Month: June 2018

On Thursday, a new trailer featuring superstar David Beckham was shared on PES 2019‘s YouTube page. The video goes a little behind-the-scenes on how they captured Beckham for the latest game in the long-running football/soccer series. The amount of detail going into PES 2019 is incredible, as you can see from the trailer featuring Beckham, who will be
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Ubisoft posted a video on Friday giving an overview of some updates that were made to Tom Clancy’s The Divison, but the entire update is huge. Even better, players can unlock exclusive rewards that will be used in the upcoming Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 due out next March. Shields are a new feature that is available. They
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You’re probably familiar with the cyberpunk horror game Sense – 不祥的预感: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story, which we covered extensively before E3 dragged our attention away kicking and screaming from its obvious assets. In the meanwhile, the Kickstarter campaign for the game ended, reaching $60,027 pledged by 1,083 backers. That is a whopping 600% of the original and rather
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While the UK location of Forza Horizon 4 wasn’t an enormous surprise (at least for those who didn’t naively believe that silly false “leak” about Hong-Kong) the dynamic four seasons certainly are. DualShockers asked Design Director Jon Knoles about both elements, and he had some interesting details to share. Knoles mentioned that there are many
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Kevin Bruner, Co-Founder and former CEO of Telltale Games, is suing the company seeking recovery for financial damages. According to the Marin Independent Journal, Bruner, who stepped down as CEO from the company last year, is claiming that Telltale Games did not provide him informational support as he prepared to sell his holdings in common
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After getting a ton Code Vein gameplayyesterday,today Bandai Namco Entertainment shared a video of an interview with Yusuke Tomizawa, the game’s General Producer, with his latest update on the adventure roleplay game. In the video, Tomizawa-san describes the new and updated version of the demo that was available at E3. Since last year’s demo of the game at
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Skullgirls developer Lab Zero Games released a prototype for and successfully crowdfunded its platformer-RPG Indivisible back in 2015. The developers have been diligently working on the title since then, but it unfortunately got delayed to the first half of 2019 last month. This year at E3, I met Lab Zero Games and publisher 505 Games
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Starlink: Battle for Atlas got its moment in the spotlight during Ubisoft’s E3 conference and wowed the crowd with the appearance of Starfox‘s Fox McCloud. Now, Nintendo Treehouse got a hands-on look at the game, showcasing gameplay and the “Smart Building Technology” accompanying the ship models in the game. You can check it out below. Players of Starlink: Battle
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Following the reveal on Famitsu, Compile Heart released the first direct-feed screenshots and the key artwork of its newly-revealed JRPG Valneer of the Dragon Star. The game will be released in Japan only on PS4 on October 11th, with the theme “Witch x Dragon x Dark Fantasy.” Of course, it’s focused on waifus. It’s Compile Heart, after
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During Microsoft’s press conference at E3 2018 FromSoftware finally revealed Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Of course, many wondered about the differences with the Dark Souls series. During an interview at E3 2018, Producer Robert Conkey and Promoter Yasuhiro Kitao gave DualShockers their insight about what sets the games apart. First of all, the combat is based on a “completely
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The presentation of Cyberpunk 2077 at E3 2018 left many with more questions than answers, especially considering that the game was only shown behind-closed-doors. We did see it, and you can check out our full preview and read what we thought, but we understand that most of you are probably going by the following: Due to that,
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This year at EA Play, Electronic Arts surprised many by announcing Madden NFL 19 for PC, and possibly surprised even more fans by not announcing the game for Nintendo Switch. During an interview at E3 2018, DualShockers asked Creative Director Mike Young and Senior Producer Carlos Guerrero about the reasons behind this course of action. We learned that a part of
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The FIFA and Pro Evolution Soccer series have always been rivals on the pitch of soccer simulation but between Electronic Arts and Konami only the former embraced the Nintendo Switch. During an interview at E3 2018, FIFA 19 Associate Producer Andrei Lăzărescu pointed out that there is no Pro Evolution Soccer game on Nintendo Switch, and that the
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Developer TT Games’ Lego-themed title based on The Incredibles movies from Disney and Pixar has pushed out a launch trailer —that is available below— that announces the arrival of Lego: Disney Pixar’s The Incredibles. Lego: Disney Pixar’s The Incredibles will allow players to take part in events from the first The Incredibles film and also the new The Incredibles 2 film that
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Earlier this year at GDC, DualShockers had the chance to talk with Inti Creates President and CEO Takuya Aizu and Associate Producer and International Affairs Coordinator Matt Papa about then-upcoming lineup. In the time since then, Inti Creates released Gal*Gun 2 on Nintendo Switch, revealed and launched Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon to great success, and
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It goes without saying that Nintendo’s online infrastructure leaves much to be desired. However, as behind as Nintendo may be, it does seem to be making baby steps in the right direction. With the introduction of Fortnite, Nintendo has (finally) allowed native voice chat on the Switch without using a mobile phone. Additionally, Nintendo has
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Square Enix just broadcasted from E3 2018, showcasing the first live gameplay of the Xbox One version of NieR: Automata. We get to see the very beginning of the game running on Xbox One, and it looks as great as it always did (even if Square Enix was streaming in 720p, so the footage is blurrier
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