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The 11 single-player games that I liked the most in 2017

One of the topics that has given more to talk about this week is the closure of Visceral Games by Electronic Arts. This situation has caused a stir because it affected the Star Wars game that was developing the study and that it was intended to be a linear adventure for a single player, but now it will take a new course after passing into the hands of EA Vancouver.

This has led us to ask ourselves, are single-player adventures no longer worth it? Do you seriously have no place today in the world of video games? Absolutely and of course it would be a mistake to think something like this after what we have seen in this 2017 for the authentic masterpieces that we have had the opportunity to enjoy and that are geared to be an experience for a single player. Continue reading The 11 single-player games that I liked the most in 2017

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The countdown to the launch of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has begun and these are all its new features

The next big date set in the release calendar for Switch is at the end of this month, and this time will offer millions of users the possibility to enjoy the best ‘Mario Kart’ to date, or meet again in the Complete version of ‘Mario Kart 8’ ever made.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will bet on moving the frantic races with impossible loopings by land, sea and air of the heroes of the Great N that we could already see on Wii U, but adding a whole batch of juicy news to the equation, and Which Nintendo boasts in its latest trailer. Continue reading The countdown to the launch of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has begun and these are all its new features

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2Dark adapts the survival horrors to the 2D without losing one iota of tension, and its trailer proves it

Frédérick Raynal returns to video games and although he experimented with avant-garde 3D in his iconic ‘Alone in the Dark’, his new project called ‘2Dark’ comes with a marked retro accent based on pixels and A top-down perspective that will not stop us from getting any start. Continue reading 2Dark adapts the survival horrors to the 2D without losing one iota of tension, and its trailer proves it

For Honor

Seven things we have loved about the beta of For Honor

‘For Honor’ it is one of those games that inevitably burst through the eyes after his presentation, but it’s one of those experiences that you do not know very well what you are getting until you’re at the controls. That moment for me was during its closed beta last weekend and you could say that the sensations are very good.

There are light and dark, of course, but we wanted to awaken our positivism to choose here a most positive points that they can to make ‘For Honor’ option, at least, original and risky. It’s not something we see very often in this medium, so when things come this way it’s impossible not to applaud. Continue reading Seven things we have loved about the beta of For Honor

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Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown expands its horizons to PS4 will reach Xbox One and PC

The saga of Namco Bandai dogfights is not only a continuation of the series on PlayStation 4, but is also one of the most promising games for Virtual Reality device. However, the Sony desktop will not be the only aircraft carrier on which the fighters will land the seventh numbered installment of ‘Ace Combat’. Continue reading Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown expands its horizons to PS4 will reach Xbox One and PC

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Damian Wayne will return to Robin’s mantle in Injustice 2 and you can see him moving

After the events that ended up costing the lives of Dick Grayson Robin -the originally in the first ‘Injustice’, the son of Bruce Wayne returns as the more sinister version of the Boy Wonder. In fact, this time it will not be an alternative version of ‘Nightwing’: Damian Wayne deploy its own combat style and includes a bloodthirsty sword. Continue reading Damian Wayne will return to Robin’s mantle in Injustice 2 and you can see him moving

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Torment: Tides of Numenera reviews its gameplay and combat system in a complete trailer

In so vast and so full of possibilities and aims to be the world of ‘Torment: Tides of Numenera’ it looks that virtually everything we do. At least his new trailer about being a good example of this, especially when fighting against groups of enemies, to the point of reaching resolve combat multiple different ways, even without spilling a drop of blood. Continue reading Torment: Tides of Numenera reviews its gameplay and combat system in a complete trailer

Wonder Boy

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap will head to Nintendo Switch sometime in 2017

Lizardcube and DotEmu have announced that ‘Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap’, the remake of the classic game Master System, will have a version for Nintendo Switch, being the Nintendo console another that will host the launch of this fun action title and platforms sometime this year. Continue reading Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap will head to Nintendo Switch sometime in 2017

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Seven games that evolved the narrative in 2016

Often, between discussions about graphics or industry mechanisms arranged to make our savings out of our pocket, we forget that video game, as well as fantastic entertainment based on what is transmitted through the controls or the keyboard, is also a means created to tell stories.

From simple and hackneyed saving the damsel in distress to the treatment of terminal illness of a loved one, the video game world offers some extremely banal stories but also other to remove your hat. More than about them, we want to talk about how to transmit it, how some have done it masterfully during the last year and how others can go a step further in 2017. Continue reading Seven games that evolved the narrative in 2016