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This week: EVO results and announcements, all the details about Super Smash Bro Ultimate, a preview of the fall new releases for video games and the crew plays another round of "The Last Word".
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Earlier today, Nintendo Direct featured Super Smash Bros Ultimate, revealing new fighters, stages, music, items, and assist trophies. Nintendo Direct starts with Luigi in his Haunted Mansion gear, entering a castle. Luigi encounters classic Castlevania monsters; thus, introducing Simon Belmont! Richter Belmont also enters the fray to accompany Simon Belmont! Two new Echo fighters are...
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Smash Bros Melee and Wii U are both already scheduled for mainstage tournaments at EVO this year. Now it’s been announced that Nintendo will also be bringing its demo of Smash Bros Ultimate. Nintendo noted at E3 the game would have 66 characters at launch, but so far have only shown off 65… Could we...
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This week: the crew breaks down the E3 2018 press conferences from the E3 show floor. The latest from Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Bethesda, Ubisoft and more!
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The crew argue the merits of two developers style of story-telling.
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The Crew weighs in Active Shooter, a game removed from Steam due to it's offense concept.
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Resident Evil 7 officially launches on the Nintendo Switch, but only in Japan. Titled Resident Evil 7 Cloud Version, the game will only require a 45 megabyte file to be installed on the Switch and a stable internet connection. The game is digital only and will include all of the DLC released so far. Source:...
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Nintendo officially revealed the Switch’s paid online service. The service is $20 a year. Online play will be available, including 20 NES games with online play. More games added regularly. The Legend of Zelda, Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros 1 and 3, Dr. Mario, Donkey Kong, Ice Climbers, and more will be revealed. Service also...
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This week: Overwatch League Stage 3 playoff results, Nintendo's online platform for The Switch and are single player games dead?
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Nintendo is officially partnering up with Combo Breaker 2018, beefing up their presence in the fighting game community. Both Smash Bros for the WiiU and Melee will be supported games at the tournament. The tournament is scheduled for May 25th in St. Charles, Illinois. Source: Nintendo Wire Image: Pixabay
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