Horror Adventure Corpse Party Bound For 3DS And PC

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Horror Adventure Corpse Party Bound For 3DS And PC

The quirky horror Corpse Party series is a cross between visual novel and adventure game. Despite the sprite-based visuals, Corpse Party tells a wonderfully creepy story.

If you don’t have a PSP or Vita, the series probably coasted under your radar. You can remedy that on April 25 on PC or this summer on 3DS.

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Nicalis Is Bringing The Retro-Infused Sidescrolling RPG To PC, Mac & Linux

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Nicalis Is Bringing The Retro-Infused Sidescrolling RPG To PC, Mac & Linux

Publisher Nicalis, best known for its gruelingly difficult 2D platformers 1001 Spikes and Cave Story, is bringing another retro-inspired sidescroller to the table. Creepy Castle is a cutesy sidescrolling RPG that hides a deep conspiracy under its surface.

Developer Dopterra funded Creepy Castle with a successful Kickstarter in 2014, and has announced that the pixelated title will be making its way to PC, Mac, and Linux this summer. Creepy Castle follows Moth (who, unsurprisingly, is a moth) as he uncovers mysteries traversing a spooky, stonewalled castle. You'll find tomes that give insight to the world's lore in between duels with a variety of enemies and bosses.  

The pixel-art is colored with a limited palette that meets somewhere in between the visual styles of the NES and MSX computer system. Battles unfold through numerous turn-based mini-games in a similar way to 2015's hit indie-RPG Undertale. According to a video posted on the developer's YouTube account, characters from Five Nights at Freddy's, Shovel Knight, and Super Meat Boy will make cameo appearances in Creepy Castle.

Nicalis Is Bringing The Retro-Infused Sidescrolling RPG To PC, Mac & Linux

about X hours ago from
Nicalis Is Bringing The Retro-Infused Sidescrolling RPG To PC, Mac & Linux

Publisher Nicalis, best known for its gruelingly difficult 2D platformers 1001 Spikes and Cave Story, is bringing another retro-inspired sidescroller to the table. Creepy Castle is a cutesy sidescrolling RPG that hides a deep conspiracy under its surface.

Developer Dopterra funded Creepy Castle with a successful Kickstarter in 2014, and has announced that the pixelated title will be making its way to PC, Mac, and Linux this summer. Creepy Castle follows Moth (who, unsurprisingly, is a moth) as he uncovers mysteries traversing a spooky, stonewalled castle. You'll find tomes that give insight to the world's lore in between duels with a variety of enemies and bosses.  

The pixel-art is colored with a limited palette that meets somewhere in between the visual styles of the NES and MSX computer system. Battles unfold through numerous turn-based mini-games in a similar way to 2015's hit indie-RPG Undertale. According to a video posted on the developer's YouTube account, characters from Five Nights at Freddy's, Shovel Knight, and Super Meat Boy will make cameo appearances in Creepy Castle.

Explore The Old World In This Tour Video

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Creative Assembly released its newest trailer for Total War: Warhammer today. The video features a tour of the many different regions of the Old World, where the game is set.

The trailer includes new footage of the campaign map and many new battlefield environments. The human Empire, Bretonnia, the mountain holds of the Dwarves, the marshes of Sylvania, and many others are all covered in the descriptive video. See it for yourself below.

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Explore The Old World In This Tour Video

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Explore The Old World In This Tour Video

Creative Assembly released its newest trailer for Total War: Warhammer today. The video features a tour of the many different regions of the Old World, where the game is set.

The trailer includes new footage of the campaign map and many new battlefield environments. The human Empire, Bretonnia, the mountain holds of the Dwarves, the marshes of Sylvania, and many others are all covered in the descriptive video. See it for yourself below.

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Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Closed Beta Details And Dates Announced

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Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Closed Beta Details And Dates Announced

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is going into closed beta on April 22. Today, EA and DICE revealed what we can expect from it.

Beta codes will be going out on April 22 and 23. The test will conclude on April 26.

Those that are selected to participate will be able to test out story missions, side activities, and social features. The leaderboards will be supported by a website and mobile app that allow you to keep tabs on your friends.

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Closed Beta Details And Dates Announced

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Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Closed Beta Details And Dates Announced

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is going into closed beta on April 22. Today, EA and DICE revealed what we can expect from it.

Beta codes will be going out on April 22 and 23. The test will conclude on April 26.

Those that are selected to participate will be able to test out story missions, side activities, and social features. The leaderboards will be supported by a website and mobile app that allow you to keep tabs on your friends.

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Confirmed For North American Launch This Summer

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Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse, which is known as SMT IV: Final in Japan, is coming stateside. The story happens concurrently as the one in 2013’s SMT IV, with a new protagonist playing his own role in post-apocalyptic Tokyo.

Following death at the hands of one of the many demons rampaging through the world, the hero is resurrected by the god Dagda. Players will need to choose the path of peace or anarchy.

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Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Confirmed For North American Launch This Summer

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Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Confirmed For North American Launch This Summer

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse, which is known as SMT IV: Final in Japan, is coming stateside. The story happens concurrently as the one in 2013’s SMT IV, with a new protagonist playing his own role in post-apocalyptic Tokyo.

Following death at the hands of one of the many demons rampaging through the world, the hero is resurrected by the god Dagda. Players will need to choose the path of peace or anarchy.

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Pick Your Slaying Style In Monster Hunter Generations

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Pick Your Slaying Style In Monster Hunter Generations

Monster Hunter Generations for 3DS (already released in Japan as Monster Hunter X) give players four new styles to take down their foes, each with their own Hunter Arts special attacks – which you can see in action in the game's latest trailer.

The four styles have their own feel during gameplay and advantages. Here are some more details, with text direct from Nintendo:

Monster Hunter Generations comes out for the handheld sometime this summer.