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Sebastian Guadalupe

Born in Peru, a student of Communications, and a dedicated xbox fan, Sebastian has loved videogames since he was 5 years old and he's determined to show the world that they can be art.

Skyrim sells 30 million units, best selling Bethesda game

Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was one of the biggest success histories of the seventh generation of consoles, the open world fantasy rpg developed by Bethesda Game Studios and released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC in 2011 was incredibly acclaimed and its sales were outstanding even when compared to its successful predecessor Oblivion. As the years went ...

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Pokemon Stars is rumored to be a Nintendo Switch Pokemon RPG

pokemon-sun-moon

It is known that each pokemon generation has certain core games, Generation I had Red and Blue, Generation II had Gold and Silver, and those core games are usually followed by a sister game that is essentially an improved version of both, like Pokemon Yellow or Pokemon Crystal. Consoles can also get Pokemon RPGs that feature battles and a continuous adventure, like ...

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Xbox’s Project Scorpio and the high price dilemma

Project Scorpio

Whether you liked the way Xbox revealed Project Scorpio back at E3 2016, you can’t deny it got people talking all over the Xbox and PlayStation camps. People are still discussing prices, exclusive content, 4K , power, and everything else related to Microsoft’s newest iteration of the Xbox One. With a Holiday 2017 release window and many things that are ...

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Nintendo Switch could get new 3D Mario as launch title

3D Mario Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch captured the attention of the general public successfully thanks to a captivating trailer. The Switch combined an innovative concept with a selection of games that looked surprisingly good for a first trailer: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon and Mario Kart 8 ports, Skyrim Special Edition; it got people talking, to say the least. ...

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Dead Rising 4: Too many changes?

Dead Rising Xbox One

The Dead Rising franchise has always been well known for having some…unusual mechanics. Making an open world zombie survival horror beat ’em up is already a strange concept, but when you mix it up with a weapon system that allows anything to be used, and a 72-hour schedule with certain events that repeat with every subsequent playthrough, you get a ...

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Nier: Automata could release on Xbox One

Nier: Automata

Nier was an Action RPG released in 2010 that originally had mixed reviews, but over time perspective around it has changed and now many consider it a cult classic. A sequel called Nier: Automata was announced on E3 2015 during the Square Enix Conference but it confused many because at first, the only platform it was announced for was the ...

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Final Fantasy XV gets final demo

Final Fantasy XV

The fact that there are multiple Final Fantasy XV demos is a pretty clear sign of how messy that game’s development has been. The first demo, Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae, was released with first edition copies of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, on March 2015. Then, a demo featuring Young Noctis called “Platinum Demo” was available for free download on ...

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UPDATE: New Metro game revealed for 2017

Metro 2033

UPDATE: On November 9th, Deep Silver stated that “ambitious plans for the hugely successful Metro series. But… releasing the next game in 2017 is not one of them”. So, although a new Metro game is in development, it will most likely release on 2018. The Metro series is the pinnacle of atmospheric first person shooters, both Metro: 2033 and Metro: ...

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