Author: Dan Laframboise

Max: The Curse of the Brotherhood Launches On PS4 This Year

Publisher Wired Productions has teamed up with Flashbulb Games to bring the former PC/Xbox exclusive, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, to PS4 sometime later this year. The critically acclaimed title is a cinematic fairy-tale adventure where storytelling meets colorful 2.5D visuals. Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a platforming title where players can use classic mechanics such as jumping and running to help solve smart and innovative puzzles. Max: The Curse of Brotherhood tells the story of Max who’s on a mission to save his brother Felix from the grasps of the evil lord Mustacho. “We’re absolutely thrilled to...

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One Hour Tour: Return Trip To Camp Crystal Lake

Welcome to this week’s One Hour Tour as I bring you guys back to Camp Crystal Lake. It had been a while since I recorded some content my 2017 Game of the Year so I’d figure with Halloween under 2 months away, it’d be a good time. I will probably put up more content as we near my favorite holiday. For one rare occasion, I didn’t get into a match on the first try. I was one of the lucky ones able to play since day 1 (having it on 2 consoles helps) but surprisingly, that day it was...

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Rayman Legends Definitive Edition Out Now For Switch

Ubisoft has unleashed Rayman Legends Definitive Edition for the Nintendo Switch. If you’re still on the fence about this cutesy platformer, there’s a demo available on the Nintendop eShop. Previously named platformer of the year and winner of multiple artistic and musical achievements, Rayman finally makes his debut on the Nintendo Switch. Rayman Legends Definitive Edition allows up to four players to play in co-op and offers an exclusive wireless local multiplayer experience in Kung Foot mode. When playing with the console undocked, players can use the touchscreen functionalities to to take out enemies, manipulate platforms, cut ropes, among...

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Just Dance 2018 Adds Kids Mode

Ubisoft revealed a new Kids Mode for the upcoming Just Dance 2018. This new mode will allow young children to play in a kid-friendly environment through a tailored interface, scoring, choreographies and special characters. Additionally, the developer has created a mode for the youngest to play with the help of two child development experts: Martine Curtat-Cadet, childrens’ choreography expert, and Cristina Do Carmo De Sousa Gomes, childrens’ concept artist. Kids’ Mode has been developed to be beneficial for kids’ motor development, with a design completely adapted to this specific audience. As Curtat-Cadet explains: “Children aged between three and six...

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