South Park: Phone Destroyer Is Out Now

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South Park: Phone Destroyer Is Out Now

South Park: Phone Destroyer has brought the comedy of South Park to Android and iOS devices today.

While The Stick of Truth has the kids from South Park pretending to play in a fantasy world and The Fractured But Whole has them playing as superheroes, Phone Destroyer has them donning a variety of outfits, including cowboy, cyborg, police, and wizard costumes.

Promising a large single-player story and featuring real-time player vs. player battles, if you like South Park’s humor, you should probably check out this free-to-play mobile game. Click here to download the game for Android devices and here to go to the iOS App Store page. If you're a South Park fan, also be sure to check out our review of The Fractured But Whole.

DICE Reveals "The Last Jedi Season" DLC For Battlefront II

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DICE Reveals

EA and DICE have revealed The Last Jedi downloadable content for Battlefront II for both the single and multiplayer content.

The new DLC, called "The Last Jedi season" is part of DICE's focus on making sure Battlefront II includes content from all Star Wars movies, starting with the most relevant and recent The Last Jedi. Most of the content will be for the multiplayer side starting on December 5 with a faction choice. Players can choose to be either First Order or New Republic and complete faction quests for their team.

On December 13, just ahead of The Last Jedi's release, new heroes and content will be released. Both Finn and Captain Phasma will be available as playable heroes in the multiplayer mode, as well as new maps Crait and D'Qar. There will also be a new mission for the single player campaign, still staying as protagonist Iden Versio during the creation of the First Order. The mission is called Resurrection and it will be available the same day as the multiplayer content.

DICE Reveals "The Last Jedi Season" DLC For Battlefront II

about X hours ago from
DICE Reveals

EA and DICE have revealed The Last Jedi downloadable content for Battlefront II for both the single and multiplayer content.

The new DLC, called "The Last Jedi season" is part of DICE's focus on making sure Battlefront II includes content from all Star Wars movies, starting with the most relevant and recent The Last Jedi. Most of the content will be for the multiplayer side starting on December 5 with a faction choice. Players can choose to be either First Order or New Republic and complete faction quests for their team.

On December 13, just ahead of The Last Jedi's release, new heroes and content will be released. Both Finn and Captain Phasma will be available as playable heroes in the multiplayer mode, as well as new maps Crait and D'Qar. There will also be a new mission for the single player campaign, still staying as protagonist Iden Versio during the creation of the First Order. The mission is called Resurrection and it will be available the same day as the multiplayer content.

Sony Ramping Up PlayStation Move Production

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Sony Ramping Up PlayStation Move Production

Sony is ramping up production of the PlayStation Move, the PS3 and PS4 motion controllers with glowing orbs at the end.

The PlayStation Move was originally released in 2010 as part of the motion control rage that swept up the industry. The controllers, which paired Move motion controllers with Nunchuck-like analog sticks, did not take off as well as Sony would have liked and they stopped pursuing the initiative soon after. With the PlayStation VR, however, Move controllers came back to prominence as the primary control method for VR games.

The ramp up is likely part of the PSVR's success and Sony's renewed commitment to the headset. The PSVR is becoming a home for Oculus and Vive ports with its larger install base, so having Move in the hands of every owner helps sales of games that use the Move controllers to simulate the player's hands.

Sony Ramping Up PlayStation Move Production

about X hours ago from
Sony Ramping Up PlayStation Move Production

Sony is ramping up production of the PlayStation Move, the PS3 and PS4 motion controllers with glowing orbs at the end.

The PlayStation Move was originally released in 2010 as part of the motion control rage that swept up the industry. The controllers, which paired Move motion controllers with Nunchuck-like analog sticks, did not take off as well as Sony would have liked and they stopped pursuing the initiative soon after. With the PlayStation VR, however, Move controllers came back to prominence as the primary control method for VR games.

The ramp up is likely part of the PSVR's success and Sony's renewed commitment to the headset. The PSVR is becoming a home for Oculus and Vive ports with its larger install base, so having Move in the hands of every owner helps sales of games that use the Move controllers to simulate the player's hands.

PUBG Developer Reveals New Project Ascent: Infinite Realm

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PUBG Developer Reveals New Project Ascent: Infinite Realm

Bluehole has a new game in the works, this time aimed at the MMORPG market.

In a new trailer released earlier today, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer Bluehole Studios unveiled their new project Ascent: Infinite Realm. A high fantasy steam punk-inspired MMORPG, the game offers a mix of traditional fantasy MMORPG gameplay and exploration mixed with aerial dog fights, mech shootouts and customizable airships.

Though the trailer shows some severe lag at points, there are dozens of well rendered characters and vehicles on screen at once, as well as massive enemies that take up considerable portions of the game world.

PUBG Developer Reveals New Project Ascent: Infinite Realm

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PUBG Developer Reveals New Project Ascent: Infinite Realm

Bluehole has a new game in the works, this time aimed at the MMORPG market.

In a new trailer released earlier today, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer Bluehole Studios unveiled their new project Ascent: Infinite Realm. A high fantasy steam punk-inspired MMORPG, the game offers a mix of traditional fantasy MMORPG gameplay and exploration mixed with aerial dog fights, mech shootouts and customizable airships.

Though the trailer shows some severe lag at points, there are dozens of well rendered characters and vehicles on screen at once, as well as massive enemies that take up considerable portions of the game world.

Square Enix Releases These Awesome Nier: Automata Figures Next Year

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Square Enix Releases These Awesome Nier: Automata Figures Next Year

Fans of sexy androids, surprisingly deep meditations on AI consciousness, and adorable killer robots know that Nier: Automata is a special game and now fans can celebrate their love for Platinum Games wacky brainchild with some new figures. According to a post on Toyark, Square-Enix has announced two upcoming Nier: Automata Bring Arts Figures sets, which are due out in spring.

There are two sets that fans can get their hands on next year: the 2B and Machine Set, which includes main character 2B as well as one of the machine life form enemies from the game, and the Machine Life Forms 2-Figure Set, which includes two of the trash can-shaped machine life forms. The 2B and Machine Set will come with interchangeable portraits and hands for the heroic android, while the machine life form has a removable head (that 2B can wear, of course) and a bucket. The set will release in March for around $80. The Machine Life Forms 2-Figure Set comes with a variety of different weapons, arms, and legs for the garbage can-shaped machines and will release in April for around $50. You can find some images of the figures below.

The figures are all pretty detailed and, while they aren't the sequel that Square Enix seems intent on producing, they'll hopefully give fans something to get excited about next year.

Square Enix Releases These Awesome Nier: Automata Figures Next Year

about X hours ago from
Square Enix Releases These Awesome Nier: Automata Figures Next Year

Fans of sexy androids, surprisingly deep meditations on AI consciousness, and adorable killer robots know that Nier: Automata is a special game and now fans can celebrate their love for Platinum Games wacky brainchild with some new figures. According to a post on Toyark, Square-Enix has announced two upcoming Nier: Automata Bring Arts Figures sets, which are due out in spring.

There are two sets that fans can get their hands on next year: the 2B and Machine Set, which includes main character 2B as well as one of the machine life form enemies from the game, and the Machine Life Forms 2-Figure Set, which includes two of the trash can-shaped machine life forms. The 2B and Machine Set will come with interchangeable portraits and hands for the heroic android, while the machine life form has a removable head (that 2B can wear, of course) and a bucket. The set will release in March for around $80. The Machine Life Forms 2-Figure Set comes with a variety of different weapons, arms, and legs for the garbage can-shaped machines and will release in April for around $50. You can find some images of the figures below.

The figures are all pretty detailed and, while they aren't the sequel that Square Enix seems intent on producing, they'll hopefully give fans something to get excited about next year.

CD Projekt Thinks The Witcher Will Exist Beyond Geralt's Trilogy

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CD Projekt Thinks The Witcher Will Exist Beyond Geralt's Trilogy

The third game in The Witcher series finally broke the franchise out into the mainstream. Unfortunately, it was just in time for main character Geralt's trilogy to wrap up. In a recent interview, CD Projekt president and CEO Adam Kiciński said the developer, who still owns the IP, could potentially explore stories in the world beyond that of Geralt's.

According to the Stefa Inwestorow interview, which was translated by IGN Poland and reported on by IGN, Kiciński said that though Geralt's trilogy has come to a close, the developer will probably return to the series because it would disappoint people if they didn't at some point. CD Projekt recently released a Witcher spin-off in Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, and is currently working on its long-anticipated title Cyberpunk 2077.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt took home Game Informer's 2015 Game of the Year award, and its massive expansion, Blood and Wine, grabbed our 2016 RPG of the Year award.