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China NetEase Games acquired stake in Canada’s video game developer  [Starday]

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According to China Daily reported, the online games division of NetEase Inc of China, NetEase Games officially announced Tuesday that it has acquired a strategic minority stake in Behaviour Interactive Inc, Canada’s largest independent video game developer. In which means that NetEase Games now holds some shares of stock of Behaviour Interactive Inc as one of the  shareholders.

A Way Out game review

As my co-op partner and I approached the climax of A Way Out, the cinematic, 1970’s-set prison-break adventure from the studio headed by filmmaker-turned-game-developer Josef Fares, I thought it had run out of gas. I’d been hooked for the first five hours, which do a magnificent job of blending drama with action and emotion with lightheartedness. In that time we’d rarely done the same style of of game play twice, and I had gotten to know and understand Vincent, the more diplomatic and reserved of the two playable convicts in this mandatory two-player story. But here we were, knee-deep in a cliched sequence I’d seen a million times before in both games and movies. I thought A Way Out had run out of tricks.
And then it punched me in the stomach…

I don’t want to spoil anything about its finale, but know this: A Way Out is worth seeing through to the end.

If you go into A Way Out thinking its mandatory two-player co-op is a gimmick, you’ll likely come out of it realizing that it couldn’t have been done any other way. Vincent and Leo’s journey will have you and a friend performing tasks together both mundane and dramatic, and the result is a memorable, variety-packed cinematic adventure that feels like what Telltale’s games might’ve evolved into if they’d leaned into game mechanics instead of phasing them out.

Famitsu awards Fire Emblem Three Houses 37/40
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The latest edition of Weekly Famitsu contains the Nintendo Switch review you’ve been waiting for and that’s for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The game has gone over well with the four reviewers who awarded it a 9/9/10/9 which gives a total of 37/40. Here’s all the reviews this week:

  • Archlion Saga (Switch) – 7/8/7/7 [29/40]
  • Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Switch) – 9/9/10/9 [37/40]
  • Fishing Spirits…

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I’ll be livestreaming Bloodstained Ritual of the Night again Thursday at 6:30 PM EST. I’m not entirely sure, but this might actually be my final livestream, so let’s make it count! Gremory is going down, in the name of the moon!