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  1. The Alliance Alive HD Remastered - Ignite, Unite, & Fight! - Combat & System Trailer
  2. The HD remaster of The Allicance Alive has a new trailer showing off the Combat. Originally released on 3DS, the Remaster is coming to Switch and PS4 on the 8th of October. Blurb: To unite the realms and return the sky from eternal darkness, you've got to harness everything you've got! In The Alliance Alive HD Remastered, skills and bonds are challenged when overthrowing the Daemons. Our latest Gameplay Trailer highlights components for success in battle and the greater journey that lies ahead. Below are three critical features in battle: Awakening - Learn skills at random, though the chances to do so are increased by engaging stronger enemies or using stronger weapons. Additionally, unlocking specific Talents allows one to "awaken" with greater odds. Ignition - When a character enters this state (from dealing or taking damage), they can utilize their weapon's Final Strike. Entering further states of Ignition opens up more advantages in battle. Final Strike - A gambit that gives access to a powerful attack in exchange for breaking the currently equipped weapon.
  3. The latest and most ambitious project from Tokyo RPG Factory, ONINAKI is out now. Chekc out the trailer below, and if you're still not sure you can try a demo available on all 3 platforms. Blurb: Square Enix today announced that ONINAKI, the latest action-RPG developed by the talented Tokyo RPG Factory team, is now digitally available for the Nintendo Switch system, PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and STEAM. A physical version of the game for the Nintendo Switch system that features a beautiful reversible sleeve with stunning artwork of the game’s protagonists, will be available across Australia & New Zealand from the 6th September 2019. With supervision by Creative Producer Takashi Tokita (Chrono Trigger, Parasite Eve), ONINAKI depicts the story of Kagachi, a young Watcher whose duty is to usher Lost Souls into the next world. After meeting a mysterious girl named Linne, his fate becomes entwined with blood and death. Kagachi can unleash the powers of Daemons against his foes, using them to provide unique and powerful skills and abilities during gameplay. With highly customisable skill trees for each Daemon, fast and engaging action-RPG gameplay mechanics and a mysterious, involving story that takes players to a world unlike anything they have seen before, ONINAKI is set to take players to a whole new world where death is only the beginning. ONINAKI is now digitally available for the Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4 system and STEAM®. A free playable demo for ONINAKI is also available for download for all three platforms.
  4. Control looks like one of the most bizarre games of the year, and it's launch trailer only reinforces that. Check it out below to see if it's something you should pick up next Tuesday. Blurb: Global videogame publisher 505 Games and its partner, internationally renowned developer Remedy Entertainment, Plc. today revealed the launch trailer for the award-winning Control. This new cinematic trailer invites players once again into the mysterious Oldest House for a glimpse at the challenges that await them as they take on the role of the newest Director of the Federal Bureau of Control. Set in a unique and ever-changing world that juxtaposes our familiar reality with the strange and unexplainable, Control is a third-person action-adventure game combining Remedy’s trademark gunplay with supernatural abilities. After a secretive agency in New York is invaded by an otherworldly threat, players will take on the role of Jesse Faden, the new Director struggling to regain Control. This sandbox-style, gameplay-driven experience built on the proprietary Northlight engine challenges players to master a combination of supernatural abilities, modifiable loadouts and reactive environments while fighting through the deep and mysterious worlds Remedy is known and loved for. Launching globally Tuesday, Aug. 27 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for physical and digital retail, with a simultaneous digital launch on the Epic Games store for PC, Control is playable this week at the Gamescom fair in Germany, running through Aug. 24. To celebrate the launch of Control, 505 Games will host a stream on Tuesday, Aug. 27 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. PDT in an effort to raise money for the St. Jude Children’s Hospital, a hospital and research facility working to change the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. To watch or donate, please visit https://tiltify.com/@505games/505-games-for-st-jude. For more information and regular updates, or to pre-order Control, please visit www.controlgame.com.
  5. FINAL FANTASY VIII Remastered is coming on September 3rd to Steam, XB1, PS4 and Switch! There are some pre-order wallpapers available for PS4 and Steam, but check out the trailer below for why you should check this gem out, or revisit it now: Blurb:
  6. Life is Strange Season 2 continues with Episode 4 dropping on the 22nd of this month. Check out the trailer below: Blurb: The saga picks up in a Humboldt County, California hospital room where Sean, gravely wounded, wakes up to find that Daniel is still missing. Under arrest, and facing tough questions from law enforcement, Sean is running out of options. Only quick thinking and unexpected allies can secure his freedom. “In Episode 4, we re-join Sean at his lowest point. The disaster that separated him from his brother has scarred him for life, and he is lost, alone and in quite a bit of trouble,” said Michel Koch & Raoul Barbet, Co-Creative Directors of Life is Strange 2. “Sean is already at a breaking point, and now faces some of the toughest situations in his life as he desperately searches for Daniel, whose absence hangs heavy over the whole episode. Considering what happened in that California Redwood forest, even if he can locate his brother – he can’t be sure of who, or what he will find.” Searching for Daniel under the scorching Nevada sun and through freezing desert nights, Sean must make his toughest choices yet. Puerto Lobos and the dream of freedom have never felt so far away.
  7. Metal Wolf Chaos XD which is a remaster of the Xbox 360 exclusive Metal Wolf chaos is coming soon. In the build up Devolver has release a behind the scenes video. 1:35 is especially good as they talk about how the game was made to be purely fiction, and seems to have become eerily similar to reality these days.
  8. The classic hyper-violent, hyper-naughty hyper-indie darling is out now on Switch with both games jammed into one tidy collection.
  9. If you needed more colour to spice up your gaming setup, PlayStation has you covered with a line of new DS4 controllers landing in September and a rose gold headset coming in November. I'm not going to lie, the Electric Purple one certainly has my interest. Check out the announcement videos below: Blurb: PlayStation NZ is excited to reveal four new stylish colours being added to their growing line-up to help you play in style starting this Autumn, including: Electric Purple, Red Camouflage, Titanium Blue, Rose Gold. Since its launch almost six years ago, the DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Controller now features over 25 colours. PlayStation NZ is also revealing a Rose Gold Edition headset, coming later in November. This headset offers the same Gold Wireless Headset audio features players have come to love, but boasts a Rose Gold metallic finish on the headband, with embossed PS Shapes on the inside. All DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controllers will be available for purchase this September. The Rose Gold headset will be arriving later in November, 2019. For more information feel free to check out the blog post.
  10. One of my biggest surprises in the last five years was the 2014 release of Wolfenstein: The New Order. It took a franchise that had been humming along quietly with above average releases and kicked off a new story that was still in the old cannon. I personally hadn’t touched the series in well over a decade, so this new story presented a great opportunity to jump into the series and thanks to a well-crafted story with amazing gameplay, it was a wise choice. Five years later, we are presented with the fourth game since this rebirth, and with the franchise still being strong, can its newest release stand up to its series standards? Wolfenstein: Youngblood kicks off 20 years after Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus where B.J. Blazkowicz alongside his wife Anya have raised their twin daughters Jessica and Sophia away from the chaos of Nazi’s. When B.J. disappears, the sisters find some secretive documents indicating he has gone to Nazi occupied France to meet with the resistance. Concerned for his safety they head off to find him and become Nazi killers. The story is a touch cheesy, but not bad by any means. My biggest issue is with how the sisters develop throughout the campaign. The game involves them moving from girls with strong arms skills thanks to their combat training to woman who are prime Nazi hunters. As the game progresses, they switch between fumbling goofs and experienced soldiers far too fluently such as taking their first human life where they initially react by throwing up, then seem to move on suddenly to killing machines. It’s like they wanted to make the girls goofy and loveable but couldn't quite merge that with the nature of the gameplay, so the sisters wind up being this weird bipolar mix of the two. What the game introduces well is the more open nature of the missions. Rather than following a linear story like its predecessors, Wolfenstein: Youngblood instead has you operating from a central hub choosing missions. You can replay missions to level up or find collectables or play the game in the order that suits you, to an extent, and this is kind of cool in its own quirky way. I’m still torn on this, because while I like the idea, I have enjoyed the cohesive linear story the series has provided before. Another change, as briefly mentioned before, is the leveling system which has added a reason to replay missions. As the sisters’ level up they can use upgrade points to boost their skills to become better Nazi killers. This is another thing that I am torn on, because while light levelling systems aren't always a bad thing that certainly suits some games, this one didn't need it and doesn’t benefit from its inclusion. The biggest shift of all is the co-operative aspect to the game. The game is much built around co-op given its two main characters are side by side for every mission, and there are countless boxes or levels that need two people to push it down at the same time. This aspect of the game annoyed me more than it should because in the game’s story they conveniently required two people for all this stuff suddenly, BJ must be having a real tough time with any Nazi killing on his own. It’s a minor gripe that annoyed me more than is fair to the game, but for the most part the co-operative experience is built well. I spent most of my time playing on my own, and the AI for my partner isn’t always perfect, but it’s good enough. Wolfenstein: Youngblood is far from the best game in its series, but it’s also far from bad. Some unnecessary systems are a little annoying but as none of them are bad I can’t help but respect all the things they tried in this new experience. It’s still an easily worthwhile experience for fans of the series or people who want to hunt Nazis, even if it doesn’t quite live up to its predecessors.
  11. If the new and improved DOOMs have had you itching for the old days, then Demon Pit has your back. You can fight waves of enemies in an arena that looks and plays like DOOM, check out the trailer and blurb below for more information. Blurb: About the game Arise Demon Hunter. It is time. The years you spent slaughtering demon-kind in the mortal world did little to cleanse your soul. Your sins have been laid bare and you have been judged. You are damned for eternity. The pit awaits! Inspired by the fast-paced FPS games of the 1990s, Demon Pit is an intense arcade-style arena shooter. Armed with a series of ranged weapons and a soul grapple, you must fight and out maneuver endless waves of demons in a constantly changing environment. How long can you survive before they rip your flesh and claim your soul? Key features Battle 10 types of hideous hell spawn Repel the demon horde with 7 varied weapons Use your soul grapple to traverse the arena quickly and avoid the oncoming legion Master movement to survive the changing environment and its hazards Constantly kill to keep your multiplier alive and compete for leaderboard immortality Launching later this year (Q3/Q4) on Steam, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Demon Pit is available to wishlist now on Steam.
  12. Need for Speed™ Heat Official Reveal Trailer
  13. If you have been waiting for more NFS (and I kinda have) then they are bringing the heat with Need for Speed Heat on November 8th. Blurb: Ghost Games, an Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) studio, today announced Need for Speed Heat, the ultimate street racer versus cop fantasy. The game deepens and expands everything Need for Speed fans love – expressive customisation, authentic urban car culture, and an immersive narrative that pulls you into the game. Watch the announce trailer here. Need for Speed Heat sends fans to Palm City, a brand-new open world where street racers have gathered to make their names known. By day, players compete in the Speedhunters Showdown, a sanctioned competition where they earn Bank to customise and upgrade their garage of high- performance cars. At night, players risk it all to build their Rep in underground races where a rogue police task force roams the streets, ready to take racers down and swipe all their earnings. The roads, the risks, and the rides never end in this street racer where a player can roll deep with their crew, build their garage full of hot cars, and make the city their nonstop playground. “We’re delivering more options than ever before for players to be unique and make themselves known,” said Riley Cooper, Creative Director at Ghost Games. “Our fans have been clear that they want more cars, more customisation, and more challenges, and we’re tuning up on every aspect. From your character’s style to your car’s performance and your driving style, we’re fuelling everyone’s creativity with this new game.” Fans who pre-order the standard edition will get a K.S Edition styled Mitsubishi Evolution X. Pre- ordering the Deluxe Edition adds three K.S Edition styled cars (BMW i8 Coupe, Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport), access to exclusive deluxe edition character clothing, and increased earnings of in-game currencies Bank and Rep. Anyone who pre-orders Need for Speed Heat in-game from Need for Speed Payback on any format will also get a 10% discount as a Loyalty Reward 1 . Need for Speed Heat launches November 8, 2019 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Jump into the game first on November 5, 2019 with EA Access and Origin Access Basic to enjoy up to 10 hours of play time as part of the Play First Trial, or sign-up for Origin Access Premier to get full access on PC.
  14. If all of the recent collections of old games hasn't quite filled your Switch up yet, there is more on the horizon with 2 arcadey shooter collections with Psikyo Shooting Stars Alpha and Bravo editions. Alpha Edition includes: STRIKERS 1945, STRIKERS 1945 II, STRIKERS 1945 III, SOL DIVIDE, Dragon Blaze, ZERO GUNNER 2 Bravo Edition includes: Samurai Aces Episode I, GUNBARICH, Samurai Aces Episode II: TENGAI, Samurai Aces Episode III: SENGOKU CANNON, GUNBIRD, GUNBIRD2 Collectors editions can be seen below:
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