Jump In

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Jump In

Only one small Valentine's Day stands between you and Jump Force, Bandai Namco's upcoming crossover fighting game using characters from the Japanese manga publication Shonen Jump. This means characters like Naruto, Yugi, Goku, and more are fighting each other and fighting off villains. Nothing exemplifies the explosiveness of that dynamic better than the Jump Force launch trailer, which you can watch below.

The trailer shows how the heroes get assembled and the force they're getting together to stop and also shows Yusuke Urameshi punching a guy real hard with spirit power. 

Which character are you most excited to get your hands on? More importantly, which character are you most excited to finally punch? Let us know below in the comments.

Jump In

about X hours ago from
Jump In

Only one small Valentine's Day stands between you and Jump Force, Bandai Namco's upcoming crossover fighting game using characters from the Japanese manga publication Shonen Jump. This means characters like Naruto, Yugi, Goku, and more are fighting each other and fighting off villains. Nothing exemplifies the explosiveness of that dynamic better than the Jump Force launch trailer, which you can watch below.

The trailer shows how the heroes get assembled and the force they're getting together to stop and also shows Yusuke Urameshi punching a guy real hard with spirit power. 

Which character are you most excited to get your hands on? More importantly, which character are you most excited to finally punch? Let us know below in the comments.

Outpost Blitz

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Outpost Blitz

There's no shortage of post-apocalyptic shooters these days, but Rage 2 is hoping to differentiate itself with fast gameplay and a unique style. We get to see good examples of both of those in the latest gameplay footage from the game, showing the player taking down a Goon outpost and then engaging in a car chase.

You can see a lot of your potential arsenal in this video, from superhero pose ground hits to classic assault rifles to rocket launchers drone-like vehicles that hover above the ground. As this is official footage, the player obviously has a lot of experience with the game, so hopefully you can start playing this stylishly after just a little while with the game.

Rage 2 releases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 14.

Outpost Blitz

about X hours ago from
Outpost Blitz

There's no shortage of post-apocalyptic shooters these days, but Rage 2 is hoping to differentiate itself with fast gameplay and a unique style. We get to see good examples of both of those in the latest gameplay footage from the game, showing the player taking down a Goon outpost and then engaging in a car chase.

You can see a lot of your potential arsenal in this video, from superhero pose ground hits to classic assault rifles to rocket launchers drone-like vehicles that hover above the ground. As this is official footage, the player obviously has a lot of experience with the game, so hopefully you can start playing this stylishly after just a little while with the game.

Rage 2 releases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 14.

Sow Divisions With Your Friends In Division 2's Open Beta

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Sow Divisions With Your Friends In Division 2's Open Beta

For any Division fans or anyone curious about the highly-anticipated follow-up, Ubisoft has set the dates for The Division 2's open beta. Set aside a few days at the beginning of March, because from March 1-4 the beta will be available for anyone on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

While you wait for March you can watch us play through a chunk of the game in an episode of New Gameplay Today, see our big takeaways from the game's open world, or see what the creative director had to say about changes to this new game. The Division 2 will launch shortly after the beta closes on March 15.

Sow Divisions With Your Friends In Division 2's Open Beta

about X hours ago from
Sow Divisions With Your Friends In Division 2's Open Beta

For any Division fans or anyone curious about the highly-anticipated follow-up, Ubisoft has set the dates for The Division 2's open beta. Set aside a few days at the beginning of March, because from March 1-4 the beta will be available for anyone on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

While you wait for March you can watch us play through a chunk of the game in an episode of New Gameplay Today, see our big takeaways from the game's open world, or see what the creative director had to say about changes to this new game. The Division 2 will launch shortly after the beta closes on March 15.

Crackdown 3 Won't Ship With Competitive Multiplayer Parties

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Crackdown 3 Won't Ship With Competitive Multiplayer Parties

Crackdown 3 is coming out in just a few weeks and fans of the series are excited to co-op through the city together as private super agents making their own buddy cop movie. While players will get to run around Crackdown's open world together, it doesn't seem they will be able to do everything in the game together.

Wrecking Zone, Crackdown's cloud-based destructive multiplayer, puts multiple players in an arena that can basically be destroyed with the pull of a trigger or the press of a button. While it might be fun to team up with a friend to do this, according to creative director Joseph Staten, you won't be able to immediately.

Not for day one, no. Stay tuned for updates on our plans post-launch.

Crackdown 3 Won't Ship With Competitive Multiplayer Parties

about X hours ago from
Crackdown 3 Won't Ship With Competitive Multiplayer Parties

Crackdown 3 is coming out in just a few weeks and fans of the series are excited to co-op through the city together as private super agents making their own buddy cop movie. While players will get to run around Crackdown's open world together, it doesn't seem they will be able to do everything in the game together.

Wrecking Zone, Crackdown's cloud-based destructive multiplayer, puts multiple players in an arena that can basically be destroyed with the pull of a trigger or the press of a button. While it might be fun to team up with a friend to do this, according to creative director Joseph Staten, you won't be able to immediately.

Not for day one, no. Stay tuned for updates on our plans post-launch.

Axis & Allies Invades Steam Early Access

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Axis & Allies Invades Steam Early Access

Developer Beamdog announced an online adaptation of Axis & Allies, the long-running World War II-themed board game, aptly titled, Axis & Allies Online. For anyone unfamiliar, Axis & Allies tasks players with maneuvering and battling for control over the board as either, as you might expect, the Axis or Allied powers.

This is not the first time that Axis & Allies has been translated to a video game. It was brought to PC in 2004, and while that had an online component to it, it was primarily a single-player affair. Axis & Allies Online looks to adapt the 1942 Second Edition of the board game with up to five players taking turns. It will also allow for asynchronous play if you need to take a break.

The nature of the board game seems a smart fit for this style of play. This seems especially well-suited for anyone who likes to play board games, but where the hard part is actually wrangling a group of people together to play. This will serve that audience quite well assuming the game manages to maintain the specific flavor of the board game. It’s currently available in Steam Early Access on Windows, Mac, and Linux for $19.99. Take a look at the – very brief – teaser below.

Axis & Allies Invades Steam Early Access

about X hours ago from
Axis & Allies Invades Steam Early Access

Developer Beamdog announced an online adaptation of Axis & Allies, the long-running World War II-themed board game, aptly titled, Axis & Allies Online. For anyone unfamiliar, Axis & Allies tasks players with maneuvering and battling for control over the board as either, as you might expect, the Axis or Allied powers.

This is not the first time that Axis & Allies has been translated to a video game. It was brought to PC in 2004, and while that had an online component to it, it was primarily a single-player affair. Axis & Allies Online looks to adapt the 1942 Second Edition of the board game with up to five players taking turns. It will also allow for asynchronous play if you need to take a break.

The nature of the board game seems a smart fit for this style of play. This seems especially well-suited for anyone who likes to play board games, but where the hard part is actually wrangling a group of people together to play. This will serve that audience quite well assuming the game manages to maintain the specific flavor of the board game. It’s currently available in Steam Early Access on Windows, Mac, and Linux for $19.99. Take a look at the – very brief – teaser below.