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Total War: Three Kingdoms Delayed Until Next Year

The newest historical game in the Total War strategy series, Total War: Three Kingdoms, has been delayed to Spring 2019. The game was announced in January and scheduled for Fall 2018 release, but a blog post on the Total War website stated today that the game is now arriving next Spring.  Based on the 14th century …

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Nier Automata Crosses Three Million Units Sold

Nier Automata, the PlatinumGames-developed Yoko Taro action game about androids in a post-apocalyptic Earth, has crossed the three million threshold, the official Twitter account has announced. The number includes a combination of copies sold by Square Enix to retailers and copies sold to consumers on download services. The last update …

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Third Patch To Chrono Trigger For PC Released

In February of this year, Square Enix released Chrono Trigger on PC for the first time, which delighted fans up until the second they stared playing it. The PC port of the game, heavily based on the mobile version, looked and ran poorly and forced Square Enix to promise to …

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E3 2018 Predictions: Sony

The Sony E3 press conference is never without drama. Whether it is throwing shade at competitors, delivering surprise announcements, or wowing crowds with its formidable first-party lineup, Sony always makes its time in the spotlight must-watch TV for gamers. So what’s in store for 2018? We have our share of …

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Atreus Needs A Onesie, And More New-Game Plus Ideas For God Of War

God of War’s reinvention has been almost universally well-received, but there’s one particular feature of the original that fans are clamoring for: a new-game plus. God of War (2018) contains an enormous amount of content, but it’s confined to a single playthrough. Starting a new file means starting from scratch, …

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Nike Details The Creation Of PlayStation Collaboration

Back in January, Sony and Nike announced a partnership for PlayStation-themed sneakers, which were both extremely time- and supply-limited. The sneakers came out in February and were gone the same day as they released. Today, Nike put up a post explaining how the PlayStation-themed Air Force 1 footwear came to be. …

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The Beautiful And Terrifying Violence Of The Witcher

I just wanted to play cards. Everywhere Gerald of Rivia goes, he’s beset on all sides. By monsters. By his tangled love life. By political conspiracies. By the specter of a missing (adopted) daughter. But mostly, he runs into idiots. Bona fide, dumber-than-a-bag-of-hammers morons looking to take out their rage on whatever emotional …

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Valve Clarifies Steam Content Policies, Allowing More Games On Store

In recent weeks, Valve has been embroiled in a confusing mess of content policy changes, having seemingly arbitrarily decided to remove adult content from the Steam store. The Washington-based company’s definition of adult content was broad and subjective, giving developers sometimes as little as a week to patch their games …

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Tales Of Vesperia Anniversary Site Discovered, Remaster Hinted

Tales of Vesperia, the cel-shaded Tales of game that is often considered the best game in the series, might be getting a remaster soon, if the 10th anniversary website is any indication. Gematsu reports discovery of the 10th anniversary site, which right now is password-locked and can’t be accessed. They …

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