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Big budget games should continue to provide value for money in terms of the amount of content they offer, the director of Square Enix’s Outriders has said. Bartosz Kmita, the creative director behind Outriders at developer People Can Fly, was responding to comments made by former PlayStation US boss Shawn Layden, who suggested last month that AAA games may need to become shorter on the next more
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The PC modding community is continuing to add improvements to the Super Mario 64 PC port. Since the unofficial port’s release in May, fans have improved the game’s graphics with a new modern Mario model, improved the game’s textures via AI upscaling and added an alternative set of textures created by hand. Mario 64 PC’s latest improvement is a 60fps patch, which adjusts all of the more
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Three community made maps will be the first available when Skater XL launches in July I know we’re all still getting over the hype of the next Skate title, but it’d be obnoxious of us to ignore the games that have tried to fill that spot. One of those titles is SkaterXL, which has been out in early access for a while now – since December of 2018 – and in that time, it’s grown quite a more
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Nintendo has confirmed the bad news that we first heard through the rumor mill earlier this year: there are no plans for any Directs at this point. And it sounds like this won't be changing anytime soon. The news comes way of Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa, who discussed the marketing format with investors during a recent Q&A session. Furukawa noted that while Directs are "incredibly" more
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Nintendo has apologized for issues plaguing the Nintendo Switch's Joy-Con controllers. More specifically, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa apologized during a recent investor Q&A but refrained from getting into any further details due to the class-action lawsuit filed last year. In case you're somehow not aware, a fairly common complaint about the Switch's proprietary controllers is the more
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Nintendo fans looking to visit Super Nintendo World won’t get their wishes anytime soon. Super Nintendo World, Universal Studios Japan’s park dedicated to all things Nintendo, has nearly finished construction. Unfortunately, it’s going to be a while before visitors are allowed into it. According to a report from NHK, the park’s opening date has been delayed indefinitely. It was more
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The beginning of the end for Save the World? Fortnite: Save the World, the PVE arm of the incredibly popular Fortnite brand is leaving early access. Announced today by Epic Games, the team-based game will have its Early Access label removed, but rather that going Free-To-Play will be remaining as what they call a “premium experience”. Epic also announced that development for the game will more
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Parts of Pokemon Sword and Shield's next DLC have leaked thanks to a series of datamines. Earlier this month, the Pokemon Company released the Isle of Armor DLC for Pokemon Sword and Shield, marking the first time that a Pokemon game has ever added DLC content after its release. However, fans are already looking forward to the next DLC - the Crown Tundra - which will be released later this year. more
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Shakedown: Hawaii might be the last Wii game ever to release since Ubisoft said they will stop making Just Dance on the now retro console. Well, this is something I did not expect to write about this beautiful Saturday morning. Shakedown: Hawaii is coming to the Wii, Wii U, and Steam later this summer. Both of the versions will include all currently released content and updates, including more
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Shuntaro Furukawa, current President of Nintendo Japan, mentioned Nintendo Switch production will go back to normal starting now. Nintendo, whose factories in China were stopped due to the covid-19 pandemic, mentioned Nintendo Switch production will be going back to normal soon. Nikkei reported that Nintendo held a shareholders meeting at its headquarters in Kyoto on June 26. Shuntaro more
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