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Remember how the new God of War was declared the fastest-selling PlayStation 4 exclusive to date? Well, that record sure didn't last! Insomniac's Spider-Man hit store shelves less than two weeks ago on September 7th, but it didn't need anywhere near that amount of time to hit some impressive milestones. In just its first three days on the market, Spider-Man sold over 3.3 million copies.

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Capcom is just four months away from revitalizing one of their all-time greats for a modern audience. Resident Evil 2 will soon rise again, recreated in Resident Evil VII's RE Engine and featuring retooled gameplay, controls, and camera options. With Tokyo Game Show 2018 in full swing in Japan, Capcom has just dropped a new story trailer for the game, and you won't want to miss it!

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For too long there has been an injustice in the world of Dragon Ball FighterZ. The critically acclaimed anime-to-fighting-game adaptation has a star-studded cast of fantastic characters, but thus far a fan-favorite has been relegated to a supporting role. That's changing soon. Thanks to the latest issue of V-Jump in Japan, we now have official confirmation that Android 17 is on the way to FighterZ as a standalone character.

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Over the past year, there has been a massive controversy surrounding the existence of randomized loot boxes in video games. Whether or not loot boxes should be classified as gambling has been a hotly disputed topic, and in recent months certain types of loot boxes were made illegal in the Netherlands and Belgium. EA has decided this law doesn't apply to them.

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Numerous games have attempted to capture the magic of the "Metroidvania" genre over the years, and few have done it with as much critical acclaim as Team Cherry's Hollow Knight. After debuting on PC in 2017, it recently made its way to Nintendo Switch, and soon it will be available on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 as well. Team Cherry just announced the release date via a new trailer.

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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!

Square Enix originally showed concept art of a Kingdom Hearts III level based on Big Hero 6 at the 2015 D23 Expo. Finally, three years later, Square's showing off footage of the world in a new trailer focusing on Sora's adventures through the city of San Fransokyo. Additionally, several other features and hints toward the plot as a whole were touched upon.

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During this year's E3 we were all caught off guard by the surprise announcement that Fox McCloud of Star Fox fame is coming to Starlink: Battle for Atlas. It seems Nintendo has warmed up to Ubisoft thanks to the success of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, and Nintendo's favorite pilot was a perfect fit for their upcoming space adventure. So how does Fox fare in a non-Nintendo world?

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Final Fantasy XV is coming to Nintendo Switch! Well... sort of. Earlier this year Square Enix released a "Pocket Edition" of the game for mobile devices, and then later PC. This bite-sized re-telling of Noctis' grand adventure gave mobile players a way to experience the story of the game, even if their platform of choice wasn't capable of running the full game. Now that abridged experience is heading to multiple new platforms, including Nintendo Switch.

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Over the past couple of weeks, there has been an absurd "controversy" over the upcoming Spider-Man game from Insomniac. The debate stems from a screenshot comparison between the 2017 and 2018 builds of the game. In the later screenshot, some puddles have been removed, leading some angry fans to accuse Insomniac of a "downgrade." In response, the expert graphics analysts at Digital Foundry decided to investigate for themselves.

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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.

There's nothing quite like the hype, intrigue, and utter confusion felt by fans in the build-up to the launch of a Hideo Kojima game. Despite the fact that Death Stranding was first revealed over two years ago, we still know relatively little about Kojima's first major project since his nasty divorce from Konami. The game's E3 trailer left us with more questions than answers, but perhaps some of them will soon be answered.

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We're just a few days away from the launch of one of the most highly anticipated games of the year, Insomniac's take on Marvel's Spider-Man. Fans haven't yet begun swinging through the skyline of New York, but Insomniac is already looking ahead to the future. A three-part DLC pack titled "The City That Never Sleeps" has already been announced, and today we got a look at the first episode.

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Recently we've seen major progress towards a more united online community of gamers as Nintendo and Microsoft have opened up cross-play for games like Rocket League and Minecraft. Unfortunately, not everyone has been feeling the love. Sony has been opposed to this brave new world of cross-console play, stating that PlayStation is the best place to play, so it's not necessary to let PlayStation owners play with Xbox or Nintendo fans. Microsoft has some thoughts about that.

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