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FFVII Remake Development Shifts to 'Internal Setup'

Square Enix is moving development internally "to control everything, including quality, on a stable schedule."

Have you discovered the secret to vomit in River City Ransom: Underground?

Connecting people with games that may go on to be some of their all time favorites is one of the best things about writing for Destructoid. With River City Ransom: Underground, I wonder if I did enough on that front. It's one of the biggest, most detailed 2D beat'em ups I've ever played. Show More Summary

Square Enix silent on Dragon Quest XI Switch because of 'adult' reasons

Dragon Quest XI is set to release in July on PS4 and 3DS, but the Switch version is still in limbo. Its existence was even begrudgingly confirmed, and we haven't heard much info since then. According to Square Enix, that's all due to...Show More Summary

USB-powered Sega Nomad gives you near-endless game time

Sega's Genesis Nomad was always something of a compromise (it was running 16-bit console games on mid-1990s handheld tech), but the battery life was a particularly sore point: it took six AA batteries just to get 3 hours of play time. Show More Summary

What did you think of the ARMS Global Testpunch?

Nintendo certainly knows how to market a game. While it could have gone the easy route and just provided a simple demo for both Splatoon 2 and ARMS, it decided on stress testing its servers with limited time slots to get as much traffic as possible on either game at one time. Show More Summary

The Last of Us Mod Makes Tess the Playable Protagonist

See what Naughty Dog's survival adventure game could have been if Tess ended up escorting Ellie across the United States.

DQX PS4, Switch Release Dates Announced for Japan

Square Enix's popular MMO makes its way to PS4 in Japan this August, with the Switch version arriving the month after.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – check out 10 minutes of new PS4 Pro footage

Here’s a new look at Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, and it’s ten minutes worth of gameplay on PS4 Pro. The trilogy contains the original game, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot: Warped. Each has been fully-remastered in HD along with the original music compositions. Arekkz seems to having a good time with […]

Ubisoft Rolls Out Five Trailers For ‘Far Cry 5,’ Steers Clear Of Politics

Ubisoft has just released five different trailers for Far Cry 5 to join the live action spot and character art from earlier in the week, and none of them seem to be interested in getting political.

'Far Cry 5' brings cult mayhem to Hope County February 27th

Far Cry 5 is going to be a little different than you might expect. The new announcement trailer paints a picture of pastoral life that lends itself surprisingly well to the franchise's familiar trappings: hunting, off-road vehicles, airplanes and guns. Show More Summary

Remedy on life after Xbox exclusivity

There aren't many studios like Remedy, which relishes being a bit weird. How many studios slow jam their history to music? How many creative directors do a mini-striptease on stage and then dress as characters from their games? Remedy, the Finnish developer of Max Payne, Alan Wake and Quantum Break does. Show More Summary

‘Titanfall 2’ gets its first new mech

Titanfall 2 was one of last year's most hotly-anticipated --and well-received -- titles and the team behind it has kept its multiplayer scene alive with several free DLC releases. While the playerbase has dwindled, the next gratis content addition, Monarch Reigns, might lure enough back to revive the game when it drops on May 30th. Show More Summary

GoNintendo Video Review - Ultra Street Fighter II

If you like what you see, we'd love to have you subscribe! Positives - core gameplay still fun all these years later - easier for fighting game novices to jump into - spot-on controls - overall enjoyable theme remixes Negatives - Way...Show More Summary

Watch: Johnny cooks Feast Day Fish from Dragon Age Origins

Video game in-jokes are pretty neat. A whole heap of games have secret Dark Souls references, for instance, which is rewarding for those fans who seek them out. Dragon Age: Origins, on the other hand, is a bit more off the wall. OneShow More Summary

Watch: The Destiny game you never knew existed

Love it or loath it, Destiny is making a comeback. During an extravagant reveal event last week, the Traveller shone its light on a load of new gameplay taken from the imaginatively titled sequel, Destiny 2. But did you know Destiny 2 is technically Destiny 3? Sort of. Show More Summary

Overwatch celebrates first anniversary with skins, dances and three new arena maps

"How would Soldier: 76 dance?" asks Jeff Kaplan in today's developer update, celebrating a year since the release of Overwatch. Well I guess we're about to find out, as the accompanying update adds dance emotes for each hero, a whole bunch of new legendary skins (finally Zarya is getting some love!) and three new arena maps. Show More Summary

Overwatch Anniversary Event skins: check out images for each and a list of dance emotes

With the Overwatch Anniversary Event kicking off today, let’s have a look at some of the interesting Legendary skins players will be able to acquire. You’ve been given a look at some of the emotes and skins for the Overwatch event before, but static images can sometimes give you a better idea. That way, you […]

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