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The Chinese Room Studio Going Dark for a Few Months

Everybody's Gone to the Rapture by The Chinese Room

The video game studio that brought players amazing indie games like Dear Esther and Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, The Chinese Room, has recently made the official announcement that they are going dark for the next few months. What does this mean? Well, the company is now left with only three people, because it has fired the rest of them. ...

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Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, a Fitting Conclusion

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider promo image

The new Dishonored: Death of the Outsider is the most fitting conclusion to the story that began in the second video game. It still has all the concepts that a true fan of the series should be familiar with. However, the studio decided to push even further some of those concepts. Basically, the game follows the same rules as before ...

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Super Mario Odyssey is Actually a Great Game

Super Mario Odyssey promo image

During the E3 event from earlier this year, Nintendo’s new game called Super Mario Odyssey seemed very complicated and difficult to control. Part of this problem were the bizarre controls which mainly had to do with Mario’s companion, Cappy, who is a… hat. As months went by, people in the industry began asking themselves whether or not the final product ...

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Final Fantasy IX Launching for PS4 Today in Japan

Title card for original Final Fantasy IX

Fans of the PlayStation 4 console will be indeed happy to find out that one of the classic RPG video games from developer Square Enix is going to come out on it. We are talking about the popular Final Fantasy IX video game. Rumors surrounding this release started when the Pan European Gaming Information Board has recently rated this popular ...

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Uncharted and The Last of Us Director Leaves Naughty Dog

Nathan Drake from Uncharted, by Naughty Dog

Recently, one of the most important people at the Naughty Dog videogame studio has officially announced that he is leaving the company. After working there for about 20 years, Bruce Straley said that he felt part of a family. Also, that he is leaving the studio in the hands of the best team it’s ever had. Also, he called this the ...

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Metroid: Samus Returns, a Journey into the Past

Action figure of Samus Aran

Metroid: Samus Returns is nothing new, nor is it revolutionary. Moreover, it’s actually only the remake of the classic Gameboy videogame. However, the game is so well done that some may even see it as a return to glory for one of the most successful and popular Nintendo series. Recently, we have been used to seeing the adventures of bounty ...

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Modders Turn Super Mario 64 into Online Multiplayer

Super Mario 64 game

Back in June this year, the classic hit Super Mario 64 turned 21-years old. However, this doesn’t mean that those nostalgic players forgot the game and how it was like to enjoy it with your friends. This is the reason why a group of very talented modders decided to transform the old game into a multiplayer which you can download. ...

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Life is Strange: Before the Storm, a Journey into the Past

Chloe in Life is Strange: Before the Storm

Life is Strange: Before the Storm is the prequel to the popular video game which came out in three separate episodes. However, this initiative could have gone really bad because the development team behind it is not the same from the first one. Deck Nine made these prequel episodes, also three. This time, the main characters are the very mysterious ...

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Destiny 2, Still Beautiful, Still Intense

Destiny 2 title card

In Destiny 2, players find themselves wondering through space discovering things that feel both anew and strangely familiar. According to those who managed to play most of the game, the new game doesn’t feel too different in comparison with the original. Yet, this is not something bad. It’s still beautiful and still intense to shoot dozens of aliens. However, this ...

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Nintendo Says that Mario is Not a Plumber

Action figure of Mario the plumber

Even in the video game industry, there are big news, those that leave your mouth open in shock and you cannot believe what you just read. There are also those not-so-important news, which only exist to remind you of certain things or to add various details to a big story. However, there is also a third type of news: the ...

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