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Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom review roundup

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom review roundup

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom isn't going to be here until later this week, but reviews have started to go live today. The first title in the series, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, caught a lot of attention not just because of the fact that it was a solid JRPG, but also because of Studio Ghibli's involvement in the title. Studio Ghibli isn't returning for Ni no Kuni II, so can the game find success without the company that created films like Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, and My Neighbor Totoro backing it up?

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Overwatch’s newest hero goes live on March 20

Overwatch’s newest hero goes live on March 20

Overwatch players have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the game's 27th character, and while she's been available on the Public Test Realm for roughly two weeks already, Blizzard has finally revealed when she'll be arriving in the full game. Brigitte, a support/tank hybrid, will be playable starting on March 20th on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, which also means it's the first chance for console players to try the new hero.

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Fortnite’s 3.3 update is now live on consoles and PC

Fortnite’s 3.3 update is now live on consoles and PC

As one of the most-played games around the world right now, players are eager to learn of any news or releases for Epic Games' Fortnite. While most of the excitement this week has been surrounding the new mobile version of the game and the gradual rollout of invites, the developer has also released a new patch for the game on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, covering both the Battle Royale and Save the World modes.

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider release date announced

Shadow of the Tomb Raider release date announced

There have plenty of rumors suggesting that Square Enix was prepping a new Tomb Raider title for release this year, and now the company has confirmed them. Today, Square Enix revealed Shadow of the Tomb Raider, which will be the third entry in the reboot series that began with 2013's Tomb Raider. While we don't usually get release dates right when games are first revealed, Square Enix broke with that tradition in this instance, telling us precisely when this new game will arrive.

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Geralt of Rivia enters the Soulcalibur 6 arena

Geralt of Rivia enters the Soulcalibur 6 arena

The Soulcalibur series has a long history of including characters from other franchises in its games. Perhaps the examples players will remember most fondly is Link in the GameCube version of Soulcailbur 2, or Darth Vader and Yoda in Soulcalibur 4. Today we're learning the special crossover Bandai Namco is plotting for Soulcalibur 6, and it's going to be a big one.

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Sega Genesis Collection announced, snubs Switch

Sega Genesis Collection announced, snubs Switch

Sega is a pretty big fan of re-releasing its classic games, as it seems every console since Sega left the hardware business has had at least one collection of Genesis titles. The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will be no different in that regard, with today's announcement of the Sega Genesis Collection for both. As you'd expect, the compilation offers a bunch of noteworthy Sega Genesis games in one package, giving you a chance to either revisit the past or look into it for the first time, assuming you grew up in an era after the Sega Genesis was popular.

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Jurassic World game nabs Goldblum

Jurassic World game nabs Goldblum

We're just a few months out from the release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and like any big blockbuster movie, there's going to be a video game tie-in. For the first Jurassic World we saw a few different mobile games, but this time around, we're getting something a little more serious: Jurassic World Evolution, a park builder that's coming later this year to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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Sea of Thieves gets one last (massive) beta before launch

Sea of Thieves gets one last (massive) beta before launch

We are quickly closing in on the launch date for Sea of Thieves. Anticipation for this new title from Rare and Microsoft is high, thanks in part to the many beta tests Rare has been hosting to make sure Sea of Thieves is ready for prime time. Rare is ready to put the game's servers through their paces one more time before launch, announcing today what will be the final - and largest - beta for Sea of Thieves.

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H1Z1 goes free-to-play as pro league gets underway

H1Z1 goes free-to-play as pro league gets underway

We don't hear much about H1Z1 these days. Though it was one of the earlier Battle Royale games to arrive on the scene, it was quickly eclipsed by both PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and later Fortnite upon their respective releases. Still, Daybreak Games is chugging along with H1Z1, announcing today that it has gone free-to-play.

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Fortnite’s new limited time game mode sounds like a wild ride

Fortnite’s new limited time game mode sounds like a wild ride

Fortnite's free Battle Royale has become insanely popular in recent months, and that growth is thanks in large part to what the game is doing to shake up the BR genre. The addition of building mechanics was enough differentiate it at first, but Epic has been taking it one step further with the introduction of limited time game modes. The first game mode of this type, which launched earlier this year, pitted two teams of 50 players against one another, and now the next limited time game mode is ready to go.

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StarCraft is turning 20 and Blizzard has in-game goodies to celebrate

StarCraft is turning 20 and Blizzard has in-game goodies to celebrate

StarCraft, one of the biggest game franchises of all time, has a big birthday coming up. March 31, 2018 will mark 20 years since the launch of the original StarCraft, and though Blizzard already released a remastered version of the game last year, it still has something planned for this occasion. Blizzard's celebration will take the form of various in-game goodies across its entire library of games, so regardless of which Blizzard game is your favorite, you should be in for a freebie of some sort.

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Chrono Trigger is now on Steam, but fans aren’t happy

Chrono Trigger is now on Steam, but fans aren’t happy

The Super Nintendo gave us a lot of truly amazing games. Super Mario World, Final Fantasy VI, and Super Metroid all immediately come to mind, but there are quite a few players who rank Chrono Trigger above all of them. I happen to be one of those players, so imagine my surprise and elation to see that Chrono Trigger is now available on Steam.

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