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Spectrum Multiplayer Race Mode Announced
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Spectrum Multiplayer Race Mode Announced

3D Avenue has outfitted its stylish minimalist platformer Spectrum with a brand new multiplayer race mode. So as well as blitzing between neon obstacle courses and jamming out to synth beats, you’ve got the option to double your fun in multiplayer race mode — a couch co-op race to the finish. This is a special (and exclusive) perk for Nintendo Switch players, who can indulge in split Joy-Con play and dive into Spectrum’s geometric bliss for some guaranteed gravity-defying fun. read more

Coveted Details on Tennis World Tour Career Mode, Gameplay Emerge
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Coveted Details on Tennis World Tour Career Mode, Gameplay Emerge

Former Top Spin developers have been working up a sweat to get Tennis World Tour into tip top shape before its scheduled May release, but in the spirit of good sportsmanship, they’ve decided to give us some preliminary details on the career mode in some eye-opening two minute footage. It explains the numerous factors that shape your career trajectory, including participation in tournaments and exhibition matches, as well as the necessity to just sit back and chill in the player’s lounge — because even the best get burned out. read more

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Lowering its Anchor on Switch?
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Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Lowering its Anchor on Switch?

So you might have heard of a whimsical action adventure game with ample seafaring that released around three years ago. If you didn’t, and you’re a Legend of Zelda fan, then you owe it to yourself to check out Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted seas at some point in your lifetime (you won’t meet a terrible fate if you don’t). The mechanics, visuals, and exemplary audio are all very reminiscent of Nintendo’s long-running franchise, with one major difference: developer Cornfox & Bros. brought it out for PC. A pocket edition followed on iOS, and Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players got their turn some months later. PlayStation 4 and PS Vita owners were lucky enough to recieve a physical option. read more