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Three more Neo Geo arcade classics now available

Three more games became available for download recently as part of the Neo Geo ACA range. Each platform received a different classic pulled from SNK's arcade archives.The PS4 received kaiju-wrasslin' game King of the Monsters, destroyer of cities and many an arcade cabinet's control panel. Show More Summary

Get fit while you sit

Move aside Wii Fit, it's time to burn calories playing whatever game we want, or even just browsing the internet. Bauhutte found a simple way to keep our bodies active while we remain stationary for hours on end: attach an exercise bike to a little desk. Show More Summary

Budget and 'Greatest Hits' releases are pretty much the best

If you've ever tried to buy a really old game, you've probably ran into one of the following two scenarios -- it's either super cheap, like "I'll buy five" cheap, or so expensive that you'd have to mortgage your house to pay for it.Show More Summary

One of the best soundtracks of 2016 is getting a vinyl release

Black Screen Records has announced that it is teaming up with composer Michael Kelly to release the soundtrack to VA-11 HALL-A, hands down one of the best games to come out last year, on vinyl. The limited edition release, due out his...Show More Summary

Bioware's a-maze-ing Anthem cornfield

Every year, people have the opportunity to disappear off the face of the Earth, never to return (probably) by entering the annual Edmonton Corn Maze. This year, Bioware's local development studio took the opportunity to craft the maze...Show More Summary

Experience a blast to the past with new Planet Coaster DLC

Since our own Patrick Hancock reviewed Planet Coaster last winter, the game seemed to fall off the radar. While the spotlight was off of them, the team has been hard at work, constantly adding new features and items to the already good game for free. Show More Summary

Zelda: Breath of the Wild with co-op sounds like an absolute delight

The Zelda series doesn't have much in the way of multiplayer experiences. While I don't dislike any of the MP focused games we have gotten, I've never really thought of Zelda as an experience that I want to play with a friend. The whole game is meant to be a personal journey of discovery, amazement and adventure. Show More Summary

Special stages are back in Sonic Mania

If there's one element of classic Sonic the Hedgehog games I tend to forget about until I go back to replay them, it's the special stages. Favorite? Least favorite? I like them for different reasons. Sonic 1's bouncy mazes were mesmerizing...Show More Summary

The Retro AVS Wireless NES Gamepad is out and worth a look

While sitting around killing time with Kingsway (best thing ever go buy it) and staving off what I can only assume to be a deadly parasite after drinking so much delicious ocean water while on vacation, the doorbell rang. I answeredShow More Summary

Noita is the new game from one of The Swapper developers

It has been four years since The Swapper -- a masterful puzzle platformer from two students at the University of Helsinki -- originally released. Since 2013, the developers have updated their studio's site exactly once. It was a couple...Show More Summary

Slime Rancher exits Steam Early Access next week

The appeal of Slime Rancher is built right into the name. It's a game about wrangling cute slimes with a combination vacuum/cannon/backpack and gettin' paid -- the sort of thing I'd ideally like to play a little bit in the evening when I'm unwinding. Show More Summary

Comic-Con 2017 trailer roundup

What a weekend its been, while nothing really overly exciting or brand new was announced at San Diego Comic-Con there was a ton of trailers from previously announced TV and movies. So to cure your Monday blues we at Flixist have compiled all of the trailers that we reported on as well as a few that slipped through the cracks...for you. Read more...

You can do a cute lil fist pump in Splatoon 2

On Sunday, I spent most of my waking hours playing Splatoon 2. I'm obsessed. The campaign is delightful and creative, as expected, and I just love exploring every nook and cranny in the overworlds. The competitive multiplayer -- yeah, I need to get better at that. Show More Summary

Review: Accel World vs. Sword Art Online: Millennium Twilight

It may not be the most significant trend in gaming history, but the last few years have been pretty good if you're the type of gamer to try out the occasional licensed title. Unlike some of the drek from generations of budget tie-ins...Show More Summary

The D-Team takes PUBG: Don't glaze your meatloaf mid-match

Jordan, Steven, Ray, and myself. We're the D-Team. There are a lot of logical leaps you can take to explain that name. We're like the A-Team, but barely passable. The "D" might stand for Destructoid. Or, it could just stand for something like "Dysfunctional" or "Deficient" or "Dreadfully Bad." We won't stop never stoppin' though. Show More Summary

Review: Nioh: Defiant Honor

Nioh pretty much knocked it out of the park already, but a string of DLC and free updates have bolstered its lifespan for those of you who aren't into grinding for loot and stats to take on those New Game+ challenges. Both add-ons haven't...Show More Summary

Roughly 10% of mobile studio DeNA is working on Nintendo products

It feels like forever ago that Nintendo revealed that they were getting into the very same mobile market they once scoffed at ("the 3DS is mobile!"), and it kind of was. Back in 2015 the publisher told us that they were starting to work...Show More Summary

Inti Creates is no longer working on Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night's main game

GoNintendo spoke with a representative from ArtPlay, the main developer behind Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, the Castlevania spiritual successor coming from Koji Igarashi. The ArtPlay rep cleared up a few things in this title's confusing development. Show More Summary

That Galaga animated show you asked for is coming soon

Namco Bandai are teaming up with Swedish-US company The Nuttery Entertainment to produce an animated show based on the classic 1981 shmup, Galaga.Galaga Chronicles will feature new characters and adventures based around the classic arcade...Show More Summary

Big Bethesda PC sale has Doom and Fallout 4 down to $12.90, plus $2 Dishonored

As a PC gamer, you just gotta love competition between digital retailers. After Steam's Summer Sale last month, we've been faced with more and more aggressive sales from other digital retailers. This week the Sweden-based GamersGateShow More Summary

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