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Major conferences at E3 2016: what went wrong?


So, E3 is upon us. At the time of writing, the major conferences are over, and the Noshcast for E3 has been recorded. A lot of what I said there I’ll likely be reiterating here, but it bears repeating in the event that someone, anyone in charge of organizing any of the conferences reads this (fat goddamn chance, but a ...

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2K Announces First Members of the WWE 2K17 Roster


Earlier today, WWE Games’ Twitter account revealed the first three playable members of the roster in their upcoming WWE 2K17 game (in addition to Bill Goldberg, pictured above, the former WCW megastar who is available as a pre-order bonus). They were announced at E3 via the artwork of Rob Schamberger, long-time provider of artwork for WWE merchandise and other memorabilia. ...

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From Software has 3 New Projects in the Works


Disappointed that you didn’t hear anything from the talented developers at From Software at this year’s E3 press conferences? No worries, a NeoGaf user has translated an interview with president Hidetaka Miyazaki, where he reveals that the company are hard at work on three internal projects. The first, an action RPG with a ‘dark fantasy setting,’ though Miyazaki claimed this ...

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Watch Dogs 2 Announced


Ubisoft announced yesterday that they are in fact making Watch Dogs 2, after an alleged “leak” put all of the information out there just prior to E3, which starts next week. No gameplay has been shown as yet as the below trailer is merely pre-rendered footage. What we currently know is that Aiden Pierce, the previous game’s protagonist and his ...

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Atelier Sophie Review – Alchemist of the Mysterious Book

Atelier Sophie Review

Disclosure: the author was provided with a review code of this game by Koei Tecmo America Publisher: Koei Tecmo Developer: Gust Co. Ltd. Platform: PlayStation 3 (Japan only), PlayStation 4 (review platform), PlayStation Vita. JRPGs tend to be overlooked a lot nowadays. Beyond its niche, the genre is often considered past its prime and it’s rare to see a JRPG receive ...

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Valve to Publish ‘Fan Made Battlefront 3’


Frontwire studios, inspired by the leaked footage of a cancelled Star Wars Battlefront 3, have been working on an unofficial Battlefront 3 game of their own using Unreal Engine 4. The studio have previously had doubts about releasing the game officially due to fears of a cease and desist from Disney. But with renewed hope, Frontwire have secured a publishing ...

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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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Wonderful Looking Wonder Boy Remake Is Adorable

Wonder Boy Remake

Opening with a pan down to a pink building as a familiar tune plays in the background, this trailer then takes us inside to see a pig reading a newspaper. Then we see a dragon running towards the pig who gets smacked in the face with a sack of money. As the pig looks at the money with glee, his face is ...

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The Mighty No. 9 Trailer is Bad, Quit Your Crying!


This article was written in response to “The Mighty No. 9 Trailer is NOT Bad, Quit Your Crying!” by Mock9’s John C. Last week, the internet had not really been talking much about Mighty No. 9. That is, until a really bad trailer for the game came out on Wednesday, 25th of May.  The trailer was so bad, it currently ...

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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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Anomaly 1729 – Review


Disclosure: the author was provided with a review code of the game courtesy of Black Shell Media. It’s available to purchase on Steam here. Publisher: Black Shell Media Developer: Anvil Drop Platform: PC Anomaly 1729 or, as its internal files refer to it, “The Cube” (more on that later), is a third-person puzzle-platformer based around gravity manipulation developed by indie studio Anvil Drop. ...

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Final Fantasy X/X-2 & the Awful “Will” Audio Drama


We have two videos for you today! An in-depth discussion and review of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster and a much shorter video summarising the ‘Final Fantasy X -Will-‘ audio drama. My co-hosts Tom & Luke had never played an RPG before Final Fantasy X and 15 years later, the game remains one of their favourite games of all time. ...

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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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Overwatch Review – Battle Boring? Far From It

Overwatch review

Publisher: Activision Blizzard Developer: Blizzard Entertainment Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4 (review platform), Xbox One About three weeks ago, I had zero interest in Overwatch. I knew only two things about it: that it was an online multiplayer game – already a red flag for me as someone who tends to stick to single-player games – and that there was a minor controversy ...

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