Month: February 2020

Man oh (mega) man do I love this collection. Its six excellent Mega Man spin-off games bring with them exactly the kind of gameplay and story my body craves and I’m thrilled at how well they hold up and stand on their own. But it’s the extras, including a new competitive mode with online leaderboards,
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[embedded content] Following on from last week’s classification in South Korea, the upcoming Switch release Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition has now received an ESRB rating in North America. According to Japanese Nintendo, this information was discovered on Nintendo’s webpage for the game. Like previous entries in the Xenoblade Chronicles series, the Definitive Edition has been
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Phil Spencer, head of Microsoft’s Xbox division, has published a new blog post on the company website with fresh details on the Xbox Series X. Most of the high-level specs are things we’ve already covered — 12 TFLOPs of GPU
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It looks like Polyphony Digital’s ongoing support for Gran Turismo Sport will take a bit of a dive this year. Following next week’s patch, updates for the title are to become “modest in frequency and volume.” The studio has yet to specify a reason for such a change; however, it’s likely due to the team’s
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Coming from Snow Day Software is a new entry in the twin-stick shooting genre, a game that goes by the name of Hovership Havoc. Now, it’s not entirely business as usual here though, as despite the fact that the gameplay takes place from an isometric viewpoint, with the left stick moving the ship and the
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is probably getting a battle royale. At least, that’s if you’ve been following the leaked photos, trailers, and unintentionally-revealed menu options that have been popping up lately. Naturally, Activision are a bit miffed over these leaks. The publisher has taken a scorched-earth approach to stamping out these rumours – slamming
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By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 22 February 2020 19:59 GMT In the latest Microsoft Flight Simulator feature discovery diary, Asobo Studio’s lead game designer Sven Mestas talks about Airports and Airport features. According to Mestas, the previous Flight Simulator title simulated more than 24,000 airports. The new Flight Simulator features “all the airports in the world,” including 37,000
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We know you’re busy and might miss out on all the exciting things we’re talking about on Xbox Wire every week. If you’ve got a few minutes, we can help remedy that. We’ve pared down the past week’s news into one easy-to-digest article for all things Xbox! Or, if you’d rather watch than read, you
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The teams at Devolver Digital and Reikon Games have announced that brutal top down action title Ruiner will be coming to the Nintendo Switch very soon. A release date has yet to be announced by either company, but as soon as there is one we shall let you know. Here’s the details: About Ruiner is
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Milestone and Dorna Sports are teaming up to release the next installment in the MotoGP series on April 23, 2020. MotoGP 20 will come with more realistic graphics than ever before, and will include new features such as fuel management, asymmetrical tires’ consumption, and aerodynamic damages that will affect performance. MotoGP 20‘s new and improved Managerial
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Dead men tell no tales! The latest Hidden-Object game from Artifex Mundi has arrived today on consoles and Uncharted Tides: Port Royal offers a rather more swashbuckling affair. In Uncharted Tides: Port Royal, revered sailor Mason Owens has gone missing. Believed to be searching for the mythical ship The Cursed Rose, a message is sent
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