Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends Of The Titan will release in Europe this summer, NIS America announced today. The pretty yet hardcore dungeon-crawler is yet another strong localised title that's hitting Europe in 2013, joined by the likes of Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Project X Zone, Code Of Princess and more. 3DS owners are going to be in for one heck of a year.
UPDATE: Following the earlier story courtesy of Gematsu, we've just received confirmation from NIS America, along with some new screenshots and details. Check it out after the break.Click here to read more...
Square Enix have released the first trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution's Wii U director's cut, which shows off some of the new features and graphical improvements in action. You can read more about the definitive port job here, ahead of its launch later this year.
Developer Straight Right recently confirmed that the new content and upgrades won't make it to other platforms, but will it sell? We'll find out soon enough.Click here to read more...
tehwabbit at Hot UK Deals has spotted an exciting way to nab the fiercely mediocre Sniper: Ghost Warrior for a fiercely impressive price, but it requires a little bit of faffing about. You'll need to create an Alienware Arena account to grab a 90% off coupon that's redeemable on Steam, so to avoid any confusion, I've included all the prerequisite steps and links below.
It's likely that stocks are limited, though the voucher lasts for several weeks.
Paradox Interactive deals tend to get thrown around digital retailers like a hot potato, and A Game Of Dwarves has currently ended up with GamersGate. This relatively entertaining dig'em up sometimes feels like Dungeon Keeper Lite, but several issues with AI and pacing stop it from measuring up to genre classics.
Note that you can save an extra 5% with voucher code 'elder-geek.com'.
UPDATE: davidpanik reminds us that you can get it for a similar price alongside extra games on Indie Gala for the next two hours.
Port specialists Straight Right have confirmed that the retooled boss battles and extra features promised by Deus Ex: Human Revolution's Director's Cut won't make their way to other platforms.Click here to read more...
After receiving a complaint about misleading and unrepresentative trailers for Aliens: Colonial Marines, the Advertising Standards Authority has insisted that SEGA runs disclaimers going forward.Click here to read more...
Since Microsoft are still remaining tight-lipped about their next-gen console, it's time for yet another 'anonymous sources' rumour! This latest report comes courtesy of Kotaku, who claim that the next Xbox controller will be broadly identical to the Xbox 360 version with no new inputs or features.
Though it might be "a little smaller."Click here to read more...
Epic Games have been quick to jump on the PS4 train with Unreal Engine 4, suggesting that Sony's new console is akin to the "world's best PC."
Easy now, fellow PC gamers. Easy. Let's hear him out first.Click here to read more...
Just a quickie: Intelligent Systems would be interested in creating another Advance Wars handheld strategy game. “Whether it’s Fire Emblem or the Advance Wars, we never want to put an end to any series we’re involved with," project manager Masahiro Higuchi wrote in a developer interview on the official site. "We always want to make games that provide a lot of fun to gamers, so if we have the chance, we’d certainly like to make another [Advance Wars] title.”
This is music to our ears, especially considering that their latest title - Fire Emblem Awakening - is utterly magnificent. I'm currently working on a review ahead of the April 19th EU release date.
BioShock Infinite will receive a companion board game tie-in that lets 2-4 players vie for control of the floating city of Columbia, and explore the backstory behind the Vox Populi uprising.
Note that the following contains very, very, very minor spoilers.Click here to read more...
Microsoft still haven't officially announced the Xbox 360's successor, but Gamestop reckon that it's a seriously impressive piece of kit. The major retailer is convinced that traditional retail will still have an important role to play in the next console generation, but also believes that publishers would like to see RRPs rise to absorb increasing AAA development costs.Click here to read more...
Torment: Tides Of Numenera's Kickstarter campaign has been so successful that inXile are already behind their estimated schedule due to the massive number of stretch goals.
However, to tide you over, they've also released the first screenshot, depicting a glistening semi-sentient environment that's a character in its own right.Click here to read more...
Gears Of War: Judgment has been expanded by a new free DLC pack that bolts on an extra map and gametype. Not to mention a slew of fixes.Click here to read more...
IndieGameStand's latest promotion features addictive side-scrolling strategic card game The Trouble With Robots, which can be yours for any amount of money ($0.25 minimum, $1 minimum if you want to redeem it on GOG, Desura or Steam if and when they become available). It's worth £9.99 on Get Games or £6.99 on GamersGate, so I'll let you guys decide how much you're willing to give the hard-working indie developers.
We frequently see this 8/10 arcade aerial racing game hit rock bottom prices, but Green Man Gaming have upped the ante by throwing in the entire DLC smorgasbord too. It's well worth checking out if you fancy the idea of going up tiddly up up and down tiddly down down in a flying machine. Not unlike some sort of magnificent man.
If you didn't already grab Hard Reset in the Indie Royale Chosen Bundle last month, Green Man Gaming are currently running a midweek deal. This outrageously visceral shooter, created by a host of Painkiller and The Witcher developers, is a brutal old-school experience with an exceptionally stable bespoke engine to match. The story isn't up to much, mind, but that's not really why we're here. Note that this should automatically include the extended DLC when you redeem on Steam, which adds extra missions and a proper ending.
Gamestop's hilarious misprice has practically ruined Far Cry 3 deals for us now, but if you didn't pick it up for a fiver (along with all of its predecessors to boot), Green Man Gaming are currently the cheapest on the market. You're probably well aware that it's one of the best games of 2013, and quite possibly the best shooter, so this is still a bit of a bargain.
Thanks and credit to pmorris at Hot UK Deals.
This week's Humble Sale lets you pay whatever you want for some incredibly authentic WW2 shooters. Both Red Orchestra and its sequel can be tough to get into at first (be aware that the multiplayer community is already lethally proficient), but deliver tense and rewarding gameplay for FPS veterans.
If you beat the average - currently a paltry £1.93 - you'll also get Killing Floor, its eleven DLC packs and the soundtrack.
AI War: Fleet Command is a space RTS with challenging adaptive AI and a huge selection of spaceships with which to do battle, bolstered by a wealth of DLC. The 2.5D graphics are extremely capable, though the experience is much more fun with other human space cadets to battle against (hint: the titular AI will smash your fleets into dust and laugh in your face).
Note that you can pick up the latest DLC pack, Ancient Shadows, for a discounted £1 - and save a little extra by plugging in voucher code "elder-geek.com" (without brackets).
Platform: Nintendo 3DS (eShop, £12.99)
Developer: Game Freak
Game Freak have developed a new IP.
It's actually a fairly big deal. Nintendo's first-party studio haven't made anything not Pokemon-related since Mario & Yoshi in 1991 (unless you count Drill Dozer, which never released in the UK), and have never attempted a downloadable title before, making HarmoKnight a bit of an anomaly to say the least.
But here it is: an eShop rhythm game where a young lad and his rabbit pal need to save a colourful musical world from ravening evil Noizoids. By smacking them in the face with a great big quaver. The premise is as gleefully daft as you'd expect from a studio who've spent years glossing over small children leaving home and engaging in brutal animal-on-animal cage fights, but it's also as fun and polished as Game Freak's pedigree suggests.
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