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  1. The Microsoft Store has listed unannounced Namco classic games collections Namco Museum Archives Vol. 1 and Namco Museum Archives Vol. 2. Both are planned for release on June 17. The collections seem to be a western version of Namcot Collection, the Switch-only collection due out on June 18 in Japan. Most the initial 11 Namcot Collection titles can be obtained through purchasing each collection (excluding Wagyan Land, Star Luster, Family Jockey, and Yokai Dochuki), including the newly announced 8-bit demastered Pac-Man Championship Edition. All of the games are NES/Famicom versions Not Arcade. Since the announcements were leaked via the Microsoft Store, Xbox One is currently the only confirmed platform. But it is safe to assume the collections will also release on PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC. Namco Museum Archives Vol. 1 - xbox store link Includes 11 titles! In addition to 10 classic Namco titles, some of which were never localized and released in the west, a newly created 8-bit demastered version of Pac-Man Championship Edition makes its world premiere as a bonus! Titles included Dig Dug Dragon Buster Dragon Spirit: The New Legend Galaxian Mappy Pac-Man Pac-Man Championship Edition (8-bit demastered version) Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti Sky Kid The Tower of Druaga Xevious Equipped with convenient modern functions! Convenient features such as the “save function” that allows you to interrupt the game at any time and the “replay function” that allows you to start over at the last minute. Namco Museum Archives Vol. 2 - xbox store link Includes 11 titles! In addition to 10 classic Namco titles, some of which were never localized and released in the west, an 8-bit consolized version of Gaplus is included as a bonus! Titles included: Battle City Dig Dug II Dragon Buster II Galaga Gaplus (8-bit consolized version) Legacy of the Wizard Mappy-Land Mendel Palace Pac-Land Rolling Thunder Super Xevious No prices on the store entries yet but there are some videos if you want to check out the MS store links above.
  2. Forget next-gen, this has to be the trailer of the year. Oh, and it's a really good game too, if the first reviews are any indication. https://www.destructoid.com/review-huntdown-590605.phtml
  3. Many, many, many, many years ago now, there was a PS2 game called SOS: The Final Escape. It was a cheaply made, janky game where you had to navigate around this artificially created island as it slowly fell into the ocean around you. Along the way, you had to help survivors from earthquakes, fires and floods. It was amazing. Like those properly ridiculous, OTT Japanese games you used to get quite often on the PS2 era. The game spawned a couple of sequels which weren't localised (My preorder of Raw Danger was 'Coming Soon' for about 10 years), but in 2011, Disaster Report 4 was meant to be released on the PS3. The game was completed and due for release in Japan but then the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami happened. The game was shelved and the release cancelled. Fast forward to April 2020 and with no worldwide emergencies happening at all, the game is being released on the PS4 and Switch this week! My Switch copy arrived yesterday and I've put a fair few hours into it. If you played SOS, you'll know what to expect. I'm not going to be kind here - the game is janky as hell - particularly on the Switch. The framerate is terrible (something that doesn't usually bother me, but it's really noticeable here) and there's a weird ghosting of images in places. I'd strongly advise getting the PS4 version over this. I'm tempted to double dip myself. Also, it's very old school in the way it controls - your character is very stilted in his movements - and it always feels like you're fighting the camera. And the localisation is terribly, hilariously bad. But if you can tolerate these things, this game is amazing and hilarious in equal measures. So in the middle of this huge earthquake and in this disaster zone, my character pretended to be a sales attendant at a convenience store to sell products to customers in order to get another guy to tell me where the toilet rolls were so I could help another guy get out of a toilet cubicle. So yeah...it's very Japanese. And when the buildings start collapsing around you, it does a great job at making you feel vulnerable. It's not for everyone - you should probably try the demo on either the PS4 or Switch to see what you think. But if you have any love for the old style, PS2-era, janky, oddball games then give it a shot. It feels like the kind of game you don't get anymore because everything is streamlined and playtested to the nth degree. And you know what? So far I feel like I've got more enjoyment out of it than any other game I've played this year. The whole thing is just so endearing.
  4. Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark Price: £19.99 (ish - varies on which store) Genre: SRPG Metacritic: 86% This has quite possibly the worst title for a game, ever. Seriously - it's awful. But as far as turned based SRPG's go, it's really good. It's Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, basically. But as Square show little interest in bringing that back, this will have to do. The story is generic as they come (An Immortal Council choose you as an agent to bring peace to the land...), but it plays a really decent turned based game. Combat is pretty straightforward, but there's a great job tree and character creation and customisation tools and I've spent far too long making characters for my squad. Some of the later classes look massively overpowered, but it'll take a while to get to them. Honestly, the only reason I'm making this thread is because the game reminds me so much of FFTA with bits of Disgaea thrown in. I bought the Switch version yesterday (40% off in the sale this week!) and I've out about 4 hours in since. There seems to be such a shortage of good turn based SRPGs recently, that I thought I'd share the love.
  5. Beta sign up soon - https://www.mortalshell.com/
  6. I'm surprised there's no topic for this yet but here we are, the remake of Seiken Densetsu 3, aka Secret of Mana 2 aka Trials of Mana is coming out in April and there's a demo available now, for Switch at the least. I've played it for a while and it seems like a very faithful remake of the original SNES game, if a little low-budget compared to something like Dragon Quest XI, keeping the colourful charm and lovely music of the old game and tarting it up for modern tech. The battle system has had a bit of an overhaul too, feeling much better than the clunky 16bit version, and it's worth keeping an eye out for the eventual release. Here's a long video of the Switch demo if you don't want to download it yourself.
  7. Bought this on a whim after seeing a video for it on the Switch news channel - I’m playing it on Switch. I don’t know what’s going on but holy shit does it look good. Few frame drops here and there but pretty pin sharp in handheld otherwise. It’s an arena fighter, a bit like Power Stone or Kill La Kill If (the latter I also had on switch but this is a lot better and has bags more content). In style terms and with the bonkers Japanese voices it’s like an arena version of Dragonball Fighterz. I don’t have any experience with the Manga/Anime it’s based on - My Hero Acadamia - but I like the style. I’ll have to play a lot more to see what sort of depth is there but having a blast right now.
  8. I am suggesting that we start a new thread on Modern Warfare's Warzone - the new Battle Royale mode that launches today. Since the mode is free to play, cross platform and the lifecycle will seemingly go way beyond the main game, I think it makes sense. IMO, this is looking mighty tasty. I have watched a lot of in-depth videos last night and this morning and I haven't been this hyped for a BR in a while. Here's a few that showcase a lot of details on how the main mode works, what you can buy for in-game cash, etc. We're also going to find out about another mode called Plunder later today. HYYYYYYPED!!!
  9. Couldn't see a thread on this already. http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2020/02/ps_plus_march_2020_ps4_games_announced SOTC remake and Sonic Forces Personally not played either so i'm looking forward to these joining the digital pile of shame
  10. https://uk.ign.com/articles/samurai-jack-video-game-announced-for-pc-ps4-xbox-and-switch http://www.adultswim.com/games/samurai-jack http://soleilgamestudios.com/EN/games/20001/ Developed by Soleil Game Studios, whose CEO Yoshifuru Okamoto worked as a producer on Ninja Gaiden II and Devil's Third. The IGN article suggests that others in the development team worked on Ninja Gaiden and DOA too. Here's the trailer; watch to the end to hear Greg Baldwin's Aku saying "Rated T for Teen"! Unfortunately, although some of the graphics look like they do a good job of translating the caroon's geometric style into 3D (e.g. those spiky tree trunks and pastel leaf blobs in the background at 0:14), they haven't gone for a borderless, flat cel-shaded style that would have matched the cartoon. Also, so far there's not enough robot oil blood splattering on display for my liking! Looks like the game will cover events from the original series run, as well as season 5's Bearded, Machine-Gunning Biker Jack. This means we'll be able to fight at least two of the seven Daughters of Aku, who gave us one of the best animated fight sequences I've ever seen. And yes, the Scotsman will be in it, which is good news because season 5 didn't give us enough of him! The alligator robot from this shot is from the episode where he first turned up: From IGN:
  11. this seems up a lot of our streets, doing drift turns and so on.
  12. Anyone remember this? https://3drealms.com/catalog/kingpin-reloaded_171/
  13. Coming to all platforms January 30th for about £15... Below are some notes from the MS Store page: https://www.arcsystemworks.jp/codeshifter/ I adore crossover stuff when it's done well, and this is looking like Arc's own Street Fighter X Mega Man. With the story premise of Wario Ware. But maybe even better than all of that. The trailer didn't show a whole lot of action-packed gameplay, and I can see that the clashing styles might not be everyone's bag, but I'm interested in finding out more about this...
  14. https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2019/12/17/introducing-the-dualshock-4-back-button-attachment-out-14th-february/#sf226281113 I am not a pro gamer and so do not own any pro gamer controllers. However I have been told that having some buttons on the back, where your fingers probably don't exactly sit at the moment, can be very useful in games like Rocket League where you want to boost, jump, drift and send "What a save" at the same time. So now you can buy an ugly-as-sin attachment to the standard DS4 to stop you spending £428 on a customised third-party controller. And throw away your chatpad as well.
  15. Sony published a PS4 Lineup Music Video, consisting of game clips interspersed with 2D animation. Then people spotted how much of the animation was traced from other sources, so the video was taken down. Here's a re-uploaded copy: Side-by-side comparison of all the identified sources: As mentioned in that @catsuka thread, some of the credits/social media pages of the credited director - Kevin Bao - now give 404 errors. And people have identified other things he worked on that look suspicious.
  16. https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2019/09/24/the-last-of-us-remastered-and-mlb-the-show-19-are-your-playstation-plus-games-for-october/
  17. The inspiration for our game Humanity came from thinking of how a transcendental being would interpret “human-like” behaviour. Very uneasy feelings watching this - strangely harrowing to see all those people move in a uniform way and... die? What is it? Another puzzle game? An RTS? An application? Made by Enhance Games (Tetsuya Mizuguchi) and tha*. which isn't Aphex Twin but web designer Yugo Nakamura. Will play.
  18. Coming November 15th for PS4, Xbox One and Steam.
  19. Out this Thursday! £10.99 Reviews have started coming in for Simogo's new game...and it seems pretty special. Eurogamer - Recommended The Sixth Axis - 10/10 Games Revolution - 4.5/5 Basically, it looks and sounds awesome. And even though it's meant to be short (you can get through the game in an hour, apparently), it's that good that you want to replay it often - kinda like Rez, I guess. I really hope it doesn't get drowned out this week. While it's up against the Goose and Zelda on Switch, it looks like it deserves its own limelight hence me starting this thread.
  20. This was announced at Gamescom earlier and is due to release next year. I thought the first game was very atmospheric and had a lot of potential but felt disappointingly short. Hopefully the developers have got a bit more money and manpower behind them this time to make something more elaborate. The trailer, with its various locations and new gameplay elements, suggests something a bit more substantial, at least. One to watch.
  21. From V1 Interactive.
  22. Super sketchy stolen trailer might not last for long... Should be fully announced at Gamescom next week.
  23. This year is the twenty fifth anniversary and a gameplay trailer will debut at Gamescom on the 19th. https://www.ea.com/games/need-for-speed/need-for-speed-heat
  24. Did a search for a topic on this but couldn't find one. Maybe not a surprise considering I've seen two videos so far, saying they'd not really heard of it before the last month. This is developed by Gunfire Games and mashes together a few genres. It's part souls, part Borderlands and a bit rogue-like. You can play online with up to three others or play solo, completely offline. It looks to have highly customisable characters, no micro transactions, with a promise of paid and free DLC. The gunplay looks pretty good though the locations seem quite sparse. There's the promise of 40+ weapons, excluding Melee. Over 100 enemy types and 20-30 bosses.
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