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Avengers: Endgame Returning to Theaters With Post-Credit Extras

Added: 19.06.2019 15:04 | 0 views | 0 comments

"After the credits, there’ll be a deleted scene, a little tribute, and a few surprises."


Xbox E3 Recap Part 2 (Avengers, 12 Minutes and More!) - Unlocked 398

Added: 18.06.2019 22:05 | 0 views | 0 comments

Our Xbox E3 recap continues! After discussing our lukewarm reactions to Marvel's Avengers game, we analyze the rest of the Xbox E3 press conference that we didn't cover last week. That includes Bleeding Edge, Ori 2, Minecraft Dungeons, Gears 5, Blair Witch, Battletoads, the Series 2 Xbox Elite controller, and more!


Hands On: Empire Of Sin Is A Complex Crime Caper Created By Video Game Royalty

Added: 17.06.2019 16:00 | 1 views | 0 comments

"Prohibition strategy" is a genre now.
During one of our E3 appointments, we sat in a tiny, packed room to observe a 20-minute gameplay demo for , the upcoming 1920s-themed strategy game slated to release Spring 2020. Surrounding us were no fewer than five developers, including John Romero, famed creator of the original DOOM and Quake series, just to name a few.
After the demo was complete, we were desperate to ask one particular question. We needed answers. We blurted it out as soon as we were able.
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Guide: The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 - Everything We Know So Far

Added: 17.06.2019 11:30 | 0 views | 0 comments

We collect every shred of information on the upcoming Zelda sequel.
It was bittersweet to polish off and give Calamity Ganon what-for in the final battle of . After such a wonderful, rich journey it was finally time to bid farewell to Link, Zelda and the largest, most expansive iteration of Hyrule we’d ever visited.
Of course, we returned to devour the DLC and burn across the kingdom on our motorcycle while vacuuming up several hundred Korok seeds, but then began the wait for the next 'proper' Zelda game. Sure, and the remake will help tide us over, but there’s nothing quite like a full-fat Zelda experience, and that’s what Nintendo teased with its reveal at the end of the .
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Eiji Aonuma Still Excited To Collaborate With Shigeru Miyamoto After Many Years

Added: 16.06.2019 4:30 | 1 views | 0 comments

Who wouldn't be?
Earlier this week at E3 2019, Game Informer spoke to series producer Eiji Aonuma and was asked about what it was like to work with other Nintendo producers such as Takashi Tezuka (responsible for ) and the one and only Shigeru Miyamoto.
Teaming up with such famous faces within the video game industry, isn't something he necessarily thinks about, but the idea of "collaborating" with Miyamoto does make him chuckle:
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Is There a Men in Black: International After Credits Scene?

Added: 14.06.2019 6:03 | 2 views | 0 comments

Does Men in Black: International have a post credits scene? Get your Neuralyzer ready and find out...

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Marvel's Avengers Will Not Change Designs After Fan Criticism

Added: 13.06.2019 23:38 | 3 views | 0 comments

Despite fan backlash, the character designs of Marvel's Avengers will not be changed by the developer.


Competitive Multiplayer Will Come To DAEMON X MACHINA Post-Launch

Added: 13.06.2019 13:00 | 1 views | 0 comments

Mech-on-Mech action arriving sometime after 13th September.
After receiving earlier in the year, has been confirmed to arrive on Switch on 13th September. The game's director Kenichiro Tsukuda has also confirmed that in addition to launching with 4-player co-op missions, the game will also be getting a post-launch update with competitive multiplayer modes.
The information was delivered during the Treehouse livestream and the Nintendo of America Twitter account tweeted the information again for those who might have missed it:
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Indie Developer Shares "Bad News" About Publishing On Switch, After Pitching His Game To Nintendo

Added: 13.06.2019 2:30 | 2 views | 0 comments

"Very disappointing and frustrating".
Do you know an individual who happens to be working on a small-scale video game and aspires to one day publish it on the Nintendo Switch eShop? Well, the above video might be of interest. It has been uploaded by an up-and-coming named Adam Ashbaker and talks about what is supposedly "bad news" linked to Nintendo.
So, what's going on? Ashbaker explains how his plans to publish his game SpikeBlade went pear-shaped when he encountered an issue with the iOS version of the game. He made the decision to scrap development for this platform and focus on the definitive Switch release. Unfortunately, the situation didn't get any better when he received an email from Nintendo at the start of June, after trying to pitch and submit his game for the hybrid platform to Kirk Scott (self-described as the Nindie guy), or more formally known as Nintendo's manager of publisher and developer relations. Here it is:
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