Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Deep Silver

Deep Silver to publish Persona 5, more Atlus, Sega titles in Europe

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Good news for our European readers out there—you are out there, right?—from Atlus and Sega. The studios have teamed up with Deep Silver to release several of their titles throughout Europe. The slate of games includes some heavy hitters, namely Persona 5 and Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse. Sega titles in the deal include 7th Dragon III Code: VFD. The deal is for both digital and physical releases. No dates were announced, though it was noted that 7th Dragon will be shipping after the North American release.

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(PlayStation 4 Review) Mighty No. 9

(PlayStation 4 Review) Mighty No. 9

“… I’d be happy to see Beck again in the future, but he’s got a long way to go before he can compete with the Blue Bomber.”

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Becks sets out for PC, PS3, PS4, Wii U and Xbox One in Mighty No. 9

Mighty No 9 (PC, PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One) Deep Silver Announcement - Screenshot 2

After a long road, the Mega Man-inspired action-platformer Mighty No. 9 has been released for console and PC. Developed by comcept and designed by Keiji Inafune, Mighty No. 9 follows the adventures of the robot Beck, unit No. 9 of a 10-robot squad of combat units. After a computer virus infects the others as well as the world’s machines, Beck, alongside his friend Call, must fight the now-violent bots as they track down the source.

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Deadlight: Director’s Cut now available online for console, PC

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The 2012 side-scrolling survival-horror title Deadlight returns today in Deadlight: Director’s Cut for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The revamped version includes updated graphics, improved controls, and a new mode, Survival Arena Mode. The arena pits players against hordes of enemies and hosts strange weapons as well as interactive defenses. Both console versions also feature a new ending for those who are able to complete the game’s Nightmare Mode. As Randall Wayne, players find themselves in an alternate 1986 where they must solve puzzles, sneak around, and battle zombies throughout the ruins of Seattle as they search for their family.

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Volition’s Agents of Mayhem gameplay debuted in new trailer

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Deep Silver has released the first trailer from Volition’s upcoming action title Agents of Mayhem. The Agents of M.A.Y.H.E.M. (the Multinational Agency for Hunting Evil Masterminds) are a new cast of heroes set in the Saints Row universe. The agents are in a battle against the evil organization L.E.G.I.O.N. (the League of Evil Gentlemen Intent on Obliterating Nations). Legion has taken over the world, and players will have to take them on throughout the cities of an open world with an over-the-top combat system.

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Dead Island Definitive Collection released for console, PC

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Dead Island Definitive Collection has hit store shelves and digital outlets. The enhanced re-release bundles together Dead Island Definitive Edition, Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition, and the new Dead Island Retro Revenge. The older titles sport graphical improvements that utilize Techland’s new engine, upgrading them with enhanced texture quality, photorealistic lighting system, more realistic physically based shading, HBAO and motion blur effects, and updated models. The interface has undergone a change as well to be uniform across both titles. As a bonus, an unofficial PC mod was also added to both, Power Fists Power-up (One Punch Mode). On the opposite end of the spectrum, Dead Island Retro Revenge is a retro-style side-scrolling beat ‘em up.

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(PlayStation 4 Review) Homefront: The Revolution

(PlayStation 4 Review) Homefront: The Revolution

“… has a wonderful world, but it’s one that isn’t fully realized, filled as it is with mundane tasks, mediocre firefights, and numerous technical issues.”

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Dash like a madman in new Mighty No. 9 gameplay trailer

Mighty No 9 (PC, PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One) CE Announcement - Screenshot 3

Deep Silver has release a new gameplay trailer for Mighty No. 9. The upcoming action-platormer from Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune and developer comcept is something of a spiritual successor to the Blue Bomber and features similar combat and platforming. The video highlights a bit of this, focusing on Beck’s dash ability. The multi-purpose move can be used to reach dangerous areas, collect power-ups, and defeat weakened enemies. It’s also key in maximizing the combo multiplier, as several can be chained together to continually absorb scattered power-ups.

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Dambusters releases statement regarding Homefront: The Revolution

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Homefront: The Revolution developer Deep Silver Dambusters has issued a statement regarding performance issues with the recently released first-person shooter. The letter, also posted to their Facebook page, touches on their current efforts to improve performance across all systems with upcoming patches as well as the first drop of several planned pieces of free downloadable content. Check out their letter below.

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Homefront: The Revolution released for console, PC, launch trailer up

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The liberation of near-future Philadelphia begins today with the release of Dambusters Studios’ Homefront: The Revolution. Publisher Deep Silver also revealed some final details about the expansion pass and online co-op Resistance Mode. Adding to the estimated 30-plus-hour campaign is a co-op mode that allows up to four players to engage in guerrilla warfare as a squad across six Missions, with more planned for the rest of the year. The new mission set will be free, and will begin being rolled out in June. In addition, the pass is set to offer exclusive Resistance Mode bonuses, including a free crate drop each week and three character backgrounds, as well as three single-player campaign add-ons. The first two expansions, The Voice of Freedom and Aftermath, are set to be released this year, while the third and largest of the bunch, Beyond the Walls, will go live in 2017.

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