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Recap 2.23.18

I have to quick say that I almost dated this week’s Recap as 2.23.87 because today’s my birthday. Yes I’m 31. Leave me alone. PlayStation Rick and Morty’s Virtual Rick-ality releases April 10 on PSVR alongside a collector’s edition Charming little action/adventure/puzzle game Moss arrives on PSVR February 27 PlayStation released a new site (my.playstation.com) […]

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SEGA and Paramount Announce a New Sonic the Hedgehog Movie

There’s good news today for blue hedghog fans: SEGA has signed a deal with Paramount to bring Sonic the Hedgehog to the silver screen. What makes us uneasy is that the Japanese publisher notes that the adaptation will mix live action with CG animation. The only time I’ve liked this is in Who Framed Roger […]

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Slime-san Update Out Now (ver 1.1) – New Blackbird’s Campaign and More

Slime-san’s big update can now be downloaded on Switch. Version 1.1 is highlighted by the addition of the brand new Blackbird’s content campaign, free of charge, which adds new levels, a boss fight, and more. The full patch notes can be found below. If you haven’t purchased Slime-san yet, you can take advantage of a […]

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Luigi’s Balloon World is now Available in Super Mario Odyssey

During the last Nintendo Direct Mini, it was announced that Super Mario Odyssey would be receiving some free DLC in a future update that would be adding a new asynchronous multiplayer mode. Titled Luigi’s Balloon World, this new mode challenges players to hide or find balloons within a thirty second window, with coins being distributed […]

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Ni no Kuni II Finally Goes Gold

After a few daleys, it’s finally happened. Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom has gone gold, meaning development has ended and the game will make it’s March 23 release date. Hurrah! The Level-5 RPG was originally set to launch in 2017, but it was soon pushed back to January 2018 before being delayed again to […]

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Fortnite’s 3.0 Update Builds on Building

While there’s no denying PUBG has been staggeringly successful on PC, Fortnite hasn’t been a slouch either, especially in the console space where it boasts 45M players with 3M cocurrent. Now, Fortnite is getting its big 3.0 update that’s set to improve building mechanics in a number of ways. Arguably the biggest new feature will […]

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Europe Calling Out Nintendo Over Inability to Cancel eShop Pre-Orders

Europe is fed up with Nintendo’s sneaky method of circumventing it’s consumer protection law regarding the cancellation of pre-orders. The Norwegian Consumer Council says Nintendo’s policy breaches customers’ rights and that the big N is the only console maker whose digital storefront doesn’t allow customers to cancel pre-orders. With pre-release downloads of software becoming increasingly […]

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PlayStation Network is running a flash sale

If there’s one thing I can say I love for sure about this current console generation, it’s that Sony, Xbox, and even Nintendo all welcome flash sales for digital games with open arms. Maybe it’s me, but I don’t remember that being the case last generation—at least not this frequently. There’s some killer titles to […]

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