New Games

Nintendo shares jump 5% after record Japan sales of Splatoon 3

Nintendo said domestic sales of Splatoon 3 hit a record in the first three days of the game being on sale. Splatoon 3 proved to be a hit in Japan, helping keep momentum for Nintendo’s aging Switch console.

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Nintendo shares rose 5% on Tuesday after the Japanese gaming giant said its new title surpassed a domestic sales record.

The company said sales of Splatoon 3 in Japan surpassed 3.45 million units — a domestic record for any Nintendo Switch software within the first three days of sales.

Launched on Sept. 9, the action-shooting game was one of the highly anticipated titles in Nintendo’s line-up this year.

The title’s success eased fears about an industry slowdown after a pandemic-fueled boom that saw people spend more time at home playing games. Investors are also concerned about the impact of a potential recession on the video

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Strategy Games

Best Strategy Games In Android You Can Play Offline

Strategy GamesIncreasingly, nonetheless, builders are bringing console-type games to smartphones, making an attempt to grab critical players when they are on the go.

It is among the most popular Alienware Alpha games that combine the ability of each motion and journey in a single console. While utilizing the console, you get into a rich fantasy world that rules as per the Norse mythology, and to behave as a wizard you will have to play in the native mode. Your important aim within the game is to stop an evil sorcerer and his foul creations and save the world from their curse. Sit back in your couch, turn off the lights, and energy in your Alpha for this superb gaming expertise.

Yet Blizzard did the not possible and created a worthy successor. Just like the unique, Starcraft 2 is a space RTS that tells the story of a conflict between three races: …

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New Games

GFN Thursday: New Games on GeForce NOW

TGIGFNT: thank goodness it’s GFN Thursday. Start your weekend early with seven new games joining the GeForce NOW library of over 1,400 titles.

Whether it’s streaming on an older-than-the-dinosaurs PC, a Mac that normally couldn’t dream of playing PC titles, or mobile devices – it’s all possible to play your way thanks to GeForce NOW.

Get Right Into the Gaming

Test your tactical skills in the new authentic WW1 first person shooter, Isonzo.

Isonzo
The Great War on the Italian Front is brought to life and streaming from the cloud.

Battle among the scenic peaks, rugged valleys and idyllic towns of northern Italy. Choose from six classes based on historical combat roles and build a loadout from a selection of weapons, equipment and perks linked to that class. Shape a dynamic battlefield by laying sandbags and wire, placing ammo crates, deploying trench periscopes or sniper shields, and more.

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Assassin’s Creed Infinity Announced With Two New Games

Ubisoft has officially revealed Assassin’s Creed Infinity, a new platform and hub for Assassin’s Creed games. It has also revealed the first two games that will be part of Infinity: one that will follow the life of a Shinobi in feudal Japan, and another helmed by Watch Dogs: Legion director Clint Hocking.

Revealed today as part of Ubisoft Forward’s Assassin’s Creed Showcase, vice president executive producer of Assassin’s Creed, Marc-Alexis Côté, explained that “Infinity is not a game, per-se. It’s going to be the single entry point for our fans into the Assassin’s Creed franchise into the future. Infinity is going to be a hub that will unite all our different experiences and our players together in meaningful ways.”

That hub will be a place where different games will exist, and that appears to start with Assassin’s Creed Codename Red. Described by Côté as being the “next premium flagship title

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Battlefield 2042 Devs Didn’t Iterate Enough, New Games Will be Given Time Says Zampella

Where did Battlefield 2042 go wrong? It’s a question many have asked since Battlefield 2042’s near-disastrous launch last year, and Vince Zampella has probably thought about it more than most. The Respawn Entertainment founder was put in charge of Battlefield following last year’s stumbles, and in a new interview with Barron’she chalked up Battlefield 2042’s issues to a lack of iteration and polish on new ideas.

“I think they just strayed a little too far from what Battlefield is. They tried to do a couple things that were maybe ambitious: grow the player count etc. I don’t think they spent enough time iterating on what makes that fun. It’s not inherently a bad idea. The way they were set up and the way they executed just didn’t allow them to find the best thing possible.”

Thankfully, the problems of Battlefield 2042 probably won’t carry forward as Zampella promises devs

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