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Bastion And Transistor Dev Announces New RPG Pyre

The development team responsible for the beloved games Bastion and Transistor, Supergiant Games, has announced their next game today.The game is called Pyre and is described as a party-based RPG that has you wander through a “mystical purgatory” with other exiles while competing with others for the ability to return home.

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Transistor, Bastion developers reveal new RPG, Pyre

Bastion was an exceptional action-RPG, while Transistor shook thing up a bit with a clever mix of action and turn-based combat in its own futuristic world.There’s glimpses of some party-based combat with a few characters under your control, but aside from that there’s almost nothing to suggest how it plays.

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Saving the world isn't a one man job in the latest Warcraft trailer

While the first official trailer was solidly FOR THE HORDE (and more than enough to have Kervyn swooning in his seat), the latest trailer has given us more insight to the Alliance side, letting us in on the human’s plight of what happens when their world is suddenly invaded by enormous green monsters.As a portal opens to connect the two worlds, one army faces destruction and the other faces extinction.

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EA Originals Announced To Give All Profits Back To Small Developers, First Game Announced As Fe

EA is holding their first annual EA Play conference right now and of course they are discussing the likes of series such as Titanfall, Madden, and Mass Effect, but they also focused on the smaller scale with their new EA Originals.EA Originals seem to be their way of helping smaller indie developers to make games with the good will of helping them get all their profits earned, which is a big deal.

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Phil Spencer Considers This the Best Xbox Generation Yet

Phil Spencer, the head of the Xbox division, has made some comments today that have sparked some fierce debates across the internet.It all started with a news editor of Kotaku saying on Twitter that Microsoft’s console could not compete anymore with PlayStation 4 in terms of exclusives, to which Spencer indirectly replied that he considered Xbox One their best console generation yet.

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Nintendo Switch Will Not Have Virtual Console Support At Launch

The Virtual Console has become something that many Nintendo gamers come to expect with their Nintendo consoles, giving them access to some of the company’s classic games that appeared on older consoles.However, Nintendo has confirmed today that Nintendo Switch will not have a Virtual Console, at least at launch.

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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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The Division Set To Receive Two Free Expansions In Year 2

Exactly one year after launching The Division to the public, Massive Entertainment the development team responsible for the post-epidemic shooter has something special in store for their community.Which is none other than revealing their plans for what they plan to do with the game as it enters it’s second year.

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Paladins Upcoming OB 46 Patch Adds Latest Champion, Lex

Keeping true to their promise of releasing two new champions every three patches for their free-to-play hero shooter, Paladins.Hi-Rez Studios has officially revealed who will be available in the upcoming OB 46 patch that’s set to release sometime this week on the PC.

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YouTube Channel Owners Complain Over New Restrictions

That exact scenario happened to Mark Brown of “Game Maker’s Toolkit,” who says his videos “don’t contain anything remotely controversial.” To their credit, YouTube pointed out in 2015 – the same year Restricted Mode launched – that their filters aren’t going to always be completely accurate and that the burden of making sure things are properly filtered falls on the YouTube community itself.

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It's Not The Elder Scrolls VI but Bethesda Will Have Fallout 4 VR at E3 2017

While Bethesda RPG fans are all secretly holding their breath and waiting for the developer to announce the future of The Elder Scrolls series, it appears that the developer/publisher has tipped their hand as to what one of their big games of E3 2017 will be.We played an early version of Fallout 4 VR at E3 2016, and if you want our limited impressions of the experience you can read all about it here.

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