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  • How a counterfeit NES console opened up the Russian games market

  • SpaceMonkey77 17/12/2017

    Interesting article. Never me anyone with such systems, but the weirdness of such subculture & an interesting part of what makes games, more interesting. Many of these artifacts might disappear soon.

    Before the NES came to the U.K, my game experiences were of PC, C64. I don't think I actually saw an actual NES until the a school buddy purchased one.
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  • No, 2018's Battlefield game isn't Bad Company 3

  • SpaceMonkey77 15/12/2017

    Nice to hear some news of it. Bad Company is what Battlefield needs, again than the somewhat war is brutal horror with few to no characters, while also still fun. In a world where Overwatch is hugely pushing characters in an fps, this is a pity.

    As a seasoned gamer, I just don't understand why when many request Bad Company, someone out there rolls eyes. Perhaps what it might be is BC1 & BC2 were from a time when Dice were more free, creative, before EA absorbed them, respectfully. By the time BF3 came around, BC characters & feel was removed as EA attempted to chase CoD's more hard feel. But hey, wait! I shouldn't speak to soon.

    Sweetwater & friends might run low on gold horde, & need to get back in the game, maybe via PMC style. IMO you can still have a super fun BF game with some dark humor & personality alongside. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed BF3 & BF4 as games, they were hella fun, but the camaraderie of characters helps a game shine more.

    At the end of day, it's EA's game, so they can do whatever they like, even if we disagree.
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  • The big interview: the Gambling Commission on loot boxes

  • SpaceMonkey77 14/12/2017

    This is a tale of the fast moving tech asteroid vs an old bullet. The two will never really be compatible.

    First on the gamers who play games, if you aren't the correct age, don't play said game with label attached. Sad but saves a lot of hassle.

    Second TGC is the kind of dino that isn't going to gel well with cool & fast video games at all, respectfully, which is why devs & pubs go to lengths to police themselves & their product. Multiplayer games online are super popular, & the ironic thing is that at the same time TGC has trouble even dealing with online gambling alone in some places still (due to entrenched interests in traditional gambling means like casino (just saying), let alone micro-transactions & loot boxes. Might be an idea to fix actual online gambling with real money itself elsewhere first, before jumping on video games. Just saying.

    Are they gambling? I'd say no, they are like coin pushing machines & pachinko, so make of that what you will & in some games you don't have to use them at all, to have fun. However, to largely solve this issue once & for all & without TGC, would be for devs/pubs to just add a loot box/micro-transaction 'opt out button', into their games, big, bright & clear. An on screen prompt asks you, this game has loot box/micros, do you want to use these loot & micros or not? (gamer says yes) Hit button three times, with warning you must be of mature age to access, & to cancel the 'opt out button' & enter the game options menu if you wish to restore normal micros & loot box status. There, problem solved with minimum fuss. Those who don't mind micros & loot boxes, can pay with them & those without can play too, but perhaps with a reduced experience. Even if this split the game audience, of 'gaming haves & have nots' a bit, at least everyone would stop their complaining & get back to gaming. This problem was solved on iOS a while back, so take some tips & improve on consoles & PCs too.

    Please note, this my view alone & not associated with others who may think or do differently. I do hope that with bold lettering, bold & bright logo design, this band wagon can be fixed, so the TGC can settle down & go back to figuring out how to do actual mature online money gambling, properly & globally. The truth is also that games are a cross generational media & no gamer is targeted for gambling at all, but mainstream media may still have creaky mindset of video games = for kids, when that's not true. Sadly its strangely via some seemed to divert/look that way. Good luck!
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  • Rocket League in a box costs Ł35 on Nintendo Switch

  • SpaceMonkey77 13/12/2017

    I love Switch, but this is why its better as a digital game. Carts are always going to take a bite out of devs, so I'll understand such not wanting to be so. It is up to you gamers to choose what's best for you, or just wait a while & pick the cart up cheaper. Reply -1
  • Payday 2 scores Nintendo Switch release date

  • SpaceMonkey77 13/12/2017

    Portable Heisting Awesomeness! Can't wait to play it. Switch is turning into a little gaming wonder, each & every day. Reply -1
  • InXile teases Wasteland 2 on Nintendo Switch

  • SpaceMonkey77 13/12/2017

    Great stuff, Inxile! Would welcome it on Switch. Another different type of isometric tactics rpg only makes the system richer. Still haven't played the PC version, but added to list as its from a good KS project. If you want a change to jrpgs, this is a good way to go. Reply -1
  • RocketWerkz unveils procedural "neo-noir" open-world game Living Dark

  • SpaceMonkey77 13/12/2017

    Let's hope it get's to the sales shelf, faster than DayZ did. Good luck with it, Dean & dev peeps. Reply -1
  • SpaceMonkey77 12/12/2017

    @ProTw33ks

    What's in progress is the change to a happier balance of skills & personnel & costs. With engines pretty much set up with ease of access & use, smaller devs can focus on their game concepts more & hopefully keep costs & numbers down. If you look at devs with smaller resources, sometimes they can survive a long time without being bought, hopefully if their games are strong & fun enough.

    I'm intrigued to know more of Living Dark for something a little different.
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  • Overkill's The Walking Dead game resurfaces with cool new teaser trailer

  • SpaceMonkey77 12/12/2017

    Looking forward to it. Between The Raid, TWD & GTFO, 2018 is going to be a good years for Overkill. Glad to see the engine upgrade to Unreal 4, at last (if correct. Reply -1
  • Nintendo Switch hits 10m sales in nine months

  • SpaceMonkey77 12/12/2017

    Congratulations! Things certainly are looking up for you, Nintendo & Nvidia are a winning combination & can surely get better in 2018. I still don't have a Switch yet, but as the games list blooms, I want one more each day. Hopefully I'll have one in time for playing some 3rd Strike & Alpha 3 marathons in May 2018.

    Great to see you turn things around & I'm glad to say I'd like a Nintendo system again. X ^ ^ X
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  • Jelly Deals: Bayonetta 2 Special Edition up for pre-order

  • SpaceMonkey77 12/12/2017

    God way to pick up a Switch if you don't have one. Wish I could but no money I can access to buy one, right now.

    Never mind. Enjoy if you discover one under your xmas tree.
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  • Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC and Switch

  • SpaceMonkey77 12/12/2017

    Wouldn't be surprised if there was some cross play between PS4/XBX & PC. If not still an awesome collection. Can't beat 3rd Strike on the move.

    Hey, big high fives for the GBA cut of SFA3. Twas cool for a cart.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 11/12/2017

    Cheer up, Scroogebots. This is an awesome SF collection, the best yet.
    For the Alpha & 3rd Strike games alone this collection is worth buying as neither is available on PC or console unless old ones. Steam access is the biggest win, so now hardcore fight gamers can play these gems infinitely. I think I'd buy this on Steam & on PS4/XBX, & Switch too if I ever have the joy of owning one (no luck so far.

    Alpha still holds a special place for me, as my first PS1 SF game, later perfected in SF Alpha 2. Alpha 3 still gets a lot of love on my PSP to date. 3rd Strike was my DC fight game, more adult & bad boy & I still love the change to the urban hip hop street beats soundtrack. Even if only few of these games are online play, its still going to sell & I wouldn't be surprised if this does well at EVO, too. Its release might be just in time for EVO 2018.

    Thanks, Capcom. This is a great collection.
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  • Witcher Netflix series reportedly helmed by Daredevil and Defenders writer/producer

  • SpaceMonkey77 11/12/2017

    @vojtas

    You make a good point. Seen a little of the polish version & Netflix should be able to top it with better writing & actors & don't forget that action too.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 11/12/2017

    Overall, this is really good for Netflix. By having their own stable of content, (Amazon Prime too respectfully) differing from others it will do well. A bit of sci-fi here & fantasy there, that's to no avail anywhere else give good reason to check it out.

    Much cool to look forward to.
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  • Witchfire is a dark fantasy FPS from the people behind The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

  • SpaceMonkey77 08/12/2017

    It looks kind of cool. Reply -1
  • Here's a first look at Soulcalibur 6

  • SpaceMonkey77 08/12/2017

    Nice one Band-Namco. This should warm up Evo 2018 nicely too.

    Demons/Dark Souls character cameo, unlocked. Woot!
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  • Outlast 1 and 2 hit Nintendo Switch early 2018

  • SpaceMonkey77 08/12/2017

    @Eraysor

    You have the nice chaps at Nvidia to thank for that, which makes ports easier to Switch, than previous gens with secret custom chips, lacking.
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  • Fortnite 50v50 may be bringing the game's original dream back to life

  • SpaceMonkey77 08/12/2017

    Now this is really going to make Fortnite sing loud. Always wanted this many players in a game. Once it arrives expect a big boost in players while also doing something different to PUBG. Good luck, Epic. Reply -1
  • GTFO is a co-op shooter with an Aliens vibe

  • SpaceMonkey77 08/12/2017

    Love the name & it looks fun already. Something new to look forward to is always cool. Bring it on! Reply -1
  • Bayonetta 3 is coming exclusively to Switch

  • SpaceMonkey77 08/12/2017

    Glad to see it, but no PC version disappoints. Its a rare kind of game but maybe they'll look at that later. Should still be fun & do okay, mind. Thanks, Sega. Reply -1
  • "A new Tomb Raider game is coming" says Square Enix

  • SpaceMonkey77 07/12/2017

    Hey, Ms Croft's back, back again, guess who's back, tell a friend. I haven't even finished the first remake game yet. Glad to see more of what gamers love.

    Where to next? We'll see. Looking forward to more & well done, Crystal & Square, so far. TR & FFVII Remake should make 2018 a winner gaming year.
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  • Mario Rabbids is getting a versus mode tomorrow, for free

  • SpaceMonkey77 07/12/2017

    Nice addition to the game, that should keep many from trading in their game once completed. Good move, Ubisoft & Nintendo. Reply -1
  • Streets of Rage is now available on mobile, with local cross-platform multiplayer

  • SpaceMonkey77 06/12/2017

    I wonder if this is like SoR remake? Reply -1
  • Ubisoft is giving away Assassin's Creed: Black Flag for free next week on PC

  • SpaceMonkey77 05/12/2017

    A nice Christmas present. Seeing as ACO is doing well, with Skull & Bones lined up for 2018, I can see the benefits of getting players excited for that game via Black Flag.

    World In Conflict I've never played but that's a bonus too. Thanks & Merry Christmas, Ubisoft crew. These might be sadly my only Christmas gifts.
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  • Super Mario Galaxy, Zelda: Twilight Princess to launch on Android in 1080p

  • SpaceMonkey77 05/12/2017

    Definitely a smart move for China if Switch isn't on sale there. Great move for Nvidia as Shield is very PC nature. If player want Steam on their Shield they can also do that too.

    Still haven't played SMG1 or SMG2. Good move, Nintendo. Could Mario games appear on Steam next? I'd welcome that, as sales are sales & they can run on a PC, since most PC have an Nvidia GPU. Something to think about.
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  • Detroit: Become Human under fire for controversial domestic abuse scene

  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2017

    @kangarootoo

    Come now. Calm down. There will always be room for critique & comment via art & creative circles. Other places in the world are not so free to voice, which is why I do best to not get too political, each to their own.

    This one I'll rest on saying that I think it'll be all okay in the context of the game & Cage handled Heavy Rain well, for what it was. If too young don't play & if old enough enjoy. Games will still move ahead well, thanks to games such as this. I'm going to enjoy its reviews too.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2017

    @Flipper79

    That's why its good to think for yourself than others do it for you. Recent example was 13 Reasons Netflix show, based on a book I think. Some once decided to freak out about that too, as such apparently shouldn't be raised for topic in polite company or at all (because silence & blinkers is better?). I expect this panic was also done without actually watching the show too. In same respect of that work, bullying is serious stuff, but with gravitas & intelligence, any tricky topic like that can be handled well, as creative media does well.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2017

    News flash! Next up, murder mysteries are now bad & banned, because they have mature topics of sex, death & murder in them & are widely accessible, to many to read or watch if they wish. People can't control themselves & require a bib, dummy & feeding chair at every step. They must be stopped I say, must be stopped. (I jest)


    Good luck with the game & apologies. Stay away, if its not for you.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2017

    Indeed I agree 'there are no limits' when creating arts, even in video games, while I'm sure it also depends who/where some work. Its known that sometimes larger devs might take less risks, due to possible backlash, but what is art if some don't challenge what is known, each to their own respectfully. Such is the freedom of art & creativity within mindfulness & reason. Decide what's best for your own art, & let not others dictate to you what such should be, to suit their view & agenda. If some choose, they too are free to make art to counterpoint, that which they don't agree with, positively (or not) & the world is a better place. What's that, you don't want to make a game to counter? Okay, well, you had your chance.

    Detroit may well have something interesting to say in 2018 & like many games before it, will do so without destroying human minds & civilization, as we know it. As for the racism part, such has been handled in games well like recent Mafia III & some TWD, while more can be done there too. I know some like to pick & choose what to trivialize, & what not to bother with. Some like to trivialize racism, not paying people for their work & slavery & not talk about that, either, but such still exists & only certain people will talk about such. I'm glad for any video game or other media, that covers these difficult topics with gravitas & intelligence, than sweeping with sugar coating.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2017

    @Naetharu

    We know all of that stuff, but those of different field work along other paths of thinking. The assumption of fun & game, some prejudge video games to be so without merit, gravitas & meaning, when games have long conquered such, but those who don't game won't care or try to know, themselves. And so the carousel goes around again til next time, video games take a beating.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2017

    @Blytz

    Indeed, I have seen the same in past circles. It shows how some are brainwashed to think games are this evil thing, which is false & no offense to others, respectfully, but please do well to think & choose for yourself what's best for you & yours.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2017

    @_Alan_Cartridge_

    Not at all, dude. All game have ratings & have done for some time, which are done via devs themselves a lot of the time. If some can't read labels & digest what's mature & not for younger minds, then on their head be it. Do well to tell your young brats to stay away from mature games, if you find them a problem (while I'd say there's actually no problem at all). Due to us growing up & not down, mature topics & themes will get before everyone. Just a matter of time & fact of life, accept it or not. The world is yet to fall into the black hole abyss, when sometimes the same mature, comes from other cool established media, so some perspective, respectfully.

    (Hey, I was watching Snowfall last night & its a great mature hard hitting drama series. I enjoyed its portrayal of a difficult time in history, some don't want to talk about or instead sugar coat, but just because I saw it, doesn't mean I want to be down on the block, selling rocks for coin. Be advised such isn't smart & stay in school, kids.)

    As said, must be a slow news day before the pre-Christmas wind down.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2017

    Does best to not sugar coat potentially controversial theme & topics, while some would rather media be that way, but instead handle with good intelligence & mindfulness.

    Anyone in a difficult home life situation, I really hope you can find, or are offered a way out to better days. Not all have options to betterment & exit.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2017

    This should be interesting. Speaking as someone who's grown up in a difficult home of raised voice verbalisms not needed or wanted, this game is an important one & more so like much of Cage's works are for a mature audience only. Sadly though, the knee jerk reaction crowd will beat their drums of panic, of sky falling, again, anytime a creative & artistic media tests the boundaries of their world view & conservative sensibilities. I love the U.K, I always will, but sometimes, some do reach for the panic button much, when this game isn't even out yet. Perhaps its a slow day in the world of some, with Christmas near. Relax, your Christmas vacation & bonus come soon.

    Here's an interesting contrast, too. Recent tv show Humans, also covered some topics which a mature audience would also get & be able to understand & digest its themes without losing their grey matter through nose & ear. If anyone did they are of weak mind & should avoid mature topics & content for us adults, thanks. Do forgive me dear politicians, but you can put that drum away. When Detroit is out & played by mature gamers (with an average age of 30+) who feed to games industry lots of money & so to in turn the U.K treasury, then we'll know for sure, if to pick up drum, while I doubt there's any need. Judging by Cage's previous works on PS3/PS4, its all in good hands & mind. Nothing to see here, so conservative types please move along, if mature video games & sci-fi with commentary/theme are not your vibe. Detroit Become Human is out in Q1-2 of 2018, so we'll soon find out what its made of. (note, there is good reason to take this false panic stuff, with pinch of salt)

    Next news flash: Revelation, time & planets move forwards, not backwards & humans grow & mature upon Earth, to handle all kinds life deals us. Lol. I jest!

    Anyway, good luck, Quantic Dream. I know you're games aren't for every gamer, but I still like you sticking to your creative vision, of what you want in a game & evolve the medium a bit too.
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  • The slow disappearing act of Demon's Souls

  • SpaceMonkey77 02/12/2017

    @IamUrple

    You make a good point. No PC version of Demons Souls would be a real tragedy, as the PS3 is near the end of its life cycle, Demons Souls will be lost with PS3 unless fans have a physical copy or perhaps if you have PSN Plus, where might be its final resting place. I think its just as deserving of an update, as Shadow of the Colossus. I'll try to secure a copy of Demons Souls, before it disappears from stores.
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  • The Sexy Brutale has a Nintendo Switch release date

  • SpaceMonkey77 01/12/2017

    A good addition to its library. Can't beat some portable gaming proved already. More Switch games is a good thing. Woot! Reply -7
  • EA not giving up on microtransactions in Star Wars Battlefront 2

  • SpaceMonkey77 01/12/2017

    At the end of the day, its up to EA to do what they think is best, whatever we think. Its their game, they spent time & effort making it. We don't have to buy them to enjoy the game.

    The overall rise of micro-trans & possible fall in games, we'll just have to wait & see it such thrives or not.
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  • Nintendo's next amiibo is a breakfast cereal box

  • SpaceMonkey77 01/12/2017

    If some really really want these SMB munchies, try the American Soda website. They might be able to get you some. Good luck.

    You'll likely be waiting a half life, to get an official release of them. Just saying.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 29/11/2017

    Oh! Someone negged me to minus one. I'm going to go cry into my cereal, now. Seeya!

    Eat whatever cereal you can, to gain energy for the day. If you dislike the cereal options on regular store shelves, by all means of the internet, hunt & find the true breakfast gems of the Cereal Gods. You'd be surprised what's out there.

    Apple Jacks will always rock my world, anytime of the day, with or without milk. Super Mario is a game, not a cereal.(retro game jest)
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  • SpaceMonkey77 29/11/2017

    Hey can you taste the cereal? No! Well, you can if you look around. While Super Mario Cereal might not have an official release in the U.K, there are certain outlets in the U.K, that import & sell U.S food products, if you look online.

    Do your Google-fu, if you want a regular morning or daily bowl of yummy Mushrooms, Fire Flowers & Shine Gets. The magic of the internet delivers. Enjoy!

    Still waiting for Kelloggs to release Apple Jacks in the U.K, though.(Lovely yums!) No release on Apple jacks either, again, which is why import stores, do the best food magic for us.
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  • Star Citizen is selling virtual plots of land for up to Ł96 a pop

  • SpaceMonkey77 29/11/2017

    In the wake of micro-transaction stuff, if this is what gamers want to do with their funds for fun, that's up to them. Be sure to be an adult with all stuff regarding real world funds.


    Having a plot of land in this world, doesn't sound like a bad idea. Would rather see buy options open up, once playing the game, though. Perhaps this is building the hype up for Star Citizen, which we all hope is out in 2018. I think there's going to be a race for attention, with Anthem due in 2018 too, both of these games are the ones to watch.


    I'd look forward to having farm land with a cool super house, as well as a small space port & town to sell wares from & build into a city, from nothing. Good luck anyway, still looking forward to SC.
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  • Tekken 7 gets Geese Howard from Fatal Fury tomorrow

  • SpaceMonkey77 29/11/2017

    Terry Bogard! is better select option.

    ''Power geyser!''
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  • Raji and the rise of Indian gamedev

  • SpaceMonkey77 29/11/2017

    Many nations have cool ancient tales & lore, that could be tapped for video games (as we recently saw with a ideology based fighting game). The trouble is convincing others, but I'm glad to see this changing to a better. Raji looks cool, after watching some Get Indie Gaming video footage. I hope they can do something different than the norm.

    Good luck.
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  • Square Enix speaks out on the future of Deus Ex

  • SpaceMonkey77 29/11/2017

    That's nice, but overall perhaps Square need some new games in their stable. Sleeping Dogs is way cool, but had its run. Hitman is Hitman & back in Io indie hands & ways. TR always does well via reboot, which leaves Deus Ex, still a rad game series rebooted well & very story entric. In a world with more multiplay, I'm not sure if much of these games have the legs to do more for Square, which is why its of import to have something more to create. Mobile games might give another outlet, but rarely something new, usually more of the same series. FF is doing well again, but it always does, with many looking forward to FFVII Reboot possibly in 2018.

    Still love what Square are doing anyway, with their games which are always fun & its been good for them to diversify, than stay in jrpg territory & like Sega, Square have learned well from it. Wouldn't say no to a reboot or spin off of Parasite Eve though (I know that's based on a book, mind), that rare hokey science supernatural jrpg fave (might be better as a Persona style game. Perhaps it might also be time to port some old Square game collections onto Switch, from PC, like FFVII, VIII & IX, from the Steam versions. Remember the old SNES CD/Square split of old? These three would make a great Switch collection one, with collection two containing FFX (maybe outsider online FFXI) & FFXII & maybe FFXIII. (Take a tip from Nintendo on the bundle side). These games have also never graced a Nintendo system, so should keep many classic gamers happy. Could Switch run FFXIV? Something to consider, but only Square would know as that might be asking too much. Sell the collections digitally to save space.

    Wow, but anyone would think I was ordering gaming take out, as all of the above are cool games but a lot of work, let alone brand new games. Nosgoth was a cool online game, but got drowned out on PC & sadly didn't get to consoles which could have saved it.

    As for Deus Ex, it will truck on still. In a post BR 2049 world, it has more place too. It just needs chance to breath. Good luck whatever you do next, Square. TR will lead for action adventure games, now that Uncharted has run its course for the most part. As for anything new, let us be patient.
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  • Yooka-Laylee finally has a Nintendo Switch release date

  • SpaceMonkey77 28/11/2017

    Something fun to distract gamers to climb onto. If this game had a level editor/upload feature, it could be played forever. Something to think about, Rare?


    Another Switch game? Woot! Enjoy it.
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  • Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp review

  • SpaceMonkey77 28/11/2017

    Not my brand of jam, but I'm glad to see Nintendo trying more with mobile. Can only win them more fans for Switch too. I'll wait & see the numbers around March 31st 2018. Good luck! Reply -1
  • After nine years, Demon's Souls' servers are going offline for good

  • SpaceMonkey77 28/11/2017

    Great game but I totally agree this one needs a PC port to better preserve it, perhaps with a 4K upgrade. It being out for a decade of fun is a goal enough. Maybe even a Switch port to help it stay online too.

    Come on From & Sony, do what you know is best & port this to PC, where like a zombie drinking from an Estus flask, it'll always be available & never die with PS3. If you can port Shadow of the Colossus to PS4, surely Demons Souls deserves the same. Dark Souls has also done well on PC, so please think about it.
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  • Revisiting Crysis, the last great bastion of PC elitism

  • SpaceMonkey77 27/11/2017

    Sing of the days when PC tech was striving, but without much to follow as some pioneering devs did with Crysis. Trouble with building from engines exclusive is getting others to invest in them. Crysis games were alright action games, but were also more of a showcase for its engine.

    Now that the graphic engine race has pretty much been deluged by Unreal 4 & new kid on the block, Unity. devs would prefer to opt for one of them, & most rare are devs that build their own engines, with dreams of gaining from exclusive rights & encouraging others to use it.

    Like Crysis, Square's awesome Luminous engine is wicked awesome tech, but beyond Square, few will sadly opt use it & opt for Unreal 4 or Unity instead, both of which have more support & also come with varied language translations for devs across the globe. Unity's low cost even luring many japanese devs, who might want to try their first 3D game, but also not have it look like PS2 fodder, as many japanese 3D games used to look, & this works out.

    Back to Crysis, its sad what happened with its dev, but when they stopped focusing on more varied & quality games & more on engine wiz bang & elite PC users that are few, they may have stretched themselves too far, latter games in the series having problems, suffering. The rest is history. Crysis was an ambitious game in its time & we'll thank those for its efforts. I hope its talented devs move onto something new.
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  • Gladius - Relics of War looks like Warhammer 40,000 meets Civilization

  • SpaceMonkey77 27/11/2017

    Can't go wrong with more Warhammer video gaming. As many aren't jumping into the tabletop physical game these days, thanks to the march of video games, its good to see Games Workshop adjusting to this challenge.

    Loved the WH40K Space Marine TPS game a lot, & Deathwing & Vermintude games have found fun for many too. Dawn of War speaks for itself. Let's wait & see if this game can bring anything new to us, or just more of the fun same.
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