Trading Card MMO Gets Frost Ring Arena Update And Global Tournament

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Hex Entertainment has updated the single-player portion of HEX: Shards of Fate. The digital trading card MMO experience now features a new single-player PvE mode that allows for AI battles thanks to the new Frost Ring Arena update.

The introduction of Frost Ring Arena also brings new cards, equipment, and spells to the world of HEX: Shards of Fate. The update also adds over 30 different AI enemies for players to test their skills against. Plus, the update gives players a shot at the new M.C. challenges. M.C. challenges randomly occur in Frost Ring Arena and issue bonus challenges to players. If players are able to meet these added challenges, they will receive bonus buffs during their next boss encounter.

Hex Entertainment also released a new trailer for Frost Ring Arena, which can be viewed below.

Launch Trailer Makes Chop Suey Out Of Mortal Kombat X Fighters

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Launch Trailer Makes Chop Suey Out Of Mortal Kombat X Fighters

Warner Bros. and NetherRealm are going all-in with System of a Down. One of the band’s most popular songs, Chop Suey, is featured in the launch trailer. And with the game only a little over a week away, the answer to the question “Who’s Next?” is finally “You.”

The launch trailer gives us more quick cuts from the story mode, showing off a number of fighters from previous games not yet announced as playable. You’ll see Nightwolf, members of Baraka’s race (the Tarkatan), and Kabal. As far as we know, none are in the core roster or the announced DLC pass.

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Persona 4's Kanji Tatsumi Dances Through His Anger

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The latest trailer for Persona 4: Dancing All Night highlights Kanji Tatsumi.

It's still a little odd to see Persona 4's characters dancing their heart out. Tatsumi's trailer in particular is humorous as he is so mad about having to dance, but he is determined to dance well. You can check out the trailer below.

Persona 4: Dancing All Night launches on Vita in Japan in June and is planned for release in North America some time this year.

Love Bloodborne? Try Titan Souls Demo Now

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If you love challenging titles like Dark Souls then developer Acid Nerve's upcoming top-down indie title Titan Souls looks right up your alley.

Titan Souls was originally conceived during a game jam, and its new PC demo is a scene-for-scene remake of the original prototype, updated with the finished game's visuals, audio, and gameplay enhancements. Check out a trailer showing the game's progression below, and check out the demo here.

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New Trailer Shows Off Demon Auction

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Atlus has release a trailer detailing the new Demon Auction mode from Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker.

For Record Breaker, players will have to purchase demons through auctions, rather than just signing pacts and fusing. The auction option also allows players to access demons they wouldn’t normally have access to. Check out the trailer for an explanation of how the system will fit within the game.

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Early Access Version Introduces Four Player Cooperative Multiplayer

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Victor Vran has been in early access on Steam for some time now and has seen multiple improvements and additions such as new levels, weapons and private stashes. Now four player cooperative multiplayer has been added so you can truly get a feel for the Diablo-like action RPG.

Coinciding with this update, Victor Vran will be discounted for a short time. You can check out the 4 player co-op in action below and get a look at the new scythe, rapier, and lightning gun weapons in the second video.

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Wii U And 3DS Version Coming Stateside On September 22

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NIS America has finally announced a release date of September 22 for the updated version of Yuji Naka’s Rodea The Sky Soldier.

Originally developed for the Wii, Rodea never saw release following its initial completion. Instead, Japanese publisher Kadokawa Games decided to create new versions for Wii U and 3DS. 

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Grand Theft Auto V At 60 Frames-Per-Second Is Pretty Darn Slick

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Grand Theft Auto V At 60 Frames-Per-Second Is Pretty Darn Slick

Grand Theft Auto V has been an evolving experience. It emerged on last-generation consoles, took a leap forward on Xbox One and PS4, and finally arrives in its ultimate form this month on PC.

Rockstar has released a beautiful trailer running at 60 frames per second. Unfortunately, we’re unable to embed it here. You’ll need to head over to this link to check it out (make sure to bump it up to 1080p/60FPS).

For more on Grand Theft Auto V, check out our most recent coverage of the heist mode. You can also read our review of the current-gen release.

The Briggs Family Spends Some Father-Daughter Time With Mortal Kombat X

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The Briggs Family Spends Some Father-Daughter Time With Mortal Kombat X

We’ve already been reunited with the Cage clan. Johnny, his estranged wife Sonya Blade, and their daughter Cassie are tearing things up in Mortal Kombat X this month. They aren’t the only family fighting together, though.

Jax returns with his daughter, Jacqui, by his side. In the latest trailer, you’ll see that the younger Briggs is just as fierce as her famous father.

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Trailer Takes You Inside The Fast-Paced Roguelike

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Trailer Takes You Inside The Fast-Paced Roguelike

Tower of Guns is coming to Xbox One, PS4, and PS3 next week, and developer Terrible Posture Games has released a new trailer.

A fast-paced, roguelike shooter, Tower of Guns is one of the rare games that managed to claw its way up out of Steam’s Greenlight program. The game’s old-school shooter sensibilities struck a chord with PC players and the game finally moved out of Early Access in March 2014. Check out the trailer below to see it in action.

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