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THE KING OF KONG: A FISTFUL OF QUARTERS BEING ADAPTED INTO A MUSICAL

– being adapted into stage musical by original director Seth Gordon “Yeah, some scripts have been written – we’re actually working on a musical right now, which is pretty great. I think it lends itself to that – there’s such a melodrama, and so many of the characters are actually musicians, and the music of […]

NINTENDO HAS OVER 5,100 EMPLOYEES

Fun Fact: Nintendo now has 5,166 employees as of March 31st 2017. That’s a lot of Uncles! pic.twitter.com/PeHcOadqXS — Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) April 27, 2017 As you can see, the height of total employees came back in 2014. If you look at Nintendo’s number now and see how it’s been growing, Nintendo could see its […]

Rime Review

Rime feels a bit like someone telling you the only way you can see the Mona Lisa is by first having to unlock a heavy safe–the painting is beautiful, but my god, why did you make seeing it so bloody difficult? Although Rime looks and sounds gorgeous, its visual splendor is locked behind frustrating, shallow puzzles […]

Giveaway: NHL 18 Closed Beta Codes (PS4)

Update: All 2,000 codes have been claimed and sent out via email! Original: We have 2,000 PS4 codes for the NHL 18 Closed Beta to give away. This is an instant win and you will receive an email with the code within 24 hours. These codes are region locked to North America ONLY. Scroll down below to grab your code. […]

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Dead Rising 4 Review

Since its debut a decade ago, Dead Rising has continuously evolved with each new game. It’s changed settings and protagonists, added crafting and vehicles, abandoned escort missions and limited saves. In spite of all these changes, however, the core gameplay always remained intact: grab whatever’s handy to kill and maim droves of zombies in a huge variety […]

Steep Review

Mountains are far from uncommon in open-world exploration games, but even in the most impressive ones, they’re normally little more than pretty white fences encircling a greener playfield. Steep reverses this concept with some success. Here, it’s the valleys and green spots of the world that trigger the invisible walls and the mighty Alps that […]

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Review

We didn’t know it at the time, but Resident Evil 4 was the beginning of the end. Though in many ways the series’ best game, it also signaled the start of Resident Evil’s transformation from survival-horror into something far scarier: forgettable, derivative action. By contrast, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard has been heralded as a return to form–a classic, uncompromising […]

All The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games

[Updated July 25 with three more games] The Xbox One’s backwards compatibility feature, introduced in November 2015, lets you play Xbox 360 games on the new console. But what games are available? We’ve now rounded them all up–and we’ll continue to update this post as new games are made available. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Lineup (As of July 26, 2017): […]

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Overwatch Will Start Punishing “Bad Behavior” More Harshly

Like many other online games, a match of Overwatch can be severely impacted by players who go idle, harass others, or otherwise exhibit what Blizzard broadly labels as “bad behavior.” Because of that, the developer has announced plans to more severely punish those who would ruin the experience for others. “We believe that our in-game reporting and […]

Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds New Maps Are Still Months From Release; Here’s Why

The map in Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds isn’t like the ones in other shooters. It’s a massive, sprawling arena that has several towns, dozens of buildings, terrain features, and even a tunnel system. Developer Bluehole is currently working on two new maps to add to the game, but given this size and complexity, they’re still several months from release. In an […]

Destiny 2’s Pre-order Bonus Is An Exotic Weapon

Exotic items are the most desirable in Destiny–players will spend countless hours attempting to hunt them down. So it’s perhaps a bit cruel–but certainly effective–that Activision is now offering up a guaranteed Exotic weapon in exchange for a Destiny 2 pre-order. As featured in the trailer above, anyone who pre-orders the upcoming Bungie shooter will get their hands […]

Fortnite Will Be Free Next Year, But It’s Selling A Lot In The Meantime

Fortnite is scheduled to launch in full sometime next year as a free-to-play game, and it was recently released in Early Access on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. However, it’s currently only playable if you purchase a paid version of the game. In spite of the fact that it’ll be free next year, Fortnite has already sold a lot of copies. […]

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CHICAGO CUBS SHORTSTOP HAS PLAYERS ON OTHER TEAMS SIGN HIS POKEMON CARDS

Chicago Cubs shortstop Addison Russell is a unique Pokemon fan. His collection of Pokemon cards is unlike any other. He’s started a tradition of getting players on other baseball teams to sign some of his cards. He even tries to match up players with cards that make sense for their real-life strengths. One day Russell’s […]

POKÉMON TCG – ALTERNATE CARDS DETAILS

– from the Mega Powers collection, various cards will now have an A symbol – this denotes when a card has had an alternate print – this will stop the cards from being rotated out of play due to having a reprint – due to this, a card will keep the original set icon, as […]

NINTENDO FILES NEW TRADEMARK FOR BOWSER

In Japan, Nintendo has filed a trademark for Koopa, which we know as Bowser in the rest of the world. The trademark includes mentions of ‘Program for home video game console etc’ and for ‘Clothing etc’. What Nintendo actually plans to do with this trademark remains to be seen. Related posts: Nintendo’s Black Friday eShop […]

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ARMS GLOBAL TESTPUNCH LISTING NOW STATES 7 CHARACTERS WILL BE PLAYABLE

We heard it was 7, then we saw a listing for 10, and now the info is back to 7. Nintendo has updated their eShop listing for the ARMS Global Testpunch, and it now states that 7 characters will be playable. It seems the mention of 10 people was an error. No related posts.

SEGA LOOKS BACK ON HOW ANYTHING WOULD SELL ON WII REGARDLESS OF QUALITY, TALK SUCCESS OF MARIO & SONIC SERIES

“The Wii platform, ten years ago, was so successful and anything you launched on it was selling. Even with some lesser qualitative stuff, you were able to be successful. But that was all changing and you could only sell quality products. We had Mario & Sonic back in those days, and that game was selling […]

GAMESTOP – “NOT EVEN CLOSE” TO CATCHING UP WITH SWITCH DEMAND AT THIS POINT

“We are all veterans of the Wii launch. The fact that this is ahead of the Wii launch is significant.” The following comes from GameStop company chief, Tony Bartel… “Literally we have the product sold before they hit our warehouse. But we haven’t seen supply even come close to catching demand at this point. The […]