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    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    Anyone else find themselves repeatedly smashing the X button during the loading screen like it's going to get you back into the game sooner?
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    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    I’m pretty sure Ian Bogost had a column in Edge discussing how names of bosses, specifically the ones in Dark Souls, are not spoilers. I bet his eyes would have rolled out his head by now if he were reading this thread.
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    Edge #330 | Shenmue III

    Wargroove is for people who both enjoyed Advance Wars and find themselves laughing uncontrollably at commercials where pets act and talk like people. Even if that describes you it's still only a seven at best.
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    Metroid Prime 4

    According to this topic on ResetEra (https://www.resetera.com/threads/nintendo-software-and-hardware-sales-data-from-1983-to-present.2725/) Fire Emblem Fates has outsold every Metroid game. While Fire Emblem Awakening has outsold every Metroid but the original Prime.
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    Examples of reviewers/adverts etc caught lying

    They gave it an 8. So you're the liar.
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    Red Dead Redemption 2 - Single Player, NO SPOILERS thread

    Does anyone know if it's possible to organically stumble upon legendary animals without having to smell their poo first? Or does starting the tracking mini game spawn the legendary animal in their respected areas?
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    Dark Souls Remastered

    Don't make the same mistake I did on my first play through and try to beat Tomb of Giants completely in the dark.
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    Resident Evil 4 - Revisited

    This thread inspired me to order a copy of the Wii edition, so, thanks for that! Also, is anyone aware of any differences between playing it on the Wii vs the Wii U? I'm aware of the option to use a Gamecube controller, but is there a difference in the visuals? Is the emulation on the Wii U essentially the component out on the Wii?

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