Month: January 2018

Today Capcom released another sizable batch of PS4 gameplay of its upcoming mainline Monster Hunter game Monster Hunter World. The gameplay is narrated by  European Brand Manager Brian Ayers, who does a really good job at setting the atmosphere thanks to his booming voice. At the controls is Game Director Yuya Tokuda. This time around we
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Koei Tecmo is certainly at the top of its game about the ancient art of nickel and dime, and today they announced an extensive DLC plan for Atelier Lydie & Suelle: Alchemists of the Mysterious Painting.  We should keep in mind that this is only for Japan for now, so we don’t know whether the same
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Cygames is mostly known in the west for Shadowverse, a free-to-play digital collectible card game for iOS, Android, and PC that was launched in 2016. It’s is currently the only game by the Tokyo-based developer officially released in the west, alongside its predecessor, Rage of Bahamut. The game is constantly updated, with regular quarterly expansions, latest of which was Chronogenesis, released
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Today Capcom released a trio of TV commercials of the upcoming mainline chapter of the Monster Hunter series Monster Hunter World. The brief videos have different topics, with the first focusing on the ecosystem, and showcasing some really spectacular duels among monsters. It shows once more how the denizens of the islands go about their
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Edmund McMillen is practically the human representation of game teases. Often talking in cryptic language or offering game news in vague tweets, McMillen knows how to keep his fanbase guessing. And while some of his most recent statements have cleared up questions about The Binding of Isaac content, there was also some vague hints at new
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Tokyo RPG Factory’s I Am Setsuna spiritual successor Lost Sphear is releasing soon in the West, and publisher Square Enix is getting people hyped with a brand new trailer. And while many pre-launch trailers will focus on gameplay or story, Square Enix is highlighting one thing in particular: the game’s terrific soundtrack. Showing off serene piano melodies along
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While the promotion of Code Vein has continued pretty much consistently over the past few months, Bandai Namco has been silent on the God Eater series since the reveals in October. This silence is about to end, more precisely in February. On the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu, Producer Yosuke Tomizawa mentioned that the anniversary of the series is coming in
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Today Square Enix fully unveiled Toji No Miko: Kizamishi Issen no Tomoshibi (which translates as “Sword-wielding Maidens: Engraved In a Flash of Light“), a new game inspired by the 2017 manga and super-recent anime (the first episode aired on January 5th) Katana Maidens ~ Toji No Miko.  The game was teased with a brief trailer at Tokyo
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Bandai Namco launched its open beta for Dragon Ball FighterZ this weekend, and while feedback has been positive, it seems that it’s experienced some network issues. This may end up convincing the publisher to extend the open beta. After numerous reports of network issues, Bandai Namco took to Facebook with a post thanking users for their feedback
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If you’ve been holding off on some of the fantastic titles that released in 2017 you should definitely consider capitalizing on Humble Bundle’s Winter sale. You can shop through various publisher pages including Bandai Namco, Ubisoft, Deep Silver, NIS, Idea Factory, and more. If you’re not looking to break the bank, the kind folks over
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Developer Monochrome Corp has released a demo from their upcoming VR sequel to Contagion. Contagion VR: Outbreak supports Oculus Rift and HTC Vive headsets. You can get the demo for free by going to the title’s official Steam page. Players can expect to play in various single-player or cooperative game modes.  You’ll be able to experience the
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There is a lot to love about rocket-powered soccer game Rocket League — something undeniable as the game still receives broad support on all platforms nearly three years after launch. Even this week, Psyonix is looking to update Rocket League’s default tune — and they want gamers to help. According to a recent tweet from Rocket League‘s official Twitter
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Long before indie games and mobile apps became the market trend, Super Meat Boy was the exception-to-the-rule indie darling that went from Newgrounds Flash game to multi-console hit. The game first came to consoles on Xbox 360 via the Xbox Live Arcade amassing well-over 100,000 players in the first few months. And while the Xbox 360 release
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This week, gaming peripheral company Thrustmaster announced a new product to its line of racing wheels, the TS-PC Racer Ferrari 488 Challenge Edition. According to the press release, the product was announced to celebrate Ferrari’s 70th anniversary was explicitly designed for fans of the legendary sports car in mind. The TS-PC Racer Ferrari 488 Challenge Edition is
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Ever since Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links officially launched worldwide one year ago today, Konami has supported the game with new characters, cards, and story missions. To celebrate its one-year anniversary,  the developer is continuing its support with even more new content for fans to sink their teeth into, including a highly coveted, and famous card from the original
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Today, publisher Deep Silver, also known as Koch Media, announced that they have partnered with developer Bigmoon Entertainment to publish and distribute Dakar 18 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The title will be an open-world racing game based that will include multiple types of vehicles and is based on the popular annual cross-country Dakar Rally.
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