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Fe Makes Strong Impression With Trailer

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The internet gaming community is buzzing about the potential that EA Originals project ‘Fe’ which looks as though it is going to be a very well-received adventure game.

“Our most important inspiration is always going to be nature for this one,” Hugo Bille, the game’s creative director, said to Polygon’s Alegra Frank.

“Something that’s true to the nature of the Nordic forest. There’s no spoken language and so on.”

From communicating with animals to expanding the vision of the forest, the game seems to be a deep dive into a personal fantasy story.

“Metroid and Zelda are huge inspirations in how they encourage you to re-explore older areas,” Bille said. “It’s a great tool to make it easier for players to really know a place.”

Fe is set for release on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One early 2018.

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Bubble Bobble Sequel Adds Four-Player Co-Op to Nintendo Switch

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Bubble Bobble 4 Friends

A brand new entry into the classic Bubble Bobble franchise is on it’s way when Bubble Bobble 4 Friends officially launches in Europe on November 19th.

If you’re based in North America, the game will arrive within the first three months of 2020, and the game is entirely exclusive to Nintendo Switch.

Take a look at the official trailer for the new game:

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Take A Look at Doom Eternal’s 2v1 Battlemode

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Doom Eternal’s new Battlemode is the highly anticipated 2v1 multiplayer mode that will give you 6 arenas to choose from, along with five different demons to play.

Doom Eternal officially arrives on November 22nd for PC, Xbox One, Switch and Playstation, and you can take a glimpse into Battlemode via the video below.

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Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo Enacting Policy to Require Devs to Disclose Odds of Paid Loot Boxes

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Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo are planning to enact a new policy that will require game developers to disclose the odds of paid loot boxes, by the end of 2020.

The new policy will require game developers to disclose information on the “rarity or probability” of obtaining random items in loot boxes, and will cover the base games, updates, and all future downloadable content.

The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) issued a statement saying that several of it’s members have agreed to do so by the end of 2020, including Activision Blizzard, Bandai Namco, Bethesda, Bungie, Electronic Arts, Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony, Take-Two, Ubisoft, Warner Bros., and Wizards of the Coast.

“We commend our members for their continued efforts to listen to their customers and provide consumers with information to make more informed choices for their gameplay,” according to the ESA press release. “As the video game industry evolves and new features appear, we welcome an open dialogue among our community”

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