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Troll and I coming soon to Nintendo Switch [VIDEO]

Maximum Games have just uploaded a new trailer to showcase Troll and I, which is headed to Nintendo Switch soon. There’s no release date listed for the game, but it’s already available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC for $49.99. Amazon also has a pre-order page for the game up with a listed release date of December 29th, 2017. That’s likely a place holder so don’t put any stock in it. The game appears to offer the ability to play couch co-op with a set of two characters that two different people can control, or a single person can control by switching between them. This isn’t something new, as we’ve seen this before in old games like Mahjin and the Secret Kingdom and the old buddy platformers of yore. The premise seems to be that trolls were thought of as myths until recently, when you discover one and embark on an epic adventure with it. To bad it’s really, really creepy. Let us know what you think about the game and it coming to Nintendo Switch in the comments. Troll and I – $49.99 READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!

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Troll and I Out Today on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in North America; Launch Trailer Released

Today, developer Spiral House and publisher Maximum Games’ action adventure game, Troll and I, launches onto PS4, Xbox One, and PC (it launches in Europe on March 24th) at the price point of $49.99 USD. And …Read More The post Troll and I Out Today on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in North America; Launch Trailer Released by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.


Troll and I Coming to Nintendo Switch this Spring; Receives New Features Trailer

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The Golf Club 2 Gets a First Look Trailer

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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.

ArmaGallant: Decks of Destiny

PS4 Deck-Building Game ArmaGallant: Decks of Destiny Comes West on April 4

[embedded content] A deck-building game that mixes together RTS and MOBA gameplay elements, ArmaGallant: Decks of Destiny is releasing on April 4 in North America and April 7 in Europe, exclusively for PlayStation 4. It was released in Asia last year and costs SCG 54.00 (roughly $38 USD), with micro-transactions in the form of gems also offered. Developed by Rock Nano Global, with Maximum Games handling publishing, ArmaGallant features 1v1 or 2v2 multiplayer arena battles that play out in real time. To win the match, you’ll have to defend your monoliths and capture enemy map points by building armies from a collection of creatures and spells. Here’s the full description: ArmaGallant: Decks of Destiny combines deckbuilding with real-time strategy, creating fast-paced 1v1 or 2v2 multiplayer arena battles. Learn and evolve the abilities of electrifying creatures and magical spells, forming powerful decks to unleash upon your enemies. You devise your desired game plan. Will you strategically position your army (made up of melee, ranged, and flying classes) around the map, go out like a spellcasting maniac, or utilize your environment to gain a tactical advantage? The choice is up to you. As you win battles, you will unlock more cards, fortifying your deck and bolstering your READ…

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Troll and I Will Make You Quickly Forget About the Last Guardian in New Story Trailer

Troll and I Story Trailer Video game publisher Maximum Games, in partnership with developer Spiral House, has today released a brand-new trailer for its upcoming action adventure game, Troll and I. Today’s trailer highlights the game’s heroes, Otto and Troll, and the challenges they will face together as their relationship grows and evolves over the course of their journey. Taking place in the majestic mountains and lush forests of post-World War II, 1950’s-era Scandinavia, Troll and I follows the adventure of a teenage boy and the unlikely friendship he develops with a massive, mythical Troll. Though Otto moved to the backwoods with his family to live in harmony with nature, he now finds himself at the mercy of the unforgiving wilderness, ripped from his village when ruthless hunters looking for Troll destroy his home. Now with a bounty on his head, and forced into hiding to survive, Otto encounters and befriends Troll, an elusive creature of folklore and legend who has managed to stay hidden from the world…until now. Thrown together by circumstances out of their control, two stories of desperate survival become one. Humans aren’t the only adversaries this duo will face off against during their journey. The hunters,…

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Troll and I Gets New Story Trailer

Today, developer Spiral House and publisher Maximum Games released a new story trailer for their action adventure game Troll and I, which is set to release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 21, 2017 in …Read More The post Troll and I Gets New Story Trailer by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

Loading Human

Loading Human: Chapter 1 Review – Starting Point (PSVR)

[embedded content] Gaming in virtual reality is currently in its infancy, and the PlayStation VR launch lineup has shown us that developers are very much learning as they go. Unlike conventional gaming there aren’t predefined rules of what works and what falls flat, so we’re already seeing different developers take vastly different approaches to different problems. One of the biggest challenges has been movement, as first-person games with analog control have made players extremely sick (looking at you Here They Lie and Resident Evil VII). Untold Games, the developer behind first-person adventure title Loading Human, have come up with a pretty interesting way to deal with it even if I wouldn’t call it ideal. Using two PlayStation Move controllers, players move by pointing the controller either forward or backwards) and pressing the Move button. Yes, to take a step back, you have to point the controller over your shoulder. That control scheme is as awkward as it seems, and the ability to shift your stance (by pressing the move button on the other PlayStation Move controller) makes it even more convoluted. Despite a rather long introductory section that is built solely on showing the controls, I only really got the full hang of Loading Human‘s control…

Editor’s Review Guide to PlayStation VR Games and Applications

The PlayStation VR has finally hit the market and with it dozens of games, experiences and everything in between. Along with the PlayStation VR headset, DualShockers has tried out as many games as we could get our hand on and (after spending countless hours in other realities) we are ready to make a few summary judgments on where you should be spending your money. Below, check out our brief reviews of both the PlayStation VR games as well as the major applications coming out — and yes, we will keep this list updated through the launch window: Developer: No Goblin LLCPrice: $19.99 100ft Robot Golf is a fantastic mashup of games I would never expect to merge, in games or otherwise. Featuring Sunday-morning-cartoon style anime robots and dead pan comedy from golf commentators, the experience clicks stylistically and will regularly keep you laughing. Utilizing the PSVR headset, players will be able to see from the perspective of the 100 foot behemoths as you knock down buildings, fly from place to place, and — of course — try to hit a few birdies. And while the experience hits a ton of high notes stylistically, the gameplay (as compared to other golf titles) leave some…