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Nintendo Switch Is Official Name of Nintendo NX, Coming March

Nintendo Switch

Nintendo just casually dropped the biggest hardware announcement of the year on Twitter. A 3-and-a-half minute trailer reveals the Nintendo NX officially as the Nintendo Switch. The system was long rumored and now confirmed to be a fusion of home console and handheld system. The controller has components sliding off the gamepad and attaching to a small screen with a ...

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SMT IV Apocalypse UK Release Coming 2nd December

SMT IV Apocalypse UK

It’s been a bit of a wait, but we finally now know when Shin Megami Tensei IV Apocalypse will arrive in the UK and Europe. Deep Silver confirmed today that Atlus’ RPG sequel releases physically and digitally on the 2nd of December 2016 priced at €39.99 and £34.99. The game released just last month in North America, making this localisation a far ...

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Rez Infinite Review – Definitive Mind Killing

Rez Infinite Review

Publisher: Enhance Games Developers: Monstars, Resonair Platform: PlayStation 4 (PlayStation VR compatible) I’ve waited nearly 15 years to play Rez. This was a game with such immediate visual and conceptual hooks that it was hard to forget about even without actually touching it. Putting it simply – Rez is a rail-shooter where you hack into a trippy abstract representation of a computer database. Your ...

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Nidhogg 2 Announced; Looks Unrecognisable

Nidhogg 2

By popular demand(?) 2014’s fencing hit Nidhogg is getting a sequel due next year for PC, and likely some consoles. Gameplay-wise, Nidhogg 2 doesn’t seem to be introducing much new elements yet, aside from additional weapons such as an axe and a bow. The new soundtrack will feature electronic artist Mux Mool, as well as Daedelus, Doseone, and more to come. The biggest change to this ...

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The Bunker Review (VIDEO)

The Bunker Review

Disclosure: the author was provided with a review copy by Wales Interactive Publisher: Green Man Gaming Publishing Developer: Splendy Games, Wales Interactive Platforms: PlayStation 4 (review platform), PC, Xbox One The Bunker is a modern FMV game which follows a lonely man living in an underground nuclear bunker in England. This is the hero – John. He’s pathetic. He lives out ...

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Enderal – Skyrim Mod – Review


Developer: SureAI Platform: PC The Skyrim Creation Kit, possibly the greatest video game creation tool ever that isn’t designed for that specific purpose. Through it, modders have developed whole systems within Skyrim such as real time strategy, setlement building, tower defense, sex slave simulator…you name it, someone has modded it in to Skyrim. And now, developers SureAI, the same people ...

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Backlog Bit – Phantom Brave PC, Back In 1995, Shiren Vita


Marona’s Bizarre Adventure Part I – Phantom Brave Disclosure: review code provided by NIS America NIS America released a decent PC port of PlayStation strategy RPG Disgaea a few months back, though some users faced performance issues that marred the experience. Built in the same engine and featuring similar enhancements; Phantom Brave PC might make some fans cautious following the troubled launch of ...

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Rise of the Tomb Raider – Review


Publisher: Square Enix Developer: Crystal Dynamics Platforms: PC (review platform), PS4, Xbox One If you enjoyed Crystal Dynamics’ 2013 reboot of the Tomb Raider series then I have some good news, some bad news & some worse news concerning Rise of the Tomb Raider. The good news is that this sequel is the exact same game in almost every conceivable ...

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Simone Bernacchia – Amiga Homebrew Composer Interview


Simone Bernacchia is an Italian composer now living in LA since 2005 when he married his wife. He has been composing music on the Amiga platform since the 90s, with his first commercial title, arcade shooter ‘Powder‘ released in 1998. Currently working as a web developer, he is now part of the Amiga homebrew community, contributing music to a variety ...

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Demon’s Crest – The Retro Perspective


Demon’s Crest, a Ghosts & Goblins spinoff and a a game literally everyone should play. Because in the age when indie platformers are being thrown out left, right and centre and a “retro aesthetic” is seen as an instant positive as these indies attempt to be throwbacks to a better era. It takes us a trip back to play an ...

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Under Night In-Birth PC – Review

Under Night In-Birth PC

Disclosure: the author was provided with a review code for the game by Publisher: Arc System Works Developer: French Bread Platforms: PC (review platform), PlayStation 3 Exactly what is Under Night In-Birth? I’m reviewing it, and I still have no clue. I tried to figure it out; even tried diving into the wiki, and I still have no idea what I’m playing or ...

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This Is The Police – First Impressions

This Is The Police

Disclosure: the author received a review code of the game from Dead Good Media Last year saw Belarus studio Weappy Games successfully kickstart videogame crime drama This Is The Police, starring Duke Nukem himself: Jon St. John. Back in January 2015 I came to this conclusion on what the game would be like: The mature subject matter and seedy player role means ...

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Edge Of Eternity – Interview With The Composer


Cedric Memendez is a composer working with Midgar Studio, a French indie studio currently working on the JRPG inspired Edge Of Eternity. The game was a massive kickstarter success and also reached its stretch goal to bring on help from Chrono Trigger composer Yasunori Mitsuda. In this interview we talk about recording with Mitsuda and the Bratislava Symphony Orchestra. The ...

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Sonic 2017 + Sonic Mania Reveal Trailers

Sonic 2017

Tonight’s Sonic the Hedgehog 25th Anniversary party was host to the unveiling of two new games from SEGA’s flagship franchise. Sonic Team’s untitled Project Sonic 2017 is coming to Nintendo NX, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in Holidary 2017. The CG trailer doesn’t give away much, but it will reunite the modern Sonic the Hedgehog with the Classic Sonic seen ...

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Overwatch Skin Criticised by Hindu Statesman


Overwatch has been the target of another round of criticism this week. This time, rather than accusations of sexism (or misogyny as some people incorrectly label it) Blizzard has been accused of “cultural appropriation.” Though some of the other Overwatch Skins have been labelled offensive too, the specific skin under scrutiny this time is the Devi skin for the character ...

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