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  • Little Red Lie

    Posted by on January 23, 2018 under News
    We often think about games in terms of their verbs – that is, what we in them. For instance, in an game we run, jump, dodge, shoot, take cover, drive, and climb. We’re often led to believe that the more diverse a game’s set of verbs - and therefore the bigger the list of things we can do - the better it is. That somehow the more choice we have, the more meaningful the interactiv... more.
  • ‘People Ask for Story-Based Games, But Don’t Necessarily Buy Them’

    Posted by on January 23, 2018 under News
    either livestreaming sites should charge viewers OR games should be limited to how much of it's single player content you can stream Agreed completely. I know gamers like me are the minority. I love my SP story-driven games, and don't care about the PUBG's, Battlefront's and Overwatches, yet these are what sell, while many story-focused games lag in sales, being discounted heavily soon after rele... more.
  • Hands On: Sky on iOS Sees Journey’s Multiplayer Spread Its Wings

    Posted by on January 23, 2018 under News
    Yes, you're right: a timed exclusive to iOS, so what on is a preview of thatgamecompany's follow-up doing on ? Well, the developer has a close association with PlayStation, having crafted three excellent exclusive titles over the course of about six years. When we received an invitation to play an early build of Sky, we couldn't pass up an opportunity to get a sneak peek. The title will likely en... more.
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ: Majin Android 21 Gets First Gameplay with Breakdown

    Posted by on January 23, 2018 under News
    Android 21 is a a character created by Dragon Ball’s original author, Akira Toriyama, exclusively for Bandai Namco Entertainment and Arc System Works’ Dragon Ball FighterZ GameGuidedog Partners Dragon Ball FighterZ: Majin Android 21 Gets First Gameplay with Breakdown... more.
  • Minecraft Boss Helen Chiang on Her New Role, Breaking Records, and What’s in Store For 2018

    Posted by on January 23, 2018 under News
    Chiang's ascension comes at a time when Minecraft is reaching all-time highs in nearly every metric; 144 million copies of the game have been sold across more than a dozen platform, with 74 million players coming back to play the game each month. GameGuidedog Partners Minecraft Boss Helen Chiang on Her New Role, Breaking Records, and What's in Store For 2018... more.
  • Guide: New PS4 Games Releasing in 2018

    Posted by on January 23, 2018 under News
    What new PS4 games are coming out? We’ve got you covered with a full list of 2018 PlayStation 4 release dates. We’ll be updating this article all year long, rotating in new titles so you always know which upcoming PS4 games are on the way. Sony’s starting strong in January, with the likes of and . Remember to bookmark the page and visit regularly for all of the latest informatio... more.
  • Why you should take notice of Vampyr

    Posted by on January 23, 2018 under News
    MWEB GameZone writes: "We discuss why Vampyr might just be the Vampire game we've been waiting for." GameGuidedog Partners Why you should take notice of Vampyr... more.
  • Top New Games Out This Week On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC – January 21

    Posted by on January 23, 2018 under News
    GameGuidedog Partners Top New Games Out This Week On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC - January 21... more.
  • The Top 30 most downloaded digital-only games on Switch in 2017 + some extrapolations

    Posted by on January 23, 2018 under News
    Recently, Nintendo of Japan has distributed through the Switch’s News Channel two posts about the most downloaded digital-only (i.e. titles with no retail release) for the year 2017. One of them was specifically for Japan, but we’re here to talk about the other, that dealt specifically with sales on a worldwide scale…but with a specific caveat. Also: is it possible to get a bet... more.
  • Tight Controls Define This Retro Homage To Ninja Gaiden

    Posted by on January 23, 2018 under News
    At first glance, The Messenger looks like any number of pixel-art projects trying to recreate the magic of decades-old games. Beneath the nostalgic presentation, however, lies an action platformer focused on not just reliving the past but also improving on it. GameGuidedog Partners Tight Controls Define This Retro Homage To Ninja Gaiden... more.
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