Dead Or Alive 6 Launches In February, Trailer Confirms Returning Characters And Pre-Order Bonuses

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Dead Or Alive 6 Launches In February, Trailer Confirms Returning Characters And Pre-Order Bonuses

Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja have announced today that their newest fighting game, Dead or Alive 6, will be releasing on February 15. A new trailer released to announce the date shows some returning characters as scenes from the game's story mode, as well.

The trailer shows returning characters Ayane, Marie Rose, and Honoka, who will be joining the game's base roster. Nyotengu and Phase 4 will be DLC, with the former being a pre-order bonus and the latter being in the game's special edition. It is unknown if they will be added to the game as separate purchases, as well.

The trailer also shows the game's story mode, which looks to be fairly similar to Dead or Alive 5's, which the director commented to us was "very hard to understand," so it seems likely it will undergo some structural changes.

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Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja have announced today that their newest fighting game, Dead or Alive 6, will be releasing on February 15. A new trailer released to announce the date shows some returning characters as scenes from the game's story mode, as well.

The trailer shows returning characters Ayane, Marie Rose, and Honoka, who will be joining the game's base roster. Nyotengu and Phase 4 will be DLC, with the former being a pre-order bonus and the latter being in the game's special edition. It is unknown if they will be added to the game as separate purchases, as well.

The trailer also shows the game's story mode, which looks to be fairly similar to Dead or Alive 5's, which the director commented to us was "very hard to understand," so it seems likely it will undergo some structural changes.

Left Alive's New Trailer Showcases The Three Playable Protagonists

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Left Alive's New Trailer Showcases The Three Playable Protagonists

A year after its reveal at Tokyo Game Show, the Square Enix survival shooter Left Alive is still a mysterious project we don't know a ton about. The latest trailer introduces us to the characters and story driving the action.

Led by Armored Core director Toshifumi Nabeshima and former Metal Gear artist Yoji Shinkawa, Left Alive is a Front Mission spin-off set during a war-ravaged future where mechs roam the streets taking out anyone stupid enough to walk into their crosshairs. Players take the role of three different characters struggling to survive the Invasion of Novo Slava.

Left Alive comes out February 28 in Japan, but won't head to North America until later in 2019.

Left Alive's New Trailer Showcases The Three Playable Protagonists

about X hours ago from
Left Alive's New Trailer Showcases The Three Playable Protagonists

A year after its reveal at Tokyo Game Show, the Square Enix survival shooter Left Alive is still a mysterious project we don't know a ton about. The latest trailer introduces us to the characters and story driving the action.

Led by Armored Core director Toshifumi Nabeshima and former Metal Gear artist Yoji Shinkawa, Left Alive is a Front Mission spin-off set during a war-ravaged future where mechs roam the streets taking out anyone stupid enough to walk into their crosshairs. Players take the role of three different characters struggling to survive the Invasion of Novo Slava.

Left Alive comes out February 28 in Japan, but won't head to North America until later in 2019.

Latest Sekiro Trailer Shows Off Tenchu-Like Stealth Mechanics

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Latest Sekiro Trailer Shows Off Tenchu-Like Stealth Mechanics

Amid the flood of early Tokyo Game Show trailers in advance of the show, Activision and From Software dropped another look at their punishing ninja game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. 

The latest trailer serves as a strong showcase for the gameplay, showing the revenge driven shinobi sneaking through environments with the help of his grappling hook, grabbing a badass looking sword known as The Mortal Blade, and facing off against a variety of big baddies. Check out that blood mist! 

Sekrio: Shadows Die Twice releases on March 22 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. To read more about the game, check out Ben Reeves' hands-on preview from Gamescom

Latest Sekiro Trailer Shows Off Tenchu-Like Stealth Mechanics

about X hours ago from
Latest Sekiro Trailer Shows Off Tenchu-Like Stealth Mechanics

Amid the flood of early Tokyo Game Show trailers in advance of the show, Activision and From Software dropped another look at their punishing ninja game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. 

The latest trailer serves as a strong showcase for the gameplay, showing the revenge driven shinobi sneaking through environments with the help of his grappling hook, grabbing a badass looking sword known as The Mortal Blade, and facing off against a variety of big baddies. Check out that blood mist! 

Sekrio: Shadows Die Twice releases on March 22 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. To read more about the game, check out Ben Reeves' hands-on preview from Gamescom

Mega Man 11 Introduces The Newest Robot Master Bounce Man

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Mega Man 11 Introduces The Newest Robot Master Bounce Man

Mega Man 11 is arriving on the scene incredibly soon, to the point where you can download a demo for the three console versions right now. Now Capcom is continuing to rock and roll forward with another new robot master reveal for the game. This time, it's the clown-themed Bounce Man, who you can see in the trailer below, as well as review the robot masters revealed so far.

Bounce Man has an unsurprisingly balloon motif going on in his level and also a genuinely freakish toy frog as a miniboss that I don't want to ever see again.

Mega Man 11 releases on October 2 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.

Mega Man 11 Introduces The Newest Robot Master Bounce Man

about X hours ago from
Mega Man 11 Introduces The Newest Robot Master Bounce Man

Mega Man 11 is arriving on the scene incredibly soon, to the point where you can download a demo for the three console versions right now. Now Capcom is continuing to rock and roll forward with another new robot master reveal for the game. This time, it's the clown-themed Bounce Man, who you can see in the trailer below, as well as review the robot masters revealed so far.

Bounce Man has an unsurprisingly balloon motif going on in his level and also a genuinely freakish toy frog as a miniboss that I don't want to ever see again.

Mega Man 11 releases on October 2 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.