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Tokyo Xanadu coming to PS Vita, Tokyo Xanadu eX+ to PC, PS4

Aksys is teaming up with Falcom to release Tokyo Xanadu for PS Vita and Tokyo Xanadu eX+ for PC and PS4. The action-heavy role-playing game is scheduled to launch in two waves, with Tokyo Xanadu releasing first this summer and the enhanced Tokyo Xanadu eX+ following in the fall. The four-plus-hour campaign is set in a Tokyo that is slowly recovering from a massive earthquake that struck a decade earlier. The disaster was caused by a shadow world called Eclipse, and players must destroy that realm’s hordes of monsters before they take over the city. Along the way, they will build relationships, train, and try their hands at mini-games. The eX+ version adds new post-story scenarios, playable character (White Shroud knight), modes (Boss Rush and Time Attack), dungeons, monsters, and bosses.

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A Rose in the Twilight scheduled to launch in April for PC, PS Vita

NIS has revealed that their upcoming puzzle-platformer title from htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary developer Masayuki Furuya, A Rose in the Twilight, will be released this April. PC and PS Vita owners will be able to snag the title on April 11 as a standard edition and as a limited edition, the latter being exclusive to NIS’ online store. Four new screens were also posted below that show more of Rose and her giant companion’s quest to escape a mysterious castle.

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Tales of Berseria demo now available online for PC and PS4

Tales fans can check out the upcoming entry Tales of Berseria today with a new demo. The trial is available for PC and PS4, through Steam and PSN respectively, offering a quick look at the adventures of Velvet Crowe and crew. PC gamers can head here to grab the demo.

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Double Dragon IV launching digitally for PC, PS4 next month

Arc System Works has announced that they will be releasing Double Dragon IV for PC and PS4. The beat ‘em up will be a download-only entry with retro-style graphics, combos, and support for up to two players offline. Brawler fans can download it on January 29 on PSN and January 31 on Steam, and can look forward to Billy and Jimmy Lee returning to the mean streets, only this time in Japan. The game was developed by members of the original development team, including original planner Yoshihisa Kishimoto, designer Koji Ogata, and composer Kazunaka Yamane.

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Velvet goes on the hunt in new trailer for Tales of Berseria

Bandai Namco has released a new trailer for Tales of Berseria. The video features protagonist Velvet Crowe as she pursues her quest of vengeance against her enemies. PC and PS4 players wanting to follow up on what they see will get a chance to play the game ahead of its release with a demo scheduled to go live on January 10.

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Zen Studios to add Bethesda pack with Doom, Fallout, Skyrim tables

Zen Studios is teaming up with Bethesda to bring Doom, Fallout, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to their various pinball platforms. Each series will get its own table next month. Doom Pinball will have players fight their way through hordes of demons in a UAC facility. Fallout Pinball will be set in the wastes and feature Factions to join, Vaults to raid, and Bobbleheads to collect. Lastly, Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Pinball is set to have craftable weapons, magic, armor, loot to buy and sell, materials to mine, trainers, and side quests. All of them will have leaderboards, score tracking, and additional social features.

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A Rose in the Twilight coming stateside for PC, PS Vita

NIS will be releasing a new puzzle platformer next spring, A Rose in the Twilight. Released in Japan as Roze to Tasogare no Kojou, the game will be available digitally and physically for PS Vita and digitally for PC. In it, players take on the role of a girl who finds herself afflicted by the Curse of Thorns and stuck in a castle without color and outside of time. She has the ability to absorb blood and transfer it to objects, restoring their color and place in time. To make her way through the castle, she must team up with a powerful giant to help her navigate puzzles and environmental hazards. The game will be available as a standard release and and limited edition, both exclusive to NIS’ online store.

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Daedalic releases launch trailer, demo for adventure title Silence

A playable demo has been released for Silence on Steam. The trial from Daedalic’s latest adventure offers players the chance to explore a world between life and death, the titular Silence, as a 16-year-old named Noah who is in search of his lost sister, Renie. The two find themselves in a land haunted by strange creatures that are being held at bay by a band of rebels. If the duo can help the rebels save the world, they can survive long enough to make it back home.

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Steel Empire up for vote on Steam Greenlight

The classic Sega Genesis shooter Steel Empire is now a part of Steam Greenlight. The horizontal shoot ‘em up was later released for Game Boy Advance in Europe and 3DS in North America, and Teyon is now looking to bring it to PC. Players wanting to vote for the title can head to its Greenlight page.

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Doom – Hell Followed DLC released for console, PC

Doom received its second premium downloadable pack today, Hell Followed. The $14.99 drop includes three multiplayer maps (Argent Breach, Molten, and Orbital), one weapon (Reaper), a piece of equipment (Threat Pulse), a player-controlled demon (Cacodemon), and several hack modules. Customization fans will also find more armor sets, patterns, colors, and taunts. To celebrate the add-on’s release, this weekend will offer double experience from 11:00 a.m. (CST) on October 28 until 11:00 a.m. (CST) on October 31.

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