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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Introduces Loot Box-Like Items

Nintendo has announced “fortune cookies” – which unhappy fans are pointing out seem a lot like loot boxes.

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Posted on Apr 19, 2018

Fortnite Removes Guided Missile Weapon

“We share your concerns, so we’ve put the Guided Missile into the vault.”

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Posted on Apr 18, 2018

Castlevania: Grimoire of Shadow Announced

Castlevania: Grimoire of Shadow has four-player real-time global co-op.

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Posted on Apr 17, 2018

Final Fantasy 14 Companion App and New Story Quests Incoming

Final Fantasy 14’s next update is scheduled for late May, and includes a new Alliance raid and Namazu Beast Tribe Quests.

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Posted on Apr 16, 2018

Far Cry 5: Find Bears, Stashes, Perk Points and More With Our Interactive Map

Use our interactive map to find all the Silos, Wolf Beacons, Shrines, bears and prepper stashes, plus much more around the world of Far Cry 5.

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Posted on Apr 15, 2018

Shenmue 1, 2 Being Re-Released on PS4, Xbox One, PC

The two classics are coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC ahead of 2018’s long-awaited Shenmue III.

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Posted on Apr 13, 2018

Worms Creator Could Become the UK’s Biggest Publisher

Team17, the UK studio behind the Worms series, The Escapists, and Overcooked, is reportedly planning a stock market listing of £200 million.

The Times reports that the studio and publisher has stockbrokers working on the float, with the announcement expected imminently.

Publishers are in short supply in the UK – if the listing goes through, it would likely make Team17 the country’s largest.

Lloyds Development Capital, part of the Lloyds Banking Group, paid £16.5 million for a stake in the company in 2016. The same year, Team17 reported a loss after tax of £37,686 after generating £6.5m in revenue.

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Posted on Mar 26, 2018

How I Hacked Bloodborne and Found Never-Before-Seen Content

Since its release in 2015, Bloodborne has amassed an enormous and passionate following, full of people who want to discover the secrets hidden in the deep and often vague lore of Yharnam. What makes that world even more intriguing are the mysteries hidden in the game’s internal content, which was uploaded to the internet by an anonymous user in 2017. It contains characters, creatures, maps, sounds, music, and scripts stored on the game’s Blu-Ray Disc, most of which never made it into the final game at all. My name is Lance McDonald, and I’ve spent the past three months uncovering parts of Bloodborne that have never been seen, until now.

From even a cursory glance at trailers and pre-release footage, it’s clear that Bloodborne went through many significant changes during development, and the alpha files that were built only 9 months prior to the game’s release confirm that. The storyline and characters are dramatically different to what would eventually ship, and as a result, there’s plenty of unused data left behind on the game’s disc. For one, there’s model data for about twenty enemies and characters that would be wholly unfamiliar to anyone who played Bloodborne.

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Posted on Mar 25, 2018

PUBG Mobile Review

If you’d said a month ago that PUBG Mobile would run better than PUBG on Xbox, and that it’d be free, you’d have gotten a lot of strange looks. Yet here we are, and mobile gaming’s future has never looked brighter. It’s absolutely remarkable that it runs so well and manages to fit all of PUBG’s features onto tiny touch-screen displays.

Make no mistake: this is the real PUBG experience. One hundred people hunched over their Android or iOS phones and tablets fly over a deserted island and skydive down from a plane to loot abandoned buildings, gather up resources, and duke it out until there’s only one person left standing. The first time you drop onto a map and see all of the island of Erangel sprawled out before you in real-time, on your phone, is a surreal experience.

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Posted on Mar 24, 2018

Nintendo Opens Its E3 2018 Website

Although we’re still a few months away from this year’s E3, with conferences beginning June 10 and the expo floor opening up between June 12 and 14, that doesn’t mean that the bigwigs of the gaming industry haven’t already started setting their plans in motion, as evidenced by Nintendo’s unveiling of its own E3 website.

Although the site itself is currently quite bare-boned, with just a promise that more details will be announced further down the line, the site does feature a reminder about Nintendo’s two major tournaments that will be running throughout E3, with both the Super Smash Bros International and the Splatoon 2 World Championship getting a plug.

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Posted on Mar 23, 2018

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