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  1. Hideki Kamiya, the director of Clover Studio's Okami, has tweeted indicating that the beloved action-adventure title will be receiving a sequel. The hints of a sequel in the works came in the form of several tweets between Kamiya and Ikumi Nakamura, the creative director formerly employed at Tango Gameworks. Nakamura has been touring a number of prominent game studios around the world with her latest stop being PlatinumGames where Kamiya now works. There are those on the internet, however, that remain skeptical. Kamiya has a history of playing with fan expectations on Twitter. The director, who know works as a game designer at PlatinumGames, teased impatient fans of Scalebound back in 2015 by routinely telling them that new screenshots would be released next week. Each week, the elusive screenshots were pushed back another week and never emerged. His account even puts forward rules for followers and fans. Those who violate his Twitter rules find themselves quickly blocked. However, the announcement was made alongside Ghostwire Tokyo's former creative director, Ikumi Nakamura. Nakamura posted a video to Twitter earlier today in which Kamiya said with a smile and a thumbs up that "Okami is going to come back." Nakamura looks surprised and asks, "Really?" "Really," Kamiya responds, before laughing. The cheeky announcement might well be a joke, but Nakamura seems to sincerely want Okami 2 to become a reality. She worked at Clover Studio as a concept artist alongside Kamiya on the original Bayonetta. While Kamiya is one to pull a joke on fans, Nakamura's sincerity and energy has made her a popular developer in the game industry, even after her departure from the recently announced Ghostwire Tokyo. Nakamura followed up her video with Kamiya by saying, "Okami is going to be back. We want to make Okami sequel and fans are looking forward to it too. You guys want to see Kamiya’s Okami again, right, everyone? I want to work on it too!” While this is all very exciting to hear, Capcom has confirmed to outlets like Polygon that it hasn't made any official announcements. However, the love for Okami runs deep. The game originally released in 2006 for the PlayStation 2 before transitioning over to the Wii via a port in 2008. In 2010, a Nintendo DS sequel released called Okamiden. 2012 saw an HD remaster release on the PlayStation 3. A five year lull followed without much in the way of Okami happening before a surprise port of the PlayStation 3 remaster appeared on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2017. A year later, the remaster appeared on Nintendo Switch. Capcom sits on a game franchise that has become known as one of the greatest artistic achievements in gaming. The reaction to this strange, small tweet (regardless of whether it's a joke or not) speaks to how eager fans are for more Okami. With a new console generation coming up and the recent ports selling well, there might very well be another Okami in the works at this moment or in the near future - and that's very exciting. Kamiya capped all of this off by tweeting: “Okami will be back,” he wrote. “... Someday ... I believe.” Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  2. Hideki Kamiya, the director of Clover Studio's Okami, has tweeted indicating that the beloved action-adventure title will be receiving a sequel. The hints of a sequel in the works came in the form of several tweets between Kamiya and Ikumi Nakamura, the creative director formerly employed at Tango Gameworks. Nakamura has been touring a number of prominent game studios around the world with her latest stop being PlatinumGames where Kamiya now works. There are those on the internet, however, that remain skeptical. Kamiya has a history of playing with fan expectations on Twitter. The director, who know works as a game designer at PlatinumGames, teased impatient fans of Scalebound back in 2015 by routinely telling them that new screenshots would be released next week. Each week, the elusive screenshots were pushed back another week and never emerged. His account even puts forward rules for followers and fans. Those who violate his Twitter rules find themselves quickly blocked. However, the announcement was made alongside Ghostwire Tokyo's former creative director, Ikumi Nakamura. Nakamura posted a video to Twitter earlier today in which Kamiya said with a smile and a thumbs up that "Okami is going to come back." Nakamura looks surprised and asks, "Really?" "Really," Kamiya responds, before laughing. The cheeky announcement might well be a joke, but Nakamura seems to sincerely want Okami 2 to become a reality. She worked at Clover Studio as a concept artist alongside Kamiya on the original Bayonetta. While Kamiya is one to pull a joke on fans, Nakamura's sincerity and energy has made her a popular developer in the game industry, even after her departure from the recently announced Ghostwire Tokyo. Nakamura followed up her video with Kamiya by saying, "Okami is going to be back. We want to make Okami sequel and fans are looking forward to it too. You guys want to see Kamiya’s Okami again, right, everyone? I want to work on it too!” While this is all very exciting to hear, Capcom has confirmed to outlets like Polygon that it hasn't made any official announcements. However, the love for Okami runs deep. The game originally released in 2006 for the PlayStation 2 before transitioning over to the Wii via a port in 2008. In 2010, a Nintendo DS sequel released called Okamiden. 2012 saw an HD remaster release on the PlayStation 3. A five year lull followed without much in the way of Okami happening before a surprise port of the PlayStation 3 remaster appeared on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2017. A year later, the remaster appeared on Nintendo Switch. Capcom sits on a game franchise that has become known as one of the greatest artistic achievements in gaming. The reaction to this strange, small tweet (regardless of whether it's a joke or not) speaks to how eager fans are for more Okami. With a new console generation coming up and the recent ports selling well, there might very well be another Okami in the works at this moment or in the near future - and that's very exciting. Kamiya capped all of this off by tweeting: “Okami will be back,” he wrote. “... Someday ... I believe.” Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  3. Friday the 13th is nearly upon us. In addition to bringing a full day of misfortune, it also gives us the next terrifying chapter in The Evil Within saga. Sebastian Castellanos is on a desperate mission to rescue his captured daughter Lily, who was presumed dead years ago. Unfortunately, that means taking another insane trip through the terrifying world of STEM. Evidenced by the trailer, Sebastian has a whole new suite of nightmares to contend with. That includes humans threats, such as photographer-turned-evil antagonist, Stefano and the wicked priest, Theodore. Check out the launch trailer to help mentally prepare yourself for the frights to come. The Evil Within 2 his October 13 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. If you're looking for more pre-release scares, check out the game's E3 reveal trailer.
  4. Friday the 13th is nearly upon us. In addition to bringing a full day of misfortune, it also gives us the next terrifying chapter in The Evil Within saga. Sebastian Castellanos is on a desperate mission to rescue his captured daughter Lily, who was presumed dead years ago. Unfortunately, that means taking another insane trip through the terrifying world of STEM. Evidenced by the trailer, Sebastian has a whole new suite of nightmares to contend with. That includes humans threats, such as photographer-turned-evil antagonist, Stefano and the wicked priest, Theodore. Check out the launch trailer to help mentally prepare yourself for the frights to come. The Evil Within 2 his October 13 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. If you're looking for more pre-release scares, check out the game's E3 reveal trailer. View full article
  5. The Evil Within was Resident Evil mastermind Shinji Mikami's return to Resident Evil 4-style survival horror. Although it had its problems, the game was a solid entry in the horror genre and performed well enough to warrant follow-up. Tonight, Bethesda premiered the reveal trailer for The Evil Within 2 and the scares appear as horrific and mind-bending as ever. The trailer takes the viewer through a living nightmare experienced by the protagonist from the first game, Sebastian Castellanos. The game takes place three years after the events at the Beacon Mental Hospital but life hasn't improved for the tortured detective since then. Driving Sebastian back into the demented world is the news that his late daughter Lily might be alive, spurring him on a terrifying journey to find her. Stunning psychological horror visuals were littered throughout the trailer, giving gamers a glimpse into the world they will have to combat to help the protagonist. The Evil Within 2 will utilize survival horror mechanics that allow the player to decide how they will progress. The press release for the game also implies unreliable characters that " may lead – or mislead – you on your path to redemption." Taking advantage of fortunate timing, the game's release date is Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. What do you think of the return of The Evil Within? How do you think the gameplay will be updated?
  6. The Evil Within was Resident Evil mastermind Shinji Mikami's return to Resident Evil 4-style survival horror. Although it had its problems, the game was a solid entry in the horror genre and performed well enough to warrant follow-up. Tonight, Bethesda premiered the reveal trailer for The Evil Within 2 and the scares appear as horrific and mind-bending as ever. The trailer takes the viewer through a living nightmare experienced by the protagonist from the first game, Sebastian Castellanos. The game takes place three years after the events at the Beacon Mental Hospital but life hasn't improved for the tortured detective since then. Driving Sebastian back into the demented world is the news that his late daughter Lily might be alive, spurring him on a terrifying journey to find her. Stunning psychological horror visuals were littered throughout the trailer, giving gamers a glimpse into the world they will have to combat to help the protagonist. The Evil Within 2 will utilize survival horror mechanics that allow the player to decide how they will progress. The press release for the game also implies unreliable characters that " may lead – or mislead – you on your path to redemption." Taking advantage of fortunate timing, the game's release date is Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. What do you think of the return of The Evil Within? How do you think the gameplay will be updated? View full article
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