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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes physical edition to be released in North America and Europe, includes Season Pass

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes physical edition to be released in North America and Europe, includes Season Pass Content includes additional character, adventure scenario, and stage. A physical edition of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will be released in North America and Europe, developer Grasshopper Manufacture confirmed to Gematsu. While Grasshopper Manufacture will self-publish Travis Strikes Again: No ...

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Blazing Chrome Will Bring Its Classic Arcade Side-Scrolling Action To Switch Early Next Year

Publisher The Arcade Crew and developer Joymasher have revealed that Blazing Chrome will be running and gunning its way to Switch early next year. This retro-inspired co-op battle to save Earth has been treated to a new gameplay clip (up above), giving us a glimpse of the devastated environments awaiting players ready to fight for a brighter, less mechanically-dominated future. ...

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Super Smash Bros Ultimate Has Gone Gold

Get ready to throw down, friends. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has gone gold. According to Siliconera, ever-belabored producer Masahiro Sakurai revealed the news to Famitsu earlier this week. The game will be available for purchase on December 7. For more on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, check out our rundown on all the little details in the last Smash Bros-focused Direct. [Source: ...

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Fieber, Calomeni earn SCIAC weekly awards

ORANGE, Calif. – Two members of the Chapman University football team were honored with SCIAC Athlete of the Week awards earlier this afternoon. Senior Ian Fieber earned the SCIAC Offensive Athlete of the Week while fellow senior Curt Calomeni earned the SCIAC Defensive Athlete of the Week. Fieber finished off the season with another explosive game on offense that lifted ...

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Battlefield V Review | Attack of the Fanboy

The Battlefield series has long been the king of online conflict on a massive scale.  Nobody has done it better than DICE over the years, at least not at the scope that they strive for.  What we have with Battlefield V is something that’s wholly expected.  DICE has turned out another fantastic online multiplayer shooter, has crafted another single player ...

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Abzu Gets a Switch Port on November 29

Publisher 505 Games and developer Giant Squid have announced a Switch port for Abzu. The underwater exploration game will launch for the hybrid console on November 29th via the eShop, for $19.99. Here’s an overview of the game: Azbu is a beautiful underwater journey that immerses players in a vibrant ocean world full of mystery and bursting with color and life. ...

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The Game Awards 2018 nominees announced

And this year’s picks are… The nominees for The Game Awards 2018 have been announced. Fans can vote now for their picks at The Game Awards website, and via Twitter Direct Message, Facebook Messenger, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and the official The Game Awards Discord server. Get the full list of nominees below. Game of the Year Recognizing a game ...

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Full Metal Furies Review (Switch eShop)

Cellar Door Games put itself on the map with the release of Rogue Legacy, a critically lauded roguelike sidescroller that in some ways set a trend still being followed by indies today, but the studio later went on to release a new game, Full Metal Furies, to much less fanfare. There were plenty of factors that resulted in the studio’s ...

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Couple Ordered To Pay Nintendo $12 Million For Running Illegal ROM Sites

Arizona couple Jacob Matthias and Cristian Matthias have been ordered to pay over $12 million to Nintendo for running the pirated ROM sites, LoveROMS.com and LoveRetro.co. The couple admitted to copyright and trademark infringement, and allegedly settled on the lofty judgement rather than risk losing more in a suit Nintendo brought forth in July. Many have speculated that the high figure is ...

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