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  1. This will likely make more than a few people both excited and sad, however it still needs to be seen just based on how gosh-darn cool it is! Simon S. Andersen, known for his pixel art and for creating the successful indie platformer Owlboy, creates game concept teasers for fun. His most recent one, in collaboration with composter Jonathan Geer, hits right in the nostalgia gut: A hypothetical sequel to Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross titled Chrono Break. The teaser throws the series back to the classic Chrono Trigger aesthetic, but plays around with a lot of different pixel effects and transitions to give it a "new" feeling. The trailer jumps around to different scenes, hinting at some kind of cataclysmic dragon, dramatic encounters, and a few old friends. It's actually kind of painful that this isn't a real game. Square Enix, get on with a new Chrono game already! Heck, maybe even give it to Simon and Co. since they clearly seem to have some cool ideas of what to do with the series.
  2. This will likely make more than a few people both excited and sad, however it still needs to be seen just based on how gosh-darn cool it is! Simon S. Andersen, known for his pixel art and for creating the successful indie platformer Owlboy, creates game concept teasers for fun. His most recent one, in collaboration with composter Jonathan Geer, hits right in the nostalgia gut: A hypothetical sequel to Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross titled Chrono Break. The teaser throws the series back to the classic Chrono Trigger aesthetic, but plays around with a lot of different pixel effects and transitions to give it a "new" feeling. The trailer jumps around to different scenes, hinting at some kind of cataclysmic dragon, dramatic encounters, and a few old friends. It's actually kind of painful that this isn't a real game. Square Enix, get on with a new Chrono game already! Heck, maybe even give it to Simon and Co. since they clearly seem to have some cool ideas of what to do with the series. View full article
  3. Ubisoft has begun the hype machine by unveiling a teaser trailer for Far Cry 5. The franchise has set its eyes on the wilds of the United States. With a haunting scream in the wilderness, a mysterious running man, and a church hymn, Ubisoft has kicked off what has to be some of the strongest reactions to a Far Cry game reveal since the 2010 reveal of Far Cry 3. Details are scarce, but the teaser implies that the action will be taking place in Hope County, Montana. More details will be coming later this week. The official announcement trailer will be released this coming Friday, May 26, to show exactly what will be going on in Far Cry 5. Maybe we'll even see a release date? What do you think? Is Far Cry in the United States a great setting? View full article
  4. Ubisoft has begun the hype machine by unveiling a teaser trailer for Far Cry 5. The franchise has set its eyes on the wilds of the United States. With a haunting scream in the wilderness, a mysterious running man, and a church hymn, Ubisoft has kicked off what has to be some of the strongest reactions to a Far Cry game reveal since the 2010 reveal of Far Cry 3. Details are scarce, but the teaser implies that the action will be taking place in Hope County, Montana. More details will be coming later this week. The official announcement trailer will be released this coming Friday, May 26, to show exactly what will be going on in Far Cry 5. Maybe we'll even see a release date? What do you think? Is Far Cry in the United States a great setting?
  5. Jack Gardner

    Star Wars Battlefront 2 Trailer Leaks

    The force is strong with this one. Star Wars Battlefront 2 was intended to show officially at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida April 13-16. However, someone with access to the trailer ahead of time leaked the trailer onto the video hosting service Vimeo, presumably because leaked videos take a bit longer to be taken down on that platform. The original upload is no longer available, but the trailer has since been scattered to the wind and picked up by the larger internet. As of right now, you can view the trailer on numerous YouTube channels, like the one below. There are a lot of exciting things about this teaser trailer, despite its short length. There are strong hints that this sequel might include space battles - possibly along the same lines as the previous Battlefront 2 on the PlayStation 2, which featured massive ship-to-ship combat combined with ground combat inside those ships. New hero characters from different eras were also shown fighting in the trailer. Notably the teaser depicts the opening moments of a duel between Darth Maul and Yoda. Rey and Kylo Ren from The Force Awakens also make brief appearances, letting us know that the entire Star Wars universe is fair game to appear in this sequel. That kind of fan service has really been the bread and butter of the Battlefront series. Battlefront 2 will be releasing with a story campaign, something many players wished to see in its predecessor. The story seems like it will follow a soldier for the Empire in a post-Return of the Jedi galaxy. The second Death Star has been destroyed along with the Emperor and the Rebel Alliance has beaten back the Empire's fleet. Various locations are shown in the trailer and seem to indicate that battles at Starkiller Base, Jakku, Hoth, and other film locations are in store - no surprises there. The main downside to this leaked trailer is that it gives no context to the systems that will back up these locations. Will Galactic Conquest return? Will bot play help bolster servers that aren't terribly busy? Are the game mode offerings going to be more robust? I suppose we will have to wait to see if the official reveal in the coming days contains more information.
  6. The force is strong with this one. Star Wars Battlefront 2 was intended to show officially at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida April 13-16. However, someone with access to the trailer ahead of time leaked the trailer onto the video hosting service Vimeo, presumably because leaked videos take a bit longer to be taken down on that platform. The original upload is no longer available, but the trailer has since been scattered to the wind and picked up by the larger internet. As of right now, you can view the trailer on numerous YouTube channels, like the one below. There are a lot of exciting things about this teaser trailer, despite its short length. There are strong hints that this sequel might include space battles - possibly along the same lines as the previous Battlefront 2 on the PlayStation 2, which featured massive ship-to-ship combat combined with ground combat inside those ships. New hero characters from different eras were also shown fighting in the trailer. Notably the teaser depicts the opening moments of a duel between Darth Maul and Yoda. Rey and Kylo Ren from The Force Awakens also make brief appearances, letting us know that the entire Star Wars universe is fair game to appear in this sequel. That kind of fan service has really been the bread and butter of the Battlefront series. Battlefront 2 will be releasing with a story campaign, something many players wished to see in its predecessor. The story seems like it will follow a soldier for the Empire in a post-Return of the Jedi galaxy. The second Death Star has been destroyed along with the Emperor and the Rebel Alliance has beaten back the Empire's fleet. Various locations are shown in the trailer and seem to indicate that battles at Starkiller Base, Jakku, Hoth, and other film locations are in store - no surprises there. The main downside to this leaked trailer is that it gives no context to the systems that will back up these locations. Will Galactic Conquest return? Will bot play help bolster servers that aren't terribly busy? Are the game mode offerings going to be more robust? I suppose we will have to wait to see if the official reveal in the coming days contains more information. View full article
  7. Yesterday, Square Enix teased their followers on social media, asking people to look for a big reveal sometime today. Since Kingdom Hearts 2.8 HD released earlier this week, many assumed that this might be some lead up to long awaited details on Kingdom Hearts 3. This view gained traction when Marvel's social media team put out a similar message to their followers. We didn't get more Kingdom Hearts 3 details, but something entirely new. Marvel has partnered with Square Enix to create... something. Shockingly, Square Enix has put two of its biggest, most highly acclaimed developers on The Avengers Project, Crystal Dynamics (Tomb Raider, Rise of the Tomb Raider) and Eidos Montreal (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided). While the teaser certainly captures the excitement generated by Marvel's superhero juggernaut, additional details have not been forthcoming. The basics like genre, release date, and platforms are still unknown. The Avengers Project might even be a working title as far as we know. View full article
  8. Jack Gardner

    Square Enix Teases The Avengers Project

    Yesterday, Square Enix teased their followers on social media, asking people to look for a big reveal sometime today. Since Kingdom Hearts 2.8 HD released earlier this week, many assumed that this might be some lead up to long awaited details on Kingdom Hearts 3. This view gained traction when Marvel's social media team put out a similar message to their followers. We didn't get more Kingdom Hearts 3 details, but something entirely new. Marvel has partnered with Square Enix to create... something. Shockingly, Square Enix has put two of its biggest, most highly acclaimed developers on The Avengers Project, Crystal Dynamics (Tomb Raider, Rise of the Tomb Raider) and Eidos Montreal (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided). While the teaser certainly captures the excitement generated by Marvel's superhero juggernaut, additional details have not been forthcoming. The basics like genre, release date, and platforms are still unknown. The Avengers Project might even be a working title as far as we know.
  9. Telltale Games had a lot of news to drop last week at The Game Awards 2016. The long rumored Marvel-Telltale team up was revealed to be Guardians of the Galaxy with a short teaser referencing the cassette tape mixes featured in the Guardians of the Galaxy film. The series is set to premier sometime in 2017, likely around Guardians of the Galaxy 2's May 5th release date. Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series allows players to control the various members of the team as they adventure around the galaxy. Not much is known about the core story angle, but it's likely that it will tie in with the film in some capacity. "The energizing blend of humor, emotion, teamwork, and full-on sci-fi action-adventure of the Guardians provides an enormously satisfying space to explore through Telltale’s unique style of interactive storytelling," explained Kevin Bruner, Telltale Games' co-founder and CEO. Marvel's senior vice president of games and innovation, Jay Ong seems keen to reassure fans that the game won't be a rehash of one of the movies, telling fans that they should expect to be "immersed in an original, character-driven narrative." View full article
  10. Telltale Games had a lot of news to drop last week at The Game Awards 2016. The long rumored Marvel-Telltale team up was revealed to be Guardians of the Galaxy with a short teaser referencing the cassette tape mixes featured in the Guardians of the Galaxy film. The series is set to premier sometime in 2017, likely around Guardians of the Galaxy 2's May 5th release date. Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series allows players to control the various members of the team as they adventure around the galaxy. Not much is known about the core story angle, but it's likely that it will tie in with the film in some capacity. "The energizing blend of humor, emotion, teamwork, and full-on sci-fi action-adventure of the Guardians provides an enormously satisfying space to explore through Telltale’s unique style of interactive storytelling," explained Kevin Bruner, Telltale Games' co-founder and CEO. Marvel's senior vice president of games and innovation, Jay Ong seems keen to reassure fans that the game won't be a rehash of one of the movies, telling fans that they should expect to be "immersed in an original, character-driven narrative."
  11. Edmund McMillen has revealed his next project to follow his smash indie hit, The Binding of Isaac. The next game will be called The Legend of Bum-Bo and McMillan describes it as a "turn-based puzzle RPG type thingy that's randomly generated." McMillen teased the new project on The Binding of Isaac blog and hinted that the two games might be connected. "But why is this on the Isaac blog!?" McMillan writes, "What does this have to do with Isaac!? When Isaac!? Isaac? Isaac! Why!? Well, I'm sure those questions will be answered in the coming months once we tease a bit more." McMillen will be working on The Legend of Bum-Bo along with programmer James Id and the two person audio team at Ridiculon. McMillen himself will be handling the writing, design, 2D art, and character design. It seems that this announcement comes with the sad news that Team Meat's previously announced game, Mew-Genics, a game about genetically altering cats, is now on hold indefinitely. The fate of McMillen's mobile game Super Meat Boy Forever and the possibility of a Super Meat Boy 2 are also up in the air, though not definitely on hold or cancelled.
  12. Edmund McMillen has revealed his next project to follow his smash indie hit, The Binding of Isaac. The next game will be called The Legend of Bum-Bo and McMillan describes it as a "turn-based puzzle RPG type thingy that's randomly generated." McMillen teased the new project on The Binding of Isaac blog and hinted that the two games might be connected. "But why is this on the Isaac blog!?" McMillan writes, "What does this have to do with Isaac!? When Isaac!? Isaac? Isaac! Why!? Well, I'm sure those questions will be answered in the coming months once we tease a bit more." McMillen will be working on The Legend of Bum-Bo along with programmer James Id and the two person audio team at Ridiculon. McMillen himself will be handling the writing, design, 2D art, and character design. It seems that this announcement comes with the sad news that Team Meat's previously announced game, Mew-Genics, a game about genetically altering cats, is now on hold indefinitely. The fate of McMillen's mobile game Super Meat Boy Forever and the possibility of a Super Meat Boy 2 are also up in the air, though not definitely on hold or cancelled. View full article
  13. Fictional journalist Benjamin Giraud has set out on a journey to discover the truth behind Spartan-117. However, as Giraud says, "the truth isn't always that clean." This Halo 5: Guardians teaser site has been counting down to a reveal yesterday of a weekly audio log release that will be a dramatic exploration of the Master Chief character from the point of view of a war journalist who had a personal encounter with the iconic warrior. It seems like Giraud's account of events could call into question the various novelizations that have fleshed out the past of the popular Halo protagonist. "Who is the Master Chief?" he asks, "Where does he come from? And is he keeping us safe? Join me as I hunt the truth about the Master Chief." New audio segments will release each Sunday.
  14. Fictional journalist Benjamin Giraud has set out on a journey to discover the truth behind Spartan-117. However, as Giraud says, "the truth isn't always that clean." This Halo 5: Guardians teaser site has been counting down to a reveal yesterday of a weekly audio log release that will be a dramatic exploration of the Master Chief character from the point of view of a war journalist who had a personal encounter with the iconic warrior. It seems like Giraud's account of events could call into question the various novelizations that have fleshed out the past of the popular Halo protagonist. "Who is the Master Chief?" he asks, "Where does he come from? And is he keeping us safe? Join me as I hunt the truth about the Master Chief." New audio segments will release each Sunday. View full article
  15. The second episode of the Westerosi adventure game, titled The Lost Lords, will be hitting the first week of February. The release will be staggered from February 3-5. February 3: PS3, PS4, PC February 4: Xbox 360, Xbox One February 5: Android, iOS Players will control the heirs of House Forrester as they try to keep the noble house and the lands they protect safe from the wolves at their gates and abroad. View full article
  16. The second episode of the Westerosi adventure game, titled The Lost Lords, will be hitting the first week of February. The release will be staggered from February 3-5. February 3: PS3, PS4, PC February 4: Xbox 360, Xbox One February 5: Android, iOS Players will control the heirs of House Forrester as they try to keep the noble house and the lands they protect safe from the wolves at their gates and abroad.
  17. Indie developer DEKDEV's Path to the Sky is an interesting project, to say the least. It's a roguelike platformer with procedural world generation, a day-night cycle, weather, and its own physics engine. The premise is simple, too: Get to the top. The teaser is no longer available for viewing. DEKEDEV describes the story of his game thusly: In Path to the Sky, you'll play the role of a hired crewman aboard a spice trading vessel sailing the Indian Ocean during the 17th century. While on route, the ship is sacked and plundered by buccaneers. The vessel is sunk and its crew is lost to the sea. Alone, you find yourself stranded on the beach of an unknown island. This is where the adventure begins. Players will have to fight their way up to the top of the island, gaining items and powers along the way while facing ever more aggresive and deadly birds of prey. The set up is simple, the mechanics look solid, and I'm definitely itching to play it. People interested in pre-ordering Path to the Sky for PC or Mac can do so on the developer's website. Pre-orders will grant acces to the game as soon as it enters beta. View full article
  18. Indie developer DEKDEV's Path to the Sky is an interesting project, to say the least. It's a roguelike platformer with procedural world generation, a day-night cycle, weather, and its own physics engine. The premise is simple, too: Get to the top. The teaser is no longer available for viewing. DEKEDEV describes the story of his game thusly: In Path to the Sky, you'll play the role of a hired crewman aboard a spice trading vessel sailing the Indian Ocean during the 17th century. While on route, the ship is sacked and plundered by buccaneers. The vessel is sunk and its crew is lost to the sea. Alone, you find yourself stranded on the beach of an unknown island. This is where the adventure begins. Players will have to fight their way up to the top of the island, gaining items and powers along the way while facing ever more aggresive and deadly birds of prey. The set up is simple, the mechanics look solid, and I'm definitely itching to play it. People interested in pre-ordering Path to the Sky for PC or Mac can do so on the developer's website. Pre-orders will grant acces to the game as soon as it enters beta.
  19. Earth Defense Force 2025, the latest installment in a series that has accumulated somewhat of a cult following after the 2007 release of Earth Defense Force 2017, received an amazing trailer today along with an official release date. The teaser shows off footage from 2017, before giving a run down of the features and weapons being added to the roster. In short, it is a lot. 2025 will include 4 player co-op, the class-based gameplay from Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon returns (albeit with more style), more weapons including melee options for the Fencer class, more vehicles, and new enemy types such as the flying dragons featured in the trailer. The trailer even implies that there might be some degree of characterization for the four main protagonists, a first for the series. Earth Defense Force 2025 will be available on February 18 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. If you are wondering what the game is like, why not read our hands-on coverage of the game from E3?
  20. Earth Defense Force 2025, the latest installment in a series that has accumulated somewhat of a cult following after the 2007 release of Earth Defense Force 2017, received an amazing trailer today along with an official release date. The teaser shows off footage from 2017, before giving a run down of the features and weapons being added to the roster. In short, it is a lot. 2025 will include 4 player co-op, the class-based gameplay from Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon returns (albeit with more style), more weapons including melee options for the Fencer class, more vehicles, and new enemy types such as the flying dragons featured in the trailer. The trailer even implies that there might be some degree of characterization for the four main protagonists, a first for the series. Earth Defense Force 2025 will be available on February 18 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. If you are wondering what the game is like, why not read our hands-on coverage of the game from E3? View full article
  21. Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! is the follow-up to last year’s Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage?!! (both of which are serious contenders for the longest, silliest video game name award). In Explore the Dungeon, players are tasked with saving the Candy Kingdom by exploring the 100 floors of the mysterious Secret Royal Dungeon. Players can choose between multiple characters including Finn, Jake, Marceline, Cinnamon Bun, and more. If you think that 100 floors might be a bit much by yourself, fear not! You’ll be able to team up with up to three friends for some co-op multiplayer. As you progress through each level, you’ll acquire Tokens, which you can equip to improve your character’s abilities as well as Sub-Weapons to deal out more damage to your enemies. Series creator Pendleton Ward teamed up with developer WayForward to create a specifically video game-oriented story to preserve a distinctly Adventure Time-y feel. Along with Ward, the original voices from the show are all signed on to bring their dulcet tones to the game. Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! is coming this Fall to Wii U, 3DS, Xbox 360, and PS3. View full article
  22. Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! is the follow-up to last year’s Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage?!! (both of which are serious contenders for the longest, silliest video game name award). In Explore the Dungeon, players are tasked with saving the Candy Kingdom by exploring the 100 floors of the mysterious Secret Royal Dungeon. Players can choose between multiple characters including Finn, Jake, Marceline, Cinnamon Bun, and more. If you think that 100 floors might be a bit much by yourself, fear not! You’ll be able to team up with up to three friends for some co-op multiplayer. As you progress through each level, you’ll acquire Tokens, which you can equip to improve your character’s abilities as well as Sub-Weapons to deal out more damage to your enemies. Series creator Pendleton Ward teamed up with developer WayForward to create a specifically video game-oriented story to preserve a distinctly Adventure Time-y feel. Along with Ward, the original voices from the show are all signed on to bring their dulcet tones to the game. Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! is coming this Fall to Wii U, 3DS, Xbox 360, and PS3.
  23. Jack Gardner

    Papo & Yo Developer Teases Silent Enemy

    Minority Media, the Canadian developer behind the critically praised indie title Papo & Yo, is gearing up for its next game titled Silent Enemy. Like Papo & Yo which tackled issues surrounding domestic abuse and alcoholism, Silent Enemy will also deal difficult subject matter: Bullying. The teaser reveals a few tantalizing details about the game. Silent Enemy is set in the Great North of Quebec. It tasks players with finding springtime, while crows try to impede player progress. The teaser places a heavy emphasis on character design for the crows (which you can see above), the representations of bullies within the game. A few seconds of gameplay footage imply that action will take place from a top-down perspective. The protagonist of Silent Enemy will be the team’s first Aboriginal main character, though they promise it will not be their last. While no official platforms have been announced, there is a shot in the teaser of an Xbox 360 controller, leading to a certain degree of speculation that the title will be coming to Xbox Live. Given that Papo & Yo was originally a PSN exclusive, it is highly likely that Silent Enemy will also be released on the PlayStation Network. The teaser makes it abundantly clear that Silent Enemy comes out of a deeply personal place and carries importance to everyone involved with its production.
  24. Minority Media, the Canadian developer behind the critically praised indie title Papo & Yo, is gearing up for its next game titled Silent Enemy. Like Papo & Yo which tackled issues surrounding domestic abuse and alcoholism, Silent Enemy will also deal difficult subject matter: Bullying. The teaser reveals a few tantalizing details about the game. Silent Enemy is set in the Great North of Quebec. It tasks players with finding springtime, while crows try to impede player progress. The teaser places a heavy emphasis on character design for the crows (which you can see above), the representations of bullies within the game. A few seconds of gameplay footage imply that action will take place from a top-down perspective. The protagonist of Silent Enemy will be the team’s first Aboriginal main character, though they promise it will not be their last. While no official platforms have been announced, there is a shot in the teaser of an Xbox 360 controller, leading to a certain degree of speculation that the title will be coming to Xbox Live. Given that Papo & Yo was originally a PSN exclusive, it is highly likely that Silent Enemy will also be released on the PlayStation Network. The teaser makes it abundantly clear that Silent Enemy comes out of a deeply personal place and carries importance to everyone involved with its production. View full article
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