- Huh?Ah!! Ninjas! in new Etrian Mystery Dungeon screens, trailer
- Devolver, Kitty Lambda to debut action-RPG Paradise Never at PAX
- Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain release date, editions detailed
- Wolfenstein: The Old Blood standalone digital prequel coming in May
- Lords of the Fallen: Ancient Labyrinth out now for console, PC
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Daily Archives: November 14, 2011
Asura’s Wrath is receiving the pre-order treatment from Amazon, Best Buy, and GameStop. Amazon is offering the Devastator Pack, which includes two additional gauges that reduce damage taken and increase the Unlimited Rage Gauge’s recharge rate. Best Buy has another pack on offer, the Infinity Pack, which includes the Extinguisher Mode and Zealot Mode; the two allow players to recover quickly from overheating as well as prolong Unlimited Rage Mode. GameStop is offering up some physical goods instead of virtual extras, with a “what if” comic book from Penny Arcade, following the cyborg-demigod throughout everyday situations, and a collection of developer CyberConnect 2’s concept art on the flipside.
Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary’s release is nearly here. Starting at midnight, a few lucky fans will be able to meet some of the crew from 343 Industries and Certain Affinity when they grab their copy at one of the launch parties. Fans who can’t make it to one of Microsoft’s events (listed below) can still contribute to the festivities by heading to HaloLivingMonument.com and uploading pictures of their favorite “Halo” moments, which will then be used to form a 3D mosaic image of the Chief. Submissions can also be rated and shared on Facebook and Twitter. Fans who contribute will find their additions included in a live-action tribute video that will serve as a nod to the series’ devoted.