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The latest edition of Japanese publication V Jump has revealed that Goku (Ultra Instinct) will join Dragon Ball FighterZ. He will be included as part of the fighter pass paid DLC. More details about Goku (Ultra Instinct) will be unveiled during the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals 2019 – 2020. That event kicks off on 8th
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Fighting games are generally known for their slick, precise gameplay. Even something like Super Smash Bros., well known for its accessibility, boasts a remarkable level of depth, perfect for competitive play. Drunk-Fu: Wasted Masters doesn’t quite match up (in fact, it really doesn’t), but its bizarre, physics-based gameplay does entertain for a little while, and
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Following on from our reader-voted Top 50 Games of the Decade, Nintendo Life staff members will be picking their personal favourite Nintendo games between the years 2010-2019. Today, Alex recalls the growing pains of his first major step into his career, and how one squid and/or kid-based shooter made all the difference… “These controls are
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The latest edition of Weekly Famitsu has a nice roundup of notable Japanese developers favourite games from last year. These include Mr. Kamiya from Platinum Games who surprisingly chose Tetris99 and Mr. Katano who is the Sonic series producer. He chose Judgment, Sega Genesis Mini (Mega Drive Mini), Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk, Persona 5 Royal and
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The latest edition of popular Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu is now with subscribers and it contains some big name reviews. The reviews include Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot and Yakuza: Like a Dragon. The latter title is the highest scoring video game this week. Here’s the reviews featured in the latest issue: Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (PS4,
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Metroid fans have had some ups and downs when it comes to Nintendo’s haunting space-based series, but it’s been a while since we’d seen everyone’s favourite bounty hunter outside Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The most recent outing for galactic bounty hunter Samus was 2017’s excellent remake of the Game Boy’s Metroid II: The Return of
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TATE mode – or ‘portrait’ mode if you prefer – is just one of the features that make the Nintendo Switch such an attractive system for players. While TATE games are, by and large, found in the shmup genre, there are a few notable exceptions on Switch which use the thinner-yet-taller aspect ratio to create
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Nintendo has announced the games they will be bringing to this year’s World Hobby Fair at the Nagoya Dome on 19th January, Makuhari Messe on 25th-26th January, Fukuoka Yahuoku! Dome on 2nd February, and Kyocera Dome Osaka on the 9th February. Here’s the games which attendees can go hands on with this year: Pokémon Sword
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IGN has taken the bold decision to shift through the best action titles across platforms to find the ones that you really must play. It’s a tough thing to do but they’ve achieved it and the list seems fairly good. You’ve got both Bayonetta games there, though they have placed the sequel lower than the
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