We're almost to the launch of No More Heroes 3. The game will have series protagonist Travis Touchdown butt heads with alien supervillains. It will feature lots of eccentric aspects we've come to know and love of the series, such as various side quests and wild boss fights. The game's Director also has a few things to share about the title, and himself, ahead of launch, six very quick things in fact.
Uploaded to the official Nintendo YouTube, Suda has shared six quick things. Most of them are about the game itself, such as the variety of new death glove attacks you will have, spinning off from the previous title, Travis Strikes Again, as well as the general plot of the game. He also has some things to share about himself, though, including his favorite Nintendo franchise and how he gets all his best ideas when he's emptying his bowels on the toilet. Seriously.
No More Heroes 3 will launch on August 27th for the Switch. If this doesn't quite satisfy your need for information on the game, we have 15 things to know about it through here.
Next month will see the release of F.I.S.T.: Forged in Shadow Torch. The metroidvania-styled game sees you in a world of anthropomorphic animals who live under an oppression regime. Rayton, a rabbit whose friend is kidnapped by said regime, dons the F.I.S.T., a mech suit that consists of a giant robot arm, from his rebel fighter days. It's an interesting looking title, and much like you'd expect from these types of games, there's multiple weapons and gadgets to play with. Now we have nearly 20 minutes of gameplay showing just that.
Posted via IGN, we have over 19 minutes here of gameplay footage. If you managed to play the time limited demo of the game on Steam a few weeks back, you'll see this basically picks up directly after that where Rayton has defeated the first major boss and picked up the drill weapon afterward. Here you'll see how you use the weapon with your F.I.S.T. as well as the first look at the game's English voice acting. See the entire thing in full below.
F.I.S.T.: Forged in Shadow Torch will release for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on September 7th, where it was confirmed to have gone gold recently. It will also come to PC at a later date.
It took almost two and an half decades, but the Japanese RPG Moon: Remix RPG Adventure finally came stateside last year. The game was once meant to be released in America way back in 1997 on the original PlayStation, but that never came to be. The remake brought the game to the Nintendo Switch in 2020, and while there made been no word on when it'd come elsewhere, now we know it will be coming to PC.
The game's official Steam page has gone live, which you can see here. Unfortunately, there isn't much more news than that and there is also a lack of timeframe for when to expect this PC port to come. For now, it also seems there isn't any announced plans for other platforms. If you aren't familiar with the game, it follows a young boy who is sucked into his favorite video game, and instead of fighting monsters, he must win them over with love and friendship after they have been slain by the game's 'hero.'
Moon: Remix RPG Adventure is available now on Nintendo Switch. We'll keep you updated on when we know more about the PC release.
Trepang Studios has just showcased an announcement trailer for the gun-fu TREPANG2, a first-person shooter with a heavy emphasis on slowing down time at the Future Games Show. Check out the trailer below for more details on the game.
TREPANG2 puts you in the shoes of what looks to be a military officer on a quest to exact revenge from his fellow squadmates after "everything is taken away from you." Of course, the gameplay is what matters here – and Trepang seems to have a beautifully flowing combat loop – as you continually utilize bullet-time to massacre legions of soldiers and monsters in a plethora of different environments.
The game is in many ways similar to Rockstar's Max Payne and F.E.A.R., the former of which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. Details on the release front remain scant for TREPANG2, except for the fact that it will be available on PC via Steam sometime in 2022.
The Gamescom Future Games Show has started, and brings with it a plethora of exciting games and announcements. A cinematic trailer for Iggymob's upcoming Gungrave GORE showcases high-intensity over-the-top action sequences. Check out the trailer below for more details on the matter.
Gungrave GORE is a shooter from Iggymob, and will have players jumping and shooting a bunch of enemies as what looks to be a vampire hunter. Gungrave has mostly remained dormant for quite some time with the exception of Gungrave VR. Fans of the franchise seem to be optimistic about the revival, and hopefully the game meets all expectations. Details on the gameplay front remain scant for now, so stay tuned for more updates.
Gungrave is being published under Prime Matter, which is the newest publishing label from Koch Media. Gungrave GORE releases for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S sometime in 2022.
A couple of months at E3, Okomotive announced FAR: Changing Tides, a sequel to their acclaimed and atmospheric exploration adventure title, FAR: Lone Sails. At the recent Future Games Show Gamescom 2021, we got another look at the game with a new trailer.
The trailer is a pretty densely packed one. It shows various unique environments boasting strong and evocative art design, and it's clear that in terms of atmosphere and sense of place, this game is coming along well. There's plenty to like in what they've shown in this trailer, and fans of the first game will certainly find plenty to be excited about. Check it out below.
Meanwhile, the trailer also confirms that the game has been delayed to 2022, having initially been given a late 2021 launch window upon announcement. Whenever it releases, FAR: Changing Tides will be available for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Jurassic World Evolution 2 has been receiving quite a lot of details and gameplay footage of late, which makes sense, seeing as its release date is approaching. Recently at Future Games Show Gamescom 2021, Frontier Developments once again took the opportunity to show us more of the upcoming dino park management simulator.
Jeff Goldlum, interestingly enough, is featured in the video as well, but there's plenty of stuff from the game shown as well, of course. We see a couple of different biomes, such as the temperate environment and the desert environment. Different weather patterns such as rain and snow are also shown, and these will, of course, have different effects on the way dinosaurs behave as well. Finally, we see two new dino species as well, one each of the aquatic and flying kind. Check it all out below.
Maneater was a big fan favourite upon its launch last year, and given the fact that it's an open world action RPG that lets you play and unleash chaos as a shark, it's not hard to understand why it was so popular. Soon, fans of the game will have even more content to dive into with the upcoming Truth Quest DLC, and ahead of its imminent launch, we have another new look at it.
At Future Games Show Gamescom 2021, Tripwire Interactive shared another new trailer, mostly setting the stage for the story of the DLC- and it involves a lot of conspiracy theories about aliens, mysteries, dark secrets begging to be uncovered, and more. It definitely sounds interesting. Meanwhile, there's a couple of very brief gameplay snippets in there as well. Check out the trailer below.
Maneater: Truth Quest will launch for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC- a Nintendo Switch version of the DLC hasn't yet been confirmed.
A developer segment for developer Sharkmob's upcoming battle royale Vampire: The Masquerade – Blood Hunt has just been showcased at Future Games show, and two lead officials for the game have provided some important details on the Early Access launch and new features. Check out the trailer below for more details.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Blood Hunt will come with a Battle Pass which will give players a steady stream of rewards such as cosmetics and emotes. According to the developers, there has been a ton of work in rebalancing the game and characters according to feedback from the alpha. The game will also feature an evolving story of sorts, and characters will change accordingly in what looks to be hub world of the game.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Blood Hunt will begin testing on September 7th upto 13th, which will be followed by a Maintenace gap of a day. Servers will reactivate on September 9th.
We last saw Soulstice a couple of months ago at E3, and we were definitely impressed with what we saw. Now, developer Replay Game Studios and publisher Modus Game have released a new gameplay trailer for it, which was shown at Future Games Show Gamescom 2021.
The trailer isn't particularly long, but it's definitely packed and has a whole lot to show. Various locations are showcased, we get to see fast and slick combat against a variety of different kinds of enemies, and even get glimpses at what look like some of the game's major set-piece sequences and boss fights. It seems to be shaping up pretty well so far. Check it out below.
Soulstice is due out in 2022 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. Voice actor Stefanie Joosten – who portrayed Quiet in Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain – lends her voice to the game. Stay tuned for more updates in the coming weeks and months.