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  1. If you liked playing hide and seek as a kid, then this game is the terrorized, fear induced version of that. Dead by Daylight puts five players into a junkyard in the woods, where one player is the killer and the rest are the survivors – that is, if they actually make it out alive. The four survivors must find and turn on five generators to open a door to let them out of this nightmare, all the while avoiding traps, sneaking around structures, and avoiding the capture of the killer. The killer has only one job: keep the survivors from escaping. I sat down to play this afternoon, and I felt like I was in a horror film. I tried the best I could to sneak through the grass, but the killer singled me out. I was dead and out of the game within the first two minutes, and I did not have the option to respawn. I tried one more time as a survivor, determined to make it out alive, but I think you can guess what happened. What makes this game so unique is that the survivors are not allowed to talk to each other, or use any weapons to defend themselves. Their best asset is to walk slowly through the woods and not make any sound. Though you may think that playing the lone wolf card might make you a hero, it is absolutely necessary to work as a team in order to escape. You will have to rely on your fellow survivors to help you break out of traps and rebuild the generators. Dead by Daylight is available now on Steam.
  2. A mix between Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, and Star Trek, The Mandate takes inspiration from major sci-fi staples for its fantastic space setting. Command a star fleet and explore the universe as the captain of humanity, finally living the dream of getting to hear, "captain on the bridge!" in the upcoming indie title from Perihelion Interactive. In The Mandate, you're only as strong as your crew. Players will need to pick their officers wisely to oversee their ships. However, officers aren't the only thing that players will need to carefully choose from three different ships and their subsequent upgrades in order to survive. Taking down enemy ships between the stars of the Milky Way nets players valuable cargo, which you can drop off at the home base for later use. The Mandate releases early next year for PC. King Art Games' The Dwarves is a tactical fantasy game based on the book The Dwarves by German fantasy author Markus Heitz. Players battle as their favorite Dwarven characters following the storyline from The Dwarves, but with freedom to explore its sweeping world. Fans of the book should expect to encounter characters and missions that are entirely original to the game. It's a classic tale of good versus evil with gameplay resembling the pause-and-play tactics of Dragon Age: Origins mixed with the large scale encounters of Dynasty Warriors. The Dwarves will be released for PC, Mac, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 this fall. View full article
  3. The Mandate is the Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, and Star Trek inspired game that you've been waiting for. Command a star fleet and explore the universe as the Captain, finally living the dream of getting to hear "Captain on the bridge!" You're only as strong as your crew, so pick your officers wisely. Choose from three different ships and upgrade them to your liking. Take down enemy ships between the stars of the Milky Way, and drop off your acquired cargo at your base. The galaxy is yours early next year when The Mandate is released for PC. The Dwarves is a tactical fantasy game based on the book The Dwarves by Markus Heitz. Players will battle as their favorite Dwarven characters following nearly exactly to The Dwarves storyline, while also meeting some new characters and completing new missions along the way. It's a classic tale of good versus evil while the gameplay closely resembles the pause-and-play style of popular titles like Dragon Age. The Dwarves will be released for PC, Mac, Xbox One, and Playstation 4 this Fall 2016. View full article
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    BoxBoy! Gets a Sequel

    BoxBoy!, a quirky puzzle game from Hal Laboratories, is getting a sequel called BoxBoxBoy!. Similar to the firsts one, play as the box-shaped character Qbby and solve puzzles by creating various box shapes. In this sequel, Qbby will be able to use two boxes at a time. BoxBoxBoy! will be released on June 30, 2016 for Nintendo 3DS.
  5. If you liked playing hide and seek as a kid, then this game is the terrorized, fear induced version of that. Dead by Daylight puts five players into a junkyard in the woods, where one player is the killer and the rest are the survivors – that is, if they actually make it out alive. The four survivors must find and turn on five generators to open a door to let them out of this nightmare, all the while avoiding traps, sneaking around structures, and avoiding the capture of the killer. The killer has only one job: keep the survivors from escaping. I sat down to play this afternoon, and I felt like I was in a horror film. I tried the best I could to sneak through the grass, but the killer singled me out. I was dead and out of the game within the first two minutes, and I did not have the option to respawn. I tried one more time as a survivor, determined to make it out alive, but I think you can guess what happened. What makes this game so unique is that the survivors are not allowed to talk to each other, or use any weapons to defend themselves. Their best asset is to walk slowly through the woods and not make any sound. Though you may think that playing the lone wolf card might make you a hero, it is absolutely necessary to work as a team in order to escape. You will have to rely on your fellow survivors to help you break out of traps and rebuild the generators. Dead by Daylight is available now on Steam. View full article
  6. BoxBoy!, a quirky puzzle game from Hal Laboratories, is getting a sequel called BoxBoxBoy!. Similar to the firsts one, play as the box-shaped character Qbby and solve puzzles by creating various box shapes. In this sequel, Qbby will be able to use two boxes at a time. BoxBoxBoy! will be released on June 30, 2016 for Nintendo 3DS. View full article
  7. Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is the next installment in the Dragon Quest series, featuring the hero and all his friends while they explore the mysterious islands surrounding Estard. Travel back and forth in time to complete quests, encounter monsters and characters designed by critically acclaimed manga and game artist Akira Toriyama, and explore dungeons using the StreetPass feature. This JRPG is designed to take nearly 100 hours to fully explore, so you better clear your calendar. Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past will be released on September 16, 2016 for Nintendo 3DS. View full article
  8. Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is the next installment in the Dragon Quest series, featuring the hero and all his friends while they explore the mysterious islands surrounding Estard. Travel back and forth in time to complete quests, encounter monsters and characters designed by critically acclaimed manga and game artist Akira Toriyama, and explore dungeons using the StreetPass feature. This JRPG is designed to take nearly 100 hours to fully explore, so you better clear your calendar. Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past will be released on September 16, 2016 for Nintendo 3DS.
  9. A mix between Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, and Star Trek, The Mandate takes inspiration from major sci-fi staples for its fantastic space setting. Command a star fleet and explore the universe as the captain of humanity, finally living the dream of getting to hear, "captain on the bridge!" in the upcoming indie title from Perihelion Interactive. In The Mandate, you're only as strong as your crew. Players will need to pick their officers wisely to oversee their ships. However, officers aren't the only thing that players will need to carefully choose from three different ships and their subsequent upgrades in order to survive. Taking down enemy ships between the stars of the Milky Way nets players valuable cargo, which you can drop off at the home base for later use. The Mandate releases early next year for PC. King Art Games' The Dwarves is a tactical fantasy game based on the book The Dwarves by German fantasy author Markus Heitz. Players battle as their favorite Dwarven characters following the storyline from The Dwarves, but with freedom to explore its sweeping world. Fans of the book should expect to encounter characters and missions that are entirely original to the game. It's a classic tale of good versus evil with gameplay resembling the pause-and-play tactics of Dragon Age: Origins mixed with the large scale encounters of Dynasty Warriors. The Dwarves will be released for PC, Mac, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 this fall.
  10. Nintendo confirmed this morning that their new pokémon mobile application will be titled Pokémon Go. This app will allow users to catch creatures while on the go. You can upgrade and progress your trainer, battle rival monsters, and participate in challenges. The Pokémon Plus is a device that allows you to play Pokémon Go without having to look at your phone. The device, meant to be worn as a watch, will light up when you're near a pokémon. A button on the front will let you attempt to catch the creature, and corresponding LEDs will let you know whether or not it was caught. Pokémon Go can be played without the Pokémon Plus, but it certainly enhances the experience. Pokémon Go and Pokémon Plus will be available July 2016 for Android and iOS.
  11. Calling all Nintendo 3DS players (and some PlayStation 4 fans), do I have some games for you! Natsume, perched around a life-sized inflatable tree and stuffed farm animals, showcased three show stopping games that generated lines as long as the E3 convention hall. Wild Guns Reloaded made a splash as Natsume brought back the western shooting gallery title in fully remastered glory for the PlayStation 4. Play as one of the two classic gunslingers, or choose from two brand new ones, and shoot out the bad guys in this couch party extravaganza. Wild Guns Reloaded does not have a release date yet, so stay tuned. River City: Tokyo Rumble is the same side scrolling beat-em-up game that Japanese fans know and love and will be coming to the West for the first time. Play as high school student Kunio and chase out some nefarious gang members with your fists. River City: Tokyo Rumble will be released this summer for Nintendo 3DS. Harvest Moon: Skytree Village is the farming simulator that we all know and love, only this time they've addressed all the concerns that fans had in the past. With new controls, camera angles, and faster response times, Skytree Village seems to be the answer that many fans of the series have been waiting for. Harvest Moon: Skytree Village still does not have a release date for Nintendo 3DS, so stay tuned! View full article
  12. If you're looking for a mobile game that sucks all of your time and battery, then look no further. Goodgame Studios added two more titles to their lineup, and I was able to deeply explore each one. Legends of Honor is a strategic multiplayer game that challenges you to build the strongest base while also becoming the greatest warrior. Swiftly take down rival champions, but don't forget to fortify and keep your castle strong. Split-second decisions will determine whether or not you'll meet defeat. Legends of Honor is already available for Android, iOS, and browser. Infernals is their hero collection game, where playing the campaign and defeating enemies unlocks new heroes to add to your roster. Level them up and equip them with powerful attacks to make them unstoppable forces in PvP. This comic book, post-apocalyptic game is still in production so stay tuned for a release date. View full article
  13. Nintendo confirmed this morning that their new pokémon mobile application will be titled Pokémon Go. This app will allow users to catch creatures while on the go. You can upgrade and progress your trainer, battle rival monsters, and participate in challenges. The Pokémon Plus is a device that allows you to play Pokémon Go without having to look at your phone. The device, meant to be worn as a watch, will light up when you're near a pokémon. A button on the front will let you attempt to catch the creature, and corresponding LEDs will let you know whether or not it was caught. Pokémon Go can be played without the Pokémon Plus, but it certainly enhances the experience. Pokémon Go and Pokémon Plus will be available July 2016 for Android and iOS. View full article
  14. In a world where steam-powered machinery replaces the technology that we know today, androids live in a civilization that once could have been Paris. This is the setting for Evodant Interactive's new RPG, Gyre: Maelstrom. The steampunk RPG moves in real-time, pitting players against a ticking, ever evolving clock. Players can explore a "mechanical post-futuristic dystopia" based in the mid-1800s. The non-linear, non-scripted narrative presents choices to the player depending on their choice of gameplay, whether that be combat heavy, politically focused, or casual exploration. The 8 million NPCs have goals and motives that the player may be helping or hindering based on their decisions. In layman's terms, the game will play on without you. Choose from three different characters to play and parkour through the architectural wonders of a steam-born world. Gyre: Maelstrom releases in 2017 for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC. View full article
  15. While walking through Microsoft's booth, I was approached and asked if I wanted to play Forza Horizon 3. I thought to myself, do I want to race expensive cars I will never own in places I will probably never travel to? Absolutely! So when I was escorted over to Forza, I expected to be handed a controller. Instead, I was entered a simulated driver's in front of a large flat screen TV. I started giggling uncontrollably, because this was possibly the coolest thing I had ever done. After they adjusted my seat to accommodate my shortness, I picked out the fastest car on the roster: the Lamborghini Centenario. Immediately I was racing three other cars through winding streets and long straightaways. The entire seat rumbled as I pushed the pedal to the floor, urging the car to go faster. I hit a high speed of 165 mph before I spun out at a sharp turn and crashed into the river. Just when I was getting the hang of the Centenario, I switched to a suped up Land Rover and took it off road. Dodging trees and kicking up dust, I drove down through a cave and exited out on the beach. I forgot I was supposed to be racing while going in and out of the waves. I took a corner to exit the beach, ready to drive the next car in the line up, but the demo ended. My heart sunk as I was told I had to get out of the seat. I didn't want to; I wanted to play more. The graphics and the engaging gameplay made it so easy to lose yourself into the Forza world. It made me think that I should consider a career in racing. Forza Horizon 3 releases on September 27, 2016 for the Xbox One. View full article
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