Report: Capcom Preparing More Switch Games After Ultra Street Fighter II Success

Report: Capcom Preparing More Switch Games After Ultra Street Fighter II Success During its latest financial report brief, Capcom revealed Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers sold above the company's expectations. As a result, the company plans to start preparing more Switch titles. As The Wall Street Journal's Takashi Mochizuki reports, the updated, $40 […]

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Five Ways That Rockstar Has Changed The Video Game Industry

Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the most highly anticipated games of next year, and for good reason: It’s being developed by Rockstar Games. The studio’s history is one of innovation; nearly every Rockstar game since the release of Grand Theft Auto III has been important in its own way, surpassing and redefining our […]

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Miitopia Review – Miis Face A Long, Quirky Journey

Nintendo’s Miis have been dependable company ambassadors for more than a decade. Would Wii Sports have been nearly as much fun if you couldn’t bowl with cartoon versions of your family? As avatars they’ve been utility players, gamely participating in whatever action Nintendo has thrown at them, whether it’s losing weight with you in Wii […]

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Gigantic Review – A Featherweight Competitor

In a genre as crowded as the MOBA, games live or die in the details. Because their extended learning curves, these minor difference matter more than in most other kinds of games. Though Gigantic ticks off many of the boxes that players might want from a MOBA, it also removes many of the nuances to […]

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Miitopia Review – Nintendo Gets Weird (Again) In Mii-Based RPG

Nintendo’s Miis have been dependable company ambassadors for more than a decade. Would Wii Sports have been nearly as much fun if you couldn’t bowl with cartoon versions of your family? As avatars they’ve been utility players, gamely participating in whatever action Nintendo has thrown at them, whether it’s losing weight with you in Wii […]

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For Honor Gets Dedicated Servers And More In Content Roadmap

For Honor Gets Dedicated Servers And More In Content Roadmap Ubisoft revealed plans today for seasons three and four of For Honor, its weapon-based fighting game that launched earlier this year. To improve stability and connection, For Honor is moving from its heavily connection-dependent peer-to-peer system to dedicated servers. Ideally, this should allow online players […]

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