Month: June 2017

Dranya Studios have announced that its upcoming team based non-violent third person water gun shooter Battle Splash has officially entered alpha on PC. Ironically, the non-violent team based shooter draws inspiration from ultra violent games such as Quake, DOOM and Team Fortress 2. The game aims to capture the same feel as classic arena shooters
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Behaviour Interactive and Ubisoft unveiled Assassin’s Creed Rebellion for Android and iOS today. The game is a free-to-play strategy RPG that has an artstyle that is very different from other title in the usually realistic-looking Assassin’s Creed series. The game lets players build their own Brotherhood of Assassins, manage the fortress where they all stay,
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Today publisher Maximum Games and developer HB Studios revealed the launch trailer for their upcoming golf simulator The Golf Club 2.  In the over minute long trailer, you’ll not only get a look at some of the courses you’ll be playing on, but you get to see some of the ways that your character can be
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Today Kadokawa Games reached out with a press release, announcing that its strategy JRPG God Wars: Future Past has shipped 100,000 copies worldwide. The announcement came after the game’s releases between June 16th and June 22nd, handled by Kadokawa Games directly in Japan, with western launches courtesy of NIS America. God Wars: Future Past is a
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It’s been nearly a month since our last round of backward compatibility, however Microsoft and Ubisoft are continuing to bolster the games’ lineup. While Assassin’s Creed III just became backward compatible last month, this month prominently features Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood — and a few other titles to pump up the list. The full list of games don’t have any
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Today Hironobu Sakaguchi’s Mistalker Corporation released a new trailer of its upcoming game Terra Wars. The trailer showcases one of the dioramas that is being used for the game, the animations of which are entirely created in claymation. Basically, developers create clay figurines of the characters, and then take hundreds of pictures of them to
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GungHo is a leading developer with some of biggest multiplayer games to come west. Their portfolio includes Let it Die, Ragnarok Odyssey Ace, and Puzzle & Dragons. Finding many new fans with the success of the free-to-play action game, Let it Die, the developer is looking towards the future of what they can develop next. DualShockers had
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Koei Tecmo launched a new trailer with details for their upcoming action title Warriors All-Stars, coming to PlayStation 4 and PC on August 29 in North America and September 1 in Europe. The details cover the game’s unique party-based battle system, which is a spin on Omega Force’s one-versus-thoasands system from previous Warriors titles. In Warriors All-Stars,
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During Bandai Namco’s Digimon 20th Anniversary Live Stream (Stream not playable in some countries), the publisher hosted a segment dedicated to showing off Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory on the PlayStation 4. The gameplay shows the story’s main protagonist Keisuke Amazawa running through the streets of future version of Shibuya, Japan. During the game’s campaign, players must visit
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The release of Ninja Theory’s new title, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is fast-approaching, and although the developer has provided countless dev diaries on the game, there are still so many questions gamers have unanswered. Many of those questions will likely remain unanswered until the Hellblade’s August 8 launch, but Ninja Theory’s going to give soon-to-be players
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After several weeks of teasing, SEGA unveiled its “SEGA Forever” line of classic titles that are now available as free-to-play experiences on mobile devices, and while some of those titles got off to a rocky start, the company assured it is working to address some of fans’ concerns. Speaking in an interview with Eurogamer, SEGA chief
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The long-last Xbox classic Phantom Dust received a long-awaited revival back in May with a surprise release on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs as a free-to-play title, and compared to the 2004/2005 release of the original, the remastered release has been welcomed by players with a significant milestone since launch. Over on Phantom Dusted, Microsoft Studios Publishing
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Today Hironobu Sakaguchi’s Mistwalker Corporation released a new trailer of its upcoming JRPG Terra Battle 2. The video showcases artwork by Drakengard series and The Last Story Character Designer Kimihiko Fujisaka, showcasing new characters among those already revealed. On top of the artwork, we get another beautiful track by legendary Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu
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Nintendo of America announced Monday morning that they are producing a Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition, to be launched on September 29, 2017. The system will be a “mini” version of the classic 16-bit console with 21 pre-installed games from the console’s era. The system will connect to high-definition TV sets using an HDMI
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If you’re familiar with many of the games that D3Publisher makes, you probably know the reason behind the headline, as the company just released a brand new trailer of its upcoming rogue-like JRPG Omega Labyrinth Z. The trailer is dedicated to one of the naughtiest parts of the fanservice-heavy game, the awakening mechanic. Basically, it
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The roguelike classic The Binding of Isaac is no stranger when it comes to multiple releases and iterations with the latest – The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ – set to receive a retail release for PS4 owners in the near future. In a tweet from developer Nicalis Inc., the company revealed that The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ will receive a
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Coming off its announcement last year and an incredible demo at this year’s E3 2017, Insomniac Games’ upcoming Spider-Man title on PS4 has many eagerly anticipating the newest game featuring the friendly neighborhood wallcrawler, while one of Marvel Games’ higher-ups offered a few more insights into the hotly-anticipated title. In an interview with GameSpot, Marvel Games vice
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Released back in March alongside the Nintendo Switch, the wildly-acclaimed The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild quickly became one of the most talked about titles in the first half of 2017, while the game’s director has shared a few behind-the-scenes facts ahead of the upcoming expansions for the game coming this year. In a blog post
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