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An explosion several years in the making.
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Bowser Replacing Reggie Fils-Aime as Nintendo of America President
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Bowser Replacing Reggie Fils-Aime as Nintendo of America President
With Reggie set to retire this year after 15 memorable years in the position. As for Bowser, yeah that's Doug Bowser who'll be stepping into Reggie's shoes as Nintendo of America president in April. Alongside the announcement of his retirement, Reggie posted a heartfelt video message to Nintendo fans.

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EA Australia Studio, FireMonkeys, Hit with Massive Layoffs - UPDATED
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EA Australia Studio, FireMonkeys, Hit with Massive Layoffs - UPDATED
Kotaku is reporting that EA has began a round of massive layoffs at Melbourne-based studio, FireMonkeys. The report suggests that up to 80 or 100 people may have been let go in a development studio allegedly housing some 200-odd personnel, though Kotaku states that these figures are not verified.

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THQ Nordic Raises More Money to Continue its Acquisisition and Spending Spree
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THQ Nordic Raises More Money to Continue its Acquisisition and Spending Spree
With its recent acquisition of Kingdom Come: Deliverance developer Warhorse Studios, plus a long list of franchises including Darksiders, Alone in the Dark, Carmageddon, TimeSplitters, and more - THQ Nordic is just getting warmed up. As reported over at GamesIndustry.biz the publisher has raised over $225 milliion USD and plans to use it to continue shopping.

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Rumour Watch: Microsoft and Nintendo Sitting in a Tree, S H A R I N G
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Rumour Watch: Microsoft and Nintendo Sitting in a Tree, S H A R I N G
Grains of salt and all that, but a major rumour currently floating out of Direct Feed Games (thanks Game Informer) is suggesting Microsoft might be working with Nintendo to bring select Microsoft-published games to Nintendo Switch via Game Pass which, if true, would be a huge blow to the more cross-platform conservative Sony camp.

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Red Dead Online's First Title Update Brings New Game Modes, Items and a Gold Ned Kelly Suit
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Red Dead Online's First Title Update Brings New Game Modes, Items and a Gold Ned Kelly Suit
It says a lot about the fact this is the first title update to Red Dead Online given it's not only still in beta, but has also been out in the wild for quite awhile now. And rather than just dropping in fixes and balance, the update brings with it a plethora of new content and gameplay opportunities.

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The Division 2's Endgame is All About the New Black Tusks Faction
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The Division 2's Endgame is All About the New Black Tusks Faction
A high tech army equipped and primed to take out all remaining survivors in the Washington D.C. area. With the Black Tusks appearing in-game once the main campaign is over and players have powered up their Division agents. We saw a glimpse of this in the recent Private Beta, that included a high level version of an existing mission re-interpreted with the new threat.

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Media Molecule's Dreams will Have Early Access to Creator Mode
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Media Molecule's Dreams will Have Early Access to Creator Mode
And it'll be available in Australia this autumn, Sony Computer Entertainment Australia has revealed. The Early Access to Creator mode for Dreams will be available as a digital download from the PlayStation Store and will feature all creation tools, social tools as well as the arcade content created by Media Molecule to play and also remix.

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Former DICE Boss, Patrick Söderlund, Has Revealed His New Indie Title is a Free-to-Play Cooperative Action Game
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Former DICE Boss, Patrick Söderlund, Has Revealed His New Indie Title is a Free-to-Play Cooperative Action Game
Söderlund famously walked away from one of the top jobs at EA and DICE last year to form Stockholm-based Indie, Embark Studios. And while normally departures with so little water travelled under the bridge bear little-to-no details on upcoming projects, the prominent gaming figure has revealed the studio's first project to be a "cooperative free-to-play action game set in a distant future, about overcoming seemingly impossible odds by working together".

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World War Z Developer Calls Epic Games Store 'The Best Deal for Players and Developers'
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World War Z Developer Calls Epic Games Store 'The Best Deal for Players and Developers'
With the CEO of Saber Interactive, the studio behind the upcoming co-op Left 4 Dead style shooter World War Z, Matthew Karch making the announcement an Epic Games Store post. Citing that the increased 88% revenue share over Steam's 70% leads to more investment into the actual development of the game.

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Apex Legends Gets a New Weapon - A High-Powered Energy Assault Rifle
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Apex Legends Gets a New Weapon - A High-Powered Energy Assault Rifle
That has the ability, via a mod, to become a hit-scan charged beam sniper rifle of sorts. Called The Havoc the new weapon announcement and reveal came overnight, and sparks what will be steady stream of new content coming to the popular Apex Legends in the coming weeks.

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Logitech Bringing Back the Classic MX518 Gaming Mouse
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Logitech Bringing Back the Classic MX518 Gaming Mouse
Yeah, we had one of these. And probably still do somewhere, buried in a pile of old peripherals. The shiny glossy finish, the ergonomic feel, the soft grips, the impressive performance. 2005: The Gaming Mouse. And now, it's back! And just like last year's return of the Classic IntelliMouse from Microsoft, the Logitech MX518 is making a comeback.

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Microsoft Announce a Few More Games Coming to Game Pass This Month
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Microsoft Announce a Few More Games Coming to Game Pass This Month
In addition to Batman: Return to Arkham which was announced earlier. The new games coming aren't new in the sense of release date, but fill in a few gaps as well as include a few cult classics. Like the metroidvania action of Headlander, The Walking Dead: Season 2, and Alien: Isolation. Dates and details after the jump.

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Paradox Joins with Microsoft to Launch Paradox Mods for Xbox One and PC
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Paradox Joins with Microsoft to Launch Paradox Mods for Xbox One and PC
Which is described as an independent modding platform that's open to all modders. Naturally the service will begin with one of Paradox Interactive' own titles Surviving Mars - available on Xbox One and PC. How it works is pretty simple, with mod creators being able to share their work with players across Xbox One and PC via a single upload.

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Time to Eat Some DiRT From February 26 When DiRT Rally 2.0 Releases
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Time to Eat Some DiRT From February 26 When DiRT Rally 2.0 Releases
The hotly anticipated DiRT Rally 2.0 is set to hit shelves this February 26 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Overnight racing game masters, Codemasters, released a launch trailer for the game and also highlighted their seasonal content plans for the game in its first 11 weeks.

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Path of Exile: Synthesis is the New Expansion Coming Next Month
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Path of Exile: Synthesis is the New Expansion Coming Next Month
With Synthesis being the first Path of Exile expansion for 2019. Developer Grinding Gear Games made the announcement today, alongside confirmation that it will launch simultaneously across PC, Xbox One, and PS4 on March 8. Which marks the game's long-awaited debut on Sony's platform.

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Warhammer: Chaosbane is Looking More and More Like a Diablo 3 Clone in its Latest Character Trailer
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Warhammer: Chaosbane is Looking More and More Like a Diablo 3 Clone in its Latest Character Trailer
Which focuses on Bragi Axebiter, the dwarf Slayer. Who leaps and attacks like a Diablo 3 barb, including what looks like a whirlwind-focused build for taking out packs of mobs. Look, it's even got us talking about it like it's Diablo 3 in this write-up. Now, as huge fans of the isometric action-RPG we're excited to play Warhammer: Chaosbane, but we hope there's a bit more to it.

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Overwatch's Newest Map 'Paris' is Live Now Across PC, PS4, and Xbox One
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Overwatch's Newest Map 'Paris' is Live Now Across PC, PS4, and Xbox One
Alongside a new trailer depicting some robot cabaret and some of the scenic sights that players will see - when they're not contesting a point. Plus a few seconds of a pigeon eating a croissant, which can only mean one thing. The next Overwatch hero will be none other than Croissant Pigeon.

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Total War: Three Kingdoms 'Records Mode' Provides a More Historically Accurate Version of Battles
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Total War: Three Kingdoms 'Records Mode' Provides a More Historically Accurate Version of Battles
Classic Total War basically. Set in Ancient China, the upcoming Total War: Three Kingdoms offers a romanticised look at the period with hero characters that act in a lot of ways like superheroes - with powerful abilities and being able to duel opponents in fierce martial arts showdowns. It leads to a more cinematic take on the traditionally historical Total War series, bringing it more in line with the Warhammer off-shoot.

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New Subnautica Xbox One Update Addresses Crashes and Other Issues
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New Subnautica Xbox One Update Addresses Crashes and Other Issues
After all, that's usually what the intended purpose of an update is. At any rate, Unknown Worlds has acknowledged that the game on Xbox One was using too much memory, thus causing crashes and have addressed this and other issues, in the game's most recent update, out now.

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New Seasonal Content for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Drops Today
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New Seasonal Content for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Drops Today
Activision and Treyarch have revealed Operation Grand Heist, the new season of content dropping today for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. New content has been added to each section of the game, as well as the addition of a new Specialist.

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