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One year later, ReCore's finally pretty good

Today, September 13, is the one-year anniversary of ReCore's release. In our review, I scored it a 4 out of 10, citing a ton of technical issues and a needlessly drawn-out end-game as factors that overshadowed how good the first two-thirds ...

 
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ReCore is definitively getting a Definitive Edition

From out of nowhere, Microsoft has put up a listing for ReCore Definitive Edition on its website. We kind of knew this was happening since March, but the lack of a formal announcement is surprising. If you're interested, you can now pre-ord...

 
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What's up with ReCore? We find out in five days

You'd be forgiven if you thought ReCore was dead. For months now, it's existed akin to a heart rate monitor that blips the faintest beat just often enough to indicate there's still some life left. We'll find out in five days what that ...

 
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ReCore gets a demo, and that's the best way to experience it

Those who are on the fence about buying ReCore have the opportunity to get pushed over to the other side. Microsoft has released a demo for its $40 budget title. The demo is unfiltered access to the first half hour of Joule's journey t...

 
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ReCore's Xbox One load times are getting fixed this week

ReCore players on Xbox One will soon find that the game demands slightly less of their time. Armature Studios is rolling out a patch this week that cuts down on the egregiously long loading sequences, some of which are in excess of two...

 
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ReCore's missing fifth robot seemingly coming as DLC

Players who have put significant time in ReCore have noticed something that's kind of off. The game makes room for a fifth robot companion -- there's allotted space in the menu, references to the T8-NK frame, and five hunting challenge...

 
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ReCore's lengthy load times won't be improved for launch

Now that I've had a chance to play through all of ReCore, I realize that it's a game I liked a lot until I no longer liked it a lot. It stumbles and falls the longer it's played. All of the frustrations mount until its welcome is worn out. ...

 
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Review: ReCore

[Update: Here's a look at the massive "Definitive Edition" overhaul update that went live in September of 2017. This content is free for existing owners.] "Are those cores weighing you down," ReCore's antagonist asks toward the end of the g...

 
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God I hope Recore is good

This  launch video cements it -- Recore is basically Tomb Raider with robots, as the leading lady Joule Adams is following in her father's footsteps, adventuring out in the wilderness to solve puzzles and engage in combat. And lik...

 
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ReCore could've just as easily been named 'DeCore'

To some extent, ReCore's name makes sense. It's a game about restoring power by stashing new cores in currently power-less things. But, in a more minute-to-minute sense, it could've also been titled DeCore because getting those power s...

 
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Rumor: Keiji Inafune's ReCore will launch this September

Based on a series of leaks from NeoGAF, it looks like information on ReCore has been revealed before more official notice from Microsoft in tomorrow's E3 conference (it's an exclusive, after all). Firstly, the official release date is Septe...

 
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Keiji Inafune's ReCore is launching on PC too

A big to-do was made about ReCore's reveal at E3 2015, as it seemed Keiji Inafune's next game would be an Xbox One exclusive. It turns out that's only a half-truth, as ReCore will also be available on Microsoft's Windows 10. The reveal...

 
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Keiji Inafune still loves robots, talks about ReCore

"Robots play a very important role in this adventure, and there will be many more robots that will lead to a rich experience." Okay, Inafune, we get it. Newly announced ReCore is your third (3rd!) Not-Mega-Man game. It's just that this one...

 

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Holy shit, they brought this cancelled game back from the dead? I mean itll inevitably still be an outdated game at this point, but even as a non-Bionicle fan (I did played the 2003 Bionicle game back then), this is still something Im interesting

 
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Im one of like five people whos excited for this, but fuck Modern AAA games dont hold a candle to a fixed-up, unreleased, JANK-ass PC game based on muthafuggin BIONICLE!

 
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