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Before Spider-Man released on PS4 last month, there was some controversy surrounding a graphical change that removed some details from a previous demo. The main thing most people were concerned with was the size reduction of some puddles. Naturally, a small section of the gaming community was furious with the changes, going so far as to claim Insomniac had falsely advertised the game.

Now that some time has passed, Insomniac decided they would have their own fun with the issue. Head inside for more!

Nintendo Switch Online officially launched last week to some mixed reception. The company's first subscription model for online play is missing a lot of key features that draws gamers to other services like PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold, causing some people to call it a ripoff. However, the service is incredibly cheap for what it does offer, and a select group of Nintendo fans is appreciative of the benefits that are being offered.

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2018 is almost over, which means we're only a few months away from the highly anticipated release of Kingdom Hearts III. Since we're so close to the game's launch, Square Enix has been pumping out trailers and gameplay footage like crazy at this year's Tokyo Game Show.

Recently, we got our first look at the world based around Disney's Big Hero 6. The world captures the heart of San Fransokyo and it looks like players will be facing off against the "bugs" that had invaded Jiminy's journal in Kingdom Hearts Coded. It's only been a few days since that trailer was posted, but now Square has uploaded a much longer trailer, showing off more of San Fransokyo and revealing the return of some fan-favorite characters, such as Vexen, Demyx, and Roxas.

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To many, Game Freak is known as the company responsible for making the main Pokémon games. But the developers have branched out to other franchises before. Their latest project was revealed today to be a colorful RPG for the Nintendo Switch, tentatively titled Town.

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It's been quite some time since the last main entry in the Animal Crossing series, and fans have been hungry for more after Nintendo skipped an entire console generation without a new one. Well, today you can be glad to be an Animal Crossing fan, as Nintendo has finally announced that a brand new title is making its way to the Switch next year!

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Nintendo gave a quick recap of their new online service during today's Nintendo Direct. While most of the information was old, Nintendo revealed some brand new NES-Style controllers for the system that will be compatible with the classic NES titles available through the service.

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The Nintendo GameCube was the home of one of the most unique multiplayer RPGs out there: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles. The game made use of the GameBoy Advance link cable, allowing up to four players to join in on the fun. The game is regarded as a classic, and Square Enix has now decided to remaster it for a new generation.

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Buzz for Kingdom Hearts III is at an all-time high. After years of development, the game will finally release on January 29th, 2019. Square Enix recently released a new trailer for the game, showing off the world of Big Hero 6.

But that's not the only Kingdom Hearts goodie the publisher had up their sleeve. Square also revealed that they are working on a short, 10-minute VR experience that will bring players into the magical universe of the series. Head inside for more!

The internet has allowed the video game community to flourish like never before. People all around the world can come together and bond over all the awesome things about video games. This website and this article wouldn't exist if it weren't for the innovative technology that allows us to share opinions and news about video games and present it to such a wonderful community.

But the community has an ugly side too. Gamers can complain about some pretty dumb things. This time, the controversy is all about water puddles in Marvel's Spider-Man.

As August comes to a close, PlayStation Plus members can look forward to some great new titles to play through in September. This month we saw Mafia III and Dead by Daylight become available to PS Plus subscribers, and now Sony has announced what goodies are on the table for next month.

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Virtual Reality has opened up many possibilities in the world of gaming. We're now able to explore digital worlds and play games in tons of ways that just aren't possible with a normal controller and a television. There's no denying that VR is a huge focus in the modern gaming community.

However, it's no secret that the technology is limited. Motion sickness is a huge problem that plagues VR. However, one man might have the cure to this issue before the end of the year.

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A Hat in Time made a big splash in the indie game scene late last year by being one of the best and cutest 3D platformers of all time. Inspired by collect-a-thons from the early 2000s, A Hat in Time follows the adorable Hat Kid as she travels around and collects the missing Time Pieces that are used to power her spaceship.

In our review for the game, we praised the charming characters, catchy music, and fluid controls as some of A Hat in Time's best features. It truly is one of the best modern platforming games, and now Gears for Breakfast is looking to expand the world a little more with a new DLC pack called Seal the Deal coming next month.

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Dontnod has been teasing the sequel to the critically-acclaimed Life is Strange for a while now. The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit was released a couple of months ago for free to give players a taste of the upcoming Life is Strange 2. In Captain Spirit, players had a chance to delve into the imaginative mind of Chris, a young boy who pretends to be the amazing superhero Captain Spirit.

For those who played the game, the reveal for Life is Strange 2 may shock you a bit, as Chris is nowhere to be seen. However, there are two other faces you may recognize from the end of that title. These two are the main protagonists of the upcoming sequel to Life is Strange.

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In a world of countless RPGs, you might be worried that the genre is becoming stale over time. Unfortunately, many developers are too afraid to shake up the formula out of fear their games may not sell well. So while the big names play it safe, we turn to independent developers for innovation. Enter Quincy Pringle, a young developer who is ready to liven up the RPG scene with his new game OTHER: Her Loving Embrace. The game takes traditional turn-based battles and turns each one into an interactive experience.

I had a chance to talk to Quincy about his upcoming game, and he had a lot to share, including details about the game's story, characters, additional gameplay mechanics, and much more. Quincy went into detail about his passion for game development, some of his greatest inspirations, and even some hardships he's faced when working on projects in the past. Hit the jump for the full interview!

At E3 2018, Bethesda announced that The Elder Scrolls: Legends would be coming to home consoles in an effort to expand its audience. When speaking to Game Informer on this topic, Pete Hines of Bethesda confirmed the game would be cross-platform for all systems. However, the interviewer cut him off to make sure this applied to all consoles, as it had been assumed the PS4 would skip out on this feature. Hines made it a point to express how important this feature is to the game, and that Bethesda would not release it on any platform that will not support cross-play.

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