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New Trailer Shows Bound By Flame’s Combat In Action

The latest trailer for the upcoming previous- and current-gen fantasy action game, Bound by Flame, shows its combat in action.

You can check out the trailer below with shows combat from the PlayStation 4 version of the game. It has a bit of a Dark Souls flare to it, and previously the game's project manager, Walid Miled, did say the game's combat is intentionally difficult calling it, "no walk in the park." You'll see assorted weapons and combat stances in the video, as well as a little bit of stealth.

Bound by Flame is heading to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 on May 8. For more on the game, check out its original announcement here, as well as more details and its previous trailer here.

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Oddworld New ‘N’ Tasty gameplay video shows Abe’s return Oddysee

Oddworld: Abe’s Oddyssey for the original PlayStation is getting a fresh coat of paint – and new window curtains, and fresh carpet, and a redone kitchen, and okay we’re gonna stop here. Point is, it’s getting a serious overhaul with the upcoming…
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Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty shows off new gameplay footage as we eagerly await its impending release

Oddworld Inhabitants Inc. has just released gameplay footage of their upcoming remake of the original Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee, Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty (greatest title ever). The footage shows off the title’s dynamic lighting, organic animation, special effects, and 1080p visuals, so take a gander:

Holy crap, that looks incredible! Sounds fantastic, too. Stewart Gilray, CEO at developer Just Add Water, is ecstatic over this astonishing title, saying:

“This really is taking the game above and beyond what we thought would be possible. We’re so excited to finally show what we’ve been working so hard to produce.”

There are some pictures of New ‘n’ Tasty below, but to really get how nice it looks, watch the video. The title is coming soon to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation VITA with PC, Wii U, Mac, and Linux versions to follow shortly thereafter. Since Oddworld creator Lorne Lanning is the creative director behind this and the game promises to expand on the much-loved classic in every way possible, I can’t wait to get my hands on it (that and I never played any Oddworld games). Check out more info on everything Oddwolrd here. Anyone looking forward to more Abe?!



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Chroma Squad trailer shows mighty-morphin gameplay

If you miss after-school action shows, you can manage your own series in Chroma Squad, an upcoming tactical strategy game for PC, Mac and Linux. This mock set of Japanese commercials details the gameplay behind making a show, sans killer guitar…
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Judith Trailer Shows Off Enemy Versatility In Abyss Odyssey

We previously wrote about how players can possess and control enemies in Abyss Odyssey. Today Atlus released a trailer titled Know Your Enemy that goes through the moveset and combos for a foe known as Judith.

Abyss Odyssey is an action platformer that treats combat as a key element, much like a fighting game. In a blog post accompanying the trailer, written by co-lead designer Carlos Bordeu, Bordeu talks about how the mechanics will be more comparable to the Super Smash Bros. franchise, rather than games like Street Fighter. Bordeu also notes that repeating the same attack can’t be used to juggle an opponent indefinitely.

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“This cannot be accomplished because of a simple rule of the game's combo system: Every time you repeat a same attack within a combo, the attack carries a decreased upwards momentum,” Bordeu said. “In other words: The more you repeat an attack in your combo, the less it pushes upwards, making it more and more difficult to continue the combo. We feel this was an excellent way of balancing juggles and making a system that forces people to use a diversity of attacks creatively in order to get the most impressive combos.”

The trailer is set in the practice room for Abyss Odyssey, which lets you hone your skills against a dummy with any character you’ve unlocked. The blog post also reveals that more videos showing off different characters will be released as the game nears completion.

Abyss Odyssey being developed by ACE Team and is set to release sometime in 2014 on PC through Steam, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. – The Feed

“The Summoner’s Journey” launch trailer shows off the HD graphics and summons of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster

Square Enix has just released a launch trailer for Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster. Entitled “The Summoner’s Journey,” it showcases how the graphics for Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 have been improved, as well as illustrate how awesome and devastating the various Aeons and their Overdrives are.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster will release on March 18th for the PlayStation Vita and PS3. Anyone feeling nostalgic to return to Spira? I wasn’t too big on X-2, but watching this trailer reminded me that X has this badass:

So, it seems my hands are tied!

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Video Shows Canceled 2010 Crash Team Racing Game In Action

A video along with a handful of details have appeared online showcasing a canceled Crash Team Racing reboot that was in development in 2010.

Crash Bandicoot fan site Crash Mania posted the video online you see below. The game was originally being developed in tandem with another canceled Crash Bandicoot game, Crash Landed. The two were supposed to be follow-ups to 2008's Crash: Mind Over Mutant.

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The build of the game shown in the video features four characters, one race track, and shows off the ability to customize your kart with different animal-themed engines and wheels. The characters also appear to have distinct powers, like the shark's ability to snap people off the track in its jaws and Polar the polar bear's ability to ride a gigantic snow ball on the track. You can find more details on Crash Mania.

The Crash Bandicoot name is still owned by Activision. Activision clarified its ownership last year when rumors surfaced that the franchise may have been sold to Sony. When asked about the future of Crash Bandicoot, a representative from Activision said, "We continue to explore ways in which we could bring the beloved series back to life.”

[Source: Crash Mania, via Reddit]


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It's hard to say how fun a game is without playing it, but this Crash Team Racing game looks interesting. Seeing the shark attack another racer on the track was a surprise, and the animal-themed wheels and customizations are cool. It's disappointing to hear the game was canceled. There's a big demand for a new Crash entry and I hope Activision recognizes it. – The Feed

Infamous: Second Son live-action trailer shows a misunderstood artist

While this live-action ad for Infamous: Second Son is pretty cool, we think there may be a secret reveal going on here. Does Delsin have superhuman graffiti skills? How else do you explain spraying up a whole base of SWAT-like guys with armored…
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The Order: 1886 dev video shows knights of the revolving chamber

The Order: 1886 may take place in Victorian-era London, but as developer Ready at Dawn reveals in this behind-the-scenes video, its in-game history traces back to the age of King Arthur. The characters in The Order wield lightning-rifles instead of…
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Debut Trailer For Demon Gaze Shows Off Cast Of Characters

Demon Gaze is a new RPG for the Vita that should satisfy anyone with an itch for old school dungeon crawlers. The debut trailer does not reveal much about the gameplay, but judging from the screenshots this looks to be a no-nonsense RPG dungeon crawler of yesteryear, with a whimsical fantasy storyline to go along with it.

The main character is Oz, who awakens to find himself in Misred—a cursed land at the world's western frontier—with a dark shroud covering the memories of his past. The land before him contains many labyrinths that hold both treasure and danger in equal volumes. Oz, as any adventurer with amnesia should, decides to take up arms in order to hunt down artifacts and work together with the new characters he meets. He is a “Demon Gazer,” which is a mystery as of now to what that implies.

The new trailer shows off a wealth of the characters in the game, and also promises character creation, though it is not specified how that will be implemented yet. Demon Gaze will not be out until early 2014, so look for more information as it gets closer to release. 

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