Complete Tasks To Recruit The Citizens Of Earth To Your Cause

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In this new trailer for Atlus' upcoming retro-inspired RPG, we get to take a look at the day in the life for the vice president you are controlling. In order to recruit citizens to your cause, you must complete tasks and missions for them.

Each of the citizens you recruit have special abilities and skills that make them unique and worthwhile to recruit. Take a look at the trailer below to see this in action.

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New Trailer Shows Off Impressive Graphical Improvements

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New Trailer Shows Off Impressive Graphical Improvements

Deep Silver and 4A Games have remastered Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light – and this new video shows just how much they've improved the games.

This new trailer shows off a lot of side-by-side footage of Redux and the last-gen versions of the Metro games. As you can see, it's a e very marked improvement.

4A Games hasn't just improved the visuals, Metro Redux also features better AI, weapon-handling, and framerate. They developers have created new areas to weave between levels that ended and started abruptly, and have added new secrets and enemy encounters. PC users will be able to run the game at 4K resolution if their gaming rig can handle. The Metro games are two of the most underrated of the last generation; Redux looks like a great way to experience them if you haven't already.

New Screens And Video Detail New And Returning Network Features

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Today Koei Tecmo America released new screenshots and an in-game video, along with new information on their upcoming hack-n’-slash action game Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate’s online and offline network modes. The modes include the all-new Gauntlet mode, the Duel mode, and the return of local and online co-op and competitive multiplayer.

In Gauntlet mode, players will create a party of up to five characters and complete missions together on a dynamic, changing battlefield. Players will be able to either upload their own party or download another player’s for use in Gauntlet mode. This mode will feature 2 player co-op or solo gameplay.

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Control Your Cast Of Characters To Pull Off The Big Job

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Celebrity appearances in video games are nothing new, but I never expected to see one quite like this. From Kalypso Media and Skilltree Studios comes Crookz, a tactical heist game set in the '70s, debuted earlier this week with a trailer featuring none other than adult entertainer Ron Jeremy.

In Crookz, you'll command a ragtag group of thieves, each with their own specialties like lock-picking and brute strength, to pull off high-stakes robberies across 20 missions. In a parody of films like Ocean's Eleven, the live-action announcement trailer sets the tone for the groovy, mustached mayhem that is sure to ensue.

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Techland Releases Intense Dying Light Gamescom Trailer

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Techland is giving you an advanced look at Dying Light before its shown at Gamescom. Spoiler alert: It's gory and intense.

The game is certainly looking good, and every bit as bloody as you would expect. Check back next week for more on all the titles being show at Gamescom.

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Return To Hong Kong This October

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Return To Hong Kong This October

The rumors and speculation have been confirmed by Square Enix. Sleeping Dogs is getting a definitive edition, and you won’t have to wait long for it.

United Front is handling the updated version, which will be released for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The package comes with the Year of the Snake story episode and the Nightmare in North Point horror expansion. An additional 22 pieces of content (likely clothes for protagonist Wei Shen) are included, also.

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Lara Croft And Crew Get Preorder Costumes Inspired By Deus Ex, Hitman

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Lara Croft And Crew Get Preorder Costumes Inspired By Deus Ex, Hitman

Players who preorder Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris from participating retailers will have a deeper wardrobe to pull from, including skins and items based on Deus Ex: Human Revolution and the Hitman series. In addition, publisher Square Enix has announced a special Gold Edition for the game, as well as details on its season pass.

Once again, customers are going to face a tough decision. If you preorder the game from Steam, you can get the Hitman Pack, which includes classy suit-and-tie outfits as well as Agent 47's trademark Silverballer pistols and a ring that increases the amount of damage that your bombs and weapons create. Amazon customers will get the Ultimate Augmentation Pack, which provides Deus Ex-themed sunglasses and costumes for your character, Adam Jensen's combat rifle, and a ring that reduces the price of treasure chests by 10 percent. Finally, if you choose to preorder from GameStop (Disclosure: GameStop is Game Informer's parent company) you can get the Lara Croft Legend Pack. It includes old-school Tomb Raider costumes, a better torch, a golden gun, and a ring that provides health regeneration. Take a look at the images in the gallery below for a look at each of the costumes.

Troy Baker And Alastair Duncan Discuss Voicing Shadow Of Mordor’s Lead Roles

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Now that we know who (and what) Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor’s wraith is, it’s become clear that the game has not one, but two protagonists. Talion and Celebrimbor are bound by purpose and revenge throughout the title, which means voice actors Troy Baker and Alastair Duncan interact quite a bit during the story.

A new video gives us a look behind the scenes of Shadow of Mordor’s motion capture, as Baker and Duncan discuss how they’ve approach their roles. You can see more on Celebrimbor and how the two interact in previous coverage.

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Toxikk Brings Back Old-School FPS Multiplayer

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A newly announced first-person shooter is looking to bring competitive multiplayer back to the glory days, and the first trailer is promising.

Despite the unfortunate name (which, to be fair, does fit with the '90s shooter theme), Toxikk looks like a refreshing throwback for Quake and Unreal Tournament fans. Sure, there are some modern conventions like skill-based rewards and damage indicators that show where enemy fire is coming from, but it's what's missing that sets the game apart from contemporary shooters; Toxikk doesn't have classes, leveling, regenerating health, iron-sight aiming, or reloading. The result is a gorgeous-looking game that should play like the classic online shooters of days past.

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Retro-Inspired Action-Platformer Comes To PC Later This Summer

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Retro-Inspired Action-Platformer Comes To PC Later This Summer

Publisher Nicalis announced their latest project today, an action-platformer called Castle in the Darkness. Developer Matt Kap worked on The Binding of Isaac and has been hard at work on Castle in the Darkness for two years.

Castle in the Darkness’ retro inspiration is apparent in everything from its art direction to its brutal difficulty to its story. The kingdom of Alexandria has come under attack by an evil sorcerer, who has unleashed an army of darkness, slaughtered the royal knights, and (of course) kidnapped the princess. Players control the last surviving knight of Alexandria on his quest to defeat the dark wizard and rescue the princess.

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