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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Jan 14, 2020 at 20:40.

Might and Magic's 100-Player Auto Chess Spin-Off Comes Out Later This Month

Might and Magic's 100-Player Auto Chess Spin-Off Comes Out Later This Month

Ubisoft has crunched the numbers on all the hottest gaming trends of 2019 and is ready to roll out Might & Magic: Chess Royale, a mash up of battle royale and auto battler, on mobile and PC on January 30.

There’s not a ton of information on the publisher’s announcement page about the upcoming game, but we do know that unlike the Auto Chess games that blew up last year, each match of Might &...

Maddy Myers Maddy Myers Jan 08, 2020. 12 comments

Kentucky Route Zero Will Finally End (And Come To Switch) Later This Month

Kentucky Route Zero Will Finally End (And Come To Switch) Later This Month

Kentucky Route Zero, the beloved point-and-click adventure game that has been releasing in episodic increments since 2013, will put out its fifth and final act on January 28, 2020. The final act will appear as part of a complete edition of the game titled Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition, which will include all five acts and also the four brief interludes that were released between each act.

On...

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Zack Zwiezen Zack Zwiezen Dec 07, 2019. 5 comments

Kingdom Hearts III DLC ReMIND Is Coming To PS4 Next Month And Xbox One In February

Kingdom Hearts III DLC ReMIND Is Coming To PS4 Next Month And Xbox One In February

According to a delisted trailer on Square Enix’s YouTube page, the new Kingdom Hearts III DLC, ReMIND, is coming to PS4 on January 23, 2020, and then a little later it will be released on Xbox One, on February 25, 2020. The trailer has since been made private.

Before it was made private and unwatchable, fans and other sites were able to gather some new information about the ReMIND. This is an...

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Joshua Rivera Joshua Rivera Jun 21, 2019. 17 comments

Every Big Game Coming Out In Summer 2019

Every Big Game Coming Out In Summer 2019

Summer used to be pretty sleepy in the world of video games. It was mostly convenient: School is out, beaches are open, and there are dozens of reasons to venture out and get some time in the sun. You know what’s also great? Not going out, because it is, like Cole Porter said, too darn hot.

Good thing the summer games drought is a thing of the past these days. Look at all the stuff going on:...

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Zack Zwiezen Zack Zwiezen May 06, 2019. 13 comments

The Week In Games: Saint's Row On The Go

The Week In Games: Saint's Row On The Go

Saint’s Row The Third will soon be playable anywhere. That’s right, with Saint’s Row coming to the Switch this week fans will finally be able to use a dildo bat to beat people up while they wait for their bus to arrive. What a great future we live in.

Let’s have THAT debate about Saint’s Row. You know what I’m talking about. Which one is better: Saint’s Row 2 or The Third? I’ve long been a...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach May 03, 2019. 15 comments

Every Big Game Coming Out In Spring 2019

Every Big Game Coming Out In Spring 2019

At the start of spring, just for an instant, the Earth’s equator lines up perfectly with the center of the sun marking the first day of spring, at which point we are collectively thrust into another season chuck full of game releases.

“A walk on a spring morning is better than an eighty-mile ride in a hopped-up car,” wrote Ray Bradbury in his novel Dandelion Wine. “It’s full of flavors,...

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Mike Fahey Mike Fahey May 01, 2019. 24 comments

Valve's Index VR Headset Ships In June, Full Set Costs $1,000

Valve's Index VR Headset Ships In June, Full Set Costs $1,000

Following last month’s tease , today Valve officially announced the Valve Index, a “high-fidelity” virtual reality headset with impressive specs, cool new controllers and a $1,000 price tag.

The Valve Index headset features a pair of 1440x1600 RGB LCD displays running at 120Hz (with an experimental 144Hz mode.) It also has built-in stereo headphones that are off-the-ear, to provide a more...

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Heather Alexandra Heather Alexandra Feb 23, 2019. 22 comments

Anthem Has Me Wondering What A 'Release Date' Even Is Anymore

Anthem Has Me Wondering What A 'Release Date' Even Is Anymore

Anthem releases today—even though plenty of folks have been playing it since last week. As games continue to evolve through patches and players pay for early access to fully priced titles, I find myself asking oddly philosophical questions: When is a video game “finished,” and when are games actually “released”?

Let’s be real: Anthem had been available to play since Feb. 15 . If you were an...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Oct 23, 2018. 22 comments

Every Big Game Coming Out In Fall 2018

Every Big Game Coming Out In Fall 2018

Fall can feel like the worst season for a lot of reasons—school starts, the days grow short, people become obsessed with putting pumpkin in everything—but new video game releases is definitely not one of them.

If you enjoy big, expensive, blockbuster video games, especially sequels, this time of year has you covered. Assassins, cowboys, soldiers and apocalyptic scavengers are all headed our...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Oct 19, 2018. 15 comments

PS4 Exclusive Days Gone Delayed Again, Now To April

PS4 Exclusive Days Gone Delayed Again, Now To April

Days Gone is the first to flinch in the game release death race currently slated for February 22, 2018. Today, Sony announced the open world zombie game will be delayed again by two months so the studio can finish polishing it.

“We recently decided to move the release of Days Gone from the crowded February timeframe to April 26, 2019,” Sony said in a post over at the PlayStation Blog. “While...

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Mike Fahey Mike Fahey Oct 09, 2018. 22 comments

Borderlands 2 VR Coming To PlayStation 4 In December

Borderlands 2 VR Coming To PlayStation 4 In December

2K and Gearbox Software plan to bring Borderlands fans deeper into Pandora than every before on December 14, when a retooled version of Borderlands 2 launches on PlayStation VR. Who’s up for some cel shaded motion sickness?

More than just the original game with a new control scheme, Borderlands 2 VR has been significantly reworked in order to make it virtual reality friendly. A new game...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Aug 20, 2018. 22 comments

Nintendo Announces A Bunch Of Switch Indie Game News

Nintendo Announces A Bunch Of Switch Indie Game News

To kick off Gamescom, the biggest gaming convention in Europe, Nintendo announced a ton of news about indie games on Switch, including release dates, ports, and even some surprise releases for today. Slay the Spire, Children of Morta, and more are coming to Switch in the next several months, among many other announcements.

A lot of cool stuff was shown in a new 22-minute video Nintendo put out...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Jun 27, 2018. 16 comments

Every Big Game Coming Out In Summer 2018

Every Big Game Coming Out In Summer 2018

Summer is here. Time to chill by the pool, hang out in the park, or post up on the beach for a nice breezy afternoon. Whatever you do don’t stay home because there won’t be many games there, unless you have a Switch, which is getting a surge of ports.

I kid. Mostly. There are indeed games coming out over the next few months. Here are all of the biggest ones.

June 22

Mario Tennis Aces | Switch...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Mar 23, 2018. 23 comments

Every Big Game Coming Out In Spring 2018

Every Big Game Coming Out In Spring 2018

Spring is here, the perfect time to come out of that backlog hibernation and play some new video games. Here are the biggest ones coming out this season.

March 22

Ark Park |PSVR , Oculus, Vive, Windows Mixed Reality

March 23

A Way Out | PS4, Xbox One, PC

Detective Pikachu | 3DS

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom | PS4, PC

March 27

Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings ...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Mar 19, 2018. 5 comments

The Week In Games: Scribbling The Night Away

The Week In Games: Scribbling The Night Away

Scribblenauts Showdown looks like, uh, something.

There’s a range of stuff coming this week, including not only the newest Scribblenauts (developed this time by Shiver Entertainment, new Miami studio led by a former Zynga executive) and Final Fantasy XV on PC (as well as the Royal Edition with some new content for consoles). Otherwise it’s a quiet week, not counting Switch Thursdays (can we...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Feb 26, 2018. 10 comments

The Week In Games: Out Of The Frying Pan And Into The Breach

The Week In Games: Out Of The Frying Pan And <i>Into The Breach</i>

The long awaited follow-up to FTL: Faster Than Light arrives this week and the timing couldn’t be better.

Perfectly situated in the middle of an otherwise mostly quiet release week, Subset Games’ Into the Breach comes five and a half years after the studio’s first strategy outing. There are mechs, time travel and gigantic creatures breeding beneath the earth, pretty much everything I want in...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Feb 21, 2018. 16 comments

The Week In Games: A Time To Survive 

The Week In Games: A Time To Survive 

The first Metal Gear game since designer Hideo Kojima and publisher Konami split is imminent.

Breakups are always tough, but Death Stranding seems to be coming along nicely and I’m stoked to see how it shakes out in...2023? Meanwhile, Metal Gear Survive appears to be a perfectly timed pivot to the new games-as-service era between its microtransactions and always online requirement. Still, I’m...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Feb 13, 2018. 9 comments

The Week In Games: Colossi Get A Makeover 

The Week In Games: Colossi Get A Makeover 

It’s a credit to how far video games have come that there are now so many of them worth remaking and updating.

I’ve been skeptical of the Shadow of the Colossus remake since it was announced. Having replayed the original recently, I can say it still holds up, even if the controls are a mess. All of it adds to the general feeling of chaos. But the remake has managed to walk the line between...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Feb 12, 2018. 13 comments

The Week In Games: Back To The Dynasty Wars

The Week In Games: Back To The Dynasty Wars

Everyone’s favorite button-mashing historical figures are back.

The release of another Dynasty Warriors game might seem like an ordinary event. After all, there have been eight so far, and this upcoming one is only the ninth installment if you don’t count all of the offshoots, spin-offs, and re-issues. It is, however, the first Dynasty Warriors game to be made for current-gen hardware and the...

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Ethan Gach Ethan Gach Jan 30, 2018. 15 comments

The Week In Games: Final Fantasy Fighters Unite 

The Week In Games: <i>Final Fantasy</i> Fighters Unite 

Square Enix’s fighting game joins the mix this week but not much else.

There was a time when I would have bought anything I could get my hands on that sported the words “Final Fantasy.” Ten years ago the prospect of a Square fighting game that wasn’t Ehrgeiz would have made my jaw drop. And it did. The first Final Fantasy Dissidia came out in 2008. A decade later on consoles wedged in-between...

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