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Dragon Ball FighterZ is getting yet another version of Goku as a playable fighter, though this one is the form that people have been asking for and wondering about the most. Ultra Instinct Goku, the superpowered form the character reaches in Dragon Ball Super, is coming to the game. This was revealed from scans of the latest V-Jump magazine, and though we don’t have an exact release date for more
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Metro Redux will expose Nintendo Switch players to Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light on February 28, 2020. While Metro Exodus for PC, PS4 and Xbox One is all the rage nowadays, a recent PEGI listing unintentionally revealed the existence of a Metro Redux port for Nintendo Switch. While many would expect this announcement to come during something like a Nintendo Direct, 4A Games and Deep Silver more
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BioShock: The Collection for Nintendo Switch has appeared on the Taiwanese games rating board. Once, long ago, the generation-defining franchise, BioShock, was going to get a handheld entry on the PlayStation Vita. We were reassured multiple times that it was still coming but unfortunately, it never saw the light of day. But, today the hope of playing BioShock on the go is alive once more as more
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While the Universal Studios Japan Twitter account was expected to reveal new info regarding Super Nintendo World later tonight, it would seem news has leaked early from Universal's kick-off event. Universal has now officially confirmed that a ride based on Mario Kart will be available at the park! For years, Nintendo fans have wanted to see the game brought into the real world, and now Universal more
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Nintendo Switch sales have been pretty good for Nintendo, there’s no denying that. It may surprise you to learn, however, that it mostly hasn’t been keeping pace with Wii sales when you compare the two consoles side-by-side according to a new report. VGChartz is a website that tracks various charts for video games (if it wasn’t super evident from the name). Aside from regularly tracking more
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Epic Games is known for taking risks with its free to play Fortnite Battle Royale, like plunging everything into a black hole as an excuse to add a new map. However, the new Weapon Sidegrading feature – which is currently live – should be familiar to some battle royale fans. Check it out in the trailer below. Essentially there are Upgrade Stations to be found on the map. Depending on the more
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The most recent Pokemon Direct from Nintendo had a ton of information included in it despite the fact that it only lasted for 20 minutes. The biggest announcement, hands down, was that the franchise would be moving away from enhanced versions of mainline games; Pokemon Sword and Shield officially have Expansion Passes instead. And just like the rest of the Galar region, the new areas in the more
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Epic Games has announced the Icon Series for Fornite, and to kick it off the first creator to get a skin in-game is, of course, Ninja. It seems like a long time coming, but Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, best known for being arguably the biggest Fortnite content creator is finally an in-game skin. And yes, it has his iconic blue hair. For a good year or so, I’ve seen the streamers fans more
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It took a long time for Nintendo to embrace the concept of DLC, but it seems to be a staple of their titles in the Nintendo Switch era. If any of their games seems like the perfect fit for more content, it's Super Mario Maker 2. After all, no matter how much content Nintendo stuffs into these games, creators are always going to want more options to play with. Fortunately, it seems fans will have more
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Mario & Luigi could be making a return. As spotted by LetsGoDigital, Nintendo of America has filed a new trademark application for Mario & Luigi in South America. According to the application’s description, the Mario & Luigi trademark will be related to “computer game cartridges; game memory cards; computer game software; video game memory cards; interactive entertainment software to more
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