[embedded content]Subscribe to Nintendo Life on YouTube After getting a confirmed Switch release back in May, we have been eagerly anticipating more news about Them’s Fightin’ Herds — the My Little Pony-inspired brawler from publisher Modus Games and developer Mane6. Well, lovers of cute farmyard animals look away now, because we can confirm that the
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After laying pretty much dormant for 25 years, Soul Hackers is an unexpected series for Atlus to try and bring into the modern age. While it doesn’t take any risks or bring anything new to the JRPG table, Soul Hackers 2 is enjoyable enough to justify that long-awaited revival. It may be held back a
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By now, you’re more than likely aware of the recent investigative report that Kotaku released yesterday. The report was about female game testers that were experiencing sexism, sexual harassment, and more at Nintendo of America and the contractor companies that have worked with them. Well, Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser has sent out an
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Thymesia reviewed on PC by Jarrett Green, also available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. Thymesia’s solid kernel of an amnesiac plague warrior premise never pops into a worthwhile story. Its most creative locations and monsters are impressive, but they’re also sandwiched between mundanity. Even its best feature, the kinetic combat system, is satisfying
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A new interview sheds light on Just Cause developer Avalanche Studio’s canceled open-world Iron Man game, rumored to be in the works a decade ago before getting axed in 2012.  MinnMax’s Ben Hanson interviewed Christofer Sundberg, co-founder of Avalance, who has since left the studio to start a new company, Liquid Sword. During the interview, Hansen
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