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Cartoon Network Announces Steven Universe RPG For Consoles

Cartoon Network is expanding its video game efforts (as evidenced by its earlier announcement of this new video game TV show collaboration), and part of those efforts extend into the announcement of a new Steven Universe RPG called Save the Light.

The game is a sequel to the mobile game Attack the Light and will feature a story from the mind of the show's creator, Rebecca Sugar. It is planned for release on consoles this year, though Cartoon Network refrained from revealing which consoles in particular.

You can check out some additional screens from the game below.


Our Take
I've recently started getting into the show in a big way, and am happy about the prospect of an RPG based on the show that isn't for my phone. – The Feed

The Mummy Trailer Shows Off Universal’s New Shared Cinematic Universe

A new trailer and behind-the-scenes video have appeared online, giving monster movie fans their first in-depth look at The Mummy. The movie is a reimagining of the classic The Mummy film from 1932, now set in modern day, and mixing action/adventure and horror elements. The movie is the first of a planned set of interconnected movies, in which Universal is relaunching many of its familiar monster franchises, including characters like the Invisible Man, the Wolf Man, Van Helsing, and Bride of Frankenstein. 

The new film is helmed by Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan. Sean Daniel is also producing, who was involved in the most recent trilogy of Mummy movies. The new movie stars Tom Cruise, Sofia Boutella, Annabelle Wallis, Russell Crowe, Jake Johnson, and Courtney B. Vance. 

Check out the trailer and featurette below to get a sense of where Universal is aiming with this new connected universe. 


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Inside Look Featurette

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Street Fighter V Season 2 Will Bring Five Original Characters To The Street Fighter Universe

Before the Grand Finals of this year's Capcom Cup, Capcom detailed their plans for their near-future plans for the future of Street Fighter V.

First, they announced that Akuma is the start of the Season 2 lineup, the Season Pass for which will be available on December 20. The other five characters, Capcom revealed will be all-new to the Street Fighter universe. This could mean, of course, that characters from Street Fighter V's story mode could enter the ring, such as Ed, a new character currently under Balrog's wing.

Capcom also announced that the game would receive a balance update after Capcom Cup, the details of which will be available on the Capcom Unity blog tomorrow morning.


Our Take
I'm really surprised that we're getting five brand-new characters in the Street Fighter universe next year. Consider the game is currently got a bit of a reputation of alienating some of its fans, I would have expected a slew of characters from older games, like Sagat or Sakura. Here's hoping they're good! – The Feed

Obduction let Cyan experiment with VR in a non-Myst universe

Obduction, which is out today, is Cyan’s first game in 25 years that isn’t set in the Myst universe. We talked to Rand Miller about world building, puzzle crafting, and designing for VR. …

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65daysofstatic’s No Man’s Sky: Music For An Infinite Universe Soundtrack Available Now

We’re just a few days away from beginning our adventure through Hello Games’ space epic, No Man’s Sky. If you’re eager to take off and explore the universe, you might want to tide yourself over with the sounds of space.

65daysofstatic’s No Man's Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe soundtrack is available now for purchase and streaming. You can grab the 16-track album digitally or on double CD. You can also purchase a vinyl double album featuring 10 tracks (comes with 16-track digital version).

A deluxe vinyl version with four LPs featuring all sixteen tracks will be out in September. You can purchase or stream from the following storefronts:

Apple Music 
Laced Records

No Man’s Sky will be out on August 9 for PlayStation 4 and PC. – The Feed

New Trailer Shows Off All The Different Properties In The Final Fantasy XV Universe

Fans will be able to sink a lot of hours into the Final Fantasy XV universe, as Square Enix is releasing a mobile game, a movie, and an animated show based around the property. A new trailer, released today, serves as a reminder that there will be more media than just the core game.

Aside from the main Final Fantasy XV RPG, fans will be able to play the upcoming Justice Monsters Five, a pseudo-pinball game. There is also Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, a parallel story to Final Fantasy XV, which will fill in what's happening in the kingdom of Lucis while game protagonist Noctis is on his road trip. That road trip will also be featured in the animated series, Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV, which debuted in March and is a prequel to the events of the main game. Make sure to read our impressions of the series, thus far. 

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For more on Final Fantasy XV, make sure to check out our exclusive coverage from our May 2016 issue at the hub below. – The Feed

Clueless Gamer: Overwatch Outtakes Discuss Conan As A ‘Matronly Wet Nurse’ In Game Of Thrones Universe

A couple of weeks ago, Conan O’Brian had Peter Dinklage and Lena Headey from Game of Thrones on his Clueless Gamer video segment to play a little Overwatch. This certainly led to some clueless gameplay, but mostly consisted of arranging a team of the “woman with the shiny butt” (i.e. Widowmaker) and admiring said posteriors.

Some outtakes of the shoot were recently released, wherein a thoroughly creative discussion revolved around the character type Conan would assume if he were to join the world of Westeros – that being a “matronly wet nurse.” Check out how they arrived to this conclusion below.

Past segments of Clueless gamer include Lil Wayne and Tony Hawk playing Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5, and some Mario Kart 8 with Seth Rogen and Zac Efron. We even interviewed Clueless Gamer’s co-host Aaron Bleyaert in an April Game Informer Show episode where he shared his top five video games of all time – The Feed

Titan Publishing Announces New Books and Comics Set in the Dishonored Universe

Players can return to the twisted city of Dunwall this November, when Dishonored 2 launches. For those eager to get a taste of the story beforehand, a number of books are on the way from Titan Publishing to set the stage.

A four-part limited comic series has been announced that will being in August 2016 and run through October, leading up to the launch of Dishonored 2. In November, the entire series will be collected together in one graphic novel.

The story will follow Corvo Attano twelve years after the events of the original game and serve to tie-in to the sequel, as Corvo looks for a new apprentice. Gordon Rennie will write each installment of the series for Titan Comics with art from Andrea Olimperi and Marcelo Maiolo.

If that’s not enough story for you, or if you are not a comic reader, a novel titled Dishonored: The Corroded Man is set to release in September, written by Adam Christopher. The book follows Corvo Attano and Emily Kaldwin after the events of the first game and bridges the time period to the second title.

The Corroded Man is the first in a planned trilogy, with later installments coming in 2017. Check out the cover art for the comic book series and be sure to visit the hub for our Dishonored 2 cover story by clicking on the banner below. – The Feed

Legends Of Tomorrow’s Brandon Routh Plays DC Universe Online

In conjunction with the Legends of Tomorrow season finale tonight, Brandon Routh sat down to play DC Universe Online alongside Daybreak Games' executive creative director Jens Andersen.

DC Universe Online recently hit Xbox One, so there is still some life left in Daybreak Games' super hero MMO. Brandon Routh has played both The Atom and Superman, so he seems pretty qualified to comment on the game's recent Legends of Tomorrow content.

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DC Universe Online Is Available Now On Xbox One

Earlier this year, developer Daybreak Game Company announced that DC Universe Online, its free-to-play MMO, would be coming to Xbox One. Now we know the exact release date: Today.

As you might guess from the game's title, it casts players as super-powered characters from the DC Comics universe and tosses them together.  Xbox One owners with Xbox Gold memberships can download and play DCUO for free. In addition, three free items exclusive to Xbox One are also available to download: a powered-up cape, powered-up emblem, and a vapor aura.

DC Universe Online is already available on PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3.


Our Take
On one hand, this game has been around for a long time (it originally released in 2011) , so it might be tough to get too excited about the new platform. However, in that time, the developer (formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment) has been adding new powers and scenarios to expand the experience, so jumping in now means that you're essentially seeing the game in its best shape yet. – The Feed