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  • Square Enix doesn’t have much to say about possible Dragon Quest XI localization

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 30, 2015 under News
    Square Enix finally announced Dragon Quest XI earlier today. That was most definitely good news, but fans want to know if the company has any plans to bring the game west. Unfortunately, Square Enix doesn’t have much to say on that front at the moment. The publisher provided Eurogamer with the following statement: “We don’t have a concrete plan at the Via Square Enix doesn’t h... more.
  • Review: Deception IV: Nightmare Princess (New Gamer Nation)

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 30, 2015 under News
    New Gamer Nation writes: "I watched as the man naively stepped on my launching pad and was sent sent flying through the air before landing on a bear trap. The trap held him in place as my swinging axes knocked over the two columns next to him. He was squashed and killed instantly. It was only a 4-hit combo, and that Via Review: Deception IV: Nightmare Princess (New Gamer Nation)... more.
  • Life is Strange Episode 4 Throwing Digital Sheep Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 30, 2015 under News
    I just finished the episode about 30 minutes ago and I have to say I am still speechless on how much they left it on a cliffhanger. Now the wait for another two months to see how it ends is going to seem like a decade. I came across maybe one audio bug in the game. Nothing breaking and I think Via Life is Strange Episode 4 Throwing Digital Sheep Review... more.
  • Xbox One boss on the urge to leak 360 backwards compatibility for fan’s benefit

    1 CommentsPosted by on July 30, 2015 under News
    Microsoft made a major splash at E3 2015 with a variety of significant announcements, and they arguably ended up "winning" E3 with it. Among the news they had to share, Xbox 360 game backwards compatibility for the Xbox One was among the most difficult things for Xbox One boss Phil Spencer to not leak prior to the announcement actually being made. Via Xbox One boss on the urge to leak 360 backwar... more.
  • Review: ‘Magic Duels: Origins’ will ignite your spark | Examiner

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 30, 2015 under News
    Examiner's David Leavitt writes: "Since 2009 whenever anyone asked us what the best way to learn Magic: The Gathering is, our answer has always been referring them to the newest Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers. Last year's installment Magic 2015 introduced the highly anticipated custom deck building client, however it caused a bit of an outcry after dumping Via Review: 'Mag... more.
  • Gamescom is Microsoft’s time to shine in crucial Europe battleground

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 30, 2015 under News
    MMGN writes: Despite attracting 300,000 people from more than 80 countries, Germany’s Gamescom is often seen as E3’s little brother. Yet they serve a similar purpose, providing their respective regions with the best access to the biggest games and gaming hardware. For one very important and powerful player, this Gamescom will be unlike any other. Microsoft essentially has the stage to... more.
  • FIFA 16 vs PES 16 – Which Football/Soccer Game Will Be Better This Year?

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 30, 2015 under News
    It’s about time for football fever once again. The Premier League starts on August 8th and football fans are awaiting the next instalment of their beloved football simulators. But last year was a rocky year for FIFA, both the organisation and more importantly for us, the game. We saw a lot of outrage at a few questionable decisions made by EA Via FIFA 16 vs PES 16 – Which Football/Soccer ... more.
  • The Swindle – Expansive

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 30, 2015 under News
    The Swindle gives you 100 days to become the best thief you could possibly be so that you can attempt to break into Scotland Yard. The premise makes the game sound rather easy, but the reality is far from it. With shades of Spelunky and Rogue Legacy, The Swindle is reminiscent of the 16-Bit era of videogames when platformers took no Via The Swindle - Expansive... more.
  • God of War III Remastered Review: Vengeance at 60FPS | The Koalition

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 30, 2015 under News
    Gary Swaby at The Koalition writes: God of War III was a big hit back in 2010, and it did a lot to boost the PlayStation’s reputation. For its time it was a technical feat, achieving things we hadn’t seen before at that point. While the story is the weakest of the original trilogy, and the ending met with mixed reactions, Via God of War III Remastered Review: Vengeance at 60FPS | The ... more.
  • Nutjitsu: Reforged (PS4) Review – Push Square

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 30, 2015 under News
    Push Square: "The fact that Nutjitsu: Reforged started life as a phone game is plain to see right from the start, and it's this legacy that infuses every aspect of the experience. With its single screen mazes taking mere minutes to complete, the bite-sized gameplay falls firmly in the time waster category, and it's subsequently better suited to the bus stop Via Nutjitsu: Reforged (PS4) Revie... more.
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