Check out the evolution of the Pokemon series leading up to Pokemon Sword and Shield with the latest commercial for Nintendo and Game Freak’s title.
The video, which can be seen below, shows the series’ roots on the original Game Boy. In just 30 seconds, it takes players on a journey through a number of generations of Pokemon critters, ultimately leading to the latest generation.
Pokemon Sword and Shield will take players to the Galar Region, a more modern setting that is inspired by Great Britain and Victorian architecture. After choosing from one of three different Pokemon creatures from Professor Magnolia, players will then face off against a number of different Gym Leaders and set out to compete in the Champions Cup.
Both titles will come out for the Nintendo Switch on November 15.
Get a look at the deadly Kasha boss fight that awaits players in Team Ninja’s Nioh 2 with the latest video for the game, courtesy of PlayStation Access.
Elle Osili-Wood is joined by Nathan Ditum in the video below. Highlights include the character creation feature, its robust combat (which includes Yokai Moves and Special Moves), the Dark Realm, and Kasha’s different patterns.
Nioh 2 New Gameplay – Kasha Boss Fight!
Set to come out for the PlayStation 4 in 2020, Nioh 2 is an action RPG that takes players on a journey through violent feudal land of Sengoku era Japan. Players will take control of a Yokai warrior that is also half-human, and will utilize a number of devastating paranormal powers with the Amrita gauge.
S-Class Hero Tank-Top Master and the Tank Topper Army will make their way to Bandai Namco’s One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows.
The Tank Topper Army, which also includes Tank-Top Tiger and Tank-Top Black Hole, are all part of the Hero Association in the One Punch Man series. Despite constantly getting beat up on, they are one of the strongest factions of the Hero Association.
See them in action, along with S-Rank Hero Metal Bat, with the trailer below:
One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows – Tank Topper Army ft Metal Bat Trailer – PS4/XB1/PC
One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is an action fighting game that features three-on-three battles. Heroes like Genos, Hellish Blizzard, Mumen Rider, Speed-o’-Sound Sonic and (of course) Saitama will all make their appearance.
The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2020.
Also set to come to the Nintendo Switch, Panzer Dragoon: Remake overhauls the SEGA Saturn classic with graphics and controls “that suit modern gaming standards.” Riding on top of an armored blue dragon, players will venture through blue ocean cities and intricate subterranean ruins while utilizing a deadly gun from the past.
Learn more with the video below, which was originally unveiled during E3 2019:
Panzer Dragoon: Remake – Nintendo Switch Trailer – Nintendo E3 2019
Fans can add the title to their Steam wishlist here.
Although Halloween is not a festivity very present in all countries, it’s difficult to escape from its influence. The world of video games is not free of it, of course, because it is also a very good excuse to propose limited duration events and rather nice content. And if Halloween may rhyme with treats for some, it also rhymes with fright.
Last week we already had the right possibility of getting spooky games offered by the Epic Games Store, and it seems to be the main theme this week too. The two games offered this week are Q.U.B.E. 2 and Layers of Fear.
Q.U.B.E. 2 is not a scary game. It is, however, a very good puzzle game that does not lack mystery. As a successor to Q.U.B.E., this second installment uses the same game mechanics, but with a new story. You play Amelia Cross, an archaeologist who finds herself on an alien planet and has no memory of how she landed here. You will be assisted by another survivor, Emma Sutcliffe. You will have special gloves that allow you to manipulate the blocks that make up this strange world in order to solve puzzles. The spatial manipulation of the blocks is at the heart of the game, and you will be confronted with a variety of puzzles that you will have to solve if you want to find Emma and leave the planet.
If this puzzle-solving adventure is not enough for you, how about doing it in a horrifying setting? Developed by Bloober Team, whose reputation is second to none in horror games, Layers of Fear will put you in the shoes of a troubled painter trying to finish his masterpiece. To do it, you will have to explore the house you are in and solve visual puzzles. But the house will change over the course of the game, making the puzzles more and more difficult. You will discover the past of the painter as you progress through the game, which will reveal little by little how this man sank into madness. Layers of Fear has three different endings, depending on your actions in the game.
You can grab Q.U.B.E. 2 and Layers of Fear for free from now until October 31 by visiting Epic Games Store.
It’ is not uncommon to see teams of video game developers working really hard to meet deadlines and schedules for the release of their games. Quite often, the pressure is very high, and even overworking is not enough, and we are quite sure that there are many games that are launched before they are properly finished and tested. When this happens with a game that has been eagerly awaited by the players for years, you are risking a lot. That’s probably what has led Naughty Dog and Sony Interactive Entertainment to delay the launch of The Last of Us Part II.
“We realized we simply didn’t have enough time to bring the entire game up to a level of polish we would call Naughty Dog quality. At this point we were faced with two options: compromise parts of the game or get more time. We went with the latter, and this new release date allows us to finish everything to our level of satisfaction while also reducing stress on the team.”
Let’s face it; having to hear an apology from the developers because the game that you want to play will be published at a later date is disappointing, but spending your hard-earned money into a game that turns out to be full of bugs, incomplete or not up to the level you expected is much worse. Sure, they can try to fix it later through updates and such, but you will never forget about the first impression.
In a situation like this, I would rather wait a bit longer and see a game as good as the first The Last of Us or even better than getting a half-baked game. The market indeed dictates the rules, and there are deadlines to meet, advertising to be made, and limited money to pay for development. Still, I can’t think of any situation where hurrying the development and the launch of a certain game has not ended with either bad results or a lot of work to be made later.
Ellie in The Last of Us Part II
That said, The Last of Us Part II will be released on May 29, 2020, if nothing else happens. If you are one of those that loved the first installment in the series you probably won’t mind waiting for a bit longer in order to play a good game.
It seems that the sales of the latest games developed by Ubisoft are not as good as they expected. That seems to be the main reason behind the announcement of the delay of several titles that are in the works. Gods and Monsters, Watch Dogs: Legion and Rainbow Six Quarantine will launch later than it was initially planned and Ubisoft president Yves Guillemot has been very clear in a statement about the reasons for this change.
“While each of these games already has a strong identity and high potential, we want our teams to have more development time to ensure that their respective innovations are perfectly implemented so as to deliver optimal experiences for players.”
The release of Watch Dogs: Legion was originally scheduled for March 3, 2020, and Ubisoft has decided to move it to the following fiscal year, which starts in April. The same happens with Rainbow Six Quarantine and Gods and Monsters, which will also be released during the 20-21 fiscal year. No accurate date has been revealed for the release of any of the games, so we are not sure of when exactly will it happen.
Guillemont acknowledged that The Division 2 and Ghost Recon Breakpoint have fallen short of expectations regarding sales and critical reception in the first few weeks after launch. According to him, the reasons for this could be that the games “did not come in with enough differentiation factors, which prevented the game’s intrinsic qualities from standing out.” If you have played those games, you would probably agree that the microtransactions system implemented in both could have had a severe impact on the player’s response, especially in the case of Ghost Recon Breakpoint, which has seen a lot of complaints from the players.
Trying to look positively at all this, it seems that the studios developing the upcoming Ubisoft games are going to have a bit more time to polish their products and hopefully, they won’t make the same mistakes again. You can still find the best prices to get those games through our comparator.
Wondering how to earn a watch in CODMW? This guide explains How To Unlock Watches In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare as the pre-release discussions surrounding the tamagotchi has made watches one of the more interesting aspects of the Modern Warfare experience.
There’s a huge array of customization options in Call of Duty Modern Warfare. You can unlock skins for your weapons, attachments, upgrades, there’s a lot to do. Most of these are unlocked through natural progression, others can be found in missions and challenges, but what about Watches?
How To Unlock Watches In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare
We have checked all of the Daily Missions, every challenge, every Mission and every reward item for leveling up. None of the progression or rewards system feature Watches. Currently, the only method we’ve figured out to unlock a Watch, is to buy one from the Store.
You can buy a Watch from the premium store which unlocks the watch option, but that’s currently it. Call of Duty Modern Warfare does feature a premium currency, CP, but at the moment, you cannot spend it on anything. It’s very likely there will be loot boxes, or something similar, introduced that will allow for other methods of unlocking a watch.
And that’s currently all we know on How To Unlock Watches In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare.