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New This Week in Video Games (4/10 - 4/16)

Last week was easily one of the fullest lineups of games we’ve had in one week, though most of them were VR specific titles that were launched to work with the new VR devices like the Oculus Rift and Vive.While this week is much fewer in quantity, the quality is there with one of the most hyped games of the year.

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Check Out The Tutorial Video For Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: All-Star Carnival

Square Enix is hosting a location test for their upcoming arcade rhythm game, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: All-Star Carnival, and they’ve provided a look at a tutorial video for the game.For those of you that played any of the other Theatrhythm games, the way it’s played is pretty self-explanatory, except the arcade version has its own unique controllers that go with its own features.

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New This Week in Video Games (8/7 - 8/13)

The fall gaming season may not be upon us quite yet, but this week easily brings us one of the most anticipated games of the last few years, though the rest of the output this week is somewhat lacking.No Man’s Sky first debuted at the 2014 The Game Awards and surprised us all with such a premise, and the release is finally here this week.

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New Battlefield 1 Video Shows Off The Game's Vehicles

While we’ve seen all of the vehicles shown off in this video before, this one gives a more behind-the-scenes look into how the developers designed them and the research that went into delivering a true to life replication.The gameplay and the accompanying commentary is very interesting, giving us more extremely impressive gameplay to go along with some solid insights into development.

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New This Week in Video Games (8/21 - 8/27)

The summer is starting to wind down and that means we are getting closer to the always big fall gaming season.While September and onward will have a barrage of games most every week, August still has some hard hitters and a few of them are launching this week.

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"Apocalypse Now" Video Game Launches Kickstarter

Francis Ford Coppola, the director of films like Patton, The Godfather, and Apocalypse Now, is teaming up with a team of game developers to make “an immersive, psychedelic horror RPG” based on the latter film.Coppola released a personal statement on the project, saying that he’s going the crowdfunding route to make the game a reality “because the traditional game publisher system won’t let this happen.

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New Video Gives Closer Look at Nintendo Switch Hardware

If you’re like us, you’re counting down until the March 3rd launch of the Nintendo Switch, and Nintendo has released a new video to give the world its closest look yet at the new console/handheld hybrid.The video shows off how the Nintendo Switch works in both handheld and docked modes, as well as explains what kind of touchscreen the console has and how the Switch’s Joy-Con controllers can be either attached to a controller grip or the console itself.

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Nintendo Switch Video Details eShop and News Features

The Nintendo Switch is only a few days away from release, but despite being able to review the system, some features are still locked away behind a Day One update.These include a News feature that is featured prominently on the console’s main screen, and the eShop, which will go live on March 3rd offering a few Switch games for purchase.

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Learn About Prey's Enemy Aliens, the Typhon, in New Video

The game features a dark and interesting story involving aliens, science, and how the two can go very wrong when mixed together.A new video, released today, lifts some of this mystery by going in-depth on what appear to be the game’s main enemies, the Typhon aliens.

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2017 Video Game Hall Of Fame Finalists Announced

Much like in past years, the 2017 finalists for the Video Game Hall of Fame are a “who’s who” of gaming royalty, with some strong contenders.Street Fighter II (1991): Capcom’s 2D one-on-one fighting game made the fighting game genre what it is today, and filled arcades with eager competitors, eventually leading to esports as we now know them.

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