Insane Indie Combat Racer Grip Comes To Console

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The explosive, high speed racing game, Grip, will be coming to console this fall. Developed by Caged Element, the combat-infused racing game allows you to drive on nearly any surface, switching to walls and ceilings at will.

The game takes place across numerous alien worlds and environments, where you can battle it out with friends via split-screen or online.  Announced in a new trailer, the title will make its way to PlayStation 4.

Grip is a spiritual successor to the 1998 PlayStation and PC racer Rollcage, and the game has been in Steam early-access since Feburary 2, 2016.

Insane Indie Combat Racer Grip Comes To Console

about X hours ago from

The explosive, high speed racing game, Grip, will be coming to console this fall. Developed by Caged Element, the combat-infused racing game allows you to drive on nearly any surface, switching to walls and ceilings at will.

The game takes place across numerous alien worlds and environments, where you can battle it out with friends via split-screen or online.  Announced in a new trailer, the title will make its way to PlayStation 4.

Grip is a spiritual successor to the 1998 PlayStation and PC racer Rollcage, and the game has been in Steam early-access since Feburary 2, 2016.

Cyberpunk Card Game Android: Netrunner Is Shutting Down

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A complex and tech-focused card game, Android: Netrunner made our Top Ten Tabletop Games list back in 2012. Now, after six years of support from Fantasy Flight Games, the studio has announced that it will stop selling all Netrunner-related merchandise and hosting events based around the game. 

In a blog on its site, Fantasy Flight Games explained that its "current licensing term is coming to an end," but that the Android universe would continue in the future.  

The two-player game was less approachable than juggernauts like Magic: The Gathering, but had variety and options to make up for that. In each game, one person was the head of a futuristic corporation and the other played a hacker trying to infiltrate the company's systems. 

Hot On The Heels Of Vampyr, Dontnod Announces Twin Mirror

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In the flurry of leaks and rumors prior to E3, it's refreshing to see a game intentionally announced with a standard trailer. Such is the case with Twin Mirror, a new title from Vampyr and Life is Strange developer Dontnod.

In the trailer, a man begrudgingly returns to a small town after the death of a journalist and experiences all sort of supernatural events. It's immediately reminiscent of Stephen King or Alan Wake, the intimate setting lending itself to uneasy circumstances. The title of the game, Twin Mirror, is suggestive of another surreal small-town story: Twin Peaks.

The video offers few details on gameplay, but the glimpses of combat suggest that the game will be action-focused, similar to Vampyr or Remember Me rather than Life is Strange.

Devolver Digital Teasing Something Metal Wolf Chaos-Related

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Metal Wolf Chaos is one of gaming's most perplexing titles. Released in Japan in 2004, the Xbox exclusive cast you as the President of the United States, who battles evildoers with his giant mechanized suit of power armor when he's not busy leading the free world.

The game was also developed by From Software years before the company released a little title called Demon's Souls, so naturally Western gamers have been curious about the game for a while now. However, despite From's leap to fame with Souls and the fact that the game's audio is already in english, Metal Wolf Chaos has never been released in the West.

That might soon change. 

Dead Or Alive 6 Revealed, Coming In 2019

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Despite a confusing event last year that suggested Dead or Alive was maybe on hiatus, it looks like we've got a new numbered entry in the fighting series on the way.

IGN nabbed an exclusive reveal and trailer (you can watch it here) that showcases old favorites like Ryu and Kasumi duking it out in a ring. According to the trailer, the game will be out in "Early 2019" for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

The official site teases that an update will be coming on June 11.

Steam Ad Accidentally Promotes Just Cause 4 Ahead Of Official Announcement

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Perhaps this year's E3 will be one best known for leaks or perhaps everyone will eventually forget they learned everything early in time, but we can add one more vertical line to the ongoing tally of early announcements.

Already leaked in the infamous Wal-Mart Canada retailer listing, Just Cause 4 has now been doubly leaked via Steam's pop-up advertisements on the store. User @mrchicken388 alerted us to the ad with a tweet and Kotaku also independently confirmed seeing the ad.

Hey @Andrew_Reiner look what I found on Steam. pic.twitter.com/EhM2fZBQI6

Steam Ad Accidentally Promotes Just Cause 4 Ahead Of Official Announcement

about X hours ago from

Perhaps this year's E3 will be one best known for leaks or perhaps everyone will eventually forget they learned everything early in time, but we can add one more vertical line to the ongoing tally of early announcements.

Already leaked in the infamous Wal-Mart Canada retailer listing, Just Cause 4 has now been doubly leaked via Steam's pop-up advertisements on the store. User @mrchicken388 alerted us to the ad with a tweet and Kotaku also independently confirmed seeing the ad.

Hey @Andrew_Reiner look what I found on Steam. pic.twitter.com/EhM2fZBQI6

Freedom Planet Confirmed For Switch

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Developer GalaxyTrail has been teasing a port of their Sonic-inspired platformer Freedom Planet for a number of months now and has finally confirmed that the port is coming.

The sequel, Freedom Planet 2, has been in development for a while, but the original game hadn't been confirmed. The last tease, a Freedom Planet box on top of a Switch, was played off as a joke that wasn't meant to imply a port. XSEED has seemingly stepped in to publish the game, however.

Freedom Planet is expected to launch on Switch this Fall, with the game playable at E3. Freedom Planet 2 is still targeting 2019.

Freedom Planet Confirmed For Switch

about X hours ago from

Developer GalaxyTrail has been teasing a port of their Sonic-inspired platformer Freedom Planet for a number of months now and has finally confirmed that the port is coming.

The sequel, Freedom Planet 2, has been in development for a while, but the original game hadn't been confirmed. The last tease, a Freedom Planet box on top of a Switch, was played off as a joke that wasn't meant to imply a port. XSEED has seemingly stepped in to publish the game, however.

Freedom Planet is expected to launch on Switch this Fall, with the game playable at E3. Freedom Planet 2 is still targeting 2019.