Fell Seal Arbiter's Mark Overview

Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark: Overview

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Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is a tactical RPG in the spirit of the Japanese classics of the genre: Final Fantasy Tactics and Tactics Ogre. The debut project of 6 Eyes Studio, consisting of exactly two people – both, of course, fans of Japanese and role-playing games in general, and previously worked in the studio, which released Black Sigil: Blade of the Exiled on [….]

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Rage 2 has acquired a support plan for 2019

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Until the release of Rage 2 is a few days. If you have already managed to fork out for pre-order, or you know for sure that you will take the game after release, then you will most likely be interested in the plans of Avalanche Studios and id Software to support the shooter: Bethesda Softworks presented a roadmap for 2019! May Starting with the [….]

FORTNITE REVIEW: “CONTINUED TO EVOLVE AND FIGHT TO BE ONE OF THE BEST BATTLE ROYALE GAMES”

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Since late 2017, Fortnite has quickly grown to be the most popular game in the world. Despite competition from the likes of PUBG, and more recently Apex Legends, Fortnite’s still reaching highs of 10.7 million concurrent players during its unique live events, and with over 200 million registered players as of November last year, Fortnite is undoubtedly unbeatable [….]

What is the least bad videogame movie?

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Castlevania was a TV show and doesn’t count, sorry. So we’re on the same page, “least bad” is just a funnier way of saying most good. And some videogame movies have to be the most good, comparatively speaking. We recently saw the trailer for Doom: Annihilation, which brought this topic to mind. It doesn’t look super promising, but [….]

Google Earth’s free game lets you track down Carmen Sandiego

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Carmen Sandiego is up to her thieving tricks again, but this time she’s taken to running about on Google Earth and it’s your job to track her down in the free browser game, Where on Google Earth is Carmen Sandiego? The free game is a delightful throwback to the Where in the World is Carmen [….]

The Outer Worlds – Release date, price, gameplay and everything you need to know

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The Outer Worlds release date has leaked, and more… The Outer Worlds is what happens when the creators of Fallout join the developers of Fallout: New Vegas, and make a sweet love child that’s one part looter shooter, two parts RPG. Obsidian Entertainment’s upcoming new IP is especially tempting following the… underwhelming release of Fallout [….]

Most exciting Disney movie releases of 2019 and beyond

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From Aladdin to The Lion King, there are plenty of new Disney movies to get excited about this year and beyond It’s not an understatement to say that there are a tonne of new Disney movies coming out over the next 18 months or so, and it’s not hard to see why. Live-action remakes like Cinderella, Mary [….]

The Division 2 review: “I’m already loving The Division 2 more than Anthem”

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Day One – The Division 2 manages to hide the grind behind seriously compelling gameplay I’m already enjoying The Division 2 more than Anthem. I’ve spent more than 70 hours with Anthem, but even after a day with The Division 2, it’s clear that there’s so much more to do in Ubisoft’s latest open world. Yes, Anthem probably [….]

Dead Space co-creator would be thrilled to make a new one (it’d still have co-op)

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“I think Dead Space wouldn’t take on a different look, but it would take on a different way of playing it, slightly.” The clamor for a new Dead Space isn’t quite Skate 4 level yet, but it’s getting there. Now you can add Glen Schofield to the list of people who would love to see it happen. Schofield left [….]

Capcom has quietly made a grand comeback and it’s huge

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With Devil May Cry 5 and Resident Evil 2 Remake, the publisher has already put out two GOTY contenders in 2019. At the start of the last console generation, a trend emerged of Japanese publishers getting Western developers to make new entries based on their biggest properties. It wasn’t just Capcom that did this—Konami tried [….]