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At last June’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, Turtle Rock Studio’s Evolve collected the most awards because its asymmetrical competitive multiplayer was set to reinvent multiplayer gaming on the next generation of console hardware. Evolve’s release date may be delayed from October 21, 2014 to February 10, 2015 but the Big Alpha gave players firsthand gameplay experience with the four Hunters versus one Monster matches.
Sorry for the long absence with the weekly freebie - life's been a bit chaotic, so in an effort to rebalance things, I had to shift priorities away from this. It's a shame too as there were some good freebies available mixed in with a ton of iffy ones. This week, we're going to focus on a precision-platformer that hit PC a year ago and later the Xbox One.
One of the biggest Nintendo releases in the coming months will be the Wii U version of the much loved Super Smash Bros. In advance of that, Nintendo has released a 3DS version. Even though this version is a great game, disabled gamers will probably have too hard of a time adapting to the constraints of Super Smash Brothers on a handheld.
The fall game rush is upon us, and with it DAGERS is going to be ramping up the number of reviews we do to cover as many as we can over the holidays. Our first game of the fall is none other than the Frankenstein mash-up of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors, Hyrule Warriors for the Wii U. While it may have some die-hard fans of both franchises decrying it as a monstrous mutant of a game, from the stand point of accessibility, Hyrule Warrior’s gives every Zelda fans a game that shows love for the Zelda franchise in every pixel, without many of the barriers common to the franchise.
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