The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run Review

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea, boasts 13 seasons of kooky cartoon hijinks, and is finally fronting his third feature film? SpongeBob SquarePants! The giggling goofball with a heart of gold returns with The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run, a road trip romp that is celebrity-studded, candy-colored, and full of family-friendly humor.It’s an average day in Bikini Bottom. An ever-ready SpongeBob (Tom Kenny) frolics with his pet snail, Gary, before heading to work as a fry cook at the Krusty Krab. Like clockwork, Mr. Krab’s pint-sized nemesis…

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Taxi Chaos for Xbox One Reviews

Love the cars, Colors, handling of the cars – but -something feels missing. We all remember and appreciate Sega`s design of the CharactersLove the cars, Colors, handling of the cars – but -something feels missing. We all remember and appreciate Sega`s design of the Characters and especially their Crazy map with up and downs, jumps and action, and that in mind makes TAXI CHAOS a little bit disappointing. The main problem is the boring City Map, nothing really stands out, no real eyecandys or wow-sightseeing spots, just another 08/15 City map like…

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343 Industries sheds more light on how Halo Infinite is essentially a reboot

There is no questioning that the development of Halo Infinite has been rocky. The flagship first-person shooter went from being highly anticipated to disappointing on the big stage. This inevitably led to some reconsiderations, and a delay was announced. Developer 343 Industries is definitely trying to create something that will satisfy fans. Suffice to say, that is not an easy task. However, if they are able to evoke the feelings of nostalgia, of the roots of the Halo franchise, they might just succeed. That is how the team is describing the game…

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Hiro Capital invests $15 million in three mobile studios | Pocket Gamer.biz

Investment firm Hiro Capital has invested $15 million into three mobile studios. The three developers are Snowprint Studios, Double Loop Games and Happy Volcano. All of the studios will put the money towards development and global growth. “We are excited to begin 2021 by announcing Hiro’s investment in three amazing games studios, Snowprint, Double Loop and Happy Volcano,” said Hiro Capital co-founding partner Ian Livingstone. “Each studio has demonstrated innovation and expertise in developing fun to play games which resonate with today’s audiences. “I’m especially pleased that one of the…

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How to Fix Valorant Voice Chat Not Working

Riot Games’ tactical shooter, Valorant, is now eight months on from its initial release, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t one or two lingering issues still impacting some players. Here’s how to fix Valorant voice chat not working if you’re having trouble using the in-game communication. How to Fix Valorant Voice Chat Not Working First, we’ll start this guide by stating that although we do see some players struggling with this particular issue, it is by no means a widespread bug/glitch. There isn’t some issue with the current version of…

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The 3DS Games That Actually Utilized 3D Well

The 3DS was mostly sunset shortly after the Nintendo Switch began gaining traction. In numerous ways, the Switch is a far superior piece of gaming hardware, with a capacitive screen instead of a resistive one, along with more obvious improvements like the higher processing power and visual resolution. But the 3DS’ namesake–its glasses-free 3D technology–hasn’t been utilized by other traditional systems, and it remains one of the most underappreciated and underused features in gaming history. Consumers didn’t universally accept the feature, and many actually turned down the slider on the…

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Awesome Platform Shooter ‘Huntdown’ Gets Announced for Mobile 5 Years After Being Announced for Mobile – TouchArcade

Navigating the world of mobile games is always tricky business. As we’ve talked about numerous times over the years, mobile gaming has a negative stigma in the traditional gaming space, and the timing of multiplatform releases can be integral into how well your game is received. Release on mobile first and other platforms later and you risk people on console and PC thinking “That’s just a crappy port of a crappy mobile game!” Release on mobile and other platforms simultaneously and you risk people thinking “This game isn’t as good…

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Review – Little Nightmares II (PS4)

Little nightmares don’t always mean little scares… Hailing from Malmö, Sweden is indie developer: Tarsier Studios with the follow up to their 2017 cult horror-platformer: Little Nightmares. Little Nightmares II places you in the shoes of newcomer protagonist: Mono, who eventually teams up with the original game’s Six with the pair of them forced to explore the horrors present within the Pale City. Following the same 2.5D gameplay premise as its predecessor, Little Nightmares II builds on it’s already solid foundation by offering dynamic, evolving gameplay, that keeps the gameplay…

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343 buried an audio log inside a Halo Infinite blog post • Eurogamer.net

343 hid an audio log in its latest Halo Infinite blog post that has certainly caught the attention of Halo story fans. In the Inside Infinite blog post over at Halo Waypoint, 343 linked to a .wav whose file name begins with “halsey_journal_01”. The easy to miss link in the text “stories to be found” reveals a conversation between Master Chief, Catherine Halsey and an unnamed man. THERE MAY BE SPOILERS AHEAD. Secret audio in the latest Inside Infinite article (Halsey and Chief) from r/halo This content is hosted on…

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“Commitments to invest in Black developers, fight racism and hate speech online | Pocket Gamer.biz

For decades, no matter the industry, people of colour have suffered through a lack of opportunity and a lack of respect, leaving them stuck playing second fiddle throughout their careers. The games industry is no different, and here at PocketGamer.biz we wanted to do our part and help bring attention to the many incredible people of colour that help make up this sector. That is why we are committing to a new long-term regular feature to spotlight these people and their careers. So, welcome to our ‘POC in Mobile‘ series,…

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