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Report: Dragon Quest XI To Be Announced Tomorrow

Square Enix seems set to announced the next title in the long-running Dragon Quest series. A logo for Dragon Quest XI has appeared on the company’s website.

The image was uncovered by Gematsu, that also reports that a publisher presentation will also include Dragon Quest Heroes II. The event will also likely include a number of other titles in the franchise, including Monster Battle Scanner, Dragon Quest of the Stars, and Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King for 3DS.

While these are all announcements for the Japanese market, some might make their way to Western shores. We’re lagging behind on the Dragon Quest Heroes series, as the first one isn’t scheduled for arrival here until October 13.

We’ll keep an eye on the announcements and share any relevant information.

[Source: Gematsu, Pictured: Dragon Quest Heroes]


Our Take
With Square Enix moving almost the entire Dragon Quest library to iOS (and giving the franchise a new audience), the time is right for a new entry. The adorable slimes of Square Enix’s decades old franchise will likely look quite nice on current generation hardware. – The Feed

Pokémon Creator’s Elephant-Themed Action Platformer Stampedes Onto Consoles Tomorrow

Pokémon creators Game Freak and Sega are set to unleash a commando elephant on the unsuspecting public.

This colorful, SNES style action platformer puts players in the role of a militarized pachyderm who joins a human war at the behest of his former colonel, whose hometown is being invaded. With the ability to stampede through anything in his path, crush foes with a powerful butt stomp, and fire water from his snout as a ranged attack, Tembo turns the tide of the war through 18 levels. Check out the launch trailer here:

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You can also watch Kyle, Tim, and Reiner play the game on a recent Test Chamber. Tembo the Badass Elephant is available tomorrow on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC for $ 14.99. – The Feed

PlayStation Mobile ends forever tomorrow – Here are the games to buy today

“PlayStation Mobile was a great experiment from Sony, democratizing publishing on console (specifically Vita). Unfortunately, the experiment is shutting down on Wednesday the 15th.” …

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Splatoon Gets A New, Free Game Mode Tomorrow Called Tower Control

Yes, Splatoon is getting even more free content tomorrow. We do have one question, though. Why didn’t Nintendo promote the game by talking about its plans to expand it for free a la The Witcher 3?

Regardless of the promotional strategy, things have been good for Splatoon fans. There have been a heap of new weapons, and tomorrow we get a completely new mode.

Tower Control is a race to control a moving edifice in the center of the map. As players climb aboard, it will move toward the opposing end of the map. Of course, being on the tower makes you a target, so your team will need to rally to assist.

This weekend also marks the first Splatfest in the Americas. Players are asked to choose an allegiance (this time its Cats versus Dogs), fight for their cause, and earn Super Sea Snails to level up gear. 

You can pick a side now and get a special t-shirt representing your choice. The side that wins the Splatfest will walk away with extra Super Sea Snails.

Tower Control opens up tomorrow, July 1, at 7 p.m. Pacific / 10 p.m. Eastern. The Splatfest runs all day July 4.

Correction: This story originally indicated the new mode arrives tonight, June 30. We've corrected the story to reflect the right date and apologize for the error. – The Feed

Neverwinter: Rise Of Tiamat Expansion Hits Xbox One Tomorrow Morning

Earlier this year, Perfect World’s free-to-play Dungeons & Dragons MMO Neverwinter released on Xbox One. Those who started this fantastical adventure will have a lot more content to sink their teeth into tomorrow morning.

Along with new quests and heroic encounters, the Rise of Tiamat update includes an onscreen mini-map, performance upgrades, adjustments to queuing, and a 25-player battle with the five-headed draconic goddess Tiamat.

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Our Take
Adam Biessener seemed to have fun when he played the original PC release of Neverwinter a few years ago, so this freebie doesn't seem like a bad deal. If you're bored and you have an Xbox One, this might be the solution for you. – The Feed

[Update] The Witcher 3 Update 1.05 Arrives On Consoles Tomorrow

Update: The next update for The Witcher 3 will be arriving tomorrow on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The news comes by way of community manager Marcin Momot on Twitter. Read on for details and info on the past two weeks of DLC.

Original Story:

The parade of free DLC for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt keeps on marching. We didn’t get a chance to cover last week’s drops, so we’ve got a double dose of add-ons to share with you.

If you haven’t picked up last week’s content, you can grab a new quest (Scavenger Hunt: Wolf School Gear) and an alternative look for Triss. This week, you can get another new quest (Contract: Skellige’s Most Wanted) and the Skellige Armor Set.

CD Projekt has also released a set of notes related to the upcoming 1.05 console patch. This list is notably shorter than previous updates:

  • Gold will no longer reset beyond 65535
  • Fixes lack of interaction with Roche on Oxenfurt Bridge in the quest 'Get Junior' 
  • Geralt's clothes will no longer be wet after leaving the menu
  • The gate in the crypt now works correctly during the quest 'Scavenger Hunt: Viper School Gear'
  • Fixes the endless loading screen when fighting the Ice Giant during the quest 'Lord of Undvik' 
  • Mutagen bonuses will now be saved properly. 
  • Potion of Clearance will no longer be automatically placed into the quick slot if player runs out of other edibles
  • Fixes issue where some skills were not removed properly by Potion of Clearance
  • Improves stability in gameplay and the UI

Community manager Marcin Momot says that the next update will be significantly larger. We’ll update once 1.05 is available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. – The Feed

Hatch Your Masterplan Tomorrow, But Watch This Training Video First

As unabashed fans of both heist movies and revenge stories, The Masterplan has our interest piqued. Add in a story penned by Tom Jubert (The Swapper, The Talos Principle) and we're definitely curious.

The Masterplan takes place in 1970s America, and you are tasked with assembling a team to stick up convenience stores, banks, art galleries, and more. You'll be able to plan the job however you want. You can be silent and get out without detection or make some noise and spill some blood.

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You'll want to arm your team, but you can choose lethal or less-lethal weapons. And even if you are packing serious heat, you can choose to stick up guards and take hostages so you don't have to leave casualties.

The Masterplan is out tomorrow, June 4, on PC, Mac, and Linux. For more, check out our previous coverage. – The Feed

Hitman: Sniper Is Available Tomorrow To Challenge Your Sniping Prowess

Square Enix announced that Hitman: Sniper will be available tomorrow on mobile (iOS and Android) and tablets.

The competitive sniping game has you taking on contracts, sniping down targets. Every situation has various ways to take down your opponents, giving you the option to explore different tactics to try and raise your score on the leaderboards.

Hitman: Sniper is free-to-play. In-app purchases are available for those who want to get upgrades faster, but these are optional. You can get the same perks and content by playing the game.

We took the game for a spin last year, and were pretty impressed. You can read our impressions here. – The Feed

Tanya Joins The Mortal Kombat X Roster Tomorrow For Kombat Pack Owners

The second of four announced Mortal Kombat X DLC fighters arrives tomorrow for Kombat Pack owners. Tanya, who players fought in the story mode, joins the roster.

The Tanya pack also includes classic costumes for Liu Kang, Kano, and Sonya Blade.  For those that are interested in purchasing her individually, you'll need to wait until June 9.  

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The pack will cost $ 7.99. Tanya will be sold separately for $ 4.99, and the Klassic Pack 1 (implying there will be more returning costumes) will run you $ 3.99. For more on the Kombat Pack ($ 29.99) and the characters included with it, check out our previous coverage.

You can also read our review of Mortal Kombat X. It's out now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 releases are also planned and scheduled for this summer. – The Feed

Disney Infinity 2.0 Comes To Vita Tomorrow With Symbiote Suit Spider-Man

Last December at PlayStation Experience, Disney announced it was bringing its toys-to-life game, Infinity, to the handheld scene. Tomorrow, that becomes a reality, as the starter kit arrives at retail.

Included in the starter is a rechargeable bluetooth base, the Spider-Man playset, the same toy box game discs that come with the console starters, and Spider-Man in his symbiote suit. You can use the black-clad Spidey in the console versions, and given the language that he’s “debuting” in the starter, he may be available for purchase later.

The base appears to have only two spots for items (compared to the console base, which two character spots and a playset/other slot). One of these is for a character (and circular discs). The other is for a playset or the hexagonal discs that add terrain, skies, and toys to the toy box. The bundle is priced at $ 59.99. 

For those looking for even more Disney Infinity information, check out our coverage hub. Disney Infinity 3.0 (introducing the Star Wars universe to the series) adorns the June 2015 cover.

[Source: PlayStation Blog]


Our Take
If this works smoothly, it would be a great way for kids to continue their toy box building on the go. That feature gets the most play in my house, and with my son’s adoration of Spider-Man in his symbiote suit, I need to make sure he doesn’t see this on the store shelves. – The Feed