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Nintendo's Next President Wants To Expand Company's Mobile Division


Posted by Evolve on May 4, 2018 | In: Linux News

Nintendo's Next President Wants To Expand Company's Mobile Division

Last week, Nintendo dropped several bombshells on people. First was of the latest Nintendo Switch numbers both in hardware and in software, both of which were very impressive. But, more than that, it was revealed that this June, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima will be stepping down, and in his place will be Shuntaro Furukawa. Though Furukawa has been with Nintendo for half of his life, a lot of people don't know him, and thus, they've been curious as to what his goals fo...


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State of Mind is an Upcoming Sci-Fi Adventure About Melding with Robots Coming to Linux


Posted by Evolve on Jun 12, 2018 | In: Linux News

State of Mind is an Upcoming Sci-Fi Adventure About Melding with Robots Coming to Linux

State of Mind is an upcoming futuristic thriller that has players delving into transhumanism. Through exploring themes of disjuncture, separation, and reunification, their world will slowly begin to tear between a utopian virtual future and a dystopian material reality.The year is 2048, and Berlin is in shambles. Due to the lack of resources, illness that is brought upon by the polluted air and water, and a city on the brink of collapse experiences an uptick in crime as citiz...


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Nintendo Celebrates Super Mario Odyssey's First Birthday With Festival Event and Artwork


Posted by Evolve on Oct 29, 2018 | In: Linux News

Nintendo Celebrates Super Mario Odyssey's First Birthday With Festival Event and Artwork

Here's a mind-boggling factoid: Super Mario Odyssey turned one year old as of October 27th a couple of days ago. Crazy, right? It doesn't feel like it's been a year, and yet, here we are. The Nintendo Switch has come a long way since then, but Super Mario Odyssey remains one of its biggest and most well-known exclusive titles. Nintendo, naturally, decided to celebrate the occasion in a couple of cool ways for ...


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Shroud of the Avatar Goes Free to Play On Linux


Posted by Evolve on Nov 1, 2018 | In: Linux News

Shroud of the Avatar Goes Free to Play On Linux

Shroud of the Avatar: Forsaken Virtues was originally a Kickstarter that had a fairly lofty goal and managed to exceed it. Its $1,00,000 goal was met and far surpassed with nearly $2 million in pledges allowing it to get made. The game itself was created as a spiritual successor to Ultima, with Ultima Online being its chief inspiration. It is a selective multiplayer game and allows you to play the same core adventure either offline or online. Since its release in May, the gam...


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Sony Reveals the PlayStation Classic, a Retro Replica of the PS1 With 20 Games Built In


Posted by Evolve on Sep 20, 2018 | In: Linux News

Sony Reveals the PlayStation Classic, a Retro Replica of the PS1 With 20 Games Built In

As of December 3rd this year, it will mark the 24th anniversary since the original PlayStation's release back in the 90s. In a move similar to their translucent PS4 reveal when they were celebrating the number of consoles sold, the company has now gone on to reveal the PlayStation Classic. Announced on the PlayStation Blog and with a trailer to back it up, this mini PS1 replica can fit in your hand and will be able to play 20 games in total. Naturally, it didn't take long for...


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Dragon Ball FighterZ Is Heading To The Switch


Posted by Evolve on Jun 25, 2018 | In: Linux News

Dragon Ball FighterZ Is Heading To The Switch

The Nintendo Switch has been doing very well ever since it got launched in March of last year, and one of its biggest highlights has been that numerous 3rd party developers have made titles for the system, and are continuing to do so. Because of that, many Switch gamers have been making requests on what should be next, and one of the most requested ones was Dragon Ball FighterZ by Bandai Namco. The game released in January for Xbox One, PS4, and PC, but a Switch port wasn't a...


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Nintendo Reveals The Newest Mario Party 'Super Mario Party' At E3 For The Nintendo Switch


Posted by Evolve on Jun 17, 2018 | In: Linux News

Nintendo Reveals The Newest Mario Party 'Super Mario Party' At E3 For The Nintendo Switch

It may be hard to believe right now, but there was a time when the Mario Party franchise was one of the most popular franchises in the Nintendo library. The game debuted on the Nintendo 64, and during its lifespan cranked out very successful sequels. The use of a party board game mechanic, mixed with dozens of mini-games and play for up to 4 players led to a very popular franchise. The problem though, was that the series soon got complacent, and started to delve into more and...


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Introducing the Mega Sg, Analogue's Next Retro Console Built For Sega Games


Posted by Evolve on Oct 17, 2018 | In: Linux News

Introducing the Mega Sg, Analogue's Next Retro Console Built For Sega Games

Analogue is at it again, folks! For those who aren't familiar with the Seattle-based company, they have a love for all things retro consoles and video games. They're well known for making high-quality modern versions of older consoles. These versions aren't a full-on emulation of any titles you want but instead require you to already own the old games in order to play them. They hit the scene with the Nt mini in 2017, which let gamers play their NES and Famicom titles. Then t...


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