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    A Next Gen N64 Controller is Being Made

    The Retro Fighters “Next Gen N64 Controller” will soon be launched, after a successful Kickstarter campaign by the developers.

    The Nintendo 64 controller has been a source of many a heated debate since the console’s 1996 launch. For one, it features three prongs as handles, presumably for people with more than two hands. The D-Pad and analog stick sit on different prongs, too far to be used together unless you have severely disjointed fingers. And want to use the Z button whilst playing with the D-Pad? Tough luck; it sits comfortably behind the analog stick’s middle prong. It was, however, the first major controller to use an analog stick, and I personally have fond memories of it.

    Yet Nintendo 64 fans’ frustration is still felt, especially by company Retro Fighters. Its new N64 controller is a modern take on what the classic pad ‘should’ have looked like, with D-Pad and analog stick close together on the left and only two handles for two-handed people.

    It’s kept the same buttons as the original N64 controller such as the C-Pad, blue A and green B buttons, and even a slot in the back to plug in your memory card and Rumble Pack. It looks like a retro-inspired Switch Pro Controller, which sounds like a wonderful idea. Kickstarter campaign anyone?

    So far over 2,800 backers have invested over $80,000 in the project, smashing the $13,000 target – still with 27 days to go. If you pledge $45, your own name will be written in the controller’s construction manual. Otherwise, you can purchase the controller for $20 (£15).

    Will you be investing in the Retro Fighters Nintendo 64 controller? Or do you still love your original controller? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    Nintendo is Being Sued Over the Design of the Switch

    Nintendo is facing a lawsuit over the design of its latest console, the Switch, which Gamevice believes is a direct copy of its Wikipad.

    Accessory manufacturer Gamevice began developing the Wikipad in 2012, an Android tablet with optional detachable controllers on either side – an accessory also developed by Gamevice. The company believes Nintendo ripped off this idea for the Switch, which is also a tablet with two detachable controllers. Gamevice is suing the Kyoto-based video gaming giant for damages, and is also calling for a total ban of Switch sales.

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    While it’s obvious that there are similarities, there are also big differences between the two tablet-based systems. The Switch’s joy-con controllers can be used separately from the console whereas Gamevice’s controllers have to be slotted onto the tablet to work. As for the way they attach, Gamevice’s accessory clips on, whereas the joy-cons neatly slide. If anything, Nintendo produced a more polished and refined version of Gamevice’s accessory and console – what the Wikipad ‘could’ have been.

    Lawsuits such as this are commonplace in the videogame industry, though perhaps not on this level. Just last week Rockstar were hit with a lawsuit claiming that its 15 year old Grand Theft Auto: Vice City used the persona Miss Cleo when creating the game’s Auntie Poulet character. Like Rockstar, it’s doubtful Nintendo have anything to worry about.

    Do you think Nintendo used the Wikipad’s design when developing the Switch? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    Battlefield 1 Free on EA Access and Origin

    How to Play Battlefield 1 "They Shall Not Pass" DLC For Free

    EA has added Battlefield 1 to its list of free games on EA Access and Origin.

    EA Access and Origin are both EA initiatives that allow players access to a variety of full games, exclusive trials, and discounts on PC and Xbox One games respectively. Both cost $3.99 a month or $19.99 for the whole year.

    You can find Battlefield 1 on the Origin store here, while Xbox One players have to download the game through the EA Access app on their console.

    You won’t be locked into a certain time period either, meaning you’re entitled to sign up for a month, download Battlefield 1, and give it a go for just $3.99. It’s a bargain if you ask us.

    The game has recently seen a price drop, though, with a few retailers selling it for as low as $25 if you don’t want to subscribe – or if you own a PlayStation 4.

    Other games included are The Sims 4 and Titanfall 2.

    Will you be taking advantage of Battlefield 1 being free, or do you already own it? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    For Honor Now Free on PS4, Xbox One and PC

    The weekend-long free trial for Ubisoft’s For Honor begins today, October 10th, and will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC players.

    The hack and slash fighting game has faced mixed responses during its seven month lifetime, and this free trial is no doubt Ubisoft’s way of getting new players on board. Pitting players against each other as different historical warriors including Samurais and Vikings, For Honor relies on its servers being busy in order to function. The fewer the players, the more obsolete the game becomes.

    The whole game will be available to players during the trial, which lasts up until 12.01am PT on the 14th August for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners, and 1pm PT on the 13th August for PC owners. This includes the main campaign, five multiplayer modes, and every playable hero. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players will need to be subscribed to PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold respectively in order to play the game.

    All saved data will carry on if you decide to purchase For Honor after the trial, in which case it will be half price until the 20th August.

    Season 3 of the game, “Grudge and Glory”, begins right after the trial ends, on 15th August. It will introduce new content, new maps, and gladiators and highlanders as new playable heroes.

    Will you be giving For Honor a go in the weekend trial? Let us know in the comments section below.

     

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    A Spyro the Dragon Remaster Could Actually be Happening

    Activision was surprised by the success of Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, giving nostalgic fans belief that more remasters may be on the way.

    Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, developed by Vicarious Visions, takes players back to Crash’s three original PlayStation 1 adventures. It’s proved incredibly popular, topping the UK charts for four out of the last five weeks.

    This has surprised even Eric Hirshberg, boss of Activision’s publishing, the company that now owns the rights to our favourite marsupial.

    “We knew that there was a passionate audience out there for Crash. Full disclosure myself among them, but we had no idea – it’s hard to tell whether that’s a vocal minority or whether that’s a real mass audience until you put something out there,” he said in a recent conference call with investors.

    “We think we have other great IP in our portfolio that we’re considering of course… I think you can be confident that there will be more activity like this in the future with more great IP.”

    Another character Activision now owns the rights to is Spyro, the purple dragon that first stole peoples’ hearts during the PlayStation 1 era. Like Crash, Spyro’s first three adventures were chronicled on Sony’s first console, giving many fans belief that a remastering of those classic games could be on the cards.

    There’s no doubt that a Spyro the Dragon remaster would be a success, especially when considering how well Crash’s trilogy has performed. What do we need to do to get it, though? “Just keep asking,” developer Vicarious Visions told IGN.

    This could actually happen.

    Would you love a Spyro the Dragon remaster? Which other classic games would you love to see on current gen consoles? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    How to Record and Share Gameplay on your PS4

    Recording Gameplay PS4

    From the moment the PlayStation 4 was announced we knew it was going to be a social console. The idea of being able to record your own gameplay, share it with the world, and even invite others to play on your console for you remotely were exciting, and now we can utilize those features to enhance our gaming experience.

    The rise of social media and video platforms has meant the ability to record and share gameplay on your console is essential. Not only does it mean you can share funny or special moments you’ve experienced in games with friends, but it can also act as an easy way of promoting your channel on sites like YouTube and Twitter. Perhaps broadcasting gameplay live isn’t for you, but quickly uploading an unbelievable trick you’ve just performed on GTA is. If so, here’s the  incredibly easy way you can record your game before sharing it with others.

    Step 1: Linking your accounts

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    Linking an account to your PS4

    Before you record a video clip, you’ll need to link your PlayStation 4 with at least one account (if you don’t have a YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, or dailymotion account then you’ll need to create one first).

    Now, on your PlayStation 4 go to Settings > PlayStation Account / Network Settings > Link with Other Services. Choose the service you want to link your PlayStation account with (out of YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and dailymotion), and proceed to sign in. You may be asked to enter an activation code to prove it’s really you.

    Step 2: Changing your record settings

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    Changing your record settings

    With your account(s) in place, you’ll now need to change your PlayStation 4’s share settings. This isn’t essential, as the settings will already be in place; if you want to personalise features such as the length of your clips, though, read on.

    Go back to Settings > Sharing and Broadcasts. There are two options for changing your record settings: SHARE Button Control Type and Length of Video Clip. Go to the former and you’ll have the option to change how the Share button on your Dualshock 4 works. The latter setting is more important, though, as it allows you to choose how long your console records for; it can be as little as 30 seconds or as much as an hour. Make sure the tick is next to whichever length of time you decide on.

    Step 3: Recording your gameplay

    It’s important to realise that the moment you turn your PlayStation 4’s record feature on, it will record for whatever amount of time you’ve set it up to do before that moment. So, for example, say you have a really great 30 minutes in Battlefield 1. Press the record button and your console will record those last 30 minutes (if you’ve set it up for 30 minute intervals). If you’ve only been playing for 10 minutes but you set it up to record an hour, only those 10 minutes will record.

    With this in mind, when you want to start recording press the Share button on your Dualshock 4. A list of features will appear, but you want to go to Video Clip at the top.

    Step 4: Customising and sharing your clip

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    Sharing your clip

    Your gameplay has now been recorded, and in the next page you’ll be given a list of platforms you can share your clip to, so click on whichever one you want. If you haven’t already, you’ll be asked to sign in.

    You’ll now be given a few customisation options. Press Trim at the top to edit the length of your clip. Using 1, 5, 10, 30, or 60 second intervals, move the slider along to wherever you want your clip to start and end, using L2 and R2 respectively to place the markers. Press Square to view your clip in full screen or Preview to see what it would look like when published. If you’re happy with it, press OK.

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    Trimming your clip

    Again, you can preview your clip by pressing Play, or alternatively change recording altogether under Change Selection. If you’re ready to publish that exact clip, though, title it, write a description, choose whether you want it private or public, tag it, and add additional players. None are essential, but all can help your video go further.

    Whenever you’re ready, press Share. That’s it, your gameplay is out in the open. Whether or not you’ll end up being the next Pewdiepie remains to be seen, but it’s still a great way of sharing your experiences with others; and who knows, you might even get a bit of a following at the same time.

    Got any questions about recording gameplay? Are you trying to set it up but something’s going wrong? Don’t hesitate to ask in our comments section below and we’ll try and get back to you as soon as possible.

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    The Last of Us 2 Fans Have Worked Out Where the Game is Set

    Eagle-eyed fans of The Last of Us 2 think they’ve worked out where the game is set – in Seattle, Washington.

    Since a teaser trailer was released late last year, Naughty Dog has kept secretive over the much-anticipated sequel. Using only the game’s concept art, some fans think they’ve managed to work out at least one feature – the game’s location.

    It all began with a parking sign. Reddit user Voldsby first noticed that the parking signs looked familiar to those found in Seattle, Washington. It’s not all that convincing, except in another piece of concept art they spotted the word “Driftwood” painted on a distant building, much like a building in the same city.

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    RoganJosho, the second sleuth in the detective story, then recognised an underground car park in another shot of the game, backed up with an actual photo of the real car park itself – in Seattle.

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    To put the nail in the coffin, Falconbox, the third detective, mapped both locations out, and noticed that they’re within a few blocks of each other.

    That The Last of Us 2 could be set in Seattle may not seem overly important, but locations played a major part in setting the tone of the original game. The Last of Us took players on a journey through Austin, Boston, Wyoming, Jackson, and Salt Lake City, each one creating a unique mood.

    The Last of Us 2 isn’t due to release until 2018, and at the moment developer Naughty Dog is concentrating on finishing Uncharted: Lost Legacy, so any news is good news.

    What do you think of The Last of Us 2 being set in Seattle? Are you excited about the game? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    GTA Online Just Had Its Best Month Ever

    Grand Theft Auto Online saw record numbers of players in June and July and just had its best financial quarter to date, according to publisher Take-Two’s recent earnings call.

    It’s thought that the Gunrunning update, which allowed players to purchase Mobile Command Centres and Bunkers, had a big part to play in the increase in player count. Take-Two are now confident that Grand Theft Auto Online can continue to be successful into 2018.

    Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two, said: “Grand Theft Auto Online delivered its best quarter ever, substantially exceeding our net sales expectations, and was once again the single largest contributor to recurrent consumer spending.”

    He continued: “On the heels of the June 13 release of the substantial Gunrunning update, June and July successively became our two biggest months ever for Grand Theft Auto Online monthly active users. And Rockstar Games will continue to support the game going forward. As a result of Grand Theft Auto Online’s performance in the first quarter, we now expect the game to deliver net sales growth during fiscal 2018, another consecutive year of record results.”

    It’s an incredible achievement for a game that was first released four years ago, and cements Grand Theft Auto V’s place as the biggest game of the current generation.

    There’s no doubt that much of the game’s success has come from PC players, yet Take-Two are still quiet on whether or not Red Dead Redemption 2, developer Rockstar’s next blockbuster title, will be released on the format too.

    “Any updates about any of our titles will come from our labels,” president of Take-Two, Karl Slatoff, said.

    What do you think about Grand Theft Auto V’s continued success? Do you still play it four years on? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    How to Stream Gameplay From Your PS4 to Twitch and YouTube

    Your PlayStation 4 is full of features that you might not use or even know about. From being able to record gameplay to manoeuvring around its user interface with just your voice, the console has ways to make your playing experience both better and easier. One of the many cool things it can do is have you livestream your gameplay to the two biggest platforms on the market: Twitch and YouTube.

    To those who want to get into the streaming business casually but can’t afford a high end PC and capture card, worry not: your PlayStation 4 can do a good enough job to start things off. Granted, the quality of stream won’t be as good as with a good PC and recording equipment, but if you already own a PS4 console it’s free. Not only that, but it requires a minimal amount of setting up. So, if you fancy yourself the next syndicate, follow these simple steps to getting your gameplay online.

    Step 1: Linking your account

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    Linking an account to your PS4

    First off you want to link your PlayStation 4 to your Twitch or YouTube account. It goes without saying that before you even do this, you’ll need to create an account on either platform at twitch.tv or youtube.com.

    Now, on your PlayStation 4 go to Settings > PlayStation Account / Network Settings > Link with Other Services. Choose the service you want to link your PlayStation account with, and proceed to sign in. You may be asked to enter an activation code to prove it’s really you.

    Step 2: Personalising your broadcast settings

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    Changing the broadcast settings on your PS4

    With your account(s) linked you’re pretty much ready to start streaming, but your broadcast probably won’t look how you want it to. To make sure you’re getting the most out of your stream, you really want to customise how your livestream comes across to the viewer (or viewerS – hopefully).

    Go to your PlayStation 4’s Settings > Sharing and Broadcasts > Broadcast Settings > Advanced Settings. From here you have a few options, so I’ll list them below:

    • If you choose to stream with your image on the screen using a PlayStation Camera, then tick the box next to ‘Include Video from PlayStation Camera in Broadcast’.
    • In Camera Video Settings you have the options of choosing the position of your image on the screen, its size, and direction. Mess around with the other settings like background, depth, edges, and brightness to find whatever suits your stream.
    • In Audio Sharing Settings, tick the box next to ‘Include Microphone Audio in Broadcasts’ if you want your voice to be heard in the stream from either the PlayStation Camera or a separate mic. If you tick the box next to ‘Share Party Audio’ then the voices of others in your chat can also be heard.
    • Tick the box next to ‘Display Message to Spectators and Spectators’ Comments’ if you want to see your viewers’ messages on the same screen as your gameplay, but bear in mind this means your image can only appear at the top right hand corner of the stream.
    • In Message to Spectators you can customise what each viewer sees on screen.
    • In Comments to Speech you can enable a feature that turns comments into spoken language, useful if you don’t have comments on screen.

    If you want to further change your PlayStation Camera or Microphone settings, go to Settings > Devices > Audio Devices OR PlayStation Camera.

    Step 3: Getting yourself on air

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    You’re all set up. You’ve customised your broadcast settings so that your stream looks the best it possibly can. The game you want to stream is running. But how do you actually go live? Luckily, that’s the easiest part.

    When your game is running, press the Share button on your Dualshock 4. A Broadcast Gameplay page should appear on the screen, allowing you to choose which platform you’ll be streaming on. After you pick a platform, you’ll be directed to a page on which you can further personalise your stream. You’ll have the options of streaming with or without video, audio, and spectators’ comments, and can also create a title and description for that specific stream. Make sure you make these catchy and enticing; you want to attract as many people to your livestream as possible. One final thing to do is select the quality of stream; it’s probably safest to go for 720p at 30fps (unless you’re streaming from a PlayStation 4 Pro, in which case max out at 1080p).

    Here we are. It’s your first stream. Go for it. Press Start Broadcasting, and enjoy your journey into the livestreaming community.

    Got any questions about livestreaming? Are you trying to set it up but something’s going wrong? Don’t hesitate to ask in our comments section below and we’ll try and get back to you as soon as possible.

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    PS4 Firmware Update 4.73 Available to Download Now

    Sony has released firmware update 4.73 for the PlayStation 4, but it won’t have too much effect on your console.

    Like update 4.72 before it, 4.73 is there to improve the “quality of system performance”. It is mandatory, though, meaning you’ll have to install it if you want to continue using PlayStation Network. The update weighs in at an average 341MB.

    It’s likely that most firmware updates will be minor until 5.0 is released, the beta for which will be closing soon. US PlayStation 4 owners can sign up for the beta here, but this is the link for those in the UK.

    It’s still unknown what firmware update 5.0 will bring to the system, but there are a few theories flying around.

    What would you like to see from PlayStation 4 firmware update 5.0? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    63.3 Million PS4 Consoles Have Been Shipped

    Sony shipped 63.3 million PlayStation consoles as of June 30th, according to the company’s first quarter financial report.

    The report covers the period between April 1st and June 30th, and the figure represents the number of units shipped to retailers, not sold directly to consumers. However, since a statement on June 13th revealed that the company had sold 60.4 million consoles worldwide, it’s likely that sales aren’t far off.

    Shipments of the console are down year-over-year, but Sony forecasted this anyway. During the same period last year Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End was released, one of the biggest and most popular games on the system. On top of that, console prices have continued to decline as the generation becomes older, though the PlayStation VR headset and PlayStation 4 Pro would have offset that somewhat.

    To put the most recent figures into perspective, the Nintendo Switch has sold 4.7 million units in most of its lifetime – between March 1st and June 30th. Between April 1st and June 30th Sony has shipped an extra 3.3 million PlayStation 4 units. It launched in 2013. At this point the PlayStation 4 looks unstoppable, and it’s hard to argue otherwise when it’s believed to have sold over more than double what Microsoft’s Xbox One has (around 30 million).

    With a lack of exclusive titles releasing later this year, Sony probably won’t be expecting sales to improve much over the coming months. Yet the current figures show it’s well on track to becoming one of the most successful consoles of all time.

    Are you one of the 60 million to own a PlayStation 4? What do you think of Sony’s console? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    Rockstar Being Sued $500 Million Over Vice City, 15 Years After it Released

    Rockstar is currently being sued over a character in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, 15 year after the game first launched.

    The game features a character by the name of Auntie Poulet, leader of a Haitian gang. You can watch a clip of her below.

    The company suing Rockstar over Auntie Poulet’s image is Psychic Readers Network, owners of the Miss Cleo persona, and supposedly the video game company has profited off of its use of Miss Cleo’s Jamaican accent and general image to the sum of $500 million dollars.

    It’s a tenuous link at best, although previous Miss Cleo actress Youree Harris did play the part of the Vice City character. Even so, it’s unlikely Psychic Readers Network will earn even a penny from the suit.

    Despite this, Rockstar announced it will still heavily defend itself. “These claims are entirely meritless and completely ridiculous. We will vigorously defend ourselves with regard to this matter.”

    It’s also not the first time a company or person has attempted to sue Rockstar, perhaps one of the most controversial developers out there. Only a few years ago Lindsay Lohan claimed it used her image for Grand Theft Auto V, although, as is likely to happen with this case, she didn’t get anywhere.

    At least Grand Theft Auto V released in 2013. Vice City launched in 2002, so it’s difficult to see how they’d ever win this suit.

    When was the last time you played Grand Theft Auto: Vice City? Do you remember Auntie Poulet? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Out Now on Xbox One

    The standalone Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is now available on Xbox One.

    The game was initially packaged in with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, with the first standalone edition releasing on the PlayStation 4 last month. Sony has a priority agreement in place with Activision, meaning its consoles receive Call of Duty content a month earlier than Microsoft’s.

    It launches in time for the double XP Beachbomber Prop Hunt event, which sees players hiding as props throughout the maps in a bid to fool opposing players.

    Yet, unless Xbox One players desperately want a physical copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, there is a cheaper way for them to have the game. The Infinite Warfare Xbox One disc has Modern Warfare Remastered on it, whereas the PlayStation 4 edition came with a download code. This means that Xbox One owners can purchase preowned copies of the latest instalment in the franchise and still be able to play the remastered version of one of the greatest games of all time. Owners of Sony’s console don’t have the same luxury.

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC for $39.99 (£34.99).

    Will you be picking up a copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered now that it’s standalone? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    Crash Bandicoot Tops the Charts…Again

    Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy tops the UK charts again, seeing off competition from games old and new.

    The remastered trilogy of everyone’s favourite marsupial has now made it to the top position for four weeks out of the last five, and is showing no signs of slowing down.

    Second on the list is Nintendo’s highly acclaimed sequel for the Switch Splatoon 2, with an increase in sales after a relatively poor first week. It’s managed to hold off Grand Theft Auto V, a game that first released in 2013.

    Just behind are a trio of Bethesda games following the developer’s promotion; Fallout 4, DOOM, and Dishonoured 2 lie in fourth, fifth, and sixth respectively.

    The biggest jumps came from Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands from 17th to 10th, Horizon: Zero Dawn from 19th to 11th, while heavily discounted prices gave Battlefield 1 a boost of 24 places to 14th.

    Here’s the top 10:

    1. Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy
    2. Splatoon 2
    3. Grand Theft Auto V
    4. Fallout 4
    5. Doom
    6. Dishonored 2
    7. Miitopia
    8. Rugby League Live 4
    9. FIFA 17
    10. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands

    Have you picked up any of the games on the UK top 10? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    Nintendo Didn’t Hesitate When Offering Cross-Party Support with Rocket League

    Nintendo didn’t hesitate to cooperate with cross-party support for Rocket League, according to Psyonix Vice President of Publishing Jeremy Dunham.

    Rocket League, which releases on the Nintendo Switch later this year, initially launched across all major platforms two years ago. Since then it’s taken the gaming community by storm, becoming of the most popular and profitable indie games of all time with 33 million registered players and 1.6 million daily players.

    Xbox One and PC Rocket League players can currently compete across both platforms, a move that Sony decided not to make with PlayStation 4 support. Nintendo chose to take sides with Microsoft and the PC community, though, a decision which didn’t take them long to make.

    “Nintendo has been very open with giving us whatever resources that we need, answering any questions that we have, allowing us to do cross-network play, which is a big deal and very important to us and they had no problem with that at all,” Dunham told GamesIndustry.biz.

    The Switch version of Rocket League has been created specifically for Nintendo’s system, running at 60fps docked and potentially handheld. It will also utilise the console’s local play modes.

    This ability to play Rocket League handheld was one that excited Psyonix: “We have enough tools and safeguards in place to make sure that if you are playing Rocket League on-the-go multiplayer, via the internet, then we will be able to handle that situation just fine and keep all players happy,” Dunham said. “That’s what is cool about the console and one of the reasons we wanted to do it. Although it may not have the power of an Xbox One or a PS4, it does have that very unique aspect to it.”

    Will you be buying Rocket League for the Switch? What are your views on cross-party play? Let us know in the comments section below.

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