Month: February 2018

Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included an article on Sega’s upcoming strategy JRPG Valkyria Chronicles 4. This time around, we hear more about the new valkyria Clymaria Lewin. She is nicknamed “the Witch of the Swowstorm” and she attacks by shooting bursts of energy with a curved trajectory. They’re very powerful and can damage even tanks.
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Today Sony Interactive Entertainment announced its lineup of games for March 2018, and boy, it’s a good one. The two heavy hitters are From Software’s Bloodborne and Insomniac Games’ Ratchet & Clank for PS4. Sony’s newest console also gets Mighty No. 9 (cross-buy with PS3), Claire: Extended Cut, and Bombing Busters (both cross-buy with PS Vita).  Legend of Kay will be
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Today is Wednesday, so we get the usual Media Create charts painting the picture of the Japanese market between February 19th and February 25th. You can check out the software top-twenty chart below. The second number for each game indicates lifetime sales at retail. Monster Hunter World – PS4 – 53,982/1,890,273 Girls UND Panzer: Dream Tank
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Today Conan Exiles developer Funcom announced a brand new game titled Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden. The game is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC in 2018, and is defined a “tactical adventure.” It’s in development at Bearded Ladies, a team made of Hitman veterans and including Executive Producer Ulf Andersson, known for the Payday series. The setting is post-apocalyptic, and
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Cottongame’s Little Triangle will soon be released on the Nintendo Switch. The indie title has a single player experience with two difficulty settings and even a battle royale mode for multiplayer mayhem. The game claims to offer more than sixty triangle characters to choose between, over 35 levels and six boss fights, and thirty different maps
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In just a few weeks, the badass and lovable Dante will bring his demon-killing flair back to the current-generation of consoles with the upcoming Devil May Cry HD Collection, and while Twitch Prime members were about to get a tastes of the action early this week, unfortunately a slight setback has delayed getting a chance to
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After a couple years of development, Mexican developer Lienzo has finally released Mulaka, an action-adventure game based on the mythology of the Tarahumara people, on PC and PS4. To celebrate, a launch trailer for the game was released. While the game launched today on PC and PS4, Mulaka won’t release on Nintendo Switch under Thursday, March
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Another new year, another substantial change in Hearthstone – Blizzard’s (still) wildly successful World of Warcraft-themed digital collectible card game. While Blizzard is retiring 2017’s Year of the Mammoth, they are bursting out of the gates with 2018’s Year of the Raven making substantial changes to the four-year old title that will undoubtedly change everyone’s
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Today Valkyria Chronicles 4’s official Twitter account “Nikola and Kiara’s Infiltration Diary” disclosed gameplay footage of three new characters of the game. The first is Vuanti (or maybe Wanty, depending on how her name will be transliterated), who is basically a constantly intoxicated drunkard shocktrooper. The second character is Odin, a scout that appears to
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Good Smile Company revealed today a new entry in its Figma line of posable action figures, and that’s Widowmaker from Overwatch. The figure is approximately 160 mm tall and includes parts made with flexible plastic in order to preserve the deadly sniper’s proportions without compromising posability. Two face plates (standard and aiming) are included, alongside the iconic
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Stage 1 of Overwatch League has ended in a series that did not go entirely as expected. From the beginning, the Seoul Dynasty was the favorite to win; for most of the first stage, they were incredibly dominant as they defeated the Los Angeles Gladiators, Dallas Fuel, Boston Uprising, and more with ease. It wasn’t
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Five years after it released on consoles and PC, Payday 2 returns to bring heisting on-the-go to the Nintendo Switch this week, while its publisher, Starbreeze Studios, is looking to iron out a way to give players the chance to communicate and organize their heisting wherever and whenever. In a statement to Kotaku AU, a spokesperson from
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