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Katana Zero wears its Hotline Miami influences on its kimono

Fast, loud, vibrant, and violent. Devolver Digital's newest signee Katana Zero wastes no time making an impression, filled to the brim with the sort of constant carnage you'd expect from a game about a contract-killing samurai. It's im...

 
 
 
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ARK: Survival Evolved makes its Switch debut next month

The popular dino survival game ARK: Survival Evolved will be hitting Nintendo Switch on November 30, 2018, for $49.99. It will be bringing the original ARK map and even have an offline mode for players on the go. The online mode is said to ...

 
 
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Everything from NYCC, cosplay, and Bowsette

After a few days of recovery, it's time to wrap up our coverage of New York Comic-Con. Between all of the running around most of us did from the Javitz Center to Madison Square Garden for the big panels, the Flixist crew is pretty damned ti...

 
 
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Steel Division II is the next step in strategy game evolution

This week I was able to get a behind the scenes look at the work Eugen Systems has been putting into their upcoming World War II strategy game Steel Division II. From the onset of the demo, when game director Alexis Le Dressay said that the...

 
 
 
 
 
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Killer7 remains incredibly sick and scintillating on PC

I imagine most visitors to PAX West this year don’t even know about NIS America’s suite at the Sheraton in Seattle. In a small room on the second floor of the hotel, a half-dozen NISA employees in “Dood” jerseys dire...

 
 
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Bloodroots asks: What if Jackie Chan was a murderous viking?

PAX's Indie Megabooth is always worth checking out, and it's frequently one of the most crowded sections of the show floor. You never know exactly what to expect when you visit, but there's almost always something exciting and eye-catching ...

 
 
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What the Golf? makes a boring sport better

What the Golf? is by far the shortest appointment I had at PAX West. In the overcrowded Indie Megabooth, where a day earlier I meet former Destructoid editor Hamza for the first time, its quirky demo encourages people to watch the utte...

 
 
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Gris' beauty isn't just skin deep

Gris is an absolutely stunning game. The first title from Spanish studio Nomada made a splash in mid-August when it announced a publishing deal with Devolver Digital. Anyone can immediately tell it's a real looker. That beauty isn't j...

 
 
 
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Ooblets is cuter than should be allowed by law

Double Fine is always trying something new. The developer regularly invites employees to pitch their game ideas during its annual Amnesia Fortnight events, internal game jams where no idea is too bizarre. Several well-regarded games have re...

 
 
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Dragon Marked for Death will make for some kick-ass co-op

Inti Creates is one of the more reliable supporters of Nintendo hardware. Its games are a shining beacon of quality on the 3DS and its Switch output is quickly matching that same level of excellence. The developer jumped on board quite quic...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Wandersong is music to my ears

Having now gone to my first E3 and first PAX as a member of Destructoid, I'm not sure if I'll ever go to either of these events again if I'm not a member of the press. It spoils a person to get almost instant access to any game they want, b...

 
 
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Outer Wilds is a world I'm dying to explore

When procedural generation became a big thing, there were a lot of high hopes about what it could mean for infinitely explorable spaces. Some games do it better than others, but a lot of the time a strange paradox occurs: with everything di...

 
 




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NinjaSpped

I was wondering do we have a DTOID Master Birthday List like the Contact list? If not, I could make a blog so we can keep People can comment their birthdays here if you want BUMP!

 
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I’ve been considering which horror villain would be best for MK XI, and I think I’ve decided on The Concept of Racism from Get

 
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U wot m8?

 
TheIntern

I held off playing the RE2 demo because I didnt want to know how Capcom had fucked up another PC port but then I started playing it and it worked and I want it why wont they tell me what the difference is between standard and deluxe editions,

 
Punished Nietzsche

Tales of Vesperia has a World thats a nice And so far, impressions are pretty I see now why it been regarded as the best Tales game, and Yuri is an awesome main character :D

 
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CaimDark Reloaded

Third game of the year, DOOM, is done! It was a good idea to try again on PC after it didnt really click on PS4, a fast-paced shooter like that feels much better with a trusty I didnt love Doom as much as most, but mechanically its

 
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Happy Birthday um *reads Larry, grizzly bear, mexican food and the buddha?

 
LaTerry

30 years or so ago Jump had a Dragon Quest The main character of that manga was just confirmed for Jump My interest in this game just rose Also

 
Sharukurusu

Im really into Ace Combat 7 so The multiplayer is solid, and the campaign is a lot of fun!

 
 

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