Month: June 2018

Today Compile Heart released a new trailer for it upcoming JRPG Kamigokuto Mary Skelter 2, the sequel of Mary Skelter: Nightmares. This is a game by Compile Heart, so you know that you can pretty much expect some fenservicey features, and that’s what the “purification mode” is all about. Basically, you’ll purify the game’s many waifus by cleaning
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Cygames announced that its popular mobile JRPG Granblue Fantasy just passed another registered player milestones. Now the game counts over 21 million, which is nothing to sneeze at, especially considering that the 20 million player milestone came just two months ago in April. As a consequence, players can enjoy a brand new event, even if this
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Fans have been eagerly awaiting any news on the remake of Final Fantasy VII and were quite disappointed when there was nothing new announced during Square Enix’s 2018 E3 livestream a few weeks ago, making it the third year in a row with nothing shown about the game. In response to this anticipation, on Friday, Italian website Multiplayer
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With its one-year anniversary approaching since becoming available in early access, the popular co-op game Fortnite is getting a huge update for its Save the World campaign. In a post by the campaign’s developers titled Save the World State of Development, they detail the specifics of the update and discuss their goals to bring players more mission and enemy variety. One
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Nihon Falcom has revealed a new batch of bonus costumes for its upcoming JRPG The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV: The End of Saga. The three costumes are “Magical Girl Mystical A-Chan,” “Crossbell Survive” and “Exotic China.” They’re all retailer-specific bonuses respectively at Geo, the Japanese arm of Amazon, and the rental chain Tsutaya.
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In a recent update to Divinity: Original Sin 2‘s Kickstarter page, the folks at Larian Studios detailed some of the changes that went into the development of Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition. We learned earlier that Bandai Namco would be bringing the Definitive Edition to consoles on August 31, 2018, so console players can
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When Rise of the Tomb Raider originally released on Xbox One back in 2015, it was one of my favorite games of the year. I loved its semi-open world nature that prompted exploration, the progression of improving your weapons and gear, and the satisfying combat that often felt dirty and in-your-face. Coming into E3, it was easy
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Today, during a livestream broadcasted to celebrate Sonic the Hedgehog’s 27th anniversary, Sega unveiled a new team coming to the upcoming racing game Team Sonic Racing. The new group of wacky racers is Team Rose, and of course, it’s led by pink hedgehog Amy Rose. We also get Chao and Big the Cat. Amy Rose’s
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Today, during a livestream from Japan, Granzella showcased new gameplay of the upcoming game Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories. We get to see an extensive demo of the virtual reality gameplay on PlayStation VR. Of course, the game switches to first-person and lets you experience the terror and insecurity of being in the middle of a
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Publisher XSEED unveiled its Anime Expo 2018 lineup today, which features several previously known titles like Fate/EXTELLA LINK, Gungrave VR, Gal Metal, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, and Freedom Planet. That being said, they will also be showing off one new title which was announced today: London Detective Mysteria.  London Dectective Mysteria is a visual novel coming to both
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Based around one of the most popular TV series currently airing, the recent Westworld mobile game from Warner Bros. Games gives players the chance to build their own version of the titular theme park and fill it with guests and hosts alike, though recent circumstances indicate that the game seems to have infringed on copyrights from
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As anyone who has played any iteration of Namco Museum can probably tell you, it’s hard to replicate the arcade experience outside of the arcade. Sure, our televisions are larger than ever, but it just doesn’t feel the same. One of the most jarring differences between arcade titles and their console counterparts are often the
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Fractal Box has announced that colorful puzzler Cubikolor will be heading to the Nintendo Switch next week. It will also be the first game published and distributed by Light Maze. In case you missed it, Cubikolor is already available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. However, the Nintendo Switch version launch will introduce a new interface, re-balancing, and
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