Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Slashes Onto Consoles This December

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Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Slashes Onto Consoles This December

Activision and Torn Banner have announced the release date for the console versions of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. The multiplayer title is headed for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in December.

Along with confirmation of the release date, Activision has announced a $14.99 price point for the game. Chivalry supports twelve players online in free-for-all and team modes. Also, there are log traps for squishing enemies. 

The title is due on December 2 for PlayStation 3 and December 3 for Xbox 360.

Battle Waves Of Monstrosities In This New Mix Of Tower-Defense And Action-RTS

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Deathtrap, a new tower-defense RPG from Neocore Games, is releasing on Steam Early Access in less than a week. If you haven’t heard of the game before, Neocore has just released a teaser trailer showcasing Deathtrap’s unique gameplay.

The trailer shows off three of the game’s different maps, where the Sorceress unleashes her deadly spells upon waves of enemies. You can also see some of the game’s many traps scattered through the area. 

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Get A Look At The Animation And Combat of The Legend Of Korra

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Get A Look At The Animation And Combat of The Legend Of Korra

Activision is giving us a look behind the scenes of its upcoming title based on Nickelodeon’s The Legend of Korra. In two new videos, you’ll get a peek at the original animation for the cutscenes and the game’s combat.

The first video takes us inside Titmouse, the animation studio that is working on the cutscenes. Titmouse is no stranger to the Avatar universe, having created the title sequence for Avatar: The Last Airbender.

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République Episode Three Sneaks Into iOS, Android On October 23

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République Episode Three Sneaks Into iOS, Android On October 23

Camouflaj’s stealth mobile title République gets its third episode very soon. The developer has announced that part three of five will be available in the App Store on October 23.

Episode three, titled Ones and Zeroes includes new weapons, a new puzzle, and new abilities to see and deal with guards. Camouflaj, founded by Halo 4 creative director and Metal Gear Solid 4 producer Ryan Payton, says this installment is the longest yet. Season pass holders can also get a look behind the scenes in a video documentary.

The episode costs $4.99, but the season pass is available for $14.99. If you haven’t yet tried République, the first part will be discounted to $2.99 for a week, alongside the launch of episode three. The first three episodes are also coming to Android on October 23.

See Evolve’s Savage Goliath Tear Through The Jungle

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See Evolve’s Savage Goliath Tear Through The Jungle

With Evolve’s alpha test slated for the end of this month, Turtle Rock is giving us a look at a variant for original monster Goliath. The Savage Goliath skin is a new look for the hulking, fire breathing beast.

The trailer doesn’t show us anything new, except the red deco that was applied to the NYCC-exclusive statue of the beast. Savage Goliath is a pre-order bonus (along with a monster expansion that will add a third monster to join Goliath and Kraken).

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New Trailer Shows Fluster Cluck's Cast Will Turn Anything Into 'Chikkin'

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With the release of the Fluster Cluck just around the corner, developer Loot Entertainment has released a trailer and bevy of images showcasing its out-of-this world cast. All six featured characters are fully playable, and are styled to reflect their unique personalities.

Cornichon, for example, doesn’t look like his friends because he fell into the Chikkinizer – a machine that turns everything you put in it into “chikkin” – one too many times, while Magnetar’s mean demeanor is reflected in his bright red eyes.

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Guilty Gear Xrd –SIGN- Releasing On PlayStation 4 And PlayStation 3 December 16

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Arc System Works’ newest fighting game, Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-, will be released on December 16 for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in North America, Aksys announced today. Developed on the Unreal 3 engine, the game will feature an all new graphical style that incorporates 3D models made to look like 2D sprites.

In addition to these flashy new graphics, Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- will feature three all new characters bringing the roster total to 16. They did mention that one of the characters, Elphelt, will be DLC not included in the main game.

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Meet The Actors Behind Assassin’s Creed Unity’s Cast

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Assassin’s Creed Unity follows in the series footsteps of blending fiction with historical figures. In a new video from Ubisoft, you’ll see Arno and Elise alongside the Marquis de Sade, Napoleon Bonaparte, and Maximillen de Robespierre.

If you’re confused why the characters speak with an English accent despite being French, that’s a bit complicated (even more so since the actors don’t seem to have British accents). According to creative director Alex Amancio, it’s a combination of the fictional Animus tech and the period setting.

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The UNSC’s Finest Get To Work In First Halo: Spartan Strike Trailer

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Yesterday, Microsoft and 343 Industries announced a follow-up to 2013’s Halo: Spartan Assault. A second top-down, twin stick shooter is planned for release first on Windows 8 PCs and Windows Phone.

Spartan Strike will pit you against the Promethean enemies players faced in Halo 4. This time out, you’ll also be able to jump into Warthogs and the new Kestral VTOL craft.

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Want To Watch Dreadnought’s Giant Space Ships Engage In Combat? Make It So

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Want To Watch Dreadnought’s Giant Space Ships Engage In Combat? Make It So

At PAX 2014, we had the chance to play Yager’s upcoming free-to-play, capitol ship combat game Dreadnought. We liked it so much that we made another pass by the booth to play it again later in the weekend to take in the team’s very different approach to dogfighting.

In Dreadnought, you aren’t controlling snub fighters. You’re at the helm of ships the size of the Millennium Falcon, Enterprise, and Galactica. In a new video, game director Peter Holzapfel and designer Eino Joas talk through a game of team deathmatch.

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