South Park: The Fractured But Whole Shakes Up Combat, Out This Year

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole Shakes Up Combat, Out This Year

Get ready to defend South Park with superheroics in The Fractured But Whole.

The next South Park RPG picks up right after the Stick of Truth, but now the kids are playing superheroes instead of fantasy heroes. Trey Parker and Matt Stone took the stage at Ubisoft's E3 press conference to talk about the game and show off a sequence from the game. They also joked that they didn't know the game's story yet, but they're probably still hard at work on the game. There are over a dozen different super-hero classes.

The game’s combat has also evolved a bit as well. Now players can moved around the battlefield on a grid. Players can knock enemies across the board and into other players, and there will also be objects in the environment that you’ll be able to interact with. You’ll also be able to see that turn order on the bottle of the screen kind of like Final Fantasy X, and you’ll be able to manipulate that order using different attacks.

Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time Free On PC

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Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time Free On PC

Ubisoft kicked off its E3 2016 press conference with a giveaway celebrating its 30th anniversary. Over the coming months, the publisher will be giving a PC game away each month.

You can nab Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time right now. All you need to do is log into the Ubisoft Club website. Look for the box on the side announcing the freebie.

This is only available for a limited time, so lock it in before you forget.

Just Dance Is Coming To Nintendo NX In 2017

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Ubisoft has announced that it will be supporting Nintendo's next console in 2017. While we don't know the full breadth of games the publisher is planning for NX, we do know one that is a guarantee.

Just Dance, which has sold 60 million copies worldwide since the franchise debuted in 2009, will be coming to NX. Ubisoft didn't crack when pressed about specific features the console will offer.

The dance series launched on the Wii and made use of Wii Remotes to sense movement. Just Dance has also appeared on Xbox and PlayStation systems making use of camera peripherals.

More Than 30 Oculus Touch Games Available At Launch This Year

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More Than 30 Oculus Touch Games Available At Launch This Year

At GDC, Oculus impressed us with the hefty Rift launch lineup. The company is set to do it again with the second rollout of the year, Oculus Touch.

Oculus announced today that more than 30 games will be available at the Touch controller launch, with 20 of them being brand new. Unfortunately, Oculus hasn't narrowed the release window for the controllers. We still don't know more than they will be available in 2016.

Included in the launch lineup are the following:

Tripwire's Terrifying Mutant Shooter Killing Floor Is Coming To Oculus Rift

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Tripwire's Terrifying Mutant Shooter Killing Floor Is Coming To Oculus Rift

Tripwire Interactive is bringing its mutant-killing shooter Killing Floor to VR. Killing Floor: Incursion isn't a port of either the original entry or its in-development sequel. It's something brand new.

Players will have access to both firearms and melee weapons as they explore a variety of environments. They'll need to scavenge for gear to survive the hordes of bloodthirsty mutants.

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You Can Now Design Your Own Custom Xbox One Controller

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During Microsoft's E3 2016 press conference, the company revealed a new program that allows players to create an custom-colored Xbox One controller.

The website for designing your controller is live now, and allows you to customize the colors on the main body of the controller, as well as the bumpers, triggers, d-pad, face buttons and more. A wide variety of new colors are available, and you can even have a message engraved onto the controller. The price for the controller starts at $79.99, and goes up depending on what extras you want. Microsoft announced a few small improvements to the controller alongside the Xbox One S reveal, including textured grips and increased wireless range. You can check out a video of the design lab below.

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Superhot VR Launches First For Oculus Touch

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Superhot VR Launches First For Oculus Touch

Two years ago at E3, we had the chance to try a prototype version of Superhot designed for Oculus Rift. After the game launched this year, the Superhot team strongly suggested VR would happen at some point. Now we know it's not just a port.

Oculus is teaming with the indie team to release Superhot VR for Oculus Touch sometime in 2016. A trailer announcing the project, which has been in development for three years, shows off how motion control and dual wielding impact the experience.

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Crackdown 3 Delayed Out Of 2016

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Crackdown 3 Delayed Out Of 2016

Players will have to wait a bit longer to jump back into Crackdown's destructive sandbox; Reagent Games has announced Crackdown 3 as been delayed until 2017.

Reagent Games' creative director Dave Jones announced the delay on the official Crackdown website. Jones didn't give a new window beyond 2017, and the game wasn't shown during Microsoft's press conference. Microsoft had previously announced that Crackdown 3's destruction-focused multiplayer would launch this summer ahead of the main campaign.

On the bright side, Jones announced that Crackdown 3 would be part of Microsoft's Xbox Play Anywhere initiative, allowing fans to cross-buy and cross-play the game on Xbox One and PC.

ReCore Costs $40, Supports Cross-Buy/Cross-Play With Xbox Play Anywhere

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ReCore Costs $40, Supports Cross-Buy/Cross-Play With Xbox Play Anywhere

The upcoming action game ReCore costs $40 when it launches. In addition, ReCore supports cross-play and cross-buy with the Windows 10 version through Xbox's new Play Anywhere initiative.

ReCore is the latest project of Keiji Inafune and Comcept in collaboration with Metroid Prime developers Armature. The game follows the story of Joule Adams as she ventures through the barren desert of Far Eden with robotic companions.

If you want to spend more than the announced $40 price-point, you'll be able to do that through the $180 ReCore Collector's Edition, which includes a large hand-painted statue, an exclusive steelbook, a lithograph, and a decoder dial. ReCore is set to launch on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs on September 13.

Bethesda's Todd Howard Says The Studio Has Two Major Projects Before The Elder Scrolls 6

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Bethesda's Todd Howard Says The Studio Has Two Major Projects Before The Elder Scrolls 6

Todd Howard of Bethesda Game Studios has confirmed that fans of the Elder Scrolls series will need to wait a bit more before we see the next numbered entry in the series.

Speaking to Geoff Keighley on YouTube Live, Howard said that the studio has two more major projects planned prior to us seeing The Elder Scrolls 6.

The last numbered entry in The Elder Scrolls was The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The game garnered universal critical acclaim and was yesterday announced to be receiving the remaster treatment. In the meantime, fans can experience The Elder Scrolls series through MMO The Elder Scrolls Online and the upcoming CCG game The Elder Scrolls: Legends.