As was reported earlier this week, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is receiving a standalone release. Activision today made it official that the classic FPS will finally be available to buy on its own beginning on PlayStation 4 next week, with other platforms to follow at a later date.
The title was previously only available for those who bought special editions of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which was released last year. The game features the full campaign and 16...
Sonic Mania, which hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on August 15, has been billed as a retro-facing celebration of the Genesis games that put Sonic the Hedgehog on the map. A big part of that nostalgic package is the music of the Sonic franchise. In addition to the new songs, remixed versions of classic Sonic tunes also appear in the game.
This vinyl package features select tracks from composer Tee Lopes, as well as exclusive artwork for the sleeve. If you're looking to pick up the vinyl, it is available in three different variants: Sonic Blue, Classic Black, and a limited edition version....
In the newest installment of Clueless Gamer, where talk show host Conan O'Brien plays video games without any prior knowledge of them, the comedian plays Arms for Switch. For this episode, O'Brien is joined by comedic actor Will Arnett, who is best known for his roles in critically acclaimed shows like Arrested Development and 30 Rock.
Throughout the bit, the two go back and forth roasting each other while playing the entertaining Nintendo fighting game. You can watch the full video below.
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For more Clueless Gamer, check out a recent episode where...
E3 is now officially over, which means Blog Herding is back! This week marks a return to Blog Herding as a regularly scheduled weekly post of awesome. Granted, we're a day late this week, but give us a break – we're still recovering!
Community Blogs For June 8 – June 21:
Persona 5 from the Most Skeptical Fan
Heropon hasn't played all of the Persona games (and got bitter toward them recently), but loves this iteration. Like, overwhelmed by how perfect it is. Some day I will beat Breath of the Wild...
You'll have to wait until October 27 to play Super Mario Odyssey, but you can experiment with Mario's new hat abilities in the 1996 release Super Mario 64, thanks to a fan mod.
A clever YouTuber named Kaze Emanuar put together a mod for Mario's first foray into 3D platforming, which allows players to use Mario's hat to control enemies similar to how it's used in Super Mario Odyssey. Check out the mod in action below.
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No matter how long it normally takes you to beat a game, watching a pro speedrun the same title is entrancing. A new website offers up a nearly endless stream of speedruns for your enjoyment.
Speedrunwr will give you a brand new speedrun video every time you visit the site. Want to know how fast you can beat Ori and the Blind Forest? Less than 48 mins. Meanwhile, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor’s world record is about 1 hour and 56 minutes, so you can watch that in less time than it takes to finish one of Peter Jackson's film. The site pulls random records from the Speedrun.com API.
If you’ve got some time to kill, Speedrunwr will lead you...
Chris Roberts and Eric Kieron Davis host this week’s episode, which features a studio update from Frankfurt, a Ship Shape focused on the Nox and a deep dive into how we’re creating entire solar systems.
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Welcome back to The Game Informer Show! Well, we've all recovered from E3 2017 but there are still more games to cover. First up, we have Kyle Hilliard to talk about Nintendo's new game on the 3DS called Ever Oasis. Then we have Dan Tack to share some impressions of Final Fantasy XIV's new expansion and some interesting DLC for his beloved Darkest Dungeon. Then Matt Miller and Matt Bertz join the show to run down some of the biggest games that we haven't discussed yet from E3, including Call of Duty: WWII. After some great community emails, I'm joined by Jeff Marchiafava and Jeff Cork to celebrate the announcement of games like Metroid: Samus Returns and Beyond Good...
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