it. There has never been a game in the main series you could play on a console (aside from using a Super Game Boy, but you know what […]
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A Summary Of Today’s Nintendo Switch News

by Peter Paltridgeon February 23, 2017
The Nintendo Switch launches in eight days, and today was the day embargos were lifted everywhere and the media was able to show off their advance units. An avalanche of new information came out today as a result, and it all confirms that Nintendo is still Nintendo. The Switch corrects some of the mistakes made […]