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Rune Factory 5 Scheduled To Arrive In 2020 On Nintendo Switch

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The waiting game.
Around the halfway mark of the recent Nintendo Direct presentation, it was revealed the Rune Factory franchise was making a return. This brief segment included the announcement of , arriving later this year on the Switch, and Rune Factory 5 - with formation about this new entry to be revealed soon.
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Crackdown 3 Review: We Deserved More | Nerd Much

Added: 17.02.2019 11:07 | 0 views | 0 comments

Nerd Much: We deserve better than this - that's the gist of our Crackdown 3 review. Read on to see why it's ultimately a failed venture.

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Switch Stretch Goal Announced For SNES Style RPG Chained Echoes

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Mechs and airships, what more could you want?
German-based game developer Matthias Linda is hoping to release his SNES style RPG Chained Echoes on the Nintendo Switch. This game has been in development for two and half years and is inspired by fantasy titles of the '90s, taking place in a 16-bit world where dragons are as common as piloted mechanical suits.
Like all good JRPG, you'll take control of a group of heroes who must bring peace to a continent where war has been waged for generations. The game combines the simplicity of retro games with more modern design principles to offer a fast-paced adventure. Other than this, players can expect 20-25 hours of play time, no random encounters (as enemies can be seen around the game world), tons of items to be looted, stolen or crafted, a complex skill and equipment system, the ability to customise your own airship and music inspired by games from the PSX era.
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Studio Head Of PlatinumGames Talks About Astral Chain In Official Blog Post

Added: 17.02.2019 6:30 | 0 views | 0 comments


Due out this August.
One of the of the recent February Direct was . While we were all led to believe PlatinumGames was on , it turns out the team has also been developing this brand-new futuristic IP for quite some time now.
Following the reveal of this action game set in a cyberpunk metropolis, Studio Head Atsushi Inaba published the following message on the official PlatinumGames Inc. blog page, explaining who is developing it and the world the game takes place in:
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Umihara Kawase Joins The Crystal Crisis Roster As The 20th Character

Added: 17.02.2019 3:30 | 0 views | 0 comments


Out this May.
In case you forgot, , Nicalis announced a new game called would be coming to the Switch. This crossover puzzle-fighter was to arrive this April and is now actually due out on 28th May 2019.
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Chucklefish Outlines Upcoming Quality Of Life And Community Feedback Patch For Wargroove

Added: 16.02.2019 15:30 | 0 views | 0 comments


Release date to be confirmed.
is still less than a month old and already the team at Chucklefish are eager to share information about the future of the game with the player base. During a recent , followed by a summary post over on the Wargroove subreddit, the developer outlined the upcoming quality of life and community feedback patch.
While a release date has not yet been confirmed, it's evident a number of changes across all areas of the game are on the way. Players can expect a new checkpoint system, a difficulty system overhaul, multiplayer adjustments, fog of war changes, general quality of life improvements and plenty of new options along with further fixes and tweaks. Read about all of these features below:
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Number Of Players For Link's Awakening On Switch To Be Determined

Added: 16.02.2019 13:30 | 0 views | 0 comments


Isn't it a solo experience?
Nintendo arguably left the best announcement until last in the most recent Direct presentation. In case you missed it, we're talking about the reveal of for the Nintendo Switch - a remake of the Game Boy classic, first released in 1993.
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Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? (February 16th)

Added: 16.02.2019 10:00 | 0 views | 0 comments


Here are our picks, but what are yours?
We're finally at the end of what has been a pretty eventful week - you know, with that little from Nintendo and all that - so it's time to settle down and recover with some games-based chat. As ever, members of the Nintendo Life team have gathered to share their weekend plans and we'd love for you to get involved, too. Make your voices heard in the poll and comment section down below. Enjoy!

Ryan Craddock, staff writer


This weekend, like any weekend, was going to be completely dedicated to hoovering up those last few spirits - I have around 1,100 of the things and getting these last ones are proving to be more time-consuming than ever before. Those plans might have just been thrown out of the window, though, thanks to that silly, ridiculous, brilliant Tetris game.
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Dead Cells Switch Update Adds 60fps And Custom Game Support

Added: 16.02.2019 8:30 | 1 views | 0 comments


It’s finally here.
Shortly after the Switch release of in August last year, the game's developer Motion Twin was forced to issue an because of the frame rate issues. In certain areas of the title, players were reportedly experiencing significant dips in performance, resulting in entire sections of the game running well-below 60fps.
Motion Twin, at the time, said it would prioritise the issue and later on in September released a , allowing “sensitive” players on the Switch to cap the game at 30 frames per second. Now, in the latest major update, the developer has finally got the game running on the Switch at a silky-smooth 60 frames per second. Here’s exactly how Motion Twin fixed it, courtesy of a message from the game’s newsfeed on the Switch:
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Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC Fighters Won't Receive Custom Palutena's Guidance Sequences

Added: 16.02.2019 6:30 | 1 views | 0 comments


Even though Piranha Plant got one.
Apart from Persona 5's Joker, we still don't know anything about the upcoming DLC fighters being added to . While there's been a number of developing rumours about possible characters who could be added, there's been no other information about what to expect.
Until now, that is. In Masahiro Sakurai's most recent feature within Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, it's reportedly been confirmed the five upcoming DLC fighters in Ultimate will not have their own custom recordings or sequences for Palutena's Guidance. No reasoning for this decision was provided.
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