Visualnoveler announced that their action RPG, Destiny Chronicles, will launch on KickStarter on October 4 for fans to assist with the game’s development. As of right now, the developer has revealed that they have new concept art and a world map ready to show for Destiny Chronicles’ KickStarter. Also, they have new screenshots and Pre-alpha gameplay
Today Capcom released a new batch of screenshots of the upcoming PS4 and Xbox One version of Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen. The screenshots appear to showcase the PS4 version, and we get to see the nine vocations available in the game: Fighter, Warrior, Mystic Knight, Strider, Ranger, Assassin, Mage, Sorcerer and Magic Archer. We also
The anticipation for the Xbox One X is continuing to grow. While some consumers did – and still do – believe that the $500 price point is hard to justify, it’s hard to ignore the ever-increasing temptations that grow thanks to the announcements of upgraded titles that are going to be supported on the console.
At Milan Games Week, Nintendo debuted the newest build of Monolith Soft’s upcoming RPG, Xenoblade Chronicles 2. While we’ve seen some of the location presented before in previous demonstrations of the game, this new build looks to be more akin to what players will experience on launch day, which is only in two months now. Like in
In case you haven’t heard of it, the virtual reality social club game Rec Room lets players visit the VR version of the YMCA, allowing players to participate in everything from beer pong to paintball –highfives included– and that’s not even the best part. While the game is currently in early access on Steam, Rec
Today Koei Tecmo and Gust released a sizable batch of screenshots of the upcoming JRPG Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings. Firs of all, we get to see the costumes that will be distributed as early purchase bonuseses. The first is Marie’s from Atelier Marie: The Alchemist of Salburg (the first
I’ve always enjoyed a good racing game. Although it isn’t my favorite genre by any stretch of the imagination, there is just something about the thrill that racing games provide that match no other genre. While I usually prefer cart racers, that doesn’t mean that more traditional arcade racing titles can’t catch my eye —
Donut County is the next project by one-man independent developer Ben Esposito, who has previously worked as a level designer and consultant for What Remains of Edith Finch and The Unfinished Swan. Esposito’s game was originally revealed three years ago, and it has since resurfaced under publisher Annapurna Interactive. At PAX 2017, we took a journey into Donut County‘s