Month: June 2020

Phantom: Covert Ops reviewed by Dan Stapleton on PC with Oculus Rift S. Also available on Oculus Quest. “Let me say up front that I’m in no way saying that no special forces commando has ever stealthily infiltrated an enemy stronghold exclusively via kayak without ever setting foot on land. I mean, if such a
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By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 27 June 2020 15:29 GMT Ubisoft has suspended two executives following allegations of misconduct, according to a report. According to a Bloomberg report, Ubisoft has suspended vice presidents Tommy Francois and Maxime Beland. Both have been accused of “at least three claims of misconduct.” Ubisoft has reportedly also suspended several other
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Long before they became Bandai Namco and famous for the Tekken franchise, Namco were among the original legends and pioneers of the video game arcade; it was an era where they single-handedly placed video games into pop culture when they unleashed Pac-Man fever onto the world. With such immense and continued success in a fast-moving
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Matrix Software’s Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia is a sequel to the 1998 PlayStation game Brigandine: The Legend of Forsena, a tactical role-playing affair that featured a mix of strategic map manoeuvring and turn-based battles played out on a hexagonal battlefield against the backdrop of a fantasy tale of warring factions. The original didn’t review
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When The Outer Worlds released last year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, it won acclaim from critics and consumers alike for its choice-driven gameplay and clever writing. However, when the RPG came to Switch, players on Nintendo’s console didn’t get to see the game at its best; the performance can be pretty rough.  To address concerns
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Variety reports that detective RPG Disco Elysium is being adapted into a TV series. It’s still very early in the development process, so no writers or actors have been attached to the project. Although no talent is officially working on the show yet, Helen Hindpere, lead writer for the game from developer ZA/UM said, “We’re so
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© Nintendo Life Nintendo’s Game Boy family of consoles has, in total, sold around 200 million units during its lifespan, which stretched from the release of the original monochrome system in 1989 all the way up to 2005’s Game Boy Micro, the final console to showcase the name. While Nintendo has enjoyed significant commercial success
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