Month: July 2018

Sony Corporation updated its Japanese online store, revealing an interesting change. Most versions of the “slim” base PS4, which previously carried the model number CUH-2100, have now been changed to CUH-2200.  At the moment there is a new 1 TB Jet Black version (CUH-2200BB01), a new 500 GB Jet Black version (CUH-2200AB01), and a new 1 TB Glacier White version
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Today Cygames hosted the Granblue Fantasy Summer Festival in Osaka, Japan, and the prolific developer came in hot with plenty of announcements for the summer and the beginning of the fall. First of all, we’re getting the usual healthy intake of swimsuits and summer wear, including Rosetta and Ilsa in bikinis, Naoise in summer outfit, and
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Today, during a livestream from Japan, Capcom and Square Enix revealed the first live gameplay of the upcoming Behemoth hunt in Monster Hunter World, marking the first phase of the crossover with Final Fantasy XIV. At the controls, we see Monster Hunter World Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto, Executive Director Kaname Fujioka, and Director Yuya Tokuda, alongside Final Fantasy
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Bomb Chicken hatched yesterday, and developer Nitrome shared an explosive launch trailer for the action platformer game that features, quite simply, a chicken that lays bombs instead of eggs. As the heroic chicken in question, players will discover the dark reality of the fast food giant known as BFC as they use a limitless amount of
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Nintendo has shared an overview trailer for Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker to celebrate its release for Nintendo 3DS and Switch. The video highlights the game’s story and shows off some more gameplay. With the Power Star stolen by the Monstrous Bird Wingo, the resourceful Captain Toad waddles through a variety of mazelike courses with many enemies on
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PlayStation has shared a making-of video for the card battler game Insane Robots that was released earlier in the week. Creative Director Rob Davis talks about some of the gameplay in Insane Robots as well as the many people who helped make it possible. With some gameplay in the background, Davis gives an overview of how to play Insane
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A few years ago, platformer fans were yearning for new Mega Man-inspired games, as Capcom was ignoring the franchise at that time. This is what caused Mighty No. 9’s Kickstarter and other titles like the great Azure Striker Gunvolt to rise to prominence. Following an extended stint in Early Access, developer Batterystaple Games has brought
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Following the new reveal of BioWare’s upcoming action RPG Anthem at EA Play in June, fans are still asking the development team many questions, and Executive Producer Mark Darrah and Game Director Jonathan Warner are doing their best to answer as many as possible on Twitter. We learn that players will be able to explore Fort Tarsis, and
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FromSoftware’s Souls games are known for their nearly-cruel difficulty and have sparked sadistic memes like “git gud” thrown at frustrated newbies when they complain about the challenge. Apparently, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice won’t require such massive skills, or at least you won’t need to git “insanely” gud as explained by Directror Hidetaka Miyazaki himself in a recent interview
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Though it feels like it just started yesterday, we are somehow already halfway through 2018. While the first half of the year has come and gone, 2018 has already been full of incredible games that could be the best of any year, and there’s still plenty more to come. With the second half of the
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Last week marked the second anniversary of the release of Pokemon Go and to celebrate, Niantic will once again be hosting Pokemon Go Fest in Chicago, Illinois this coming weekend. Recently, the Pokemon Go Twitter account released a new image (see above) that features trainers and dozens of Pokemon that are already found within the game. However,
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Today Gust released a brand new batch of screenshots of its upcoming city-building RPG Nelke and the Legendary Alchemists: Atelier of the New Land. The screenshots focused on more characters that will appear in the game, starting from two newcomers. Knoss is the son of the former village chief, while Lotus McGregor is a man
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Today Koei Tecmo teased the theme song for its upcoming Musou game Warriors Orochi 4.  The song will be “Kakumei no Masquerade Warriors Orochi Version” (Revolutionary Masquerade) and it will be performed by singer and voice actress Suzuko Mimori (portrayed below). Mimori-san will also perform in the game as the voice of the new Olympian playable character Athena. As you
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Back in 2016, IO Interactive and Square Enix took its well-known stealth series Hitman in a different direction. Instead of the traditional single-game release, the newest adventure featuring Agent 47, simply called Hitman, was episodic, with each installment of the game set at a specific location with the ending cinematics progressing the story. At first, I wasn’t
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Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a brand new trailer of its upcoming magical third-person shooter Black Clover: Quartet Knights. The trailer focuses on PS4 gameplay and showcases a match on the”Crystal Quarry” map. On one side we get to see protagonist Asta, Charmy Pappitson, Yami Sukehiro, and Vanessa Enoteca (did you know that “enoteca” means
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