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Survey leaks "last adventure" Dragon Age: Inquisition story DLC


A survey has leaked ideas for a new $14.99 story-based Dragon Age: Inquisition downloadable content add-on. BioWare said earlier this month that “we’re not quite done with story content for DAI just yet”, suggesting more would come. The survey was received and separately verified by people on the Dragon Age ...

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Ex-BioShock dev's horror game Perception meets its Kickstarter goal


Perception, the horror game about a blind woman exploring a haunted New England manor, has surpassed its $150K Kickstarter goal. Currently sporting $154,992 with 42 hours to go, Perception is on track for an estimated June 2016 release on PC. Perception is the brainchild of Bill Gardner, an ex-Irrational staffer ...

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Oculus Touch is the gold standard in VR control


Perhaps the hottest appointment at this year’s E3 was a chance to try out the prototype Oculus Touch controllers. Such was the buzz around them that it took some persistence just to get my foot in the door. I’d been booked in to try the final Rift hardware (and very ...

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Nintendo heads into E3 with its hands tied


Nintendo won E3 hands-down last year, even if its victory counted for squat: for all the success of its Direct approach, and for all the strange new pleasures to be found in its line-up, there wasn’t much by way knock-on effect on for the fortunes of the Wii U. It ...

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Animal Crossing and Mario Maker Amiibo spotted


Nintendo has accidentally leaked what looks like another E3 announcement – a new range of Amiibo toys for Animal Crossing, and one for platformer-building sandbox Mario Maker. The image below is currently viewable on Nintendo of Europe’s own official site. We’ve known about card-based Amiibo for Animal Crossing for some ...

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Donkey Kong and Bowser guest star in Skylanders: SuperChargers

Turbo Charge Donkey Kong and Hammer Slam Bowser will make guest appearances in this year’s new Skylanders game, SuperChargers. Each character has a figurine that will only work on Nintendo platforms. Intriguingly, each has a switch on the base that will allow you to toggle the figures between recognised as ...

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Nintendo's painful metamorphosis leaves fans reeling


Nintendo’s E3 was always going to be a strange one, yet what unfurled in its Digital Event was as bizarre a piece of corporate theatre as its infamous 2008 conference, where the company danced to the grating tune of Wii Music and its over-energetic re-reveal. Back then, Nintendo fell out ...

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The E3 Bulletin: Thursday


Our daily roundups from E3 2015: Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Friday With Shenmue 3 and The Last Guardian now back on the scene (although the latter totally unchanged since we last saw it and the former not without some concerns) we’ve been wondering what unicorns the industry has ...

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