Combative Sorcerers Skirmish In Teaser From The Creators Of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare

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Combative Sorcerers Skirmish In Teaser From The Creators Of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare

Torn Banner Studios has announced Mirage: Arcane Warfare with a teaser for the upcoming game. The developer behind Chivalry: Medieval Warfare looks to bring similar close-quarters combat to Mirage, except this time sorcery is the weapon of choice.

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The first-person multiplayer game is heavily focused on magicians destroying each other with melee and magic-centric attacks. Blood is canvassed over uniformly colorful environments rendered in Unreal Engine 4.

Devolver Digital's Latest Game Dodge Rolls Toward Release Date

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Devolver Digital has announced an early April release for its dungeon crawling shooter, Enter The Gungeon. This trailer shows a colorful cast dodge rolling down bullet-filled corridors in search of the ultimate weapon: a gun that can kill the past.

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Players clash with gun-headed bosses and enemies called the “gundead” as they traverse volatile environments littered with traps. Enter The Gungeon looks like it will sit comfortably next to Nuclear Throne with its overhead viewpoint and varied weapon choices.

New Hitman Trailer Provides Valuable Intel

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Good recon is invaluable to any assassin, and Hitman's new trailer gives you a look at the upcoming episodic game's locations and more.

This trailer not only gives you a look at the first episode's Paris and prologue locations, but also a peak at Sapienza (Italy) and Marrakesh (Morocco). The former releases in April and the latter in May.

Hitman is an episodic title, with the first one hitting on March 11 (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC). Publisher Square Enix promises to follow that up with seven episodes and other content throughout the year. A boxed version of the episodes will come out at the end of 2016.

Trailer For New Sherlock Homes Game Introduces The Devil's Daughter

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Trailer For New Sherlock Homes Game Introduces The Devil's Daughter

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter is the eighth installment in Frogwares' video game series focused on the Great Detective. Frogwares and publisher Bigben Interactive today released a cinematic trailer for the forthcoming game that shows Holmes meeting the "Devil's Daughter" for the first time. Chaos ensues.

The Devil's Daughter is slated to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 27. In addition to the beautiful trailer, a synopsis for the game teases a much different tale for Holmes:

“What led young Katelyn to 221B Baker Street? Could she have discovered the dark truth about her family? Who is the charming clairvoyant that has moved in to 221C? Is there room for séances and occult rituals in the bastion of logic and rationalism?” For the first time in his prestigious career, the most illustrious of detectives must fight not to reveal a secret, but to keep one…"

Capcom Details New Multi-Mission Mode

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Capcom Details New Multi-Mission Mode

The announcement of a team-based multiplayer shooter set in the Resident Evil universe caught many off-guard last year. To this point, Capcom has only shown off its One Life Match mode, where players go in together and try to be the last with a surviving member. Putting a uniquely Resident Evil spin on the genre, players have to not only worry about opposing human players, but also A.I. zombies that are scattered throughout the maps. Today, Capcom announced a new mode called Multi-Mission mode as a new addition to the slow-growing Umbrella Corps mode suite.

The mode cycles players through multi-round matches featuring randomized rulesets. The mode is designed to allow players to jump to different experiences without having to leave their teams and enter matchmaking. Multi-Mission mode features eight different rulesets that are cycled through at random.

Shrapnel Flies In Launch Trailer

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Ubisoft’s online third-person shooter The Division takes place in the throes of complete social upheaval. Basic services collapse after a viral epidemic shuts down American society. Watch criminal groups run rampant in The Division’s launch trailer.

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Triumphant horns blare throughout the clip as it sets up the narrative of the game. The recent humanitarian crisis has halted all major cities, creating a fertile playground for bad guys to do bad things. It’s going to be a fight to reclaim the city. 

IO Interactive Wants You To Hide In Plain Sight

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The sneaking in the Hitman series is all about blending into a crowd. The developers at IO Interactive call this unique mechanic Social Stealth, and it’s the subject of the latest episode of Talking Hitman.  

Creative director Christian Elverdam is joined by principal level lesigner Jacob Mikkelsen and senior game designer Jesper Hylling to discuss how Agent 47 masters the art of blending in. The video is split into two parts, each roughly seven minutes in length. 

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Expert Observations From The First Hours Of Dark Souls III

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It’s been some time since our big Dark Souls III cover story, but we recently played a significant chunk of the opening portion of the game. Our experience gave us concrete answers to many of the questions that have been lingering in the back of our minds for some time. Before we go any further: Massive spoilers lie ahead, both in terms of lore and mechanics. If you’re ready to find out more about the next game in the epic dark fantasy franchise, read on.

We played through what we believe to be the first three “zones” of the game, plus took a lengthy tour of Dark Souls III’s hub, the Firelink Shrine. Yes, as in that Firelink Shrine. Let’s get this out of the way right away: there are lots of familiar faces in Dark Souls III that players should recognize from the first game, some which are direct rips names and all. Many others are left unnamed or have slightly altered names, but absolutely represent direct counterparts. Oolacile, The Witch of Izalith, and many others are directly referred to in item descriptions. 

Watch Us Die Horribly In The Culling's Closed Alpha

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It’s not every game that can pull off vomit as a tactical choice. If The Culling’s closed alpha test taught me anything though, it’s that making your enemies sick is the key to beating them with a billy club.

I spent a number of hours exploring The Culling’s Hunger Games-esque arena this weekend. And while I can’t say that I’m any good at the game yet, I can most certainly assure you that I will be coming back to hone my skills.

From the moment the menu loads, you’ll likely notice that Xaviant’s latest doesn’t take itself too seriously. The smarmy game show host that announces major in-game events lightens the mood, even as you’re running from poison gas or chasing down a fleeing foe.