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Sick Stunts On Zelda: Breath Of The Wild’s New Motorcycle – Features

Original Source Link is Here The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s Champions’ Ballad DLC adds a motorcycle to the game. If that’s not a reason to try and pull off the sickest stunts in all of Hyrule, then what are we even doing here? To acquire the motorcyle, (A.K.A. the Master Cycle Zero) you must play through the new DLC in its entirety. It’s an impressive unlock for the game and it really …

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Hello Neighbor Review – IGN

Original Source Link is Here Share. Illogical puzzles are scarier than the dark secrets in this house of horrors. By TJ Hafer When I was a kid, I had a pair of creepy, reclusive neighbors who lived next door and greeted everyone with a sneer. My imagination spent a lot of time constructing what kind of weird stuff might actually be going on in their shuttered, suburban home – so the premise of Hello Neighbor …

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Opinion – The Brilliant Blunder Of Destiny 2’s Laser Tag Weekend – Features

Original Source Link is Here Curse of Osiris, the first expansion to Destiny 2, released last week. I’ve been playing a lot in the lead-up to writing a review, which I’m waiting to finalize until after the patch that goes live this week, an addition that promises to add significant features that should be factored into a full evaluation.  In the meantime, I’ve watched with great amusement the saga of the Prometheus Lens, the brand …

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Capcom Wants to Port Games to Switch That Were Previously Not Available on Nintendo Consoles

Original Source Link is Here Share. The console/portable hybrid is working for Capcom. By Brian Barnett Capcom is interested in bringing more ports to the Nintendo Switch, with a focus on games previously unavailable to Nintendo fans. Capcom CEO Kenzo Tsujimoto made the statement in a recent interview with The Nikkei, according to a Twitter post by Dr. Serkan Toto, CEO of Tokyo-based game industry consultancy firm, Kantan Games. In a new interview with The Nikkei, Capcom …

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The Sports Desk – The Issues Defining 2018 – Features

Original Source Link is Here 2018 is going to be a critical and interesting year for sports video games. We’re in the prime of this console generation, so are we going to see the best from the franchises or are companies on auto-pilot? Nobody knows for sure, but here are some key topics for the year that may show us where things are heading. MICROTRANSACTIONS  It’s a dirty word these days, but the truth is …

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Doki Doki Literature Club Hits 1 Million Downloads

Original Source Link is Here Share. A Literature Club a million strong. By Brian Barnett Doki Doki Literature Club has surpassed 1 million downloads. Dan Salvato, the founder of Doki Doki Literature Club (DDLC) developer Team Salvato, made the announcement, thanking the many media outlets and content creators who made the success possible. “It’s only just now I’ve realized that nothing I’ve ever done in my life has had greater reach and popularity than a romance …

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Designing Mega Man 11’s New Look – Features

Original Source Link is Here With Game Informer’s January cover story on Mega Man 11, we’re offering a deep dive on how Capcom is reviving the beloved blue bomber. One of the first priorities for the new team was to sketch out their new approach to Mega Man himself. While visiting Capcom’s headquarters in Osaka, we sat down with Mega Man 11’s art director Yuji Ishihara to talk about his history within the company and the …

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Kojima Explains Death Stranding Gameplay and Lore

Original Source Link is Here Share. Hideo Kojima on what happens when your character dies, “Timefall,” and that ubiquitous baby. By Marty Sliva “I’m trying to make something different. How to show that, how to have people see that, that’s something I’m trying to figure out.” As usual, Hideo Kojima was calm and collected as I spoke to him just hours after the newest look at Death Stranding at the 2017 Game Awards. I’ve spoken …

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Conan Exiles Official Release Date, Collector’s Edition Announced

Original Source Link is Here Share. Launching on May 8, 2018 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. By Alex Gilyadov Conan Exiles will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 8, 2018. Developer Funcom announced the multiplayer barbarian survival game will be leaving Steam Early Access and the Xbox One Game Preview program next year. The PC version will be priced at $39.99, while the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions …

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Out This Week: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on Xbox One, Yooka-Laylee on Switch

Original Source Link is Here Share. The year is nearly at its end, but major releases keep dropping across all platforms! By Lucas M. Thomas With so many new games and movies coming out, it can be hard to keep up. Lucky for you, IGN is here to help with a weekly round-up of the biggest releases each and every week. Check out the latest releases for this week, and be sure to come back …

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The Red Strings Club: The Opening Minutes of the Cyberpunk, Pixel-Art Adventure – IGN First

Original Source Link is Here Share. Pour me a glass of anxiety. By Ryan McCaffrey All month long we’re highlighting cool games that might not be on your radar, as part of IGN First: Games to Watch in 2018. Today’s game is The Red Strings Club, a pixel-art, cyberpunk adventure game in which you manipulate the emotions of the people you come in contact with. All you need to play is a mouse, but the …

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds: How Controls Will Work on an Xbox Pad

Original Source Link is Here Share. PUBG: How Will Controls Work on Xbox? By Matt Davidson Gamers excited for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ arrival on Xbox now have an idea of what to expect from the adaptation’s controls. The process of adapting the controls has been called a “challenge”, although Microsoft us confident it’s found the best balance. The entire control structure is intended to be as easy to use as possible whilst also allowing players maximum …

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Next Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Update to Add Classic Features

Original Source Link is Here Share. Series regular Rover might also show up soon. By Alex Gilyadov Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’s next update is adding some classic features next week. The official Animal Crossing Twitter account announced gardening will be added, allowing players to maintain their own garden patch on their campsite. Another classic series feature coming soon is the ability to craft specific clothing. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp update. Image via Twitter. A familiar …

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Detective Pikachu Game Could Finally See Western Release

Original Source Link is Here Share. The game launched in Japan over a year ago. By Alex Gilyadov The Detective Pikachu 3DS game might finally be released outside of Japan. According to Serebii.net, the game has been rated by the European rating board PEGI. Its current release date, December 31, 2020, is reportedly just a placeholder. Detective Pikachu launched for the 3DS over a year ago in Japan on February 3, 2016. “Detective Pikachu is …

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Win a Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront 2 PS4 Pro with Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition

Original Source Link is Here By IGN Staff The wait is nearly over – Star Wars: The Last Jedi is almost upon us! To celebrate its release this Thursday, December 14, we’re giving away a limited edition Star Wars Battlefront II PS4 Pro with an Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition of the game. Five runners-up will also receive an Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition on PS4. To win this great prize, all you need to do is follow …

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