Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: PC

Horror-themed vertical shooter Castle of Shikigami headed to Steam

Degica has announced that they are currently working on porting another shooter to PC, Alfa System’s Castle of Shikigami. Later this summer, players will be stepping in to assist Tokyo’s Metropolitan Police Force in their attempt to take down a murderous cult. The game will feature six playable characters, five multipart stages, two-player local co-op, and support for achievements, leaderboards, and trading cards. In addition to the game, which will launch at $11.99, Degica is also going to offer the game’s soundtrack for $4.99.

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Divinity: Original Sin 2 officially dated for September 14

Divinity: Original Sin’s expansive follow-up will be released before the summer is out. Larian Studios has revealed that Divinity: Original Sin 2 launch online and in stores on September 14. The sequel will feature Game Master and player-versus-player modes at release, allowing players to create tabletop-style adventures or battle against one another in an arena. To celebrate the announcement, Larian has released a patch for the Steam Early Access version. Early buyers can now access two additional areas, try out a new companion relationship system, and experiment with updated character-creation and item-crafting mechanics. A trailer highlighting the changes can be found below.

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Fists (and feet) fly in Tekken 7 opening cinematic

Bandai Namco has released a little eye candy for Tekken fans with the opening cinematic from Tekken 7. The video begins with an investigation into the feud between Heihachi and Kazuya, then slowly expands to reveal new characters, including Akuma, and their place in the ongoing battle between the two. Check it out below.

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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap headed to PC on June 8

Lizardcube’s charming update of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap is making its way to PC next month. Publisher DotEmu has announced that the studio will be launching the title digitally through GOG and Steam on June 8. The game is currently downloadable for consoles via eShop, Live, and PSN.

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To the stars! Endless Space 2 now available for PC

Amplitude Studios’ space-based 4X strategy title Endless Space 2 has been released digitally for Mac and Windows PC. The sequel features eight civilizations for players to lead against a new AI in single player or against others in multiplayer. Newcomers as well as veterans will find a host of tutorials to get them up to speed, and to ensure that everyone eventually gets access to the planet-destroying end-game superweapon. Supported Steam features include achievements, cloud saving, and Workshop for mods.

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ForzaRC Season 3: The Porsche Cup Elite headed to Le Mans

Turn 10 and Microsoft have announced that the Forza Racing Championship (ForzaRC) Season 3: The Porsche Cup Elite finals are set to take place in France during the 24 Hours of Le Mans, from June 17-18. To celebrate its inclusion, the creator and organizer of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO), has made a new category for esports, suitably titled the Official Endurance Esports Category. The winner of the ForzaRC finals will receive their trophy on the same podium as the Le Mans drivers. The race is open to both Forza Horizon 3 and Forza Motorsport 6. Gamers can watch a livestream of the event on Twitch and Youtube.

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Time to eXterminate your enemies in new Endless Space 2 trailer

After covering three of the four Xs, Amplitude is tackling eXterminate today in the last entry of their 4X series for Endless Space 2. Previous videos have demonstrated how players will eXplore, eXpand, and eXploit as faction leader, but now, it’s all about war. Head below to check out some sweet ship-on-ship action.

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Destiny 2 livestream reveals Guided Games, Countdown, new screens

As mentioned yesterday, Bungie hosted a livestream event today debuting gameplay from Destiny 2. The story will allow players to once again don the armor of a Guardian, solo or with a friend, this time to take down the Red Legion. But the stream emphasized that players do not need previous experience with the series to follow the story. Given that it will be available for PC, and on Battle.Net at that, the game is being represented as a fresh start. Two features were also revealed, Guided Games and Countdown. The former allows players to search for teammates to tackle activities without having a set group, absent in some modes in Destiny, while the latter is a new competitive mode. A host of new screenshots have been released showing some of the content covered and can be found below.

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Learn how to eXploit in new trailer for Endless Space 2

Amplitude continues their 4X video series for Endless Space 2 with the third entry, focusing on exploitation. This element sits on the administrative side. Players must maintain their population’s happiness, productivity, and stability while holding onto power. If they push too hard, or pass too many unpopular laws, the people might rise up, causing the society to descend into anarchy. But if they are too lax, the faction will fall behind technologically and economically.

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Bungie to livestream Destiny 2 gameplay tomorrow

Bungie will be hosting a premier livestream tomorrow for Destiny 2. Slated to begin at noon (CST), the stream will broadcast from an airplane hangar in Hawthorne, California, with developers demonstrating new mechanics during a first look at gameplay. To check it out, head over and bookmark their Twitch channel.

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