Cygames has launched the previously announced Love Live! Sunshine!! crossover event in its popular mobile game Granblue Fantasy. The event brings the popular protagonists of the school idol anime to the fantasy world of Granblue Fantasy, and it’s actually one of the richest events the game has seen in a while. By completing a single chapter of
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The cat’s out of the bag; Terahard Studios has announced that its feline-centric cooperative brawler Claws of Furry will be released on September 4th. If you’ve played Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or Final Fight and couldn’t help but wish you were controlling a group of cats with ninja capabilities, Claws of Furry is probably the game for you.
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Today D3 publisher released its upcoming action third-person shooter Bullet Girls Phantasia, and H2 Interactive launched the Asian version, which includes English subtitle support. In order to celebrate, H2 released an extensive trailer of the game with English subtitles. In the trailer, one of the game’s characters, Merrina Iris, engages in an obvious parody of popular
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While Rocket League has supported limited cross-platform play for quite sometime, the game has never allowed players of different platforms party up. But developer Psyonix has frequently teased the inclusion of cross-platform parties, and the company announced today that the feature will finally come this September. Per a blog post from Psyonix, the system will
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Another day, another new Shadow of the Tomb Raider trailer to hold us over until release. Today’s short new video for Shadow of the Tomb Raider highlights everyone’s favorite sequences in video games: the underwater sections. This 40-second or so new trailer shows many of the different things you can do underwater in the game such as getting the
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Today Atlus officially announced the western release date of Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight and Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight. The two games will launch on December 4, 2018. Each game will launch on its own for $39.99 on PS Vita and $59.99 for PS4, while an Endless Night Collection will be released physically and digitally for $69.99 and
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As one of the final projects to come from the brief, but impactful, run of developer Clover Studio (the predecessor to a team that would become PlatinumGames), a game like Okami certainly was a good note to end on. The PS2-era action-adventure game–originally released back in 2006–garnered critical acclaim for its striking balance of gameplay that had
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Today BlueHole Studios opened a website titled “Fix PUBG” dedicated to a roadmap for the implementation of many of the requests made by players in order to improve the popular battle royale game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The roadmap spans the period between August and September and promises wide-reaching improvements to client and server performance, anti-cheat solutions,
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Japan has pretty peculiar traditions and legislation about censorship of violence, so horror games often get significant cuts. Repeating the initiative taken for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, the Japanese launch of Resident Evil 2 will include two different versions with different amounts of graphic violence. The standard version, titled Biohazard RE: 2 will have a CERO
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Developer Drastic Games is ready to make their debut with Soundfall. Formed by alumni from Epic Games, with veterans who worked on the immensely popular Fortnite, Gears of War, and the now-dead Paragon, the team finally unveiled their first project: a rhythm-based dungeon crawler with a procedurally-generated environment. The game, according to a press release by Drastic,
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It seems that the ongoing success of the battle royale genre is not exclusively self-contained. Instead, games such as Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds are positively impacting external companies. Gaming headset company Turtle Beach has released the figures for their second quarter of the fiscal year with overwhelmingly positive results. The financial report shows that the
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Overcooked 2 is a lot like going back for seconds: none of the courses you ate the first time around have changed, but the overall meal is still just as good, provided you’re still hungry. Coming into Overcooked 2, to say I was hungry for more of this co-op centric romp would be spot-on. The original Overcooked caught
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