Ready At Dawn Unveils Colorful Arena Combat Game

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Ready At Dawn Unveils Colorful Arena Combat Game

Ready At Dawn, the developer behind the grim and cinematic The Order: 1886, has taken a different approach with its new game, De-formers, which will receive distribution and publishing help from GameStop. De-formers is a small arena combat game where you take on different "forms" and try to knock other players out of the arena with your body. It's also quite colorful.

In a brief interview with the team, Ready at Dawn emphasized the importance of the game's physics system, saying that the intricacy of the physics make it feel more real and interesting than a standard animation system. The game will include power ups that allow players to use a variety of strategies to overcome their foes. Defeating opponents allows you to consume their mass and become bigger, literally giving you more weight to throw around. From what I saw of De-formers, there was definitely promise for a chaotic brand of combat if you have enough players to fill all 8 slots, but i'm curious and somewhat skeptical about how entertaining the action is you've only got two or three people rolling around.

You can watch a brief trailer that shows the game in action right here:

Gameplay Reveal Trailer Adds Competitive Co-Op For Four Players

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Tower defense fans can look forward to smashing a bunch of expensive castles in this pun-filled sequel from ACE Team. The game comes digitally to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this fall.

The original Rock of Ages game was a humorous take on tower defense action. Up to two players could do battle by launching, rolling, and blocking rocks from hand-crafted castles and other various structures.

A sequel is due out this fall, and as the title suggests, it plans on expanding the ideas present in the first title. This time around, four players can join in, forming teams of two to take down the detailed architecture. Get a taste of the gameplay in the reveal trailer seen below.

The Dangerous Golf Launch Trailer Gets Elaborate

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The Dangerous Golf Launch Trailer Gets Elaborate

Dangerous Golf comes out on digital stores tomorrow (PC, PS4, and Xbox One), and the game's launch trailer shows that there's more than one way to make a mess.

The game's elaborate levels include security lasers, strategically placed crossbows, suits of armor made for tumbling, and much more.

For more on the title, check out my hands-on impressions of a few of Dangerous Golf's early boards and check out this previous trailer.

Meet Pokémon Sun And Moon’s Legendaries Solgaleo and Lunala

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Meet Pokémon Sun And Moon’s Legendaries Solgaleo and Lunala

Pokémon Sun and Moon will take us to the Alola island region. There, we’ll meet new friends and capture new critters.

The Pokémon Company has dropped the details on the two new legendary Pokémon we’ll be chasing in Sun and Moon. Solgaleo is a psychic/steel type. It’s special ability is Full Metal Body.

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Paul George Is NBA 2K17's Cover Athlete

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Indiana Pacers shooting guard Paul George will be on the cover of NBA 2K17when it releases September 20.

2K17 marks George's first solo appearance on the cover. He was on the cover of MyNBA2K16’s Companion app, and served as a guest commentator at the NBA 2K16 Road to the Finals back in June.

Alongside George's placement on the cover, 2K today has also revealed the return of the NBA 2K Early Tip-Off Weekend. Pre-ordering the game will let you start playing four days early on September 16, and net you 5,000 in Virtual Currency, the MyTEAM Bundle which includes 3 packs with a guaranteed Paul George Free Agent card, and additional bonuses to be announced later.

Atlus Unleashes First Look At Demon-Slaying Adventure

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Atlus Unleashes First Look At Demon-Slaying Adventure

Atlus is bringing Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse to the 3DS in North America this summer. See the game's protagonist die in the very first story trailer.

There is no spoiler warning on this new look at the Shin Megami Tensei IV cross-over, and it isn't needed. The very beginning of this entry in the popular franchise features the player character falling in battle. The mysterious god Dagda quickly brings the character back to life and things only get crazier from there.

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Get A Sense Of The In-Game Atmosphere In New Footage Of The Open-World

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Get A Sense Of The In-Game Atmosphere In New Footage Of The Open-World

Swedish publisher Nordic Games and German game developer Piranha Bytes released a trailer to showcase the atmospheric mood of the future open-world RPG Elex. Using pre-alpha footage, the trailer spans numerous environments and features characters types including human, mechanical, and beast.

Set in a post-apocalyptic world, Elek seeks to combine sci-fi and fantasy themes where you decide the path you take when man and machine are pitted against each other. The infusion of themes is apparent in the trailer, as transmission towers peak out over a misty forest as an armor-clad hero glances on.   

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Get A Sense Of The In-Game Atmosphere In New Footage Of The Open-World

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Get A Sense Of The In-Game Atmosphere In New Footage Of The Open-World

Swedish publisher Nordic Games and German game developer Piranha Bytes released a trailer to showcase the atmospheric mood of the future open-world RPG Elex. Using pre-alpha footage, the trailer spans numerous environments and features characters types including human, mechanical, and beast.

Set in a post-apocalyptic world, Elex seeks to combine sci-fi and fantasy themes where you decide the path you take when man and machine are pitted against each other. The infusion of themes is apparent in the trailer, as transmission towers peak out over a misty forest as an armor-clad hero glances on.   

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