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1:30 PM on 03.31.2015

Atlus USA localizing Nintendo 3DS RPG Stella Glow

Nintendo 3DS role-playing game Stella Glow is coming to the Americas, Atlus just announced.  Players take on the role of Alto, a young knight who must convince Witches throughout the Regnant Kingdom to join his si...

Kyle MacGregor



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Review: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare: Ascendance
by Chris Carter

I've come to really enjoy Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's multiplayer months down the line. It's withstood the test of time, and although I was skeptical of Sledgehammer Games' first Duty outing, it has done a decent job at differentiating itself from Treyarch and Infinity Ward, and in most ways, it has already surpassed the latter.

The latest pack is Ascendance, which brings in a few extras outside of the typical four-map, one-zombie level delivery system. It's a better effort than Havoc thanks to the injection of some grappling hooks, but for $15, not every piece of the puzzle carries its load.

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12:30 PM on 03.31.2015

Ooh, April's PlayStation Plus lineup has Never Alone

April's free-game lineup for PlayStation Plus subscribers is full of titles I intend to play (or so I tell myself) but haven't gotten around to just yet. Never Alone, that wondrous folklore-inspired platformer about a young I...

Jordan Devore







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Review: Paperbound
by Chris Carter

I don't think I'll ever get tired of arena battle games. I can see myself as a grandfather one day, playing my favorite character in a future iteration of Super Smash Bros., reminiscing with my progeny about how great the old games were, and how overpowered Meta Knight was decades ago. It's those kinds of people who will enjoy Paperbound, the newest arena kid on the block.

While it doesn't have the panache of many other recent arena games like Samurai Gunn or TowerFall, it's still a decent way to spend an afternoon with friends gathered around the couch.

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11:45 AM on 03.31.2015

Google Maps is now a giant game of Pac-Man

I like when companies channel their April Fools' Day creativity into something real as opposed to just announcing a phony product or service that really ought to exist. This year, Google has another fun interactive gag for us...

Jordan Devore

11:01 AM on 03.31.2015

Travel to India and Russia in future episodes of Assassin's Creed Chronicles this fall

Recently, I got to go hands-on with Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China. For this downloadable title, Ubisoft redesigned the AC experience to fit within a 2.5D perspective. With China releasing next month, players will finally...

Alessandro Fillari



Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China gives the series a fresh perspective photo
Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China gives the series a fresh perspective
by Alessandro Fillari

It's not often we see a major player in the big leagues of yearly releases reinvent itself in a more modest and distinct way. With Assassin's Creed titles expected every year, it's been a bit of a challenge for Ubisoft to keep things interesting for players. And after last year's rough launch for its first true current-gen outing with Assassin's Creed Unity, the company now plans to try something a bit different with its popular brand.

Though there's still another major release coming this year, Ubisoft has hopes that the Assassin's Creed Chronicles trilogy will switch things up. At a recent press event, we got to learn more about this surprising smaller-scale reinvention of Assassin's Creed, and how it has echoes of classic titles such as Prince of Persia. Speaking with the developers from Climax Studios, they seek to reinvigorate the AC experience in the 2.5D perspective while retaining the tried-and-true action-stealth gameplay the series is known for.

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10:00 AM on 03.31.2015

Where's our MLB 15 The Show review? (Royals suck edition)

PlayStation's baseball monopoly continues this year with the consistently good MLB 15 The Show (PS3, PS4, Vita). That does come with more caveats than ever this year. Online servers seem to be shutting down for the previous ...

Steven Hansen

9:00 AM on 03.31.2015

There will be a Nintendo Direct tomorrow ;) ;)

There have been rumors flying around the Internet that there would be a Nintendo Direct on April 1. Some of the rumors include Splatoon amiibo, new footage of the next Star Fox game, and a new Wii U game in which players take...

Darren Nakamura

8:30 AM on 03.31.2015

Is Atlus teasing an Attack on Titan localization?

Earlier today, the Twitter account for Atlus USA posted a very strange Vine. The short clip features a man destroying tiny ketchup packet people, splatting red on walls and eating a hotdog. We were initially confused, what on...

Laura Kate Dale



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Review: Story of Seasons
by Brittany Vincent

As a fan of both casual and intermediate simulation and farming games, the Harvest Moon series has always been a mainstay for me. I grew up on several different iterations of the Natsume-published entries beginning with Harvest Moon GB, dabbled with PlayStation 2 releases, and graduated to portable DS titles that found me clearing derelict farms of trees and debris and dating the farmer of my dreams.

Story of Seasons, the latest “proper” entry in the Harvest Moon series, is the first modern farm sim to channel the glory days of my youth. 

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7:00 AM on 03.31.2015

Metal Gear movie gets new screenwriter

So, do you remember that Metal Gear Solid movie that got announced back in 2012? Well, it's apparently still happening despite the relative silence on the project and all the recent rumblings with Kojima. Sony Pictures have r...

Laura Kate Dale

6:00 AM on 03.31.2015

Dead or Alive 5 PC missing features

If you're a fan of the Dead or Alive series then you may have been excited to see that Dead or Alive 5: Last Round is finally out on Steam. However, it's probably important for you to know that it's releasing without a bunch ...

Laura Kate Dale

5:00 AM on 03.31.2015

Chris Charla would love to see No Man's Sky on Xbox One

On the newest episode of The Inner Circle Podcast, ID@Xbox director Chris Charla stated that he would love to see No Man's Sky release on Xbox One, but understands that the decision ultimately comes down to the developer Hell...

Laura Kate Dale





4:00 AM on 03.31.2015

Goodbye European regional pricing?

Are you a gamer in Germany fed up of not being able to get the same version of a game as other countries in Europe? Perhaps you're a UK gamer fed up that you're being charged more for a game that your French friends for the s...

Laura Kate Dale

9:00 PM on 03.30.2015

A lot of people want a game about Black Steampunk Sherlock Holmes

This concept art for a new Sherlock Holmes game isn't new. Former Starr Mazer artist Christina Antoinette threw it together a while ago, but for whatever reason, it's found new life on Twitter over the past few days...

Jonathan Holmes