Month: January 2018

This year is currently poised to be a big one for Kingdom Hearts fans. After many years of anticipation, Kingdom Hearts III will supposedly release sometime this year. In the interim between Kingdom Hearts II and Kingdom Hearts III, we have seen tons of spinoff, some of which have made their way to mobile devices like Kingdom
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Today Kadokawa Games reached out with a press release announcing that the return of the Metal Max series, Metal Max Xeno, will release worldwide. The game will officially come to North America, Europe, and Asia. Further details like local release dates have not been announced, and will be disclosed by each publisher down the line. The name of
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Today NIS America released a new trailer of SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy to celebrate EVO Japan, and we also get a new character reveal. The trailer showcases Nakoruru from the Samurai Shodown series, this time around wearing a rather cute vampire outfit. If you don’t like it, you shouldn’t worry, as the game is all about
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During a livestream hosted by Cloud Imperium Games, Star Citizen Director Chris Roberts talked about some quite interesting details on the game’s single-player campaign Squadron 42. First of all, we hear that Squadron 42 will let you select a female protagonist. For now, developers are working with the male skeleton only until all the animations
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It’s been a while since we’ve run a piece on YouTuber Man at Arms — the Baltimore-based blacksmith that delves into non-conventional guerilla advertising by recreating video game weapons. In the past, this has ranged to MOBA League of Legends’ Nameless Blade to Geralt’s double-sword combination in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Now they are taking something a little
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Feral Fury is a fast-paced twin-stick shooter with rogue-lite elements and tons of blood and explosions. It finally hits the digital shelves tomorrow for Xbox One and PS4, and to go along with it, Skandivania Games has released a launch trailer. The trailer shows copious amounts of action, blood, and way more explosions than you’ll know what to
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According to the official Legrand Legacy Twitter account, Semisoft Studios plans on bringing their fresh take on classic RPGs to the Nintendo Switch sometime before the end of the year. Switch release is planned for this year. — Legrand Legacy (@LegrandLegacy) January 28, 2018 Back in November, the team announced that it would be bringing the game
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Today, at Evo Japan 2018, Capcom showcased the crossover content that will come to both Monster Hunter World and Street Fighter V. First of all, we see a trailer of Ryu and Sakura’s costumes coming to Monster Hunter World that were revealed by Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto earlier this morning. Both costumes will be attainable via
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Heroes of the Storm, the MOBA of all things Blizzard, has added a number of new characters this year. Malthael from Diablo III was added in June, while Overwatch’s D.Va joined the ranks in May. The latest addition, announced yesterday with a spotlight video, is Maiev Shadowsong from Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne and the various expansions of World of
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Gear.Club Unlimited came to the Nintendo Switch back in November, making it the Switch’s go-to content for car enthusiasts. The move to the Nintendo console wasn’t a decision made lightly, and developer Eden Games has finally spoken up about the process and reasoning behind the move. Talking with publication Nintendo Everything, Eden Games explained: We are huge
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In a surprise announcement for the indie-developer friendly Twitter hashtag #ScreenshotSaturday, Fabio Ferrara — Co-founder of Milan-based indie studio Chubby Pixel — revealed that his game Suicide Guy would be coming to Nintendo Switch. Even better, fans of the game will see it release as early as this year. Now what is Suicide Guy? Despite the name, it
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Earlier this week, Limited Run Games announced that they’d be giving two indie titles from Tribute Games physical releases on the Nintendo Switch. The two titles are Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Edition and Flinthook. If you follow Limited Run Games already you probably know that Flinthook already received a Limited Run release with the PS4 version. Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Edition will be getting additional physical releases
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Metroid-vania-style turned indie hit Axiom Verge has been out for a while now, but its jam-packed collector’s edition has not. Now, the game’s Multiverse Edition is available physically in the UK. The Multiverse Edition includes the physical game in its case, a 32-page art book with pixel-art goodness and character sketches, a double-sided poster with
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Furi is everything I could ask for in a pocket-sized boss rush. It’s challenging, dynamic, beautiful in both audio and visual facets, and most importantly, challenging; there’s no fluff to be found. That matters a lot especially when you’re on the go. Having had Furi in my backpack the past couple of days has turned
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Today, during a stage event at Taipei Game Show in Taiwan, Bandai Namco Entertainment showcased about fifteen minutes of gameplay of the upcoming JRPG/third-person-shooter hybrid Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet. First of all, we get to see the customization of the heroine, and some of the features that we can change in game thanks to ArFA-sys AI
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Today, Star Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games released a brand new trailer. The video walks us through the many features included in the recently-released alpha 3.0 version, that is currently available to backers. This includes many goodies that are completely new to this update and quite a few that were available before. There’s a lot
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Today Koei Tecmo revealed a new batch of screenshots and a trailer of its upcoming open-world Musou game Shin Sangokumusou 8, which will be released in the west as Dynasty Warriors 9. First and foremost, we get the reveal of four more characters, Xiahou Ji, Dong Bai, Hua Xiong, and Yuan Shu. This time around, they’re actually NPCs, and
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Last year, Nintendo and Game Freak finally re-released Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver, two incredibly nostalgic and well-remembered games for many, on the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console. After playing Pokémon Silver again on 3DS, I determined that the Generation II games still hold up after all these years, so I was glad when it was announced that Pokémon
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Today Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe sent in a press release with a new batch of screenshots and artwork of its upcoming Souls-Like JRPG Code Vein.  The image showcase the home base that was also included in yesterday’s Famitsu article, and we get an official description directly from the publisher: “This old remodeled chapel is actually a sort
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