Trails Of Cold Steel And Its Sequel Come To PlayStation 4 In The West

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Trails Of Cold Steel And Its Sequel Come To PlayStation 4 In The West

Localization company and Marvelous publishing arm XSEED Games have announced that The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel I and II are coming to the PlayStation 4 in the west early next year.

Released in Japan as Eiyuu Densetsu: Sen no Kiseki Kai and Eiyuu Densetsu: Sen no Kiseki II Kai, the critically-loved RPGs saw release on the PlayStation 3 and Vita in years prior and eventually on the PC. The PlayStation 4 version features dual-language settings and fully voiced lines not in any previous console version, while the Japanese language settings will get patched into the PC edition.

Both Trails of Cold Steel I and II will be available separately or part of a deluxe edition together. The third game also on PlayStation 4 has not yet been announced for western release.

Tom Hardy's "Favorite 40 Minutes" From Venom Were Cut From The Movie

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Venom oozes its way into theaters later this week, which means lead actor Tom Hardy is making the interview circuit for the movie. In one, however, the actor was asked his favorite part of the movie, and mentioned that his favorite parts were 40 minutes that were cut from the final edit.

In a video interview with ComicsExplained, Hardy was specifically asked about his favorite scene. 

"Things that aren’t in this movie,” he answered. “There are,like 30 to 40 minutes’ worth of scenes that aren’t in this movie, all of them. Mad puppeteering scenes, dark comedy scenes, you know what I mean? They just never made it in.”

Tom Hardy's "Favorite 40 Minutes" From Venom Were Cut From The Movie

about X hours ago from
Tom Hardy's

Venom oozes its way into theaters later this week, which means lead actor Tom Hardy is making the interview circuit for the movie. In one, however, the actor was asked his favorite part of the movie, and mentioned that his favorite parts were 40 minutes that were cut from the final edit.

In a video interview with ComicsExplained, Hardy was specifically asked about his favorite scene. 

"Things that aren’t in this movie,” he answered. “There are,like 30 to 40 minutes’ worth of scenes that aren’t in this movie, all of them. Mad puppeteering scenes, dark comedy scenes, you know what I mean? They just never made it in.”

Google Shows Off New Streaming Tech Using Assassin's Creed Odyssey

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Google Shows Off New Streaming Tech Using Assassin's Creed Odyssey

Earlier today, Google upload a video of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, the latest game in the Assassin's Creed series, running on what the tech giant calls Project Stream. The video outputs at 1080p and 60 frames per second and the technology is still very nascent, but seems impressive for what they're showing off. Check it out below.

While Google dropped the video onto their channel today fairly context-free, it fits in with a number of reports about Google's future gaming plans. In February, reports came in that Google was working on something called Project Yeti, a streaming service that would run modern, major console games with comparatively little quality loss. The idea would be to play Assassin's Creed Odyssey in a browser window as easily as you could play it on an Xbox One. That service is now official as Project Stream.

The plan, Google says, is to launch Assassin's Creed Odyssey as part of the streaming service this Friday.

Google Shows Off New Streaming Tech Using Assassin's Creed Odyssey

about X hours ago from
Google Shows Off New Streaming Tech Using Assassin's Creed Odyssey

Earlier today, Google upload a video of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, the latest game in the Assassin's Creed series, running on what the tech giant calls Project Stream. The video outputs at 1080p and 60 frames per second and the technology is still very nascent, but seems impressive for what they're showing off. Check it out below.

While Google dropped the video onto their channel today fairly context-free, it fits in with a number of reports about Google's future gaming plans. In February, reports came in that Google was working on something called Project Yeti, a streaming service that would run modern, major console games with comparatively little quality loss. The idea would be to play Assassin's Creed Odyssey in a browser window as easily as you could play it on an Xbox One.

As for why Assassin's Creed Odyssey, it might have to do with the deal Ubisoft and Google struck for the latter to provide dedicated servers to the former, codenamed the Greek term Agones. It is likely no accident that this video released the same morning that Assassin's Creed Odyssey reviews became available, of which you can find ours right here.

Overwatch's Halloween Terror Event Starts Next Week

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Overwatch's Halloween Terror Event Starts Next Week

On October 9, prepare for a scare as Overwatch unleashes this year's Halloween Terror Event.  

The quick announcement trailer features Chateau Guillard transformed from upscale manor to creepy mansion, but that's probably not the only thing changing. Last year, Overwatch introduced new skins, emotes, loot boxes, and game modes to celebrate the spookiest time of year.  While nothing has been officially announced, this year is sure to have its own batch of seasonally-themed goodies. 

The Overwatch Halloween Terror Event will run from October 9 to October 31, giving you three weeks to confront the evils lurking in their "monolithic lair."

Red Dead Redemption II's Second Gameplay Video Is Now Live

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Red Dead Redemption II's Second Gameplay Video Is Now Live

Update: The second gameplay demonstration for Red Dead Redemption 2 is now online. You can watch it right here:

It's about time. The gameplay video that Rockstar teased at the ending of last month's gameplay demonstration will be debuting tomorrow morning. The tease, if you need your memory jogged, promised a look at "missions, activities, enemy gangs, robberies, other things to do, and much more."

The video will be posted at 9AM Eastern on what we're assuming is the company's YouTube channel. Rockstar made the announcement via Twitter:

Red Dead Redemption II's Second Gameplay Video Is Now Live

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Red Dead Redemption II's Second Gameplay Video Is Now Live

Update: The second gameplay demonstration for Red Dead Redemption 2 is now live. You can watch it right here:

Original Story (September 30 at 6:19 PM Central):

It's about time. The gameplay video that Rockstar teased at the ending of last month's gameplay demonstration will be debuting tomorrow morning. The tease, if you need your memory jogged, promised a look at "missions, activities, enemy gangs, robberies, other things to do, and much more."

Red Dead Redemption II's Second Gameplay Video Arrives Tomorrow

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Red Dead Redemption II's Second Gameplay Video Arrives Tomorrow

It's about time. The gameplay video that Rockstar teased at the ending of last month's gameplay demonstration will be debuting tomorrow morning. The tease, if you need your memory jogged, promised a look at "missions, activities, enemy gangs, robberies, other things to do, and much more."

The video will be posted at 9AM Eastern on what we're assuming is the company's YouTube channel. Rockstar made the announcement via Twitter:

Gameplay Video Part 2 coming tomorrow 9am Eastern pic.twitter.com/ZjS3ZUhKHg

Red Dead Redemption II's Second Gameplay Video Arrives Tomorrow

about X hours ago from
Red Dead Redemption II's Second Gameplay Video Arrives Tomorrow

It's about time. The gameplay video that Rockstar teased at the ending of last month's gameplay demonstration will be debuting tomorrow morning. The tease, if you need your memory jogged, promised a look at "missions, activities, enemy gangs, robberies, other things to do, and much more."

The video will be posted at 9AM Eastern on what we're assuming is the company's YouTube channel. Rockstar made the announcement via Twitter:

Gameplay Video Part 2 coming tomorrow 9am Eastern pic.twitter.com/ZjS3ZUhKHg