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Astral Chain - Review

I had already guessed it during the first hours of the game, but now I can take off the proverbial pebble from my shoe, Astral Chain is undoubtedly the best title ever released by the creative forge of ...
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Astral Chain - Early Review

After the enormous success of audiences and critics rightly achieved with Nier Automata, Platinum Games is back in the spotlight with a new IP that bears the name of Astral Chain. Supervised by Hideki Kamiya (the ...

Astral Chain, new trailer for NINE minutes

Astral Chain, the last effort of Platinum Games, is now one month from its exclusive arrival on Nintendo Switch. The creators of Bayonetta and Nier: Automata, games from which Astral Chain takes full ...

ASTRAL CHAIN ​​- Preview

The only presentation of Nintendo's Post E3 event this year was a demo played by ASTRAL CHAIN, the new Platinum Games title exclusively on Nintendo Switch scheduled for the upcoming 30 August. Conduct ...

[UPDATED] If it sells well, Astral Chain will be the first title of a trilogy

The statements about a possible trilogy are based on an erroneous translation of what was reported by the director, who has "many ideas to fill three games". https://twitter.com/nibellion/status/1144136571572150272?s=21 Astral Chain is definitely one of the exclusives for ...
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Platinum Games would be interested in developing a "different" Battle Royale

In a recent interview with the VGC site, the president of Platinum Games, Atsushi Inaba, spoke about the development studio's interest in the popular Battle Royale genre. According to Inaba currently Apex Legends ...
Scalebound cancellation

The cancellation of Scalebound is everyone's fault

The cancellation of Scalebound was one of the most important news of all the 2017. Several negative comments have been made to Microsoft alone for the resounding turnaround. But the boss of ...
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Is Scalebound going to return as the exclusive Nintendo Switch?

According to rumors, Scalebound will be revived by Nintendo and will come as an exclusive on Nintendo Switch. Originally, the open world action title of Platinum Games was an exclusive Xbox One but was canceled by da ...

Nintendo Download: A Ghastly Ship Sails Into Port

REDMOND, Wash .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - This week's Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo SwitchReturn of the Obra Dinn - In 1802, the merchant ...

ObjectiveEd Joins Microsoft's AI for Accessibility Program

Grant Awarded by Microsoft Allows Objective to Further Develop Braille AI Tutor PlatformBOSTON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - ObjectiveEd has joined Microsoft Corp.'s AI for Accessibility program to help ...

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