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Kit and Krysta have returned to bring fans a new episode of Nintendo Minute. In this week’s episode, Pikmin 3 Deluxe is played. The pair said in the video description that “it’s really fun because there’s a new Side Stories mode that lets you play co-op with a friend. All that multitasking is so much […]
Gennadiy Korol, co-founder of Moon Studios, recently spoke to IGN about various topics. One topic was about Ori being in Smash. Korol said that “I think all of us at Moon would LOVE to see Ori in Smash and we think that Ori’s move-set and fighting mechanics [would] be tons of fun. I honestly think […]
From the very first moment its main menu loads, Rogue Company radiates bold personality. You’re immediately punched in the ears by a surprisingly catchy hip hop-infused soundtrack playing alongside a raucous cast of unique characters. This free-to-play, team-based shooter combines facets from many of the most successful FPSes already out there, from Overwatch to Counter-Strike, to deliver a fun package that requires skill, patience, and an appreciation for teamwork to succeed – even if that also means it’s lacking in originality.
Rogue Company is a multiplayer-only third-person shooter with a gallery of interesting characters called Rogues, each with their own distinct abilities, loadouts, and perks to choose from. Moment-to-moment gunplay is snappy and responsive, but movement is a little light and floaty. You eventually get used to it, but at first it feels a bit like characters are skating around the map. Since everyone can dodge roll, fire fights can get very tense and erratic quickly, which helps combat stand out (in a good way) from the other games Rogue Company was clearly inspired by. Just because you get the drop on someone doesn’t mean you’ll down them necessarily since time-to-kill varies wildly depending on your Rogue and the weapon you’re using.
Even though it only has three 4v4 game modes that have all been seen before for the most part – a Counter-Strike-style bomb mode, a variation on a capture point format, and what is basically team deathmatch with a twist – there’s enough variety in the nine maps and the play styles they require to avoid boredom. Teamwork is crucial, so thankfully Rogue Company is the latest in a long line of games to borrow the incredibly smart ping system popularized by Apex Legends. That allows players not on voice chat to still easily communicate with their squad using quick scripted callouts and contextual map markers.
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Welcome back to Game Scoop!, IGN's weekly video game podcast. This week your Omega Cops — Daemon Hatfield, Sam Claiborn, Justin Davis, and Seth Macy — are discussing the future of Nintendo consoles. They also cover Super Mario 35, Star Wars Squadrons, The Last of Us Part 2, Rambo in Mortal Kombat, and so much more. Watch the video above or hit the link below to your favorite podcast service. Listen on: Apple Podcasts YouTube Spotify Stitcher Find previous episodes here!
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