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Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies detailed, screens and trailer released

Players are getting a new look at Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies by way of San Diego Comic-Con. A new video from Activision features Sledgehammer Games’ upcoming co-op adventure, with players trekking through a Bavarian village while on the hunt for art stolen during World War II. But there’s a secret within the town that will lead to an army of—you guessed it—Nazi zombies. The campaign will star the voices and likenesses of David Tennant, Elodie Yung, Katheryn Winnick, Udo Kier, and Ving Rhames.

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Free-to-play Orcs Must Die! Unchained now available for PS4

Robot Entertainment has released their free-to-play tower-defense-style title Orcs Must Die! Unchained for PS4. As the defender of a fortress, players must set out a variety of traps in order to fend off millions of orc invaders. As one of a dozen-plus heroes, they can also use special abilities in direct combat. Up to teams of three can participate in several different modes, including Sabotage, Survival, and Versus. PS Plus members who install the game automatically receive an exclusive pack of in-game currency, skins, consumables, and other extras worth over $20.

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PlayStation 4 News

Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire, Flames of Rebellion out now

YummyYummyTummy’s debut PlayStation title, Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire, has gone live for PS4, while its sister title, Flames of Rebellion, has also launched for PS Vita. The two platforms host different games that share one storyline, with PS4 owners siding with Princess Cecille’s loyalists and PS Vita players throwing in their lot with General Legatus Laendur’s rebels. Both titles can be purchased separately for $19.99 each. Each allows players to control up to four characters simultaneously, utilizing counters and combos during combat, while directing the evolution of their empire by making decisions that alter the storyline.

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Titanfall 2 – Operation Frontier Shield adds free maps, mode

Titanfall 2 is receiving the Frontier Defense mode by way of a new DLC drop, Operation Frontier Shield. The free download tasks up to four players with defending a Harvester against waves of increasingly difficult enemies across five different maps. Speaking of which, the update also adds two new maps, Rise and Township. The former features long sight lines with tight quarters, while the latter has little cover but a few houses with dense interiors. For-pay content is also being added in the form of XP-boosting Elite Warpaints for weapons and Titans. Players looking to try the game out can grab a free three-day trial of it beginning on July 28.

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Tekken 7 gets the Fatal Fury touch with Geese Howard DLC

Akuma’s addition to Tekken 7 was a surprise, but Bandai Namco’s latest roster reveal is a real shocker: Geese Howard from Fatal Fury. SNK’s infamous ball-busting boss is making his way into the King of Iron Fist Tournament this winter as a downloadable addition. Check him out in action below.

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Windjammers to get jamming on PS4, PS Vita this August

The future truly is now with word that DotEmu will be releasing the super futuristic quasi-sport Windjammers on August 29. The explosive-disc-throwing game of legend will be making its way to PS4 and PS Vita with six characters, local and online multiplayer, and a Ranked Mode with ladder support. DotEmu wants gamers jamming in style, though, so they have teamed up with Fangamer and Wham-O for official merchandise, including T-shirts, caps, pins, and frisbees. I never thought I would see the day when I could buy an official Windjammers frisbee. We live in amazing times, friends.

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Arc System announces crossover fighter BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle

A new multi-franchise crossover fighter was revealed at this year’s Evo tournament, BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle. The brawler is being developed by Arc System Works and has a tentative release date of 2018. Set to be released on unspecified console platforms, the game will include characters from four series: BlazBlue, Persona 4 Ultimate Arena, Under Night In-Birth, and the web-based anime, RWBY. The announced characters from each are Ragna the Bloodedge, Yu, Hyde, and Ruby Rose. Character design is being led by illustrator Konomi Higuchi.

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Puzzle-styled shooter Superhot coming to PS4, PSVR next week

Stylish first-person shooter Superhot will be making its way to PS4 next week. Not only will be it be launching for the system, but the PSVR will also be receiving an augmented version for those who like their action extra surreal. PS Plus members are currently receiving two bonuses for pre-ordering, an extra 20% off as well as an exclusive system theme.

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PlayStation 4 News

Nidhogg 2 to be released digitally in August for PC and PS4

Nidhogg 2 has been officially dated for release next month, with console and PC gamers set to hit the battlefield on August 15. PS4 owners will be able to pre-order the game earlier, on July 18. Messhof has also recently gone into detail about the decision behind the game’s vastly different art style over at PlayStation Blog. In part, the change was to allow the developers more creativity: “…instead of minimalism, why not try out some maximalism? Animated faces, sweet outfits and hairstyles, bustling environments – the doors had swung wide and Nidhogg 2’s visual style was born.” The sequel will feature new weapons, solo and local versus with one-on-one combat, online with matchmaking, private matches, eight-player tournaments, 10 stages, 10 game variables, and customization items.

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Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom delayed until January

Ni no Kuni II won’t be making it out this year. Bandai Namco has sent word that Level-5’s upcoming role-playing game has been delayed for several weeks, pushing it back into early 2018. According to Akihiro Hino, CEO and President of Level-5, the decision was made because “more development time is required in order to deliver the full Ni no Kuni II experience to our fans,” and that the studio apologizes for the delay. Role-playing fans can now look forward to it releasing on January 19.

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