As most of you probably already know, Nintendo is set to release their Switch console on the 3rd of March. So as you might imagine, the hype and excitement is pretty high at the moment (Sweden´s Nintendo Switch pre-launch event sure proved that point). In the matter of fact, it’s said that the Switch demand is so high that the… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
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Let’s-a Go! Super Mario Bros. Characters Featured in New Trailer for Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns XSEED Games, the independent-minded console publishing brand of Marvelous USA, today released a new Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns trailer featuring the fan-favorite characters Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Toad from the Super Mario Bros.TM franchise. The incredibly adorable capybara mascot Capy-san, who is also a pocket plushie that can only be attained by pre-ordering the game at participating retailers, returned to introduce the video for the game which is set to launch next week, February 28th on the Nintendo 3DSTM family of systems. Capy-san, the in-game capybara pet and pocket plushie, had this to say: I’m so excited that Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns is launching next week! I must admit I’m also looking forward to getting my paws on the “plushie” version of me as well. I heard it’s just as adorable as I am. Speaking of adorable, today’s video features costumes borrowed from my friends Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Toad from Super Mario Bros. These outfits let you cosplay as your favorite character AND will give you awesome abilities in the game! Super Mario Bros. Themed Costumes…
Fact Sheet Genesis Alpha One Joins Team17’s Games Label Award-winning veteran games developer and international games label Team17 has today announced its partnership with Freiburg, Germany-based independent developer Radiation Blue to publish Genesis Alpha One, a stunning new sci-fi game powered by Unreal Engine 4 and combining a unique mix of roguelike, FPS, base building and survival elements on PC and console. Genesis Alpha One is the first game from Radiation Blue, an independent developer compromised of talented developers whose combined game credits include Hitman: Blood Money, Hitman: Contracts, Velvet Assassin, Spec Ops: The Line, SpellForce 2: Shadow Wars, SpellForce 3 and The Settlers. In a near future ravaged by wars; corrupt regimes and global capitalism left unchecked have resulted in natural resource over-exploitation and pollution devastating the planet. Societies are collapsing. Supported by Earth’s remaining governments, four influential corporations initiate the Genesis program. As the Captain of a Genesis starship, you journey into uncharted space on the ultimate mission. Build and manage a space vessel, farm resources, deal with terrifying alien infestations, clone creatures and explore a vast, randomly generated universe. Your goal: Find new homes for humanity’s DNA and save the species from extinction. “We are very excited…
Some of the minds behind Telltale Games’ most lauded titles, including The Walking Dead, have moved to Ubisoft San Francisco. …Read More The post Four Telltale Games Veterans Get Hired by Ubisoft by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.
A slight change of pace from the other pieces of concept art released by Undead Labs, this week’s is a little more gruesome. …Read More The post This Week’s State of Decay 2 Art is Bloody, Brutal, and Exhausting by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.
In order to play Mass Effect: Andromeda on PC you’ll need the following minimum system requrements. Below are also recommended system requirements set by EA and BioWare. OS: 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10PROCESSOR: Intel Core i5 3570 or AMD FX-6350MEMORY: 8 GB RAMVIDEO CARD: NVIDIA GTX 660 2GB, AMD Radeon 7850 2GBHARD DRIVE: At least 55 GB of free spaceDIRECTX: DirectX 11 OS: 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10PROCESSOR: Intel Core i7-4790 or AMD FX-8350MEMORY: 16 GB RAMVIDEO CARD: NVIDIA GTX 1060 3GB, AMD RX 480 4GBHARD DRIVE: At least 55 GB of free spaceDIRECTX: DirectX 11 READ FULL STORY AT IGN!
Every detail in these cards have been poured over in order to create a perfectly balanced combination of Magic and Bloodborne. …Read More The post Fan Crafts Superb Bloodborne-Themed Magic: The Gathering Cards by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Digimon: World Next Order: Learning How To Lose • The Problem With #ContentCreation • Defying Ebert: Are Games A “Worthy” Artform Yet? You’re reading TAY, Kotaku’s community-run blog. TAY is written by and for Kotaku readers like you. We write about games, art, culture and everything in between. Want to write with us? Check out the Beginner’s Guide to TAY and join in. Advertisement You can always stop by to say ‘hi’ on our: TAY Open Forum Or write an article to your personal blog and tag it TAY Classic for feedback. Follow us here. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Which graphics card is right for you? By josh norem When we’re old and sitting in our rocking chairs on the porch we’ll look back fondly on the year 2016, wipe a tear from our eye, and regale our grandkids about the move to 14nm and 16nm FinFET GPUs. “Your granddad had 100fps at 1440p,” we’ll tell our grandkids as they ignore us while ensconced in their 32k VR simulations. They won’t understand, of course, how amazing the year 2016 was in terms of GPU advancements, but it can’t be understated. Not only did we finally move from 28nm planar transistors all the way down to 14/16nm 3D FinFET, but the accompanying performance boost from one generation to the next was one of the largest ever recorded in modern times. Instead of the typical 10 to 20 percent boosts we experience going from one generation of silicon to the next, we saw a 60 to 80 percent boost. Frame rates skyrocketed, 4k gaming became viable with a single GPU, and laptops were able to sport desktop-class graphics for the first time due to improvements in efficiency as well. It was (and still is) a great time to be alive, READ…
Photo: Blizzard South Korean Overwatch pro Miro is probably the best Winston player in the world. His deft tank work helped South Korea win the first Overwatch World Cup and he took home personal tournament MVP honors as well. If you want a highlight reel of his best moments, well here you go. Advertisement Miro’s Lunatic-Hai squad was playing Misfits earlier this afternoon, and he showed off his gorilla skills with an exquisitely timed Jump Pack recovery. When Winston pops his ultimate, Primal Rage, he gets a big health boost and the damage of his melee attacks increases. Because you can’t activate his tesla cannon while he’s ulting, players’ ability to maneuver around the map is key to success. As a master gorillaman, Miro knows the precise limits of his ultimate, and he leapt over the edge of the map to and punch out the opponents’ Mercy while taking heavy fire from Pharah. He looked dead as hell, but made perfect use of the diminished cooldown time on his Jump Pack and got back up to safety. The move came just after 2:18:42 in this stream. [embedded content] The announcers wrote READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Today, developer Lazy Bear Games — the team behind Punch Club — and publisher tinyBuild Games announced Graveyard Keeper, a medieval cemetery sim for Xbox One, PC, Mac, and Linux, due sometime in the summer of this …Read More The post Graveyard Keeper Announced for Xbox One and PC; Coming in Summer 2017 by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Press release: (San Francisco, CA) – February 24, 2017 — Independent developer Vector Unit, today announced Riptide GP: Renegade is now live for Xbox One and Windows 10. Vector Unit previously launched Riptide GP: Renegade on PS4, Steam, and mobile devices. The Xbox One and Windows 10 release is an Xbox Play Anywhere title, which means cross play multiplayer, synced… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
It seems as though Nintendo is responding to the criticism that its launch line-up for the Nintendo Switch is a little bare. There’s only a handful of games that will be available and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is really the only heavy-hitter to move units. Today Nintendo has announced that it’s newest puzzle game Snipperclips will be a launch title with the Nintendo Switch on March 3rd. You can download the game for $19.99 from the Nintendo eShop, or check out a free demo that will be available. Eurogamer also mentioned that the game will be included as a digital download in a box with extra Neon Red/Blue Joy-Con controllers, but there’s no price yet available for it. When the game was first showcased, it was only given a vague March release date. Check out the trailer above and let us know if you’re interested in Snipperclips! READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!