2DS New Super Mario Bros. 2 Bundle Coming in August


Nintendo’s New 2DS XL may have just released this week, but it appears the company won’t be abandoning the original 2DS model anytime soon.

In a post on Twitter, Nintendo of America has revealed a new 2DS bundle. The handheld features a white-and-red color scheme comes with New Super Mario Bros. 2 pre-installed.

2ds 2DS New Super Mario Bros. 2 bundle, via Twitter

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Join Our PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Event on IGN


The real story behind a single game of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is difficult to tell. It’s an experience filled with close calls, strategizing, and either long range duels or up close and personal battles to the death. From a solo perspective you gear up and then head into an encounter that’ll get your blood pumping… unless you never find anyone and run from the blue most of the match, only to be sniped by someone you never see. It happens. That’s part of what keeps players coming back. You never know what kind of encounter you’re going to have heading into a match. I’d like to try and tell that story from the perspective of all 100 players in a single match, and a duo match, but I need your help.

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The Long Dark Live-Action Movie Adaptation Announced


Developer Hinterland Studio’s man-vs-nature survival game The Long Dark is being adapted into a live-action movie, the studio announced today.

Hinterland is partnering with Resident Evil movie series producer Jeremy Bolt, and his production company Bolt Pictures, on the project.

Raphael van Lierop, founder and creative director at Hinterland, will be penning the script. However, no director or actors are attached, and a release date for the film has not been set yet.

“My goal with Hinterland — starting with The Long Dark — has always been to create original entertainment properties that could span multiple mediums, exploiting the storytelling potential of each form,” van Lietrop said.

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Video Shows Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Allegedly Running on Xbox One


A video of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy allegedly running with Xbox One button prompts replacing those of the PS4 has surfaced.

As reported by XboxAchievements, one of the remaster’s UI artist shared a video of the remade Crash trilogy running with button UI for an Xbox One controller.

Whether the button prompts suggest the game is running on an Xbox One or PC, however, remains unclear. The UI in the video also still includes nods to the series’ PlayStation roots, as the original PlayStation memory card is still used during save screens. Zisa has since taken down the original video.

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