- Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies detailed, screens and trailer released
- Free-to-play Orcs Must Die! Unchained now available for PS4
- Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire, Flames of Rebellion out now
- Titanfall 2 – Operation Frontier Shield adds free maps, mode
- Tekken 7 gets the Fatal Fury touch with Geese Howard DLC
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NIS has sent word that have announced two new games as well as updated the release dates for two others. First up is the dungeon-crawler Demon Gaze II, which has been scheduled to launch this fall for PS4 and PS Vita. Next up is Penny-Punching Princess, an isometric brawler for NS and PS Vita, set to be released on March 20. The Longest Five Minutes, a retro-style role-playing game, will go live in early 2018 for NS, PC, and PS Vita. Lastly, Yomawari: Midnight Shadows has been dated for October 25 for PC, PS4, and PS Vita. Trailers for all of the games can be found below.
Bandai Namco will be bringing The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia to North America. Based on the manga and anime series, the PS4 exclusive will be an action title featuring characters of the titular group, a gang of rebels blamed for overthrowing the Kingdom of Liones. The party is hunted by the elite Holy Knights, and when a mysterious girl appears to seek out the gang, “the world gets turned on its head and an extraordinary adventure begins.”
The upcoming Switch compilation Namco Museum is getting a +1 with the addition of some extra Pac-Man action. Bandai Namco has announced that they will be tossing in the four-player competitive release Pac-Man Vs. In the game, three players take on the role of the ghosts as they work together to hunt down the fourth player, who gets to control Pac-Man. Two Switch units will be needed to play with all four players, though, as the ghosts and Pac-Man each require their own system. Some of the other games in the set include Dig Dug, Galaga, Rolling Thunder, Sky Kid, and Splatterhouse.
NIS has sent word that Culdcept Revolt has been delayed until October 3. It’s not all bad news, though. A new a trailer has also gone live, Way to Win, that teaches the crafting basics necessary for victory. Decks are created by combining three different card types (creature, item, and spell) from over 400 cards. To see the system in action, check out the how-to video below.
Final Fantasy XV has received a new drop today, Episode Prompto. The character-specific add-on introduces a new storyline from the perspective of photographer Prompto Argentum. Lost in the wilderness, he must fight his way through Imperial forces as he makes his way home. Along the way, he’ll come across a new snowmobile and find himself joined by Commodore Aranea Highwind. A free update has also gone live that includes “various fixes,” new themed tracks in the Regalia, and also allows players to upgrade the Regalia to the off-road Type-D model at Hammerhead.
Danganronpa Another Episode: UItra Despair Girls, the visual novel series’ action-heavy spin-off, has been ported from PS Vita to PS4. The console version sports high-resolution models and textures, support for 60 frames per second, and tweaked gameplay. NIS also added system-specific functionality, including Remote Play and Share Play.
Bandai Namco has released The Farm 51’s psychological thriller Get Even. The first-person shooter finds players waking up in an abandoned asylum as prisoner and mercenary Cole Black. As he struggles to remember his past, a mysterious figure known as Red forces him to relive his memories through the Pandora headset while sending him out to explore the facility.
Call of Duty fans will soon be able to buy a copy of Modern Warfare Remastered without grabbing Infinite Warfare. Activision has announced that they will be separating the two, with PS4 owners getting the title first, beginning on June 27 for $39.99. The release will include the campaign, updated with improved lighting, animation and textures, as well as 16 multiplayer maps. To celebrate the launch, a new event will be kicking off on the same day, Days of Summer, which will feature in-game giveaways, experience boosts, new playlists, and a summer-themed map.
As Ninja Theory preps Senua’s debut, the studio has released a new trailer for their upcoming action title Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. The protagonist once again features in the video, titled Hela Trailer. It’s not quite a minute and a half long, but some fairly weird imagery is packed in that short run.