Blood Bowl II Kicks Off On The New Platforms

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Blood Bowl II Kicks Off On The New Platforms

Blood Bowl II was announced for the PC back in 2013, and now publisher Focus Home Interactive and developer Cyanide Studio have added the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One to the roster – as well as a timeframe for all the versions of the game.

The sequel – a bloody stew of football and strategy gaming inspired by Warhammer – is slated for this coming spring.

Developer Cyanide says that it wants to include modes and gameplay aimed at new players as well as returning fans, and that the title includes new features such as being able to upgrade your stadium.

Resident Evil Re-Remake Arrives On January 20

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Resident Evil Re-Remake Arrives On January 20

Capcom has announced the release date for the update to the previously Gamecube-exclusive Resident Evil Remake. The title will be coming next month at a budget price.

The title will be priced at $19.99 on all five systems. It arrives on January 20 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC.

For more on Resident Evil, check out our coverage from November. There, you’ll find more information about both Resident Evil Revelations 2 and the updated Remake.

Get A Sense Of Monster Hunter Monster Scale With Collection Of Infographics

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Get A Sense Of Monster Hunter Monster Scale With Collection Of Infographics

Monster Hunter's monsters are huge, but it's hard to get a sense of just how big they are without some comparison.

Ahead of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate's early 2015 3DS release, Capcom has released a collection of images that show just how big Monster Hunter's monsters are – and it is imposing.

You can check out the images below and in the gallery. You can also check out an editorial from Tim Turi about how spending time with Dark Souls has finally given him the tools he needs to be excited about Monster Hunter by heading here.

Seize (And Hold) Your Fiefdom On PC, Mac, And Mobile In Total War Battles: Kingdom

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Seize (And Hold) Your Fiefdom On PC, Mac, And Mobile In Total War Battles: Kingdom

After releasing Total War Battles: Shogun on mobile devices in 2011, Creative Assembly’s Digital Team is releasing another entry in the portable series, Total War Battles: Kingdom. The game takes place at the turn of the 10th century as players build their realms and fight with neighboring kingdoms for dominion.

Kingdom will release as a free-to-play title featuring multiplayer battles in which deception, subterfuge, and betrayal are viable means of maintaining dominance. The game’s persistent world means that your kingdom’s goings-on will chug along even when you’re not playing. It will also feature cross-platform play, letting you save your game in one place and pick up where you left off on another system.

Along with the game’s announcement comes a trailer and screenshots, which you can view below.

Atlus Announces Etrian Mystery Dungeon For North America

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Atlus Announces Etrian Mystery Dungeon For North America

Hot off the excellent Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth (our review), Atlus has announced another Etrian Odyssey mashup bound for North American shores. This time, the publisher is teaming up with Spike Chunsoft for Etrian Mystery Dungeon.

The Etrian side of the family will contribute to the party customization, with the Mystery Dungeon series contributing randomly generated dungeons with loads of loot. The third-person perspective will also resemble the Mystery Dungeon series instead of the first-person view found in the Etrian games.

The experience will borrow heavily from Mystery Dungeon’s roguelike roots, with Etrian characters driving the RPG elements. Atlus is planning to release the title on 3DS in Spring 2015. 

Learn How To Play Five Of Evolveā€™s Game Modes

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2K Games and Turtle Rock have delivered a heap of new Evolve footage and screenshots. Everything kicks off with a story trailer focused on the game’s Evacuation mode. You and your team need to get civilians off the planet Shear before the monsters overrun you.

This story trailer also includes two sneak peaks at a new monster. The Wraith is first seen in a suspension tank. Later, you see it teleport in for a brutal slash. Don’t blink.

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The Sassanid Empire Capitalizes On Conflict In 'Red Horse' Trailer

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The Sassanid Empire Capitalizes On Conflict In 'Red Horse' Trailer

The number of warring nations of Total War: Attila has increased by one: the Sassanid Empire of Persia claims a stake in the Roman/barbarian conflict. The red horse featured in a new trailer is a symbol of power among the Sassanid forces.

Creative Assembly’s latest strategy title is centered around the conflict between the Roman Empire and the Huns, but the Sassanid Empire of the Dark Ages exploits the confusion surrounding the conflict for military advantage. Leading any of the game’s numerous armies means, among other concerns, quelling mutinies to avoid civil war and ensure unity among your forces. The trailer below depicts the Sassanid army entering the stage of war.

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Distance Explores The PS4 In 2015

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In the future, everything is different – including the racing. Distance is a futuristic racer from indie studio Refract that's about more than just super speeds, and the self-billed survival racer has just been announced for the PS4.

The game is expected for the system sometime in 2015, and presents a new take on racing complete with platforming, barrel rolls, car-splitting lasers, flying, and much more. The game is not only about survival, but the "tracks" are also somewhat freeform in that they encourage you to explore and go in different directions; breaking away from linearity.

Distance features various multiplayer modes as well as an Adventure mode that introduces players to the car's functions via a short story.

Barry Burton Returns As Resident Evil Revelations 2 Gets Release Dates

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Capcom has put dates on all four episodes of Resident Evil Revelations 2. The title will be out in February, and we have a new trailer and  batch of screenshots featuring original cast member Barry Burton.

It was Burton who delivered two of the most stilted lines in Resident Evil history, offering Jill “Master of Unlocking” Valentine a lockpick just hours before she almost became a “Jill sandwich.” Capcom has also revealed details about other modes included in the episodic title.

Each installment will include raid mode and two scenarios. One focuses on Claire Redfield and Moira Burton, Barry’s Daughter. The other puts Barry and Natalia Korda in the spotlight.

Launch Trailer Dares You To Duel At High Noon

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The western-themed arena shooter Secret Ponchos launches on PlayStation 4 today and developer Switchblade Monkeys has released a trailer showcasing the game’s multiplayer action. What’s more, the title is free this month for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

As you can see from the trailer below, Secret Ponchos’ deathmatches are riddled with lead and gunsmoke. The strategic arena shooter boasts a variety of gameplay modes – both online and off — and a customizable roster of five characters.

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