SEGA Ages to bring Sega classics to Nintendo Switch

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[Credits: Sega]

Today, SEGA has announced that they will be bringing back a series of classic SEGA titles on the Nintendo Switch. Developed by M2, the famed Japanese developer known for their high-quality ports of classic games, will be the ones responsible for the high-quality ports players will get to enjoy on their Nintendo Switch.

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God of War Review Round-Up: Step Aside Aloy, Kratos is Back

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[Credits: SIE Santa Monica Studio]

Sony is already preparing for one of their biggest years yet. While they are indeed the publisher of several of the PlayStation 4’s powerhouse titles to be landing on their console this year, developers like Sony Santa Monica have had their work cut out for them in order to ensure that they keep up with Sony’s growing standards in what a game should be. After all, they’ve already been absolutely dominating this generation with the likes of Killzone: Shadowfall (albeit it was the weakest in the Killzone franchise), Horizon Zero DawnKnack, and even their biggest hit that has yet to release to the general public: God of War.

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Interview: Project Phoenix Rising with Visionary Games’ Captain Spicy

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Over the past couple of months, I’ve been spending a lot of time watching Visionary Games and their progress with their upcoming title Project Phoenix Rising. During this time, I’ve come to appreciate what the team has done, the designs for their champions, the designs for the minions, and even a pre-alpha design for pieces of their upcoming map for the game. In order to understand what the team is up to, I was fortunate enough to sit down with Captain Spicy, Lead Project Manager and get some answers regarding their game.

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A Letter from the President: Announcing The Children’s Corner

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[Credits: THQ Nordic]

 Dear Blast Away the Game Review readers,

For the past five years, Blast Away the Game Review has continually strived to be the place you go for your gaming news, reviews, and exclusive editorials brought on by our team of talented writers. For the past few years, we’ve also received a few requests, ones from parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, brothers, sisters, and even those cousins you like to game with.

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XSEED Games unveils a massive line-up for 2018

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It’s not often you get an email, one that’s filled to the brim with exciting information regarding both games new and old. Luckily for us, all of these games look exciting, are exciting, and the franchises they are from are some of the most renowned around the world by XSEED fans both new and old. With a new lineup featuring many of their famed franchises, XSEED Games has announced that Marvelous will be kicking off their offerings starting on April 25, 2018 with a PC re-release of the once Xbox 360 exclusive Bullet Witch.

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NIS America President Releases Apology Statement after Sony Remarks

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[Credits: NIS America/SNK]

 It almost seems that no matter where you turn, something has happened somewhere in the gaming industry and sometimes, just sometimes, it may rub some people the wrong way. That may just happen to be the case for NIS America CEO and president Takuro Yamashita when he gave a recent interview with the UK trade publication MCV about NIS’ growing support for the Nintendo Switch.

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Let’s Group: 6 Upcoming Coop Games to watch for in 2018

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‘GTFO’ [Credits: 10 Chamber Collective]

We all do it once in a while, get the guys and gals together, jump in a party and take on a few super baddies for us to face off against some of the biggest threats we’ve yet to experience. While many games have already done so in their own unique ways, several of these upcoming games haven’t and each of them offers their own unique experiences for us to enjoy.

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Boss Key Releases Battle Royale title Radical Heights, Ditches LawBreakers

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For fans of LawBreakers there seemed to be a bit of hope as studio Boss Key Productions seemed to be gearing up for new content for their troubled game. However, yesterday, Boss Key Productions proved everyone wrong and announced their free-to-play Battle Royale title Radical Heights.

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Bethesda Reveals New Champion for Quake Champions, Strogg

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[Credits: id Software/Bethesda]

During the PAX East Bethesda Gameplay Day, id Software has revealed the upcoming plans for the April update, which will feature a new champion by the name of Strogg – one of the franchise’s fiercest warriors as well as a newly revealed a new Cthala-themed map. Along with their busy weekend, id Software and Bethesda have revealed a rather busy Quake esports events calendar. So let’s find out what’s in store for Quake Champions.

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SNK Heroines to Launch on Switch and PS4 on September 7

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[Credits: NIS/SNK]

The wait is almost over for those looking to get their hands on SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy when it launches on Sept. 7, 2018, for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. As players prepare themselves to lay down a solid smackdown, bone-crunching drop kicks, suplexes, and a variety of other attacks, SNK has announced a new fighter entering the ring this summer.

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