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Replay – Kung-Fu High Impact

Kinect released for Xbox 360 on November 4, 2010, transforming many gamers into arm-waggling buffoons as they explored this odd, but somewhat compelling new frontier of interactive entertainment. Although Kinect’s legacy will likely be that of a failure, and one of the reasons Xbox One struggled out of the gates, ...

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Far Cry 5: All Gameplay, News, Trailers

Share. Far Cry 5 is set to launch in February 2018. By chrislreed Ubisoft officially revealed Far Cry 5, an open-world shooter that’s set in modern-day Montana, back in May 2017. You’ll be able to get your hands on it when it launches on February 27, 2018 for PlayStation 4, ...

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Dangen: Connecting Indies With the Devs That Inspired Them

Share. Introducing the new publisher whose mission is to get more awesome Western indie titles into the hands of Japanese gamers. By Cam Shea This year’s BitSummit in Kyoto wasn’t just a celebration of all things indie gaming, it was also the coming out party for the new Japan-based indie ...

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Life After Scalebound and The Future of PlatinumGames

Share. “We have a lot of ideas, we’re working on a lot of cool things.” By Caleb Lawson This month’s IGN First is a bit different than usual. Rather than highlighting a single game — we’ll get back to that next month — we’re highlighting the Japanese game industry as ...

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Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 Coming In August

Retro fans, rejoice! Capcom has announced that a new Mega Man collection is coming to consoles and PC this August. The appropriately named Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 picks up where the last one left off, compiling Mega Man games 7-10. The collection spans a variety of eras and platforms, ...

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