Paladin Studios and Nintendo recently released the amusing office-themed puzzler Good Job! on the Nintendo Switch eShop. Paladin Studios lead producer Robert Abercrombie and Nintendo of America producer Takao Nakano recently participated in an interview and spoke about how they joined forces together. Abercrombie: The founder of Paladin (Derk de Geus) had been trying to get his
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We haven’t seen a new Test Drive game since 2012 but that’s all set to change next week on Tuesday, July 7th. A newly-created Test Drive Twitter account published a brief teaser, pointing to a reveal during Nacon Connect. Check out the teaser below. We’re back! #NaconConnect 7th July pic.twitter.com/30tNhs5z4C — Test Drive (@testdrive) July
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How did you expect Fortnite to celebrate the USA’s Independence Day? Fireworks, Rockets. Llamas and musicians falling from the sky? Instead, Epic have more appropriate plans for 2020’s 4th of July celebration. As Black Lives Matter protests continue into the Summer, the monolithic battle royale hopes to use its new party island to educate –
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We know you’re busy and might miss out on all the exciting things we’re talking about on Xbox Wire every week. If you’ve got a few minutes, we can help remedy that. We’ve pared down the past week’s news into one easy-to-digest article for all things Xbox! Or, if you’d rather watch than read, you
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Lego Art is a new line of sets that allow you to build artwork, specifically portraits. The first series consists of sets for Star Wars: The Sith, Iron Man, The Beatles, and Andy Warhol. If you purchase the Star Wars: The Sith set, you can construct a 2D portrait of one of three Sith Lords
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The first game from indie studio 3-Fold Games is a bittersweet one. Before I Forget is a first-person exploration game about a woman with early onset dementia uncovering her past. Despite that, 3-Fold call it “delicate and atmospheric,” as the main character remembers details about her life and partner. It will release on July 16th.
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The news this week that the PS5 version of NBA 2K21 would be $70 ($69.99) has sent ripples through the gaming community, with many expecting that we’ll see the standard “base” price of new releases next-gen increase from $60. Most of that conversation was educated speculation, but now industry research firm IDG Consulting says that more
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