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Game News – BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle DLC character Tohru Adachi trailer

Arc System Works has released a new trailer for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle introducing downloadable content character Tohru Adachi from Persona 4 Arena. Tohru Adachi is part of the $24.99 “Version 2.0 Content Pack” add-on due out alongside the free BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle version 2.0 update on November 21. The add-on includes the nine …

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Game News – Kakarot New Trailer Retraces the Buu Saga

One good thing nowadays is how you definitely don’t need to go to an event yourself to cover news from it, as trailers and info from there are officially republished over the net and Twitter. This rule stays true with the latest Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot trailer from Paris Games Week 2019. This is a …

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Game News – God Eater 3 version 2.10 update launches November 7

The version 2.10 update for God Eater 3 will launch on November 7, Bandai Namco announced. Here are the details: Missions Hugo and Zeke’s chapters of the additional episode “Encounters with the Past” added. New Extra Mission in which new Aragami Ash Forged Aguni Vajra appears added. Special Mission “Challenge for the Hounds” (high difficulty …

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Game News – Fallout 76 Subscription Model Spawns Social Divide Amid Other Problems

Fallout 76 has offered its own premium subscription model for just over a week now. Announced on October 23, Fallout 76’s premium service (called Fallout 1st) comes with private server access, unlimited scrap storage, and other perks for Bethesda Softworks’ always-on Fallout-as-a-service title. The subscription model has also evidently generated something of a class war …

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Game News – Azur Lane: Crosswave adds PC version

Azur Lane: Crosswave will launch for PC via Steam in early 2020 in addition to its previously announced PlayStation 4 version, publisher Idea Factory International announced. The PC version will support English, Japanese, and Traditional Chinese text options. Here is an overview of the game, via Idea Factory International: About Azur Lane (Mobile Game) Azur …

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Game News – FAITH: The Unholy Trinity announced for consoles, PC

Publisher New Blood Interactive and developer Airdorf Games have announced FAITH: The Unholy Trinity, which includes all three chapters of the pixel horror game for consoles and PC. It will launch “soon” for $9.99. A demo for the third chapter is available now Steam. Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page: …

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Game News – Disco Elysium Confirmed to Be Coming to PS4 and Xbox One Next Year

Disco Elysium has quickly picked up quite a bit of critical buzz as an indie RPG that’s pushing the boundaries of the genre in some interesting ways. Unfortunately for console owners, the experience is currently only available on PC. However, that may be changing soon. As revealed by Escapist Magazine, lead developer Robert Kurvitz is …

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Game News – Sonic Mania developer Headcannon launches Kickstarter campaign for new side-scroller Vertebreaker

Headcannon, one of the studios behind Sonic Mania, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for Vertebreaker, a new, pixel-based side-scroller. The campaign is seeking $275,000 in funding for release on PC in Q3 2021. Here is an overview of the game, via the Kickstarter campaign: “Rest in Peace?!” You wish! Vertebreaker is a brand-new and authentic …

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Game News – The Unholy Trinity Uses its Retro Style to Horrify You

The rise in horror games‘ popularity came as the medium went 3D, got more detailed, and had more tools to frighten players with. While some retro games, mainly point-and-click adventures, did enter the horror genre, games like this that actually manage to be scary are a rarity. That being said, FAITH: The Unholy Trinity seems …

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