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Lost Game ‘Power-Up Baseball’ Unearthed by VGHF

Prime Benefit Spotlight: Free games and in-game content Many years ago, NBA Jam provided a new, exciting way to play basketball. Now, it’s been discovered that baseball got a similar treatment with Power-Up Baseball, a game that’s been lost — until now. You’ve probably never heard of Power-Up Baseball before today. That’s no surprise — it was briefly released in Chicago arcades before being ultimately pulled and never sold to the public in any fashion. Now, however, the Video Game History Foundation has uncovered a working version of the game. Here’s your first…

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Misplaced Animal Crossing Villager ‘Cat13’ Found in Nintendo Gigaleak

Late final week, the Nintendo Gigaleak was cast out into the Internet. Many new discoveries have already been made, and one of many extra fascinating ones is the misplaced Animal Crossing villager Cat13. As with most video games, the unique Animal Crossing had content material that by no means made it into the ultimate model of the sport. Kotaku reports on one among these discoveries uncovered by a developer calling himself TV: an Animal Crossing villager that we have by no means seen earlier than. Some extra CAT13 feelings! pic.twitter.com/aoWeeueWQS — TV | Dreamers Dev (@lombTV) July…

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Wizardry: Labyrinth of Misplaced Souls Involves PC Almost 10 Years Later

Wizardry: Labyrinth of Misplaced Souls is arriving on PC this month, bringing some basic animu dungeon crawler gameplay to the PC almost ten years after it initially debuted on the PlayStation Three based on a press launch from the writer. Sure, the PlayStation 3. It’s possible you’ll not have heard of Wizardry, nevertheless it’s a game franchise that stretches all the way in which again to 1981. The franchise has regrettably been reasonably useless since 2014 regardless of there having been eight core titles within the franchise and thirty-nine spinoffs within the 30+ years…

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Wizardry: Labyrinth of Misplaced Souls Launches for PC on January 15

Writer XSEED Video games have announced the discharge date for the PC port of Wizardry: Labyrinth of Misplaced Souls. The Home windows PC model of the 2009-released, Purchase-developed recreation is launching for Home windows PC (by way of Steam and the Humble Store) on January 15th. The sport will value $14.99, and may have a launch week low cost of 10%. Right here’s a rundown on the sport, by way of its Steam web page: An old-school problem in a crisp and colourful bundle, Wizardry: Labyrinth of Misplaced Souls revitalizes the time-honored components…

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The Uncharted Movie Just Lost Its Sixth Director

[quads id=10] Got a news tip? Is there something you think we should be reporting on? Email news@usgamer.net. The long-troubled Uncharted film has hit another bump in the road, as it’s now lost another director at the helm. Deadline is reporting that Sony’s film based on the Uncharted series is losing Travis Knight, the sixth director attached to the project. Deadline reports that the departure stems from an adjustment to the Uncharted film’s production timeline, due to Tom Holland’s filming schedule on an upcoming Spider-Man film. Both Holland and Mark…

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Bear With Me: The Lost Robots A Mechanic’s Dream

Usually, I’m skeptical of tacked on prequels that come out after the initial material has made a boatload of money – Star Wars, for example, and Batman Arkham Origins – but I loved Bear With Me so much that when I heard about the release of its prequel The Lost Robots, I couldn’t wait. The plot of The Lost Robots is interesting, and at first, appears to be on a different track than Bear With Me. It follows Amber’s brother, Flint, as he helps out Ted E. Bear with a…

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Get Lost In the Forests of Applewood

I rarely review, preview or even go within 10 feet of platformers. Why? Because I generally suck at them. However, I do love pixel art and cute little cats with bat wings. Thus, the conundrum that Applewood presented when it was first pitched to me. Cats with batwings won out in the end, of course. And so I embarked on my journey! Applewood tells the story of Ringo, a small grey cat who also has a pair of bat wings on his back. He’s friends with llamas, owls, and giant…

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Nintendo Switch Online Getting Four More SNES Games After Long Wait, Including the Once Lost Star Fox 2

[quads id=10] Got a news tip? Is there something you think we should be reporting on? Email news@usgamer.net. In what might be a nice coincidence for Nintendo, six new games are coming to Nintendo Switch Online, just as the heat was starting to be turned up again regarding the service’s relative lack of content. Three of the SNES games are currently available on the Super NES Classic. The fourth is an RPG classic from Capcom. They include: Star Fox 2 Super Punch-Out!! Kirby Super Star Breath of Fire 2 In…

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Lost Ember Review | TechRaptor

“There must be more to being a wolf than this.” Such was my prevailing thought while playing through Lost Ember. On the one hand, it’s a walking simulator. There isn’t much to do other than explore, discover the world around you, and hunt for hidden collectibles. On the other hand, its central gameplay mechanics are innovative enough that I wish it went down a different path. Inhabiting the bodies of different animals and using them to explore a ruined world is an excellent idea. As it stands, Lost Ember feels like a proof…

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Niche Spotlight – Lost Ember

This is Niche Spotlight. In this column, we regularly introduce new games to our fans, so please leave feedback and let us know if there’s a game you want us to cover! Today’s Spotlight is Lost Ember, a puzzle-platformer by Mooneye Studios. In this shapeshifting adventure game, you play as a wolf exploring the wilderness long after the fall of mankind. Transform into other animals to reach new areas and solve puzzles as you unravel the mysteries surrounding the disappearance of humanity. You can check out the launch trailer above.…

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