Month: November 2017

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Hardly any fledgling indie games possess the overwhelming community service which  Stardew Valley has seen. Fortunately, the game’s programmer Eric Barone and writer Chucklefish have pushed out a fresh upgrade with expected fixes plus a new Nintendo Switch feature recording. According to  Stardew Valley’s official dev website, patch 1.2.36 is a fix with a few attributes that have already
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Even the  Destiny community has seen better days. Partially rocked by allegations of a particularly harsh XP climbing system, the neighborhood has been airing their grievances during livestreams and the committed Reddit communities — so much so that Bungie issued a statement that approaches and   Destiny 2‘s in-game market would be getting new modifications, to be announced this week.
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Armor Games announced today that they will be launching Cartoon developer Huge Dragon’s lighthearted action-platformer The Adventure Pals on PC and consoles at Spring of 2018. To celebrate this statement, some new screenshots of this game were released. The developers also revealed that the game will be playable in PSX this calendar year, which takes
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Anuman Interactive and Microïds declared today that they’d be releasing their mystery adventure game Syberia 2 on Nintendo Switch tomorrow, November 30. To celebrate its release, a trailer for the game has been released, showcasing cinematic cutscenes and gameplay in handheld mode. The release of Syberia 2 on Nintendo Switch comes just over a month after
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In a surprise statement from developer Bethesda, both key pillars of the studio — The Elder Scrolls and   Fallout — will probably be receiving their own previously-revealed Xbox One X updates now. Offering enhanced visuals throughout the board, Xbox One X owners can now play in 4K to get  Fallout 4 and   The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition. However, what would