Frank Ocean Teases New 'Blonded' Grand Theft Auto Radio Station

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Frank Ocean Teases New 'Blonded' Grand Theft Auto Radio Station

With the new Doomsday Heist expansion about to hit Grand Theft Auto Online, Rockstar has a few tricks left up its sleeve. Tonight R&B sensation Frank Ocean posted an image on his Tumblr indicating his popular "Blonded" Beats 1 radio show is getting a Los Santos edition. 

The first song being teased is Ocean's hit "Crack Rock" from the 2012 debut album Channel Orange, but we assume Ocean will also curate some songs for the station as well.

Last month, Ocean revealed that his fifth studio album is complete. Maybe we'll get an in-game tease?

Frank Ocean Teases New 'Blonded' Grand Theft Auto Radio Station

about X hours ago from
Frank Ocean Teases New 'Blonded' Grand Theft Auto Radio Station

With the new Doomsday Heist expansion about to hit Grand Theft Auto Online, Rockstar has a few tricks left up its sleeve. Tonight R&B sensation Frank Ocean posted an image on his Tumblr indicating his popular "Blonded" Beats 1 radio show is getting a Los Santos edition. 

The first song being teased is Ocean's hit "Crack Rock" from the 2012 debut album Channel Orange, but we assume Ocean will also curate some songs for the station as well.

Last month, Ocean revealed that his fifth studio album is complete. Maybe we'll get an in-game tease?

My Hero Academia Artist Creates Original Last Jedi Poster

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My Hero Academia Artist Creates Original Last Jedi Poster

The artist and author behind the super hero comics-inspired manga and anime drew a special promotional poster for the latest Star Wars film, and it doesn't disappoint.

In the same style as My Hero Academia, Kōhei Horikoshi's poster for Star Wars: The Last Jedi features the films biggest players like Rei, Finn, Luke, and Captain Phasma on the cover taking center stage. The poster was included with the latest issue of Shonen Jump. Horikoshi, who is a professed fan of Star Wars, included comments on his excitement for the new movie, in particular learning about the relationship between Rei and Luke.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi comes to theaters December 15. My Hero Academia, meanwhile, makes its debut in console video games with the recently announced My Hero Academia: One's Justice for PlayStation 4 and  Nintendo Switch. More details on the game will be revealed during Shonen Jump's Jump Festa event later this month, but you can check out some screens of the game that are currently available.

My Hero Academia Artist Creates Original Last Jedi Poster

about X hours ago from
My Hero Academia Artist Creates Original Last Jedi Poster

The artist and author behind the super hero comics-inspired manga and anime drew a special promotional poster for the latest Star Wars film, and it doesn't disappoint.

In the same style as My Hero Academia, Kōhei Horikoshi's poster for Star Wars: The Last Jedi features the films biggest players like Rei, Finn, Luke, and Captain Phasma on the cover taking center stage. The poster was included with the latest issue of Shonen Jump. Horikoshi, who is a professed fan of Star Wars, included comments on his excitement for the new movie, in particular learning about the relationship between Rei and Luke.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi comes to theaters December 15. My Hero Academia, meanwhile, makes its debut in console video games with the recently announced My Hero Academia: One's Justice for PlayStation 4 and  Nintendo Switch. More details on the game will be revealed during Shonen Jump's Jump Festa event later this month, but you can check out some screens of the game that are currently available.

A New Character Appears

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A New Character Appears

Overkill, the team behind the cooperative heist shoot 'em up Payday, announced back in 2014 that it would be working on a Walking Dead game. We haven't heard much about it since then, but today we got a first glimpse at one of the characters we'll be playing as in this four player co-op shooter courtesy of a new trailer. 

The trailer focuses on Aidan, a man living in Washington D.C. and dealing with his daily responsibilities about as well as most of do. The trailer then cuts to Aidan walking around a post-apocalyptic D.C. strewn with "dead" bodies and taking on a group of zombies with a club. He seems to enjoys this a lot more than his life before the zombie apocalypse.

Overkill's The Walking Dead will feature a mix of first person shooter and survival gameplay, as players work together to fight zombies and humans. The trailer confirms the game's D.C. setting and a fall 2018 release date.

A New Character Appears

about X hours ago from
A New Character Appears

Overkill, the team behind the cooperative heist shoot 'em up Payday, announced back in 2014 that it would be working on a Walking Dead game. We haven't heard much about it since then, but today we got a first glimpse at one of the characters we'll be playing as in this four player co-op shooter courtesy of a new trailer. 

The trailer focuses on Aidan, a man living in Washington D.C. and dealing with his daily responsibilities about as well as most of do. The trailer then cuts to Aidan walking around a post-apocalyptic D.C. strewn with "dead" bodies and taking on a group of zombies with a club. He seems to enjoys this a lot more than his life before the zombie apocalypse.

Overkill's The Walking Dead will feature a mix of first person shooter and survival gameplay, as players work together to fight zombies and humans. The trailer confirms the game's D.C. setting and a fall 2018 release date.

Hideo Kojima Talks Gameplay Details For Death Stranding

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Hideo Kojima Talks Gameplay Details For Death Stranding

For all the fuss that the three Death Stranding trailers we've gotten over the past two years have caused, we've received essentially no details on gameplay...until today. In a recent interview Kojima himself, IGN learned some scraps of gameplay information, particularly how the game will deal with player death and failure:

From what Kojima told us, here's how it sounds -- when you’re ready to return to the world of the living, you can get back into your body. However, unlike most games which set you back to a point before you died, Death Stranding acknowledges your defeat, and seems to even embrace it. You’re transported back to the world after your death -- like in Dark Souls or roguelikes -- where your actions maintain an aura of persistence. The mechanic of “dying” is ubiquitous in video games, but it sounds as though Kojima is implementing systems inspired by purgatory and reincarnation as well.

For more gameplay details, and some of Kojima's amusing thoughts on fan theories, head over to the article here.

Hideo Kojima Talks Gameplay Details For Death Stranding

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Hideo Kojima Talks Gameplay Details For Death Stranding

For all the fuss that the three Death Stranding trailers we've gotten over the past two years have caused, we've received essentially no details on gameplay, until today. In a recent interview Kojima himself, IGN learned some scraps of gameplay information, particularly how the game will deal with player death and failure:

From what Kojima told us, here's how it sounds -- when you’re ready to return to the world of the living, you can get back into your body. However, unlike most games which set you back to a point before you died, Death Stranding acknowledges your defeat, and seems to even embrace it. You’re transported back to the world after your death -- like in Dark Souls or roguelikes -- where your actions maintain an aura of persistence. The mechanic of “dying” is ubiquitous in video games, but it sounds as though Kojima is implementing systems inspired by purgatory and reincarnation as well.

For more gameplay details, and some of Kojima's amusing thoughts on fan theories, head over to the article here.

Bandai Namco Reveals One Piece: World Seeker

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Bandai Namco Reveals One Piece: World Seeker

The long running anime and manga series One Piece has a new open world title on its way to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Announced through the company's official Twitter account and a press release, One Piece: World Seeker is a new open world title set in the One piece universe. Players take the role of Monkey D. "Straw Hat" Luffy, battling through and exploring new locations including cities, castles, and more.

HUNGRY FOR MORE ADVENTURE! Get ready to experience a brand new chapter in the epic ONE PIECE saga. Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates return in ONE PIECE: World Seeker. This open-ended action adventure is coming to PlayStation 4, X1, and PC in 2018. Check out these first screens! pic.twitter.com/F8gi9qzAyK

Indie Game About Discovering Pornography Banned From Steam

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Indie Game About Discovering Pornography Banned From Steam

You Must Be 18 Years Or Older To Enter is a curious kind of horror game. Your parents have left the house unattended so you take the chance to boot up your PC and log onto the internet to, well, look at pornography.

While there is mature imagery, its graphics are presented with ASCII letters. The game, offered free of charge, made it through the Steam Greenlight process back in March and has received positive reviews from critics for being an "untraditional" horror experience. However, as one of the developers James Earl Cox recounts in his Gamasutra blog post, the game was ultimately pulled from the store. We reached out to Cox and he said that in his discussions with Valve, the company seemed to believe that the art was clearly pornographic by Valve's rules. He then said:

In the brief exchange we had with Valve, I tried to ground the conversation by pointing out how widely received the game was on the grounds that it isn't porn. For instance, Tokyo Game Show displayed it in their Indie Pavilion without a single question, and that's a nation with serious censorship laws.