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So, you’re having a party – possibly on a rooftop – dancing to the music and all that jazz, but there’s suddenly a lull. Fear not because we’ve got just the thing to get the party started again! Nintendo Switch has a whole host of crowd-pleasing co-op and competitive party games, whether you’re hosting a
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And we’re back! Welcome to the third edition of Box Art Brawl, the series where we ask you lovely people to decide which lucky territory got the best box art of a certain retro classic. Last week we looked at Contra (or Probotector as it was known in Europe) and it was decided that the
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The 30th anniversary of the Game Boy’s arrival on North American shores got us thinking about the unlikely upstart system that stole its portable crown and permanently ousted the mighty Game Boy brand from Nintendo’s lineup. It’s strange to think back to a time when the Nintendo DS – that odd-looking folding system – was
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SteamWorld Quest fans will be happy to know that the game has officially been updated to version 2.0. This free update unlocks New Game Plus, the Legend Remix mode, HD Rumble, the in-game jukebox and art gallery. In addition, the Nintendo Switch version of SteamWorld Quest 2.0 is 20 percent off for a limited time.
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Leading up to the highly-anticipated launch of Astral Chain, PlatinumGames is continuing to reveal interesting tidbits surrounding the upcoming action title. In a new case file, director Takahisa Taura talked about the primary inspirations behind the game. “The story and art style of Astral Chain is inspired by Japanese police procedurals and science fiction anime,”
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A lot of games these days like to capitalise on nostalgia. Whether it’s with pixelated graphics or callbacks via specific gameplay mechanics like side-scrolling platforming, old school enthusiasts have more choices than ever before. The Forbidden Arts feels very much like game straight from the GameCube era, with a mixture of platforming and action gameplay
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