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Berserk And The Band Of The Hawk Review

Hyrule Warriors and Dragon Quest Heroes are two solid examples, using the Dynasty Warriors series’ core and then elevating it with the personality and nuances of each respective series.Now that same idea is being used with the Berserk series, which originated as a manga and is notable for its very dark and twisted tone.

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Horizon: Zero Dawn Day One Patch Detailed

We recently learned that Horizon: Zero Dawn’s day one patch was going to be pretty small compared to day one patches of most other games, and today we have the details regarding what the patch includes.Unsurprisingly, it doesn’t make any major alterations or additions to the game, and instead is focused on PS4 Pro support.

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Research Firm Predicts Horizon: Zero Dawn To Match Uncharted 4 Sales

Gaming research firm SuperData is expecting Horizon: Zero Dawn to net about 6 million sales by the end of the year and 8 million total, according to a report by GameFly.That total sales number is important, as it would put the new property by Guerilla Games right alongside established gaming royalty, as it would be close to the sales totals of games like Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.

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Phil Spencer Says Gaming Is Not A Race Between Two Consoles

After stating how Xbox is having their best gen ever with the Xbox One, one person asked how Xbox can be doing better if so many Xbox 360 owners jumped over to PS4, while fewer PS3 owners jumped over to Xbox One.Instead, Spencer shared a different approach that he said he is taking with the measurement of success of the Xbox One in a tweet.

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Free Xbox Games With Gold For March 2017 Revealed

Sony’s been late to their announcement as of late, but Microsoft is on the ball once again, revealing the free Xbox Games with Gold titles for March 2017 already.Once again we’ll get four new games playable on Xbox One, two of which via Xbox One Backwards Compatibility.

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New US PlayStation Store Deals Include Critic's Choice and EA Games

This week’s US PlayStation Store deals come with a selection of highly reviewed titles and games from publishers like EA or Atlus.Some of the highlights include Overwatch, Batman: Return to Arkham, Titanfall 2, The Witcher 3, Battlefield 1, various EA Sports games and nearly the complete Persona series.

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Nintendo Switch Adds Shovel Knight To Its Launch Lineup

The Nintendo Switch’s launch lineup has drawn some criticism due to the lack of games that will be available right out of the gate, though today we learn that some indie games will be stepping in to make things a little better.The big one is Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove and its Specter of Torment expansion, which will also be joined by Fast RMX on the console on March 3rd.

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility List Grows by Six Titles Today

The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list is already over 300 games long, but today sees one of the biggest additions to it since the feature first launched over a year ago.Six new games are available to play on Xbox One via Backwards Compatibility, with one being of definite interest to fans of the Assassin’s Creed series.

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Future Marvel Games Not Tied to Comic Continuity

In an interview with IGN, Marvel Games Creative Director Bill Rosemann says the “House of Ideas” is giving developers complete freedom with their licensed characters.“We want to give our partners…freedom to look at all of Marvel history and to pick from what interests them,” Rosemann says.

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WB Games Makes Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Official

After a major retailer leaked its existence, WB Games has decided “what the heck, let’s go for it” and officially unveiled Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, a sequel to the surprisingly good 2014 hit, Shadow of Mordor.Speaking of the Scorpio version, WB Games confirmed that version of the game won’t be any more expensive than the Xbox One version, perhaps putting at ease some worried about Scorpio games costing more than the current generation’s titles.

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WB Games Makes Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Official, Releasing 8/22

After a major retailer leaked its existence, WB Games has decided “what the heck, let’s go for it” and officially unveiled Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, a sequel to the surprisingly good 2014 hit, Shadow of Mordor.Speaking of the Scorpio version, WB Games confirmed that version of the game won’t be any more expensive than the Xbox One version, perhaps putting at ease some worried about Scorpio games costing more than the current generation’s titles.

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Twitch to Begin Selling Games

The program is expected to launch sometime this spring, and would allow livestream viewers who like what they see to instantly and directly buy the games they’re watching.“Viewers have always used Twitch as a way to ‘demo’ games before they buy,” the company says in a blog post.

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