- Deep Silver signs on to publish Shenmue III for PC and PS4
- Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite gets new story trailer, modes detailed
- Katanas flash with Etrian Odyssey V’s Therian Masurao
- Prey trial out for PC, console demo now trial to carry over progress
- The Evil Within 2 trailer introduces (killer) photographer Stefano
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Daily Archives: June 24, 2014
Hyperdimension Neptunia will be returning this August with Re;Birth1 for PS Vita. Idea Factory International has announced that they will be launching the game, a remake of the original Hyperdimension Neptunia, on August 26 online and in stores. The new version will feature all of the content of the PS3 original as well as improved visuals, updated event conversations, a new scenario, a new ending, more customization options through the Remake System, item crafting, and Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory’s battle system. All of the PS3 release’s downloadable content is also being added.
A new video has been released detailing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s near-future (and sci-fi-ish) technology. Sledgehammer Games co-founders Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey reveal how the new gear impacts the gameplay. The footage features several of the new additions, including the mobile barricade, energy weapons, hovercraft, and the exoskeleton.
Aksys has shipped XBlaze Code: Embryo, a visual novel set in the BlazBlue universe, for the PS3 and PS Vita. Set 150 years before the events of BlazBlue, XBlaze follows high school student Touya Kagari as he battles wizards, psychos, and secret groups for control of the power behind creation. Players will guide Touya to one of several different endings by their choice of what information he collects. Curious gamers can try before they buy with a new demo, also on PSN.
Metro Redux, the retail double pack containing remastered versions of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, will launch on August 26, according to publisher Deep Silver. The set will include both games as well as all downloadable content packs for both titles as well as a host of graphical and performance enhancements. In addition, Spartan and Survival play styles will be supported across both titles, as will the formerly DLC-only difficulty level Ranger Mode.