Month: July 2018

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 was revealed last year and finally made its full release on PC earlier in 2018. Today, it has finally made its way onto its first of two console platforms. The Xbox One version of Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is available for purchase starting today. The standard version of the game retails for $29.99 while the premium
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French developer GX47 announced today that its robot fighting game Gladiabots will be entering early access on PC early next month on August 9. Gladiabots is all about constructing the AI of your robot squad before sending them out to do battle. Over time you will improve, make changes, and continually send your robot back out into the
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Yesterday, Gust announced the remasters of the whole Arland trilogy of the Atelier series, including Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland DX, Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland DX, and Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland DX. The whole trilogy will be titled Atelier: The Alchemist of Arland 1-2-3 DX. Today, thanks to a listing on the Japanese arm of Amazon, we get
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Today Microsoft and Playground Games showcased a metric ton of gameplay of the upcoming open-world racing game Forza Horizon 4. The gameplay, presented by Game Director Ralph Fulton and other members of the Playground team focused mostly on the summer season. The game will feature seasonal change once a week. We get to see plenty
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Today, Blizzard Entertainment revealed The Boomsday Project, the newest Hearthstone expansion, will be available next month, on August 7. Like every Hearthstone expansion, there is some overarching theme that connects it to Warcraft lore. This time around, the Goblin scientist Dr. Boom and his nefarious science experience are in the forefront. The Boomsday Project will
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Earlier today, Playtonic Games made a new blog post on their website to let fans know when they can expect to see more content coming to their 2017 platformer Yooka-Laylee. When Yooka-Laylee was first Kickstarted, one of the campaign’s most notable stretch goals involved eventually adding a 64-bit resolution mode as a callback to the N64 platformer Banjo-Kazooie. While this
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Runbow recently released digitally on PS4 and Nintendo Switch, but this actually came after a two month delay. Another casualty of this delay was the game’s physical release, Runbow Deluxe Edition, on these platforms. Today, 13AM Games, Headup Games, and Merge Games announced that Runbow Deluxe Edition will be available physically in Europe on August
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When Sonic Mania launched last year, it gave the Sonic the Hedgehog series the speed boost it needed. Following several underwhelming or outright bad titles, Sonic Mania ended up becoming one of, if not the best game in the series as it was crafted by loving fans-turned-developers and channeled the best parts of classic Sonic games.
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Today marks the launch of the Nintendo Switch version of The Lion’s Song, Mipumi Games’ episodic point-and-click adventure game. To celebrate, the indie developer released a brand new trailer for the game, highlighting each of the episodes included in the full season. Gregor Eigner, CEO of Mipumi Games, also discussed bringing the adventure title to
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In the current age of the battle royale phenomenon and going up against major hits like Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Xaviant’s cult hit The Culling is taking another stab at letting players unleash their bloodlust against one another with the surprise announcement and launch of its sequel, The Culling II, coming within the next 24 hours. Developer Xaviant
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Electronic Arts announced this afternoon that it has added Industrial Toys, the 14-person development team from Pasadena, California to the company’s Worldwide Studios organization. Industrial Toys was founded in 2012 by Alex Seropian, Tim Harris, and Brent Pease. Seropian, the CEO of Industrial Toys, is well-known for his previous role as Bungie’s co-founder and as a co-creator
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Until only a few moments ago, I didn’t realize how much of a Bomberman fan I actually was. While the series’ releases are best defined as sporadic-at-best since the 2010’s, I’ve invested a serious amount of my childhood with Bomberman, err… White Bomber. I started playing with Super Bomberman on the Super Nintendo, and have a ton of great
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Anthem‘s presentation at EA Play 2018 generated a lot of questions among the fans, and Executive Producer Mark Darrah and Lead Producer Michael Gamble have been responding many on Twitter. We learn that while players start with a Ranger javelin, they will then be able to choose in which order they unlock the other suits afterward.
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‘The latest stream for Bethesda’s MMORPG gave us a first look at the new DLC, The Elder Scrolls Online: Wolfhunter, flaunting two new dungeons with the game’s Dungeon Lead Mike Finnigan and Writer-Designer Tori Dougherty. The first dungeon shown, Moon Hunter Keep is set in Reaper’s March. The dungeon had previously been run by an
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