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Andrew Nguyen

PS4 Exclusive ArmaGallant: Decks of Destiny Releasing on April 4 in North America

Rock Nano Global and Maximum Games announced today that their deckbuilding RTS game ArmaGallant: Decks of Destiny, will be releasing in North America on April 4, and in Europe on April 7. …Read More The post PS4 Exclusive ArmaGallant: Decks of Destiny Releasing on April 4 in North America by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.

Excalibur Games

Shoppe Keep Launches on PS4 and Xbox One Sometime in April

Today, developer Strangefire and publisher Excalibur Games and developer  announced that its fantasy business sim Shoppe Keep is set to hit the PS4 and Xbox One sometime in April. Additionally, Excalibur games revealed that Shoppe …Read More The post Shoppe Keep Launches on PS4 and Xbox One Sometime in April by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.


Leaked Video Previews New Skins for Overwatch Year of the Rooster

New Skins and More Confirmed in Leaked Year of the Rooster Preview for Overwatch Many players of Overwatch anticipated a Valentine’s Day event, and leaked audio hinted as much. But Blizzard apparently decided on a more ceremonious holiday for their epic FPS. As most are probably aware, Overwatch getting an in-game event for Year of the Rooster, with Mei and D.Va skins leaked. But now we’ve got a lot more new, leaked footage showcasing the in-game even. Behold down below: Now that’s a Mei skin people would porbably spend 3,000 coins for. Confirmed new skins thus far: Mei, Mercy, Symmetra, Tracer, and much more in store. Obviously this will be a heavy set event. And as you have witnessed, it stays true to Blizzard’s running theme of diversity. Hopefully however, players will be pleased by each skin and their respective prices for their respective characters. Overwatch is available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.This latest may be enough to get you back in, assuming you’re not hashing it out as we speak. But what are your thoughts? Comment down below and let us know. New content and events come every year, and we’ll keep you updated as it comes. For more…


Rainbow Six Siege Year 2’s First Operation is Called Velvet Shell; New Map Gets Preview Trailer

Earlier this week, Ubisoft teased the first operation for Year 2 (or Season 2) of Rainbow Six Siege, called Velvet Shell. …Read More The post Rainbow Six Siege Year 2’s First Operation is Called Velvet Shell; New Map Gets Preview Trailer by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

Bandai Namco

Tekken 7 Release Date Announced with All-new Game Details

New Game, Old Names, and New Flames Coming this Year in Tekken 7 Fans have long awaited the next iteration of Bandai Namco’s epic fighting saga. Finally concluding the twenty-year Mishima feud, Tekken 7 will hit PS4 and PC on June 2, 2017. Players, gear up for one of the most ravenous and epic fighting games to date. New designs, new combos, and new characters come with the return of old names. Fans will also be happy to hear that the 3D Battle System is intact, but receiving a new set of “photorealistic” graphics. The team is setting this title as one of their most beautiful and fun games to date. Along with a new roster, Bandai Namco is innovating the game mechanics. We’ll see a new system in place called the ‘Rage System”; this takes effect as your life bar depletes. Acting as a last stand mechanic, your character becomes more aggressive, dealing more damage and dishing out new moves. These come in the form of Rage Drive and Rage Art: Rage Art quite literally makes you a juggernaut as your reprise your opponent with “armored attacks”; Moreover, you absorb staggering amounts of damage in a renewed onslaught. Then there’s Rage Drive, a new…


Smash Bros. Players Infuriated Over Surprise Rule Tweak At Big Tournament

Although Super Smash Bros Melee closed out this weekend’s Genesis 4 with a bang, a cloud of controversy hangs over the tournament due to rule complications during the Super Smash Bros. for Wii U finals. The competitors most affected are looking for answers and, perhaps most surprisingly, compensation for the match errors they encountered. Advertisement The first signs of trouble arose during a losers bracket battle between Japanese visitor Rei “Komorikiri” Furukawa and “Captain Zack” Lauth. Both players had clawed their way through a grueling weekend against 1,000 of their fellow competitors and were now faced with elimination. On the line: a smaller portion of the over $10,000 prize pool, should they lose one more match. But as Komorikiri saw his tournament life come to an end at the hands of a 3-1 defeat, concerns were raised that a crucial gameplay setting was altered during their match. “Damage Ratio” in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U sounds like a pretty straightforward metric, but it actually affects how much knockback is applied to every attack (and knockback affects how easily players are killed.) Tournament standards call for this setting to stay READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!


Resident Evil 7 Day One Update Detailed; Includes Fixes and Adds DLC Support

In case you didn’t know, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is set to release tomorrow on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 (with PlayStation VR support). And coming with the release of the highly anticipated horror game is — …Read More The post Resident Evil 7 Day One Update Detailed; Includes Fixes and Adds DLC Support by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

Merge Games

Sublevel Zero Redux Launches on PS4 and Xbox One in February

Today, publisher Merge Games and developer SIGTRAP Games announced that Sublevel Zero Redux is set to release on PS4 and Xbox One in North American on February 21st, and in Europe on February 22nd.   …Read More The post Sublevel Zero Redux Launches on PS4 and Xbox One in February by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.


Mass Effect Andromeda Offers Pre-order Skins and Multiplayer Incentive

EA Continues its Pre-order Tradition with Cosmetic Rewards for Mass Effect Andromeda Mass Effect Andromeda is now blasting off with its bonus content. So as of right now, players can reserve their preferred copies and reap the rewards. They’ve gone live on the EA Origin Store, along with announcement of a ten hour trial. Inspect the goodies for yourself in the journey to Andromeda. As long as you pre-order the game, you’ll get the Deep Space Explorer Armor. You’ll also get one of new booster packs that contains 50% XP boosts alongside a bonus skin for The Nomad(White Batmobile). And filled with more gameplay additions, here are the other two options: The Deluxe Edition, which is $69.99, offers Armor, weapons, and pets: Scavenger Armor, Pathfinder Elite Weapon Set(four unique weapons), pathfinder casual outfit, and a pet Pyjack–that monkey you shoot on the Krogan homeworld. Additionally, get a digital download of Mass Effect Andromeda’s soundtrack. And, of course, obtain the Deluxe Launch pack containing weapons and equipment for Co-op. Geared towards the multiplayer affinities, Super Deluxe Edition($99.99) provides Multiplayer Super Deluxe Booster Packs. That means one premium pack a week for twenty weeks. All you have to do is player multiplayer in Mass effect Andromeda for twenty weeks…

2064: Read Only Memories

2064: Read Only Memories Review — A Well Realized Neo-San Francisco Future

As an adventure game, 2064: Read Only Memories has to contend with delivering gameplay that won’t become obtuse to the point of absurdity and a narrative to keep the player compelled to move forward even if the …Read More The post 2064: Read Only Memories Review — A Well Realized Neo-San Francisco Future by Steven Santana appeared first on DualShockers.


Out This Week: Resident Evil 7, Kingdom Hearts HD II.8, Yakuza 0

Wallets will cry this week for PlayStation players. By Lucas M. Thomas With so many new games and movies coming out, it can be hard to keep up. Lucky for you, IGN is here to help with a weekly round-up of the biggest releases each and every week. Check out the latest releases for this week, and be sure to come back next Monday for a new update. Note: The prices and deals compiled below are accurate at the time we published this story, but all are subject to change. The Turing Test – PS4 Version Release Date: Monday, January 23, 2017 Downloadable on PS4 From our Review of the PC Version: While The Turing Test generally walks an interesting if familiar line, it excels when it introduces some genuinely fresh ideas in its latter half. In the first, The Turing Test is a traditional first-person puzzler in which you navigate a series of rooms in a desolate research facility and solve a bunch of single-serving challenges, all while a questionable AI narrator guides you. It’s devoid of Portal’s incredible humor, but the writing and acting do a good job of posing interesting questions revolving around free will, READ FULL…

Valve news update

Daily Deal – Day of the Tentacle Remastered, 66% Off


A Year Later, Yandere Simulator's Dev Says Twitch Still Hasn’t Explained Ban

Yandere Simulator The developer of Yandere Simulator, a game about a sociopathic high school girl who murders her classmates, is demanding answers from Twitch, which banned the game exactly one year ago. Today, he posted a YouTube video describing his year of begging Twitch for a reason, which he says has led to nothing. Advertisement Still in development, Yandere Simulator’s protagonist is a high school girl who will do anything to be with her crush, including torturing, blackmailing and murdering her female classmates. Upskirt shots are a game mechanic. There’s some nudity, although genitalia and nipples are covered. You can electrocute enemies in the school bathroom or publicly shame them into suicide. “All characters depicted are 18 or older,” a caveat for Yandere Simulator reads against a pink background, “even if otherwise specified.” YandereDev, who is widely anonymous, says he doesn’t know why Twitch banned users from streaming Yandere Simulator. After all, Twitch users can stream South Park: The Stick of Truth, which is full of butt stuff. The hyper-violent God of War series is also regularly streamed on Twitch. “All of the content in Yandere Simulator can be found in READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!


Who Is the Last Jedi?

The title of the next Star Wars movie has us wondering about Luke, Rey… and Kylo Ren. By Scott Collura The next Star Wars movie, Episode VIII, now has a title: Star Wars: The Last Jedi. And while fans are wondering why the poster and title treatment released today feature a red font (Revenge of the Jedi!), another big question of course is who is the last Jedi the title refers to? Or could it be referencing more than one lightsaber-wielding character? We all know that Luke Skywalker was the last living Jedi Knight at the end of Return of the Jedi once his dad, old Darth Vader/Anakin Skywalker, departed this mortal coil for Force Ghost heaven. But 30 years later The Force Awakens told us that Luke had attempted to revive the Order with a new generation of Jedi, all of whom were apparently killed by Kylo Ren. And yet Rey, the Force-sensitive with a mysterious past who was in hiding for many years prior to The Force Awakens, saw her powers emerge quickly and dramatically after confronting Kylo Ren during the search for the long-since missing Skywalker. By the end of that film, as Rey returned Luke’s READ…