Celebrating No More Delays With A New Trailer

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Celebrating No More Delays With A New Trailer

South Park: The Fractured But Whole was originally supposed to release in December 2016, but then it got delayed. Then it got delayed again. If you were worried that the game might not hit its current October 17 release date, you can rest easy. Ubisoft announced that the game has gone gold, so it will be in your hands in less than a month.

To celebrate the occasion, you can watch the new trailer for the game below. It has fish, swear words, and sex jokes, but not necessarily in that order.

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Celebrating No More Delays With A New Trailer

about X hours ago from
Celebrating No More Delays With A New Trailer

South Park: The Fractured But Whole was originally supposed to release in December 2016, but then it got delayed. Then it got delayed again. If you were worried that the game might not hit its current October 17 release date, you can rest easy. Ubisoft announced that the game has gone gold, so it will be in your hands in less than a month.

To celebrate the occasion, you can watch the new trailer for the game below. It has fish, swear words, and sex jokes, but not necessarily in that order.

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Legitimate Surfing Unveiled In Pokémon Ultra Sun And Ultra Moon Trailer

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Legitimate Surfing Unveiled In Pokémon Ultra Sun And Ultra Moon Trailer

We've been "surfing" in Pokémon for years, but it in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, you will finally be able to do the real thing.

The latest trailer for the game reveals all kinds of new details, like the return of Island Challenges, a new trial for Mina, and the appearance of at least 400 Pokémon in the game. The trailer also details the Alola Photo Club, which we revealed back in August with the game's director. The best (possibly) however, was saved for last with the reveal of legitimate, honest to god surfing. In the game, you will be able to surf between islands on the back of Mantine while pulling off an assortment of fancy tricks.

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Legitimate Surfing Unveiled In Pokémon Ultra Sun And Ultra Moon Trailer

about X hours ago from
Legitimate Surfing Unveiled In Pokémon Ultra Sun And Ultra Moon Trailer

We've been "surfing" in Pokémon for years, but it in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, you will finally be able to do the real thing.

The latest trailer for the game reveals all kinds of new details, like the return of Island Challenges, a new trial for Mina, and the appearance of at least 400 Pokémon in the game. The trailer also details the Alola Photo Club, which we revealed back in August with the game's director. The best (possibly) however, was saved for last with the reveal of legitimate, honest to god surfing. In the game, you will be able to surf between islands on the back of Mantine while pulling off an assortment of fancy tricks.

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Four Big Takeaways From Capcom's Next Big Entry

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Four Big Takeaways From Capcom's Next Big Entry

The Monster Hunter series has always had a dedicated fanbase that just can't get enough of slaying monsters and upgrading their gear. Monster Hunter: World is the series' big chance to expand its reach to a larger audience, bringing it back to the big screen after the last few entries have been relegated to handhelds and Nintendo platforms. Monster Hunter: World launches on PS4 and Xbox One on January 26, coming to PC at a later date. It just might the biggest adventure we've seen from Capcom's flagship franchise. I went hands-on at Tokyo Game Show to see a new portion of the map and found a lot to love. Here are my biggest takeaways.

Four Big Takeaways From Capcom's Next Big Entry

about X hours ago from
Four Big Takeaways From Capcom's Next Big Entry

The Monster Hunter series has always had a dedicated fanbase that just can't get enough of slaying monsters and upgrading their gear. Monster Hunter: World is the series' big chance to expand its reach to a larger audience, bringing it back to the big screen after the last few entries have been relegated to handhelds and Nintendo platforms. Monster Hunter: World launches on PS4 and Xbox One on January 26, coming to PC at a later date. It just might the biggest adventure we've seen from Capcom's flagship franchise. I went hands-on at Tokyo Game Show to see a new portion of the map and found a lot to love. Here are my biggest takeaways.

Four Big Takeaways From Capcom's Next Big Entry

about X hours ago from
Four Big Takeaways From Capcom's Next Big Entry

The Monster Hunter series has always had a dedicated fanbase that just can't get enough of slaying monsters and upgrading their gear. Monster Hunter: World is the series' big chance to expand its reach to a larger audience, bringing it back to the big screen after the last few entries have been relegated to handhelds and Nintendo platforms. Monster Hunter: World launches on PS4 and Xbox One on January 26, coming to PC at a later date. It just might the biggest adventure we've seen from Capcom's flagship franchise. I went hands-on at Tokyo Game Show to see a new portion of the map and found a lot to love. Here are my biggest takeaways.

RPGs And Sports Merge

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RPGs And Sports Merge

The indie game scene never ceases to find novel ways to approach a subject, and Sidebar Games’ Golf Story is yet another potent example of the creative approaches developers are taking to long-established genres. Coming exclusively to Switch, the unusual game melds the familiar trappings of arcade golf with the drama, characters, and upgrade systems of the role-playing world. 

“We call it a golf drama,” says Golf Story designer Andrew Newey. “It combines the fun and excitement that everybody associates with golf with a serious story that plays out over eight different courses.” Each of the environments is more than just greens and fairways, featuring distinct towns, characters, and hidden secrets. “One of the main features is the ability to drop the ball at any time and hit it,” Newey says. “The towns turn into a sort of golfing wonderland, with various practice greens and challenges crossing over each other and secrets being hidden near and far. But you will also get to play traditional games of golf on full courses and compete in tournaments.”

RPGs And Sports Merge

about X hours ago from
RPGs And Sports Merge

The indie game scene never ceases to find novel ways to approach a subject, and Sidebar Games’ Golf Story is yet another potent example of the creative approaches developers are taking to long-established genres. Coming exclusively to Switch, the unusual game melds the familiar trappings of arcade golf with the drama, characters, and upgrade systems of the role-playing world. 

“We call it a golf drama,” says Golf Story designer Andrew Newey. “It combines the fun and excitement that everybody associates with golf with a serious story that plays out over eight different courses.” Each of the environments is more than just greens and fairways, featuring distinct towns, characters, and hidden secrets. “One of the main features is the ability to drop the ball at any time and hit it,” Newey says. “The towns turn into a sort of golfing wonderland, with various practice greens and challenges crossing over each other and secrets being hidden near and far. But you will also get to play traditional games of golf on full courses and compete in tournaments.”

A Bloody Difficult Time

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A Bloody Difficult Time

Outside of knowing that it’s about vampires and emulating Dark Souls, not much has been revealed about Bandai Namco’s newest action/RPG. This isn’t the first time a game has taken the Dark Souls formula – after all, Nioh did just that and had great success. Persevering through the toughest challenges and telling the tale is something most gamers thrive on. Code Vein embraces that fully, not even offering difficulty options. Every player must make it through the same path, accepting death and learning better strategies. At a recent Bandai Namco event, I went hands-on to see how it’s shaping up.

Code Vein is focused on exploration and meant to be more open-world, similar to Dark Souls, where everything is connected and you can choose where to go. In the story, a queen has corrupted revenants, making them her puppets. Part of your journey will involve taking her down, but things take an interesting turn when a red mist appears over the world. Everyone is now thirsty for blood and fighting over the limited blood beads available. Can you survive? In Code Vein, tough battles and hellish creatures are a given.