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Adventuring in A minor: Characters that Weaponised Music

Adam from GamersFTW writes "When deciding just what weapon or equipment to use in an adventure, it’s important not to just necessarily go with the best item on hand, but rather to pick what feels right for you. Still, when a game character bypasses the shiny swords and mean looking axes in favour of a harp or a flute, it’s hard not to raise an eyebrow. Here’s five characters that used a musical instrument and made it work for them."

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MrsNesbitt3124d ago

Banjo Kazooie? <3 much love. Great article

GamerGabs3124d ago

Musical weapons are always pretty cool. Surprised that you missed out Brütal Legend, a game all about saving a world and its people with rock music, while using your guitar weapon.

DivineAssault 3124d ago

Love I-No from guilty gear.. She's who made me fall in love with the series..

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Two Devil May Cry games delisted on Steam

Two Devil May Cry games have been delisted on Steam. As shared on X, formerly Twitter, by Wario64, Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition and Devil May Cry 4 are no longer available to purchase.

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Chocoburger138d ago

Bless the adorably all digital future! When it comes to PC games its not as big of an issue because there should always be another way to access single player games, but still, I hate to see anything get delisted.

Aaroncls7138d ago

Well, DMC4 special edition has a lot of issues to run from Steam.
I have to get a modded executable to even be able to run the game on Windows 10.
Not sure if it is because the game runs in DirectX10 or what, but it sucks they have not even tried to fix it.

Sephiroushin137d ago (Edited 137d ago )

DMC4 Special Edition is not delisted, it was just the standard version, it has nothing to do with issues of performance or anything alike. Its just that Capcom probably do not want to sell the standard version, neither the standalone DMC3 version.

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A Fan Remade Pokemon Yellow in 3D With Real-time Battles and Pokeball Mechanics

We’ve seen fan remakes of Pokemon games in the past, some very well done! Today, Pokebro on Youtube posted a video where he gave himself 2 weeks to remake Pokemon Yellow in 3D. The remake features a voxel art style and borrows some mechanics from both Pokemon Scarlet and Violet and Legends Arceus.

Rainbowcookie623d ago

3.2.1 a wild nin banhammer appears.