Monthly Archive: July 2017

Splatoon 2 review for Nintendo Switch

Whether you’re new to the Splatoon series or a repeat customer, Splatoon 2 has enough to keep players entertained for hours on end.

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Nintendo 2DS New Super Mario Bros. 2 bundle launching next month

Nintendo shows off a super cheap new Nintendo 2DS bundle and re-confirms some upcoming 3DS software release dates.

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Cities: Skylines review for Xbox One, PS4

Do you have what it takes to be the next Robert Moses?

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Outlast 2 review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

An excellent sequel to one of the most terrifying games I've ever played.

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Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age coming to the west in 2018

Square Enix this morning revealed that the next big numbered Dragon Quest title is officially coming to North America and Europe next year.

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Giveaway opportunity for Valerian: City of Alpha mobile game

Get your hands on a slew of in game prizes for the Valerian: City of Alpha mobile game, which is now available for iOS and Android devices.

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Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception review for PS Vita, PS4

Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception: hard to pronounce, surprisingly fun to play.

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Stop by for this Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice official trailer

Ninja Theory's Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice is finally just around the corner, so today the studio dropped off a fabulous looking official trailer and PS4 Pro details.

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For Honor is getting dedicated servers, two new seasons and more

For Honor is apparently doing pretty damn well for Ubisoft, and as a result, they are pouring even more resources into the competitive online battler through 2018.

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Get acquainted with the Monster Hunter: World weapons in a trio of trailers

Get a good look at the 14 distinct weapon types in the Monster Hunter: World arsenal.

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Nintendo eShop Update – Miitopia, Hey! PIKMIN, Namco Museum

There's quite a lot of new eShop titles this week for Nintendo gamers of all types.

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Pyre review for PS4, PC

Pyre is easily one of the best titles released this year, with an interesting blend of role-playing games and old-school sports games that is unlike anything you've played before.

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The Sims 4 is moving on up to the PS4, Xbox One this November

After giving up hope that the latest The Sims title would ever migrate off of PC/Mac platforms, EA today revealed a console release slated for November 17th.

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Infinite Minigolf review for PS4, PSVR, Switch, Xbox One

Zen Studios' great little minigolf release features challenging courses, user created levels and plenty of customization.

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