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  1. Learn more about Madden NFL 19's gameplay sliders with this guide. View the full article
  2. BEYOND! This week on IGN's PlayStation show Beyond, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined at first by Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and Brendan Graeber to discuss Brendan's We Happy Few review, how the early comparisons to BioShock don't necessarily hold up, and the joys and downers of Compulsion Games' latest. Later, the crew is joined by Cassidee Moser to discuss her review of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 1, as well as whether the age of episodic gaming is over. The crew also answers your questions, and tries to do that while eating spicy does not go well for me. Continue reading… View the full article
  3. According to an article on Forbes that is now taken down, Diablo III will be arriving on the Nintendo Switch, with exclusive content, sometime later this year. Spotted by members of the Nintendo Switch subreddit, Blizzard's action-RPG will be launching in 2018 as the "Eternal Collection" and will include the Reaper of Souls and Rise of Necromancer expansions and will retail for $59.99 USD. Diablo III's debut on the Nintendo Switch will also be packed with exclusive in-game Nintendo items which, according to the article, are "the Legend of Ganondorf cosmetic armor set, Tri-Force portrait frame, Chicken pet, and Echoes of the Mask cosmetic wings." Continue reading… View the full article
  4. Microsoft has revealed the grand prize for this month's Xbox Live Gold Quests: a gold-plated Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition. The special edition console won't be available to buy. Instead, according to Xbox on Twitter, you'll have to try and win it by completing this month's objectives. The two remaining quests for the month are to play 30 minutes of multiplayer each day through August 20 and to unlock seven new achievements from August 21-27. The gold-plated Xbox One X. Image via Xbox Continue reading… View the full article
  5. For the first time ever, Capcom held an official, standalone Monster Hunter tournament stateside on July 28, 2018 in San Francisco. At stake was a trip to Japan to represent the US in a worldwide championship, and when the dust settled Social Dissonance walked away with the honor. But the journey was as much a part of the story as the destination, and we talked to some of the USA Championship finalists about why a certain weapon was so popular, how they prepared, and how other players can get better at this notoriously challenging game. Watch the video for a summary of three finalist's tales, or read on for an in-depth look. Continue reading… View the full article
  6. Sony has announced a limited edition PS4 celebrating a huge milestone, making for yet another in a line of special edition consoles this generation. In honor of the console and its reveal, IGN has taken a look back at many of the special edition PS4's, PS4 Slims, and PS4 Pros. Take a dive into the history of the special consoles in the gallery below. A couple caveats — we opted not to include many of the special edition consoles that were offered in extremely limited supply (ie, a special PS4 Pro of which only one or a dozen were made). We also, because of limited assets to use, did not include the Final Fantasy XIV Heavensward, Hatsune Miku, and Dynasty Warriors 8 special editions due to a lack of available, clean images. Continue reading… View the full article
  7. A new Spider-Man gameplay trailer is debuting exclusively on IGN, and it centers on the open-world New York City that Spider-Man calls home. The trailer, called Just the Facts: Marvel's New York, consists of Spider-Man swinging, spinning, and swan-diving through the upcoming game's open-world while a radio show hosted by J. Jonah Jameson plays in the background. In it, Jameson smack-talks everyone's favorite web-slinger while Peter Parker calls on the show to defend his alter ego. Some major landmarks are shown off in the trailer, both fictional and real. The video gives us a closer look at the Sanctum Sanctorum, the famous residence of Doctor Strange, and the Avengers Tower, headquarters of, you guessed it: The Avengers. As far as real-world landmarks, the Radio City Music Hall and a riff on MoMA called the Manhattan Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA) are both shown off. Continue reading… View the full article
  8. The Nintendo Switch is getting a brand new bundle this September, coming exclusively to Walmart. Announced by Nintendo, the bundle comes with full game download codes for Mario Tennis Aces and 1-2-Switch, though it more prominently features Aces on its packaging. The bundle will run for $360 US when it hits Walmart shelves (and presumably Walmart's website) on September 5. The bundle includes a pair of neon red and blue Joy-Con, which is one of the two standard color schemes that a base Switch system comes with. This is unlike the Mario-red Joy-Con that the Super Mario Odyssey Switch bundle came with last year, or the neon green and pink Joy-Con that the Splatoon 2 Switch bundle packed in. Continue reading… View the full article
  9. The Shadow of the Tomb Raider IGN First continues with an in-depth look at how the studio behind the game, Eidos Montreal, looks to evolve the series. With this final entry in her origin story, Lara goes on a darker journey as she has to navigate what it means for her to be the Tomb Raider, and the team tells us just what that means. The behind the scenes video feature above has no spoilers for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, so please watch worry-free! IGN's month-long coverage of Shadow of the Tomb Raider kicked off with the First 15 Minutes of gameplay – which you can watch below – followed by a feature on all the biggest gameplay changes and new in Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Stay tuned for even more coverage coming later this week. Continue reading… View the full article
  10. When asked if EA was still thinking about one day returning to making baseball video games, EA Sports Executive Vice President Cam Weber simply says “the answer is yes.” “I would love to have a baseball game in our portfolio,” Weber says. “It's something that once again, every couple years, we take a look and we talk about and theorize about what it might look like to get back into something like baseball.” In this month’s IGN Unfiltered (see the full interview above), Weber sat down to discuss his career journey, from The Simpsons: Road Rage to managing the world’s largest sports game company. Continue reading… View the full article
  11. The upcoming Hollow Knight content pack formerly known as Hollow Knight: Gods & Glory is now officially Hollow Knight: Godmaster - this change is likely to avoid potential legal conflicts with another similarly named game. Announced by developer Team Cherry, this fourth and final free content pack for Hollow Knight is still coming to Switch, Windows, Mac and Linux on August 23, and it will reportedly contain the exact same content that it was going to before the name change. To announce this, Team Cherry poked a bit of fun at the situation. "So why the 11th hour change?" asked Team Cherry's co-director William Pellen. "Well not only is the new name 100 times cooler, more distinct, more ‘Hollow Knight’, it also doesn’t conflict with the title of a certain mobile game, made by a very large, very powerful video game company! It’s a win win all-round! Now, let’s all take a moment to enjoy this stylish upgrade." Continue reading… View the full article
  12. Gone Home is coming to Nintendo Switch on August 23. Developer Fullbright and publisher Annapurna Interactive announced the Switch version today, on the fifth anniversary of the game's original PC release date. A new trailer has also been revealed, which you can check out below: Gone Home is the story of Katie Greenbriar, who returns home to find her entire family missing. As she explores her family home, she begins to piece together what happened and learns something is very wrong. For more on Gone Home, be sure to check out our review, which gave the game a 9.5, calling it a "powerful experience," and "a remarkable achievement." Continue reading… View the full article
  13. Fortnite's v5.21 patch arrived today, bringing with it a couple new versions of existing limited-time modes, a new weapon, and a new skin, Epic Games has announced. First up is Soaring 50's, which adds a new dimension to Fortnite's 50 vs. 50 mode by letting players glide all over the map. Instead of only being able to use gliders at the start of matches and by using special items, but Soaring 50's grants the ability to deploy gliders whenever a player jumps or falls from a significant height. Continue reading… View the full article
  14. Koch Media has bought the the IP and rights to the Timesplitters series, as well as fellow Free Radical development Second Sight. “We are hugely excited to have acquired Timesplitters” said Koch CEO Klemens Kundratitz. “The original games gave fans a massive content offer and provided a pure and genuinely fun arcade shooter experience. "We have many fans of the Timesplitters series among our own staff who are passionate about creating a product that will thrill today's gaming audience.” That final part of the statement implies that work has begun or will begin on a Timesplitters project. Koch owns and operates Dambuster Studios, the studio that was once Free Radical Design; Free Radical originally created both Timesplitters and Second Sight. Dambuster most recently released Homefront: The Revolution, and has not announced a new project since its 2016 launch. Continue reading… View the full article
  15. World of Warcraft’s long and storied history has always had at its heart the struggle between the Alliance and the Horde, with last year’s events in the mostly excellent Legion storyline intensifying that conflict. The Battle for Azeroth expansion, which launches today, takes that existing hatred between the factions and ramps it up even more. Here’s what I think of it so far, based the past couple of weeks playing the beta. Battle for Azeroth picks right up after the compelling and satisfying events of Legion, which saw the Titan Sargeras imprisoned – but not before he plunged a sword into Azeroth itself. The resulting wound causes Azeroth to start bleeding it’s “life-blood”, also known as Azerite. This surprisingly plentiful substance can enhance the desires and abilities of those who possess it, making it a valuable resource in the war between the factions. However, the stakes rise higher as you realize that Azeroth is dying thanks to the giant blade sticking out of Silithus. Continue reading… View the full article