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Titanfall free updates bringing 2v2 Last Titan Standing, Titan burn cards

Titanfall developer Respawn announced at their PAX East panel today that they’ll be bringing new modes, among various other tweaks, to their heartwarming game about soldiers and the robots they so dearly love. One such mode will be a 2v2 variant of…
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Ex-Wipeout devs bringing Table Top Racing from mobile to Vita

Playrise Digital, a studio housing talent from the Wipeout series, is bringing Table Top Racing to Vita this spring. The combat racer has accumulated 3.7 million downloads between the App Store and the Google Play store, and its detour to Vita will…
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Hotline Miami is bringing the heat to PS4 with Cross-Buy support

Publisher Devolver Digital revealed it’s releasing the first Hotline Miami on PS4, and the good news is fans who bought the original game on PS3 and Vita won’t have to pay to get the new version. Speaking to Destructoid at GDC, Devolver’s Nigel…
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Zen Studios bringing KickBeat and CastleStorm to next-gen, Pinball FX2 to Xbox One

Zen Studios announced a slate of new releases coming to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this year, showcasing upgraded ports of KickBeat and CastleStorm alongside the Xbox One debut of Pinball FX2.

KickBeat, originally released for the PlayStation 3…
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Warner Bros is bringing back arcade classic Gauntlet for summer release


Much loved dungeon crawler Gauntlet is making a comeback this summer courtesy of WBIE and Magicka developer Arrowhead.

This will be part of a new initiative for WBIE that will focus on bringing more downloadable titles to market. While the game will be a complete re-imagining, expect some of the usual favorites like the same classic playable classes and great co-op gameplay.

Gauntlet is set for release this summer and has only been announced for Steam.

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XSEED is bringing Akiba’s Trip 2 to North America this summer

Following Senran Kagura Burst, XSEED is localizing more clothes-ripping action for North America in PS3 and Vita game Akiba’s Trip 2. The action-RPG is titled stateside as Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed, and it’s due on retail shelves sometime this…
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Velocity Ultra Developers Bringing Surge Deluxe To Vita

FuturLab, the developer behind Velocity Ultra for PlayStation 3 and Vita, is trying a new genre for its upcoming Vita game: match-three puzzle.

The game, titled Surge Deluxe released without the Deluxe subtitle on PlayStation Mobile, and FuturLab used the feedback generated from that version of the game for its PlayStation Vita release.

The game will be available this Tuesday, February 4. To see the game in action, check out the trailer below.

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To read our review of Velocity Ultra, head here.

[Via: PlayStation Blog] – The Feed

Atlus bringing Conception 2 to Europe as a digital-only release

European RPG fans looking forward to birthing an army of children will have to turn to digital means to do so – Conception 2: Children of the Seven Stars will reach Europe in Q2 of 2014 only on the Nintendo eShop and PlayStation Network, publisher …
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Nintendo bringing DS to Wii U Virtual Console

Nintendo’s recently cleared technical hurdles regarding the Wii U’s Virtual Console offerings have a clear result – the company announced plans for Nintendo DS titles to join the Wii U’s current offering.

Nintendo’s quarterly financial meeting in …
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Microsoft Interested In Bringing Something Like 1 Vs. 100 To Xbox One

Don't expect the original game to return, but the long-abandoned online multiplayer gameshow is still on Microsoft's mind.

Speaking with Polygon, Microsoft's general manager for lifestyle entertainment Dave McCarthy said the game is remembered fondly by those at Microsoft. "The approach is something we really enjoyed. We will do something in the future for Xbox One that is like that, because spiritually we thought it was a pretty cool experience ourselves," McCarthy said.

The game was based on the structure of the television game show of the same name and pitted one player against 100 others in rounds of trivia at specific dates and times. It launched in 2009, and shut down later that year.

"The notion of bringing a large number of people together in both a social and let's say a more casual gaming format is something we believe in a lot. In some ways 1 vs. 100 was a little bit ahead of its time. From a production perspective it gave us a few challenges in terms of the sheer effort to bring that to market on a regular basis," McCarthy told Polygon.

[Source: Polygon]


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I was late to the 1 vs. 100 party, so I only got a chance to play once before it was abandoned – and I have always been disappointed I didn't play more when I had the opportunity. I don't think McCarthy is being presumptuous in his claim that the game was before its time. There really hasn't been anything else like it and I hope Microsoft does pursue a similarly structured massively multiplayer trivia game in the future. – The Feed