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Telltale Games bringing us a new series this summer

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Telltales Games have been offering episodic stories for quite sometime now, seeing success with games like Back to the Future and the Wallace and Gromit series. Following up those successes, Telltale Games then brought us their best work to date in The Walking Dead Season 1, forcing people to make moral decisions that will effect different aspects of the game, from trust to who may live.

With the success of The Walking Dead, Telltale Games has taken everything they have learned, from how people think, to how they will react, and have incorporated it all into their upcoming release The Wolf Among Us. This new episodic game is based off of the DC/Vertigo comic series Fables, which is about fairy tale characters who have been kicked out of their world and now live among the normal world in secret. The new series is actually a prequel to the comic book series; you play as Bigby Wolf, formally known as the Big Bad Wolf.

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Sanctum 2 teaser trailer released

Sanctum 2, the sequel to the popular FPS tower defence hybrid has received an official teaser trailer below. Swedish independent developer Coffee Stain Studios aims to improve on every aspect of the original which has also meant developing a new engine from the ground up and taking on all the feedback fans of the original have provided.

Check out the trailer, screenshots and concept art below. Sanctum 2 releases this year on PSN, XBLA and PC.

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New characters and level in PlayStation All-Stars

The battle continues in Sony’s premiere brawler from former partner developer Superbot Entertainment, PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale with a new level and new characters. Read the rest of this entry »

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Obscure coming to PSN spring 2013

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From independent development team Mighty Rocket Studio comes a revival of a property that no one asked for. I guess  it really lives up to it’s name then, Obscure. Partnering up with Focus Home Interactive, the veteran developers at Mighty Rocket Studio are bringing a new take to the survival horror IP in the form of a riveting and rambunctious 2.5D action sidescroller set to release on the PlayStation Network in the spring of this year.

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Fight on the go in Dead or Alive Plus

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Tecmo Koei released Dead or Alive 5 on the PlayStation 3 back in September of last year to decent reception from both critics and fans. Shortly after the release Team Ninja–the developers–promised that a portable version for PS Vita was in the works. Since then, not much has been heard about the mobile version except we could expect it to hit shelves (retail and digital) around March of this year. Recently Tecmo Koei community manager Chin Soon Sun, made a blog post all about the new features and functionality that you can expect from this new portable fighter.

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Dead or Alive 5+ will be part of the new cross-play system, allowing players from either system (PlayStation 3, PS Vita) to fight. That’s not all, the cross-play also allows you to transfer your saves between the two systems, letting you to share your saved game and DLC, so you can continue your game no matter where you are. A new feature that has been designed specifically for the Vita is the new touch controls and vertical views. These allow you to get a close up view of the fight, allowing you to use just the touch screen in order to fight your opponent, causing different moves and reactions depending on what you and where you touch.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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Monday Look Back #6: November 26

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Time for the Monday Look Back, where we bring you all the news we missed last week and links to everything we didn’t — just in case you did.

Here is what we missed:

There is plenty to be thankful for last week. UFO Interactive releases Eliminage Original for the PSP (PS Vita compatible), a dungeon delve previously unavailable outside of Japan. Sony announced that it has surpassed 70 million PS3 sold and 15 million PlayStation Move controllers. While European PS Vita PlayStation Plus subscribers received access to Chronovolt, the “steampunk puzzle platformer,” North America subscribers are left waiting. Deep Silver showcases its action brawler, Sacred Citadel, by flexing the muscles of one of three playable characters, the Safiri Warrior. Zen Studios brings the Marvel “Civil War” to its pinball franchise. H.P. Lovecraft gets a tech make-over in Magrunner. Battle on the Martian planet in the Spiders Games’ action RPG, Mars: War Logs. Take a break from playing Sine Mora to learn how to build LEGO replica models of Sine Mora ships.

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Monday Look Back #5: November 19

Time for the Monday Look Back, where we bring you all the news we missed last week and links to everything we didn’t — just in case you did.

This past week LEGO Lord of the Rings hit digital shelves and brought along with it a new trailer. We learn that Derrick the Deathfin may have cost more to create then it will ever make from sales. Sony also release top PSN sales for October with The Walking Dead snatching up three spots on the list, proving that point and click adventures aren’t dead yet.

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New screenshots for Karateka remake

Jordan Mechner‘s legendary Karateka had its remake released on XBLA this week. The PSN release has been announced, but the date for that is not yet known.

Karateka is an HD Remake of a similarly titled, critically lauded 1984 game. As described by Mechner, it’s a story based game, with fighting as the main gameplay mechanic. The new version intends to stay true to the feel of the original, telling the story of the main character saving Princess Mariko from the clutches of evil Akuma, without any dialogue.

The basic idea remains as simple as ever: the player proceeds from one enemy to the next in a linear path with no deviations. The gameplay has been modernized, making the fighting more rhythm based. Old fashioned, frustrating mechanics (like one-shot deaths, forcing the player to start over) have been reimagined. If the player should fail, they get to try again with a different character. The game can be finished with any of the three characters, but the ultimate goal is to reunite the first, “true love” with Princess Mariko, adding to the replay value.

To whet your appetite, check out the newly released screenshots below, and see how the new style compares to the classic game.

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Monday Flashback #4: November 5

More PS2 classics are discovered on the ESRB website, sparking hopes for even more classics from the GTA series. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons gets a few new screenshots, while The Pinball Arcade announces two new tables, updates their release schedule and shows off two new gameplay videos. an we get a powerful showing in the new “Power Ups” trailer for Dollar Dash from Kalypso.

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BreakQuest: Extra Evolution soundtrack available for sale

The team behind BreakQuest: Extra Evolution has announced that the soundtrack for the game is now available for purchase on BandCamp for just $2.99. The release is jam packed with 34 music tracks, carefully created by the SandS Band (Russia) to perfectly fit BreakQuest: Extra Evolution and give player a one-of-a-kind audio-visual experience. The music encompasses many modern styles, from retro-style chiptunes to easy listening, from lounge to psy trance.

If you want to check out the soundtrack got to THIS link. Also, if you’re interested in knowing more about BreakQuest: Extra Evolution, you can check out the video above, the image gallery that’s been posted below, or check out our review HERE. We quite enjoyed it.

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