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Red Dead Redemption 2 Delayed Until At Least April

“Red Dead Redemption 2” is one of the most highly-anticipated next-generation console games, and it’s not too difficult to see why. The first title in the series was a massive success, showing that Rockstar has more in its repertoire than GTA. It followed the life of outlaw John Marston on his tragic path towards redemption, and it was nothing short of spectacular.

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‘Star Wars Battlefront II’ Multiplayer Beta Dates And Sign Up Announced

Everyone has been anticipating “Star Wars Battlefront II” and now may be your chance to start playing early. The multiplayer beta will be starting in October and they’re doing things different this time around. In order to play, you have to pay…pre-order that is. Fans who pre-order their copy of “Battlefront 2” will be able to participate in the multiplayer action early and get a taste of what’s to come. Check out the official full details below.

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XBOX Ultimate Game Sale Full List – June 30th

Going through a bit of digital summer discounting, Microsoft just added their full list of XBOX games through the XBOX Live Store. For those who are not Gold subscribers your discount will not be as great, but as shown in the list below there are quite a few games that are discounted. There’s a few on the list that we’ve seen go on and off sale throughout the year but the newcomers include games like “Injustice 2” and the first season of the “Guardians of the Galaxy” game to name a few. Check out the full list below:

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Super Nintendo Classic Mini Debuts With Epic Game List

After Nintendo stopped production on the NES Classic, fans went nuts trying to score one and auction prices soared. Now with the announcement of the Super Nintendo Classic and games list, Nintendo will keep that demand on the rise. With 21 games officially announced, it looks like Nintendo may have another hot ticket item on their hands. Not to mention that the list includes a number of iconic, key titles that should satiate the appetite of any true fan. Check out the list of games announced below.

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Nintendo Theme Park Trailer Arrives With Mario Kart Ride Details

The plans for Super Nintendo World were announced in May 2015 and now the first teaser trailer has arrived to establish expectations. Universal Studios has put together a short teaser of what guests can expect from the theme park as well as highlighting their key attraction themed around Mario Kart. Additionally the groundbreaking ceremony video was also released (see below) with additional details of what to expect.

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‘Destiny 2’ First Trailer Is Filled With Nathan Fillion Style Humor

Highlighting the aftermath of the first game in a cinematic style, the first trailer for “Destiny 2” debuts with humorous Nathan Fillion dialogue. To bring attention to the humor, the speech is given simultaneously by two distinctly different personalities. While little gameplay has yet to be shown, this trailer sets the tone of this upcoming sequel to the popular Bungie franchise.

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GTA 5 Ought To Influence Red Dead Redemption 2

Rockstar Games seemingly has the launch of Red Dead Redemption 2 bagged already. All they had to do, really, was tease the thing for three days before releasing a trailer comprised of just pre-rendered cinematics, and ever since they did that the gaming media just can’t shut up about the title – not that it’s a bad thing. Rockstar has a mighty fine track record with games, so at this point players can be confident that the game will be a bonafide masterpiece. It’s even in our own list of top games for 2017.

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Microsoft Announces Monthly Xbox Game Pass Service

With a selection of games stemming from both Xbox One and compatible Xbox 360 games, Microsoft has announced a new monthly gaming subscription starting Spring 2017. Xbox Live Gold members will be getting first dibs on the Xbox Game Pass, but it sounds like it should be available for those who do not have Gold as well.

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Nintendo Switch Buyers Beware, Stock Memory Won’t Support Some Games

The Nintendo Switch is almost here but for those looking for the bare bones setup, it may not be good to go out of the box. As we already know, the stock memory is limited, but the assumption was that it could at least handle any individual game. Based on new reports, the game “Dragon Quest Heroes 1 & 2” will surpass the memory limit being 32GB itself. While the Switch does have 32GB standard, over 6GB of that space is allocated for system installs.

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