Monthly Archive: June 2017

Nintendo eShop Update – Breath of the Wild DLC, GoNNER, Bonk 3

The Master Trials arrives for Zelda owners, along with GoNNER for Switch, and Bonk 3 for the Wii U VC.

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Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy review for PS4

What a glorious return for everyone's favorite bandicoot.

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Period Cube ~Shackles of Amadeus~ review for PS Vita

Period Cube: for those times when you wish Sword Art Online had way less action and way more romancing of bland hunks.

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Zen Studios announces Pinball FX3

Pinball FX3 gives pinball fans a lot to look forward to across a variety of platforms, with a focus on both single-player content and tournaments.

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PlayStation Plus subscribers get Until Dawn (and more) in July

Until Dawn, Game of Thrones, Tokyo Jungle, and more coming to PlayStation Plus this July.

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Rime review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

Rime may not be more than the sum of its influences…but with influences like these, it doesn't need to be.

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Nintendo reveals Super NES Classic Edition

Now you're playing with super power! Nintendo just revealed a Super NES Classic Edition console which is set to launch on September 29th, 2017 for $79.99.

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PlayStation Store Update – Crash N. Sane Trilogy, Arizona Sunshine, Poi, Cryptark

A solid update all around, with more than a few PS4 and PSVR titles planned for download this week.

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Check out the Beyond Good and Evil 2 in-engine demo

Ubisoft today sent over a first look at the in-engine demo that they were showing off closed doors at the E3.

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Toukiden 2 review for PS Vita, PS4, PC

Now that's more like it.

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Nintendo updates their 2017/2018 Nintendo 3DS release schedule

Wanna know when the next wave of big Nintendo 3DS releases are coming? Well you're in luck!

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Xbox Games Store Update – Get Even, Grim Legends 2, Super Bomb Rush!

There's not a bad selection of new Xbox One content on the Xbox Games Store this week. Check out the details within.

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Drifting Lands review for PC

Drifting Lands mixes bullet-hell style shoot-em up mechanics with Diablo-esque loot and gear, and proves that this is a hybrid with a possible future.

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Spellspire review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One

Accio dictionary!

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