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A merchandise bag from Super Nintendo World in Universal Studios Japan features a cameo from an unexpected Nintendo character: a red Pikmin! Despite the name of the attraction, Super Nintendo World focuses predominantly on characters from the Super Mario family, as opposed to franchises like Star Fox, Animal Crossing, or Metroid. The Pikmin’s appearance here
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When Electronic Arts surprise announced Star Wars: Squadrons just four months before its release, the video game publisher tried to keep expectations low. EA priced the flight combat game at a modest $39.99 and said not to expect any post-launch content. But any concern that those tempered expectations were a poor reflection on the game’s
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Microsoft started the week with a bang. Just a day before the Xbox Series X will be available to pre-order, Xbox head Phil Spencer revealed that the company acquired Bethesda Softworks through the purchase of its parent company Zenimax Media. That means Xbox now owns beloved properties including Elder Scrolls, Fallout, and DOOM, as well as
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Developers Superbrothers A/V Inc. and Pine Scented Software Ltd. have announced that Jett: The Far Shore has been pushed back to 2021. It seems that the game isn’t quite where the developers would like it to be, so it will now release sometime next year. Jett: The Far Shore made its debut during the PS5
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Yesterday afternoon the UK-based Gamescom conference held its Opening Night event. As host Geoff Keighley himself warned viewers, the event didn’t include any major announcements, largely limited to updates about previously revealed titles. Still, the event did reveal some interesting new details about some of the industry’s most anticipated games, at least when it wasn’t
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Almost a year its existence was all-but-confirmed, Warner Bros Montreal revealed Gotham Knights, its video game inspired by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s Batman: Court of Owls storyline, during the DC FanDome event. Warner Bros Montreal’s previous title, Batman: Arkham Origins, was a prequel to Rockstar Game’s Arkham trilogy. Gotham Knights, however, takes place after
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Rockstar confirmed earlier this month that its long-awaited follow-up to its Arkham trilogy was a game starring Suicide Squad, but details were scarce when it was revealed over social media. The studio’s DC FanDome presentation shed a lot more light on the story and gameplay fans will experience in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. Rocksteady shared
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After years of rumors about the next title from Rocksteady Studios, the developer behind the acclaimed Batman Arkham titles, the video game studio finally confirmed over social media that its next title is Suicide Squad, the team of supervillains popularized by the surprisingly successful 2016 film starring Margot Robbie, Jared Leto, and Will Smith directed by
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Nintendo fans looking forward to Super Nintendo World‘s 2023 opening at Universal Studios Orlando will have a longer wait than previously anticipated. During Comcast’s Second Quarter 2020 Earnings Conference Call, the company announced that construction has been postponed indefinitely on the “Epic Universe” section of the park. Super Nintendo World will be part of that
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Following Sony’s very impressive PlayStation 5 reveal event, Microsoft needed to really dazzle audiences with today’s Xbox Game Showcase. It’s up for debate if the company met those quite lofty expectations, but the event certainly excited fans of Xbox. The event was a string of game debuts from Xbox Game Studios, including long-awaited Halo Infinite
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-Advertisement- Following last week’s reveal of New Pokemon Snap, the Pokémon YouTube channel shared a first look at Pokémon Unite. The video describes the new title as “the first strategic team-based Pokémon battle game.” In other words, it’s a MOBA, not unlike popular games like League of Legends and Dota. Pokémon Unite is a free-to-start title for
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-Advertisement- In what must be one of history’s highest ranking SEO titles, Nintendo revealed New Pokémon Snap, a new game headed for the Switch … sometime. The short trailer rolled Wednesday morning during the publisher’s Pokémon Direct, containing other industry innovations like the toothbrushing app Pokémon Smile. That’s right, Trainers—#PokemonSnapIsBack! #NewPokemonSnap is an all-new adventure
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