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Otherwise known as a gaming steering wheel, the gaming wheel is a controller device that is hooked to the console via USB and utilized for simulating the real experience in popular racing games. It is highly adaptable to movements and allows the user to have a more integrated and realistic experience. There are many popular options on the market that allow gamers to feel like they are driving an actual vehicle with a break and acceleration pedal that usually accompany it.
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It’s far too common to see games where players assume the role of the hero. Why don’t more games let you jump into a more villainous role? You’ll be able to fight for the wrong side now that Nefarious is out. This 2D action platformer takes its cues from Mega Man with a few twists. The main difference is that now you are the “boss” during boss fights. Of course, you’re also a princess kidnapper extraordinaire. Nefarious is available with a launch week discount of $13.49 on Steam (ex...
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Over the past few years, we’ve seen multiple attempts at gamifying the process of learning a new language. The latest game which hopes to mesh education with enjoyment is Super Toaster X: Learn Japanese RPG. Players take on the role of a living piece of toast bent on bringing cybercriminals to justice. Fights themselves utilize flash cards. The better you are at memorizing characters, the better you’ll do in fights. Super Toaster X: Learn Japanese RPG released a free early demo on GameJolt ...
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Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King officially releases for North America today for the Nintendo 3DS. This JRPG originally released in 2005 for the PlayStation 2 and came packaged with a demo of Final Fantasy XII. This Nintendo 3DS release comes with the inclusion of two new characters, Morrie and Red who were previously NPCs in the original version and for some other differences the music is no longer orchestrated going for a more Midi sound and Jessica has a different voice actress i...
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One of the earliest games MangaGamer ever released was D.C. ~Da Capo~ in 2008. Da Capo II made its debut in 2010. Fast forward nearly seven years and Da Capo 3 R is finally officially available for English-speaking gamers. This game took so long in part because it is absolutely massive. Although number three in the series, newcomers will be able to enjoy it as a standalone product. With that said, MangaGamer does suggest you play through the first two titles first if possible. Da Capo 3 R is the...
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Yakuza 0 is an open world game that was released for the PlayStation 3 and 4 way back in 2015, but only in Japan. Now, it’s finally coming to Europe and North America with a most excellent unboxing. The unboxing is Sega just having a little fun with their re-release of Yakuza 0. The Business Edition doesn’t offer much, but if you’re a long fan of the series it’s something you may be interested in. Here’s what you get in the Business Edition: Yakuza 0 Game Stainless steel business card...
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EA and Lil Wayne are teaming up to bring him and his crew to Need For Speed: No Limits. Need For Speed: No Limits is still going strong on iOS and Android, and it’s about to get even stronger. EA has announced that Lil Wayne and his crew, Gudda Gudda and Hoody Baby are joining Need For Speed: No Limits for a special six week long challenge. The latest update gives players the chance to live life like a rock star, and taking on exciting new events to earn grand prizes like the 2016 Mercedes-AMG...
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This week’s Steam weeklong deals are the usual mix of godo and bad – but with some stellar games thrown in for good measure, like the Crysis Collection. Crysis Collection – $11.24 Command and Conquer 3: Kane’s Wrath – $4.99 Fault – Milestone One – $5.09 Aliens vs. Predator – $3.74 Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars – $3.74 Crysis – $4.99 Crysis 2 – $7.49 Singularity – $7.49 Stories: The Path of Destinies – $7.49 Oddworld: New ‘n Tasty Complete Edition – $7.49 Mag...
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XSEED Games today announced that the latest iteration in its farming and life simulation series, Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns, will launch in North America for Nintendo 3DS on February 28. A pocket plushie based on the new in-game capybara pet – dubbed “Capy-san” – is available as a pre-order item while supplies last at participating retailers. The company also revealed that costumes and headgear based on characters Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Toad from the Super Mario Bros. fran...
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Where once there were five launch titles for the Nintendo Switch, now there are six with Square Enix announcing today that the recently-released I Am Setsuna — having already been confirmed as coming to Nintendo’s upcoming new hybrid console — will be available at launch in both North America & Europe alongside the Switch on March 3. The game had previously been available on PC as well as both Sony’s platforms via PS4 & Vita. The Switch version will come bundled with the new T...