Report: Disney’s DuckTales Returns In 2017 With New Series

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Life is like a hurricane, and we'll be returning to Duckburg. Reports have surfaced that Disney is planning a new DuckTales series to air on one of its networks.

Deadline Hollywood reports that Scrooge McDuck, his nephews Huey Dewey, and Louie, and a number of other familiar characters are returning. The report says that the series will air on Disney XD.

The original program, which spawned two Capcom-published titles for NES and Game Boy, ran for four seasons between 1987 and 1990. In 2013, Capcom published DuckTales: Remastered, a revamped version of the original.

The Evil Within DLC Will Shock You All Over Again In March

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The Evil Within DLC Will Shock You All Over Again In March

Bethesda has announced the release date for The Evil Within’s first story add-on. The new arc features Castellanos’ partner, Juli Kidman and introduces new enemies.

The Assignment takes place concurrently with The Evil Within, and explains Kidman’s whereabouts during parts of the story. It will conclude in the second DLC chapter, The Consequence.

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Square Enix Is Bringing Dragon Quest Heroes To PlayStation 4 In The West

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Square Enix Is Bringing Dragon Quest Heroes To PlayStation 4 In The West

Last year, Koei Tecmo and Omega Force teamed up with Nintendo to create Hyrule Warriors. The mashup combined The Legend of Zelda’s lore with Dynasty Warriors gameplay.

Today, Square Enix has announced a new Musou mashup. Dragon Quest Heroes will be arriving this year in the west on PlayStation 4.

Dragon Quest series creator Yuji Horii and series composer Koichi Sugiyama are attached to the project. The title will be released later this year. The title was first announced during Square Enix's pre-TGS conference alongside a special edition Slime-covered console.

Where's Our Homeworld Remastered Collection Review?

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The Homeworld Remastered Collection launches today, but we're going to take some time to see just how well this modern day take on the 1999 classic holds up today with a fresh coat of space paint.

Our review will go live once we've blasted our way through the single-player campaign and checked out the mulitplayer functionality, along with putting all the new bells and whistles through the paces.

The original game is widely recognized as an excellent real-time strategy game and we're excited to blaze new trails through the galaxy with this remastered edition! This collection includes remastered versions of both Homeworld and Homeworld 2 along with classic editions for both titles.

Fans Bring The Canceled, Unfinished Sonic X-Treme To Life

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Fans Bring The Canceled, Unfinished Sonic X-Treme To Life

A motivated group on the Sonic Retro Forums has painstakingly ported the cancelled, unfinished Sega Saturn 3D Sonic title Sonic X-Treme to PC so it can be played on modern machines.

You can check out some gameplay footage of the port in the video below, and find out more about the project and how to play it yourself by heading here. So far, only one level has been released, but the group hopes to release more over time.

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Bikes Meet Wacky Blade Runner Style In Trials Fusion DLC

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Bikes Meet Wacky Blade Runner Style In Trials Fusion DLC

Ubisoft's Trials series isn't shy about injecting its high-octane courses with spectacular backdrops and explosions. The upcoming Fault One Zero DLC ratchets things up even further, taking Trials Fusion into the futuristic city of Megalopolis. Check out the robots, neon skylines, and holograms galore in the newly revealed trailer and screenshots.

The trailer below begins by teasing fans into thinking the DLC's art style might feature a Sin City-esque black-and-white look before exploding into a cityscape of color. You can get another look at Fault One Zero in the screens below.

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Ask Us Your Rise Of The Tomb Raider Questions For Our Special Edition Podcast

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Ask Us Your Rise Of The Tomb Raider Questions For Our Special Edition Podcast

We've offered up a substantial amount of information about Lara's upcoming adventure to Siberia in this year's Rise of the Tomb Raider. However, no matter how many details we dish out about about the game, there are still several big questions gamers want to know. Send us those questions for our upcoming podcast interview with Crystal Dynamics.

Simply put your question(s) in the comments section below, and we'll consider it for inclusion in the upcoming podcast. You'll even get a shout-out on the air. Think of all the internet fame!

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Lords of the Fallen: Ancient Labyrinth DLC Hits Next Month

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Lords of the Fallen: Ancient Labyrinth DLC Hits Next Month

Explore an ancient library in a realm between human and demon worlds in the upcoming Lords of the Fallen: Anicent Labyrinth DLC.  

This story DLC delves deep into hidden secrets and comes with all-new enemies to combat. New weapons, armor, and shields will be included. Get a glimpse of the new enemies and gear in the trailer and screenshots below.

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[Update] Sony Recommits To Driveclub PlayStation Plus Edition

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[Update] Sony Recommits To Driveclub PlayStation Plus Edition

Update: While Sony Computer Entertainment America has yet to respond to us, it seems that our European colleagues were able to make some headway. Following yesterday's equivocal quotes from PlayStation's European boss, Jim Ryan, Sony decided to be a bit more concrete.

Speaking with Eurogamer, Sony says that server capacity is still standing between PlayStation Plus members and the free, scaled down version of Driveclub. No release window has been mentioned.

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Ultimate Parkour Fails Remind Us Mirror’s Edge And Dying Light Are Harder Than They Look

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Ultimate Parkour Fails Remind Us Mirror’s Edge And Dying Light Are Harder Than They Look

Last generation, Mirror’s Edge and Assassin’s Creed introduced parkour, a form of stylish urban movement, to video gaming. This gave people who thought they could skate like Tony Hawk or ride like Dave Mirra a chance to hurt themselves all over again.

Over the years, free running has become a more common part of traversal in gaming. And, the more frequently it appears, the more likely someone is to think that if it looks easy in a game, it must be easy in real life.

The video below, a painful compilation of parkour fails, reminds us that the human body is fragile. We do not have reset buttons, we can only set bones. We don’t have checkpoints, we can only get neurological checks after head trauma.