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Yakuza 0 – Tips

Yakuza Zero has finally hit western shelves and what a game it is! I’ll always describe Yakuza to newcomers as ‘Shenmue with a bit of Vinnie Jones’, as the fight scenes are brutal but the antagonists are easily some of the most malicious and relentless, you’ll ever go up against....

Naruto Shippuden Legacy for Nintendo Switch?

Last week it was revealed that Bandai Namco are working on two new Naruto projects. The first, a new brawler – Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker, said to use a new style of graphics engine. The second, (and more important to Switch owners and newcomers), was the announcement of Naruto Shippuden...

Games That Need Porting To Nintendo Switch

Christmas may have been and gone but for many of us, our big day is March 3rd. Yup, as Nintendo’s new console moves ever closer, many retro and new Nintendo fans are caught-up in the wonder of what games are currently in development. Below, you’ll find a list of D4G’s most wanted ports for...

XCOM 2’s FIRAXIS Should Get Aliens License

XCOM: Enemy Unkown, Enemy Within and XCOM 2, have raised the bar for strategy games. In fact, you could easily call XCOM 2 ‘the Dark Souls of strategy games’. It may be ruthless and brutal in its execution, but once you see success, accomplishment and reward are just a few aspects of what makes...

Nintendo Switch – The Big Questions

Back in March 2015, D4G predicted that Nintendo could be working on a mobile console that would dock into a larger device, producing both portable and home consoles. Fast forward a year or so, and Nintendo announced just that – The Nintendo Switch. While the announcement trailer was amazing (with many...

TMNT: Legends – Feedback (Cost)

The amazing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legends, may be a highly addictive 3D turn-based RPG, but it’s also one (if not, THE) most expensive IAP games on iphone and Android. Commanding up to £64.99 for just one guaranteed character (that you’ll still have to level-up from scratch) is hard to...

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