Take Part In The Hundred Years War In This History Inspired Action Game

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Take Part In The Hundred Years War In This History Inspired Action Game

Koei Tecmo America and Omega Force have just announced their upcoming action title Bladestorm: Nightmare, which will be releasing for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Xbox One sometime early next year. The game, which is a sequel to 2007’s Bladestorm: The Hundred Years’ War, is described as a Troop Command Action game.

The gameplay is somewhat similar to Koei Tecmo’s popular Dynasty Warriors series, but with control over a small troupe of units rather than just one character. Players can choose to fight for England or France, and then take part in missions inspired by the actual events of ‘the Hundred Years War’. You will also be able to create a unique character who can work his or her way up the ranks by winning battles, earning fame and fortune along the way. 

Bladestorm: Nightmare also includes the unique Nightmare mode, featuring an all new scenario with 32 additional playable characters from different parts of history, such as Joan of Arc. The game will release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in early 2015, as well as on PlayStation 3 as a digital download. 

Strike Suit Zero Team Breaks Ground On Its Next Title, Fractured Space

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Strike Suit Zero Team Breaks Ground On Its Next Title, Fractured Space

The team behind Strike Suit Zero (a Kickstarted PC title that is now available on consoles, too) has formed Edge Case Games and announced a new project. Fractured Space will focus on larger ships in team-based combat.

Fractured Space joins Yager’s Dreadnought in the newly popular big-ship space fighting genre. Edge Case is planning to pilot the title via Steam Early Access in 2014, with a free-to-play release in 2015.

Those that jump in early will get exclusive perks, ships, crew members, boosters, and more. You can check out early concept art below.

Take A Peak At The Art Book

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The Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth: The Wild Cards Premium Edition includes an art book (among other things) and Atlus is offering an early peak at a few pages from the book.

The The Wild Cards Premium Edition, which includes all of the contents on the right above, comes with an art book, which you can check out by heading here, or clicking the sample image below.

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Check Out Sunset Overdrive’s Launch Trailer, Get A Free In-Game Costume

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Technically, the headline is two separate thoughts. We have the Sunset Overdrive launch trailer below ahead of the game’s October 28 release. There’s also an opportunity to pick up an in-game costume if you act quickly.

The Sunset Overdrive launch trailer gives you a glimpse at the story as your customizable player character rises from custodian to catastrophe machine. You can check it out below.

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A Closer Look At Dragon Age: Inquisition’s Iron Bull, Sera, And Dorian

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Dragon Age: Inquisition is out in just under a month, and BioWare is starting to give us a closer look at the cast. In a new video, we get some more information about the warrior Iron Bull, rogue archer Sera, and mage Dorian.

BioWare’s third Dragon Age title puts players in the role of the Inquisitor, who is tasked with saving Thedas from a new threat. He or she will have nine different companions to choose from, in addition to being able to sculpt the player character from a number of races and classes.

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John Cena Does Dylan Thomas In WWE 2K15 Commercial

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John Cena Does Dylan Thomas In WWE 2K15 Commercial

Not since Back to School has there been such a stirring rendition of Dylan Thomas' famous poem. Watch John Cena, Bray Wyatt, Roman Reigns, and others gather their thoughts before entering the ring.

For more on the game, check out this recent behind-the-scenes video.

WWE 2K15 – developed by Yuke's and Visual Concepts – comes out October 28 for PS3/Xbox 360, and later on November 18 for the PS4/Xbox One (from which the gameplay footage was captured).

Save The City Of San Fransokyo In 2D Action-Platformer

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Save The City Of San Fransokyo In 2D Action-Platformer

If you can’t wait for the upcoming theatrical release of Disney’s Big Hero 6, you can get a sneak peek of the action with 1st Playable Production's upcoming video game adaptation Disney’s Big Hero 6: Battle in the Bay. Today 1st Playable has released some new screenshots for the game, showing off both the 3DS and DS version of the title.

Taking place in the fictional city of San Fransokyo, the sidescrolling action-platformer features four playable heroes from the movie, and 20 levels to complete. There are a number of collectibles and upgrades for players to find, and even Challenge Mode versions of each level for those seeking a greater challenge.

Disney’s Big Hero 6: Battle in the Bay releases for Nintendo DS and 3DS on October 28. 

Steelix and Glalie Get Mega Evolutions In Pokémon Alpha Sapphire And Omega Ruby

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The Pokémon Company is loading the upcoming remakes of Pokémon Sapphire and Ruby with mega evolutions. Two more have been revealed, with Steelix and Glalie getting a boost.

When Steelix evolves, its defense is increased and it picks up the Iron Tail move. Paired with the Sand Force ability (increases rock-, ground-, and steel-type power by 30 percent), the Iron Tail is devastating.

Glalie is an ice-type that gets a boost to speed, attack, and special attack when it mega evolves. It earns two new moves in its mega form.

Another Look Behind The Scenes Of WWE 2K15

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Another Look Behind The Scenes Of WWE 2K15

Next week marks the release of WWE 2K15 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, but eyes are firmly focused on the first series entry on new-gen consoles. In this new behind-the-scenes look (click here for part one), we learn more about the motion capture, animation, and cinematic changes in store.

This year’s game features six times the animations as previous years, with new moves captured for a more cinematic and authentic feel. Attention has been paid to animations and making each wrestler feel more distinct.

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