Attack On Titan: Humanity In Chains Will Come With Free 3DS Theme

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Attack On Titan: Humanity In Chains Will Come With Free 3DS Theme

Atlus has delivered a new trailer of Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains along with some details about when we can play it. Check out the video below to see the members of the Scout Regiment in action.

The trailer features Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Levi, and Sasha, along with a number of different Titans (and a lot of blood). You’ll be able to pick it up in North America on May 12 for $39.99.

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Project Cars Opens Up Its Garage

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Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios have revealed the car lineup for the upcoming Project Cars. It features more than 60 vehicles, which cater to a variety of different driving styles. Whether your tastes include karts, road racing, open wheel, or stock-car races, there's probably something for you here.

The first list includes the cars that ship with the game. After that, you can see the bonus cars you'll get from buying the digital version of the game, as well as the first in a series of free DLC cars.

For more information on Project Cars, take a look at our hands-on impressions – complete with video of our six-lap race.

Playtonic Fully Unveils Banjo-Kazooie Spiritual Sucessor Yooka-Laylee, Kickstarter Begins Tomorrow

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The stars of the long teased Project Ukelele from a collection of former Rare developers have been unveiled – a chameleon and a bat named Yooka and Laylee.

Much like Banjo-Kazooie, the duo is named after an instrument and must work together to perform platforming feats. You can see the two above, and so far we've seen Laylee the bat carrying Yooka to extend a jump, and Yooka rolling quickly as Laylee rides on top. IGN has the first gameplay footage which you can see here.

Playtonic has decided to crowd-fund the game and is launching a Kickstarter tomorrow, where we will find out more details about the game. Some other details about Yooka and Laylee are they were created by Steve Mayles who created Banjo, Kazooie and the Donkey Kong family from Donkey Kong 64. Playtonic is also being deliberately vague about the gender of Yooka and Laylee saying, "We’ll let you guess their sexes."

Check Out Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker In Action

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Check Out Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker In Action

The Devil Survivor branch of the Shin Megami Tensei series is a careful blend of a variety of different gameplay styles. It borrows from strategy RPGs and traditional turn-based RPGs to create something wholly unique.

In the gameplay video below, you’ll combat begin with traditional strategy deployment. You’ll pick your skills and demon allies, place your party members, and move on a grid.

Once you get close to an enemy though, the perspective changes, and the party member in combat has access to their skills via a menu. The view is first-person, and the combat turn-based as in a number of other Shin Megami Tensei titles.

No Pineapple Left Behind Fixes America’s Schools With The Power Of Magic Spells

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No Pineapple Left Behind Fixes America’s Schools With The Power Of Magic Spells

If No Pineapple Left Behind sounds like a heavily criticized educational policy from a bygone administration, congratulations. You probably watched the news during the George W. Bush administration. For everyone else, just roll with the satire.

As we mentioned in our previous coverage, Subaltern Games' No Pineapple Left Behind is a satirical school simulator that casts you in the role of principal. You’ll manage the teaching staff by setting wages, hiring, and firing.

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Koei Tecmo’s Sadistic Deception IV To Trap New Players On PS4

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Koei Tecmo’s Sadistic Deception IV To Trap New Players On PS4

Koei Tecmo is bringing the fourth installment of its Deception series into the current generation. The title is getting a new name and a facelift for PlayStation 4 later this year.

Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess is an expansion of the original Deception IV (subtitled “Blood Ties”), which was released on PlayStation 3 and Vita in 2014. The new version will be coming to all three platforms, with all of the material found in the original and a second playable character.

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Star Trek Fans Can Boldly Go See The Timelines PAX East Demo

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Star Trek Fans Can Boldly Go See The Timelines PAX East Demo

During PAX East, we stopped by the Disruptor Beam booth to check in with the developer. We had a chance to sit down with the in-progress Star Trek Timelines, which features characters, locations, and ships from across franchise history.

At the time, we didn’t have any video to show of how the game plays. Disruptor Beam has released a demo reel from PAX East, that will give you a quick look at how you’ll choose missions and select your away team for missions.

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Square Enix Discusses Laundry List Of Fan Complaints

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Earlier this year Square Enix released Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, bundled together along with a Final Fantasy XV demo. The demo, titled Episode Duscae, is a standalone adventure that allows players to explore a lush, open area on the hunt for a deadly Behemoth in order to become familiar with the new characters and combat. Fans who played the demo responded to Square Enix with myriad criticisms, ranging from the camera lock-on to issues with the difficulty.

Square Enix plans to make good on all these complaints. Director Hajime Tabata and marketing manager Akio Ofuji ran down 15 of the biggest pieces of feedback in a translated video released yesterday. The video was originally recorded on April 10, the day Square Enix announced it moved over 1 million copies of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. Only fans who purchased FF Type-0 HD were able to complete a survey about FF XV, so only those bits of feedback from folks who've played the game were taken into account.

Some of the fan criticism and proposed fixes involve unintelligent A.I., frame-rate drops, the dashing system, and sluggish animations. Square Enix plans to integrate all the fixes into both the Episode Duscae demo and of course FF XV itself. For the whole list of fan complaints, read this article by Kotaku outlining the main points of the video.

It’s Locke Versus The Master Chief For The Halo 5 Box Art

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It’s Locke Versus The Master Chief For The Halo 5 Box Art

Microsoft has revealed the complete picture of the Halo 5: Guardians box art today. Over the weekend Game Informer (along with a number of other channels) were given one small piece of the image. Of course, the Halo community came together to assemble the components.

For those that didn’t see the puzzle put together, Microsoft has published the complete image, along with an “animated poster” of the art. The Spartan Locke “All Hail” trailer and The Master Chief “The Cost” trailer pitted the two heroes against one another, the art drives that point home.

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