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UFO 50 is a 50-game love letter to the 8-bit era

Nostalgia may be a hot property right now, what with Nintendo’s classic consoles selling like hotcakes and retro pixel graphics in vogue, but God help me, I can’t get enough of it. Perhaps this 50-game collection from a host of talented and proven developers will sate my retro thirst. UFO ...

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Creator Of Metroid II Fan Remake Hired To Work On Ori Sequel

One year ago today, a fan-made remake of Metroid II: Return of Samus was removed from the Internet – at least officially – following a DMCA takedown notice from Nintendo. It was a disappointing, but understandable move from the company, which made more sense following a later E3 reveal that it ...

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Telltale's Batman: The Enemy Within Episode 1 Review

Share. So many questions… By Ryan McCaffrey WARNING: Spoilers for Season One follow. If the first season of Telltale’s excellent Batman adventure series taught us anything, it’s that terrible, permanent things can happen to iconic franchise characters. The Enemy Within picks up a year after the events of Season One, ...

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Reader Discussion – What Game Needs Crossplay?

Fellow Game Informer editor Imran Khan yesterday opined about how Sony’s hesitance to enter the world of wider crossplay with the PlayStation 4’s third-party multiplatform titles. It’s an issue worth talking about, both because it speaks to how companies can shift their public perception through issues like this and because damn it, ...

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Pyre: The Best Tips and Tricks

This page contains tips, tricks and strategies for playing Pyre. Here you’ll find basic tips for new players and advanced tips for those who want to become even better in the Rites. If you know of additional tips or tricks not listed below, feel free to add to the list ...

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Super Replay – Pokémon Snap Episode 2

After the marathon that was Shenmue II, Andrew Reiner and I decided it was time to play something that didn’t require quite so much long-term commitment. We wanted something that felt closer to a walk in the park, or a leisurely ride through a park, which is how we landed ...

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