Monthly Archive: August 2019

Tap Skaters review for Nintendo Switch

Tap Skaters hopes you’ll pay a premium to play a freemium mobile game on your Switch. You probably shouldn’t.

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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 gets retro on November 5th, 2019

Sega reveals 10 retro-style, 2D events based on the Tokyo 1964 Summer Olympics. New screens, trailer and more.

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SEGA AGES Space Harrier review for Nintendo Switch

Space Harrier blasts its way into the Switch AGES collection!

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Collection of Mana review for Nintendo Switch

Collection of Mana marks the first time that Seiken Densetsu 3 makes its way to the West, bringing two additional titles with it.

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Sagebrush review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

What happens when not quite everybody’s gone to the rapture?

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Check out Marvel’s Avengers official A-Day gameplay footage

Check out a new gameplay video of Square Enix’s anticipated action adventure title showing off the opening level.

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Damsel review for Nintendo Switch

Damsel is a lot of things done exceptionally, and one thing done really wrong.

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Gearbox shows off new Borderlands 3 modes, trailer & screens

For Gamescom 2019 Gearbox Software has so far released a new trailer and info regarding a couple of new modes for Borderlands 3, including the more challenging Proving Grounds.

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Cyberpunk 2077 set to augment Google Stadia game library next year

CD PROJEKT RED’s next big RPG is headed to the Google Stadia next year. Check out the new trailer.

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

A Wolfenstein game in name only, this boring, repetitive, insulting shell of a game is not worth your time or your money

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PlayStation Store Update – Afterlife, Injection, Oninaki, Rad, Tokyo Chronos

There’s certainly a solid lineup of new digital titles on the PlayStation Store this week, including a pair of PlayStation VR releases, a new PS Vita title, and some interesting new PS4 content.

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Sony Interactive Entertainment acquires Insomniac Games

Insomniac officially joins Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios.

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Cherry Hunter joins the Streets of Rage 4 roster in a new Gamescom trailer

Streets of Rage 4 is making its way to Gamescom this week and based on the latest media, it’s looking pretty darn awesome.

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Blades of Time review for Nintendo Switch

A mediocre last-gen game gets re-released on the Switch. The result won’t surprise you.

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Activision planning to reveal new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare details at Gamescom

Just in time for the big Gamescom show next week, Activision has announced that they set to reveal something Call of Duty: Modern Warfare-related.

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Xbox Games Store Update – Train Sim World 2020, Gravity Duck, Ancestors Legacy

If you want a unique selection of new digital Xbox One titles to check out, you’re in luck.

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Trouserheart review for Nintendo Switch

If you like hacking and slashing your way through the same dungeon over and over again, Trouserheart…actually may make your question your preferences.

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