TMNT: Mutants In Manhattan Releases In May

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TMNT: Mutants In Manhattan Releases In May

Platinum Games' Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan is releasing on May 24 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. The news comes from a new trailer appearing on IGN.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan comes on the heels of Platinum Games' success with Transformers: Devastation, another beloved 1980's cartoon turned into a cel-shaded action game.

Platinum's approach to the sewer-dwelling turtles consists of four-player cooperative play. The game's story is written by Tom Waltz, who previously brought the turtles to life in comic-book form for IDW Publishing.

Third King's Quest Chapter Focuses On Graham's Romantic Journey

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Sierra has announced that the third chapter of its King's Quest adventure will arrive in April. This episode, Once Upon a Climb, focuses on how King Graham met his future wife, Queen Valanice. According to Sierra, even players who have journeyed through the previous games in the series only know part of the tale.

Chapter 3 will be available April 26 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. That gives you plenty of time to play through the first and second chapters to catch up.

Take a look at the gallery below to see several new screens from the upcoming episode.

Hack Computers And Uncover A Conspiracy In Divide

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Hack Computers And Uncover A Conspiracy In Divide

Exploding Tubas recently announced a new adventure game titled Divide, which takes its sci-fi influences from games like Blade Runner.

Divide is an isometric adventure game from the likes of Stasis, and its focus is on character-driven story and exploration. Exploding Tubas developer Chris Tilton is a composer who has worked on soundtracks for Assassin's Creed Unity and TV shows like Fringe. In this new video game project, he's once again in charge of music production.

Details are slim, but from the game's recent PlayStation Blog post, it sounds like a stealth will play a major part and the story will feature themes of mega-corporation conspiracies. Check out the trailer below for yourself.

Furi's New Trailer Boasts Intense, Fast-Paced Boss Fights

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Furi is taking what we love from boss battle-driven games like Shadow of the Colossus and mixing them with an '80s aesthetic reminiscent of Far Cry: Blood Dragon. The newest gameplay trailer focuses on the quick-paced and colorful fights that you'll encounter frequently through the game. The trailer below highlights one of the game's fierce bosses, who uses camouflage, lasers, drones, and even controls the raising and lowering of barriers in the arena.

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Creative director Emeric Thoa describes Furi in his post on the PlayStation Blog as "simple and deep." The game has a "simple formula" but requires a wide range of specific moves to pinpoint a boss' weaknesses and frailties. These fights can be as quick as 10 minutes or as long as one hour, depending on your play style.Furi is expected for a 2016 release on PlayStation 4 and PC, but no specific date has been issued yet.

A Combination Of Diablo And Paper Mario

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Independent Polish studio Thing Trunk announced Book of Demons today, along with a gameplay trailer and a number of screenshots. The game is pegged as a "tribute to and a parody of the action-RPG genre."

Book of Demons aims to fuse the strategy and depth of Diablo with the style and charm of Paper Mario by using a unique movement and combat system, more accessible action-RPG mechanics, and a fair dose of humor intertwined with its dark theme. Character building centers around a card system that unifies the player's items, skills, and spells (in contrast to other modern action-RPGs). You can check out the first screenshots and a poetic announcement trailer below.

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XSEED Announces Trails Of Cold Steel II, Trails In The Sky The Third For North America

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Having found success with both The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky and, more recently, Trails of Cold Steel, XSEED has decided to bring two more games westward. The publisher shared the news today in commemoration of the franchise’s five-year anniversary.

Trails of Cold Steel II will be arriving on western shores this fall. It will feature cross-save between PlayStation 3 and Vita. 

Trails in the Sky The Third has been announced for a 2017 western release. No details about platforms or specific features have yet been announced.

Exclusive Screenshot Gallery

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Gears Of War 4 marks an ambitious attempt by both Microsoft and developer The Coalition to kickstart the series once again, taking it in a new direction with a fresh cast of characters while simultaneously getting back to the more horror-focused elements of the first Gears of War game. We recently took a trip to The Coalition and came back with a bloody sack filled to the brim with details and images of the game in action, like the creepy church above, which was the setting for an intense firefight we saw early on in our demo.

Windflares are devastating storms that rage across the surface of Sera during Gears 4's campaign. Not only can they fry combatants into crispy bacon but their fierce winds fling objects across the environment, turning anyone unlucky enough to be in their path into bloody smears. During the demo, we saw that the player could use this to their advantage by shooting signs and barricades that hold cars and boulders in place, sending them flying into enemy soldiers. On a gruesomely amusing note: yes, corpses and dismembered limbs are hurled about in the wind as well.

Juvies are one of the Swarm's more deceptive units. On their own, these little buggers aren't too hard to handle, though their speedy movements and slimeiness make them pretty creepy. However, as a group, they can take you down easily if you let them get close enough to gang up on you.

Quantum Break Cinematic Trailer Features Cover Of Nirvana’s Come As You Are

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Quantum Break Cinematic Trailer Features Cover Of Nirvana’s Come As You Are

Microsoft’s tentpole game for the Spring arrives in just under a month. If you're interested in getting a look at some of Quantum Break's flashy cinematics, this latest trailer is for you.

The new footage features motion-captured actors Shawn Ashmore, Dominic Monaghan, and Aiden Gillen. It’s set against a cover of Nirvana’s “Come As You Are.”

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