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Jan
09

Microsoft’s Dragon-Centric Exclusive Scalebound Has Been Canceled

Rumors swirled all this morning about the fate of Scalebound, and now Microsoft has put out its official word confirming the game's demise.

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Jun
16

See one of NieR: Automata’s intense boss fights

Platinum Games' sequel to Square Enix's cult classic doubles down on the action and bullet-hell sections of the original.

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Jun
15

NieR: Automata’s E3 Trailer and New Screens give us a taste of its fast-paced combat and haunting world

Platinum Games' sequel to cult-classic NieR is looking better and better, and we now have a release timeframe.

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Mar
14

TMNT: Mutants In Manhattan Gets A Release Date

Revealed in a trailer through IGN, we now know when we can get our hands on the four-player co-op game.

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Jan
26

Platinum’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Game Finally Announced

After leak upon leak upon leak, the turtles in a half shell are officially getting the Platinum treatment.

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Jan
04

Scalebound Delayed to 2017

The first delay of 2016 is upon us.

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Nov
24

Transformers: Devastation Review // A Stylish Yet Repetitive Transformation

In the four hours it took for me to complete the main story in Transformers: Devastation, I believed that I was watching a new episode of the '80s show or at least a new movie. I loved every second of it, but the more I played it the more I noticed the problems that ended with some unsatisfying moments.

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Oct
29

If you love stylish melee action, you’ll love NieR: Automata

New gameplay footage for the follow-up to the cult classic shows off its Bayonetta-style action.

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Sep
18

Star Fox Zero Delayed Out of 2015

You'll have to wait a little longer to do a barrel roll.

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Oct
16

Bayonetta 2 Demo Impressions

When it was announced that Bayonetta 2 was going to be published by Nintendo, fans were rightfully skeptical. The original Bayonetta, created by Platinum Games, had made its name on over the top action/violence and a risque main character. Fans were worried that the company that brought us Mario and Kirby would make the game more kid friendly and tone down the things that made Bayonetta such a hit. Through various E3 events and Nintendo Direct presentations, fans began to become more hopeful since Bayonetta appeared to be as over the top and violent as ever. However one question still remained; is the game fun?

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