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  1. Share your last beaten games here!

    So is the best Far Cry game still 3? I think that's the one people swear by. Or 2, depending on who you talk to.
  2. Zen Studios has been incredibly successful over the years with their licensed pinball adaptations, and next week they'll keep their streak going with a new two-pack based on Star Wars: The Last Jedi. One table will be based on the overall plot of the film, featuring the Resistance on the run from the First Order, Finn and Rose's side adventure to the casino world of Canto Bight, and the final showdown on Crait. The second table will focus on the other half of the movie -- namely, Rey's time on Ach-to with Luke Skywalker. You'll get to play through both tables in the Star Wars: The Last Jedi two-pack is released as DLC for Pinball FX3 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam as well as Mac, the App Store, and the Google Play Store on April 17. Check out the trailers for both tables below! Source: Press Release Will you be checking out the latest Star Wars-themed tables for Pinball FX3?
  3. Runbow developer 13AM Games' next title is Double Cross

    I would guess $20 since I think that's where Runbow launched at. 13AM Games seems to be going for the same quality bracket as Image & Form (Steamworld series), so the price doesn't seem too farfetched, but I know what you mean.
  4. If you've been wondering how much longer you'd have to wait to play SNK's all-female fighting throwdown known as SNK Heroines ~Tag Team Frenzy~, then wonder no more. NIS America has announced that the game will be making its way to a Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 near you in both North America and Europe on September 7. Also announced as joining the in-game roster is another fan-favorite female fighter from SNK's past: Shermie. First appearing in King of Fighters '97, Shermie is a grappler and one of the Four Heavenly Kings of Orochi. Also, fun fact: she's based on the character of Fujiko Mine from the anime, Lupin the 3rd. Check out the trailer below to see Shermie in action. Source: Press Release Are you interested in playing as Shermie in SNK Heroines ~Tag Team Frenzy~?
  5. When you think of SNK, you probably think of their classic titles for NEOGEO, like The King of Fighters or Metal Slug series. However, SNK's earliest games were arcade titles that have mostly stayed in the past. Now NIS America is re-releasing those arcade titles for a whole new generation of gamers in a compilation called SNK 40th Anniversary Collection. Every title will feature updated graphics at 1080p, a rewind functionality that will help you easily bypass any pesky mistakes you make, redesigned control schemes, and high definition artwork and original promotional assets from each game. The collection currently stands at just over a dozen titles with more to be announced, according to NIS America. Here's a look at the first 13 games that have been announced. Alpha Mission (Console/Arcade) Athena (Console/Arcade) Crystalis (Arcade) Ikari Warriors (Console/Arcade) Ikari Warriors II: Victory Road (Console/Arcade) Ikari Warriors III: The Rescue (Console/Arcade) Guerilla War (Console/Arcade) P.O.W. (Arcade) Prehistoric Isle (Arcade) Psycho Soldier (Arcade) Street Smart (Arcade) TNK III (Console/Arcade) Vanguard (Arcade) It's worth noting that some games, like Crystalis -- which was only recreated as a Game Boy Color game -- haven't been available to play on any other platform since its arcade debut, so this is a great way to finally collect and experience them. SNK 40th Anniversary Collection is currently slated for release on Nintendo Switch this Fall. A more detailed release date will be provided at a later date. Source: Press Release What are your thoughts on NIS bringing back some of SNK's older games?
  6. We found last year's Chicken Wiggle to be a fun and charming platformer, but unfortunately, the game was released on 3DS at a time when its audience had moved onto the Nintendo Switch, and it didn't perform as expected sales-wise. Not one to give up so easily, Atooi's Jools Watsham launched a Kickstarter on March 6 to bring an HD version of the game -- renamed Chicken Wiggle Workshop -- to the Nintendo Switch. The good news is that the Kickstarter crossed the threshold with success, closing after meeting its funding goal and the first stretch goal. Not only does this mean that the Switch version of the game will go into production and get a visual upgrade with redone HD art, it also means that Grant Kirkhope -- legendary video game composer who scored Banjo Kazooie, Donkey Kong 64, and more -- will be contributing an all-new orchestral soundtrack to the game. Of course, the level creation and sharing aspect will also be present in this new version, as will be the function to switch back and forth between retro visuals (of the 3DS version) and the newer, HD art. According to its Kickstarter, Atooi is aiming to have Chicken Wiggle Workshop available on Nintendo Switch by December 2018. Source: Kickstarter Are you excited that Chicken Wiggle be getting an enhanced HD version for Switch?
  7. After leaking online late yesterday in an online store listing, Activision has revealed today that Spyro the Dragon is indeed returning in late September in a fully remastered collection titled Spyro Reignited Trilogy. Unlike last year's Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, which was remastered by Vicarious Visions, Spyro Reignited Trilogy is being worked on by Toys for Bob, the same developer that created the now-defunct Skylanders series. Insomniac Games, who developed the original Spyro trilogy of games, is not involved with this collection. IGN spoke with Toys for Bob's Paul Yan and Joshua Nadelberg, who revealed that the original score (which was composed by The Police's Stewart Copeland) has been reimagined for this collection. Also, while the original Spyro was split between two different voice actors, the Spyro in Reignited Trilogy will be entirely voiced by Tom Kenny -- the renowned voice actor behind Sponge Bob Squarepants and many other characters, and who originally did the voice for Spyro in Spyro: Ripto's Rage and Spyro: Year of the Dragon. Spyro Reignited Trilogy is slated for release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 21. No official release has been announced for Nintendo Switch as of yet, though the game is listed on Nintendo UK's online store; it is unknown if this is simply a mistake or if that version's reveal will come at a later time. Check out some of the gorgeous remastered footage from the remastered collection below. Source: PlayStation Blog Are you excited that Spyro is coming back?
  8. 13AM Games' colorful platformer Runbow has been a modest hit for the indie developer over the past few years, releasing first on Wii U and then subsequently on other platforms. Now the Canadian indie team is ready to unveil its next game. Double Cross is an action-adventure game that puts players into the role of Zahra -- an agent of an interdimensional peace-keeping agency called R.I.F.T. (Regulators of Interdimensional Frontiers and Technology) -- as she investigates an attack on the organization by an unknown assailant and must uncover their nefarious plans. One big aspect of the game will give players the ability to custom tailor their own play style by collecting Upgradium and using it to level up and unlock new R.I.F.T. gear. The game's adventure style investigation system also lets players tackle levels in the order they want. Double Cross is currently being planned for release on Nintendo Switch and Steam later this year. If you're going to PAX East, you'll be able to demo the game if you stop by publisher Grafitti Games' booth. Be sure to check out the game's initial trailer below. Source: 13AM Games Are you interested in checking out Double Cross?
  9. Spider-Man PS4 game's release date will be revealed tomorrow! Woohoo :D

  10. Yeah, I just checked and it's certified fresh at 75% on Rotten Tomatoes. It's more fun if you see with friends, but I definitely recommend seeing it regardless.
  11. If you're into LEGO, they have some pretty neat stuff on their online store right now. Just a disclosure: I'm not being paid or getting anything free from LEGO; I just think these sets are cool. Of course, being a big Tron fan, I have to plug the exclusive new Tron set first! https://shop.lego.com/en-US/TRON-Legacy-21314 They also have other cool exclusive sets (some are limited too) like Iron Man's Hulkbuster suit, a ship in a bottle, and more. You can check out the other ones at the link below. https://shop.lego.com/en-US/New-Exclusives
  12. So yesterday I went to see Ready Player One, and despite Twitter and the rest of the internet ready to disparage it completely before its release, I actually thought it was pretty good. To reiterate what I mentioned on Twitter, it's not high cinema in any form but it is a fun popcorn flick that's made in the same spirit as some of Spielberg's films from the '80s and '90s (The Goonies, Hook, Jurassic Park etc.). There's a surprising amount of self-aware humor in it; despite the fact that the futuristic world has major issues (overpopulation has caused people to resort to spending most of their time in a VR-simulated world where even its currency is more widely used than in the real world), it never gets too serious for its own good and heavy-handed with its themes. At the end of the day, it's mostly about visually-intense action-packed sequences and the protagonists reaching the easter egg built into the game before the movie's antagonist can (an evil corporation bent on gaining control of "The Oasis" and thus the world). It's a fun experience all-around, and I definitely recommend either seeing it in 70mm or IMAX 3D if you can. The 3D is SURPRISINGLY good in this as is the sound. Not lying when I say this is probably the most impressed I've been from hearing the sound in a movie in a long time; this one will get nominated for visual and sound Oscars for sure this year. Anyhow, go see it if you're on the fence or interested. It's pretty good. Have any of you seen it yet? If so, what did you think of it?
  13. Hey! I'm still alive here and checking the activity feed every day just so everyone else knows. A big thanks and shout-outs to those of you who are still lurking and doing the same (Venom, DarkCobra, Rex, among others). I'll be posting a few forum threads here between today and tomorrow so check back here for some discussion on stuff. Also hoping to increase my output in regards to articles (we'll also have some new reviews going up soon). Thanks!

  14. Dragon Quest fans, you can rest easy now. Square Enix has finally confirmed Dragon Quest XI's release date in the West; you'll finally get to play it in September. Of course, we had previously heard from Dragon Quest creator Yuji Hori that the game would be making its way westward in 2018 so this doesn't come as too much of a surprise. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age will purportedly have over 100 hours of content and will also offer changes not seen in the original Japanese release, such as an English voiceover track, a new mode called "Draconian Quest" (essentially a hard mode for more experienced players), overhauled menus and UI, a camera mode that allows players to take in views of the landscapes and character models, and a new dash function in addition to improved character movement and camera control. If you pre-order the game on the PlayStation store, you'll gain access to "The Legend Reborn" theme in addition to DLC items when the game launches. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age will release on PlayStation 4 and Steam on September 4. You can check out some of the first footage of the Western version of the game below. Source: Press Release Are you excited for the release of Dragon Quest XI in the West?
  15. PlayStation Plus dropping free PS3 and PS Vita titles in 2019

    I just hope it doesn't mean they're getting ready to shut down the PSP/PS3 PSN servers. Even though those PS Stores are terrible to use, I hope they stay up for a long while, if only because hundreds (thousands?) of games will disappear when it goes down.
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