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Stephen Welsh

Stephen (or Steve(or Tojeka Steve)) is a kind young man who cares more about games, fiction, sleep and chicken than is probably healthy.

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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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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EVOLVE Free-to-Play Launches This Week After “DLC Shitstorm”

Evolve Free-to-Play

2K and Turtle Rock Studios announced today the launch of an Evolve Free-to-Play version. The press release dubs it “Evolve Stage 2″ and will be changing the online multiplayer game so that it no longer requires the purchase of a copy of the game to play. Being made by the studio behind the original Left 4 Dead, the first-person shooter Evolve was highly anticipated up until ...

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Final Fantasy XII HD Coming Next Year For PS4

Final Fantasy XII HD

Continuing their trend of bringing practically every mainline Final Fantasy title to modern platforms, Square Enix today revealed that an HD Remaster of the PlayStation 2’s Final Fantasy XII will be coming in 2017. This Final Fantasy XII HD edition will be titled Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age and will feature the gameplay improvements found on the Japan-exclusive International Zodiac Job System edition from 2007. ...

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Super Robot Wars V English Language + 2017 Release Confirmed

Super Robot Wars V English

Bandai Namco today announced anime crossover game Super Robot Wars V for PlayStation 4 and Vita. The 25th Anniversary of the series will be marked by the release of both this game and the previously-announced Super Robot Wars OG The Moon Dwellers for PlayStation 4 and PS3. Notably, both games will see releases in other Asian territories with English language support. The Super Robot ...

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Anima Gate of Memories Review

Anima Gate of Memories Review

Disclosure: the author received a review copy of the game from Novy PR Publisher: Badland Games Developer: Anima Project Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4 (review platform), Xbox One I can’t say I expected this, but today I’ll be telling you folks about an Action RPG featuring a wise-cracking talking book that isn’t called Nier. This comes courtesy of Spanish developer Anima Project, who launched ...

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No Mans Sky Delayed By Seven Weeks, And That’s Alright

No Mans Sky delayed

Games press and gamers went into a bit of a frenzy this week when rumors spread of the highly anticipated exploration game No Man’s Sky being delayed. Developer Sean Murray of Hello Games took to the PlayStation Blog today to confirm that the game will not be meeting its previously announced release in late June. The new release dates are now: ...

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King of Fighters XIV Launches Worldwide Late August

King of Fighters XIV

Publisher Deep Silver today announced that they’ll be bringing SNK’s fighting game sequel The King of Fighters XIV to Europe at the end of August. This means that the game will release in North America, Japan, and Europe all on the same week. The PlayStation 4 game comes to America on August 23rd, while Japan gets it two days later on ...

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Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice Coming West Digitally

Spirit of Justice

“Ace Attorney 6” for Nintendo 3DS will be coming West this September as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice, Capcom have revealed today. Series fans may be disappointed to learn however, that like Dual Destinies, they’ll only be able to buy Spirit of Justice as a digital download on Nintendo’s eShop. The series is again skipping a retail release, but will be ...

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Tokyo Mirage Sessions Censorship Comparison – Censored Gaming

Tokyo Mirage Sessions Censorship

Welcome to a special Censored Gaming Recap featuring YouTube’s Censored Gaming! Localisation changes, cut content, and outright denial of sales is an unfortunately ever-growing trend in today’s industry. We’re going to do our best to document gaming censorship as it happens, to make you aware of just what’s being affected and what content is being deemed too objectionable for your libraries. ...

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