Lost Dimension Finds July Release Date, Free DLC During First Two Weeks

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Lost Dimension Finds July Release Date, Free DLC During First Two Weeks

Atlus has announced that Lost Dimension has a release date. The Vita and PS3 title will be arriving in late July.

Lost Dimension is a tactical RPG with a traitorous twist. At the end of each floor of the game’s Pillar structure, you must try and determine who the five traitors in your midst are, voting one of them into oblivion. The defectors are chosen at random each time you play through the game.

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Overwatch’s Zenyatta Finds Inner Peace By Blasting Enemies To Bits

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Overwatch’s Zenyatta Finds Inner Peace By Blasting Enemies To Bits

It’s been a while since we’ve had a chance to see something new from Blizzard about Overwatch. We got our hands on it at PAX East (and liked it quite a lot), and are looking forward to playing more. To hold us over until that can happen, Blizzard is giving us a look at another character in action.

Zenyatta is an “omnic monk,” which we assume means a robot monk that blows stuff up. What you’ll see below is a Point Capture match with Zenyatta on defense.

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Schrödinger’s Cat Isn’t Dead Or Alive; He's a Superhero With His Own Game

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Schrödinger’s Cat Isn’t Dead Or Alive; He's a Superhero With His Own Game

The story of Schrödinger’s Cat is one of my favorite in all of science. The concept that an organism could be considered both alive and dead at the same time is fascinating. It also makes for a great superhero origin story.

A new game from Italic Pig runs with the superhero theory in a new game called Schrödinger’s Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark out today for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The game is a puzzle platformer.

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Windward Hoists The Main Sail And Sets For Release

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Windward Hoists The Main Sail And Sets For Release

Open-world pirate game Windward has emerged from early access and is now sailing the open waters of full release. The title, which we covered previously, allows players to captain a ship and upgrade it in the style of an MMO.

The world is procedurally generated, so players sailing across Windward’s oceans. Those that make it to the end game can even captain a blimp. (We know that isn’t a sea-faring vessel, but it’s a blimp. Blimps are cool.)

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Cook With Your Fingers In The Latest Entry Designed For Mobile

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That Mama just can't stop cooking. A new entry in the Cooking Mama series entitled Let's Cook is on its way this week.

Let's Cook uses touchscreen controls and was specifically redesigned for smart phone devices. This means you can literally put dishes together with a tap of you finger. The game also boasts new features, such as being able to combine two dishes to make a new dish and cooking food for Papa to get new items. 

This downloadable title is free, but additional recipe packs are available for purchase. Each pack includes six new dishes. Two additional recipe packs can be unlocked simply through playing the game. 

Hands-On With Double Damage Games' Outer Space Adventure

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I’ve been eager to get my hands on Rebel Galaxy since I first got wind of the project. The team at Double Damage is crafting a simple-to-play space simulation, but one with beautiful science-fiction visuals and an expansive, open galaxy to explore. I spent an afternoon flying through Rebel Galaxy, trying out ship customization, story missions, and most of all, explosive space combat. I can’t wait to play more.

In many ways, Rebel Galaxy skews towards simplicity over complexity, especially in comparison with many other outer space ship games. While space is vast, your ship moves along a flat plane, as if the expanse of space is an ocean rather than a sky. Rather than fly a tiny one-manned fighter, you’re maneuvering large freighters and capital ships through the asteroids and debris of space. 

As a result, anyone who has played Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag or Rogue is likely to feel a sense of familiarity. The developers told me some weeks ago that Ubisoft’s flagship franchise and its naval experience was indeed an inspiration, but Double Damage has added a lot of other features to give Rebel Galaxy the depth it needs to stand on its own. 

Magnetic: Cage Closed Attracts A Release Date This Month

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At first glance, you might be tempted to call Magnetic: Cage Closed a “Portal clone.” While the two titles certainly have elements in common, Magnetic does its own thing by testing the player’s morals as well as reasoning.

In the video below, you’ll see some of the tricky gameplay uses for the magnet gun. Guru Games also shows off one of the “choice cubes,” in which you’ll be confronted with a moral dilemma. 

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Explore Uncommon Emotions In This First-Person Adeventure

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Get ready to go on a journey that has you exploring a world of uncommon feelings.

Nero has an aura of mystery about it, and comes out in a flash. The story-driven, first-person adventure game launches this Friday May 15 for Xbox One. The indie game is a timed exclusive for the platform.

In Nero, you explore magical lands with a mysterious companion and solve puzzles connected to the various environments. Right now, details are scarce, but we suspect that's part of the point — to find out what's going on in this world and its inhabitants. 

Watch The Reveal Trailer And Gameplay Demo

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Watch The Reveal Trailer And Gameplay Demo

With the official announcement of Assassin's Creed Syndicate, fans now know more about what to expect from this years foray into the Assassin's Creed Universe. Developer Ubisoft Quebec revealed plenty of information about the upcoming title, but it didn't stop there. The studio also showed the game in action through two different videos.

You can watch the trailer and demo below. For even more about Assassin's Creed Syndicate, be sure to check out our feature about the 5 Things You Should Know, as well as an interview with the game's creative director.

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FreeStyle Games Reveals Initial Song List

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FreeStyle Games Reveals Initial Song List

Activision previously told us that Guitar Hero Live's GHTV mode would feature "hundreds" of songs at launch, but the actual offerings have yet to be detailed outside of the three songs we played during our hands-on time with the game. Now, however, we have a much clearer picture of what we'll be rocking out to later this year.

As FreeStyleGames has indicated, the setlist features a diverse collection of artists spanning several genres. We already knew that the Black Keys' "Gold on the Ceiling," Fall Out Boys' "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark," and The Killers' "When You Were Young" were on the setlist, but we now know that those tracks are joined by a bunch of new tracks from artists we already knew would be appearing, as well as a bunch of previously unannounced artists. You can check out the first wave of tracks coming to Guitar Hero Live and GHTV below.

Activision and FreeStyleGames will be announcing new tracks each week, further bolstering the line-up. Guitar Hero Live is set to launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U, iOS, and Android later this year. To learn more about the drastic shake-ups to the franchise's gameplay, you can check out our hands-on with the game, or the initial announcement.