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Hyrule Warriors announced for Wii U

During today’s Nintendo Direct, the company announced that Tecmo Koei will be producing Hyrule Warriors, an upcoming Dynasty Warriors-style Zelda game for Wii U, due out in 2014. Not much is known just yet, barring the fact that it looks like a pretty standard Warriors title with Zelda dressings, which is an admittedly very appealing

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The BD Firesides Episode 4: Generation Seven

BD’s own Gregory Edwards and DJ Hansen have gone off the deep end. They’ve decided to round up a bunch of gamers and chat about different series and developers as a whole! Join them biweekly as they discuss, dissect, and debate their favorite series to death! This episode of Firesides sees hosts Gregory Edwards and

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Bravely Default Demo Now Available in Europe

Despite the fact that America boldly saved them from the Nazis, Europe is revealing yet another act of betrayal towards the United States: Releasing Bravely Default in Europe first. Today’s Nintendo Direct revealed the first barrage in the form of a demo, available now, on the Nintendo eShop. The game will be storming the beaches

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Playable Rosalina Announced for Super Mario 3D World

During a video showcasing Super Mario 3D World at today’s Nintendo Direct, Nintendo confirmed that Rosalina from Super Mario Galaxy would be the 5th playable character in the upcoming platformer. I don’t own a Wii U, but this is a pretty cool addition for those who do and are excited about 3D World. The game

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Nintendo Pocket Football Club Announced for 3DS

Announced at today’s Nintendo Direct, Nintendo Pocket Football Club was announced for 3DS eShop in Europe. The game appears to be a football management title where you’ll buy and sell players, manage clubs, and all that other football stuff that football people like. The game will be released on the eShop next year.

Inazuma Eleven 3: Team Ogre Attacks Available in Europe on February 14th

Announced at the Nintendo Direct today, the third version of Inazuma Eleven 3 will be available in Europe on February 14th 2014. It will have connectivity with the previous versions of the the game. I’ve wanted to get into this series for ages now, so this might be a good place to start.

Post-Launch Update Will Add MP3, DLNA Support to PS4

The ongoing music saga of the next generation continues, and this time, it seems like it’s reaching a happy ending! Shuhei Yoshida has confirmed that the PS4 will receive an update in the near future that will allow for MP3 and DLNA support, giving everyone the ability to play custom soundtracks during whatever game they’re

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BD Roundtable: Next Gen Plans

With the PS4 launching in just a few days the next generation of console gaming is just about ready to kick off. There’s a buzz in the air as everyone discusses why they will and won’t be joining in the festivities. Ever eager to hop on the bandwagon, we here at Boss Dungeon had a

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Wii Fit U Delayed in Europe

Wii Fit U will be launching in Europe a week later than initially planned, now releasing on December 13th alongside the US version. Dear European readers, I implore you to try and stay fit just one week longer without this. Since I’m a blogger, I know next to nothing of fitness, but I watched Be

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SkyDrive Coming to Xbox One

Microsoft has announced today that SkyDrive, the company’s file hosting service, will be made available on the Xbox One at launch. Meaning all files uploaded onto a user’s SkyDrive account will be freely viewable on Xbox One. Truth be told, I’d never heard of SkyDrive before, but as an alternative to Dropbox, viewing files on

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PS4 Launching in Hong Kong on December 17

With the PS4 launching this Friday in the US, and the 29th of November, it’s easy for many to forget that that does not in fact cover every region in the world, with many having to wait until later dates, with many countries still not having a confirmed release date. Well, those of you in

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Wargaming Opens Mobile-Oriented Studio in Seattle

Wargaming, the studio behind the popular World of Tanks has just announced that they’ve set up a new studio in Seattle. The studio will be headed up by David Bluhm, co-founder of mobile developer Z2. Joe McDonagh, previously of Popcap, will oversee games production, and Z2 Senior Producer Julian Chunovic will be in charge of

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Senran Kagura Burst Releasing in North America on November 14

XSEED has announced today that the upcoming Senran Kagura Burst will be releasing in North America on 3DS eShop on November 14. That’s less than a week away! The side scrolling brawler will contain both the first and second Senran Kagura all for just $29.99. Senran Kagura looks like a lot of fun despite the

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New Trailer for Bravely Default Surfaces

Nintendo of Europe has seen fit to release a gameplay and story trailer for the upcoming 3DS JRPG Bravely Default, and it’s wonderful. The voice acting still isn’t sounding too hot, though the Japanese voice option negates these qualms. Outside of that though, the game looks incredible, and is easily my most anticipated game releasing

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Assassin’s Creed 4 Coming to PC on November 19th

Ubisoft has just announced that the recently released Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag will hit PCs on November 19th, with three different versions available to purchase. The Standard edition will just contain the game, the Deluxe edition will come with the game and “new locations to discover and explore, additional customization items and a new

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