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The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing Brings Launch Trailer

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Diablo fans are going to recognize this. The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Extended Edition brings the gothic-noir action-RPG to PlayStation 4 (and Pro) with the titular Van Helsing and his history of battling just so, so many monsters. He’s not totally alone either, aside from up to four

Get Your First Look at the Nintendo eShop on the Switch

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Earlier in the week Nintendo released a little video to help owners of the Switch start setting up their console. The most recent footage reveals a little more than previously seen regarding the news features as well as eShop. When powering on or waking up from sleep mode, articles

WWE 2K17 Slams Japan Next Week

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The latest in the WWE 2K line of games is heading to the Far East as it will be released in Japan. WWE 2K17 features a collection of superstars from WWE, WCW, NXT and more! You can recreate classic matches with various Hall of Fame wrestlers as well as wreak

The Next Pokémon Movie Receives a Brand New Trailer

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Months ago it was revealed that Pokémon’s next film would have some very familiar characters, scenes, and locations. Of course, some of that was obvious since they all star Ash and Pikachu. However, everything shown so far will definitely remind old school fans of why they fell in love with

New Dawn of War III Trailer Showcases Environments

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SEGA and Relic have released a new trailer for Dawn of War III today, specifically focused on the in-game environments. Narrated by Relic’s art director Matt Kuzminski and lead environmental artist Tristan Brett, the trailer gives insight on what to expect as the game nears completion. Both Kuzminski and Brett

Love Mythos Mixes Visual Novels and Puzzle Bobble

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If you’re into visual novels with a healthy dose of gameplay, then perhaps Love Mythos: Sanctuary Island is up your alley. The visual novel component of Love Mythos: Sanctuary Island focuses on tales of love which focus on inclusivity. Then there’s the Puzzle Bobble-style gameplay segments which can affect the game depending

Spooky’s Jump Scare Mansion Gets the HD Treatment

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Spooky’s Jump Scare Mansion is a cute, jump scare-y free to play title which released in 2015 on Steam. That wasn’t the end of development by Albino Moose Games, though. They’ve been working on a HD version which ports the game from Game Maker 8 to Unity and now Spooky’s

Did You Know Breath of the Wild Started As an 8-Bit Game?

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At GDC (Game Developers Conference) this week, a prototype of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was shown off. This prototype utilized 8-bit like graphics reminiscent of the original Legend of Zelda in a 3-D engine and demonstrated mechanics present in the finalized product. You can