Month: November 2019

What if RTS but you ditched the omniscient perspective for the humble vantage of a single unit? That’s part of the pitch for Earthbreakers, recently announced by Petroglyph. The Grey Goo studio are tossing a hefty helping of first-person action into a pot of already simmering resource collection and tactical building. They’re hoping the result
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SUBSCRIBE for more Shovel Knight ► http://bit.ly/DYKG_Subscribe GameCube Facts ► https://bit.ly/2r1pxjN Boundary Break ► https://bit.ly/2Y2FT7T In this video, Did You Know Gaming takes a look at some facts, secrets and Easter eggs surrounding one of the most successful indie games of all time, Shovel Knight and its DLC Plague of Shadows, Specter of Torment and
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After a wee bit of teasing, Avalanche Studios this week launched the first expansion for Generation Zero. Alpine Unrest continues the post-apocalyptic Swedish survival shooter’s story of humanity’s struggle against deadly machines with a trip to a ski resort island. How very Christmassy. [embedded content] “This is our first expansion and a labour of love
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Bandai Namco announced earlier this week that the long awaited Broly (DBS) will finally be coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ on 5th December. Today, the company has released a new trailer showing the character in action and his deadly move set. Check it out in the tweet down below. Share this! Like this: Like Loading…
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Assassin’s Creed creator Patrice Désilets, whose studio Panache Digital recently released Ancestors: A Humankind Odyssey on PC (console release to follow), has expressed his frustration with the game’s critical reception. Speaking at Reboot Develop Red (via Games Industry), Désilets claimed that Ancestors developers “know for a fact” that some reviewers didn’t play the game and that they are
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LCG Entertainment, a holding company that purchased the remnants of shuttered Telltale Games, has filed a trademark application for The Telltale Batman Shadows Edition. This development was brought to light by the Australian classification board (via TwistedVoxel), which awarded the title an age rating of 15+ just a day ago. No further details are available
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Ys Net’s highly-anticipated Shenmue III received a lukewarm reception both critically and commercially in multiple regions. What’s particularly worrisome is the game’s lackluster launch performance in its home market of Japan, where it sold less than 18,000 copies on the PlayStation 4 in the week ending November 24th. For comparison purposes, Japanese releases like Nintendo-exclusive Astral
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BioWare executive producer Mark Darrah published a series of Dragon Age related tweets over the past two days, and we can’t tell if he’s actually teasing something or conducting some kind of a social media experiment (probably both). A day before Thanksgiving, Darrah told his followers that he’s about to “try something” and apologized in
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With 2019 coming to a close, video game review score aggregator Metacritic has published (via VGC) its 15 highest-rated games of 2019 (excluding specific platform ports), with Capcom’s Resident Evil 2 remake and FromSoftware’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice in the lead. Resident Evil 2‘s remake, which has been a smashing success for Capcom, sits at
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Codemasters, the makers of many zoom ’em ups, apparently want more power under their hood. They purchased the entirety of Slightly Mad Studios, developers of the Project Cars and Need For Speed: Shift games, this week to the tune of £23 million. The entirety of Slightly Mad’s 150-person team will reportedly join the company. Codies
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The latest edition of the notoriously hash, but generally fair, UK publication EDGE magazine has arrived with subscribers. There’s a number of big reviews this week including Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and Pokemon Sword & Shield for the Nintendo Switch platform. Here’s this month’s review scores: Star Wars
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