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The Year In JRPGs, 2017

From Tales to Dragon Quest to a brand flippin’ new Persona, this has been a stellar year for Japanese role-playing games. We’ve come a long way from the dark days of, like, 2012. Perhaps this year’s biggest news for anyone who cares even the slightest about JRPGs is the success of Nintendo’s Switch. For nearly a decade, as Japanese gamers […]

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Shadowverse – Global collaboration with Fate/stay night movie announced

Japanese game developer Cygames recently announced a collaboration with the anime and music production company Aniplex that will see characters from Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel appear in Shadowverse, its hit digital card game. Shadowverse is currently available on PC via Steam, on the App Store for iPhone and iPad, and on Google Play for Android […]

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Secret World Legends – Go beyond the wall in new Tokyo update

Last month, Funcom introduced the first part of the massive Tokyo storyline to Secret World Legends. Today, the adventure continues in Tokyo: Beyond the Wall, moving players even deeper into the apocalyptic city in search of answers. New areas include the Kaidan Docks, to the “Dream Hotel” which holds vast secrets. The final Tokyo update will […]

Why 4K isn’t enough: The case for higher resolutions

Sword Art Online: Integral Factor – New mobile MMORPG revealed

Tokyo Game Show is still ongoing, and Bandai Namco announced a new mobile MMORPG, Sword Art Online: Integral Factor. The game takes place during the original Sword Art Online storyline, where players assume the role of one of the 10,000 trapped in the VR world until all 100 levels of Aincrad is cleared. It was not mentioned […]

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Black Desert Mobile – Pearl Abyss reveals debut game trailer

Developer Motiga and publisher Perfect World today announced the arrival of the “Corruption” update for the Free-to-Play team-based shooter, Gigantic! Now live, “Corruption” is the first major update since launch, and introduces the mischievous new hero, Oru. The update also includes Custom Lobbies and the ability to set a Push-to-Talk key for the in-game voice chat. […]

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Valve – Dota 2 and Steam developer might sue Mobile Legends studio

Following the news about League of Legends developer Riot Games suing Shanghai Moontoon Technology, the developer of Mobile Legends, another potential lawsuit is coming the China studio’s way. According to reports, Vavle, the creator of Dota 2 and the Steam platform, might sue Moontoon Technology for copyright infringement by replicating the character, Mirana. The character in question is […]

Why 4K isn’t enough: The case for higher resolutions

NHL 18 PRODUCER WON’T GIVE SWITCH VERSION A “HARD NO”, BUT IT ISN’T ON THE RADAR RIGHT NOW

Coming from Clement Kwong, a Producer of NHL 18… “While we always continue to assess opportunities, so it’s not to say that’s a hard no, it’s not on our radar at this time.” I know these guys work for big-name companies and have to fall in line when it comes to how they speak, but […]

Why 4K isn’t enough: The case for higher resolutions