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Nintendo Gamescom 2018 lineup Announced; Smash Bros. & Mario Party Playable

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Gamescom Nintendo 2018

Gamescom 2018 is set to kick off later this month, with plenty of games being announced and playable on the show floor. Now Nintendo has revealed their official games lineup for the event, with there being both big and small games playable.

The following Nintendo games will be playable on the Gamescom show floor:

  • Dark Souls Remastered
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ
  • FIFA 19
  • Killer Queen Black
  • Starlink: Battle for Atlas
  • Super Mario Party
  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Along with these games being playable, the Nintendo UK YouTube Channel will offer deeper looks into already-announced games. These include the likes of Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna – The Golden Country and Super Mario Party.

The following is a snippet from the announcement on nintendo.co.uk:

“Coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch on 5th October, Super Mario Party brings the original board game mode back to its roots as four players race across the board searching for Stars, taking advantage of deeper strategic additions like specific Dice Blocks for each character to use. Additional game modes, such as Toad’s Rec Room that pairs up two Nintendo Switch consoles, plus the Online Mariothon minigame gauntlet, make this one party where everyone can enjoy themselves, and visitors to Nintendo’s booth in Hall 9 can try out five of the new minigames themselves as a taster of the fun that awaits.”

Gamescom 2018 will run from August 21st to 25th in Cologne, Germany.

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Resident Evil Death Island Reunites Favorite Characters

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The latest trailer for Sony Pictures Entertainment’s CGI film Resident Evil: Death Island, released July 25, features the outlandish action and melodrama that made the franchise a cult sensation.

This Resident Evil Avengers-esque team-up features Leon S. Kennedy, Jill Valentine, Chris Redfield, Claire Redfield, and Rebecca Chambers.

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Attention! Dr. Fetus’ Mean Meat Machine for PS5, PS4 Launches June 22nd

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In a horrific new video, Dr. Fetus’ Mean Meat Machine is coming to PS4 and PS4 on June 22. Expect agony and tight gameplay from independent wizards Team Meat, well known for their pioneering, tough-as-ham platformer Super Meat Boy.

This “mean meat machine” reimagines your grandpa’s old black-and-white puzzle games for a younger, hipper, more bloodthirsty audience. We’re delighted the wait won’t be long for this one.

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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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