[embedded content] Darksiders III has been one of the more surprising reveals of the year and the folks at IGN recently posted a community Q&A where developer Gunfire Games answered several questions from the community. One of the questions asked was whether Darksiders III would be present at this year’s E3 and the studio confirmed that the game won’t be making an appearance at the event, although they did mention that another reveal is planned for release soon. We will not be at E3…but Fury will be making another appearance soon. The studio also answered a question about the possibility of a Darksiders IV and the studio said that “the gears are already turning on what the story would be,” which could mean we may see even more games from the Darksiders franchise in the future. Probably if Darksiders III becomes successful. As for Darksiders III, its story is set somewhere around the same time as Darksiders II. The game is set for release sometime in 2018 for the PlayStation 4 and other platforms. [Source: IGN] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Darksiders III gets new concept art showing off ghastly enemies and gorgeous enviroments. …Read More The post Darksiders III Gets A Batch of 11 New Gorgeous Pieces of Concept Art by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] In case you weren’t keeping tabs on gaming news back then, you might not know that THQ Nordic is not the original THQ. The original THQ went up in flames over a haze of poorly-received games that didn’t stop the publisher from going bankrupt. While the business side of THQ was having to jump one hurdle after another, some of its studios managed to develop some fantastic games. One of these said games is Vigil Games’ Darksiders. Long story short: Darksiders II was the last one published by THQ, the IP got sold, and the ex-Vigil people started their own studio called Gunfire Games. Now that Darksiders III is officially confirmed, the Gunfire devs who came from Vigil are ready to talk about what happened and how the game survived the publisher’s meltdown. In the video above, which is part of IGN’s on-going exclusive series about DarkSiders III, the ex-Vigil developers talk a bit on how the game came to be. While they didn’t go into the specifics too much, they did share how they always wanted to continue the franchise since it’s their baby and all that. If you’d rather see more of the game, check out…
[embedded content] A first-person psychological adventure game, The Town of Light is releasing on June 6 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, publisher Wired Productions has announced. It’ll be available through physical and digital stores, priced at $19.99/€19.99/£15.99. Set in 1938, The Town of Light stars Renée, a 16-year-old girl who suffers from symptoms of mental illness. The description adds, “Players must search for answers to the many questions from her past while exploring and uncovering the place where she spent most of her youth. What happens next is a dark and emotional journey where the lines of interactive entertainment, storytelling and reality frequently tend to blur.” Originally released in early 2016 on PC, this enhanced version of The Town of Light includes new puzzles, new story-supporting content, reworked voice-over dialogue, additional interactive elements and a graphical and UI overhaul. Existing owners of the PC version will receive a free update with the new content. [embedded content] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
[embedded content] Darksiders III was officially revealed earlier this week, and in a new 12-minute video from IGN, you’ll get to see some pre-alpha gameplay with Fury travelling through the game world and fighting enemies. Beginning at 7:50, you’ll see Fury take on Sloth, Lord of the Flies and one of the Seven Deadly Sins. Darksiders III is IGN’s First for the month, and in their recent preview they said Darksiders III’s puzzle should make sense in an environment, rather than being a trap set out by an unseen character. Additionally, there shouldn’t be any gated combat, enemies should feel like they belong in the world (instead of just popping up), the game is linear in terms of story progression, and there will be collectibles throughout the world, but you won’t find any random chests. IGN also says the game world is supposed to be fully connected and realized, without any hard loads, and the world almost acts as one giant dungeon. Darksiders III launches in 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. What do you think of the gameplay? [Source: IGN] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
In recent months, THQ Nordic (formerly Nordic Games) has released remastered editions of both Darksiders games. It appears that these titles were released in preparation for a brand-new entry. Today, the company has officially announced Darksiders 3. Darksiders takes place in the distant future after the biblical Apocalypse has wiped out humanity. The first two games centered around the mystery of who (or what) initiated the Apocalypse prematurely. Like the previous titles, players will once again play one of the famed Horsemen of the Apocalypse. The reveal trailer below gives us a taste of what to expect. [embedded content] “Return to an apocalyptic planet Earth in Darksiders 3, a hack-n-slash action adventure where players take on the role of Fury in her quest to hunt down and dispose of the Seven Deadly Sins,” said THQ Nordic on their website. “The Charred Council calls upon Fury to battle from the heights of heaven down through the depths of hell in a quest to restore humanity and prove that she is the most powerful of the Horsemen.” Fury is a whip-wielding mage. She must hunt down her targets and slay many foul beasts READ FULL STORY AT GEEK!
[embedded content] Following a leak earlier today, THQ Nordic has officially confirmed that Darksiders III is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2018. In the reveal trailer you’ll get a look at Fury, the sister of the Four Horsemen and the protagonist of Darksiders III. THQ Nordic CEO Lars Wingefors said, “As promised, we have taken our time to ensure that this next Darksiders will be everything action-adventure gamers and especially Darksiders loyalists could dream of and more.” Gunfire Games, which is “largely comprised” of the original creators of the Darksiders franchise, is working on the sequel. THQ Nordic’s Reinhard Pollice said: The Gunfire team brings an intimate involvement with every aspect of the Darksiders franchise since its inception. There is simply no team better qualified to create Darksiders III, beginning with our unpredictable and enigmatic hero Fury – a mage who is considered the most powerful of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse! Here’s the official description for Darksiders III: Return to an apocalyptic planet Earth in Darksiders III, a hack-n-slash action adventure where players take on the role of Fury in her quest to hunt down and dispose of the Seven Deadly Sins. The Charred Council calls upon READ FULL STORY AT…
Today — after Amazon spilled the beans this morning — publisher THQ Nordic and developer Gunfire Games officially revealed Darksiders III. The reveal comes in the form of a new trailer (via IGN), which you can check …Read More The post Darksiders 3 Officially Revealed in Announcement Trailer; Confirmed for 2018 by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Need some Darksiders in your life? Good news: Darksiders III for PS4, Xbox One, and PC has been leaked by retailer Amazon. …Read More The post Darksiders III Reveal Leaked for PS4, Xbox One, and PC; Screenshots and Game Details by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Update: The European PlayStation Blog now says something called Darksiders: Fury’s Collection – War and Death is releasing on Wednesday, May 3 for PlayStation 4. No other details were provided. On Twitter today, THQ Nordic’s Reinhard Pollice said, “Its on… #Darksiders3.” Original Story: Well, this is a big one. It seems online retail giant Amazon has leaked another game’s existence before its official announcement yet again. This time, it’s a sequel to one of last-generation’s underrated action franchises, Darksiders. In case the headline wasn’t a dead giveaway, yes, Amazon just leaked the existence of Darksiders 3! Not only that, but it also leaked a bunch of screens and game info well before any official announcement has been made. In Darksiders 3, you’ll play as Fury, and must defeat the “Seven Deadly Sins” and their servants. It’ll once again be a post-apocalyptic adventure, and be an “open-ended, living, free-form game world,” which if I had to hazard a guess, means it’ll be just like the first two Darksiders. Check out the official product description and screenshots below. Play as FURY – a mage who must rely on her whip and magic to restore the balance between good READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
A new Amazon listing seems to reveal Darksiders III for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Still unconfirmed officially, it appears as a THQ Nordic listing, and its product page is filled with screenshots and info about the game. Here is the product description via Amazon: Advertisement Play as FURY – a mage who must rely on her whip and magic to restore the balance between good and evil on Earth! Harness FURY’s magic to unleash her various forms – each granting her access to new weapons, moves and traversal abilities Explore an open-ended, living, free-form game world in which FURY moves back and forth between environments to uncover secrets while advancing the story Defeat the Seven Deadly Sins and their servants who range from mystical creatures to degenerated beings Darksiders signature art style – expansive post-apocalyptic environments that take the player from the heights of heaven to the depths of hell, dilapidated by war and decay and overrun by nature A release date of December 31, 2018 was listed, but that could be a placeholder. Kotaku has reached out to THQ Nordic prior to publication, but has yet to hear back. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Today, publisher THQ Nordic and New York City-based developer Digital Continue announced that 2008 Nintendo DS real-time strategy game Lock’s Quest is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC, sometime this April. …Read More The post Lock’s Quest Remaster Coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC Sometime in April by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] THQ Nordic announced today that a remastered version of Lock’s Quest for Nintendo DS is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in April 2017. Developed by Digital Continue, the new version of Lock’s Quest includes fully remastered music, a new progression system where new turrets are automatically unlocked at specific story points, new Antonia Defense Battles featuring a new map, remapped controls, a revamped UI with new GUI art, and improved character portraits. THQ Nordic’s Reinhard Pollice said, “We had the great opportunity to work with people from the original development team of Lock’s Quest, and things clicked right off the bat. It is one of those hidden gems and a fan-favourite, so when things fell into place, we quickly decided to do this.” Digital Continue’s Joseph Tringali adds that the pixel style “translates well to console, and we were fortunate to include many high-resolution assets that weren’t in the original.” Described in the trailer as “tower defense meets RTS, RPG, and pure action,” here’s what you need to know about Lock’s Quest: In this remastered version of the critically acclaimed 2008 Nintendo DS-Game, you play as Lock, a boy who stumbles upon an invasion of his Village, which triggers a wider…
Today, developer Weappy Studio and publisher THQ Nordic announced that their strategy/adventure game, This Is the Police, is set to finally arrive on PS4 and Xbox One, both at retail and digitally, on March 22, 2017. …Read More The post This Is the Police Coming to PS4 and Xbox One on March 22, 2017 by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.