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DRAGON BALL FighterZ Set for Release in the Americas on January 26, 2018

by Fionna Schweit | Anime Consoles News PC PlayStation PlayStation 4 XBOX | 0 Comments | 23 Oct 2017

One of the most formative things in my childhood was the anime I watched on Toonami. I remeber Goku the hero, the Z fighters that supported him, and who can forget the amazing epic, land destroying fights. Ever since those…

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Sword Art Online vs Accel world review –

by Fionna Schweit | Anime Consoles Opinion PC PlayStation PlayStation 4 Reviews | 0 Comments | 21 Oct 2017

Couple of things to start this review off. I like Sword Art Online (SAO) and I love Accel World. Both shows are a part of most of my favorite anime lists. I considerReki Kawahara, who created both worlds to be…

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Far Cry Is Near

by Guest Writer | News PC PlayStation 4 XBOX | 0 Comments | 19 Oct 2017

This is a guest post by Derek Teasley who you can find @DT_zine on Twitter  Crouched low, you advance through a wheat field in with your trusty companion Boomer by your side. As you approach a silo, you notice cult members…

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Banner Saga 3 key art revealed

by Fionna Schweit | Consoles News PC PlayStation PlayStation 4 XBOX | 0 Comments | 16 Oct 2017

Banner Saga’s beautiful art style is one of its hallmarks. The first two games were also just really good and fun to play. So it comes as no surprise to most people that today Stoic officially unveiled their third Banner…

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The aftercharge alpha is now live

by Fionna Schweit | Consoles PC PlayStation PlayStation 4 XBOX | 0 Comments | 13 Oct 2017

You already know I love Aftercharge: but now you can also love this amazing shooter game with stealth and hero elements. Today is the day; the intense clash between the invisible and the invincible starts now in the three-day open alpha for Aftercharge, a 3v3…

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8-BIT ADVENTURE ANTHOLOGY a mix or horror and adventure arrives just in time for Halloween

by Fionna Schweit | Consoles News PC PlayStation PlayStation 4 XBOX | 0 Comments | 12 Oct 2017

Set the date to 1987 and get ready to revisit the classic 8-bit adventure games that mesmerized a generation of console junkies. Now is the opportunity to play cult favorites Shadowgate™, The Uninvited™ and Déjà Vu™the way they were supposed to be played, with…

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TOXIC GAMES RELEASE EARLY GAMEPLAY FOOTAGE OF Q.U.B.E. 2

by piratejit | News PC PlayStation 4 XBOX | 0 Comments | 10 Oct 2017

Independent developer Toxic Games today released footage of the Q.U.B.E. 2 demo playable at events including Gamescom, PAX West and EGX. The work in progress footage shows off an early section of the game, introducing the player to the functions of each…

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Star Wars Battlefront II has a serious problem with pay to win, and I’m not buying it till its fixed

by Fionna Schweit | Opinion PC PlayStation PlayStation 4 XBOX | 11 Comments | 08 Oct 2017

It’s only the first beta weekend for Star Wars Battlefront II, but I’m already luke warm on the game. The gameplay is fantastic, the sound design makes my ears orgasm, and the new system for heroes and powerups actually makes…

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The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 is Headed to North America

by Fionna Schweit | News PlayStation PlayStation 4 | 0 Comments | 06 Oct 2017

The Witch and the Hundred Knight is one of those games that if you aren’t a big fan of Japanese ARPG’s you probably never heard of. But, I promise you its quite a fun game, and if you have some…

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Massive Armored Ogres Invade in New Extinction Gameplay Trailer

by Fionna Schweit | Consoles News PC PlayStation PlayStation 4 XBOX | 0 Comments | 05 Oct 2017

Some time ago, you may remember this post about Extinction  from E3. A game that sort of cropped up out of nowhere and exploded on to the scene. With massive monsters and a glowing sword, it was one of those games…

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