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Skull and Bones delayed again by Ubisoft

For the fifth time in it’s development cycle, Skull and Bones has yet again been delayed by Ubisoft. The game is now posed to launch on March 9th, 2023 on Xbox Series, Playstation 5 and PC. An Open Beta will be held ahead of the game’s worldwide launch to ensure players get a firsthand look at the dangerous world of Skull and Bones. Players will have the opportunity to discover the game’s unique take on the piracy fantasy, its gritty…

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Jack Move

Do you like turn-based rpgs? What about indie turn-based indies like Cosmic Star Heroine? If you said yes, then we have another turn-based rpg for you to check out! Here our review of Jack Move for the Xbox Series S! Jack Move is a turn-based rpg that’s set in a sci-fi noir Blade Runner-like world. You play as Noa, a hacker who ends up going up against a massive corporation. The game’s story is very interesting and its dialogue, especially,…

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Aquadine: A Enchanting Visual Novel Game Review (Xbox)

Aquadine is a beautiful visual novel where most of the story is pretty straightforward and players will have an immersive story experience when playing this game. I was given a chance to check out Aquadine from SoftColors, and I have to say it was really fun playing with it, I knew from the start I will enjoy a good story. My fellow writer Kevin Austin did a great review for the game from his perspective. In my review, we will…

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Microsoft Releases The Elite 2 Core Controller

The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 – Core in white and the Complete Component Pack are available today in select Xbox markets worldwide for $129.99 USD MSRP and $59.99 USD MSRP, respectively. The Core differs from the original Elite with a stripped-down version with a lower price tag but still delivers the quality build, battery life, and customization as the original just without the extra paddles, D-pads and thumb sticks. If you decided you do want to buy them…

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More Thoughts From Me: An Assassin’s Odyssey

I’ve never been into the Assassin’s Creed series. I tried. I thought I’d really love the Revolutionary War one and I didn’t. So I had no interest in playing any of the recent ones. But I have had extra time lately and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was on gamepass. I liked Immortals Fenyx Rising which was also set in ancient Greece time. Maybe Odyssey would be cool? So I downloaded it from gamepass and..oh my god. This game is awesome! Assassin’s…

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What’s New With the Activision Purchase?

Nine months ago Microsoft announced it was purchasing Activision. Here we are, in September, and things seem hardly any closer. There’s plenty of drama, and not much else it seems. So just what’s happening with this acquisition, and are we any closer to understanding what it means? There’s no doubt about it that plenty of work will be going on behind the scenes, and we’re getting the occasional snippet of that work too. But now the acquisition has hit a…

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Xbox Doesn’t Have a Japanese Problem

It’s age-old, and muttered in concerned tones whenever the topic gets brought up: Xbox just doesn’t do well in Japan. This week, Microsoft proved that chestnut wrong. There was an inevitability about this topic, thanks partly to Sony’s massive success in the PS3 era and the Xbox One’s lack of success in the east last generation. Now that is changing. Thanks to hard work behind the scenes and the addition of the Series S, Xbox is on its way to…

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Tinykin Review

So, Nintendo may have finally announced and given me a timeframe for Pikmin 4 after many, MANY long years. But in the meantime, something to help quench that thirst came along my way called Tinykin. Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a fan of the quirky games and some of my favorites of all time include Pikmin and Chibi-Robo (from the GameCube Era). Tinykin is heavily inspired by both of these games, and I couldn’t be happier with…

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Yakuza Deserves Its Mainstream Moment

In the last 24 hours, SEGA has announced three new Yakuza games. And anybody who has ever played a Yakuza game will tell you that this is fantastic news – and that it deserves to be more. The franchise, now seemingly switching to its original title of Like a Dragon in the west, has been a very long-running franchise, but until remakes starting coming out and the franchise hit Game Pass I’m not sure it was hitting the audience it…

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Assassin’s Creed Might Just Be Back

With a bevy of Assassin’s Creed announcements last night, it looks like the future might be bright for Assassin’s Creed. The hit franchise, which first appeared in the PS3/Xbox 360 era, has long been a staple for AAA gamers since the original following Altair. An update to the formula with Assassin’s Creed Origins meant it stayed relevant after fatigue for the franchise had begun to set in. But five years of giant RPGs has started to have their toll, mixed…

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