Month: July 2019

The latest update for IllFonic’s asymmetrical slasher title, Friday the 13th: The Game, has been released alongside the entire list of patch notes. The game’s new patch focuses primarily on fixing some still existing bugs in the game, including a couple of exploits that gave players an unfair advantage, and should improve the overall experience
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Ahem – ah, fitbaw! The bootiful game. Nothing better than gathering the crew ’round for a great big kickabout in the park, right? Actually, tell you what, that sounds a bit rubbish right now. It’s all wet out, my spiked shoes are all busted up, and Mister Johnson’s not given the ball back since we
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By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 31 July 2019 20:21 GMT Pokemon Go has surpassed 1 billion downloads, according to Nintendo. A video posted by Nintendo has revealed the mobile title has been downloaded a staggering 1 billion times since its release three years ago. The figure is mentioned in one of the company’s new tv spots
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Names. Why does everything need to have names? When we were discussing the name for Update 0.9 internally, we came up with Aid. There are two main reasons for that and they’re both you: the Community and the Outlander. The community, especially those playing the Xbox Game Preview version of Vigor on Xbox One, are a
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Remnant: From the Ashes is a third-person survival action shooter set in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by monstrous creatures. Arriving on Xbox One later this month, challenge-seeking players looking for their game can look forward to 100+ unique enemies, 20+ epic bosses, and endless adventure. Gunfire Games Principal Designers Mike Maza and Ben Cureton provide
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Beenox and Activision have announced the second Grand Prix for the excellent Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled. Sadly, Activision has also announced that microtransactions will be rearing their ugly head in the game. We shall have to see how their monetisation system will work with the Wumpa coins. Here’s the details for the second Grand Prix
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After he directed the delightful Deadly Premonition, I’d follow Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro into Hull and back for a new game about the characters, curiosities, and killings of rural life. Thankfully, all I must do for The Good Life is wait a while longer. Swery’s new studio, White Owls, have announced they’re delaying The Good Life
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