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    Kotaku

    Grand Theft Auto is one of the biggest, most popular video game franchises in history. It has sold millions of games across nearly every platform released since the PS1 and courted more controversy than perhaps any other video game series ever created. And it’s done all this while mostly avoiding Nintendo consoles.

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    Nintendo Life

    The more things change, the more they stay the same.

    This week marked five years (yikes) since the mysterious Nintendo 'NX' became the Switch. It was a pretty big deal and, to the relief of Nintendo, it was received well. Let's be honest, the reaction wasn't going to be worse than the Wii U E3 reveal, when most follow-up questions were "so is the tablet an add-on for the Wii?". There's arguably little doubt that as an initial unveiling and proof of concept, the original video did a rather good job.

    The trailer became a bit iconic and meme-worthy. Yes, it had photogenic people in very nice houses doing their best wondrous faces, people casually playing with strangers in airports, the works. It also had the famous rooftop party scene that was parodied and joked about endlessly. Now, I've not been to a rooftop party with Switch action going on (we don't do many rooftop parties in Scotland, to be honest), but I have seen people playing a Switch at a wedding and in a pub or two, so it does happen.

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    Kotaku

    Hello! It’s time for Kotaku’s Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics. The images enlarge if you click on the magnifying glass icon.

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    Nintendo Life

    Dead good.

    Note: Dying Light Platinum Edition is unavailable on Switch eShop in Europe at the time of writing pending an issue with the game being banned in Germany.

    In 2011, Techland released Dead Island on most seventh generation consoles to mostly positive reception. Still, Dead Island had never quite been the game that Techland envisioned it to be, due both to creative differences with the publisher and hardware limitations. As a result, the studio struck out on its own and began development of Dying Light, a much more ambitious release that would hopefully be much closer to the studio’s original vision.

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    Eurogamer

    Rockstar has revealed the requirements for players hoping to jump into Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition on PC.

    As detailed on the Rockstar store page (thanks, PC Gamer), players will need 45GB of space and a recommended 16GB of memory, plus a GeForce GTX 760 or a Radeon R9 280, with a recommended GTX 970 or RX 570.

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    Eurogamer

    The Persona series has reportedly sold over 15 million copies.

    In an investor's report, Sega Sammy says that between March 2020 and the end of the fiscal year in March 2021, the fan-favourite franchise has sold almost two million copies.

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    Nintendo Life

    Available now.

    We've seen Fortnite team up with Capcom's Street Fighter series, and now it's Resident Evil's turn. Yes, that's right - S.T.A.R.S. veterans Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine are dropping into the island to face off against 'The Sideways' Cube Monsters' and other opponents in battle.

    You'll be able to get the 'S.T.A.R.S. Team Set' from the Fortnite Item Shop. The Chris Redfield outfit will come with an alt Hound Wolf Squad style and Jill gets an alt Raccoon City Style look.

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    Eurogamer

    Phasmophobia has revealed its Halloween update, Nightmare, will roll out on 25th October at 4pm UK time.

    "Been quiet on here lately, but here's some exciting news," developer Kinetic Games teased on its social media channels, accompanying the statement with a single image that shows the name, date, and time the update is expected to go live over a screenshot of a single camping tent.

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    My Nintendo News

    It’s hard to believe but the 20th anniversary of ToeJam & Earl 3 will be upon us next year and the official ToeJam & Earl Twitter account hints that they are planning something special for the occasion. ToeJam & Earl 3: Mission to Earth launched on the original Xbox back in October 2002 and published […]

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    Nintendo Life

    "I want to voice Mario until I drop dead".

    Chris Pratt might have been cast as the voice of Super Mario in Illumination's upcoming animated movie - due out next year, but for the good majority of Nintendo fans around the world, the original voice of Mario will always be Charles Martinet.

    Although he voiced Nintendo's mascot before the N64 era, his voice was first heard by most in the 1996 video game release, Super Mario 64. Since then he's been the voice of the character in every major release and even contributed to all of the Mario spin-offs, such as the Mario Kart and Mario Party series.

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    PC Gamer

    It's called Minsc & Boo's Journal of Villainy.

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    Nintendo Life

    You might want to get a screen protector.

    The Nintendo Switch OLED has been out for a handful of weeks now, and if you haven't already applied a screen protector - you really should.

    While Nintendo claims the screen is made out of glass, YouTube channel JerryRigEverything (via VGC) has now put the new screen to the test and it's only got 2/10 for scratch protection - which makes it as vulnerable as plastic.

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    My Nintendo News

    Crytek has released a platform-specific patch for Crysis Remastered Trilogy on Nintendo Switch, updating the first-person shooter collection to Version 1.1.0. The patch is said to “fix many of the reported issues, improving the visuals and performance which in return should help keep higher dynamic resolution in the games.” More updates for both PC and […]

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    PC Gamer

    We're rerunning Richard Cobbett's classic Crapshoot column, in which he rolled the dice and took a chance on obscure games—both good and bad.

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    PC Gamer

    It's all about "the epic intimacy of World War II" apparently.

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    PC Gamer

    A name change to coincide with another name change.

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    PC Gamer

    Toss my boy Leon Kennedy in and you've got yourself a deal.

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    IGN

    A new Resident Evil collaboration brings Jill and Chris to Fortnite.

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    PC Gamer

    The original cast returns to their life of crime.

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