Sunday, 20 January 2019
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Square Enix answers “What is Dragon Quest Builders?” in their latest trailer

Added: 18.01.2019 5:20 | 0 views | 0 comments


A new video showing off Square Enix's creative new Dragon Quest block-building PS4 and Vita adventure.
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From: www.gaming-age.com

Random: What Ever Happened To The Queen's Golden Wii?

Added: 17.01.2019 16:30 | 0 views | 0 comments


The truth revealed.
Just under a decade ago, publisher THQ released Big Family Games, a Wii title which hoped to follow in the famous footsteps of with its own family-friendly, motion control minigames. If you haven't heard of it before, that's likely because it never reached those high levels of success, but there's a rather comical PR stunt story to be told surrounding it anyway.
To spark media interest in the game, THQ supposedly sent a golden Wii console to Elizabeth II, the Queen of the United Kingdom, so that she could enjoy flinging digital horseshoes at chickens in her spare time. Since then, the whereabouts of this special Wii has been largely unknown - especially since you can't just send any old item to the Queen - so where is it now?
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From: www.nintendolife.com

Reminder: The Wii Shop Channel Closes This Month, Here's What That Means For You

Added: 17.01.2019 14:10 | 0 views | 0 comments


Redownload your games ASAP.
On 31st January, all online services for the Wii including all functions associated with the Wii Shop Channel will be closed down. That means you have exactly two weeks to get all of your Wii-based affairs in order.
Of course, Nintendo has now released two new home consoles since the hugely popular Wii first launched back in 2006, so even if you've missed this news in the past, we imagine this won't come as too much of a shock. Indeed, just a couple of months ago, it was also confirmed that - so no more Netflix on your Wii, folks.
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From: www.nintendolife.com

Switch Release Would Take Priority If Mobile Game Alien: Blackout Ever Gets Ported To Consoles

Added: 17.01.2019 7:00 | 0 views | 0 comments


A scary thought.
The Alien video games based on the popular sci-fi horror movies of the same name have had many ups and downs over the years. The latest game Alien: Blackout - by FoxNext Games, D3 Go! and Rival Games - arrives on Android and iOS devices on 24th January. It has drawn to the Five Nights At Freddy's series and requires players to keep a bunch of NPCs alive by monitoring the surrounding environment and guiding them with touch input.
If it was to be released elsewhere later down the line, apparently the first console in consideration would be the Nintendo Switch. recently had the chance to speak to FoxNext Games' Vice President TQ Jefferson about the new entry in the Alien video game series. When asked if the title would be ported to the Switch, considering the device has a touchscreen, here's what Jefferson had to say:
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What the Ending of Netflix's You Means for Season 2

Added: 16.01.2019 22:35 | 0 views | 0 comments

If you're still reeling from the ending of You Season 1, allow us to explain what the heck happened and what it could mean for Season 2 of the Netflix drama.

Tags: Netflix, Whoa
From: feeds.ign.com

What Those Rumored DLC Characters Could Bring to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Added: 16.01.2019 21:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

We break down what Erdrick from Dragon Quest, Ryu Hayabusa from Ninja Gaiden, Steve from Minecraft and Doomguy could bring to Siper Smash Bros. Ultimate.

From: feeds.ign.com

Feature: The Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story Team On Remaking A Beloved Classic

Added: 16.01.2019 17:00 | 1 views | 0 comments


Forgotten cameos, unused art and... fat Bowser?
With having released recently on the 3DS, we felt it was high time for a closer look at the now decade-old DS classic. We were lucky enough to get the chance to sit down with the teams from Nintendo and AlphaDream to discuss what it's like remaking a beloved game, designing a beloved character's guts, some unused concepts for the original DS version and a thing or two that's been forgotten over the years.
Nintendo Life: In Bowser's Inside Story, a huge part of the game takes place inside Bowser's body. What was the inspiration for using Bowser as the setting for the game?
Shinsuke Kobayashi: At first we had an idea to create a game using Mario, Luigi and Bowser as the playable characters, but the idea of having all three of them cooperate sounded a bit strange. In addition to that, if Mario and Luigi entered into Bowser’s body there wouldn’t have to be any reason for them to meet. And also, having Mario and Luigi travel through Bowser's body and touch various parts of the inside of Bowser's body would create effects in the outside world, which felt like a really good way to use the dual screens of the DS at the time.
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From: www.nintendolife.com

Enjoy Portable Co-Op Tower Defence When Defense Grid 2 Comes To Switch Next Month

Added: 16.01.2019 16:15 | 0 views | 0 comments


With 'Aftermath' expansion included.
Tower defence-strategy title launches on Nintendo Switch early next month, it has been confirmed.
This new edition of the game (it originally launched on other platforms back in 2014) combines the base game with the five-mission expansion 'DG2: Aftermath' which was previously only available in VR. You'll therefore have dozens of maps and hundreds of tower defence missions to complete while simultaneously going for top spot on the leaderboards.
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From: www.nintendolife.com

What The Box?: Various Achievements

Added: 16.01.2019 4:54 | 0 views | 0 comments

What The Box?: Various Achievements

Tags: Whoa, Various
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What Bungie-Activision's Split Means for Xbox Fans - Unlocked 377

Added: 15.01.2019 23:00 | 1 views | 0 comments

Bungie is now a free agent. Here's what it means for Xbox fans. Will Microsoft buy Bungie again? Will Destiny 3 happen? What's after Destiny? Plus: Phil Spencer briefly mentions the future at CES, Resident Evil 2's demo is popular, and more!

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