Wasteland 2: Director's Cut Officially Announced For Switch

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Wasteland 2: Director's Cut Officially Announced For Switch

Nintendo has formally announced the Switch version of post-apocalyptic RPG Wasteland 2: Director's Cut via a new trailer, and also revealed that it's coming next month.

Wasteland 2: Director's Cut is developed by the makers of the original Fallout RPG. The Director's Cut version of the 2014 RPG featured improved graphics, additional voice acting, and other improvements, and launched in 2015 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The Switch version was previously teased by inXile studio head Brian Fargo last December, but this is its first official announcement.

InXile Entertainment released screenshots of the Switch version along with the announcement trailer. 

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THQ Nordic confirmed today that Darksiders III, the newest game in the Darksiders series from last generation, will launch this year on November 27.

Darksiders III was announced last year after an Amazon listing leaked its existence. THQ Nordic announced that the game was being developed by Gunfire Games, a studio made up primarily of developers from former Darksider development studio Vigil Games. THQ Nordic acquired the Darksiders license a bit after THQ closed down and started talking about a possible new Darksiders in 2013.

In addition to the standard edition, Darksiders III is also being sold as a $150 Collector's Edition, which you can see below, and contains a soundtrack and an artbook.

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THQ Nordic confirmed today that Darksiders III, the newest game in the Darksiders series from last generation, will launch this year on November 27.

Darksiders III was announced last year after an Amazon listing leaked its existence. THQ Nordic announced that the game was being developed by Gunfire Games, a studio made up primarily of developers from former Darksider development studio Vigil Games. THQ Nordic acquired the Darksiders license a bit after THQ closed down and started talking about a possible new Darksiders in 2013.

In addition to the standard edition, Darksiders III is also being sold as a $150 Collector's Edition, which you can see below, and contains a soundtrack and an artbook.

Indivisible's Intro Teaser Showcases Animation By Kill La Kill Animation Studio

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Indivisible's Intro Teaser Showcases Animation By Kill La Kill Animation Studio

Indivisible, the indie RPG from Skullgirls developer Lab Zero, has teased 30 seconds of the intro for the new game. The new video is a collaboration between animation studios Titmouse Inc. and Studio TRIGGER.

TRIGGER is likely best known for anime like Kill La Kill and Little Witch Academia and is lauded for their well-choreographed and smooth animation. Titmouse Inc. is a North American animation house behind shows like Metalocalypse, Venture Bros., and more.

You can check out the teaser for the intro below.

Indivisible's Intro Teaser Showcases Animation By Kill La Kill Animation Studio

about X hours ago from
Indivisible's Intro Teaser Showcases Animation By Kill La Kill Animation Studio

Indivisible, the indie RPG from Skullgirls developer Lab Zero, has teased 30 seconds of the intro for the new game. The new video is a collaboration between animation studios Titmouse Inc. and Studio TRIGGER.

TRIGGER is likely best known for anime like Kill La Kill and Little Witch Academia and is lauded for their well-choreographed and smooth animation. Titmouse Inc. is a North American animation house behind shows like Metalocalypse, Venture Bros., and more.

You can check out the teaser for the intro below.

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Monster Hunter: World has been a huge hit for Capcom; the lauded entry in the long-running series has shipped over 8 million copies since its January release, making it the best-selling game in the company’s history. While much of that success has been attributed to the series finally returning to consoles, Capcom also pledged to bring Monster Hunter: World to PC – and it turns out it’s coming sooner than expected.

Today Capcom announced that Monster Hunter: World releases on PC on August 9 via Steam. Unlike many PC ports, Monster Hunter: World will still cost the full $60; a $70 deluxe version is also available, and contains some extra armor sets, gestures, and other cosmetics. The PC version features 4K support along with a host of new graphics settings, as well as controller support. You can check out the full minimum and recommended specs at Capcom Unity, or check out the spiffy new trailer below.

[Source: Capcom Unity]

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Monster Hunter: World has been a huge hit for Capcom; the lauded entry in the long-running series has shipped over 8 million copies since its January release, making it the best-selling game in the company’s history. While much of that success has been attributed to the series finally returning to consoles, Capcom also pledged to bring Monster Hunter: World to PC – and it turns out it’s coming sooner than expected.

Today Capcom announced that Monster Hunter: World releases on PC on August 9 via Steam. Unlike many PC ports, Monster Hunter: World will still cost the full $60; a $70 deluxe version is also available, and contains some extra armor sets, gestures, and other cosmetics. The PC version features 4K support along with a host of new graphics settings, as well as controller support. You can check out the full minimum and recommended specs at Capcom Unity, or check out the spiffy new trailer below.

[Source: Capcom Unity]

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Even if you watched or listened to our podcast interview where BioWare's Jon Warner answers dozens of questions from the community, you might still be looking for details on Anthem. Today Electronic Arts released a gameplay video complete with walkthrough commentary from Anthem's lead producer Ben Irving. The section of gameplay is an extended look at what people played at E3 2018, and even shows a glimpse at what interacting with NPC characters in your mobile station will look like.

Click on the banner below to learn more about Anthem in our hub of exclusive content. 

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Even if you watched or listened to our podcast interview where BioWare's Jon Warner answers dozens of questions from the community, you might still be looking for details on Anthem. Today Electronic Arts released a gameplay video complete with walkthrough commentary from Anthem's lead producer Ben Irving. The section of gameplay is an extended look at what people played at E3 2018, and even shows a glimpse at what interacting with NPC characters in your mobile station will look like.

Click on the banner below to learn more about Anthem in our hub of exclusive content. 

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Destiny 2: Forsaken's isn't about saving humanity from an all-consuming entity. Instead, you're undertaking a more personal tale of revenge for the death of Cayde-6 against Uldren and the Barons who helped him. Avenging one life may not matter much to humanity's greater conflicts, but it matters to you.

In this exclusive trailer, watch Bungie detail how it's changed its approach to storytelling with Forsaken, creating more personal stakes and memorable bosses to hunt down by mirroring the archetypes of old Westerns.

For more on Destiny 2: Forsaken, such as our rapid-fire interview with leads Steve Cotton and Scott Taylor, a video look at both of the new locations, and a deep dive on Uldren’s Baron allies, click on the banner below, and make sure to come back throughout the month for more coverage.