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Tuesday, Mar 12, 2019

  

Borderlands 3 Tease?

An image on the Gearbox Software Website strongly suggests plans to officially unveil Borderlands 3 this month. The image is a road sign in the colorful Borderlands style. This says "March 28 Boston MA," which happens to be the time and place for PAX East. The sign is for Exit 3, which supports the idea that this teases the expected announcement of a new Borderlands. Or, you know, Half-Life 3 confirmed. We'll know for sure in just over two weeks.

DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT FREE EDITION Released

Steam News announces the release of DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT Free Edition, a free three-versus-three FINAL FANTASY brawler for Windows and PlayStation 4. Word is: "Combining seamless gameplay, FINAL FANTASY characters and breathtaking worlds from the past 30 years of the franchise, DISSIDIA® FINAL FANTASY® NT welcomes all gamers to the online battle arena with a new style of competitive gaming!" And as the name suggests, this if free. Here's a launch trailer and here's more:

DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT Free Edition is packed with iconic stages and music from the entire FINAL FANTASY series, a cast of over 25 beloved characters with unique fighting styles and abilities, legendary summons that wreak destruction on the arena and much more. Available for play in both online and offline gameplay modes, players of both DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT Free Edition and the full DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT game can challenge each other in exhilarating fights with a weekly rotation of four unique characters from the huge roster available.

Individual characters and weapons can be optionally purchased in DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT Free Edition, ensuring that players can enjoy their favorite characters even when they are no longer in rotation. Players can also purchase the full DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT Digital Deluxe Edition package on PlayStation®4 and STEAM to gain access to all 34 available characters, additional cosmetic weapons and outfits, a complete cinematic story mode and more.

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Pixel Game Maker MV Free Week

A free week is underway on Steam for Pixel Game Maker MV (アクションゲームツクールMV), a latest entry in the Game Maker series that's currently working its way through the Early Access process. This coincides with a game jam AGM PLAYISM is holding to showcase the kind of game creation this software allows. This post has the details:

Since the release of Pixel Game Maker MV, we've received many requests for users to be able to try this software before buying it. Well, here's your chance! From today until the 19th March 10AM PST, you'll be able to download and try Pixel Game Maker MV for free.

REMIX Game Jam
We took this opportunity to launch our very first Game Jam to encourage users everywhere to try their hand at video game creation. For this Game Jam, we're asking you to remix the existing sample games in the software, while giving them your own spin. This means using some of the assets included in Pixel Game Maker MV to create something of your own. You can check the exact requirements and rules here, but please ask us anything not stated there in the comments below!

From all the submissions we receive (if they abide by the rules and terms linked above), the Pixel Game Maker MV team will be choosing their favorite and will be giving the community the chance to vote on their favorite as well. These two winners announced at the end of April, will have their project showcased at this year's BitSummit in Kyoto, Japan's biggest indie game show, which will take place the weekend of June 1st-2nd, 2019.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection Coming to Windows

A new episode of Inside Xbox confirms that Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming to Windows. Variety summarizes the news, saying this is a version specifically built for PC that will be released on Steam:

“Halo: The Master Chief Collection” is making its way to PC for the first time ever, revealed during the latest episode of Microsoft’s “Inside Xbox” series.

This version of “Halo: The Master Chief Collection” was built “specifically for the PC audience,” and will allow players to enjoy the first-person shooter on the platform, including campaign and multiplayer play. It will be available via the Microsoft Store and Steam.

The game will be added “in stages” with each title releasing one at a time so the team can ensure that everything works correctly.

Additionally, “Halo: Reach” is being added to “Halo: The Master Chief Collection” on Xbox One and PC, which means the volume will now officially include “Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary,” “Halo 2,” “Halo 3,” “Halo 4,” and “Halo 3: ODST.” It’s still missing “Halo 5: Guardians,” curiously, but that could potentially be added at a later date, at least players hope so.

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Outlaws of the Old West Early Access

Steam now offers Early Access to Outlaws of the Old West, a survival MMOG set in the wild, wild west that carries a 25% launch discount. Grab your ten gallon hat and your six-shooter and read on for details: "Outlaws of the Old West is a massively multiplayer survival MMO with a huge world, thousands of items and a modular building system. Survive the wild, build your own homestead, defeat villainous bandits and work with others to tame the Wild West."

Dead Cells DLC This Month

Motion Twin announces new Rise of the Giant DLC will rise in Dead Cells on March 28, offering new content for this Roguelike-Metroidvania game. These patch notes have details on all this adds, including hidden levels, cursed gems, new bosses, new biomes, and "several new ways to die, again & again." Here's word on what to expect, including a jab at microtransactions:

Players who have beaten the game into submission on at least one occasion will gain access to the Cavern, an entirely new environment filled with entirely new ways to die. Abominable new traps, perilous lava pools await and they are filled with violent new enemies waiting to kill you - including a new boss at the end of the Cavern.

Fans will also be introduced to a shiny new skinning system, which gives players more than 50 new character outfits to enjoy. New loot will drop via the game’s new Premium Shop that you can sign up for with your favorite credit card classic blueprints from existing enemies in the higher difficulty modes (and bosses, of course.)

Overall there are 10 new enemy types added to the world of Dead Cells, many of which can be found in the higher difficulty modes of the game. Three new skills have been included in the game which consist of a flying pet and a single use scroll that will reveal the current level map and 10 new weapons have been introduced, including the Giant Killer, the Boi Axe and the Thunder Shield. The old Hunter Grenade door in the Prisoners’ Quarters has been replaced by a new Specialist shop where you can buy the Hunter’s Grenade, skins or a lovely new Map.

Unheard This Month

We hear that Unheard is coming on March 29th, offering the chance to play this mystery game which relies solely on audio cues (no, we don't know why it's not called Unseen in light of that). This will be released on Steam, where the game's listing has screenshots and details. We also have this trailer with a look at this listening game. Here's more on the game and its release plans:

Independent development studio NEXT Studios has announced its upcoming narrative-centric detective game Unheard, will be releasing on PC (Steam) on March 29, 2019. Unheard combines story-driven audio drama with puzzle elements to create a unique experience where players will have to solve crimes by sound only.

Unheard puts players in the role of a time-traveling detective who is only able to use one sense, sound. The game’s story is a non-linear experience. Players will not always experience the crime from start to finish but instead must build their own timelines from the clues in conversations they overhear. The game simulates the real world in real time, so while players are in one room, other conversations, actions, and perhaps more sinister endeavors may be occurring elsewhere.

A full list of features include:

  • Open-Ended Narrative Mystery Game: Multiple events, different suspects and characters, all happening at the same time. Players must piece together evidence, clues and experience events in a non-linear fashion. Control time and go back and forth to experiences different events and uncover the truth.
  • A Unique Case-Solving Experience: Step through time as you use our device to eavesdrop on conversations from past crime scenes. Every clue, every move, and every motive will be presented in the form of audio. Rather than controlling any one character, you only need listen to their conversations, following along as the story evolves. Use the information you hear to match names to voices and determine how everything (and everyone) is related. Can you discover the truth?
  • Immersive Theater: All characters in Unheard have their own storylines; however, each of these storylines will become interwoven in the same space, and at the same time, resulting in complicated cases that force you to meticulously search for and track clues. You can choose to follow one character or move around between multiple characters. You can also replay the audio as many times as you want until you reach a conclusion.
  • Detective Fiction In Unheard, all the clues in a case will be presented to players. There's no hidden information, nor rooms that require a key to enter. Players will be privy to the same information as everyone present at the crime scenes.
  • Radio Drama: Unheard is, in a way, an interactive radio drama. By combining aural narrative techniques with the type of exploration elements present in video games, Unheard offers a brand-new, non-linear radio drama experience.

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Warparty This Month

Warcave announces they're going to get this Warparty started on March 28th, saying that's when their Stone Age RTS game will emerge from Early Access on Steam and arrive on consoles. This post has word on the release, an outline of PC exclusive features, and lots of random underlines:

Warparty, the game of Epic Real-Time Strategy battles in a mystical Stone-Age setting is making its way to Steam, PS4, Xbox One & Nintendo Switch, arriving on March 28 for $24.99!

Partake in the Campaign as one of three Chieftains, each holding an artifact of an ancient civilization and leading their followers into a battle to change the world forever...

Practice against an AI opponent on Desert, Winter and Jungle maps before showing your leadership skills in Survival Mode as you battle ever increasing numbers of enemies.

Exclusive on PC!
Test your mettle against your friends in online custom Multiplayer! Or prove your skills at the highest level in Ranked Matches on our dedicated servers! Climb our Ranked and Survival Leaderboards and measure yourself against the world to claim your rightful place!

Hovership Havoc Next Month

Hovership Havoc now has an official release date, as word is this twin-stick shooter will make its way onto Steam on April 12th. A new trailer shows off the game, and if you're interested there's also a playable Windows demo on itch.io that was released late last year. Here's an elevator pitch for the game:

Hovership Havoc is a twin stick shooter rogue-lite with 3rd person boss battles. Traverse through randomly generated levels of a futuristic factory destroying robot enemies. Upgrade your hovership and obtain randomly dropped sci-fi abilities, like lasers, rockets, drones, shields..etc. The abilities you obtain and any upgrades you apply can then be used from a 3rd person perspective for the giant robot boss battles.

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Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic Early Access Friday

Early Access to Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic is set to begin on Friday on Steam, offering a city builder/tycoon game set in the Soviet Union. This places you in charge of the planned economics of an imaginary communist country in eastern Europe, with the challenge of transforming the economy from agrarian to industrial. There's no five-year plan here, as they expect to be Russian this one through Early Access in 12 to 24 months. This trailer offers a look at gameplay, and the announcement has more details:

Independent games development studio 3DIVISION will release Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic on Friday March 15 on Steam.

Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic is a real-time soviet-themed city builder tycoon set in an imaginary communist country in Eastern Europe. Your objective in the game is to construct your own republic and transform a poor country into a rich industrial super-power.

“Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic includes features such as building railways, conveyors, and pipelines”, claims Peter Adamcik, CEO and Programmer at 3DIVISION. “You will also have to manage power and construct the infrastructure using your own means”.

Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic will be launched in Early Access and it will remain like that for 12-24 months. In this period of time the game will eventually integrate new types of transportation (ships, aircraft and other), and it will implement new vehicles, new buildings and new gameplay mechanics.

Features

  • Manage all aspects of your own republic with planned economy, including mining resources, manufacturing goods, construction, investments, and citizens too.
  • Create your own industrial complexes with loading and unloading stations, storage, warehouses, and factories.
  • Build the infrastructure and manage its traffic, including roads, railways, sidewalks, conveyors, wiring, and pipelines. Wisely place and connect factories, houses and warehouses, and make the most efficient connections.
  • Plan and build the living areas with everything your citizens may need to live their happy life, such as playgrounds, cinema s, taverns, and shops.
  • Send your citizens to the mine to get coal, iron and other natural resources; or send them to the fields to pick up the crops; or take them to factories to produce manufactured goods.
  • Sell and purchase resources and goods from western countries or other soviet countries to get dollars or rubles and buy the products or resources you need... or invest in new infrastructure or buildings.
  • Enjoy authentic soviet buildings and vehicles, as well as realistic landscapes of the 60's to the 90's.
  • Play the way you want! You can focus on getting natural resources or products and trade them for money; or you can build a self-sufficient republic; or you can just use the easy sandbox mode with unlimited money/resources and just enjoy building something live.
  • Prices of resources on the global market are changing over time as you play –one day you can sell or purchase steel for a $100 per ton, but in a few months the cost can rise to $200 or decrease to $50. The price of everything is connected to the cost of work and resources.

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PROZE: Enlightenment Next Month

SignSine studio announce PROZE: Enlightenment, is coming to Steam and Oculus Store on April 11th. This will kick a virtual realty series, and a Rift or Vive headset will be required to play. A Steam listing is online with details, screenshots and a teaser trailer, and they promise the first full trailer about a month prior to release. In the meantime the PROZE: Prologue offers a free sample on Steam following its release last summer. Here are the details:

PROZE is a VR survival adventure. Set in both past and present, it’s a story of friendship and duty, fear and dignity of the people facing the Soviet government and its echoes. Explore a Cold-War era military research facility, deal with the anomalies, solve the puzzles, and find out the answers.

In PROZE you follow two connected stories. The first one happens in the 1970’s, where a Soviet engineer, who works at a secret research base is discovering its true purpose. The second part takes you to a modern day and is about a group of friends who as well are trying to find out the truth about the facility. Both parties will have to face a massive conspiracy that runs for decades and has left terrible consequences.

The game combines a few genres – it’s an exploration adventure with puzzle and horror elements. All of this is made specifically for an immersive VR experience with unique interaction mechanics.

What makes PROZE special?

  • Two connected stories set in both past and present. Discover the secrets of the Soviet military research project and uncover the conspiracy. The plot is partly based on the actual events.
  • Mysterious Cold War era facilities. Explore the secret area and the nearby forest, filled with anomalies.
  • Made specifically for VR. PROZE offers a virtual reality experience with an immersive atmosphere and realistic interaction mechanics.
  • Complex puzzle design. The game’s puzzles will test your logic, agility and navigation skills.

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Fortnite Patched

A new patch is now available for Fortnite, updating Epic's survival game to version 8.10, and here are the Patch Notes. This adds the new Baller vehicle to battle royale along with vending machine freebies, saying, "These convenient machines now dispense things free of charge but only provide one item/weapon before disappearing." Word is the console and mobile player pools are now merged, among loads of other changes. They also mess with us a bit, saying, "Reduced infinite dab duration from 12 hours to 11 hours in the front end," quickly followed by, "Just kidding, Increased Infinite dab duration from 12 hours to 13 hours in the front end." Here's a new trailer showing off how baller you'll look driving The Baller. Continue here to read the full story.

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Out of the Blue

Happy birthday to the World Wide Web, as it was on March 12, 1989 that Tim Berners-Lee first proposed the system we use today. Here's a bit from the Wikipedia: "On 12 March 1989 Berners-Lee issued a proposal, titled 'Information Management: A Proposal',[10] to the management at CERN for a system called 'Mesh' that referenced ENQUIRE, a database and software project he had built in 1980, which used the term 'web' and described a more elaborate information management system based on links embedded in readable text: 'Imagine, then, the references in this document all being associated with the network address of the thing to which they referred, so that while reading this document you could skip to them with a click of the mouse.' Such a system, he explained, could be referred to using one of the existing meanings of the word hypertext, a term that he says was coined in the 1950s. There is no reason, the proposal continues, why such hypertext links could not encompass multimedia documents including graphics, speech and video, so that Berners-Lee goes on to use the term hypermedia.[11]."

If that's not enough, today is also IHOP Free Pancake Day, offering the chance to support children's charity and eat free pancakes, a win/win if ever there was one (thanks Kxmode). Sadly, it does not seem there are any IHOP locations in Europe, but the artists formerly known as International House of Pancakes are indeed international with locations in North America, Latin America, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Oceania. Speaking of sadness, this describes our reaction to our recent visit to a local IHOP. These are independent franchises, and this one is pretty grubby, so we just turned around and left. But I have a real fondness for IHOP from my childhood, and there are two more about the same distance from us, so I may try to convince MrsBlue to go on an adventure to one of them. You know, to help kids.

International House of Links: Thanks Ant.
Stories: "Game of Thrones" S8 Runtimes Revealed.
She Invented a Board Game With Scientific Integrity. It’s Taking Off. Thanks Neutronbeam.
Science: Your Environment Is Cleaner. Your Immune System Has Never Been So Unprepared.
Traces of Giant, 2,700-Year-Old Solar Storm Detected in Greenland Ice. Thanks Neutronbeam.
Japan's moon rover will be made by Toyota. Could've had leather seats with Lexus.
Media: SNL: Kate McKinnon plays Bok Bok, the fast food chicken mascot who is definitely not Momo.
Inside Game of Thrones: A Story in Prosthetics.
Follow-up: Harvard Scientists Say Their Wild Plan to Dim The Sun Could Actually Work Safely. What could go wrong?
Boeing will release software updates for 737 Max jets by April.

Monday, Mar 11, 2019

Anarchy Online Launches Classic Server

Funcom announces the launch of a new "classic" server for Anarchy Online, celebrating 18 years of gameplay from the sci-fi MMORPG. This page has all the details and a FAQ explaining that anyone with a valid AO account can participate in this "fresh start" which has "no expansions, lower level caps, and a untouched economy to begin." It would be fun if this included a "buggy launch mode," but this seems to represent the state of the game after its initial problems were cleared up. Here's word:

The new server invites members to experience a fresh start– a trip down memory lane, to the early days of Rubi-Ka. Back to level one, in a leet-filled backyard. Dole out punishment on unsuspecting roller rats; take a walk on the Longest Road; or go AFK by a grid terminal for an unnecessarily long time. Get drunk on nostalgia; or, if that doesn’t work, you can always grab a drink at Reet’s Retreat.

A level cap system is in place, and the community at large will have a say in the pulse and progression of the new 2019 server– both in terms of expansion releases and level cap increases. Everyone’s steering this ship together!

“With the launch of the new server, we wanted to give players our unique take on a progression server. I invite everyone to step into the familiar and surprising Rubi-Ka 2019,” said Producer Joshua Mills. “As we continue through the year of Anarchy Online's 18th anniversary, we wanted to give everyone the opportunity to play in a way that brings together the old and the new, with a few twists mixed in. Thank you to everyone who has made these years possible and I hope you will join us on this brave new journey to Rubi-Ka!”

Released in 2001, ‘Anarchy Online’ shaped the face of the MMORPG genre with its Science-Fiction setting and innovative features, including dynamic missions, item levels, and instanced playfields. A Beta version of a new ‘Anarchy Online’ rendering engine was released last year, and thousands upon thousands of players continue to explore the world of Rubi-ka today.

World of Warcraft Classic Rollout Details

Speaking of classic MMORPGS, the World of Warcraft Forums reveal Blizzard's rollout plans for World of Warcraft Classic are changing a bit. They say they are now rolling out this throwback version of the game in six parts instead of four. They explain they are attempting to recreate how all this content came into the game back in the day:

At BlizzCon 2018, we proposed a plan to give Classic four content phases. These were planned to be centered primarily on raid power progression.

Currently, based on both your feedback and our own deliberations, we’re now planning to increase it to six phases. Our focus is still primarily on player power-progression, but we’re also aiming to capture what it felt like to play in a realm community in original WoW. To do that, we’re planning to mirror the approach taken by original WoW, with patches paired together. We’ll launch Classic with content from original WoW through patch 1.2.x, then the second update will include content that was in original WoW 1.3 and 1.4, the third Classic update will have 1.5 and 1.6 content, and so on.

Our first phase primarily focuses on launching Classic with Onyxia and Molten Core, but we’ve decided to hold off on Dire Maul for a while. Maraudon is still in the first phase, because it was originally released on December 18, 2004, just two weeks after the first player hit level 60, but we recognize that Dire Maul is in a different category. Some of the loot that’s attainable from Dire Maul is so good that it would affect progression through those early raids. We’re also planning to hold off on releasing Kazzak and Azuregos at launch as well, for the same reasons.

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The Division 2 Alexa Skill

Amazon announces the launch of an Alexa Skill for Tom Clancy's The Division 2 to pave the way for this week's the release of the action/RPG. Here's word on how the nice computer lady can help you divide and conquer:

Leading up to the launch of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, Amazon and Ubisoft announce the availability of The Division Network, an Alexa Skill for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. Agents can discover the SHD Network through the Alexa App on their phone or Alexa-enabled device by saying “Alexa, open The Division Network”. This Skill allows fans to access audio logs from an agent on the ground, piecing together what is happening in D.C. in the events leading up to the game. With the final audio logs added today, The Division Network is available for download on the Alexa app on smartphones, tablets or through an Alexa-enabled device.

El Taco Diablo Monday

El Taco Diablo is now available on Steam, offering a "hardcore standstill arena shooter" for Windows. This is somewhat like a rail shooter without the rails, which can be seen in this trailer. The trailer also shows that in this game every day is Taco Tuesday. Here's word:

El Taco Diablo is a simplistic but very difficult game inspired by Devil Daggers. This is a game about your accuracy and speed. It is best played at short intense intervals that will wake you up in the morning and put you in a good mood with its fun aesthetics and rock mariachi music.

The only goal is to survive as long as you can! (Although most don’t make it past 150 sec.)

MAIN FEATURES

  • 8 Unique Enemies - Ranging from small Tacos to Big Boss enemies, all with different abilities and behaviours. Each require different tactics and strategies to defeat, but will all challenge you to improve your aim.
  • 3 Weapons - The greater the potential, the more difficult it is to master. In order to compete with the best, you need to understand each weapon’s strength and weakness.
  • Warm Up/Training - El Taco Diablo is great if you need a quick warm up before a round of Apex Legends or Fortnite or just improve your aim overall.
  • Global Leaderboard - Compete on a global scale or just among friends to show who has the best and quickest aim.
  • Achievements - Think the game is too easy? Go after the achievements hidden in the game.

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Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom The Tale of a Timeless Tome Next Week

A new trailer is now available to show off The Tale of a Timeless Tome, new DLC for Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom coming to the action/RPG on March 19th. This will be $14.99, and is included in the game's Season Pass for those who have purchased that. Word is: "The Tale of a Timeless Tome begins with Evan and his friends hearing about a rumor regarding a mysterious rabbit dressed in a tuxedo that is being seen in people’s dreams. Evan decides to investigate by staying at the Goldpaw Inn. When Evan falls asleep, he finds himself in a dream world and encounters the rabbit who tells them he is The Conductor. Who is this off character and what is his objective?" Continue here to read the full story.

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RuneQuest Videogame Announced

Chaosium announces plans for a computer game based on RuneQuest, their long-running pen-and-paper fantasy RPG. This is being developed by Black Shamrock, a Dublin-based studio, but it does not yet carry a set release date. Here's what they are revealing for now about their plans:

After 40 years as a beloved role-playing adventure series, Chaosium Inc. is partnering with Dublin-based developer Black Shamrock to bring RuneQuest into the 21st century – as a video game RPG. Black Shamrock is developing an all new RPG adventure based on the work of legendary fantasy game designer and world-builder Greg Stafford for the very first time.

Get ready to enter RuneQuest’s legendary setting of Glorantha, a vibrant world with its own history, religion and lore. Glorantha has provided the setting for generations of gamemasters and will now be the basis for Black Shamrock’s new RPG adventure.

Olivier Masclef, Managing Director from Black Shamrock comments: “We’re so excited to be working on such a legendary fantasy role-playing world and take very seriously the trust that Chaosium has placed with us. As up-and-coming RPG specialists, the opportunity to bring the world of Glorantha to life is a dream come true.”

"We cannot be more excited than to be working together with Black Shamrock to bring the fantastic setting of Glorantha to life as a video game. With its vibrant characters and incredible mythology, this is what RuneQuest fans have been waiting for since RPG video games were invented!" says Jeff Richard, Creative Director of Chaosium.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Launch Trailer

With Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice due for release next week, a new launch trailer is now available for this role-playing game from FromSoftware. Here's the short description that comes along with the clip:

Winner of “Best of Gamescom” and “Best Action Game” at Gamescom 2018, Sekiro™: Shadows Die Twice is the next adventure from developer FromSoftware, creators of Bloodborne and the Dark Souls series.

In the game, players come face-to-face with larger than life foes in a dark and twisted world. As the “One-armed Wolf” they can unleash an arsenal of deadly prosthetic tools and powerful ninja abilities while blending stealth, vertical traversal, and visceral head-to-head combat in a bloody confrontation. Want to see more?

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  • ASUS ROG Balteus Qi Mouse Pad on TechPowerUp.
  • CORSAIR Crystal Series 680X RGB Tempered Glass PC Case on Modders-Inc.
  • Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Gaming OC 6G Graphics Card on ThinkComputers.org.
  • HyperX Alloy FPS RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard on Nikk Tech.
  • iiyama G-Master GB2730QSU Monitor on Overclocked Inside.
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Graphics Card vs. GTX 1660 Ti vs. RTX 2060 on TechSpot.
  • Palit GeForce GTX 1070 Ti JetStream Graphics Card on Hardwareslave.
  • SilverStone LSB02 and LS03 Case Lighting System on APH Networks.

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