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I'm the result of a kid growing up In the early 00's who was raised by a mix of adult swim south park and newgrounds(dot)com(and the fact I have adhd doesn't help) I like video games and Im here to talk about em should be fun

Splatoon 2 – Nintendo Direct Segment


Splatoon 2 had it’s own segment at Nintendo’s latest Direct. “Salmon Run, a new four-player co-op mode, is coming to Splatoon 2! By teaming up with friends, players can take on a part-time job battling the new Salmonid species, which the Squid Research Lab reports might even be more lethal than the Octarians! When players fall in co-op mode, teammates can revive them by inking them on the battlefield.” Splatoon 2 launches only on Nintendo Switch July 21st for $59.99.

Microsoft to offer Refunds for digital games


Below are the following statements, and plan from Microsoft on this process works.

“You’ve spoken; we’ve listened. In support of offering gamers the freedom of choice, we’re making changes to the Microsoft Store purchase experience by offering customers a simple way to instantly return digital products like games and apps through”

“When a game or app leaves you wanting more, we’re here to help. Self-service refunds on Xbox One and Windows 10 provide a quick, simple way of returning a digital product.”

To request a self-service refund:
1. Navigate to and sign-in.
2. From the top menu bar, select Payment & billing > Order history.
3. Navigate to a purchased game or app, and select Request a refund.

Please note the below conditions for requesting a self-service refund:
• Games and apps are eligible for self-service refunds within 14 days of purchase if you have less than 2 hours of play time across all accounts.
• DLC, season passes, and add-ons are not eligible for self-service refunds.
• The game or app must be downloaded and launched before requesting a self-service refund.
• You must wait for at least 1 day after the game or app’s release before requesting a self-service refund.
• Certain Windows 10 apps may not be eligible for self-service refunds.
• Microsoft reserves the right to block access for users who abuse self-service refunds.

Nioh Dragon of the North Release Date in Japan confirmed


Nioh’s first big DLC, Dragon of the North will see a release on May 2nd. It’ll expand the PvP, add new weapons, new story content, and various other additions. The DLC will likely come out in North America and Europe around the same time, possibly even the same date, no official word yet. Stay tuned at RGN as we cover this story, and stay in tune for our review of Nioh.


Overwatch’s Omnic Uprising Skins Leaked (RUMOR)


The King’s Row Uprising in game event starts tomorrow, being described as backstory for the game, instead of a holiday event. But it seems the costumes from the Uprising prequel comic may have made it’s way into the game, with a leak via Xbox Live. I’d say more than likely these skins are real but don’t get too excited, but it matches up with the in game event and the comic book. We will have to wait for official word or just see what happens tomorrow.

Injustice 2 – Introducing The Flash!

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The Flash is back! Since the initial reveal of Injustice 2, we have known The Flash would appear, but we have some gameplay of our favorite speedster. Injustice 2 releases May 16th on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. With pricing of $59.99 for the standard edition, $79.99 for the digital deluxe edition, and $99.99 for the ultimate edition, which includes the season pass.


Xbox Scorpio Revealed


Microsoft has unveiled it’s new platform in the Xbox One family, Project Scorpio or Xbox Scorpio. It features 6 teraflop GPU, a 2.3 GHz custom CPU, 12 GB GDDR5 Memory, 326 GB/s Memory Bandwidth. It also promises true 4K gaming along with a 4K blu ray player and 1 TB of storage. Microsoft promises that all Xbox One games will be able to run at 4K 60 fps with the power of the Scorpio. It’ll be interesting to see if this vision of a true 4K console gaming platform comes true. Below is Forza running at 4K 60fps, with all it’s assets boosted to up to 4K through the power of the Scorpio, so it’s a promising first look. Stay tuned at RGN as we continue to cover the Xbox Scorpio.

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