Month: March 2018

This week, Behaviour Interactive, the developers of the survival horror game Dead by Daylight, released a teaser trailer for their new game Deathgarden. If this game is anything like Dead by Daylight, then it’s going to be brutal. Behaviour Interactive is calling Deathgarden “a brutal asymmetrical shooter, where powerful hunters prey on agile runners, in a spectacular dystopian bloodsport”
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Independent Russian developer Studio MONO revealed on Twitter this week that their Steam page for their game INSOMNIA: The Ark is now available for players to check out. They also announced their partnership with HeroCraft, who has published games such as Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf. To celebrate, a teaser trailer was released for the story-driven roleplay game. INSOMNIA:  The Ark will
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Three videos released featuring three characters from Quantic Dream’s sci-fi game, Detroit: Become Human, and the actors that play them. Actors Valorie Curry, Bryan Dechart, and Jesse Williams discuss each of their characters — Kara, Connor, and Markus respectively — and where their journey may take them. Each video also gives a good look behind-the-scenes, showing the
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If you haven’t gotten in on that sweet ARMS action yet, Nintendo is giving you another opportunity to do so this weekend. From now until April 2, ARMS is free to download off of the Nintendo eShop for Switch. Much like last year ahead of the game’s release, this Global Testpunch as it’s called allows you to test the
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Sega revealed earlier this month during the Sonic the Hedgehog panel at SXSW that a new animated series, titled Sonic Mania Adventures, would be coming in the near future. Recently, episode one of the series was finally released. Much like the intro from Sonic Mania, Adventures boasts the same animation style in what is scheduled to be a five-part series. The series
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Before Prey was rebooted by Bethesda Softworks last year, a sequel to the original 2006 release of Prey had been in the works. Unfortunately, as you might already know, Prey 2 never saw the light of day. Despite being shown off a handful of times, news on Prey 2 eventually went quiet before officially being canceled in 2014. For those still eulogizing the
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Recently, PlayStation has released quite a few videos for God of War while gearing up for its release at the end of April.  The most recent video features the game’s developers going behind the scenes of Kratos’ Leviathan axe. In the video, creative director Cory Barlog emphasizes how iconic blades are to the series, and had
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At GDC 2018 in San Francisco, Quantic Dream Lead Engine Programmer hosted a panel titled Clustered Forward Rendering and Anti-Aliasing in Detroit: Become Human, which DualShockers attended. A second panel by Gullarme Caurant and Thibault Lambert focused on the lighting tech used for the game. First of all, we get to see some rather awesome artwork created
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In case you missed out on the last Fire Emblem Heroes Spring Festival event, now is your chance to party with historical heroes from the Fire Emblem franchise dressed up in some bunny ears. It’s great. The Spring Festival event for Fire Emblem Heroes is back with returning pastel-clad, bunny-suited special heroes Chrom, Lucina, Xander and Camilla. While you might expect
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Released last month on consoles and PC, Kingdom Come: Deliverance drew praise for its attention to detail towards history and plenty of deep mechanics, and now a hefty new update has been released for players of the historical RPG. Developer Warhorse Studios has released the new Easter Update 1.41 for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, with the update itself
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This week marked the two year anniversary since Oculus VR released its virtual reality headset the Oculus Rift. To commemorate the head mount display’s anniversary, the Facebook subsidiary has rewarded Rift users with an array of goodies, with the most critical one includes adding Oculus Rift support for Rockstar Games’ 2017 title, L.A. Noire: The VR
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Since its debut, Overwatch has brought players back into the fold regularly through a series of limited time events, and now the Overwatch Uprising event will seemingly make its way back into the game in time for spring. Over on the game’s official Twitter page, developer Blizzard Entertainment released a new teaser that indicates that the Uprising
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The Muv-Luv series is considered by many the pinnacle of the visual novel genre, mostly due to its complex and dramatic stories, its interesting characters, and the top-notch mecha design that you wouldn’t expect in this kind of game. Yet, while its popularity certainly spiked after the successful Kickstarter that resulted in the western release
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Since it debuted in 2012, Telltale Games’ acclaimed The Walking Dead series brought players into the story of Clementine as she survives and outlasts a dire post-apocalyptic world, and now her story will come to its conclusion later this year. Telltale Games provided a look at The Walking Dead: The Final Season with the newly-revealed key art,
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