Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Screenshots

Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- standard edition now in stores, online

Guilty Gear Xrd Sign (PS3, PS4) DLC Schedule Announcement - Screenshot 1

The standard edition of Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- has hit store shelves and launched online for PS3 and PS4. As a reminder, the limited edition will not be available until December 23, due to delays caused at strikes at the Port of Long Beach and Port of Los Angeles. For those picking the game up within the launch window, Aksys is throwing in a free $7.99 DLC character, Elphelt, from now until January 5. And on the topic of downloadable content, a full release schedule has been provided and is posted below.

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DLC, PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation 4 News

DmC gets new Definitive Edition, Devil May Cry 4 new Special Edition

DmC Devil May Cry Definitive Edition (PS4, Xbox One) Announcement - Screenshot 1

The Devil May Cry series will be returning next year with two titles, DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition and Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition, both for PS4 and Xbox One. The Definitive Edition of DmC will include a host of new, extra content: Vergil playable in Bloody Palace Mode, Gods Must Die difficulty level, Must Style Mode, Hardcore Mode (designed after the older Devil May Cry titles), Turbo Mode and other gameplay modifiers, new costumes sporting designs akin to the original titles, 60 frames-per-second at 1080p, and all downloadable content, including the Vergil’s Downfall side story. Nothing else about Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition was mentioned aside from its release date of summer 2015.

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PlayStation 4 News, Xbox One News

Final Fantasy XIII-2 launches on Steam, SE Online store for PC

Final Fantasy XIII-2 (360, PC, PS3) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Square Enix has released the PC version of Final Fantasy XIII-2. Available for $19.99 on Steam and the Square Enix Online Store, the PC version features support for 60 frames-per-second, Japanese voiceovers with English subtitles, and several resolutions (also added today in Final Fantasy XIII). The downloadable content from the console versions, including new enemies, missions, and outfits, detailed below, are also included. Some content from the console versions are missing, though, such as the Lost Report side story episode and any collaborative pieces with other series (e.g., Assassin’s Creed and Mass Effect).

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PC News

Minecraft: Pocket Edition now available for Windows Phone 8.1

Minecraft Pocket Edition (Windows Phone) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Microsoft has released Minecraft for Windows Phone 8.1. Minecraft: Pocket Edition includes creative mode, survival mode, and multiplayer over local wi-fi. This version also sports new biodomes, caves, mobs, and villages.

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Handheld

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker coming for 3DS

Atlus will be releasing an enhanced version of 2011’s Devil Survivor 2 for 3DS, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker. The new version will feature relocalized dialog, an English voiceover track, new abilities, and a new epilogue episode that introduces the mysterious Miyako Hotsuin. The epilogue will be available to play from the start via the main menu or as part of the original story and is estimated to double the length of the original release. In addition to the announcement trailer above, a batch of new screenshots have been posted below.

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3DS

Heroes of Might & Magic III – HD Edition coming to Android, iOS, PC

Heroes of Might and Magic 3 HD Edition (Android, iOS, PC) Announcement - Screenshot 1

A new updated version of Heroes of Might & Magic III has been announced for Android and iOS tablets as well as for PC. Scheduled to launch on January 29, Heroes of Might & Magic III – HD Edition will feature wide-screen support, seven campaigns, 48 skirmish maps, local multiplayer, a new online multiplayer Steam lobby, and a PC-exclusive map editor. HD Edition is currently being developed by DotEmu.

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Android, Apple Handheld, PC News

Alien: Isolation update adds Nightmare and Novice difficulty models

Aliens Isolation (360, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One) Nightmare and Novice Announcement - Screenshot 1

A new update has been released for Alien: Isolation that adds two additional difficulty models, Nightmare and Novice. Novice adds additional resources and ammunition, weakens the strength of androids and survivors, and makes distracting a less-aggressive Alien easier in certain portions of the game. On the other end of the spectrum is Nightmare, which limits resources, increases the strength of androids and survivors, upgrades the Alien AI, and starts the player off with a broken tracker that has a distorted display. The update is available for all versions.

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PC News, PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation 4 News, Xbox 360 News, Xbox One News

The Harran Crisis unfolds in Dying Light intro cinematic

The opening movie from Dying Light has been released by developer Techland. The intro catches up with the city of Harran after a deadly outbreak and sets up the battle between the game’s two main factions, the privately funded humanitarian organization Global Relief Effort and the city’s Ministry of Defense. Also, check for some killer music. And in case any readers missed it, Techland also recently released a story trailer.

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PC News, PlayStation 4 News, Xbox One News

‘First-person experience’ Adr1ft revealed in new trailer, screens

505 Games has released a new trailer and screenshots from One Zero’s Adr1ft. In the upcoming ‘first-person experience’ title, players awake to find themselves floating in space, surrounded by the debris of a space station. They must scavenge the wreckage to find parts to repair their damaged EVA as well as what’s left of the space station, and in the process, find out what caused the accident.

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PC News, PlayStation 4 News, Xbox One News

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris now available for console, PC

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Lara Croft returns today in a new isometric adventure for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris. The sequel to Guardian of Light follows in its predecessor’s footsteps with more traps to avoid, puzzles to solve, and twin-stick shooting, arcade-style combat. Now with support for up to four players, the game follows Lara and three allies as she searches for powerful artifacts and battles Set’s army of monsters alongside treasure hunter Carter Bell and gods Horus and Isis.

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PC News, PlayStation 4 News, Xbox One News