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New Enemy Front Screenshots Released, Limited Edition Detailed

Games based in a World War II setting aren’t quite as popular as they used to be. But that doesn’t mean that people are willing to let them die out either. Namco Bandai Games has released a few new screenshots of their upcoming WWII shooter Enemy Front. I don’t think that WWII games will be making a comeback anytime soon, but who knows, maybe Enemy Front will be the game to turn that around. If nothing else, the game definitely [...]

 

New Call of Duty: Ghosts Trailer Shows Off New Customization Options

Yesterday, Infinity Ward released a new trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts, showcasing six new customization and personalization packs for your gun. Along with the six primary ones there is the Soap Legend Pack and several other new customization items. For now, the packs are only available on Xbox Live (Xbox 360, Xbox One), but release dates for other platforms are forthcoming. Sadly, this doesn’t seem like much other than an extra Call of Duty microtransaction ploy. But hey, some of [...]

 

Stick it to the Man! And Puppeteer Headline May PS Plus Offerings

The U.S PlayStation Blog has revealed what is in store for U.S. PlayStation Plus subscribers throughout the month of May. PlayStation 4 owners looking for something new to play during the launch window blues can try out Stick it to the Man!. It’s a colorful point and click adventure game that has players ripping stickers from the thoughts of people to solve puzzles.

Metal Gear Solid V: GZ’s Deja Vu and Jamais Vu Missions To Drop Platform Exclusivity

Kojima’s video webcast series, Kojima Station, revealed an interesting update on Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes today. Apparently, the two console-exclusive missions, Jamais Vu for the XBOX and Deja Vu for PlayStation, will both be made available for download on 1st May in Japan. The Deju Vu mission, which was exclusive to the PS3 and PS4, features the classic polygon model of Solid Snake sneaking around Camp Omega and recreating iconic scenes from Metal Gear Solid 1. The Jamais [...]

 

New Evolve Trailer Showcases 4v1 Combat, Developer Commentary

Today, 2k Games has released a new trailer for their upcoming shooter, Evolve. The trailer is one 8-minute long showing of Evolve‘s 4v1 combat system. Follow Aaron “Ayesee” Chambers and Chris Ashton from Turtle Rock Studios as they guide you through a match with their own commentary. Check it out. Evolve is shaping itself up pretty amazingly. There’s a reason we gave it a best of show at PAX East 2014.

 

Friendships End With Super Mario 3D World – Two Friends, One Backlog

You all asked for stupid Let’s Plays, so I’ll give you stupid Let’s Plays! I called up Andy and we decided that we needed to make the title of this new show as inappropriate as possible. Why not play games we’ve never played and try to stop the overflowing backlog between us both? Two Friends, One Backlog was born. Enjoy the first and only episode, as we’re no longer friends after this. Super Mario 3D World is war.

Can’t Sleep? Upcoming Videogame Arrangement Wants to Help

Find a comfy pillow, pour yourself a nice glass of red wine (or warm milk if you’re under 21!), and let saxophonist Norihiko Hibino and pianist AYAKI play you a relaxing lullaby.  That’s the idea at least behind Scarlet Moon Records’ new arrangement of soothing videogame tracks: Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies.

Xbox One Comes To Japan And 25 Other Nations This September

Effectively tripling its availability in international waters, Microsoft announced today via press release that there is a confirmed window of release for their next-gen console the Xbox One in 26 countries, and that window is the month of September. The 27 countries that the Xbox One will be available in are as follows; Argentina, Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, [...]

 

UPDATE: Awful SoulCalibur: Unbreakable Soul Trailer Is A Hoax

UPDATE: Bandai Namco has confirmed to us that this trailer is indeed a fake. A horrendous, awful fake. Bandai, I take back all those awful things I said. You get some points, and God loves you again. SoulCalibur is a fighting game series with a long and storied legacy, one that is near and dear to my heart. It was the fighting game series I grew up on, the first one I can say that I got something closely resembling good [...]

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