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  1. Destiny 2 has launched into the wild (review coming soon). People have been long awaiting the next installment of the sci-fi FPS. Now that it is finally available, what better way to feel excited than by busting a move? Or, if you aren't the dancing type, maybe watch this trailer with dozens of dancers outfitted in full Destiny gear going wild on the dance floor? Destiny 2 is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The PC version will release on October 24.
  2. Destiny 2 has launched into the wild (review coming soon). People have been long awaiting the next installment of the sci-fi FPS. Now that it is finally available, what better way to feel excited than by busting a move? Or, if you aren't the dancing type, maybe watch this trailer with dozens of dancers outfitted in full Destiny gear going wild on the dance floor? Destiny 2 is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The PC version will release on October 24. View full article
  3. Looking for an entertaining arcade brawler to liven up your couch co-op sessions? Wulver Blade might just be the game for you. The upcoming title from Darkwind Media and Fully Illustrated takes players back in time to 120AD. The legions of Rome have landed and subjugated the entire southern half of Britannia, but they aren't stopping. Rome has come to conquer, marching its armies ever northward. In particular, the Ninth Legion leads the advance; 5,000 battle-hardened shields and spears. The only line of defense? A scattering of tribes, divided by their own rivalries. Among them one man represents the only hope of halting the Roman advance: Caradoc. Wulver Blade represents actual history. People and places depicted in-game existed (and in the case of some of the locations, still exist to this day). While the story certainly takes some artistic liberties, many of the events really happened. The developers took this to heart and tried to make as many things as historically accurate as possible. They toured ancient battlegrounds and fortresses, even going so far as to get sound samples from the remnants of Roman forts and the streams and forests in the area. All of that effort melds into the familiar framework of a side-scrolling beat-em-up in the classic mold of Castle Crashers or Turtles in Time. Players will make their way through eight levels, all animated by hand. Each level features its own style and set piece moment to help it feel distinct and dramatic. Additional features can be unlocked to add replayability or alter the gameplay experience for more challenge. Wulver Blade will be a timed exclusive on the Nintendo Switch. It releases this September on the Switch and will be making its way to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC sometime later. View full article
  4. Looking for an entertaining arcade brawler to liven up your couch co-op sessions? Wulver Blade might just be the game for you. The upcoming title from Darkwind Media and Fully Illustrated takes players back in time to 120AD. The legions of Rome have landed and subjugated the entire southern half of Britannia, but they aren't stopping. Rome has come to conquer, marching its armies ever northward. In particular, the Ninth Legion leads the advance; 5,000 battle-hardened shields and spears. The only line of defense? A scattering of tribes, divided by their own rivalries. Among them one man represents the only hope of halting the Roman advance: Caradoc. Wulver Blade represents actual history. People and places depicted in-game existed (and in the case of some of the locations, still exist to this day). While the story certainly takes some artistic liberties, many of the events really happened. The developers took this to heart and tried to make as many things as historically accurate as possible. They toured ancient battlegrounds and fortresses, even going so far as to get sound samples from the remnants of Roman forts and the streams and forests in the area. All of that effort melds into the familiar framework of a side-scrolling beat-em-up in the classic mold of Castle Crashers or Turtles in Time. Players will make their way through eight levels, all animated by hand. Each level features its own style and set piece moment to help it feel distinct and dramatic. Additional features can be unlocked to add replayability or alter the gameplay experience for more challenge. Wulver Blade will be a timed exclusive on the Nintendo Switch. It releases this September on the Switch and will be making its way to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC sometime later.
  5. Titled Shovel Knight: King of Cards, players will be able to set out on a quest to bring King Knight to the throne and join the Order of No Quarter. The adventure takes place over four worlds and over thirty new levels. To attain the crown, King Knight needs to make the "Three Kings" who rule the land bend the knee. King Knight's gameplay offers a new twist on Shovel Knight's platforming action. This expansion focuses on bashing and crushing - players need to make clever use of King Knight's dashing bash attack and radiant war hammer to beat foes into submission. On top of that, the expansion adds many new weapons, armor, abilities, and followers to help King Knight live up to his ambitions! Players who find the expansion too easy can even hone their skills with Feats and Challenge stages. Each of these feature rematches with empowered bosses, hyped up platforming hazards, and more. Players can delve through all the secrets of the Shovel Knight world with a New Game+ mode, too. Players who become bored or need a break from platforming action can hit the cards! King of Cards includes a strategic card game within the expansion that offers unique gameplay opportunities and rewards. Shovel Knight: King of Cards releases on a staggering number of devices that currently include: Wii U, 3DS, Switch, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Vita, Xbox One, PC, Mac, Linux, and Amazon FireTV. Players will be able to get their hands on it when it releases early in 2018. View full article
  6. Titled Shovel Knight: King of Cards, players will be able to set out on a quest to bring King Knight to the throne and join the Order of No Quarter. The adventure takes place over four worlds and over thirty new levels. To attain the crown, King Knight needs to make the "Three Kings" who rule the land bend the knee. King Knight's gameplay offers a new twist on Shovel Knight's platforming action. This expansion focuses on bashing and crushing - players need to make clever use of King Knight's dashing bash attack and radiant war hammer to beat foes into submission. On top of that, the expansion adds many new weapons, armor, abilities, and followers to help King Knight live up to his ambitions! Players who find the expansion too easy can even hone their skills with Feats and Challenge stages. Each of these feature rematches with empowered bosses, hyped up platforming hazards, and more. Players can delve through all the secrets of the Shovel Knight world with a New Game+ mode, too. Players who become bored or need a break from platforming action can hit the cards! King of Cards includes a strategic card game within the expansion that offers unique gameplay opportunities and rewards. Shovel Knight: King of Cards releases on a staggering number of devices that currently include: Wii U, 3DS, Switch, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Vita, Xbox One, PC, Mac, Linux, and Amazon FireTV. Players will be able to get their hands on it when it releases early in 2018.
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