The Pokemon Company has announced that Charizard and Weavile will be playable characters in the upcoming arcade fighter Pokken Tournament.
The two will join the previously announced playable Pokémon Pikachu, Gengar, Lucario, Machamp, Gardevoir, and Suicane.
Pokken Tournament will launch in arcades across Japan on July 16th.
For some reason, Grease is one of the most beloved movies of the last 40 years. There are exactly zero things metal about the 1978 musical starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John – until now, that is. Andy Rehfeldt, who you might remember from his smooth jazz version of Korn, easy listening version of Metallica, and […]
Inkipedia, a wiki focused on Nintendo's newest independent property, Splatoon, joined NIWA today, bringing the number of wikis in NIWA's ranks to twenty three.
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All classic TV show intros deserve a GTA V version. And The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is the perfect candidate: We all watched the series back then (it’s still funny!) and it’s set in the same city as Grand Theft Auto V.
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QUOTE | “Now the reality settles in. We have to deliver, we have extra pressure, and the team has too, but it’s a good pressure.” - Sony’s president of worldwide studios Shuhei Yoshida, talking about how they felt after announcing The Last Guardian at E3.
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One of the most promising things I saw early on in this generation was the use of asymmetric multiplayer. This little-tapped segment of multiplayer gaming has players playing games with different goals and gameplay styles together. Kill Strain is now here to provide that sort of experience in a competitive online twin stick shooter.
In Kill Strain you control one of three teams in a 5v2v5 match. Two of the teams are competing teams of mercenaries, while the third team consists of mutants. This third team starts out with just two members but they can infect and turn their enemies into allies.
The top-down shooter mechanics are pretty standard, and the flow of combat for the mercenaries is to charge up mech summons by gathering power cells. The mercenaries then summon mechs to press into the other side's bases, or the base of the swarm.
The flow of the match I played was fun and fast, and I imagine it will catch on quickly with competitive multiplayer gamers. It remains to be seen how well the teams will be balanced in the main release, but you'll be able to try it for free for yourself on the PS4 later this year.
This preview is based on an early build of Kill Strain played at E3.
Next Yu-Gi-Oh! card to Shonen Jump subscribers also revealed
Bandai Namco is pleased to announce today that Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth will be coming to North America sometime in 2016 for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. Set in the near future, the line between the real and digital world is blurred. Logging into and entering the digital cyberspace world is a common everyday experience. An innocent on-line chat spawns a chance encounter with a mysterious hacker and sets forth events leading into a digi-monumental adventure. Players will traverse and explore vivid and immersive environments as they slip between the abstract digital world and real-world locations around Japan to investigate a digi-mystery infecting both worlds. According to Bandai Namco, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth features over 200 Digimon to collect, raise, and Digivolve throughout the course of the game. In addition, players will be able to form strategic battle squads to unleash on enemies in exciting team turn-based battles. Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth his due out sometime in 2016 for PS4 and PS Vita.