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    Quick Look: Raven's Cry

    GameSpot
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    2800804-2723776-es.jpg Watch extended gameplay footage from Raven's Cry featuring the Giant Bomb crew.

     

    Source: GameSpot


    Amiibo Support Heading to Xenoblade 3D, US Release Date Revealed

    IGN
    By IGN,

    Amiibo Support Heading to Xenoblade 3D, US Release Date Revealed

    Nintendo has revealed Amiibo support for Xenoblade Chronicles 3D and a US release date of April 10, 2015.

     

    According to the official Twitter account, players will be able to plop down a Shulk Amiibo on the New 3DS and earn in-game tokens. In a similar vein, StreetPass can also be utilised in Xenoblade Chronicles 3D to unlock tokens, which can then be spent to unlock music and new character models.

     

    Handling this version of Xenoblade is Monster Games, who you may know for having handled the port on Donkey Kong Country Returns on 3DS. If you’ve got an old 3DS and are curious why Xenoblade Chronicles 3D isn’t compatible, it’s apparently because the older iterations don't have enough CPU, something that’s been improved in the newer New 3DS models.

     

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    Source: IGN


    Dying Light Will Soon Have Modding Tools

    IGN
    By IGN,

    Dying Light Will Soon Have Modding Tools

    Developer Techland is inviting players to help create modding tools for Dying Light.

     

    This news comes after a recent patch which appeared to restrict the ability to mod the game.

     

    "As a sandbox game, Dying Light is a perfect material for modding," Techland said in a press release. "This is why we are currently working on free and extensive modding tools for the game. And we want players to tell what they would like to see... We’re inviting all Dying Light players to visit our official discussion board and share their mod ideas - no matter how crazy - with us here."

     

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    Source: IGN


    Xenoblade Chronicles X will Feature 4 Player Online Quests

    IGN
    By IGN,

    Xenoblade Chronicles X will Feature 4 Player Online Quests

    Nintendo's massive open-world RPG, Xenoblade Chronicles X, will feature online questing for up to four players, according to its recently published Japanese eShop listing.

     

    Monolith Soft's upcoming Wii U exclusive will also offer players an 'indirect' online experience with up to 32 people, allowing Xenoblade Chronicles X owners to trade items and exchange information with other players over the internet.

     

    The eShop listing in question also confirmed that the game will feature USB keyboard support, making it one of the first Wii U titles to do so since Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate.

     

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    Source: IGN


    Buy New 3DS and Majora's Mask, Get Free Skull Kid Statue

    IGN
    By IGN,

    Buy New 3DS and Majora's Mask, Get Free Skull Kid Statue

    Nintendo are offering a free Skull Kid statue with the purchase of a new Nintendo 3DS Edition bundle and Majora's Mask 3D.

     

    The promotion - applicable to the purchase of any New 3DS edition and game while stocks last - was originally restricted to bundles in the States, but it's now been rolled out further in the UK, too.

     

    If you've already purchased your 3DS Ambassador Edition Bundle before this promotion was announced, don't panic: you'll still be eligible if you pick up The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D. As long as you register your game with Club Nintendo before February 28, you'll qualify - even if you've pre-ordered from another retailer.

     

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    Source: IGN


    Screenwriter Gary Whitta Talks Star Wars & Starlight

    IGN
    By IGN,

    Screenwriter Gary Whitta Talks Star Wars & Starlight

    We really are spoiling you with our pod-guests these days. Hot on the heels of Ex Machina’s Alex Garland and Evolve’s Phil Robb, we’ve now got games journalist-turned-screenwriter Gary Whitta joining Chris and Gav for an epic 'cast.

     

    Whitta started out in the games industry in the late 1980s before making the transition to film via The Book of Eli and Another Earth. For the last year he’s been busy working in a galaxy far, far away, writing the first standalone movie in the new Star Wars cycle, which will be directed by Gareth ‘Godzilla’ Edwards and hitting screens December 2016.

     

    Gary talks about his love of The Empire Strikes Back, how the original trilogy inspired his generation of writers and filmmakers, and what working on this new movie has been like as a creative experience.

     

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    Source: IGN


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