A Storm Is Coming With Ghost of Tsushima's New Trailer

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A Storm Is Coming With Ghost of Tsushima's New Trailer

Are you ready to follow the wind from place to place? Follow animals, discover shrines, and defeat enemies as both a samurai and a ninja in Ghost of Tsushima when it lands on July 17. You can check out more of what we know about Ghost of Tsushima here.

In celebration of its impending release, PlayStation has unveiled a short but snazzy trailer showcasing a brief taste of Jin's journey. Take a look for yourself below - are you planning on becoming a ghost next month?

Sony Celebrates PS Plus Anniversary With 3 Titles

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Sony Celebrates PS Plus Anniversary With 3 Titles

July's PlayStation Plus free PS4 titles for members gets an and one to celebrate the service's 10-year anniversary. Rise of The Tomb Raider, NBA 2K20, and Erica are available from July 7 to August 3.

Sony is also releasing a free PS4 theme later this week to celebrate the event, as well as holding a free multiplayer weekend starting July 4 (12:01 AM) to July 5 (11:59 PM) local time.

[Source: Official PlayStation Blog]

Fixes Coming For The Outer Worlds On Switch

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Fixes Coming For The Outer Worlds On Switch

When The Outer Worlds released last year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, it won acclaim from critics and consumers alike for its choice-driven gameplay and clever writing. However, when the RPG came to Switch, players on Nintendo's console didn't get to see the game at its best; the performance can be pretty rough

To address concerns with the Switch version, publisher Private Division has announced that Virtuos (the team behind the Switch version) is working on ways to improve the experience, and that a patch is in the works.

Though we don't know exactly when the fixes will be available, it's good to know that Switch owners will soon get a clearer picture of what makes The Outer Worlds so good.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Trailer Offers Good Overview

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Trailer Offers Good Overview

Square Enix's four-player co-op action/RPG, which originally launched on the Nintendo Gamecube in 2004, is coming to the PlayStation 4, Switch, iOS, and Android, and you'll be able to play with friends online. 

The original release required multiple Gameboy Advance consoles and link cables to experiment with co-op, so this is a potentially good chance to go back and play this oddball RPG if you missed it the first time. 

Square Enix is even offering a free version of the game that lets players access three dungeons, but those who play with a friend who owns the full game can access up to 13 dungeons.

Disco Elysium TV Show In The Works

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Disco Elysium TV Show In The Works

Variety reports that detective RPG Disco Elysium is being adapted into a TV series. It's still very early in the development process, so no writers or actors have been attached to the project.

Although no talent is officially working on the show yet, Helen Hindpere, lead writer for the game from developer ZA/UM said, "We’re so gratified at the response Disco Elysium has received, and very happy to be teaming with dj2 to expand the franchise for other media and new audiences."

Production company dj2 Entertainment is also working on a live-action adaptation of Sleeping Dogs, and CEO and founder Dmitri M. Johnson was co-producer for the Sonic the Hedgehog movie.

The Last Of Us Part II's Sales Are Already Over 4 Million Copies

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The Last Of Us Part II's Sales Are Already Over 4 Million Copies

In sales data revealed on PlayStation Blog, Naughty Dog's The Last of Us Part II is now the fastest-selling fist-party PlayStation 4 game to date, selling more than four million copies as of June 21. The game officially released on June 19, so this impressive number is accounting for roughly just three days of sales.

Most game sales data is not made public, so we have no clear idea of how these numbers stack up against other games released in 2020, but as of 2018, The Last of Us sold over 17 million copies. Needless to say, it's one of Sony's biggest first-party franchises, and yet another hit for Naughty Dog, the studio behind the Uncharted, Jak & Daxter, and Crash Bandicoot series.

Game Informer's editor-in-chief Andy McNamara gave The Last of Us Part II a review rating of 10 out of 10, calling it "the best narrative game I have played."

Remember Biomutant? Check Out A Lengthy New Trailer

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Remember Biomutant? Check Out A Lengthy New Trailer

Remember Biomutant? We've been waiting for some word on the curious open-world, martial-arts mutant mayhem. Recode your DNA as you brawl, combine weaponry, and gear up with both melee and ranged options.

We haven't seen much from Biomutant in a while, but today THQ Nordic has unleashed a new trailer. Sure, new trailers hit all the time, right?

But today's trailer is 9 minutes long and features mechs, bosses, weapons, all kinds of wild stuff. You can watch it below! Biomutant is slated to arrive on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Anime Cyberpunk: Edgerunners Headed To Netflix

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Anime Cyberpunk: Edgerunners Headed To Netflix

Today brought a wealth of new information on Cyberpunk 2077, but it also emerged as an opportunity for the franchise to open some other doors, chiefly the news of a new anime called Cyberpunk: Edgerunners.

The 10-episode standalone series is headed to Netflix in 2022, and an announcement video revealed that the game will exist in the same universe as the game while featuring its own characters and storylines. The studio handling the anime is the acclaimed Studio Trigger. Animation fans may know their work on releases like Kill la Kill and Little Witch Academia.

We don’t have a lot of detail on the project yet, but it’s exciting to know that the anime already has a distribution plan in place through Netflix when it releases here in the States.

See EDF: World Brothers' Blocky Bugs In Action

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See EDF: World Brothers' Blocky Bugs In Action

A few days ago, D3 Publisher revealed that two new entries in the Earth Defense Force series were on the way. One of them, World Brothers, features a striking visual departure from past entries in the series, with blocky heroes battling equally blocky bugs. Screenshots alone don't do it justice. Fortunately, we've got a trailer showing the game in all its voxel glory.

In addition to fighting the usual ants, spiders, and other pests that fans are accustomed to, players will have another potential hazard to contend with: the edge of the world. It looks like this planet's cube-shaped surface means that it's quite possible to walk right off the edge and into oblivion. Fortunately, at least some members of the EDF have jetpacks.

Stick around for the end, and you'll get a quick (and do we mean quick) look at Earth Defense Force 6, a more traditional entry in the franchise that was also announced along with World Brothers. That title is due this year, and EDF 6 is coming in 2021. No word yet as to whether they'll be heading over to our shores. 

Tales Of Arise Delayed Out Of 2020

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Tales Of Arise Delayed Out Of 2020

Tales of Arise made a big splash with its announcement at last year's E3, but we haven't heard much about the project since. Today, Bandai Namco gave an update via its social channels, letting fans know that the project is delayed out of 2020 due to "its ambitious nature" and "to create the best experience possible."

"The goal for Tales of Arise is to provide a familiar but innovative gameplay experience to fans of the series, while pushing the technical envelope to deliver a high level of graphical quality to impress both long-time players and those who have never played a Tales Of game," wrote producer Yusuke Tomizawa in a blog post. "We will need more time to achieve the quality and provide the gorgeous experience we envision for our players."

As the next entry in the long-running Tales franchise, Arise has big shoes to fill as it's acting as a new beginning, so it's understandable that Bandai Namco wants to approach it with the time and care it needs.