Month: July 2018

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With this day 31 decades ago, the first Metal Gear published to the MSX2 and kickstarted what would become one of the most iconic franchises in gaming history. To celebrate this milestone, Jordan Vogt-Roberts, the director of the forthcoming Metal Gear Solid film, has made a decision to devote another 31 days releasing art alongside “next-gen artists”
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Last September, Fall of Light premiered on PC, however, console enthusiasts were left disappointed as, in the time, they had no idea once the title would make its way into the programs. Presently, however, enthusiasts can celebrate as independent programmers RuneHeads and Digerati declared the action RPG is now making its way to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo
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Today Koei Tecmo teased the theme song for its upcoming Musou game Warriors Orochi 4.  The tune will probably be “Kakumei no Masquerade Warriors Orochi Version” (Revolutionary Masquerade) and it’ll be performed by singer and voice actress Suzuko Mimori (depicted below). Mimori-san will also play in the game as the voice of the brand new playable personality Athena.
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Austin-based studio Panic Button has been at the forefront of this news recently especially for its own vents. Largely, they functioned on Nintendo Switch ports of games such as Rocket League, Doom, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, along with also the recently-announced Warframe, however the Switch isn’t their sole domain as they are also working on Subnautica for PS4
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Originally released in 2016, the open-world action-adventure game Mafia III gained praise for the action-packed narrative that also addressed some hard-hitting topics of racism and social inequality in the united states during the 1960s, while the game’s creative team shown that it had a far more shocking opening to kick the game in your mind. In