Soulcalibur VI's Launch Trailer Tells A Tale Of Swords And Souls

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Soulcalibur VI's Launch Trailer Tells A Tale Of Swords And Souls

Soulcalibur fans have waited a number of years for a new game and are finally getting it in the form of Soulcalibur VI. As we wait patiently for release and for the online servers to be turned on, there is still one last trailer to watch before the game officially comes out. Bandai Namco has provided a Soulcalibur launch trailer to get you just a bit more hyped up for the game.

The trailer takes you through the roster, what you can expect from the game's critical arts and major fights, and even take a look at the game's story mode and transformation. It turns out everyone has a little bit of a monster in them and some of the others are just straight up monsters.

Soulcalibur VI releases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 19.

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When Accounting launched a few years ago, the employment-comedy virtual reality genre was still pretty nascent though large enough to have spawned a number of differently themed games already. The PlayStation VR got its hands on Accounting in 2016 and its DLC, Accounting+, the following year. 

Now Accounting+ is available on Oculus and Vive stores. Part of that means that the William Pugh- and Justin Roiland-written game gets its own launch trailer with precisely those two people, which you can watch below if you need a laugh today.

Accounting+ is now available on Oculus, Vive, and PlayStation VR.

You Will Be Able To Battle Masters For Titles

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You Will Be Able To Battle Masters For Titles

The latest trailer for Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu And Eevee reveals a new mechanic where you will be able to earn titles by defeating masters of specific Pokémon with specific Pokémon. For example, if you want to be called a Charizard Master by the nurses at the Pokémon Centers, then you need to track down the Charizard Master in the world and fight their Charizard with you're Charizard and defeat them.

Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu And Eevee is coming to Switch November 16. For more on the game, head here for an interview with longtime Pokémon producer/director/composer, Junichi Masuda.

In Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu And Eevee You Will Be Able To Battle Masters For Titles

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In Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu And Eevee You Will Be Able To Battle Masters For Titles

The latest trailer for Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu And Eevee reveals a new mechanic where you will be able to earn titles by defeating masters of specific Pokémon with specific Pokémon. For example, if you want to be called a Charizard Master by the nurses at the Pokémon Centers, then you need to track down the Charizard Master in the world and fight their Charizard with you're Charizard and defeat them.

Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu And Eevee is coming to Switch November 16. For more on the game, head here for an interview with longtime Pokémon producer/director/composer, Junichi Masuda.

Nier Automata's Composer Arranges Mega Man Music For Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

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Nier Automata's Composer Arranges Mega Man Music For Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

A while back, we pointed out that the official Super Smash Bros. Ultimate site has been posting music samples for the game's new arrangements. It's not surprising, with the game boasting over 900 tracks, they're clearly proud of the soundtrack they're compiling. However, one new track posted this week definitely stands tall among what they've shown so far.

Flash Man's theme rearranged by composer Keiichi Okabe is an utterly fantastic rendition of the old theme with an added bit of guitar preceding it. You might know Okabe from some of his other works, like Tekken, Nier, and Nier Automata, as well. Take a listen below.

Flash Man is one of Mega Man 2's eight robot masters, so obviously his music is going to play on Mega Man's stage within the game. Conveniently, you can change how frequently you hear any song, so if you really dig this arrangement, you could make it the only song that plays on the stage.

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A while back, we pointed out that the official Super Smash Bros. Ultimate site has been posting music samples for the game's new arrangements. It's not surprising, with the game boasting over 900 tracks, they're clearly proud of the soundtrack they're compiling. However, one new track posted this week definitely stands tall among what they've shown so far.

Flash Man's theme rearranged by composer Keiichi Okabe is an utterly fantastic rendition of the old theme with an added bit of guitar preceding it. You might know Okabe from some of his other works, like Tekken, Nier, and Nier Automata, as well. Take a listen below.

Flash Man is one of Mega Man 2's eight robot masters, so obviously his music is going to play on Mega Man's stage within the game. Conveniently, you can change how frequently you hear any song, so if you really dig this arrangement, you could make it the only song that plays on the stage.

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Aloft Studio has announced that its 16-bit action title, Hazelnut Bastille, will launch its Kickstarter campaign in less than a week. The developer had previously announced that Secret of Mana composer Hiroki Kikuta is contributing to the soundtrack.

Hazelnut Bastille takes direct inspiration from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Aloft hopes to stay true to the style through visuals, soundtrack, and overall level design. The story focuses on a young girl on a quest to a far-off land to retrieve something that was lost to her. Looking at the trailer below, it's easy to see and hear the Zelda inspiration.

The Kickstarter campaign is set to launch on October 23 at 8 a.m. Eastern and will run through November 29. You can watch the first full trailer for Hazelnut Bastille below.

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Aloft Studio has announced that its 16-bit action title, Hazelnut Bastille, will launch its Kickstarter campaign in less than a week. The developer had previously announced that Secret of Mana composer Hiroki Kikuta is contributing to the soundtrack.

Hazelnut Bastille takes direct inspiration from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Aloft hopes to stay true to the style through visuals, soundtrack, and overall level design. The story focuses on a young girl on a quest to a far-off land to retrieve something that was lost to her. Looking at the trailer below, it's easy to see and hear the Zelda inspiration.

The Kickstarter campaign is set to launch on October 23 at 8 a.m. Eastern and will run through November 29. You can watch the first full trailer for Hazelnut Bastille below.

Zelda-Inspired Hazelnut Bastille Begins Kickstarter Campaign Next Week

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Zelda-Inspired Hazelnut Bastille Begins Kickstarter Campaign Next Week

Aloft Studio has announced that its 16-bit action title, Hazelnut Bastille, will launch its Kickstarter campaign in less than a week. The developer had previously announced that Secret of Mana composer Hiroki Kikuta is contributing to the soundtrack.

Hazelnut Bastille takes direct inspiration from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Aloft hopes to stay true to the style through visuals, soundtrack, and overall level design. The story focuses on a young girl on a quest to a far-off land to retrieve something that was lost to her. Looking at the trailer below, it's easy to see and hear the Zelda inspiration.

The Kickstarter campaign is set to launch on October 23 at 8 a.m. Eastern and will run through November 29. You can watch the first full trailer for Hazelnut Bastille below.

Imogen Heap Creating Music For The Quiet Man, New Details About Story

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Imogen Heap Creating Music For The Quiet Man, New Details About Story

Square Enix's The Quiet Man, an extremely odd single-sitting narrative adventure beat 'em up, will be getting its main title theme from Grammy-nominated artist and songwriter Imogen Heap. Nothing more is known about the track, but Square Enix insists they will give more details at a later date.

It was also found by Gematsu this week that The Quiet Man will be playable with sounds and speech in subsequent playthroughs. The first playthrough of the game has no sound or dialogue that lets the players interpret the story in their own way. If you want to know how it was actually written, you can play the game a second time. From a Square Enix stream, the publisher said they want the player to understand what it is like to be deaf, like the protagonist Dane.

The Quiet Man releases on PlayStation 4 and PC on November 1.