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Dragon's Dogma will definitely find a home on Nintendo Switch. Dragon's Dogma is getting a fresh chance Dragon's Dogma is nearly identical to it's PS4/X1 counterparts Reviews Nintendo Life 8/10 "There’s no denying that it is rough in parts and really could have done with a full remaster rather than a straight re-release, but Dragon’s Dogma nonetheless remains a fantastically gripping role-playing experience that manages to straddle the divide between exhilarating real-time action and stat-based adventuring." Game Revolution 4/5 "If you’ve never played the action RPG before, then this is a great place to rectify that and it provides an easy way for veterans to sink some hours into it while killing time on commutes." Nintendo World Report 8/10 "Dark Arisen has some of the most unique systems in modern RPGs, and great combat to go along with it. It’s a great adventure, and if they can improve the loads after the inns it’ll be essential." App Trigger 7.5/10 "Though lacking the polish you see in AAA open-world RPGs, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen boasts an incredibly deep class and a battle system that makes for potentially dozens of hours of fun and at a great value for what you are paying. "
Forza Horizon 4 “Horizon Life” Campaign Detailed, Opt Out of Online With One Button Press Forza Horizon 4 looks like it’s taking the open-world racing concept to the next level. In addition to seasons and a shared online world, Forza Horizon 4 is introducing Horizon Life, a new campaign that really lets players live in the game’s gorgeous world. Buy a house, take on non-racing jobs, and more! Check out the IGN First video below for more info and some new Horizon 4 footage. Here’s a rundown of what Horizon Life brings to Forza Horizon 4, courtesy of chief game designer Ben Thaker-Fell… According to Thaker-Fell, Horizon 4 will also eliminate a lot of the annoyances typically associated with shared open worlds. Players can also keep busy with Forzathon Live, a new series of optional online events that change every hour. But hey, if you still don’t want to play online, you can opt out with the press of a single button. Developer Playground Games seems to be serious about letting players tackle the game how they want. What do you think? Excited for the game? I’m impressed by what I’m seeing – let’s just hope all the online stuff works at launch! Forza Horizon 4 drifts onto PC and Xbox One on October 2.