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Sega 3D Classics Collection coming stateside this April for 3DS

Sega 3D Classics Collection (3DS) Announcement - Screenshot 1

Sega will be bringing the 3DS compilation Sega 3D Classics Collection to North America. Scheduled to launch digitally and physically on April 26, the bundle will include nine games ported over to the system by the current retro-updating standard-bearers M2. The games will include titles from both the Genesis and Master System: Power Drift, Puyo Puyo 2, Maze Walker, Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa, Fantasy Zone II W, Sonic The Hedgehog, Thunder Blade, Galaxy Force II, and Altered Beast. Five of the titles are already available through eShop but four are new to the system. Details for each are available below.



(PC Review) The Deadly Tower of Monsters

The Deadly Tower of Monsters

“… a charming action-packed homage to the B-grade sci-fi movies of yesteryear.”


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New Far Cry Primal gameplay, behind-the-scenes videos out

Far Cry Primal (PC, PS4, Xbox One) New Trailer Announcement - Screenshot 1

A new trailer has gone live for Far Cry Primal. Titled Takkar, the video introduces the hunter Takkar, who arrives in Orosto to help the Wenja face off against other tribes as well as fend off attacks from deadly animals. The footage features some impressive environments and a few scenes of combat. In addition, Ubisoft also released a new entry in their Behind the Scenes video series, plus a few pieces of artwork. Check everything out down below.


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Halo 5: Guardians – Infinity’s Armory detailed, launching next week

Halo 5 Guardians (Xbox One) Infinity's Armory Details Announcement - Screenshot 1

343 Industries is prepping to release their third content update for Halo 5: Guardians, Infinity’s Armory. The download will include a new Arena map, the debris-filled Riptide; a new Warzone Assault Map, Urban; and the Halo 2 Battle Rifle as a Mythic REQ in Warzone and in Forge. Those are in addition to several other REQs, including rare variants of the carbine, new assassinations, and the Achilles armor set. Infinity’s Armory will be free, as with Cartographer’s Gift and Battle of Shadow and Light, and download automatically next week.


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The Deadly Tower of Monsters launches online for PC, PS4

The Deadly Tower of Monsters (PC, PS4) Freefall Media - Screenshot 4

Ace Team and director Dan Smith’s exciting, exotic, extraterrestrial action-packed adventure The Deadly Tower of Monsters is now available for PC and PS4. As a trio of B-movie, space-age heroes, players must navigate the tower to save the day. Along the way, they must battle dangerous apes, scary squids, and ray-gun-wielding aliens, all to the commentary of Dan Smith himself. Also, for the next two weeks, the game will be 33% off its regular price of $14.99.


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Dying Light to get new challenges in The Following update

Dying Light (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Intro Cinematic Announcement - Screenshot 2

Techland has released a new video detailing a new set of in-game challenges for Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition. Bounties are comprised of three different categories of objectives that change every day. The video shows a few that will be on offer, including escaping a set number of chases, climbing the highest point in an area, and tackling community challenges set over several days. Players who already own Dying Light will be able to access Bounties as part of a free update that is set to launch alongside the upcoming add-on The Following.


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(PlayStation 4 Review) Resident Evil Zero

(PlayStation 4 Review) Resident Evil Zero

“… doesn’t place particularly high in my Resident Evil hierarchy, but it does offer a nice dose of traditional play.”


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Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen now available digitally for PC

Dragons Dogma Dark Arisen (PC, PS3, Xbox 360) PC Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Capcom’s open-world action role-playing game Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen has launched for PC. The expanded re-release of Dragon’s Dogma, released in 2013 for PS3 and Xbox 360, has been updated with Steam support, including Achievements and additional controller options, updated visuals, and support for 4K. Dark Arisen includes all of the content from the original game as well as a new area, Bitterblack Isle, that adds new enemies, quests, weapons, and armor.


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Rebel Galaxy now available on Live for Xbox One

Rebel Galaxy (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Xbox One Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Double Damage Games’ space-based action role-playing game Rebel Galaxy has launched for Xbox One. Already available for PC and PS4, Rebel Galaxy is described as a “swashbuckling space opera” that allows players to explore a sandbox-style open game world as they acquire ships, upgrade their crafts’ capabilities, and interact with aliens. Players can take on the role of a merchant, privateer, or resident celestial good guy as they negotiate, trade, and hunt pirates.


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Homefront: The Revolution dated, closed beta announced, trailer up

Homefront The Revolution (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

Homefront’s upcoming open-world sequel The Revolution has been officially dated for May 17, according to Deep Silver. A closed beta is also scheduled for February, but it will only be for the Xbox One version, and gaining access to it will require an Xbox One Beta Token. Deep Silver noted that the best way to get a token is by registering on the official site, since it will provide news on the upcoming promotions with Xbox that will reward them. A new trailer has also gone live to get players up to speed before they hit the streets for some guerrilla warfare, with This is Philadelphia detailing the city’s occupation and its zones of control.


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