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Koei Tecmo Couldn’t Salvage The Data for Ninja Gaiden Black And Ninja Gaiden II

Last month, it was announced that the Nintendo Switch was getting a Ninja Gaiden trilogy release. But to the chagrin of some, this bundle includes Ninja Gaiden Sigma 1 and Sigma 2. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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What Are You Playing This Weekend?

This weekend is for calling up your broker on their day off and asking them to explain all this Gamestop nonsense. It’s also about going to the big city and practicing your alchemy skills in really short shorts. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Age of Calamity Is a Zelda History Lesson That Echoes Across Time

Each entry in Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda franchise has been a discrete story following the Hero of Time and Hyrule’s legendary princess as they fight to keep the ultimate evil at bay. At the same time, all of the different games also fit together as pieces of a larger overarching narrative that spans multiple…Read more… […]

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Ultimate Alliance 3’s Fantastic Four DLC Is An Epic Epilogue

The first two installments of downloadable content for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 added new multiplayer game modes and challenges. Fantastic Four: Shadow of Doom, the third and final bit of paid DLC, adds a playable epilogue to the game’s story starring Doctor Doom and his four best pals. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Romance Of The Three Kingdoms XIII Is A Flawed, But Addictive, Entry Into The Series

The very first time I was a guest writer for Kotaku, I wrote about Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV, which was my favorite in the series. I’ve played ROTKIV too many times to count as its strategy gaming at its best. I did play many of the games after IV, but missed IX-XII. With […]

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Dead Or Alive 6: The Kotaku Review

Despite several years of being best-known for its sexiness, Dead or Alive has always been a genuinely good fighting game franchise. With a focus on bringing new players into the fold and downplaying its more provocative features, Dead or Alive 6 serves as a strong reminder of the solid gameplay that has always…Read more… Continue […]

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Attack on Titan 2 Is As Brutal As The Show And A Bit More Personal

Attack on Titan is about the last remnants of humanity trying to defeat the mindless, man-eating giants that ravage their world. It’s not really the kind of show where you fantasize about living in that universe. Still, Attack on Titan 2 lets you live out your dreams of being buddies Eren Jaeger and his pals, […]

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Attack on Titan 2 Is As Brutal As The Show And A Bit More Personal

Attack on Titan is about the last remnants of humanity trying to defeat the mindless, man-eating giants that ravage their world. It’s not really the kind of show where you fantasize about living in that universe. Still, Attack on Titan 2 lets you live out your dreams of being buddies Eren Jaeger and his pals, […]

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Dynasty Warriors Was Very Different When It First Started

Dynasty Warriors 1 didn’t involve large-scale battles or endlessly chained combos. In fact, it wasn’t anything like the modern series. Years before Dynasty Warriors would become known as the quintessential hack and slash games, players first experience with the name was in the form of a 2.5D fighting game. Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Dynasty Warriors 9: The Kotaku Review

If you’ve played an hour in one Dynasty Warriors game you’ve played an hour in all of them. That’s been the conventional wisdom for a while now and although Dynasty Warriors 9 doesn’t disprove it, it does point toward some interesting new possibilities for the series in its new open world setting.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Fire Emblem’s greatest heroes get their Musou on when Fire Emblem Warriors for Nintendo Switch launc

Fire Emblem’s greatest heroes get their Musou on when Fire Emblem Warriors for Nintendo Switch launches October 20. It’s the latest step in Koei Tecmo’s plan to make everything Dynasty Warriors. It’s a good plan. Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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