Can You Survive The Dreamy But Deadly Spirit Nexus Mazes?

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Ever wonder what makes up a person’s soul? According to the Tales of Hearts R, it’s a mystical force called Spiria, and Namco Bandai has released a number of screenshots showing it off.

Spiria is an essence that’s crucial to the story of Tales of Hearts R. Everyone in the game’s world has what’s called a Spiria Core, a hub of Spiria that governs a person’s soul. Tales of Hearts R’s story introduces Despir, an epidemic that feeds off those cores and afflicts entire towns.

As Kor Meteor, the game’s protagonist, players will perform a Spiria Link with sick villagers. This maneuver takes players to the Spiria Nexus, a dreamy labyrinth infested with Spiria-eating enemies known as Xerom. Players will have to purge to Nexus of the Xerom if they’re to save the infected.

Another Clerks Cast Member Joins Randal's Monday

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Nexus Games’s upcoming “point-and-geek” adventure game now features a cast that includes two Clerks veterans. Jeff Anderson (Clerks' Randal) will voice the titular character while Jason Mewes (Jay from Clerks) will portray Jay.

Fans of 1994’s Clerks and its 2006 sequel will recognize both actors, but despite naming similarities, Randal’s Monday is decidedly not a Clerks-branded game. As Anderson states in the video below, the game incorporates a wealth of pop culture references, some of which allude to Clerks – but the parallels end there.

The video below should help explain the situation, while the screenshots exemplify the cartoonish humor used in the game.

You Can Choose To Sentence A Man To Death In Dragon Age: Inquisition

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BioWare titles have featured morality systems for quite a while, with complexity and nuance growing with each installment. In Dragon Age: Inquisition, you can decide to execute someone dragged before you. We’re going to hope he deserved it.

In the latest trailer for the upcoming title, you’ll see some of the ways you can influence the story. As in previous entries, conversation choices will have an impact on the party members with you at the time. You’ll also make grander decisions, not the least of which is aligning yourself with the mages or the templars.

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Import Custom Images And Your Own Face Into WWE 2K15

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You might recall that NBA 2K15 includes the ability to scan your own face. The results were at times less than perfect (and more than amusing). That technology isn’t being used for WWE 2K15, but what is there seems better for anyone that knows how to use image editing software.

WWE 2K15 allows you to upload custom images for use on clothing or as tattoos. You can take a picture of yourself, strip out the background and import that, too. 

No messing with the Kinect or PlayStation Camera is required, but you’ll want to have a basic understanding of Photoshop (or a similar application) for best results. You can import a raw photograph too, but that might not turn out quite right. 

All Of LittleBigPlanet's DLC And Collected Objects Will Be Backwards Compatible

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All Of LittleBigPlanet's DLC And Collected Objects Will Be Backwards Compatible

All the DLC you've purchased and the assorted objects you collected in LittleBigPlanet and its sequel will be usable in LittleBigPlanet 3.

LittleBigPlanet community coordinator Steven Isbell wrote in the PlayStation blog, "Every single Costume Piece, Material, Object, Music Track and any other creative goodies that you have collected in your previous adventures with Sackboy will be able to be imported into LittleBigPlanet 3!" and getting all of your old previously purchased DLC with re-buying it will just be a matter of visiting the in-game store. You will also be able to access and play all of your previously published levels, as well – a detail that was revealed during the game's announcement.

Isbell promises that at the time of launch, a convenient FAQ will be available detailing how players can access all of their old content in the new game.

Climb Out Of The Space Ship For The First Person Shooting Demo

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Climb Out Of The Space Ship For The First Person Shooting Demo

Up until this point, we've really only seen Star Citizen's, admittedly impressive, space combat and exploration in action. At PAX Australia, developer Roberts Space Industries showed off the game's first-person shooting aspects.

You can check out the extended demo below which features both the traditional on-foot exploration and shooting, as well as zero-g shooting. The first-person shooting aspect of the game is being developed by the studio, Illfonic.

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Andy Serkis Voices Villainous CEO Guy Gisborne In Mike Bithell’s Volume

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Andy Serkis might be known for his work in The Lord of the Rings and recent Planet of The Apes films, but he’s got a history in gaming, too. Serkis was featured in Enslaved: Odyssey to the West and Heavenly Sword. He’s now joined the cast of another.

Developer Mike Bithell announced that Serkis has joined the cast of Volume, a retelling of the Robin Hood story. Serkis plays the sinister Guy Gisborne, a CEO who runs the country of England.

Serkis joins Charlie McDonnell as protagonist Rob Locksley and Danny Wallace as his AI accomplish, Alan. Volume is slated for release on PlayStation 4 and Vita first. PC and Mac versions will follow one month later.

Extreme Exorcism Dares You To Outsmart Its Shifty Ghosts

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Halloween may be the only holiday that delights in all things spooky and supernatural, but developer Golden Ruby Games wants to bring its spirit into 2015 with the paranormal-themed arena platformer Extreme Exorcism.

Players will control Mae Barrons, an exorcist tasked with purging a haunted house of its ghostly occupants. Mae is more hardcore than other members of her profession; instead of wielding the tried-and-true combo of a cross, bible, and holy water, she brandishes a lethal arsenal of swords, guns, explosives, and even a razor-edged boomerang.

Extreme Exorcism hopes to earn its title not just with Mae's unconventional take on her profession, but also with challenging matches that get tougher the longer you play them. Each time you cut down a ghost, another appears in its place. These ghosts will mimic your moves, meaning you’ll have to strategically think about your platforming if you plan to make it to the end of the match.

New Trailer Details Three Multiplayer Modes For Far Cry 4

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Far Cry 4's single player may tell the tale of Ajay Ghale getting caught up in the civil war between Pagan Min and rebels the Golden Path, but in the game's multiplayer you'll take both sides. 

The trailer introduces the multiplayer abilities of Pagan Min's Rakshasa (can use elephants/animals, disappear, and use blink arrows among other abilities) and the Golden Path (access to a large arsenal and technology), and three multiplayer modes:

Outpost: The Rakshasa must control Golden Path outposts throughout the land.