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Assassin’s Creed Origins’ first expansion accidentally came out a week early.

Assassin’s Creed Origins’ first expansion accidentally came out a week early. Its newest one, the bigger Curse of the Pharaohs, has been delayed a week to March 13. A new official video shows the mystical expansion, hyping a new city, an elaborate new enemy system and even seven new character skills. Looks impressive.Read more… Continue […]

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Bringing Monster Hunter: World To Nintendo Switch Is “Difficult,” Says Capcom

Monster Hunter: World is a smash hit. But the game is currently only playable on the PS4 and Xbox One. Wouldn’t it be great to play it on a system you could carry around? You know, like the Nintendo Switch? That, Capcom says, would not be easy.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Assassin’s Creed Origins new non-violent educational mode will feature 75 historical tours that rang

Assassin’s Creed Origins new non-violent educational mode will feature 75 historical tours that range from five to 25 minutes in length, according to a new official Q&A. They’re set in the game’s open world and cover mummies, cultivation, the Library of Alexandria and more. Discovery Tour will be free for Origins…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Streets of Red is a retro beat ‘em up headed to PS4 and Switch on February 27.

Streets of Red is a retro beat ‘em up headed to PS4 and Switch on February 27. There are a lot of side-scrolling brawlers that aim to capture the original arcade experience, but Streets of Red really commits by not allowing you any continues or saves. When you die, it’s game over and you have […]

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Ys VIII Is Much Better Now

An excellent game marred by rough localization, Ys VIII: Lacriomosa of Dana is now fully re-translated and largely re-voiced, just like NIS America promised back in October. Now is an excellent time to play Ys VIII. Unless you’re waiting for the delayed PC version. Or the upcoming Switch port.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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The First Third-Party Wireless PS4 Controller Is Missing A Few Things

Hori’s Onyx, available now in Europe, if the first officially-licensed third-party wireless controller for the PlayStation 4. It’s got its good points, like the Xbox-style staggered analog stick layout and one piece d-pad, but the lack of a headphone jack and other key DualShock 4 features might be a dealbreaker.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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