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VR support comes to Amazon’s Lumberyard engine, starting with Rift and Vive

There’s a new update coming to Amazon’s Lumberyard engine in the next few weeks, Lumberyard Beta 1.3, that will add support for the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and other virtual reality headsets to the nascent game engine. …

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21 years later, Kenji Eno’s 3DO cult hit D comes to PC

More than two decades after its 1995 release on 3DO, Kenji Eno’s cult classic horror game D became widely available on PC, Mac and Linux this week via the game revivication efforts of Night Dive Studios. …

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Gran Turismo Sport Comes To PS4 In November

Sony and developer Polyphony Digital have announced a release date for the competition-focused GT Sport, as well as the game's pre-order bonuses and special edition.

The PS4 game comes out on November 15, and its multiplayer focus encompasses two championship series: one where you race for your country, and the other your manufacturer.

You can now pre-order the title, and depending on where you go, you'll get different goodies (click the PS Blog link below for more information). Regardless of where you pre-order, however, everyone who does will get three cars: the Ford Mustang Group B Rally Car, Toyota FT-1 Vision GT Group 3, and Peugeot 908 HDi FAP LMP1.

The game also has a limited edition version ($ 69.99) that includes (text from Sony):

  • GT Sport Starter Pack (8x Cars) – Gain immediate access to cars within various race class, including GT4, Rally, and more

  • $ 1MM In-Game Credit – Build and customize your personalized garage

  • Livery Sticker Pack – Bonus livery of numerous brands and logos

  • 30x PS4 GT Sport Themed Avatars – Based on selected GT Sport featured vehicles

  • Racing Helmet – For your customized driver profile

  • Limited Edition Steel Book and Packaging

According to website GT Planet, who was at the game's London press conference today, there a few other notable details that surfaced, including that the game features 130 cars, 19 tracks at launch (w/ 27 variations), rally racing, a livery editor, 117 offline events, and more.

[Source: Official PlayStation Blog, GT Planet]


Our Take
There's no word so far about the beta that Polyphony's Kazunori Yamauchi announced when the game was first unveiled last fall, but we're interested to get our hands on it. – The Feed

Yo-Kai Watch 2 Comes To U.S. This Fall

The Yo-Kai Watch phenomenon rolls on this fall with the release of Yo-Kai Watch 2 for the 3DS.

The game comes out on September 30 (developed by Level 5 once again), and features new areas outside of Springdale, over 100 new Yo-kai, time travel, and more!

There are two versions of the title – Bony Spirits and Fleshy Souls – and each one has their own respective rare Yo-kai.

Also on tap for the franchise this fall is a replica of Nate's watch, a trading-card game, toys, and other accessories.

[Source: Nintendo]


Our Take
What do you think of splitting the game into two releases á la Pokémon? – The Feed

Captain America: Civil War Comes To Marvel Heroes

Marvel is getting quite savvy about tying its movies and television shows to video games featuring its characters. Gazillion’s Marvel Heroes has been there for the recent movie launches, and today the game is getting a dose of Captain America: Civil War additions.

Cap and Iron Man are getting new costumes, Crossbones is launching an attack on the country of Madripoor, and there are two themed mystery boxes that could nab you Captain America and Iron Man team-up heroes. Later this month, eight additional characters are getting movie costumes. They are:

  • Ant-Man
  • Black Panther
  • Black Widow
  • Hawkeye
  • Scarlet Witch
  • Spider-Man
  • War Machine
  • Winter Soldier

Agent 13 and Falcon (with Redwing drone) are joining the team-up hero roster. There’s also a new gameplay scenario that asks you to pick a side and fight the opposing heroes. 

Marvel Heroes is available free-to-play via Gazillion's site or on Steam. – The Feed

Rumor: Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Comes With Campaign And Multiplayer

Another day means another Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare leak. This time, we’re getting a look at what appears to be a Canadian poster detailing more of how you’ll be able to get the Modern Warfare remaster.

According to an advertising poster, the game will be out on November 4, 2016 (Canadians use the day/month/year format). The standard version of the game will be $ 79.99 CDN ($ 59.99 USD). 

If you want to get it with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, you’ll need to pony up for the legacy edition. That’s priced at $ 109.99 CDN, which will probably put it at $ 79.99 USD.

The remaster of Infinity Ward’s 2007 series entry will come with a campaign and 10 multiplayer maps. There’s no word yet if it will be sold separately at launch or later on.

We’ve reached out to Activision (again) for comment. We’ll update should we receive a response.

[Source: Reddit]


Our Take
Given that Canada uses the ESRB, the day/month date format, and the pricing fits that country, this looks fairly compelling. We suggest exercising some caution though, because if this is real (which we cannot verify), it likely does not tell the whole story. With this many leaks though, we suspect Activision will show its hand soon. – The Feed

The Binding Of Isaac’s Afterbirth DLC Comes To Current-Gen Consoles In May

Dry your tears, Binding of Isaac fans. The Afterbirth DLC that released in October for PC is coming to current-gen consoles.

Nicalis announced today that the add-on, which features approximately 100 additional hours of play, more than 1,000 new rooms, and a variety of items, is coming in just a few weeks. The Afterbirth DLC also includes a new Greed mode, final boss, daily challenges, and online leaderboards.

It’ll arrive on May 10 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. You can grab it on PC now or consoles in a couple of weeks for $ 10.99. – The Feed

Romance Of The Three Kingdoms XIII Comes West After Eight Years

The Romance of the Three Kingdoms series is getting a new entry after nearly a decade since its last Western release. Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII will be coming to North America this summer as a celebration of the series' 30th anniversary.

The game will be a return to the tactical strategy, political drama and historical settings that the series is known for. Players can once again assume the role of one of China's greatest warlords from the second century, or create their own character to climb toward leadership as the Han Dynasty collapses. Watch the announcement trailer and take a look at the first screenshots below.

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Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII will offer a wide variety of options for conflict resolution between the warring factions of ancient China. Armies can be built from a large selection of foot soldiers, cavalry, artillery, and naval units. On the other hand, the game now has a particular consideration for diplomacy and personal relationships, which is designed to "give the player an extra incentive to build a stable and loyal network of friends and allies."

The game's Campaign mode will be like a classic strategy title, with players choosing a starting year and customizing the board. The Hero mode will include an in-depth tutorial for the game's extensive systems while closely following and highlighting the historical events that inspired it.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII will launch on PlayStation 4 and PC on July 5. – The Feed

Uncharted 4 Development Comes To A Finish

It's been a long haul with many delays, but Uncharted 4: A Thief's End has officially gone gold, meaning the game has reached the end of development and is headed to manufacturing.

The news comes in the form of tweets, from both Naughty Dog and Neil Druckmann, writer and director of Uncharted 4 and The Last of Us.

BitSummit, Japan’s indie event, comes back to Kyoto in July

The popular event launches its fourth iteration this summer; last year, the event attracted over 80 titles and speakers from around the globe. …

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