Monthly Archive: October 2016

Paper Mario: Color Splash review for Wii U

Color us impressed with Paper Mario’s latest outing.

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Seagate reveals a new external Solid State Game Drive for Xbox One

Finally an SSD drive built for the Xbox One.

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Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel review for Xbox One, PS4

Come, Ashen Ones, step into the painted world of Ariandel.

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Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors review for PS Vita

Playing this game may just have you follow Criminal Girls’ main characters to Hell.

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Sports Bar VR review for PSVR

Sports Bar VR is fun for a bit, but ends up dull… just like a real sports bar!

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Thumper review for PC, PS4

We get beat down in an up-tempo music game.

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Pokémon Sun and Moon are Nintendo’s most pre-ordered games ever

Who woulda thunk? Thanks in part to the surge in Pokémon popularity, Nintendo’s pair of upcoming 3DS releases are smashing pre-sale records.

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A Bastard’s Tale review for PS4

A punishingly broken game that gets difficulty all wrong.

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Ken Griffey Jr. gets back into the game as the MLB The Show 17 cover-athlete

It’s been quite a while since the legendary Ken Griffey Jr. was involved in a baseball videogame, but today, Sony revealed that he will be making a comeback as the official cover-athlete for MLB The Show 17 .

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Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX coming to PS4 on March 28th, 2017

The PS4 is going to be overloaded with Kingdom Hearts games early next year.

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Rez Infinite review for PSVR, PS4

Even though Rez is a couple of generations old, it still makes a good case for virtual reality.

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Final Fantasy XV has gone gold, so here’s a new CG cinematic trailer

To celebrate the gone gold status of Final Fantasy XV, Square Enix has released a dramatic and brand new CG cinematic trailer titled “Omen”.

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Nintendo eShop Update – Just Dance 2017, Corpse Party, Ectoplaza

New digital eShop content for this week includes a few Halloween-themed releases, such as Corpse Party, Ectoplaza, Demonic Karma Summoner, Lost in Shadow and more.

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Nintendo to announce launch plans, pricing, games for Nintendo Switch on January 12th

Nintendo has pinned down a day in which they will announce pricing and launch details for their exciting new console/portable hybrid platform.

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RIGS: Mechanized Combat League review for PSVR

In a nutshell, THIS is what VR was designed for!

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PS Plus members get Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, Deadly Tower of Monsters free for Nov.

Sony has revealed the next set of free PS Plus titles for PlayStation players.

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Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour review for PS4, Xbox One

Hail to the King All over again… Out with the old, in with the slightly better old!

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