Android 17 Announced As A Stand-Alone Fighter For Dragon Ball FighterZ

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Android 17 Announced As A Stand-Alone Fighter For Dragon Ball FighterZ

Japanese magazine V-Jump has confirmed that Android 17 is set to release in the next Dragon Ball Fighterz DLC as a stand-alone fighter. Though he has been in the game previously as a support character for his twin sister, Android 18, the playable Android 17 will more closely resemble his character in Dragon Ball Super

His arsenal of attacks will include:

The DLC will be released late September for $4.99 (or as part of the FighteZ season pass) and coincides with an update bringing a new Space Arena stage for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and, though not mentioned in the original article, probably PC. Switch users will have to wait for a later date. 

Android 17 Announced As A Stand-Alone Fighter For Dragon Ball FighterZ

about X hours ago from
Android 17 Announced As A Stand-Alone Fighter For Dragon Ball FighterZ

Japanese magazine V-Jump has confirmed that Android 17 is set to release in the next Dragon Ball Fighterz DLC as a stand-alone fighter. Though he has been in the game previously as a support character for his twin sister, Android 18, the playable Android 17 will more closely resemble his character in Dragon Ball Super

His arsenal of attacks will include:

The DLC will be released late September for $4.99 (or as part of the FighteZ season pass) and coincides with an update bringing a new Space Arena stage for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and, though not mentioned in the original article, probably PC. Switch users will have to wait for a later date. 

Update: Android 17 Announced As A Stand-Alone Fighter For Dragon Ball FighterZ

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Update: Android 17 Announced As A Stand-Alone Fighter For Dragon Ball FighterZ

Update (10:41 a.m. CT): Bandai Namco tweeted an official reveal for Android 17 this morning featuring some in-game pictures. But that's not all, the Dragon Ball FighterZ publisher also promised a trailer dedicated to the android's move-set tomorrow. 

The original story is as follows:

Japanese magazine V-Jump has confirmed that Android 17 is set to release in the next Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC as a stand-alone fighter. Though he has been in the game previously as a support character for his twin sister, Android 18, the playable Android 17 will more closely resemble his character in Dragon Ball Super

Exclusive Details On Grandia And Grandia II HD Remaster

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Exclusive Details On Grandia And Grandia II HD Remaster

While in town for Tokyo Game Show, we had the opportunity to stop by GungHo’s offices and have them dish to us about what’s in store for the Grandia and Grandia II HD Remaster. The Remaster of the first two Grandia games was announced last month for Switch and PC. The Grandia series captured fans hearts in the PS1/Sega Saturn era for its lighthearted nature and fun battle system where you interrupt opponents’ attacks by timing your own correctly. 

Here is the list of new and updated features Gung Ho provided us: 

Note: This isn't an exhaustive list of everything. GungHo is still working on adding more features, which it will announce at a later date.

Exclusive Details On Grandia And Grandia II HD Remaster

about X hours ago from
Exclusive Details On Grandia And Grandia II HD Remaster

While in town for Tokyo Game Show, we had the opportunity to stop by GungHo’s offices and have them dish to us about what’s in store for the Grandia and Grandia II HD Remaster. The Remaster of the first two Grandia games was announced last month for Switch and PC. The Grandia series captured fans hearts in the PS1/Sega Saturn era for its lighthearted nature and fun battle system where you interrupt opponents’ attacks by timing your own correctly. 

Here is the list of new and updated features Gung Ho provided us: 

In a surprising move, GungHo confirmed it currently only has plans to release this collection in North America and Europe – to much dismay of Japanese fans clamoring for it. 

Korean Ratings Board Lists PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds For PS4

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Korean Ratings Board Lists PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds For PS4

The Korean Ratings Board has posted a listing for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for PS4, a title which is currently only on Xbox One, PC, and mobile.

At E3 2017, Microsoft announced that it was publishing the title for Xbox One, and afterwards the company was careful to point out that the game was a "console launch exclusive." 

Since then PUBG Corp CEO Chang Han Kim said that the goal is to have the game on every system and that the choice to go with Xbox One at the time was due to the fact that Microsoft has an early access period while Sony does not.

Korean Ratings Board Lists PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds For PS4

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Korean Ratings Board Lists PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds For PS4

The Korean Ratings Board has posted a listing for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for PS4, a title which is currently only on Xbox One, PC, and mobile.

At E3 2017, Microsoft announced that it was publishing the title for Xbox One, and afterwards the company was careful to point out that the game was a "console launch exclusive." 

Since then PUBG Corp CEO Chang Han Kim said that the goal is to have the game on every system and that the choice to go with Xbox One at the time was due to the fact that Microsoft has an early access period while Sony does not.

Horror Game Home Sweet Home Launches On PS4 And Xbox One Just In Time For Halloween

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Horror Game Home Sweet Home Launches On PS4 And Xbox One Just In Time For Halloween

Released on PC last year, Home Sweet Home is a horror game uniquely based on Thai lore and mythology that has been floating around YouTuber videos for the last year. Now the game launches on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on October 9. A separate PlayStation VR version is also available the same day.

You can check out the trailer of the game from its PC release below. Keep in mind, it is a horror title, so don't watch if you're squeamish.

The game is releasing at retail a few days later on October 16 exclusively at GameStop. The retail version is only for PlayStation 4 and includes both the regular game and the PlayStation VR edition.

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Released on PC last year, Home Sweet Home is a horror game uniquely based on Thai lore and mythology that has been floating around YouTuber videos for the last year. Now the game launches on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on October 9. A separate PlayStation VR version is also available the same day.

You can check out the trailer of the game from its PC release below. Keep in mind, it is a horror title, so don't watch if you're squeamish.

The game is releasing at retail a few days later on October 16 exclusively at GameStop. The retail version is only for PlayStation 4 and includes both the regular game and the PlayStation VR edition.

Sony Reveals PlayStation Classic Mini-Console, Comes With 20 PlayStation Games

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Sony Reveals PlayStation Classic Mini-Console, Comes With 20 PlayStation Games

Sony has announced the PlayStation Classic, a mini-console akin to the NES Classic or SNES Classic from Nintendo, which contains twenty PlayStation games built-in.

While Sony has not given a full list of all the games available yet, their website announcing the product lists Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms as games included. Those games are also included in the reveal trailer, which you can find below.

The device has HDMI output and two controllers for local multiplayer titles. The miniature PlayStation will retail for $99 in the U.S. and is intended to release on December 3, twenty-four years to the day of the PlayStation's Japanese launch.