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Factor 5 President Would Love to See Star Wars Rogue Leaders: Rogue Squadron on Nintendo Switch

Original Source Link is Here Share. “The models still hold up.” By Seth G. Macy Star Wars Rogue Squadron: Rogue Leaders for Wii never saw release, but that doesn’t mean the game is gone and forgotten. In fact, Factor 5 president Julian Eggebrecht told us he’d be thrilled to see the game come to Nintendo Switch. The original game was a compilation featuring modified versions of Star Wars Rogue Squadron: Rogue Leader and Star Wars Rogue …

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Funny To A Point – The Dreaded Question: Vol. II – Features

Original Source Link is Here A little over a year ago (good lord, has this column lasted that long?), I shared what has become something of a tradition in my house when it comes to video games: My wife sees me playing a new game, asks me what it’s about, and then I spend a few minutes bumbling my way through a plot summary that I don’t fully understand myself because my brain stops working …

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Super Mario Odyssey Crossover Comes to Mario Run

Original Source Link is Here Share. Get your wedding Mario statue today! By Alex Osborn Super Mario Run players can now enjoy Super Mario Odyssey-themed content as part of a new crossover promotion by Nintendo. “A Super Mario Run + Super Mario Odyssey crossover is here! Log in before 11pm PT on 11/14 to get the Mario (Wedding) Statue as a in-game gift,” Nintendo of America announced in post on Twitter. Via Nintendo of America …

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Nintendo Reportedly Upping Switch Production to 25-30 Million Units in 2018

Original Source Link is Here Share. Plan is still in the early stages. By Brian Barnett Nintendo is reportedly planning to make between 25 and 30 million Switch consoles in 2018. Beginning in April, the start of the next fiscal year, Nintendo will significantly ramp up production of the popular handheld/console hybrid, and has already informed some of its business partners, according to The Wall Street Journal. The plan is still in its early stages, …

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10 Original Xbox Games We Want Backward Compatible

Original Source Link is Here Share. From Red Dead Revolver to Jade Empire, here are the OG Xbox games we’d love to see return. By Alanah Pearce This year, Microsoft announced that the Xbox One and Xbox One X are now compatible with original Xbox games, not just Xbox 360 ones. Thirteen games have been announced for the program, including fan-favourites like Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Ninja Gaiden: Black, but it …

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9 Unforgettable Star Wars Moments in Games

Original Source Link is Here Share. Here are the moments that stuck with us from a galaxy far, far away. By IGN Staff For the past 40 years, we’ve played through dozens upon dozens of awesome Star Wars games. Spanning across every genre imaginable, they’ve allowed us to live the fantasy of going on adventures in a galaxy far, far away. Here are some of the moments from Star Wars video games that we’ll never …

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Opinion – The New Star Wars Trilogy Shouldn’t Be Set In The Old Republic – Features

Original Source Link is Here Rian Johnson is developing a new trilogy of Star Wars movies. We don’t know anything about them yet – not the era, characters, focus, nothing. All we know is they are “separate from the Skywalker saga,” and will “introduce new characters from a corner of the galaxy that Star Wars lore has never before explored.” With practically nothing to go on, Star Wars fans are having a field day with …

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Every Ever Takes a Look Back at the History of Star Wars Games

Original Source Link is Here Share. Chronicling the history games set in a galaxy far, far away. By Alex Osborn Welcome back to our encyclopedic series Every Ever, where we take a deep dive into the most iconic titles, characters, and series in all of gaming, and break them down with expert analysis. If you’re looking to learn more about your favorite franchises, consoles, and the history behind them, you’ve come to the right place. In anticipation for …

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IGN UK Podcast #408: Drinking in LA (Noire)

Original Source Link is Here Share. Murder, pointing the finger and nice hats are the top talking points on this week’s podcast. By IGN Staff Krupa, Gav and Alex walked the streets of 1940s Los Angeles when they played LA Noire in VR and on Switch, and it’s no surprise Mad Men gets a mention. Elsewhere, the gang talk about Blizzcon and London’s Justice League experience, plus get ready for one of the most shambolic …

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Doom for Switch Review – IGN

Original Source Link is Here Share. Whatever ritual sacrifices had to be performed to fit Doom on Switch were worth it. By Filip Miucin There’s something very special about Doom’s kinetic run-and-gun style that works really well for quick pick-up-and-play gaming sessions. On Switch, it’s a technical achievement for portable console gaming and an outstanding game in its own right. Doom’s concept may seem a little simple: you shoot, hack, and stomp interdimensional demons before …

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Why We Think EA Bought Titanfall Developer Respawn

Original Source Link is Here Share. How could $455 million be a bargain for EA? We think we have an idea. By Ryan McCaffrey Following today’s announcement that EA purchased Titanfall developer Respawn in a deal that could be worth up to $455 million, the second reaction was, “What’s in it for each party?” (the first reaction was, “Whoa!”). In the video above, IGN’s Daemon Hatfield and I discuss the reasons why EA might have …

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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series, Episode 5: Don’t Stop Believin’ Review

Original Source Link is Here Share. A shaky finish that still manages to cap off an emotionally satisfying story. By TJ Hafer It’s unfortunate that the capstone episode to Telltale’s overall great Guardians adaptation ended up being one of the most inconsistent. It feels like half of an epic finale in too big of a box, surrounded by those foam packing peanuts that you’re just going to throw away. The emotional high notes in Episode …

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Here’s Where To Find Zelda: Breath Of The Wild’s Free Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Clothing – Features

Original Source Link is Here Today, an update for the The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild added free DLC that adds Xenoblade Chronicles 2 clothing to the game. It’s a cool crossover, especially considering Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s developer, Monolith, lent a hand to the development of Breath of the Wild. Here’s how to find the add-on. The first step, and arguably the most important, is to make sure the game is up to …

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MachineGames Opens Up About The Big Scene In Wolfenstein II Featuring You Know Who – Features

Original Source Link is Here There’s a lot of zany, memorable stuff that happens in Wolfenstein II. However, one scene probably towers above the rest of them in dramatic effect as well as absurdity. If you haven’t played the campaign and you don’t want to be spoiled on what happens, now is the time to leave. A little more than halfway through the game, B.J. finds himself on the planet Venus, trying out in disguise …

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EA Buys Titanfall Developer Respawn

Original Source Link is Here Share. EA will pay $151 million up front. By Seth G. Macy Respawn Entertainment, the studio behind the Titanfall franchise, is being bought by EA. EA announced the acquisition today, saying the move “builds on a successful publishing partnership” already in place between the two companies. Both companies are already working together on several projects, including a VR game, a Star Wars game, and “a new title in the Titanfall franchise.” This …

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