Month: June 2018

Square Enix and Eidos Montreal released a new Shadow of the Tomb Raider video starring Senior Technical Artist Martin Palko. In the video, Palko talks briefly about the work done on improving the game’s visual effects, including water, oil, fire, and smoke. The most interesting thing is that we don’t just hear about them, but we also
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Square Enix has announced that Dontnod Entertainment’s narrative adventure Life is Strange has started allowing players to pre-register for the Android version arriving in July. It is expected to launch with all five episodes and will feature controller support that is exclusive to Android users. Life is Strange is already available on iOS and has access to all five episodes.
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Today Mistwalker Corporation announced that the North American English version of Terra Battle 2 will shut down on September 3rd, 2018. The reason for the closure of the service was given as the impossibility to “continue to offer the highest level of quality” that players deserve. Effective immediately, the game will be removed from Google Play and
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Bandai Namco is continuing to reveal new characters for My Hero One’s Justice, which despite the slightly western title, is actually a My Hero Academia game titled in Japan My Hero Academia: One’s Justice.  Today we get the reveal of two more characters, Himiko Toga and Dabi. In order to show them off, the press release included a few screenshots
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Over the past few days, we talked about the cyberpunk horror game Sense – 不祥的预感: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story and how it passed its stretch goals for releases on PS4, PS Vita, and Nintendo Switch. Just a few Minutes ago, the game’s Kickstarter campaign passed its $35,000 stretch goal unlocking voice acting and live instrument recording for the soundtrack. Earlier
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Today, developer Dim Bulb Games tweeted some good news for fans of Where the Water Tastes Like Wine.  Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is on sale! AND we’ve added a bunch of new stories! https://t.co/PsgA6940yw pic.twitter.com/uylsDD5lF6 — Dim Bulb Games (@dimbulbgames) June 3, 2018 This newest “Tall Tales Update” gives Where the Water Tastes Like Wine
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With Jurassic World Evolution’s June 12th release date quickly approaching, Frontier Development continued to build anticipation today by adding a third part to their development diary series. The video released today titled “Working with Dinosaurs” focuses on the main stars of the game, the dinosaurs themselves. Since there would be no park without any dinosaurs, the developers describe
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I had no doubt that Overwatch League was popular but I may have underestimated just how much the viewers admire it. Blizzard announced that tickets for the Overwatch League Grand Finals have sold out. If the finals were held at the Blizzard Arena, this wouldn’t be a huge feat. However, the inaugural Overwatch League Grand
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Today, Capcom released a retrospective video of Street Fighter III. Before last week’s launch of Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, a compilation of twelve classic Street Fighter titles, they shared another video looking back at both the original Street Fighter and all the versions of Street Fighter II. Like its predecessor, the video goes chronologically, beginning with discussing the characters in Street Fighter
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Following the announcement of the release date of Fighting EX Layer, Arika showcased an extensive look of gameplay in a brand new video. The clip, that clocks over ten minutes of PS4 gameplay, shows three different matches among characters who will prove familiar to the Street Fighter EX crowd. First of all, we see Skullomania versus Allen
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Today NIS America released a new trailer for Takeyasu Sawaki’s upcoming dungeon-crawling JRPG The Lost Child. If Sawaki-san’s name sounds familiar, that should not surprise you, because he is the developer who created El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron for PS3 and Xbox 360, and also the character designer of Okami. This time around we get to see the
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This past week, developer Sledgehammer Games and publisher Activision announced the start Call of Duty: WWII’s current in-game event, Attack of the Undead. To help players manage their way through the slew of zombies, the developers posted some tips for players to keep in mind on their blog yesterday. Three Game Modes The game modes include Hordepoint,
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