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Classic Platformer Another World Bringing Old School Charm To Modern Devices

Another World, the highly innovative classic platformer from the mind of Éric Chahi, is being re-released for the modern age. The new versions will include higher resolutions, cleaner anti-aliasing, and smoother animations. It will also feature both the original Amiga soundtrack and the updated Sega-CD soundtrack.

As it is releasing on the three Sony platforms, it will feature cross buy, cross save, and cross platform trophies as well. To get a taste of what's to come, check out the trailer below.

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Another World is set to release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita on June 25. No release dates have yet been confirmed for the Xbox One, 3DS, and Wii U versions. – The Feed

Xseed Bringing Old-School JRPG Brandish To North America And Corpse Party To PC

Xseed has announced it is bringing Brandish: The Dark Revenant to North America, and Corpse Party to a new platform with a PC release.

Brandish: The Dark Revenant originally released on PSP in Japan. The game was a 3D remake of the Super Nintendo game of the same name, minus the subtitle. The game follows soldier Ares as he battles his way through a multi-level dungeon attempting to outrun a sorceress.

Corpse Party is a horror adventure game that released on PSP here in North America. You can read our review of the game here.

Xseed has no release date or window for either game, but is promising trailers for E3 next week.

[Source: Joystiq]


Our Take
I'm not familiar with Brandish, but it sounds interesting. I hope it gets a Vita release with trophies, as opposed to a PSP release, which would still be downloadable and playable on Vita. – The Feed

Loadout bringing PS4 owners an embarrassment of bullets

Loadout, a cartoonish third-person shooter that lets you build the weapon of your dreams and your enemies’ nightmares, will be coming to Sony’s PlayStation 4, developer Edge of Reality has announced. Like its Steam counterpart, Loadout on PS4 will…
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Lionhead bringing Fable Anniversary to PC

While Fable Anniversary was previously exclusive to Xbox 360 owners, a clamoring cacophony of Fable fans has apparently persuaded Lionhead and Microsoft to bring the HD remake of the 2004 Xbox game to Steam. When and for how much, however, are tales…
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Mario Kart 8 bringing Mercedes DLC to Japan, shocking imagery to all

No, it isn’t the end of the world and frogs are not falling from the skies. That really is a real-life car in Mario Kart 8. As part of a surreal collaboration between Nintendo and Mercedes Benz, Japanese players are getting the Mercedes GLA as a DLC…
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Nintendo Bringing Mario Kart To NASCAR

Mario, in promotion of Mario Kart 8, will be on Matt Kenseth's No. 20 car in an upcomgin NASCAR race.

Kenseth will have Mario on his car during the Nationwide Series History 300 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. If you are physically attending the race, Nintendo has brought Mario Kart 8 kiosks ahead of the game's May 30 release date, as well as some Mario and Luigi mascots prime for photo-ops.

For our review of Mario Kart 8, head here. For our Mario Kart 8 Test Chamber. Mario Kart 8 launches May 30 on Wii U.

You can also see a time-lapse video of the Mario Kart 8 advertisement being attached to the car below.

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[Source: Business Wire, via Joystiq]


Our Take
First the Dogecoin car, now this? It looks like video games and Internet culture are working together to take over NASCAR. – The Feed

Goat Simulator Developer Bringing A Story About My Uncle To Steam Later This Month

The next project from Coffee Stain Studios is looking to offer a much different experience than the comedy-focused zaniness of Goat Simulator.

A Story About My Uncle comes from developer Gone North Games. Coffee Stain Studios is serving a publishing role on the title. In the game, which is a non-violent first-person platformer, players use crazy inventions to explore strange environments to seek out their lost uncle. You can check out a trailer for the game below which launches on Steam on May 28.

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You can check out our review of Goat Simulator by heading here.

[Source: Coffee Stain Studios on YouTube, Steam via Polygon]


Our Take
Coffee Stain Studios isn't developing this title, but it is attaching itself to it, perhaps in an attempt to show it is capable of more than just goofy games about goats with sticky tongues. I am a big fan of games where you can jump impressive distances, so this trailer has definitely made me interested. – The Feed

Ibb and Obb bringing its gravity-twisting co-op to Steam

Ibb and Obb makes the jump from PS3 to Windows PC on May 26, although in its world a jump is no simple thing. Gravity goes up as well as down in Sparpweed’s platformer, which makes for all kind of bizarre puzzles.

Luckily you have a local or online…
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Grid Autosport announced, bringing ‘authentic’ drives to PS3, Xbox 360, PC in June

Codemasters whisked off the sheet on Grid Autosport today, a new entry in the racer series that’s swerving onto retail shelves as soon as June 24 in North America and June 27 in Europe. The UK studio unveiled the game for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, which…
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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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