[Update: Release date announced at The Game Awards 2018. Mortal Kombat 11 will release April 23, 2019 with a community reveal January 17, 2019.]
Editor’s Note: DJ Killzown Jones is back and provides bleeding-edge coverage of an exclusive news item confirmed straight from the source, live on camera, during his attendance at the recent Mo Game Con convention. If you’re a subscriber to his media channels you may have seen this scoop early, if not you can find more about that here. Mortal Kombat is a series that has been around since 1992 and has filled many gamers’ childhood with a bloody good time fighting in the fun-factor focused arena. The franchise has over 35 million units sold in total and Mortal Kombat X is the fastest selling game in the series. Check out the latest from DJ Killzown Jones in his RGN article below.
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It appears that Square Enix is focusing on making bigger and better games that really nail the masterpiece goal they have for themselves. With salvaging Final Fantasy XV into something the world ended up loving, but not really calling a masterpiece, they perhaps have to realize how close they keep coming to doom by announcing many huge projects at once that take almost a decade to finish and look nothing like their original concepts.
In the meantime, while working on their next-generation of big games, there seems to be a steady flow of remastered content both unexpected and in demand coming from the studio including FFXII: The Zodiac Age as well as the newly revealed FF: Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition and even a PS4 / Xbox / Switch homecoming upgrade of a mobile title now known as FFXV: Pocket Edition HD.
Imagine our surprise when Square Enix PR sent over a press release today detailing a December 6, 2018 release date for The Last Remnant Remastered on PlayStation 4. Being one of the turn based Xbox 360 investments into the Japanese RPG demographic that never made its way to the Sony side of gaming.
Continue reading The Last Remnant Remastered Revealed for PlayStation 4 [Hi-Res Screens]
Atomic energy was just one perk of splitting the atom, but more importantly – nuclear weaponry was also made possible by this grand scientific breakthrough. As with most weapons of mass destruction, nukes can achieve peace! Through the fear of being demolished many uneasy alliances have been formed. As Fallout 76 approaches release for PS4, Xbox, and PC on November 14, 2018 we have a new trailer from Bethesda Game Studios showcasing a little more of how this system will work.
Continue reading Here’s all the Fallout 76 videos plus today’s new one
I still have my steel case edition of the Valkyria Chronicles HD Remaster on PlayStation 4 and ever since the PSP days this has been a series that is fond to me. For those who are unfamiliar with the franchise, I have three words for you “turn based shooter” but implore further investigation as to the strategic pleasure one can find in such a genre you may have never known existed.
As Valkyria Chronicles 4 heads to release this month, Atlus and SEGA have now revealed that the original Valkyria Chronicles alongside all of its DLC will also become available for Nintendo Switch this Fall. Leading up to these product launches, Atlus and SEGA have released a number of art assets, screenshots, and detailed just what we can expect in terms of key features for the two new releases.
Continue reading Valkyria Chronicles 4 details its DLC and a surprise ahead of launch
In a new sizzle reel trailer the free PS4 games being offered by Sony for PS+ subscribers during the month of September 2018 has been revealed. Beyond the two main giveaways this month for PS4 there are also a number of titles being made available for free with ‘Cross Buy’ or ‘Cross Play’ features, VR, PlayLink functionality, and more.
Continue reading PlayStation Plus titles for September 2018 revealed
As we previously reported, NVIDIA stole the show at this year’s Gamescom 2018 with its next-generation PC Gaming graphics card lineup introducing Real-time Ray Tracing to the industry in what will arguably change the visual standard for decades to come. You can read more about that, watch the clips, and full public briefing provided in our NVIDIA RTX Press Conference WrapUp.
In terms of actual game announcements, this year was a little dry. We suspect a behind-the-scenes focus on the next-generation gaming consoles currently known as PlayStation 5 and Xbox Project Scarlet (names may change closer to their release) have something to do with the lack of major AAA showings. That being said, there was still plenty of closer looks at upcoming titles to get excited about and we’ve decided to cover most of it at once here in this piece.
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Jensen Huang (CEO of NVIDIA) took stage in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany where almost half a million press, analysts, distributors, and other industry professionals meet yearly for Gamescom to host a special NVIDIA RTX 2018 Press Conference. During this full length presentation we were given the unveiling of a brand new graphics card series that had been heavily rumored for some time now. Incorporating next-generation video memory of top tier quality, a new 12 nano-meter manufacturing process, and a new focus on Ray Tracing, the NVIDIA RTX line of GPU hardware will be set to release this year with the first model becoming available next month on September 20, 2018.
There’s a lot of controversy surrounding the sudden change from GTX to RTX and it has left many gamers and tech experts scrambling to gather information about whether or not the RTX will be as big of a leap or as immediately compatible as NVIDIA claims. The jury is still out on that, and it would be best to both pay attention to emerging analysis as well as keep an open mind over the coming months, for now though, here’s everything we know…
Continue reading Gamescom 2018: NVIDIA RTX Press Conference Full WrapUp & Videos
Today Nintendo has provided a new Direct presentation all about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in which our late-night rumor from last night came true. Simon Belmont has been announced for the Nintendo Switch exclusive game and a lot more!
Continue reading Nintendo Direct 8.8.18 – Full WrapUp & Video
The “love it or hate it” shooter franchise from Activision Blizzard, Call of Duty, has dropped story mode this time around in favor of Zombies, Multiplayer, and an all-new Battle Royale system called ‘Blackout’ which has drawn much fan criticism and controversy already. PS4 users will get the chance to play first.
Continue reading Black Ops 4 Private Beta has launched on PS4, hits Xbox next week
One of the most interesting exploration and survival titles around is arriving on the PlayStation platform later this year. Announced today, hot off the presses, Sunless Sea and its Zubmariner DLC have been revealed as a combined package for the PS4. Taking place in Fallen London and heavily focusing on literature-drive gameplay experience, the RPG of of the ocean was praised by the late TotalBiscuit in his WTF Is… Video Series.
Continue reading Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Edition comes to PS4
The team behind LittleBigPlanet has done it again. Dreams is a PS4 exclusive project that’s been in the works for many years. With this title you’ll be able to craft experiences as abstract as a spirit journey or as defined as an interactive story book, then share it with the world who discover your content while ‘Dream Surfing’. It’s been indescribable compared to LBP which was marketed simply as “make your own games”, but today we learned more about it’s true potential.
As part of a Gothic Novel Game Jam presented by Media Molecule, an hour long broadcast which included assets made in-game being assembled into a Demon’s Souls re-creation, all within Dreams itself. The press has jokingly named it ‘Dreamon’s Souls’ and it has impressed the gaming community while reigniting discussion around this project.
Continue reading Demon’s Souls re-created in Dreams (PS4) at Gothic Novel Game Jam
THQ Nordic has revealed what they intend to focus on during Gamescom 2018 which takes place in just 27 days in Cologne, Germany on August 21, 2018 and is one of the biggest gaming events in the world for 8 years running. Many European and American game companies showcase their titles at the event with Japanese studios also using Gamescom as an additional pillar to spread their promotions among.
Continue reading Pre-Gamescom 2018: THQ Nordic teases Biomutant, Darksiders III, and more
The San Diego Comic Con and Los Angeles Anime Expo events of 2018 played host to a few important updates on games that many fans are waiting for. Lego DC Super-Villains, Telltale’s The Walking Dead: The Final Season, Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition, and Marvel’s Spider-Man were among the titles showcased at this year’s west coast events aimed towards comic book fans and the anime community.
Continue reading SDCC & Anime Expo 2018: New trailers for Tales of Vesperia, Spider-Man, and more
Releasing for PC in a week, This Is The Police 2 receives a new trailer today. THQ Nordic presents Weappy Studio’s sequel to the 2016 indie hit title encapsulating the strategy, comedy, and tragedy of managing a fictional police squadron.
Originated from the Kickstarter community, This Is The Police has gone on to become a successful commercial release and found itself welcomed into THQ Nordic’s publishing portfolio with open arms. The controversies surrounding real life police brutality issues were a source of criticisms for a game built for fun-factor and gameplay, which is a shame and a symptom of our overly politicized industry. The sequel takes place in a small town, and as such, should be immune to such criticisms. It’s a border town called Sharpwood which should lead to entirely new situations with a variety of crimes to stop and a completely different story-line.
Continue reading New trailer released for This Is The Police 2 (PC / PS4 / Switch / Xbox)
Compulsion Games will bring the nightmare of a world censored of free thought to light in We Happy Few when it launches worldwide on August 10, 2018 for PS4, Xbox, and PC platforms. Compulsion Games has previously released Contrast, which we reviewed back in 2013 mostly praising the atmosphere and narrative focus of the puzzle / platformer. Gearbox will publish the originally crowd-funded action / adventure survival title which pairs the desperation of rebelling against a powerful dystopian society with a narrative exploring the right to have individual feelings as a driving force.
Continue reading We Happy Few gets a new trailer and screenshots ahead of August release