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When Dragon Quest’s Hero was first detailed by director Masahiro Sakurai last month, some fans had a lot of concern about the character’s competitive viability. While some character incorporate random elements into their gameplay, Hero’s mechanics are a nod to Dragon Quest’s RPG mechanics and tend to center on a random number generator. The competitive
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A friend from the midlands once lamented that she’d always lived there. How absurd it was to live on an island, but directly in the middle of it. I can now say, having lived in two coastal cities, that living on the edge of it is very much the same, except that there are much
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Crying wolf Weird artsy games were once hard to find. The Path came out in early 2009, just as the indie game renaissance was kicking off, and although we’d seen games Trying To Say Something before, I hadn’t seen anything as experimental and dark and vague as this. You choose one of six girls (sisters?
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There have been a lot of questions about the state of Anthem, Bioware’s multiplayer online shooter, since its release earlier this year. Those questions have only intensified as rumors of Bioware’s head studio in Edmonton has moved on to Dragon Age while shuffling the game off to Bioware Austin, under the watchful eyes of Chad
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time… The Stillness of the Wind looks like it should be the cosiest game in the history of forever. Composed of big, bright primary colours that look like they’ve been stitched together to form a warm, snuggly
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A people-chucking bigbot Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. Mechwarrior? No, thank you. Transformers? No, sir. Heavy Gear? Not my stompy president. That’s correct, the super-sized mass-murdering robot of my desires is from Slave Zero. An absolutely mediocre action game, if my
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At E3 two years ago, developers at Mojang got on stage to announce a host of different Minecraft initiatives, such as an ambitious attempt to get every version of Minecraft into the same ecosystem. Snuck in between several of these announcements was the public reveal of what Mojang called the Minecraft Super Duper Graphics Pack,
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. Spacebar: hammer out five drones. Page Up: slap down a refinery, place a bunker for protection. 2: Scout. Have a quick poke, pull back. Home: marines queued, rallied to the bunker. Spacebar: hammer out more drones.
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PowerA, a video game peripheral manufacturer, has revealed an upcoming Spyro-themed Nintendo Switch controller that is now available for pre-order through Amazon. The controller, which releases on August 31 (just a few days before Spyro Reignited Trilogy comes to Switch), is officially licensed by Nintendo and gives players the ability to map controls to the two triggers on
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From Software’s latest title has been out for just over four months, and has sold 3.8 million copies of the game to retailers, according to Niko Partners senior analyst Daniel Ahmad. While this doesn’t account for some copies still sitting on store shelves, it also doesn’t account for digital sales, so in total there may be
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Harvest Moon: Mad Dash is a different take on Harvest Moon as it switches up the regular tone of the series to make the gameplay more frantic and puzzling. Players can experience the game solo or with friends milking, fishing, and harvesting to complete levels. They can also work throughout various environments such as the farm, beach,
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If you’re a digital subscriber to our magazine, you can now learn all about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Following last week’s cover reveal, our digital issue is now live on web browsers, iPad/iPhone and Android devices to subscribers. Individual issue will be available for purchase later today. You can download the apps to view the issue by following this
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The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) have leaked over six thousand more names and personal details from members of the games media than was previously thought, the company confirmed to Rock Paper Shotgun. In addition to the 2025 journalists, bloggers, analysts, and streamers whose physical addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail handles were made public in last
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New details about Pokémon Sword and Shield are coming on August 7 at 6:00 a.m. PT, according to a recent tweet from the official Pokémon account. It’s unclear if this is being positioned as a Pokémon Direct, or if it is going to be something different. Pokémon Sword and Shield are coming to Switch on
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What exactly has happened to the world of Backland isn’t your concern. You just have to figure out how to sneak around and light up the five beacons that will signal an escape ship to come get you the hell out of here. Complicating matters, though, are the angry robot guards, intermittent acid rain, and
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In an interview with Inverse, screenwriter Jac Schaefferis said the upcoming Black Widow film would feature more intimate, close-quarters combat than previous films. According to Schaefferis, this is in order to stay true to Black Widow’s character. While Avenger Natasha Romonaff lacks Captain Marvel’s powers of flight, Thor’s hammer, or Iron Man’s suit, she is a highly
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If you attend E3 as someone writing or making video content about the conference, chances are you’ll need to apply for a media badge with the event’s organizer, The Entertainment Software Association (ESA). The process includes putting down your phone number, address (physical and email), and several other bits of personal information. Over 2,000 people who went through that process
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