Coromon Demo Available For Pokemon-Style RPG

Coromon

TRAGSoft is working on a new RPG called Coromon. If it sounds a lot like an expy for Pokemon that’s because it is. I don’t know if they’ll be able to keep the game alive before Nintendo starts swinging their legal hammer at them, but before that happens you might want to check out the free demo, which is currently available for download right now. Continue reading “Coromon Demo Available For Pokemon-Style RPG”

Shinsekai: Into The Depths, Deep Sea Puzzle-Platformer Launches on Switch

Shinsekai

Capcom’s Shinsekai: Into The Depths is currently available right now for the Nintendo Switch for just $19.99. The 2.5D puzzle-platformer seemingly came out of nowhere and landed on the Nintendo eShop with very little fanfare other than a brief mention in the news segment of the Nintendo Mini Direct. Continue reading “Shinsekai: Into The Depths, Deep Sea Puzzle-Platformer Launches on Switch”

SINoAlice Pre-Registration Live Ahead Of Jun 30th Global Launch

SINoAlice

Square Enix and Pokelabo announced that pre-registration is live for the global version of Yoko Taro’s mobile game, SINoAlice. The Japanese version has been running for some time, but the global version was delayed so that they could improve localization. The game’s delay took place back in July of 2019. The new release date for the global version is now set for June 30th, 2020. Continue reading “SINoAlice Pre-Registration Live Ahead Of Jun 30th Global Launch”

Pokémon: Home Accrues $2.6 Million In Its First Month

Pokémon: Home went live on February 12th, 2020, and in the following week it managed to pull in 1.3 million downloads. Additionally, one month later, we learn that folks on Switch, iOS, and Android devices downloaded the app more than 2.3 million times. Continue reading “Pokémon: Home Accrues $2.6 Million In Its First Month”

Genshin Impact Video Previews Breath Of The Wild-Inspired Adventuring

Genshin Impact

There’s a new third-person adventure title in the works from miHoYo called Genshin Impact. The Chinese-developed title hasn’t seen a lot of coverage since its initial announcement, but it was part of Sony’s Tokyo Game Show line-up last year. This year, however, miHoYo brought the game to PAX East in Boston, Massachusetts, giving gamers a firsthand look at the open-world adventure title featuring hot waifus and breathtaking visuals. Continue reading “Genshin Impact Video Previews Breath Of The Wild-Inspired Adventuring”

Panic Arts Studios CEO Targeted By SJWs For Criticizing Immigrants

Hero Siege

As the world crumbles down around our ears, people are finally getting fed up with having their country, their culture, and their lives being put at stake due to traitorous politicians trying to incite manufactured genocide by carelessly opening the borders to all manner of barbarians, savages, and criminals. When Panic Art Studios CEO, Elias Viglione, expressed his discontent at the increasingly unsafe and societal degradation of his homeland, the typical Social Justice mobs on Twitter were quick to target him as they are wont to do. Continue reading “Panic Arts Studios CEO Targeted By SJWs For Criticizing Immigrants”

Pokémon: Home Reaches 1.3 Million Downloads In Its First Week, Says Report

Pokémon: Home went live on February 12th, 2020, allowing folks on Switch, iOS, and Android devices to download the app. Well, many people have done so according to a new report in that the new application has reached 1.3 million downloads in its first week. Continue reading “Pokémon: Home Reaches 1.3 Million Downloads In Its First Week, Says Report”

David Cage Says Quantic Dream Will Self-Publish From Here On Out

The man obsessed with shower scenes best known as David Cage announced mid-last year that his company, Quantic Dream, would venture into self-publishing after dropping Sony as an exclusive distributor. And as of now, Cage says that fans should expect to see Quantic Dream self-publish various games moving forward. Continue reading “David Cage Says Quantic Dream Will Self-Publish From Here On Out”

Nvidia Attempts to Blame Misunderstanding for Activision Pulling Games From Their Streaming Service

There is one truth about streaming that companies are hoping consumers do not pick up on before it is too late to do anything about it: That being the simple fact that you own nothing, you have rights to nothing, and if the content owner wishes to pull their game(s) because they don’t want to compete with themselves you the end user are flat out of luck. Continue reading “Nvidia Attempts to Blame Misunderstanding for Activision Pulling Games From Their Streaming Service”

Samsung And Xbox Team Partner To Work On A Premium Streaming Experience

It looks like Samsung and Microsoft’s Xbox Team have partnered together to bring gamers yet another “streaming service.” David Park, Samsung’s director of strategy, revealed that the company is currently working with the Xbox Team on a “premium cloud-based game streaming experience.” Continue reading “Samsung And Xbox Team Partner To Work On A Premium Streaming Experience”

Fire Emblem Heroes Crossover Uses Assets From Tokyo Mirage Sessions

Tokyo Mirage Sessions

The censorship has managed to cross-pollinate from one franchise to another with the Fire Emblem Heroes crossover event with the Switch’s version of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. The crossover sees the former utilizing assets from the latter. Continue reading “Fire Emblem Heroes Crossover Uses Assets From Tokyo Mirage Sessions”

Nintendo Mobile Games Lifetime Revenue Passes $1 Billion, According To Report

Nintendo has six mobile games, but those games have generated over $1 billion in lifetime revenue through player spending, according to Sensor Tower. The biggest contributor to this new Nintendo milestone can be attributed to Fire Emblem Heroes. Continue reading “Nintendo Mobile Games Lifetime Revenue Passes $1 Billion, According To Report”

Pokémon: Home Will Have A Free Plan And Paid Subscription At Launch

According to the Pokémon Company, the upcoming “service” known as Pokémon: Home will arrive with two plans known as the “free plan” and the “premium plan.” The premium plan will run folks $2.99, $4.99, and $15.99 for a 30-day, 90-day, or one-year-long subscription. Pokémon Home will go live sometime this February for Switch and mobile devices. Continue reading “Pokémon: Home Will Have A Free Plan And Paid Subscription At Launch”

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