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Hitman 3 Is The Latest Game To Acknowledge Covid-19

Agent 47 isn’t the deadliest force of nature in Hitman 3. Covid-19 is. Yes, IO Interactive’s murdery sandbox is the latest video game to acknowledge the pandemic that has infected nearly 100 million people, killed more than 2 million, and upended life as we know it.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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How To Ensure Your Old Hitman Data Follows You To Hitman 3

Hitman 3, out today for pretty much all of the platforms, sees Agent 47 continue his spree of heinous crimes, including murder and travel journalism. Like the previous entry in IO Interactive’s sumptuous Savile Row simulator, you can import levels and character progression from prior games. It’s only a matter of…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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PC Players Will Have To Buy Hitman 2 All Over Again To Unlock Its Levels In Hitman 3 (Update: A Fix Is In The Works)

IO Interactive outlined how levels and progress will be carried over to Hitman 3 from the previous games in a complicated FAQ over on its website today, and it’s a mess for players on PC seemingly thanks to Epic Games Store and Steam not playing nice with each other.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Game Pass Is Still Missing Most Of The Final Fantasy Games Microsoft Promised

At the end of 2019, Microsoft announced 10 Final Fantasy games would come to Game Pass in the following year. At the start of 2021 most of them are still missing, though Microsoft says they’ll get there eventually.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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20 Years Later I’m Still Thinking About The Bouncer

Sometimes a piece of pop culture worms its way into your brain, builds a comfortable, cost-efficient home in your cerebral cortex, and lives there happily for decades on end. My own tenant is The Bouncer, an odd beat ‘em up by Square Soft, which came out in Japan 20 years ago today before fading into […]

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20 Years Later I’m Still Thinking About The Bouncer

Sometimes a piece of pop culture worms its way into your brain, builds a comfortable, cost-efficient home in your cerebral cortex, and lives there happily for decades on end. My own tenant is The Bouncer, an odd beat ‘em up by Square Soft, which came out in Japan 20 years ago today before fading into […]

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From Xenogears To Xenoblade: The History Of Monolith Soft

If you’d told me back in 2006 that Monolith Soft would go on to become one of Nintendo’s most talented and indispensable first-party development groups, I would have said the same thing as everyone else: “The guys who did Xenosaga?”Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Avengers Gets Its First New Hero, Kate Bishop, On December 8

Not that we’ll ever truly get tired of Captain America, Ms. Marvel, Black Widow, Thor, Iron Man, and The Hulk, but it’s nice to see some new blood on the way. Kate “Hawkeye” Bishop joins the roster of Marvel’s Avengers on December 8, bringing with her a whole new story arc and a quiver full […]

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Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Is A Game Of Challenging Beats

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is the latest rhythm-action game from Square Enix. In the vid, tech and creative producer Therese McPherson checks in with Sora, Goofy, Donald, and a ton of Disney guest characters as they engage in timing-based musical battles against classic Kingdom Hearts foes.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Is A Game Of Challenging Beats

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is the latest rhythm-action game from Square Enix. In the vid, tech and creative producer Therese McPherson checks in with Sora, Goofy, Donald, and a ton of Disney guest characters as they engage in timing-based musical battles against classic Kingdom Hearts foes.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Getting Real-World Stealth Game In Tokyo

In Japan, there are what are called real-infiltration games (リアル潜入ゲーム or riaru senyuu geemu) in which players try to sneak into particular locations. These real-world games the opposite of escape rooms or riaru dasshutsu geemu (リアル脱出ゲーム) in Japanese.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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