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A new game is coming to the Switch, and it can only be played while the console is in portable mode. Called Voez, the Japanese rhythm game has no button prompts and requires the players to use the touchscreen at all times. This means that players will only be able to use the game while the Switch is undocked—a first for the system. Before this, Nintendo had never confirmed whether or not ...read more
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In case you need any reminder of how much people love Minecraft and how successful it has been, today, Mojang and Microsoft announced that the series has sold 122 million copies, and has 55 million unique players. Let me repeat that: 122 million copies. That’s more than the total population of France and England combined, and roughly 22 million more than the total number of Wii’s sold, and ...read more
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Today, Nintendo released a new Switch video that serves as a first time setup video. The video runs at 1 minute and 41 seconds and is pretty standard in terms of how these type of videos usually go. If you plan on picking up Nintendo’s upcoming console, you may want to bookmark this page for future use. The Switch is set to release March 3, 2017 for $299.99 USD. Below, you can check out ...read more
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Recently, Oculus, a company Facebook acquired for $2 billion almost three years ago, has turned out to be more trouble than it’s worth. Oculus lost a major lawsuit worth half a billion dollars to video game publisher ZeniMax, owner of Fallout and Skyrim developer Bethesda Softworks, with the court ruling that Oculus had used copyrighted ZeniMax technology without permission, holding the company ...read more
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While a few people may be concerned with the fact that, at least on the face of it, the Xbox One doesn’t have a lot of exclusive content coming its way in the foreseeable future, it seems like there are still plenty of games coming out for it soon. Chris Charla, who is the head of Microsoft’s indie games program [email protected], says that there are more than a thousand games that are currently in ...read more
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Switch drops its launch gem with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Horizon Zero Dawn arrives to quiet the PlayStation massive. It’s a big week. There’s a lot happening this week, starting with a new hardware launch – the Switch arrives on Friday. It brings with it The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which earned a perfect Edge review score, and that may be all it needs. ...read more
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Sony will not release new hardware in an effort to counter Microsoft’s impending Xbox Scorpio, Wedbush Morgan’s Michael Pachter has said. Speaking during the latest episode of Pachter Factor, the ubiquitous industry analyst said that there’s no need to respond to the Scorpio from Sony’s point of view, as the company already has the PS4 Pro out and that Scorpio is essentially to Xbox ...read more
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Today Koei Tecmo announced with a press release that its recently-released Team Ninja-developed action RPG NiOh surpassed one million shipments. To be more precise, the number includes physical copies shipped and digital downloads worldwide, and it was achieved in two week’s from the game’s launch. As a “thank you” to the gamers that made the achievement possible, Koei Tecmo ...read more
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Content from Battlefield 1‘s They Shall Not Pass expansion is currently testable in the game’s Community Test Environment, and players have seemingly uncovered an undead secret in one of the maps. On the new Fort Vaux map, something monstrous can be heard screaming just out of sight. The screams sound very reminiscent of zombie screams from other popular entertainment properties like The ...read more
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Xbox achievements are getting a new update today, allowing users to view certain stats with “decimal-level precision.” Essentially, when you’re on Xbox Live and checking out what percentage of gamers have unlocked an achievement, you’ll now see that number displayed out to two decimals. That’s pretty neat. If you’re playing a game with a tiny audience, it’s possible that you ...read more
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