New Story Trailer Details Post Game Content And Release Date

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New Story Trailer Details Post Game Content And Release Date

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker is the long awaited 3DS remake of the original Devil Survivor 2, originally released in Japan July 2011. A new story trailer for the game was released today offering some insight into the story of the new post-game content. If you haven’t played the original version or watched the 2013 anime adaptation, you might want to avoid watching the trailer as it does reveal one of the routes for how the original game ended.

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The trailer also reveals the release date for Record Breaker as May 5. If you want to learn more about Record Breaker, including all of the improvements over the original, check out our initial preview and the reveal trailer.

New Video Looks At The Improvisation Engine

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New Video Looks At The Improvisation Engine

OtherSide Entertainment, the independent studio headed by Paul Neurath of Looking Glass fame, has released a new video discussing the Improvisation Engine used by Ultima Underworld’s spiritual successor.

Joined by Warren Spector, who is serving as a creative advisor for the project, Lead Designer Tim Stellmach walks players through Ultima Underworld’s unique systems, and explains what OtherSide is doing to update the game’s foundation.

Released in 1992, Ultima Underworld is widely considered one of the most influential RPGs ever created. The team responsible for Ultima Underworld eventually became Looking Glass Studios, and went on to create Thief and System Shock. 

New Japanese Trailer Shows New Areas And Scenes

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New Japanese Trailer Shows New Areas And Scenes

They're technically not completely new areas as we did see them in the Wii version of the game, but this is the first time we've seen them on 3DS.

The trailer, which you can see below, is in Japanese, so there is a language barrier if you don't speak Japanese, but there is plenty to look at. You will see  new to 3DS areas, costumes, weapons, and cutscenes. Xenoblade Chronicles 3D is coming to New 3DS (it's not compatible with 3DS, 3DS XL, or the 2DS) on April 10.

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The Collector's Edition Unboxing

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The Homeworld Remastered Collection is headed for release on February 25. Late last week, we learned more about the project in the team's development diary. The collector's edition arrived in the office today so we had the opportunity to unbox it. You can join me in my journey to see what came with it!

After being handed the collector's edition I needed to find a space to unbox everything, so I found this empty room a few doors down. We got a note with the collector's edition that this particular one was the first one off the assembly line so that was pretty awesome. It also said that all of the collector's editions have already been pre-ordered, so if you want one and haven't already snagged an order, you are likely going to have to get it secondhand.

The box is a nice blue and white color and looks pretty slick. I looked around for a way to open, but it wasn't entirely obvious.

The Classic Board Game Morphs Into A Game Show

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The Classic Board Game Morphs Into A Game Show

Hasbro and Ubisoft have released Trivial Pursuit Live! which can be purchased today on PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

The console game reimagines the traditional, famous board game by giving it a new game show twist. The game is compatible for up to four players to challenge each other in several different rounds, from a variety of more than 1,200 questions. Different game question modes pop up at random through each round, such as Hot Seat, where a player races against the clock to answer as many questions as possible. Another is Greedy Grab, which eliminates players from subsequent questions if they answer incorrectly. 

The game can be downloaded on the Hasbro Game Channel through Xbox Live or PlayStation Network. Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions are $9.99 respectively, and PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions are priced $14.99. Watch the game trailer below for more details.

Explosive Dead Or Alive 5: Last Round Trailer Doesn’t Pull Punches

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Explosive Dead Or Alive 5: Last Round Trailer Doesn’t Pull Punches

Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja are rolling out the last version of Dead or Alive 5. This installment hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 versions are en route to stores. The PlayStation 3 edition will arrive digitally on February 24.

To celebrate the release, which includes two new fighters, the team has delivered a new trailer showcasing the explosive stage events players can trigger during matches. You’ll get to see some of the costumes and characters as they duke it out in a number of different settings.

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Free-To-Play FPS/Card Game Hybrid Now Available On The Vita

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Free-To-Play FPS/Card Game Hybrid Now Available On The Vita

Deadman’s Cross came out almost exactly a year ago on IOS and Android and today Square Enix has released a Vita version of the free-to-play hit. Deadman’s Cross mixes first person shooter elements and a card game together and both revolve heavily around zombies. While the mobile versions originally launched with around 100 cards, the Vita edition has 400 cards to collect.

Deadman’s Cross features both co-op and PvP features that works across all three versions of the game. Considering the mobile versions alone attracted 4.7 million downloads, there should be a healthy amount of competition. Cross-save is a feature of Deadman’s Cross, so you can bounce your save around between all three editions of the game.

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Behind The Scenes Video Goes In-Depth With The Knights Of The Order: 1886

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Behind The Scenes Video Goes In-Depth With The Knights Of The Order: 1886

The latest behind-the-scenes video for The Order: 1886 explores the game's characters and the actors that voice them. In the video the developers at Ready at Dawn talk about the characters, the relationships between them, the voice actors that bring them to life, and the technology that wraps it all up .

For more in this video series, check out this previous video covering the game's graphics. The Order: 1886 comes out for PlayStation 4 on Friday, February 20.

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Eject Helpless Roller Coaster Riders In ScreamRide’s Demo On February 17

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Eject Helpless Roller Coaster Riders In ScreamRide’s Demo On February 17

Microsoft is giving Xbox One and Xbox 360 players a chance to take ScreamRide for an experimental ride. The full game is two weeks away, but you can start running off the rails tomorrow.

The demo includes three different modes of the more than 50 campaign levels found in the full version. You’ll be able to drive coasters, build your own, and eject explosive capsules filled with riders at buildings.

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Celebrate Presidents’ Day With Code Name S.T.E.A.M. And Honest Abe

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President Lincoln is assembling a strike team of elite commandos, and he wants you. On this Presidents’ Day, Honest Abe is showing off what we can look forward to in Code Name S.T.E.A.M. next month.

The title blends Intelligent Systems’ history of strategy with more fluid movement systems of games like Valkyria Chronicles. With a healthy dose of historical fiction, we get one of Nintendo’s most anticipated titles for the first half of 2015.

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