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Tales of Symphonia Remastered Is Now Available

Tales of Symphonia Remastered is out now for the PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Check out the launch trailer below, along with some thoughts from us about the game. Tales of Symphonia Remastered is out now for the PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. I remember playing the game on the Gamecube and liking it a lot. Symphonia is a jrpg with combat that is more action based. The graphics for the Remastered…

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Steamworld Build Announced

Thunderful Games announced the next game in the Steamworld series today. That game is Steamworld Build! Check out the announcement video below and then come back here for our thoughts on the game. Steamworld Build is the next game in the Steamworld series! I was shocked. I love that Thunderful Games is willing to do different things with the Steamworld games. And the next game is a city builder! Wow. Its so cool looking. In Steamworld Build, you are building…

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2023: A Look at the Third Parties

My round-up of 2023 glossed over third party support. In a year that’s going to be dominated by first party bighitters, it seemed like there just wasn’t the space. But here we go: a closer look at some of the third party games that we’ll be talking about this time next year too. Some of them we’ll be talking about positively, others not so much. Some will surprise, others will disappoint. I’ve tried to avoid timed exclusives unless there’s absolute…

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CRISIS CORE–FINAL FANTASY VII– REUNION | Launch Trailer

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII-Reunion comes out tomorrow! Check out the launch trailer for the game below. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII-Reunion will be out on December 13th, 2022. Thats tomorrow! It will be available on the Nintendo Switch, PS4/PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. I remember playing Crisis Core on the PSP and liking the game. The new Reunion version looks even better though. The graphics look stunning and the gameplay looks like a lot of fun.…

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Xbox Price Rise is an Understandable Disappointment

Xbox games will increase from $60 to $70 starting next year, and that’s a massive disappointment. Any price rise is understandable, but still disappointing. They’re not the first to do it. They join the likes of Sony, Activision and others in raising their base prices. And, of course, it helps that all these games go into Game Pass day one anyway. The price rise will hit those unwilling to subscribe but still interested in playing the hardest. During a cost…

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Sea of Thieves Season Eight Live Now

It’s hard to believe just how far this game has come and how many people are still playing it loyally. Available today is the launch of season 8 of Sea of Thieves. Season 8 introduces the ability to engage in ship-to-ship PvP combat on demand. Using the new Hourglass of Fortune, players can declare loyalty for one of two Factions, and in the process opt-in to engage players of the rival Faction in Pirate vs Pirate battles for Allegiance, Treasure,…

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Back To The Call of Duty Time Sink

There are regularly jokes about people buying Call of Duty and playing nothing but Call of Duty until the next game is out. Honestly, it’s easy to see why. Because you CAN. The amount of content these games offer up is unreal. Now, being able to alter and tinker with dozens of guns, in dozens of game modes both online and offline might not appeal to everybody. It doesn’t always appeal to me. But for those that it works for…

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PlayStation doesn’t NEED Call of Duty

In all the debates around Microsoft’s purchase of Activision, one has been the most frequent. How is PlayStation going to cope without Call of Duty? Should they have to? Is it fair? It’s been a while since we last looked at the Activision purchase. That’s mostly because a fat lot of nothing has happened. Decisions have been delayed, as you’d expect from a purchase of this size. A decision will still be made by the end of this financial year,…

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More Thoughts on Overwatch 2

It’s fair to say that Overwatch 2 has been the dominant game for me since it released. When I’m not playing it, I’m thinking about it. When I am playing it, I’m wondering why I’m not playing better. It’s still a great game. If anything, it’s a perfect team shooter let down by minor details (and its major battle pass problems). Today we will go through a few more of the issues I’ve found through extensively playing. Unfortunately, Overwatch is…

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Call of Duty: Are Sequels Just More Marketing?

Call of Duty is out, and the talk of the day isn’t about its tight multiplayer or enjoyable campaign. Most conversation seems wrapped around the NEXT Call of Duty. This one isn’t getting a sequel, it’s getting a “premium expansion” – and just what is the difference? If instead of another Black Ops game we get Modern Warfare 2-2, only it’s a paid expansion and everything is done via update… does it actually make any discernable difference in the eyes…

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