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Animal Crossing: New Horizons wins Game of the Year at Tokyo Games Show 2020

Nintendo’s laid back life sim, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, has claimed the prestigious Game of the Year award at Tokyo Game Show 2020.The game won over the judges for its charm, its accessibility, and the comfort it has provided to players all over the world since the Covid-19 pandemic kicked off earlier this year.“Because we were forced to stay home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a slow-life experience in this game in which you can do everything freely became a comfort to people all over the world,” a press release explains.“Communication with close friends through the game and interaction with…

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Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness coming to Netflix in 2021

By Dom Peppiatt, Sunday, 27 September 2020 14:51 GMT Capcom has announced a new CGI show based on the Resident Evil franchise will be streaming on Netflix in 2021.As part of the Capcom TGS Live 2020 stream, Hiroyuki Kobayashi – executive producer on the project – presented our first look at the upcoming show.The CGI series will be based on the horror franchise and will follow the adventures of Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield as they explore a big, dark mansion.So far, then, it’s very in keeping with the games. Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness – Trailer pic.twitter.com/YaKwB5hHGk — No…

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China Isn’t Cancelling Its Biggest Game Show

While E3 and the Tokyo Game Show have been scrapped in favor of virtual events, China Joy will go forward as planned—as an in-person event. As Shanghai Daily reports, the show will be held from July 31 to August 3. Special measures will be in place to help keep visitors and exhibitors safe. Besides submitting to temperature checks, attendees will need to disclose their real name as well as show valid ID and a health code tracking app. According to South China Morning Post, the app gives each Chinese citizen a color to denote whether or not they could be carrying…