Compile Heart has delayed Death Under the Labyrinth from its planned October 8 release in Japan to December 17, the company announced.
The company cites various reasons for the delay.
Additionally, the publisher put out the opening movie.
You got some Old West in my X-COM! You got some X-COM in my- BLAM! …death rattle.
“Have you played XCOM before?” asked Kacper Szymczak, the Lead Designer at Creative Forge Games, before I sat down to take a look at Hard West, a tactical RPG with a western setting. His question was indeed the fastest way to explain Hard West, which borrows liberally from Firaxis’ exemplary sci-fi SRPG.
Dual-stick shooters are well represented at PAX Prime, but Assault Android Cactus clearly separates itself from the crowd. The game features multiple characters with distinct weapons and play-styles, and my time with the PAX demo was pure fun on every level. Assault Android Cactus understands that people love to shoot things and watch them blow up, but it also features rankings and leadboards for folks who prefer to prove their hardcore abilities. It’s a best of both worlds approach that works well, and makes it one of the standout indie titles of PAX Prime.
So, when I had the opportunity to speak with Hironobu Sakaguchi about his mobile RPG Terra Battle earlier this year, I knew I’d have the chance to sneak in one question about Final Fantasy, at the very leastso I wanted to make it a good one. At some point in time, it was accepted as conventional wisdom that Final Fantasy VI met with disappointing sales in Japan and moderate success in America, most likely due to its dark themes and unconventional structure. It’s a factoid I’ve heard tossed around plenty of times in the 20 years I’ve been reading about the game on the Internet, so I decided to go right to the source and ask Sakaguchi himself.
Bryan plays Underdog Games creepy freeware title Port of Call and finds a lot to say about the experience of harboring lost souls to their final resting place.
We’ve all heard that watching TV in the dark can be pretty tough on the eyes, but an ambient bias lighting setup can make the experience much more palatable. This …
Wondering what to do with your three day weekend? Turtle Rock Studios is hoping you’ll (re)visit its co-op shooter Evolve, courtesy of a few days of free access on Xbox One and PC. Even if you already own it, it may be time to knock the dust off be…
Nearly 20 organizations write an open letter demanding that the social network restore Politwoops, a tool that captures politicians’ deleted tweets.
If your social feeds are anything like mine, they’re full of folks squeeing with delight over their new BB-8 droid today. The folks at uBreakiFix got one too, but instead of playing with Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ charmer, they cut it apart to s…
Developer Bungie’s former in-house composer Marty O’Donnell had his day in court and it’s time for Bungie to pay the piper. In addition to the initial payout of $142,500 he’s owed as a profit-sharing program, O’Donnell also gets to hold onto what V…
“In preparation for Metal Gear Solid V, Ive been playing through the entries in the series that I missed. Its been enlightening.”
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is an extraordinary game, it doesn’t take long to realise that, but the point at which it truly won IBT over arrives about 20 hours in during a mission unlike any in the series before it, but which provides one of its greatest moments.
The Phantom Pain’s missions, episodes when referring to ones that move the story along, are largely about rescuing prisoners, eliminating targets, finding items or a mixture of those objectives. Blood Runs Deep is episode 18, one of the first set in central Africa, and begins with a simple objective: eliminate six rebel soldiers before they can talk.
Warning: Contains spoilers for this particular mission.
Theres one thing the PC version of Grand Theft Auto 5 can do that the console version of the game can only dream of: mod support.
Does controversy change how you feel about a video game or does it exist in a vacuum? Are we rewarding Konami’s behavior by purchasing the game? Would we be punishing Kojima to boycott it?
I feel Kojima has given his blessing and we can simply enjoy his masterpiece.
The Xbox One has two MMORPGs to its name: Elder Scrolls Online and the free to play Neverwinter. But in Japan a territory not known for its affinity for Microsoft consoles another free to play MMO has been out for quite some time now. That would be Onigiri (which means demon slayer), from Japanese publisher Cyberstep.
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Destin Legarie, Sean Finnegan and Fran Mirabella discuss the next week as there are a ton of changes coming to Destiny that are preparing us for The Taken King. Here’s what you can expect.
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Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the most highly anticipated movie coming out this year but we still know surprisingly little about its main plot. There’s a good reason for that: Disney has done an amazing job of keeping the movie’s secrets under tight wraps in a way that Steve Jobs would have certainly appreciated. In an interview with The Guardian, Anthony Daniels (a.k.a., the actor who plays beloved droid C-3PO) reveals just how far Disney has gone to keep spoilers for The Force Awakens from leaking out.
To call Destiny‘s upcoming expansion huge would be an understatement.
The Taken King is retooling so many of the shooter’s systems, and changing so many things about the game we’ve come to know, that we can safely call it massive. Destiny is becoming a different beast entirely.
Next week, to lay the foundation for the expansion, Bungie is releasing Destiny’s biggest patch. And there’s a lot to take in, from minor changes to sweeping transformations. Some of them are tweaks to the user interface. Others alter the way we track objectives. A much-maligned character stat is getting axed in favor of a more user-friendly approach.
So in preparation for The Taken King expansion releasing Sept. 15, we’ve outlined some of the major differences between Destiny’s first year, and Destiny as it will exist after Patch 2.0 on September 8. In the video below, we’ve also outlined a few things you can do to get ready for the expansion’s launch.
New Experience System
Destiny’s Light rating was one of the main barriers to many players. In the game’s first year, the stat was an intrinsic property for certain pieces of armor, and finding specific items was the only way to reach higher character levels. Because of this, jumping from one level to the next could be a slog if you didn’t know exactly what to be working toward.
But with the new patch, Bungie is completely retooling how Light works. Instead of dictating which pieces of armor you pursue, Light is now an average of your overall attack power and defense rating. It’s nowjust an indicator of how good your inventory is, and doesn’t create any barriers on your search for gear. Your character
The months between seasons of Game of Thrones are increasingly difficult to trudge through as we approach the inevitable climax, which is why even casting news often makes headlines around the Internet. This week, it was revealed that Pilou Asbæk (Lucy, The Borgias) will take on the role of Euron Greyjoy, Theon’s uncle, in season 6.
The new Star Wars movie will certainly be the best part, but the subsequent soundtrack will be just as exciting for music lovers. Fans have been requesting information about The Force Awakens’ soundtrack and when it will be released, and that information has finally been provided: the soundtrack will be launching on the same day the movie premieres in theaters, …