See The Tactical Gameplay In Action

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See The Tactical Gameplay In Action

Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers launches next month as a digital release on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. With the release date looming, Koei Tecmo released a new trailer today showing off the gameplay. Godseekers features tactical gameplay unlike the action fare the Dynasty Warriors games are best known for; but don't worry, it still has tons of cool special moves that make you pack a punch against enemies. 

This entry follows Zhao Yun and his friend Lei Bin, who help a young girl named Lixia escape from a mystical prison. Lixia's past holds many mysteries that the two try to piece together on their journey, which leads them fighting for the salvation of the world. Godseekers puts them in historical battles, allowing them to brush shoulders with powerful warriors in Three Kingdoms era China.

The trailer below lets you see the tactical gameplay, where you move units across a grid, attacking from strategic places such as the rear or sides to get the upper hand. For tougher opponents, you have access to Lixia's orbs, which can deal deadly elemental damage. 

Catch The Perfect Wave In New Surfing Game

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Catch The Perfect Wave In New Surfing Game

A new surfing game was announced from UK developer Climax Studios called Surf World Series. You can catch the perfect wave when the game hits on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2017.

The arcade-style surfing game lets take control of waves and nail tricks, such as kickflips and cutbacks. With five different destinations, you visit key surfing hot spots, such as Hawaii and Portugal. The game includes 45 single player challenges, but you can also take your board online, competing against 15 other players in three different multiplayer modes. Climax Studios has yet to detail what those three online modes entail. As you rank up, you unlock various customization options to give your surfer your own personal touch. 

For more information, you can check out the screens and trailer below, or visit the official site

New For Honor Trailers Announce Closed Beta For Next Month

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New For Honor Trailers Announce Closed Beta For Next Month

For Honor is going into closed beta next month, and in honor of the event, Ubisoft has released three trailers detailing the game's three factions, and one to set up the story.

To take part in For Honor's beta, you can head here to sign up. The beta begins next month and will allow players to try out 12 different characters across the three factions (Viking, Samurai, and Knight) on the battlefields of Ashfeld, Valkenheim, and Myre. The beta activity will also be tracked for War of the Factions, which will identify which group is the most successful at engaging in war. Rewards will be offered to the winners.

Similarly, Ubisoft also revealed that the long-term tracking of the assorted factions will continue into the full game for Faction War – which will identify which faction is the strongest. The stats will be tracked over 10-week periods, and the strongest will get bonuses for its success.

New Trailer Shows Off Third Area, Eschaton City

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New Trailer Shows Off Third Area, Eschaton City

The second official trailer for Sundered shows off the game's third area, called Eschaton City.

Part of Sundered's core concept is the notion of corruption, and the trailer provides a glimpse at how corruption will work with Eshe's unlockable abilities.

Thunder Lotus creative director William Dubé explains some of the design decisions behind Sundered in a post published today on the PlayStation blog. In it, he discusses why the team decided to go with procedural dungeon generation, and how character progression will work.

Arcade-Style Hockey Makes A Return

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Arcade-Style Hockey Makes A Return

Sports games have mostly diverted from their arcadey roots in recent years. Old Time Hockey looks to harken back to the simplistic era of hockey games where controls weren't as complicated and the laws of physics were loosely followed. 

Up to four local players can jump into the (mostly) helmetless, afro-laden, and violent world of 1970s hockey in the Exhibition Mode. Old Time Hockey also has a narrative campaign where players can follow a blue-collared hockey team and help them win the championship.

Players can choose an old-school, two-button control mode or more modernized control scheme. Developer V7 Entertainment cites games like NHL 94, Blades of Steel, and 3-on-3 Open Ice as inspirations for Old Time Hockey's retro controls.

Arcade-Style Hockey Makes A Return

about X hours ago from
Arcade-Style Hockey Makes A Return

Sports games have mostly diverted from their arcadey roots in recent years. Old Time Hockey looks to harken back to the simplistic era of hockey games where controls weren't as complicated and the laws of physics were loosely followed. 

Up to four local players can jump into the (mostly) helmetless, afro-laden, and violent world of 1970s hockey in the Exhibition Mode. Old Time Hockey also has a narrative campaign where players can follow a blue-collared hockey team and help them win the championship.

Players can choose an old-school, two-button control mode or more modernized control scheme. Developer V7 Entertainment cites games like NHL 94, Blades of Steel, and 3-on-3 Open Ice as inspirations for Old Time Hockey's retro controls.

Latest Trailer Shows Off Fighting Bears

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Latest Trailer Shows Off Fighting Bears

After the end of Tekken 7's "King of Iron Fist" Tournament in Japan a few hours ago, we saw the return of two of Tekken's most adorable characters for Tekken 7: Kuma (Japanese for "bear") the Bear and Panda the... well, Panda.

The two look to play somewhat different, using different special attacks and combos. If the trailer is any indication, Panda prefers stylish hats for their beatdowns, while Kuma prefers to beat people up using fish. You watch the two fight it out in what could be 2016's most ridiculous trailer below.

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Latest Trailer Shows Off Fighting Bears

about X hours ago from
Latest Trailer Shows Off Fighting Bears

After the end of Tekken 7's "King of Iron Fist" Tournament in Japan a few hours ago, we saw the return of two of Tekken's most adorable characters for Tekken 7: Kuma (Japanese for "bear") the Bear and Panda the... well, Panda.

The two look to play somewhat different, using different special attacks and combos. If the trailer is any indication, Panda prefers stylish hats for their beatdowns, while Kuma prefers to beat people up using fish. You watch the two fight it out in what could be 2016's most ridiculous trailer below.

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A Port Stuffed With Extras

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A Port Stuffed With Extras

Yoshi’s Woolly World took the platforming the titular character is known for, and dressed it up in an adorable fabric aesthetic. This fuzzy exterior masked a game that was easy to learn but difficult to master.

Platformers are normally about making precise jumps while killing every enemy along the way for the high score. Yoshi games are a more relaxed version of this, with the main character able to hover after a jump and able to ingest enemies, turning them into eggs to hit others or solve puzzles. It’s a lighter affair punctuated by a cute story that motivates you to move on to the next level. 

While you would think a portable port might be inferior, playing Yoshi’s Woolly World on the New Nintendo 3DS ups the frame rate to a smooth 60fps, a higher framerate than the Wii U version. That drops back down to 30 if you play on the original 3DS, but it’s still impressive. All the levels from the Wii U version are intact, making this seem more like an enhancement than a port.

A Port Stuffed With Extras

about X hours ago from
A Port Stuffed With Extras

Yoshi’s Woolly World took the platforming the titular character is known for, and dressed it up in an adorable fabric aesthetic. This fuzzy exterior masked a game that was easy to learn but difficult to master.

Platformers are normally about making precise jumps while killing every enemy along the way for the high score. Yoshi games are a more relaxed version of this, with the main character able to hover after a jump and able to ingest enemies, turning them into eggs to hit others or solve puzzles. It’s a lighter affair punctuated by a cute story that motivates you to move on to the next level. 

While you would think a portable port might be inferior, playing Yoshi’s Woolly World on the New Nintendo 3DS ups the frame rate to a smooth 60fps, a higher framerate than the Wii U version. That drops back down to 30 if you play on the original 3DS, but it’s still impressive. All the levels from the Wii U version are intact, making this seem more like an enhancement than a port.