PS4 Gets Procedurally Generated Horror Game Grave

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A large part of horror is the unexpected, and what could be more unexpected than a procedurally generated world? Developer Broken Window Studios' Grave is just that kind of experience, and now it's coming to the PS4 in 2015.

The Kickstarted game is a part of the ID@Xbox indie program for the Xbox One, and it will also come out for the PC, Mac, and Linux. Broken Window says that the console games will come out simultaneously and be identical.

Grave drops players in a procedurally generated desert world where light is your one savior. Forage for supplies such as flares and weapons during the day and hunker down against enemy creatures during the night. But that's only part of the experience. As the trailer below aptly demonstrates, Grave's world is not only procedurally generated, but quite a surreal one – another feature that will keep you on edge.

Three New Trailers And Q And A Video Answer All Your Questions

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Three New Trailers And Q And A Video Answer All Your Questions

Persona Q for 3DS  is a little over a week, and if you have any lingering questions about the game, you probably won't after this.

Atlus has released three new trailers detailing the game's battle and map system, and well as the game's FOEs – basically powerful enemies. You can check out the three new trailer below.

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Evolve Alpha Participants Played Over One Million Rounds

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Evolve Alpha Participants Played Over One Million Rounds

Evolve's alpha ended about a week ago, and developer Turtle Rock has shared some statistics about how it went.

In an e-mail sent to participants, Turtle Rock thanked everyone for playing remarking that lots of good data was generated. It also gather some statistic, which you can see in the image below. Some of the highlights include the number of rounds played (1,327,493), the most popular class (Assault), and the longest round (40 minutes). You can check out the infographic below. For our hands-on with Evolve's alpha, head here, and to see us play the game in an episode of Test Chamber, head here.

If you played the alpha and are interested in offering some feedback, you can take a survey here.

Surprise Trailer Displays Claymation Point-And-Click Gameplay

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Armikrog, the next game from Doug TenNapel and the creators of The Neverhood, looks as impressive and charming as we’d hoped. The trailer that flaunts the development team’s claymation prowess was originally released exclusively to backers of the game’s Kickstarter in October, but it’s now available to the public, and you can check it out here. Right now. (Seriously, watch it.)

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Armikrog’s developer, Pencil Test Studios, in the wake of its successful Kickstarter in June 2013. Nevertheless, seeing the progress the developer has made on the game is a welcome surprise. But don’t take my word for it: the trailer below says more than I can.

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New Video Details Turtle Rock's Iterative Development Process

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New Video Details Turtle Rock's Iterative Development Process

In the last episode of The Evolution of Evolve, we got an early peek at the asymmetric multiplayer game’s “Big Alpha.” This time around, the show goes behind the scenes, showing off the many iterations Evolve had before it became the game it is now.

In the video, Adam Sessler once again interviews developers at Turtle Rock and uncovers new details. Originally, there would only be one hunter for each class of character. Turtle Rock later decided to give players a wider breadth of choice and introduced more characters, including the support class’ Cabot  and Abe the trapper.

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Join The Roadtrip In This Final Fantasy XV Demo Walkthrough

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Join The Roadtrip In This Final Fantasy XV Demo Walkthrough

Square Enix is showing off more of Final Fantasy XV in a new walkthrough video. The cast pulls to the side of the road and jaunts through the wildlife-packed plains.

Unfortunately, this is just a scenic trip. We don't get a chance to see much of combat in the 10 minutes of footage. In fact, it seems like Square Enix goes out of its way to hide it, as party members are attacked a number of times, but only fight back briefly.

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This video is a good look at the visual fidelity (it's running at 1080p), but doesn't really tell us much more about the game. I just hope these young men remember where they parked.

For more on Final Fantasy XV, check out our preview from TGS.

Tales From The Borderlands 'Zer0 Sum' Trailer Rockets To Pandora

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It won't be long before Telltale's latest series, Tales from the Bordlerands, drops us into a new spin on Gearbox's franchise. A new trailer heralds the imminent arrival of the first episode, Zer0 Sum.

There's also been a casting change, with Sam Witwer (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed) out as Rhys. Stepping in is Troy Baker. He's joining Infamous: Second Son castmate Laura Bailey, who plays Fiona. The Nerdist founder Chris Hardwick plays Vaughn, with Patrick Warburton voicing Vasquez. Dameon Clarke reprises his role as Handsome Jack.

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We had a chance to play part of the first episode at PAX this year. You can check out our hands-on preview for more information. Tales from the Borderlands will launch on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. Android and iOS versions are coming before the end of 2014.

Rayquaza And Deoxys Fight For The Fate Of Hoenn In New Trailer

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Nintendo’s newest trailer for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire has a ton of reveals. Not only are there a bevy of legendary pokémon to catch in the previously revealed mirage zones, a new story quest is also set in space

The fate of Hoenn is in peril in the Delta Episode – a giant asteroid hurtles toward the region while the Sky High Pokémon Rayquaza and the DNA Pokémon Deoxys battle each other in space. To make matters worse, the nefarious Team Magma and Team Aqua have added to the turmoil by attacking the Mossdeep Space Center. It’s up to the player, some familiar faces, and a mysterious trainer named Zinnia to save the planet.

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Rayquaza And Deoxys Fight For The Fate Of Hoenn In New Trailer

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Rayquaza And Deoxys Fight For The Fate Of Hoenn In New Trailer

Nintendo’s newest trailer for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire has a ton of reveals. Not only are there a bevy of legendary pokémon to catch in the previously revealed mirage zones, a new story quest is also set in space

The fate of Hoenn is in peril in the Delta Episode – a giant asteroid hurtles toward the region while the Sky High Pokémon Rayquaza and the DNA Pokémon Deoxys battle each other in space. To make matters worse, the nefarious Team Magma and Team Aqua have added to the turmoil by attacking the Mossdeep Space Center. It’s up to the player, some familiar faces, and a mysterious trainer named Zinnia to save the planet.

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The Crew Season Pass Speeds In Right Behind Retail Release

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The Crew is getting a season pass that will deliver four monthly content packs and two exclusive cars. A new trailer shows off some of the rides you can take out for a spin if you decide to buy in.
Those that purchase the season pass will immediately get access to the Ferrari 458 Special and the McLaren 12C. These will be available alongside the game's release.

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Following that, season pass holders will receive the Extreme Car pack, Speed Car pack, Vintage Car pack, and Raid Car pack. Each pack comes with three cars, along with new paint jobs, rims, and stickers. These will also be available a la carte, but those that buy in bulk will get them a week early.

The Crew will be out on December 2 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and PC. For more, check out our most recent preview.