D&D RPG Sword Coast Legends Gets PC Release Date & Console Versions

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D&D RPG Sword Coast Legends Gets PC Release Date & Console Versions

Wizards of the Coast has announced a PC release date for Sword Coast Legends – the RPG set in D&D's Forgotten Realms developed by n-space and Digital Extremes. Fans will be heartened to know that console versions have also just been announced for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The PC, Mac, and Linux editions of the game are out on September 8, with the console versions to follow sometime in late 2015.

The game features a single-player campaign that accommodates four-player co-op as players travel up the Sword Coast in search of answers after their guild, The Order of the Burning Dawn, is decimated.

First Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Trailer Features Starters And Legendaries

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While we don't have too much information yet about the North American release of Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, gamers in Japan now know when to expect the title. A new trailer showing off the game's features also announces a September 17 release date in that territory.

Right now, the title is scheduled for North American release sometime this Winter. With that window, we may just see something similar to the video below at E3 next week.

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Claymation Point-And-Click Adventure Gets August Release

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Claymation Point-And-Click Adventure Gets August Release

Those who have been waiting to see when they'll be able to play the unique point-and-click adventure Armikrog no longer have to wonder. The Kickstarter-funded claymation adventure from Earthworm Jim creator Doug TenNapel is set to hit PC, Mac, and Linux on August 18.

To mark the occasion, Pencil Test Studios has released a trailer in the form of a vlog from the main character, Beak-Beak, who is voiced by Rob Paulsen. You can check out the video, which features several looks at gameplay, below.

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Yager Shows Off Dreadnought's Team Elimination Mode, Complete With Snub Fighters

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Yager Shows Off Dreadnought's Team Elimination Mode, Complete With Snub Fighters

Yager's Dreadnought is built around the fantasy of commanding a large spacefaring vessel like the Enterprise, Battlestar Galactica, or Millennium Falcon. The five-versus-five gameplay moves at a more strategic pace due to the size of the ships, which is accentuated by the most recently revealed mode.

We had a chance to play Dreadnought's team elimination game type at PAX East, but you can see it for yourself today. In this mode, players need to take more care in engaging. Once your capital ship is destroyed, it's gone until the end of the round.

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Drool's Thumper Introduces Us To Psychedelic 'Rhythm Violence' In 2016

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Drool's Thumper Introduces Us To Psychedelic 'Rhythm Violence' In 2016

Rhythm games tend to make an impression with their heavy bass beats, entrancing visuals, and white-knuckle gameplay. Titles like Rez and Amplitude work their way into our hearts and take up residence there. Drool's Thumper hopes to set up shop next to them.

Thumper features streamlined gameplay that uses one thumbstick and a single button. Despite that surface-level simplicity, Drool says that the game requires a steady hand as you'll be required to master more advanced moves as the game progresses.

There's also an "insane giant head from the future" called Crakhed. Keep that in mind while watching.

Building A Fort To Withstand Chaos

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Building A Fort To Withstand Chaos

Sometimes you need to get out of your comfort zone to get your creativity going again. That's the approach Epic Games is taking with Fortnite. The team needed a palate cleanser after Gears of War: Judgment, and wanted to try something completely different. Fortnite is unlike the studio's past work, and looks to be a nice change of pace.

The inspiration for Fortnite struck during a Game Jam - an event where developers come together and plan a game in a short period of time. Since then, Fortnite has continued evolving, even turning toward the free-to-play model. Fortnite is a nod to the forts that many of us built in our childhoods, except this time you actually need to build something solid - almost ndestructible - to hold up against monsters and other competitors.

Epic isn't ready to reveal every available mode, but did confirm the presence of PVP and that a persistent fort-building mode is in the works. I recently got hands-on time with an atlas defense mission, working by myself before trying it out with other players. The basic goal is to gather resources to build a fort to protect the atlas device. Once ready, a storm unleashes a wave of creatures that invade your creation. You must fight them off and repair damage, all in the name of protecting the atlas. If it takes too much damage, you lose.

The Red Hood Doesn't Share Batman's Dislike For Guns In Latest Arkham Knight Trailer

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The Red Hood Doesn't Share Batman's Dislike For Guns In Latest Arkham Knight Trailer

The mysterious Red Hood wears a blood red Bat-symbol on his chest, but his methods are not the Dark Knight's. Batman might not abhor violence, but he doesn't use guns and he certainly doesn't kill.

In this brief trailer for a story pack for Red Hood, you'll see a different path to problem solving. The vigilante uses his guns in combat, and executes enemies with extreme prejudice.

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Capcom Announces Mega Man Legacy Collection Featuring Six Titles

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Capcom Announces Mega Man Legacy Collection Featuring Six Titles

Capcom has announced that you'll soon be able to play classic Mega Man titles on your current-gen console, PC, and eventually 3DS. The publisher has announced a "Legacy Collection" featuring the blue bomber, complete with some extras.

The Mega Man Legacy Collection features Mega Man 1 through Mega Man 6, a challenge mode, and a "museum collection" of art assets. It's scheduled for this summer on PC and current-gen consoles. A 3DS release will be coming this winter.

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Nvidia GameWorks Video Shows The Power Of PC (And New 60 FPS Gameplay)

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Nvidia GameWorks Video Shows The Power Of PC (And New 60 FPS Gameplay)

Nvidia has put together an Arkham Knight trailer showcasing the added power of its technology, and it showcases new unseen footage from the game.

You'll see impressive particle and weather effects, and small touches like a scene where you will see money strewn about the floor reacting impressively to Batman and Nightwing's fancy footwork, all at 60 FPS.

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