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King of Fighters XIV's netcode has some issues, and a fix is on the way

As I discussed in the review, I had the opportunity to test out select matches online before The King of Fighters XIV's release, but not enough to get a clear picture of the state of the netcode. Well, it launched yesterday, and I have some...   read

 
 
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Harvest Moon creator's next game channels Minecraft

Yasuhiro Wada, known for creating the Harvest Moon series, will go down as a legend. It's sad that we're seeing the confusing situation with Natsume happen (who is making its own Harvest Moon series to compete with Wada's Story of Seas...   read

 
 
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Multiplayer hits Don't Starve PS4 next month, with split-screen

Don't Starve Together managed to marry the horrors of survival with multiplayer when it debuted in 2014, but now it's coming to the PS4 -- and with split-screen, no less! It'll go for $14.99 on September 13, but there are a few options...   read

 
 
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No Man's Sky active userbase plummets on PC

While No Man's Sky seems to be a day-one success, especially by indie standards, everything that's happened after launch hasn't been all that promising. In addition to just about total radio silence from Hello Games about what happened to s...   read

 
 
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After nearly four months, VVVVVV is back on the 3DS eShop

Well this took a while. Back in May, Terry Cavanagh's VVVVVV was pulled from the 3DS eShop due to a homebrew exploit issue. It was kind of just...dormant for months, until finally popping back up this week. It seems to be fixed, and as a re...   read

 
 
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Two years after its announcement, Awesomenauts is coming to the Xbox One next month

Announced all the way back in mid-2014, Awesomenauts Assemble! (the console follow-up to the ill-fated original release that featured a nasty case of publishing problems) is coming to the Xbox One on September 7. As part of the celebra...   read

 
 
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Sakurai had a ton of trouble gathering different Pokemon voices for Smash Bros.

Pokemon is such a massive property now, there are a ton of hoops to jump through. For one you have Nintendo and Game Freak, who both are part owners in The Pokemon Company entity. Then there's the localization problems given the worldw...   read

 
 
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Bethesda shows off last Fallout 4 DLC ahead of its release

Bethesda streamed roughly an hour of the new Nuka-World DLC yesterday, the last planned add-on for Fallout 4, which you can watch below. It's recommended that you approach the DLC when you're "at least" level 30. At the start of the vi...   read

 
 
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Battlefield 1 is getting a customary FPS Season Pass

EA has announced the season pass for Battlefield 1, and it looks like it's going to run you $50 for four expansions. The first of which is due in March 2017 (five months after the game is released, so maybe wait before buying it?), titled "...   read

 
 
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Pokemon Go's new IV-like appraisal update is pretty basic

[Update: Internet sleuths have already figured out Niantic's code, and once again the community prevails at making Go a better game.] Yesterday's update description for Pokemon Go was light, but most of us veteran Pokemon pla...   read

 
 
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(Update) The first Dark Souls III DLC is called Ashes of Ariandel, is out in October

[Update #2: It's official! You can watch the trailer below. The DLC will add one new region (an "unnamed frozen land"), new bosses, armor, weapons, and magic. Dark Souls III's second and final add-on is still slated for early 2017.] [Update...   read

 
 
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Berserk Musou adds a playable Wyald to its ranks

Berserk is getting yet another playable character in the form of Wyald, a demonic beast-like entity that appeared in the manga, but not the TV show or films. Much like Zodd, he's capable of transforming into his bestial form based on t...   read

 
 
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The second Nioh beta is out today, with a new DLC to unlock

Nioh has rapidly shot up my "most anticipated" list. While Team Ninja is a hit or miss studio in a post-Itagaki world (who is also hit or miss these days!), it seemed to really nail it with this one. It helps that we've gotten not one,...   read

 
 
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Pokemon Go gets an actual feature added, not taken away, in new update

Niantic has been supporting Pokemon Go at a sluggish pace, taking away more features than adding them this past month in a half. But yesterday it notified us of an update that's coming in the form of version 0.35.0 on both iO...   read

 
 
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No Man's Sky 'LowFlight' mod takes the game off the rails

No Man's Sky, as we talked about previously, is a fun chill little game, but over time you'll start to notice its blemishes. For instance, on-planet flight can feel really clunky, almost like an afterthought (having to refuel every minute b...   read

 
 
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The mobile version of Lumines launches next month

Lumines has had a storied 12-year history, and after a four-year hiatus since the (good) Vita game, we're getting a new version. Before you get too excited, know that it's another mobile edition (there are at least three ports already, as t...   read

 
 
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Pokemon Go draws massive, scary Taiwan crowds

Pokemon Go is still big in Taiwan, and man is it insane. Most of the more popular Go areas around me are ghost towns at this point with just a dedicated few left, but these images verified by the Eastern Broadcasting Company show massive cr...   read

 
 
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Maid cafes CONFIRMED for Persona 5

One of my favorite things about playing RPGs set in Japan (before I was able to visit for myself last year for the first time!) is wandering the streets and learning new customs. The Yakuza series (minus the egregious cuts for 3) was r...   read

 
 
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What did you think of the Titanfall 2 beta?

Last night, the first open beta for Titanfall 2 (on consoles at least) concluded. I was actually kind of sad because I had just started enjoying myself, particularly with a few major design shifts and improvements that were made on the...   read

 
 
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King of Fighters XIV will get PS3 controller support with a day one patch

King of Fighters fans won't be left wanting for updates for XIV when it drops this week, as SNK has a day one patch already planned. Lead designer Hidetoshi Ishizawa has confirmed that not only will some characters be tweaked for ...   read

 
 
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Excuse me while I go play Shadow of the Colossus yet again

Shadow of the Colossus is one of those games that we'll be telling our kids about. Or if you already have kids, a game that you'll show them as "required reading" one day. It's so universally loved that it's cliche to even talk about it, bu...   read

 
 
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Fire Emblem was originally going to crossover with Pokemon before Conquest ruined it

We heard so little about Tokyo Mirage Sessons #FE over the course of its development that some of us feared it was canceled, but it had undergone a number of changes before it actually came out the way it did (which was good, by the way!). ...   read

 
 
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Epic Disney Racers was once in the works, RIP Epic Mickey IP

Would you have played Epic Disney Racers? I would have given it a shot. Some new information has popped up regarding a spinoff title in the same ill-fated "Epic" universe, which was of course canceled and will likely never see the light of ...   read

 
 
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The saga of Final Fantasy XIV on Xbox One continues

Final Fantasy XIV is one of the best MMOs right now, and you can play it on PC, PS3, and PS4, all on the same servers. Dope right? Well, the Xbox One is still out of the equation, but that ever-changing situation has once again opened itsel...   read

 
 
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Review: The King of Fighters XIV

While most people were introduced to fighters with Street Fighter, my first foray into the genre was King of Fighters at a local arcade. I had no prior training or guidance, I kind of just jumped in, picked Andy Bogard, and had a ball....   read

 
 
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