One Piece: Unlimited World Red Heading To Nintendo Switch

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One Piece: Unlimited World Red Heading To Nintendo Switch

The deluxe edition of One Piece: Unlimited World Red is coming to Nintendo Switch on September 29.

Originally released as a DS title in 2013, the game then appeared on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and Wii U. This deluxe version, which comes with enhanced visuals, frame rate, and over 40 pieces of DLC, is also coming to PlayStation 4.

Unlimited World Red is an action-adventure game that takes you throughout the One Piece timeline. You're able to control all of the Straw Hats (as well as other heroes and villains) in an original adventure. There's also a town hub world that Luffy can upgrade and manage.

One Piece: Unlimited World Red Heading To Nintendo Switch

about X hours ago from
One Piece: Unlimited World Red Heading To Nintendo Switch

The deluxe edition of One Piece: Unlimited World Red is coming to Nintendo Switch on September 29.

Originally released as a 3DS title in 2013, the game then appeared on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and Wii U. This deluxe version, which comes with enhanced visuals, frame rate, and over 40 pieces of DLC, is also coming to PlayStation 4.

Unlimited World Red is an action-adventure game that takes you throughout the One Piece timeline. You're able to control all of the Straw Hats (as well as other heroes and villains) in an original adventure. There's also a town hub world that Luffy can upgrade and manage.

Full Throttle Remastered Is Available Now On iOS

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Full Throttle Remastered Is Available Now On iOS

Full Throttle Remastered released earlier this year on PlayStation 4, Vita, and PC, and now it's available on iOS for just $4.99. 

Full Throttle is a classic LucasArts adventure game from 1995 that creator Tim Schafer and Double Fine just gave a fresh coat of paint. In our review, we said "The quirks of the original game are as attractive today as they were then, and this version does a fine job smoothing out the rough edges, making Full Throttle Remastered a road trip worth taking." 

To celebrate the iOS release, Double Fine put out a new cinematic trailer that you can view below.

Pacific Rim: Uprising Teaser Features A Familiar Voice

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Pacific Rim: Uprising Teaser Features A Familiar Voice

During Comic Con, a teaser was released for the upcoming sequel, Pacific Rim: Uprising, and much like the trailer for the first film (and the film itself) it features a familiar voice.

In the original film Ellen McLain, who voiced GLaDOS in Portal and every other game that the character has so far appeared, played the A.I. that helped control the film's Jaeger mechs. Her voice was featured prominently in the movie's first trailer. Guillermo Del Toro, who directed the first film, said McLain's inclusion and the use of her iconic GLaDOS voice was totally intentional and even Valve-approved.

If the teaser for Uprising is any indication, it sounds like McLain and her GLaDOS voice are returning for part two. You can check out the teaser below.

June 2017 NPD: Tekken 7 Leads The Charge, Crash Bandicoot And Nintendo Have Impressive Showings

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June 2017 NPD: Tekken 7 Leads The Charge, Crash Bandicoot And Nintendo Have Impressive Showings

NPD Group has released its monthly industry sales report and overall video game sales are trending upwards. Total video game spending rose seven percent from June 2016. Hardware and software sales increased compared to last year, but spending on accessories saw a decline. The PlayStation 4 was the best-selling console of the month and year to date, hardware spending has grown 19 percent compared to 2016 with the Nintendo Switch being the catalyst for the growth. Spending on portable hardware has declined, though it's unclear if the Switch is considered a home or portable console.

Software sales only increased by one percent compared to last year. Tekken 7 was the best-selling game of the moth and even without counting digital sales, Nintendo was able to claim three of the top 10 slots with Arms, Breath of the Wild, and Mario Kart 8. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was the number four best-selling game, which is an impressive feat considering the game was only out during the last two days of June.

NPD Top 20 Games For May 2017

Come Face-To-Face With Sonic Forces' New Villain: Infinite

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Come Face-To-Face With Sonic Forces' New Villain: Infinite

After a tease in Sonic Forces' E3 2017 trailer, Sonic fans can get a closer look at the game's mysterious antagonist: Infinite.

It looks like this new adversary is faster than the blue hedgehog, and his power readings are so off the charts, not even Tails can make sense of them. Hopefully Sonic knows what he's up against.

Sonic Forces launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC this holiday. For more on Sonic Forces, check out our interview with series producer and head of Sonic Team, Takashi Iizuka.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Has Officially Completed Development

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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Has Officially Completed Development

You can now rest assured that Uncharted: The Lost Legacy probably won't be delayed.

We're proud to announce that Uncharted: The Lost Legacy has gone gold! We can't wait to get it into your hands, beginning August 22. pic.twitter.com/SBVZJD8lQb

Naughty Dog tweeted this morning that the game gas gone gold, which means development has completed and the game is in its final (pending post-release updates) playable form. Unfortunately, we still have to wait until August 22 to play the game on PlayStation 4.

John Romero Reveals The Secret Identity Of Doomguy From Doom's Box Art

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John Romero Reveals The Secret Identity Of Doomguy From Doom's Box Art

A bodybuilder was hired to pose for the box art's iconic image, but unfortunately, he didn't make the cut.

John Romero, id co-founder and Doom designer, recently shared a blog about the game's memorable box art and how it came to exist.

According to Romero, Don Punchatz, who created the Doom font and drew the game's box art, brought in a male body builder to photograph for reference to create the game's cover. Punchatz, Romero, and this unnamed bodybuilder worked together to try and come up with cool poses, imagining how a marine would tackle a mountain of demons from the top, but struggled to come up with a cool pose – until Romero stepped in to offer some sample poses for what he had in mind. The image that was ultimately used was one where Romero was holding the gun, and the bodybuilder was grabbing his arm.

Nintendo Files European Trademark For N64 Controller

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Nintendo Files European Trademark For N64 Controller

NeoGAF forum poster Rösti has found a Nintendo trademark application in the EU (dated July 18) for graphical representations of Nintendo controllers – including the N64.

This was previously done for the NES and SNES, which have subsequently received mini systems, so the belief is that Nintendo may be gearing up for an N64 mini in the future as well.

Of course, trademarks are often filed that never lead to anything, so who knows.