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Bullet Hell Infinite is developer Nicolas Bevillard's mobile shooter inspired by classics of the '90s. It's out on iOS right now.
It's a 2D open world platformer inspired by, especially, Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke.
Summon demon-cursed minotaurs, wield demonic strength, and explore the demon lairs of the Fearscape.
8-bit dark fantasy action platformer Odallus is now up for pre-orders.
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According to Adversary, Red Cobra combines 360 degrees shooting, with environmental and boss puzzles, as well as Metroidvania-style exploration.
The third installment of Dragon Age can be pre-ordered for up to 20% off, plus bunch of "Halloween" deals are now available.
Square Enix got some developers to go mountain-climbing to get a better understanding of what it’s like to actually be on a mountain at higher elevations.
The Evil Within sold 124,244 copies across PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in Japan, but the PS3 version actually performed more in line with expectations.
Chinese indie studio Yushi Games has brought the fast-paced sword slashing action of character action games to iOS with Ghost Blade.
In the tech demo, Square Enix basically took parts of the trailer that was shown at Tokyo Game Show last month, and gave it a different look, showing the technical aspects behind it.
It looks like Dark Souls reimagined in the Hyper Light Drifter universe.
Comcept have shared a few more details about their planned “potential DLC” for Mighty No. 9, which they teased a few weeks back.
After the last few line-up changes, my interest in AKB48 really took a nose dive. Once the ladies who I grew to love moved on, my interest in the super ground slowly dropped off. Well, to my surprise, the AKB48 sub group, AKB48 Team Surprise has resurfaced.
The line-up was originally put together to promote the team's Pachinko game, and as far as I knew, it faded away. As you can see they are back, and they are packing serious fire power by bringing along my favorite former AKB48 member, Mariko Shinoda. I don't actually know what the arrangement is, but I do know I enjoy Saigo ni Ice Milk wo Nonda no wa Itsudarou? (Bara no Gishiki.)
Whew, that is a long title! It is a very sweet ballad though, and I hope we see more of Miss Shinoda in the future.
Director Hajime Tabata made an appearance at the Paris Game Festival in France, to show off some more footage of Final Fantasy XV.
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