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Mario Tennis Ultra Smash Now Available For Pre-load On The North American eShop

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Mario Tennis Ultra Smash, the latest entry of the Mario Tennis series developed by Camelot, is going to be released soon in all regions on Wii U. The new game will come with some unique features that will set the game apart from its predecessors as well as an online mode allowing players to play with others all over the world. If you’re among those who cannot wait to get their hands on the game and want to play it as soon as it becomes available, you will be happy to know that you will be able to do so if you purchase the game digitally.

A few hours ago Mario Tennis Ultra Smash has been made available for pre-load on the North American Wii U eShop so that the game can be played as soon as release day comes. Mario Tennis Ultra Smash is now available for pre-order for the price of $49.99

New details on Mario Tennis Ultra Smash have started coming in last month. Thanks to a few preview videos that have surfaced online in the past few weeks, it’s been confirmed that Mario Tennis Ultra Smash will feature an online mode as well as amiibo support, which will allow players to train amiibos and even have them as partners in the online mode. Several new playable characters have also been confirmed in the past few days.

 

Mario Tennis Ultra Smash is the latest entry of the Mario Tennis series and the first home console entry since Mario Power Tennis, released on GameCube years back. The new entry of the series will not play all that differently from previous games, with the return of features seen in previous entries as well as a few new features such as the Mega Mushrooms that allow characters to grow in size and obtain an advantage and more.

Mario Tennis Ultra Smash launches on November 20th in North America and Europe exclusively on Wii U. More on the game will sure be coming soon so stay tuned for all the latest news.

 

As a long time gamer, Francesco has survived more zombie invasions, meteor strikes, magic spells than he can count. He still keeps fighting today to bring hope into countless gaming worlds. Or destruction, depending on his mood. Writing about video games was only the natural step for such a dangerous life.

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Blizzard is developing two Diablo 4 expansions

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Diablo 4’s post-launch support will keep you playing for years, according to Blizzard. General manager Rod Fergusson confirmed two expansions and free content updates.

“As I sit here, we’re about to launch the main game; we’re finishing up season one; we’re working on season two; we’re working on expansion one; we’re kicking off expansion two,” he told PC Gamer on the Kinda Funny Xcast. These two DLCs may release sooner than expected. Fergusson says the live service model lets Blizzard release content faster than Diablo III.

With tens of hours of content in the base game, Diablo 4 is massive. This could be Destiny 2 or Genshin Impact, with seasons and DLC. That thought excites or frightens you. Leave a comment and check out our Diablo 4 guide for help with the PS5 and PS4 games.

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RoboCop: Rogue City PS5 Gameplay in 20 Seconds

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RoboCop: Rogue City features agonizing one-liners and a darkly humorous picture of a future that demands justice. GameSpot posted a preview of the game.

While the gameplay doesn’t look particularly exciting, the visual intrigues us. RoboCop is the perfect video game protagonist, so we’ll keep an eye on this one.

September brings RoboCop: Rogue City to Old Detroit. How’s it going? Are you intrigued?

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Phantom Blade Zero’s unfathomably ambitious PS5 game won’t have microtransactions

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Phantom Blade Zero, the next PS5 action game, may have improved. The developers’ Q/A Discord server revealed that the game won’t include microtransactions.

Each weapon has its own move set and combos to learn. Unsurprisingly, FromSoftware’s addictive (and innovative) gameplay style is an influence, but the goal is to be approachable. We like Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’s Soulslike mechanics.

Phantom Blade Zero New Info: No Microtransactions, Souls-like Elements, Taking Advantage From Dualsense And More.
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It’s rare to see combat like that, so it’s hard not to be impressed. However, how it works is unknown. Phantom Blade Zero: your thoughts?

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