Deep Silver has revealed a brand new trailer and several new tantalizing details for Comcept’s Mighty No. 9. First off the game will support Cross-Buy with the PS3, PS4 and PS Vita versions of the game. Those who pre-order any version of Mighty No. 9 will receive the ‘Retro Hero’ DLC, which allows them to play as a retro version of main protagonist Beck, complete with 8-bit style sound effects and access to Insta-death mode, where one hit means its game over.
The retail version — priced at $30, will contain a 30-page art book, a double sided poster and the “Ray” DLC. In this DLC, players will venture though the Abandoned Lab stage, face-off against the formidable Ray and even earn the chance to play through the entire game as her.
For $60, players can pick up the ‘Mighty No. 9 Signature Edition’. It will include a retail copy of the game, a 6.5″ Beck figurine and a foil signed by creator Keiji Inafune.
Mighty No.9 releases on September 25, 2015 for PS4, PS3, PS Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, 3DS and PC.
Awarded Best RPG Game at Gamescom 2014, Risen 3: Titan Lords releases on PS4 as “Enhanced Edition” including a Full 1080P HD graphics upgrade, and a host of visual features previously only available on PC including shadowing features, higher detail textures, and higher resolution lighting engines. The game will be released on PlayStation Network as a digital download for $39.99 in North America with other prices varying by region.
All DLC from Risen 3 is included.
Additional Features for Risen 3: Titan Lords – PS4 Enhanced Edition:
Remote Play Available
Gameplay Recording Available
Share Play Available
Check out the following screenshots released by Deep Silver for the announcement of the Enhanced Edition:
Comcept announced today that they will partner with Deep Silver to deliver retail versions of Mighty No. 9 as well as provide additional content for the game made possible through a new partnership that sees Comcept retaining ownership of the IP while Deep Silver will help with marketing and advertising the game.
A new stage has been announced for the game today called the “Abandoned Lab Stage” in which Beck faces off with rival nemesis Ray and the player unlocks Ray as a playable character for the game’s main campaign. This is free as DLC for digital versions of the game and will be included free in all retail boxed versions of the game. Mighty No. 9 has been slightly delayed with Keiji Inafune (CEO of Comcept and creator of Mega Man) stating, “We are confident that the extra content will be worth the wait.”
The final release date of Mighty No. 9 will be September 15, 2015 and the game will be available for Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, Microsoft Xbox ONE, Xbox 360, Windows PC, Linux, Mac OS X, Sony PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PlayStation 3. The physical version will be available for Xbox ONE and PS4 while the rest of the platforms will have digital versions only. It was announced that Mighty No. 9 will be localized in a number of regions in Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Polish and Brazilian Portuguese languages with voice-over content also announced for Japanese and French.
With over 500 hours in APB: Reloaded, I have to be honest – it’s a VERY Money-Grabbing game. Even if you’re premium it begs you to throw down cash for weapons , cars, and XP. You could easily spend 200 bucks on this game and get nowhere if you aren’t careful. The shooting is very ridiculous, you do no damage without certain premium guns. The cars handle like Tonka Toy Trucks on ice. It’s a fun game once you realize how to make money. Otherwise, you’re forever broke.
Check out the following video I made showing off how $15 can’t even get you 1 decent gun in the game on PC at current time of this post (1/25/2015) and for those who have never played the game, give a feel of what to expect. Hopefully the pricing structure is changed for consoles and then given a dramatic price drop on PC as well, though we have doubts that will happen.
Electrickrypt of RGN Community: “I grabbed this game when it launched. I Never spent a dime after that and still had hours and days of fun!!! Especially being LANed up next to a buddy. The interaction and customization are amazing. I’ve thought about getting back on it but the cheaters were building up when I stopped playing it. I Never saw it coming to consoles. I Would definitely have to be on the next-generation consoles as big as this game is.”
“My animated GIF of my crew and I. Good times!”
Update: TheHostileZone Responds to 2nd Opinion:
My issue is you have no friends to play with and what not you’re still very limited to what you can do. If you do purely F2P you are still limited to low XP. If you forget to log in for a bit that gun that took 5K to get is now expired. Also most guns in the game only last 7 days after you buy them, unless you pay for “a lifetime” where it’s still $20 bucks on average for something decent. Yes, you can for sure do only F2P,but that option to P2W is there… Suddenly everyone has much better things than you, even if you’ve synced 500+ hours, you’ll have almost nothing to really show. All that cool doc cars, guns and clothes will be at the tip of your grip tempting you. Don’t get me wrong, there is a special quality of this game that makes it a gem, and sure it’s fun.. But once the pay to win scam is bigger than its F2P model is, I stopped…
Today the combination of Deep Silver, The Workshop Entertainment, and Reloaded Games have announced they are bringing their hit PC game All Points Bulletin: Reloaded to Playstation 4 and Xbox One. All Points Bulletin is a Free2Play Action MMO that has gathered quite the community of over 5 million gamers. When All Points Bulletin: Reloaded comes out in the spring it will be free to play and will be a free download for owners with Xbox Live Gold on Xbox One and for Playstation 4 owners. In the game players can earn items in game for free and they will also have the ability to buy in-game gear, items, vehicles and customization for characters depending on what play style the choose.
All Points Bulletin: Reloaded takes place in the urban city of San Paro in the near- future where users will be able to choose between two different factions. They can choose to play as the Enforcer who uphold the city’s martial law or they can choose to be a Criminal and cause mayhem. APB: Reloaded features extensive character and vehicle customization. The game supports up to 100 users characters in a match and also features missions of up to 50 vs 50 player matches.
Keep an eye out for APB: Reloaded coming to Xbox One and PS4 this spring.
Get the hell out of here, no? Alright, well just get the hell out of hell then. Deep Silver has challenged players to do just that in the following trailer highlighting Re-Elected and Gat out of Hell launching February 20, 2015. For more info, take a look and view below.
Launch Trailer of Saints Row IV: Re-Elected & Gat out of Hell.
Genre(s): Action, adventure Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One Publisher(s): Deep Silver Developer(s): Volition Release Date (NA): January 27th, 2015
Genre(s): Third Person Action, Survival, Mystery Platform(s): PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows PC Publisher(s): Deep Silver Developer(s): Fatshark Release Date (NA): November 18, 2014
Be sure to check in on Deep Silver’s official twitch gameplay live-stream of Escape Dead Island on Twitch – Friday, 11-14 at 2 pm Pacific | 5 pm Eastern, they’ll be giving away prizes, showing off brand new sections of the game (2 entire chapters worth), and answering questions from Dead Island fans. You can subscribe for that RIGHT HERE.
Excerpt from Official Press Release:
“This single-player spin off game in the Dead Island series launches on Tuesday, November 18 for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC for $39.99. The story revolves around Cliff Calo, who is not immune to the zombie virus and is searching for the truth behind the epidemic while struggling to maintain his own sanity.”
Metro Redux is developed by 4A games so they have already done this series once so its nothing new to them just adding some great features to this amazing series. Deep Silver is the publisher of Metro Redux and they are also best known for other games such as Sacred series, Risen series, and of course the Saints Row games. Metro Redux is running on a completely new engine giving new light to both games as they are running at 1080P and running at 60 frames per second due to the better hardware on the PS4 and Xbox One and it also has the ability to run at 4K resolution on high end gaming PC’s.
A bit of back-story is nice for both of the games in Metro 2033 the user takes the role of Artyom who was born before the nuclear war hit Russia in 2013. He describes his journey’s as he leaves his home station of Exhibition, after he meets up with Hunter who is a ranger he finds that he needs to go warn a man named Miller at Polis Station that a new wave of mutants called the Dark One’s are coming. One his journey he will go through very dangerous parts of the metro as well as make it to the surface and battle all kinds of dangerous creatures, besides the monsters Artyom will also face waves of Communist and Nazi soldiers. Other allies will be made and more will be uncovered in the dangerous metro.
For Metro Last Light the story picks up one year after the events of Metro 2033 where Artyom called down a missile strike on the Dark one’s. The rangers from the previous game are occupying the D6 military base and Artyom is a member of their group. From the start of the game Khan arrives as the D6 to inform the rangers and Artyom that a since Dark One has survived the missile strike. Now there are two sides to this Khan is a believer that the Dark One is the key to the future of humanity and Colonel Miller wants Artyom to kill the creature due to it potential as a threat. Artyom will not go at this alone as he is accompanied by Miller’s daughter who is also the best sniper of the rangers. Artyom will find the Dark one and finds its just a child and from there is captured by the Nazi’s and from there his adventure continues as he will go through the Red Line settlement as well as connecting to the Dark One as no one else has before him.
Gameplay for Metro Redux has changed a little since the original release of both games the engine is brand new and it really shows especially in Metro 2033 with adding new elements that weren’t previously in the game such as mask wiping, weapon customization, levels are more streamlined so that there are less loading screens and this is probably one of the best features they put into the game, because the loads screens before you literally put a user to sleep. Metro Redux comes in two play styles Spartan and Survival, Spartan gameplay is a bit faster gameplay with less stealth elements the play style resembles the play style originally in Metro Last Light. Survival style is the way that all of the pure players of Metro enjoy with limited ammo and the enemies are a lot harder to kill. In both of the play styles the AI has been improved, as well as the entire lighting. The game feels so more fluid with all of these added touches that and the ability to bring weapons that were only available in the Last Light DLC into the core campaign of Metro Last Light Redux. All of the Last Light DLC is in the Metro Redux pack and it adds about 10 extra hours of gameplay to the package so it makes this game a steal for only 50 dollars. Ranger mode is back for the ultimate in gameplay immersion with only Artyom’s watch for keeping oxygen in order and checking weapons for ammo with no HUD makes Metro Redux even more immersive than any other survival horror game.
Final Verdict – Metro Redux is an amazing package when you get both Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light and all of the DLC with a brand new engine, bringing hours of exploring with new places to discover in and outside of the metro. New lighting effects as well as better AI really brings this game up to another level. Being able to choose between which play style either Spartan or Survival will allow any hardcore metro fan to play both games they want to play. Coming from the PC before there is a little bit of confusion on the controller since there really wasn’t much for on screen hints but that is what the menu is for. The graphics are really a huge step up from the last iterations and really make everything a lot better looking and a whole better experience. With all the extra content and the added play-styles in Metro Redux the re-playability of this package is extremely high.
Overall Score: 9.8 / 10
RGN Rating: Platinum Game
Developer: 4A Games
Publisher: Deep Silver
Available On: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC
Played On: PlayStation 4 and Windows PC
Review Copy Info: A digital copy of this game was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this Review.