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Bayonetta 3 revealed exclusively for Nintendo Switch

Bayonetta 3 revealed exclusively for Nintendo Switch

They're confirmed for North America on 16th February, and we imagine it'll be a similar date for other regions too. And now here's one showing off Bayonetta 1 and 2 for Switch. Along with the announcement of Bayonetta ports for Nintendo Switch, he announced something more, something huge. Bayonetta 3 is now in development for Nintendo Switch, while the first two titles will arrive for the system on February 16th, 2018.


World War Z Video Game Announced

World War Z Video Game Announced

We bring together a diverse group of game players, game developers, and notable names from popular culture to celebrate and advance gaming's position as the most immersive, challenging and inspiring form of entertainment. Details are mostly sparse, but here's what we know. Instead we just see some survivors shooting at some zombies and it doesn't look like they're doing a very good job of surviving.


Devil May Cry Remaster Gets Another Remaster

Devil May Cry Remaster Gets Another Remaster

While the games are all highly regarded in general, Devil May Cry 3 is the one that most people remember, but with the Devil May Cry HD Collection , you'll be able to experience the entire series on whatever console you want. The title will be called Devil May Cry HD Collection and will debut on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The bundle will hit retail and digital storefronts for $29.99.



Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) Shares Bought by Commerce Bank

It has underperformed by 6.87% the S&P500. (NASDAQ: AMZN ). Castleark Mgmt Ltd Limited Liability Company reported 1.76% of its portfolio in Amazon.com, Inc. Autus Asset Mgmt Limited stated it has 2,240 shares. Atalanta Sosnoff Capital Limited Liability Corporation owns 104,619 shares. Viking Glob Investors Lp holds 618,046 shares or 4.03% of its portfolio.


Facebook launches Messenger Kids app for under 13s

Facebook launches Messenger Kids app for under 13s

The preview of the app is presently available on the App Store for iPad, iPod touch and iPhone users only. Facebook said the point of Messenger Kids was to provide a more controlled environment for the types of activities that were occurring across smartphones and tablets among family members.