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First screenshots of Warhammer Quest 2

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Warhammer Quest 2 launches on iOS and Android devices autumn 2017. The turn-based strategy sequel is developed by Perchang, the new company founded by Ben Murch. Murch used to work at Warhammer Quest 1 developer Rodeo before it stopped making games. Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times features Chaos. Here’s ...

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Frank West is a zombie in Dead Rising 4 story DLC

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Dead Rising 4 gets single-player story DLC in April. Looking good, Frank. In Frank Rising, series star Frank West has succumbed to the undead infection. As Frank loses his humanity he races to find a cure for himself. Basically, he’s got a new zombie form that brings with it new ...

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PlayStation 3 production ends soon in Japan

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After a decade on sale, PlayStation 3 production ends soon. Sony’s official PlayStation website has signalled the end of PS3 production in Japan – which, undoubtedly, will mean the end of PS3 production for everywhere else. “Shipments are scheduled to end soon,” a new notice reads (thanks, GamesTalk, via Gematsu). ...

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Super Mario Run leaps onto Android next week

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Super Mario Run is coming to Android devices on 23rd March, Nintendo has announced. You can already pre-register for it on the Google Play Store. This will be the 2.0 version of the game, which will include new characters and the chance to unlock stage 1-4 in the free demo. ...

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Street Fighter IV gets Xbox One backwards compatibility

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Capcom’s fighting game classic Street Fighter IV has been added to Xbox One’s backwards compatibility library. This fourth numbered entry in the storied franchise received high acclaim upon its 2009 release. Eurogamer contributor Simon Parkin said “this is, in almost every way that matters, the perfect Street Fighter” in his ...

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Space Hulk: Deathwing just got a big new update

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Space Hulk: Deathwing came out in December 2016 and while I enjoyed it, it was pretty rough around the edges, with a number of technical issues and a lack of variation hindering what was on the whole a solid effort at bringing the Space Hulk tabletop to life in video ...

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Full Throttle Remastered release date set for April

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Tim Schafer’s 1996 biker-based point-and-kick adventure Full Throttle is finally getting its long-awaited HD remaster on 18th April for PC, PS4 and Vita. It will cost $14.99 (or your local equivalent), though PS Plus members will get it for 20 per cent off. You can pre-order it now on PSN ...

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