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Month: December 2020

PUBG Mobile will open registration for the first PMCO of 2021 tomorrow

PUBG Mobile’s PMCO 2021 Spring Split will kick the battle royale’s esports program off next year and teams will be able to register from tomorrow over on the official site. It will see some of the best semi-professional players facing off against one another as they look to reach the next level of competition. [Read more]Go to Source Author: Go to Source Author:...

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Queer choreographer, dancer, and producer PENNYWILD is fearless with creativity [Interview]

“Leap and the net will appear,” is the motto that leads L.A-based multi-hyphenate PENNYWILD in her life and her art. The DJ, producer and choreographer who dropped her debut EP MIDI In Motion in late 2020, explains her instinct-led process and more in an exclusive interview with EARMILK. “When I fear something, that’s when I […] The post Queer choreographer, dancer, and producer PENNYWILD is fearless with creativity [Interview] appeared first on EARMILK. Go to Source Author:...

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The Top 10 Nintendo Switch Games of 2020 – SwitchArcade Special

Hello gentle readers, and welcome to a very special edition of the SwitchArcade. It’s that time of the year again, and while it’s a bit of a photo finish for you, we’ve prepared our list of the ten best Nintendo Switch releases of 2020. Actually, when I say ‘we’, I mean ‘I’. These are just my personal picks and if you have different games on your list, I would say that is a very understandable thing. Ultimately, lists like these are a way to share our good experiences with others, helping our fellow gamers to find cool new games to play. As such, if you have some games you want to boost I strongly encourage you to post them in the comments. I know I would love reading them. With that said, let’s dig into the meat! 10. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity ($59.99) Depending on where your hopes were sitting, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity was either a big disappointment or pretty awesome. I fell more on the latter end of things, as I’ve been around the block enough times with Warriors games to know not to expect too much from the story. Taken for what it is, this is a huge game full of exciting battles in familiar environments, one that adds some intriguing twists drawn from Breath of the Wild to the Warriors formula. While I...

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The Best of 2020 Genre Awards – SwitchArcade Special

Hello gentle readers, and welcome to a special edition of the SwitchArcade. As part of our Best of 2020 coverage, I’ve decided to revisit last year’s Genre Awards with a new angle. Last time, I was at the mercy of Nintendo’s own categorization system. It produced some very strange results. This year, I’m just picking an assortment of popular genres and stating my favorite games in each of them. Let’s dive into those genres! Best Platformer Game Horace ($14.99) This is a special game from many different angles. It tells an interesting story, it has a gorgeous presentation, and it’s a robust and challenging platformer on top of that. Horace caught me completely off-guard, and as soon as I finished it I simply had to go and tell as many people as I could about it. Give it a shot if you haven’t already. It’s not to be missed. Runner-Up: Pumpkin Jack ($29.99) Best Role-Playing Game Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition ($59.99) It’s Reyn time, again! This is the third release of Xenoblade Chronicles and I don’t blame anyone for being a little burnt out on it by now. At the same time, this is the game at its absolute finest, with improved graphics and interesting new content. The Switch saw a lot of excellent new RPGs release this year, so it really says something about the quality of Xenoblade...

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