Daily Archives: August 26, 2014

Metro Redux brings updated 2033, Last Light to console and PC

Metro Redux (PC, PS4, Xbox One) June Screenshots - Screenshot 3

Metro returns today with the enhanced next-genified re-release Metro Redux. The $49.99 bundle includes Metro 2033, its sequel Metro: Last Light, and all DLC released for both titles for PS4 and Xbox One. Each is also available separately via download for $24.99. Both games have been enhanced with new animations, new voice overs, refined combat mechanics, and improved enemy AI. Ranger Mode is also available in both games as is the option to select two different play styles, the action-heavy Spartan mode and resource-restricted Survival mode.

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DLC, PlayStation 4 News, Xbox One News

Dark Souls II: Crown of the Old King launches for console, PC

Dark Souls II (360, PC, PS3) Lost Crowns Trilogy DLC Announcement - Screenshot 2

Crown of the Old Iron King, the second part in Dark Soul II’s The Lost Crowns downloadable three-part mini-campaign, is now available. The add-on is available for 360, PC, and PS3, supplementing the original game with new enemies, bosses, gear, and locations. Unlike its grim subterranean predecessor, Crown of the Sunken King, Crown of the Old King takes place in the same type of lave-filled and ash-strewn environment as the foreboding Iron Keep from the original game. (Hint: the DLC might be accessible from there.)

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DLC, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

Under Defeat HD: Deluxe Edition out for 360 on Games on Demand

Under Defeat HD Deluxe Edition (360, PS3) Live Arcade Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Rising Star Games has released Under Defeat HD: Deluxe Edition onto Games on Demand. The top-down shooter was originally released for Dreamcast and later re-released in its Deluxe Edition form for PS3 in stores and online via PSN, and now 360 gamers are getting their chance to try it for themselves for $19.99. The Deluxe Edition features dual-stick compatibility, improved textures and shadows, new upgrades, and two modes (Classic Arcade Mode and New Order Mode, which supports 16:9).

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PlayStation 3 News