Gameplay Footage OF The Sinking City Keeps You Uncomfortable

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Gameplay Footage OF The Sinking City Keeps You Uncomfortable

The Sinking City had a number of CG trailers to set the tone, but the first gameplay footage of the game gives us a better idea of the way the game plays and, of course, a heaping helping of tone to go along with it, too. 

There's a minute or so of gameplay here being narrated by a developer at Frogwares, showing a bit of a quest and a NPC. Check out the footage below.

The footage is cool, interesting, and mildly horrifying. The first character, with her lips sewn up, is genuinely kind of disturbing to look at. I really dig the ethereal flashback segments, as well.

First Spelunky 2 Gameplay Trailer And Details

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First Spelunky 2 Gameplay Trailer And Details

Spelunky 2 was announced last year at Sony's Paris Games Week pre-show with only a short cinematic trailer. Between the agony of not knowing anything about Spelunky 2 and the hopefulness of knowing it will probably be great like the original game, the lack of information was killer. Now, finally, we get a gameplay trailer and information on the game.

The trailer, which you find below, shows familiar Spelunky gameplay amped to 11. Shotguns, running, rideable animals, ghosts that freeze shopkeepers, A GUN THAT SHOOTS OUT CATS, and more are present in the first footage of the sequel.

Additionally, PSBlog has helpfully posted an interview with Spelunky creator Derek Yu with gives us a few details on the game. Yu mostly points out that the game will be an extension of the first title and they have been adding more and more to make it feel new and instantly familiar to fans.

First Spelunky 2 Gameplay Trailer And Details

about X hours ago from
First Spelunky 2 Gameplay Trailer And Details

Spelunky 2 was announced last year at Sony's Paris Games Week pre-show with only a short cinematic trailer. Between the agony of not knowing anything about Spelunky 2 and the hopefulness of knowing it will probably be great like the original game, the lack of information was killer. Now, finally, we get a gameplay trailer and information on the game.

The trailer, which you find below, shows familiar Spelunky gameplay amped to 11. Shotguns, running, rideable animals, ghosts that freeze shopkeepers, A GUN THAT SHOOTS OUT CATS, and more are present in the first footage of the sequel. Perhaps most importantly, co-op in the game will now be online, as well.

Additionally, PSBlog has helpfully posted an interview with Spelunky creator Derek Yu with gives us a few details on the game. Yu mostly points out that the game will be an extension of the first title and they have been adding more and more to make it feel new and instantly familiar to fans.

Destiny 2: Forsaken's Launch Trailer Begins The End Of Cayde-6

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Destiny 2: Forsaken's Launch Trailer Begins The End Of Cayde-6

Destiny 2: Forsaken is coming out fairly soon and Bungie is eager to celebrate the upcoming expansion with, well, a funeral. There's no more jokes for Destiny's resident jokester in the newest content's launch trailer, which you can find below.

The launch trailer shows new weapons, armor, and abilities for Forsaken, as well as a host of new story content and cutscenes. If you're hoping to go in fresh, keep your eyes off the launch trailer, and get ready for Forsaken when it launches next week on September 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Destiny 2: Forsaken's Launch Trailer Begins The End Of Cayde-6

about X hours ago from
Destiny 2: Forsaken's Launch Trailer Begins The End Of Cayde-6

Destiny 2: Forsaken is coming out fairly soon and Bungie is eager to celebrate the upcoming expansion with, well, a funeral. There's no more jokes for Destiny's resident jokester in the newest content's launch trailer, which you can find below.

The launch trailer shows new weapons, armor, and abilities for Forsaken, as well as a host of new story content and cutscenes. If you're hoping to go in fresh, keep your eyes off the launch trailer, and get ready for Forsaken when it launches next week on September 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Untitled Goose Game Gets A New Trailer, Also Coming To Switch

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Untitled Goose Game Gets A New Trailer, Also Coming To Switch

House House, the developers of the goose harassment simulator Untitled Goose Games, have announced that the goose will soon be loose on the Switch as well as PC.

Untitled Goose Game is a puzzle-style game where players take the role of a goose trying to achieve goals that inevitably involve annoying, bothering, and otherwise inconveniencing humans around you. We listed it as one of the best indie games we saw at GDC 2018, where we messed with an unlucky gardener.

The game is now being published by Panic, which has previously published the Campo Santo game Firewatch. Untitled Goose Game is coming out for PC and Switch in early 2019.

Untitled Goose Game Gets A New Trailer, Also Coming To Switch

about X hours ago from
Untitled Goose Game Gets A New Trailer, Also Coming To Switch

House House, the developers of the goose harassment simulator Untitled Goose Games, have announced that the goose will soon be loose on the Switch as well as PC.

Untitled Goose Game is a puzzle-style game where players take the role of a goose trying to achieve goals that inevitably involve annoying, bothering, and otherwise inconveniencing humans around you. We listed it as one of the best indie games we saw at GDC 2018, where we messed with an unlucky gardener.

The game is now being published by Panic, which has previously published the Campo Santo game Firewatch. Untitled Goose Game is coming out for PC and Switch in early 2019.

Pathfinder: Kingmaker Lets You Build Your Own Kingdom

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Pathfinder: Kingmaker Lets You Build Your Own Kingdom

The importance of a good leader for a kingdom can’t be understated, but fortunately your new kingdom has you to guide it.

Pathfinder: Kingmaker is an adaptation of the pen-and-paper RPG of the same name, putting players into the Pathfinder universe in the form of an isometric RPG. Kingmaker, of course, focuses on the Kingmaker campaign and puts building a kingdom at the center of a massive RPG story. The intention from developer Owlcat Games is to bring the table experience of the game, which they played themselves for hours on end, to a full 80-hour RPG.

Kingmaker was built around three core concepts: being true to Pathfinder, giving the player an interesting story, and letting them build their own kingdoms. The developers told us that it was extremely important to give players the chance to succeed and fail on their own merits while telling a compelling tale along the way. Players are going to understand how heavy the head that wears the crown really can be.

Pathfinder: Kingmaker Lets You Build Your Own Kingdom

about X hours ago from
Pathfinder: Kingmaker Lets You Build Your Own Kingdom

The importance of a good leader for a kingdom can’t be understated, but fortunately your new kingdom has you to guide it.

Pathfinder: Kingmaker is an adaptation of the pen-and-paper RPG of the same name, putting players into the Pathfinder universe in the form of an isometric RPG. Kingmaker, of course, focuses on the Kingmaker campaign and puts building a kingdom at the center of a massive RPG story. The intention from developer Owlcat Games is to bring the table experience of the game, which they played themselves for hours on end, to a full 80-hour RPG.

Kingmaker was built around three core concepts: being true to Pathfinder, giving the player an interesting story, and letting them build their own kingdoms. The developers told us that it was extremely important to give players the chance to succeed and fail on their own merits while telling a compelling tale along the way. Players are going to understand how heavy the head that wears the crown really can be.

Check Out New Footage Of A Quest From Action RPG Ashen

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Check Out New Footage Of A Quest From Action RPG Ashen

Ashen has been seen at a number of trade shows and even E3 appearances, but it might be hard to get a real feel for the game without getting hands on. Annapurna Interactive is doing the next best thing, with 12 minutes of narrated gameplay showing the ins and outs of the artistic action RPG.

The guided footage showcases the player and the NPC working together, Ashen's big central focus. Check it out below. 

The action is definitely familiar and looks to take inspiration from other games in the same vein. The extra person there really changes things up and it allows the enemy AI to be a little bit more aggressive. It definitely looks interesting in a sea of games with similar influences.