Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: PC

Grandia II HD Edition to launch on GOG.com, screenshots posted

Grandia 2 HD (PC) GOG Announcement - Screenshot 1

GungHo has sent word that their upcoming remastered version of Grandia II, Grandia II HD Edition, will be available through GOG.com. The updated release will sport enhanced graphics, a new difficulty level, the original Japanese vocal track, and support for controllers. GungHo debuted the new look in a fresh batch of screenshots.

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Dying Light: The Following to add huge map, buggies, more

Dying Light (PC, PS4, Xbox One) The Following DLC Announcement - Screenshot 1

Techland has released details about Dying Light’s latest expansion, The Following. The story-driven add-on will feature dirt buggies, a new map the size of all previous maps combined, and new items. Three screens were released that offer a glimpse of the additions (see: guy shooting a shotgun from the buggy). The Following will also be available for free for Season Pass holders.

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Toy Soldiers: War Chest to launch on August 11 for console, PC

Toy Soldiers War Chest (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

The Toy Soldiers series will be returning on August 11 with Toy Soldiers: War Chest for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. War Chest, developed by Signal Studios, will be available in two versions, a standard download-only release and a deluxe version, the Hall of Fame edition, that will be sold in stores and digitally. The base game will feature four armies, while Hall of Fame will include an additional four licensed armies: G.I. Joe, He-Man, Cobra Commander, and Ezio. Each army can also be downloaded separately or together in the Legendary Heroes bundle.

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Gryphon Knight Epic to take to the skies August 20, new trailer up

Gryphon Knight Epic (PC) Kickstarter Announcement - Screenshot 3

Cyber Rhino Studios has announced that their upcoming fantasy-inspired 2D shooter Gryphon Knight Epic will be available on August 20. A new trailer was also released, showing Sir Oliver taking to his majestic, magical gryphon to rid the land of marauding monsters and their airborne masters.

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NIS announces exclusive Samurai Warriors 4-II limited edition for PS4

Samurai Warriors 4-II (PC, PS3, PS4, PS Vita) Limited Edition Announcement - Header

NIS will be releasing a limited edition of Samurai Warriors 4-II for PS4. The special version will launch on September 29 exclusively through their online store, and will come packed with an 80-page art book, a 13-track CD, and a collector’s box. Koei Tecmo is handling traditional retail and digital publishing duties for the standard edition. The latest entry in the series will feature revamped combat and character-progression mechanics, 13 chapters, nine characters (including a new addition), and a wave-based challenge mode, Endless Castle.

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Victor Vran leaves Early Access, now officially available for PC

Victor Vran (PC) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Demon hunter Victor Vran has set off from Early Access to track down even fiercer monsters in the full release of, er, Victor Vran. The action-heavy role-playing game from Haemimont Games features a gear-based progression system, over 400 challenges, dynamic difficulty, a campaigned estimated to last 20 hours, and four-player online co-op. Players can also expect two-player local co-op and three DLC packs in the coming months. The free packs are currently in development and will add a new weapon type that expands spellcaster abilities (The Tome of Souls), a new character-build-expanding outfit (The Highlander Outfit), and a map with a random layout and daily challenges (The Cauldron of Chaos).

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Fallout Anthology coming for PC, 5 games + DLC in mini-nuke case

Fallout Anthology (PC) Announcement - Header

Fallout 4 is slowly nearing its release date, but before it hits outlets, Bethesda is offering gamers a chance to catch up on the series this September with Fallout Anthology. Scheduled to launch on September 29 for PC, the $49.99 set will include five games: Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition, Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, and Fallout Tactics, plus all downloadable content. The box will not only have an empty space to add a copy of Fallout 4, but the package itself will be a mini-nuke storage case that makes a bomb sound. That’s a lot of hours in the waste.

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Call of Cthulhu: Shadow of the Comet, Prisoner of Ice now on GOG

Call of Cthulhu: Shadow of the Comet (PC)

The Old Gods have returned! GOG.com has added two Lovecraftian adventure titles from Infogrames to their library, Call of Cthulhu: Shadow of the Comet and Call of Cthulhu: Prisoner of Ice. Shadow of the Comet, available for Linux and Windows, follows a young British photographer during their attempt to snap a photo of a strange comet passing over Illsmouth, New England. The same comet that sent a previous photographer to an asylum. The spiritual successor, Prisoner of Ice, available for Linux, Mac, and Windows, is set aboard a military submarine that’s recently become the home for an ancient horror.

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Breach & Clear: Deadline now available on Steam

Breach & Clear Deadline (PC) Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 2

Mighty Rabbit and Gun Media’s top-down tactical shooter Breach & Clear: Deadline has launched on Steam. As squad leader, players must lead their soldiers through Harbor City to discover the source causing the dead to reanimate. The game has been available in an early form for some time, but today it leaves Early Access for its official launch. Its time in Early Access allowed for more than just bug fixes and gameplay adjustments, though, as fan feedback led to the creation of a new co-op mode for the release version.

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Street Fighter V upgrade, DLC plans announced, Necalli revealed

Street Fighter V (PC, PS4) Necalli Announcement - Screenshot 1

Capcom announced the latest addition to Street Fighter V during Evo 2015. Unlike the previous reveals, this one is new to the series: Necalli. A brawler that possesses “a wide variety of savage and close range attacks,” Necalli’s V-Skill engages a damaging ground pound, while his V-Trigger channels an energy through him that changes his appearance and alters his personality. Capcom also revealed their DLC plans for Street Fighter V. All post-launch gameplay content will be unlockable through gameplay or purchasable, whichever the player prefers. And in breaking with franchise tradition, all balance changes, system adjustments, and upgrades will be free—no more Ultra, Arcade, Hyper, or Championship Edition shenanigans. Check below for a new trailer and a handful of new screenshots.

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