Currently in open beta, Motiga’s animal-powered action MOBA Gigantic officially launches on PC and X Currently in open beta, Motiga’s animal-powered action MOBA Gigantic officially launches on PC and Xbox One on July 20. Interested parties can pick up founder’s packs for the free-to-play game for $29.99 at its official website. Kotaku elder, lover of video games, toys, snacks and other unsavory things. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
If you want to pick up some Steam hardware before the Summer Sale kicks off, both the Steam Link and Steam controller are on sale today. The Link will only set you back $15, a new all-time low, while the controller is $15 less than usual, at $35. $15 From amazon 10575 purchased by readersGizmodo Media Group may get a commission $35 From amazon 5158 purchased by readersGizmodo Media Group may get a commission One Month With The Steam Controller Valve’s new Steam controller is a bold experiment: an attempt at fusing a PC mouse with a… Read more READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Xbox One and PC game Ooblets gets 9 minutes of new gameplay footage overviewing what the Pokémon meets Harvest Moon meets Animal Crossing game is all about. …Read More The post Pokémon, Harvest Moon, and Animal Crossing Inspired Ooblets Gets 9 Minutes of New Gameplay Footage by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
PS4, PC, and Xbox One game from Saints Row developer, Volition, gets tons of new gameplay footage fresh out of E3 2017. …Read More The post Agents of Mayhem E3 2017 Demo Footage Released by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
One of the world’s most popular competitive games, Rocket League, will soon be appearing on TV for the first time. …Read More The post Rocket League will Soon be Televised to the Masses via NBC Sports by Logan Moore appeared first on DualShockers.
A physical version of Stoic’s original The Banner Saga is now available as an Indiebox subscription package. The collector’s edition includes various additional items. …Read More The post The Banner Saga Collector’s Edition Is Now Available and Includes a Physical Bust of Ubin by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.
Image credit: Firaxis. Back when Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor first came out in 2014, people pretty much immediately started asking, “When will other games get Nemesis Systems?” Flash forward three years, and the most prominent game to do it is… Shadow of War, the sequel to Shadow of Mordor. But soon you’ll be able to add XCOM 2 to that painfully short list as well. XCOM 2’s War Of The Chosen expansion, which comes out this August, unfortunately does not add orcs (Firaxis has gotta save something for XCOM 3), but it does shake up the game’s strategic and tactical layers with persistent enemy aliens called “The Chosen” who remember and reference what’s happened in previous battles. They’ll mention how other Chosen are doing or taunt soldiers they don’t like. They can even kidnap your soldiers, and, if you rescue them, that Chosen will give your soldier shit for getting kidnapped. In an interview at E3, XCOM 2 designer Jake Solomon told me the dev team was inspired by Shadow of Mordor in ways both obvious and subtle. “We used [Shadow of Mordor] as a jumping off point,” Solomon said. “You’re playing that game, you’re developing these relationships, READ FULL…
PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, and Mac game, State of Mind, gets 15 minutes of new futuristic-looking adventure gameplay. …Read More The post Futuristic Thriller State of Mind Gets 15 Minutes of New Gameplay Footage by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
The PlayStation VR exclusive American waifu simulator Summer Lesson: Alison Snow Garden of Seven Days is going to get plenty of DLC, exactly like its predecessor. …Read More The post Summer Lesson: Alison Snow DLC Revealed: Bikini, Cherleader Outfit and More for your New VR Waifu by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
A few weeks back, SprayAndPlay made a request that a single tree (pictured) be taken out of Tripwire’s Rising Sun 2: Vietnam, a multiplayer PC shooter released earlier this year. And now, the tree is gone. On the surface, it seems like an odd request. But when you hear the explanation, it starts to make more sense: So there’s Huey’s in this game and I love to fly them, favourite role by far. There’s a landing zone with some tree cover fairly close to an objective which I like to try and use when possible but because its so close to the objective I get under heavy fire when I come in for a landing. So what I tend to do is fly extremely low and fast, pull a 180 and land to get my guys out there before an RPG blasts me rotor off. However the exit out of the LZ was blocked by a lone, lanky, thin tree. In the heat of the moment I’d glance out and see an exit and head there only to be met with that tree but I’d keep forgetting about it and I’d repeatedly just smash into it. READ FULL STORY AT…
This year at E3, DualShockers got the chance to go hands on with Kingdom Come: Deliverance, a realistic and immersive medieval RPG that looks to turn some genre conventions on their heads. …Read More The post Kingdom Come: Deliverance Preview — A Realistic Take on the Medieval RPG by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
Terra Battle 2 is coming west, and shines in some lovely screenshots and artwork, while Terra Wars will also be on iOS, Android and PC. …Read More The post Hironobu Sakaguchi’s Terra Battle 2 Gets First Screenshots and Art; Terra Wars’ Platforms Announced by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
Endless Space 2 has received Update 1.0.18, dubbed The Stellar Prisoner, which adds a new quest alongside other improvements to things such as AI and modding. …Read More The post Endless Space 2 Stellar Prisoner Update Adds a Brand New Quest by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
Launched today in Europe and North America, Master X Master (MXM) is an free-to-play PC action MOBA featuring WASD movement and a tag system that lets players bring their choice of two NCsoft all-star champions (Masters) into the arena at once, swapping them out on the fly. It’s hard to get excited for a new MOBA these days, but MXM has a few cool things going for it. The tag system sounds cool and should make for some really exciting gameplay moments between people much better at multiplayer arena games than I. It also features a cast of beloved characters from more interesting NCsoft games, like City of Heroes’ Statesman, Poharan from Blade & Soul and that one guy from that thing. Plus it has mini-games. What the hell is going on here? Here is an informative overview of how the game is played. And here is a much less informative cinematic launch trailer. Interested in giving it a go? Hit up the official MXM website and download the PC client for free. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!