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Microsoft’s Efforts to Bring Japanese Games to Xbox One Should be Encouraged, Not Mocked

Many mock Microsoft’s efforts to keep working with Japanese developers, but this kind of initiative should instead be encouraged. …Read More The post Microsoft’s Efforts to Bring Japanese Games to Xbox One Should be Encouraged, Not Mocked by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.

Annapurna Interactive

What Remains of Edith Finch Hands-On Preview: Collecting Memories

Blaster Master Zero

Inti Creates Interview – CEO Takuya Aizu Talks 2D Platformers, Blaster Master Zero, and Gal*Gun

DualShockers sits down with Japanese developer Inti Creates to discuss their plans for 2017 including Blaster Master Zero, Gal*Gun, and new tech. …Read More The post Inti Creates Interview – CEO Takuya Aizu Talks 2D Platformers, Blaster Master Zero, and Gal*Gun by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.

DualShockers

ShockCast: Episode 33 – The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

MXGP3 Hands-On Preview – Racing Redefined in Unreal Engine 4

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Yooka-Laylee Interview – Composers Grant Kirkhope, David Wise, and Steve Burke Talk About Making What’s Old Sound New Again

Ahead of the Yooka-Laylee soundtrack release in April, we talked to the composers behind the music and recreating the style of a different gaming era. …Read More The post Yooka-Laylee Interview – Composers Grant Kirkhope, David Wise, and Steve Burke Talk About Making What’s Old Sound New Again by Logan Moore appeared first on DualShockers.

Bridge Constructor

Bridge Constructor Review — Catastrophe Strikes the Handheld

Bridge Constructor is a puzzle game about… building bridges! It originally had a successful launch on mobile devices, but how does it fare on PS Vita? …Read More The post Bridge Constructor Review — Catastrophe Strikes the Handheld by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.

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Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood Interview: Naoki Yoshida Talks Expansion, Improvements, Paladin and More

BioWare

Despite What You May Have Heard, Mass Effect Andromeda is a Great Game

If you frequent social media sites, then you’ve no doubt seen a ton of Mass Effect Andromeda memes popping up recently. The countless cringe-inducing gifs and pictures understandably made long-time fans nervous. The game’s mediocre review scores didn’t help matters either. I’m here to tell you that things aren’t as grim as they appear. After playing for nearly 20 hours, I can assure you that Mass Effect Andromeda is a great game. Is it perfect? Of course not. Despite some issues, Bioware has delivered another solid entry in the beloved series. Mass Effect Andromeda is not a disaster, people. Like the original Mass Effect, Andromeda does a fantastic job of instilling players with equal amounts of awe and dread. Right from the game’s opening, players are tossed into the beautiful but dangerous Andromeda galaxy. A sense of wonder over the unknown was all but lost by the time of Mass Effect 3. It is refreshing that Andromeda brings the series back to its roots in that sense. Previous Mass Effect games let players visit many planets in the Milky Way galaxy. At the time, it felt revolutionary. Looking back, it’s easy to see how limited exploration actually was in READ…

Dead or Alive 5: Last Round

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Bandai Namco

Little Nightmares Hands-On Preview: Hide and Seek

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Toukiden 2 Review — Move Aside Hunting RPGs, the New Standard is Here

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forma.8 Review — True to Form

Video game players, to some degree, like stressful games. Titles such as Dark Souls or Darkest Dungeon have players stressing out over finding the right way to defeat an enemy so they don’t possibly lose everything they …Read More The post forma.8 Review — True to Form by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.

BioWare

Mass Effect Andromeda Review – A Roller Coaster in More than One Way

After years in the oven, Mass Effect is back, and while it probably won’t satisfy the lofty expectations it set, it’s still a satisfying RPG experience. …Read More The post Mass Effect Andromeda Review – A Roller Coaster in More than One Way by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.