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Gravity Rush 2 At TGS'16

While it may have been conspicuously absent from E3, Gravity Rush 2 is prominently featured at this year's Tokyo Game Show.If you've played the original on either Vita or PS4 you know what you are in store for, but for those of you haven't, the simplest run-down I can give is this. You play as [...]

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Resident Evil 7 At TGS'16

The Tokyo Game Show demo of Resident Evil 7 is an expanded and updated version of the E3 demo. And just like the E3 one, you can download the demo from the PlayStation store and experience it for yourself.Because of this, I don't want to go into too much detail about the demo itself; I'd [...]

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Japan Game Awards 2016

As with every Tokyo Game Show, the Japan Game Awards were given out with start of the show on Thursday. While mobile may have reigned supreme last year, console is king once again. Check out the list of winners below!Game Of The Year: Splatoon (WiiU)Designers Award: Life is Strange (PS4/PS3/PC)Excellence Awards: The Witcher 3 (PS4/XB1/PC), [...]

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The Most Under-Appreciated Games of Last Generation PART 2

A few weeks ago we shared with you a list of some of the most under-appreciated, but totally worth your time games of the previous generation. Well, it's time for Part Two!Enslaved - Odyssey to the West (PS3/360):Enslaved is a great 3rd person, action-platformer with a phenominal post-apocolytpic, science-fiction take on the classic Chinese story [...]

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Arby's Loves Video Games

Wether you love their food or hate it, we can all surely agree that Arby's Facebook pageis freaking awesome! Whoever is in charge of the marketing for Arby's social media is a massive video game fan; there are all sorts of cool things for gamers to geek-out on. Below are just a few samples, so [...]

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Nintendo Power Now Available On Internet Archive

For over 20 years, Nintendo Power was a bastion of all things Nintendo; news, previews, reviews, rumors, guides and cheat codes. Before the rise of the internet this how we got our gaming info, we waited with baited breath for our issue to arrive in the mail. Now, thanks to the power of The Internet [...]

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Lost In Localization: Dragon Power (NES)

In 1987 Bandai released a game called Dragon Power for the NES. This kung-fu themed action game featured a story in which a young boy is tasked with gathering crystalballs in order to summon a dragon that will grant his wish. He is helped on his quest by a young girl, along with an old [...]

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The Most Under-Appreciated Games of Last Generation PART 1

Now that we are firmly into the latest console generation, it's time to take a look back at some of the most under-appreciated, but totally worth your time games of the previous generation.Deadly Premonition (PS3/360):In what can only be described as the closest we will ever come to a Twin Peaks video game, famed Japanese [...]

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After 25 Years, Street Fighter 2's Intro Fighters Are Revealed

For 25 over years a mystery has plagued gamers, "Who the hell are these two guys fighting in the Street Fighter 2 intro?" Well, wonder no longer my friends, Capcom has finally let the cat out of the bag.An industrious Redditorwas pouring over Capcom's newly updated Street Fighter 5 character profile pages when they came [...]

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Lost in Localization: Yo! Noid (NES)

All of us have fond memories of playing great games in our childhoods. Well, did you know that someone in another part of the world might have played the exact same game, but it was entirely different!? Welcome to the wonderful world of localization.In 1990 a wonderfully quirky action platformer was released for the NES [...]

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