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  • Kingdom Come: Deliverance To Be Used In College Course Can video games be used as a teaching tool? How about with a historical title like Kingdom Come: Deliverance?
    Video games get a bad rap for being “entertainment only”, but if you look at certain games and genres, you’ll see that’s not exactly the whole truth. There are games that strive not just for fun, but for educational value, one of those games is Kingdom Come: Deliverance. The title actually blends a lot of history together around its main character, and some people have noticed that.
    Warhorse Studios worked hard on the game, and Czech University is going to use their title to help ...
  • Monster Hunter World Begins Street Fighter V Ken Event Any new events going on in Monster Hunter World? Maybe something Capcom related?
    Capcom has been doing a lot to bring in their other franchises into the game Monster Hunter World. Devil May Cry was revealed to be getting content later this year, and right now, a new world event is going on. One that will give you access to an “Alternate Ken” outfit via his appearance in Street Fighter V.
    It won’t be a one-off quest though, you’ll need to take part in a quest over the next four weeks to assemble the Rathalos armor, and only then can you unlock ...
  • Monster Hunter: World Brings New Quest Event What’s new in Monster Hunter: World? What cool items can I get from them?
    Monster Hunter: World is the biggest game of the year so far, and it’s well-deserved in that honor. So much so that Capcom is working hard to ensure that players have plenty to do in the game via free updates. But, they’re also doing special Quest Events, where players can earn cool items for their characters. The newest one is live right now, and is called Flash In The Pan. Your mission is to hunt three Tzitzi-Ya-Ku, and if you do, you’ll be able to craft an epic ...
  • Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Gets New Character Trailer Who are some of the characters in Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom? Can we see them?
    Without a doubt, one of the most anticipated games of the year is Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. The game is the sequel to the hit PS3 title, and one that has gotten a lot of buzz since its announcement. Now, a new character trailer showing off King Evan has arrived, you can check it out below:
    “King Evan Pettiwhisker Tildrum is the deposed ruler of Ding Dong Dell. After a coup in his kingdom, Evan barely escaped with his life and now he ...
  • Iron Galaxy Studios Wants To Port Monster Hunter World To Switch Why won’t Capcom port Monster Hunter World to Nintendo Switch? Will anyone else do it?
    Since its launch, many gamers have asked Capcom to make a port of Monster Hunter World and bring it to the Nintendo Switch. While Capcom has looked at the idea, they feel it would be too challenging for them. Hearing this, the CEO of Iron Galaxy Studios, who made the recent Skyrim port for the Switch, had this to say.

    Dear @monsterhunter team at Capcom – we understand that porting the game to Nintendo Switch is challenging (https://t.co/0JrAIQgcft) but this is exactly what @IToTheG does. Give us ...

  • Monster Hunter World Leads Software Sales In January What was the best-selling game for January 2018? How well did it do?
    You’d think that being the beginning of a new year, that there wouldn’t be many new major titles coming out to systems, but January 2018 proved to be the opposite of that. Several major titles released, and not surprisingly, they topped the charts.
    Top of the list was Monster Hunter World, which had the biggest launch of its entire franchise. The game has sold around 5 million in less than a month, which goes to show just how much players love it.
    Second place when to Dragon Ball FighterZ, the ...
  • Civilization VI Rise And Fall Scotland Let’s Play How do some of the new nations play in Civilization VI Rise and Fall? How useful is Scotland?
    For games like Civilization, they don’t skimp out on the updates or expansions, they go huge. So, for Civilization VI, when they revealed their content for Rise and Fall, players knew it would include a lot of things. This includes several new nations to play as, such as Scotland. But, you might be wondering how feasible they are as a nation. Well, the Let’s Play below will guide you on how to build up your Scottish nation and rule the world!
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2YZJDS61Dk
  • Monster Hunter World Gets March Schedule What do I have to look forward to in March for Monster Hunter World? What is Capcom adding to the game?
    Capcom has a major hit on their hands with Monster Hunter World, and part of the reason that many are attracted to it is the larget girth of its content. Content that will be added upon for free each month. In fact, Capcom has officially released a calendar for the month of March, showing exactly what you can do in the game. Check it out below:

  • CD Projekt Red Teases Importance Of Cyberpunk 2077’s Story What’s going on with CD Projekt Red? Are they making progress on Cyberpunk 2077?
    CD Projekt Red is working hard on their next game, Cyberpunk 2077, and though they have been tight-lipped about the game itself, they are talking about certain aspects of the title, including the importance of the setting and the story. in an interview with a Spanish newspaper, the team noted:
    “Many of the things that we have talked about, have been designed thinking about what we could do in the next 30 years, I am surprised how close we have come. Cyberpunk is basically focused on how the ...
  • Could Beyond Good And Evil 2 Be a “Game As A Service”? What’s the latest on Beyond Good And Evil 2? Any plans for its future?
    Beyond Good And Evil 2 has been in the works for a long time depending on who you talk to. And because of that, there’s a lot of speculation as to what it will and won’t be. We know it’ll be a grand-scale RPG, and one that is a prequel to the original Beyond Good And Evil, but beyond that? We don’t know much.
    However, AltChar is purposing that the game might be the latest in Ubisoft’s “games as a service” trend, as that’s what happened with Assassin’s ...