Fly Over A Scenic Kingdom In E3 Trailer

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Fly Over A Scenic Kingdom In E3 Trailer

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is an upcoming RPG described as "Dungeons & Dragons, but without the dragons." If that sounds like your kind of game, a new E3 trailer is out now, showing off the game's beautiful world – and just a hint at danger.

The game doesn't feature traditional classes. Instead, players can upgrade their character as they see fit, as they explore the lush world of medieval Bohemia.

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Trailer Shows Attack On Titan-Style Action With A Fantasy Twist

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Trailer Shows Attack On Titan-Style Action With A Fantasy Twist

Iron Galaxy and Maximum Games have announced a new game, which pits players against 150-foot-tall ogres. Fortunately, as a new trailer shows, they're monsters that can be sliced apart with swords. 

You play as a soldier named Avil, who is one of the final Sentinel soldiers. He can take on the Ravenii monsters both on foot and in the air – something that Iron Galaxy's work on the Killer Instinct reboot undoubtedly informed.

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Skullgirls Creators Announce Switch Release With New Trailer

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Skullgirls Creators Announce Switch Release With New Trailer

Indivisible, a new RPG from Lab Zero (the developer behind Skullgirls), announced this morning that the game will be available on an additional platform: Nintendo Switch.

You can check out the trailer below which showcases protagonist Ajna's platforming, turn-based combat, and fantastic 2D animation. Along with Switch, Indivisible is planned for release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC next year.

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Learn About The Characters In These Silly Comics

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Learn About The Characters In These Silly Comics

Valkyria Revolution comes out in a few weeks, and Sega has released a few comics to help players get to know some of the characters. However, these aren't multi-issue scenarios that depict elaborate backstories; they're goofy, lighthearted four-panel comics that put three characters in the spotlight.

Amleth Gronkjaer, Basil Sabancci, and Fritte Eriksen each get to star in two entries. Amleth is a stoic military captain, Basil is flirtatious young tycoon, and Fritte is journalist – though the full scope of their personalities and interactions aren't represented in these vignettes. For that, we'll have to play the full game when it release on June 27.

Check out the gallery below to see all six comics.

The Rice Cultivation/Action-Platformer Hybrid Is The First Game In Xseed's E3 Lineup

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The Rice Cultivation/Action-Platformer Hybrid Is The First Game In Xseed's E3 Lineup

Publisher Xseed Games announced the first game in its E3 2017 lineup today. Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin comes from Edelweiss, the developers of Astebreed, and combines side-scrolling action-platforming with rice cultivation, set against the backdrop of Japanese mythology. 

You play as Sakuna, a harvest goddess who has been banished to an island of outcast humans. The side-scrolling part of the game has you battling demons with farming tools and a "celestial scarf," while the gameplay at your home base involves a detailed rice-cultivating process, which helps improve your harvest and hone your skills. The game is described as "a love letter to Japanese culture" and "an ode to the artistry of cultivating rice."

You can view the Japanese trailer below.

How Legendary Composer Yasunori Mitsuda Is Bringing The Soundtrack To Life

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How Legendary Composer Yasunori Mitsuda Is Bringing The Soundtrack To Life

The world of Valkyria Revolution is heavily influenced by the European industrial revolution, drawing upon thematic elements from the time period and integrating them into a war of liberation. The game focuses on the concept of death and overcoming the fear that accompanies it. 

Yasunori Mitsuda, the composer of Valkyria Revolution, encapsulates the classical feel of that era, bringing the game's inspiration to life and actively shaping the tone experienced by the player. To reproduce the feeling of the European industrial revolution, Mitsuda conducted a live concert-hall recording with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra. The scale of the recording was unheard of in Japan and lends "a great richness to the score," according to Mitsuda. Additionally, Mitsuda places particular emphasis on the score's ability to seamlessly transition between in-game events.

Mitsuda and the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra are joined by multilingual Australian-Japanese singer Sarah Àlainn, whose haunting voice appears on several tracks, including the main theme.

MUT Squads Brings Back Online Co-Op To Madden 18

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MUT Squads Brings Back Online Co-Op To Madden 18

The Madden series hasn't had online team play since Madden 25 in 2013, leading some fans to clamor for its re-introduction back into the franchise. The feature is indeed coming back for Madden 18, and this time it's attached to the Madden Ultimate Team mode.

For those of you who haven't played Madden in years and/or have been living under a rock, Ultimate Team is a mode where you collect player cards in order to build up a team to take online against others or use in solo challenges. While you play the games on the field like in all other modes in Madden, the addiction lies in building a great team made up of current and classic players, whether that be in buying those players at auction, finding them in packs, or winning specific players by completing certain objectives. Of course, you can spend real money in the process, but you don't have to.

MUT Squads is a 2 to 6-player co-op mode using gamers' Ultimate Team lineups. You can play 3v3 with all of your friends, or you can play in other combination with the game using matchmaking to fill out the open slots.

Tower-Defense RPG Gets A Release Date, Coming To Xbox One

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Tower-Defense RPG Gets A Release Date, Coming To Xbox One

Trendy Entertainment has announced a release date for its tower-defense RPG game Dungeon Defenders II, which has been available in early access on PlayStation 4 and PC for quite some time. In addition to the date, the company announced that the game's also coming to Xbox One when it releases next month.

"We’re very excited to finally be able to bring the Dungeon Defenders franchise back to the Xbox platform,” said Marco Busse, CEO at Trendy Entertainment. “Dungeon Defenders II expands on the combination of shared action and tactics that made the original game so enjoyable, and that experience has only continued to evolve as we’ve grown it alongside our incredible community through early access.”

The game is coming to all three platforms on June 20 as a free-to-play release, with split-screen support on console.

Agents And Vehicles On Display In Ride For Mayhem Trailer

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Agents And Vehicles On Display In Ride For Mayhem Trailer

Agents of Mayhem is an open-world action comedy from the team who brought us the Saint's Row franchise, and its new trailer shows that the same goofy sense of humor is intact.

One of the main features of the latest trailer is the high-end, combat ready vehicles manufactured by the automotive genius of the ARK, Quartermile. Every vehicle is rigged with an A.I., and conversations between the agents and their cars are sure to provide some entertainment.

Also visible in the trailer is some more footage of the Agents themselves, such as Daisy, a minigun-toting, rollerblading anchor for the squad, and Yeti, who excels at freezing and smashing his enemies.