Month: July 2018

Today Arc System Works released the first direct-feed screenshots of the upcoming mystery investigation game Daedalus: The Awakening of Golden Jazz. For those unfamiliar with the game, it’s a prequel of the Tantei Jinguji Saburo series, known in the west as Jake Hunter Detective Story. To be precise, it’s set in New York and the protagonist is Saburo Jinguji/Jake Hunter’s
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Prey: Mooncrash is one of the more interesting pieces of DLC that I’ve come across in quite some time. Taking the core of the Prey formula, Arkane Studios has turned Mooncrash into a rogue-lite that sees you repeatedly trying to escape from the Pytheas Moon Base in a variety of different ways. It’s a strange shift to make, but overall it’s one
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Last month, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment released Hitman: Sniper Assassin, a new standalone mode available now to those that pre-order the upcoming release of Hitman 2. Now, Warner Bros. and IO Interactive have revealed a new competition involving Sniper Assassin that could get your own name and likeness to appear in Hitman 2. To enter this contest, you’ll have
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Good news, cardboard fans! Nintendo has announced a new bundle that includes the Nintendo Switch console along with your choice of the Nintendo Labo: Starter Kit or the Nintendo Labo: Robot Kit for a reduced price. Get ready to Make, Play and Discover with #NintendoSwitch and #NintendoLabo @BestBuy! Purchase a Nintendo Switch system and the
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Today Hori announced that it will release three officially licensed classic GameCube-style controllers for Nintendo Switch The controllers are similar to the models previously released for the Wii U, and they’re themed on Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Pikachu from Pokémon.  They will be released in Japan in October, each priced at 3,218 yen including taxes. That’s
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BioWare’s upcoming online action RPG Anthem keeps drawing attention after the latest reveals, and Executive Producer Mark Darrah is continuing to provide information on a variety of topics related to the game. Interestingly, we learn that there are no distance limits between players in free play. You can be anywhere in the world, even far
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Today D3 Publisher released a brand new and rather extensive gameplay trailer of its upcoming action game Bullet Girls Phantasia. Being a Bullet Girls game and a D3 Publisher title, you probably knew what you were getting into just by reading the headline. While no actual nudity is shown (it’s not that kind of game… barely),
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Grand Theft Auto Online’s latest update titled After Hours allows you to set up your own in-game nightclub and also features the return of the classic Grand Theft Auto IV character Gay Tony. Alongside the launch of After Hours today, Rockstar has unveiled the specifics of just what all is included in this patch. As for a broad overview of what After Hours contains,
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There are iconic fanbase rivalries that have seemingly existed since gaming’s earliest age. Do you prefer Super Mario Bros. or Sonic the Hedgehog? What about Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat? But rarely do you see an inter-series rivalry as fierce as the Mega Man versus Mega Man X debates. While Mega Man (or Rockman for Eastern readers) series is the original that kickstarted the iconic Blue Bomber and
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Video game publisher Surprise Attack Games has today announced that they will be rebranding as Fellow Traveller. This move coincides with a new direction for the publisher as they stated their new focus is to fund and publish “unusual games, especially those with narrative at their core.” In addition, Fellow Traveller also announced that they have
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As Rocket League celebrate its third birthday, the game’s developer Psyonix shows no signs of slowing down. In a blog post published earlier today, Psyonix revealed the drop rates for Rocket League’s in-game crates. These drop rates (which, according to Psyonix, have been unchanged since the game launched the “Crates and Keys” system in September 2016)
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Bandai Namco Entertianment is an ever-growing presence in the games publishing scene, and it seems like they only plan on expanding with new IP in the near future. In a recent interview with GamesIndustry.biz, European Digital and Marketing VP Hervé Hoerdt stated that the studio wants 50% of the studio’s games and business to be from
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