Showing posts with label Adventure. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Adventure. Show all posts

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Out Now

Visual novel legal drama adventure game Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy from Capcom is now available on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Time to put on your best attorney suit and shiny badges for some courtroom drama as developer/publisher Capcom has released Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One today.

Ace Attorney Trilogy looks at bringing back classic courtroom adventure of Game Boy Advance consoles from 2001 back in modern day gaming platforms with better designed UI and improved new artwork to make it look better than ever.

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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Out Now

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Previously featured pixelated drawings in PWAA series of early 2000s are all replaced with gorgeous hand-drawn artwork that complements the original. This way, intensity of courtroom battles became more invigorating on screen.

Mr. Wright used to look a bit dim in comparison to his recent overhaul and now that developers have redone every character from the series with crisp graphics, the blue color of his suits looks amazingly sharp and brighter than ever.

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New Presentation of Wendy Oldbag

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Original format of this visual novel adventure interface has been touched up too for presenting on 16:9 wide screens. Backgrounds are enhanced to look more vibrant that even security guard Wendy Oldbag appears more stunning than you remember.

Legal system of Phoenix Wright series is changed and different than real life for good as there will only be a single judge who would preside over both defense and prosecution without waiting for a jury to deliver verdict while pleading for a case is ongoing.

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Investigate Crime Scenes

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Since a regular trial will take could take maximum of three days, you are free to investigate crime scenes before hashing things out eventually. Gathering evidence and interrogating witnesses is a key part to save your client in courtroom.

This anticipated HD remaster collection will make investigating easier for newcomers and veterans by indicating whether or not you need to inspect something. So look for everything, review items in Court Record and show people your attorney's badge.

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Updated Maya Intelligence Network

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An official announcement trailer was released by Capcom earlier that gives you a peak of rookie attorney Phoenix in action.




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The collection includes titles Ace Attorney: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney − Justice for All and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney − Trials and Tribulations from the renowned legal drama franchise to capture its essential features.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy comes with a language patch that allows players to enjoy the game in French, German, Korean, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese language when you meet your series favorites back in court.

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Release Date

Capcom brings back classic courtroom adventures in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy, coming in April 9, 2019.

Originally debuting on Game Boy Advance console back in 2001, visual novel Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney from saw a Western release as a port for Nintendo DS in 2005. Since then, the series saw several mainline sequels and spin-off to come out in later years.

Courtesy of developer/publisher Capcom, first three main games of the franchise are now bundled together as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy to launch on April 9, 2019, for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Release Date

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Capcom announced the arrival of their classic courtroom adventure to everyone's favorite platform via an official trailer added below.




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Ace Attorney saga begins with Phoenix Wright donning his bright blue suit before heading to a trail for his childhood friend Larry Butz accused of murder. Aided by his assistant Maya Fey, he prepares to butt heads with prosecutor Miles Edgeworth and discovers an elaborated plot.

Phoenix Wright: Justice for All takes places a few months after the first game and Phoenix is already a rising star among his peers. Though prosecutor Franziska von Karma is whipping him at every move, he sees through people's lies using the new Psyche-Lock system.

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Brutal Prosecutor Miles Edgeworth

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By the time the original trilogy reaches to Trials and Tribulations, PW goes back and forth in present and past through flashbacks. Players dives deep into his past with Mia Fey, elder sister of his assistant Maya Fey when Phoenix was an accused art student.

Regardless of your early day courtroom experience on Game Boy consoles, Capcom delivers a bunch of new gameplay improvements and a modern UI for current consoles. Ace Attorney as you loved it and remember retains all of its lovable aspects to stay true to the roots.

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PWAA collection offers a total of 14 episodes from the first three games that use cultural influence of Japan on localizations of United States. Overall, the franchise has sold over a staggering 6.7 million copies worldwide by the end of 2018.

Capturing the fan-favorite courtroom adventure VN series, Ace Attorney Trilogy is currently available to pre-purchase for $29.99 only and doing so for PS4 version will earn you a pixel theme full of wallpaper and icons as bonus.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Catherine: Full Body Collector's Edition Announced

A hardcover art book, metal case, musical tracks and adorable Sheep Plush are what Catherine: Full Body Collector's Edition offers.

The enhanced port of 2011 puzzle platformer Catherine had a scheduled launch date for Japan ever since it was announced and now finally, Catherine: Full Body has a release window of September 3, 2019 for players of Western and European countries as well.

Also, developer/publisher Atlus has recently dropped details on two available collector's edition of the original remake from PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 along with a new trailer for fans to tease the fans some more on Valentine’s Day.

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Catherine: Full Body Collector's Edition Announced

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Atlus also released a "Fine Wine" trailer as part of their ongoing tease with the tragic tale of protagonist Vincent Brooks.




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Premium Edition of the game is currently available as "Heart's Desire Premium Edition" in North America for only $79.99. The Collector's Box package it comes in resembles to the stages of the game that appears to be made of climbing blocks.

It includes a hardcover art book, metal case, a fluffy 5" sheep plush wearing Vincent's pink polka dot underwear and soundtrack CD. Launch Edition of the title on the other hand is a physical copy of the game coming in a limited edition metal case for a list price of $59.99 only.

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Catherine: Full Body Launch Edition

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Both of these exclusive editions are now up for pre-order at Amazon and would be a must for anyone who is excited to enjoy the game while eager to have some official goodies to collect for keeps; especially the art book by lead designer Shigenori Soejima.

Like a full-bodied bottle of wine, Catherine: Full Body remaster is coming with over 500 puzzles for PlayStation 4, which is twice as much content than the original game. Vincent's twisted love triangle can also be enjoyed in a "Safety Mode" by skipping puzzles.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Catherine Classic on PC Out Now

Sega introduces the PC port for action-adventure puzzle title of 2011 as Catherine Classic, available now on Steam.

It was only a week ago when publisher Sega decided to tease players of the upcoming release of Catherine on PC platform through the News tab of the Steam page for Bayonetta, which was then confirmed shortly after by an ESRB Rating.

Today, the critically and commercially successful 2011 puzzle platformer from Japanese developer Atlus has made its way to the digital storefront of Steam and Humble Store, debuting on Windows PC as Catherine Classic, a port to the original console release.

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Catherine Classic on PC Out Now

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Sega was also generous enough to drop an official announcement trailer for series fans from the past and the normies to sink their teeth in.




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The recently launched port has received a several upgrades over the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 console versions. Players can unlock the frame rate while enjoying the nightmare quests in 4K resolution with now customizable controls for a better experience.

Also, the game offers you to choose between English and Japanese-language voiceover, something that was not a part of Western release in the past. Catherine Classic is priced $19.99 only and comes with all three original game modes.

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Although you get to play the story campaign and enjoy the two existing multiplayer modes, Atlus decided not to include an online multiplayer feature, which they plan on to include on the remastered version of the game, Catherine: Full Body with a third character named Rin.

Full Body will come out later at some point on 2019 and the Western version of the game will only be launched on PlayStation 4. Catherine takes you to a twisted journey of love, betrayal and the terror of a romantic thriller of protagonist Vincent between three women in his life.

What Remains of Edith Finch Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store offers adventure game What Remains of Edith Finch completely free for a limited time.

Back in December 2018, video game developer/publisher Epic Games have offered to do a free game giveaway for PC every two weeks until the end of the year during their official announcement for the global launch of their digital storefront Epic Games Store.

First they gave up open-world survival-adventure Subnautica from Unknown Worlds Entertainment, then there was indie platform title Super Meat Boy from Team Meat and now they are offering first-person adventure game What Remains of Edith Finch for free!

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What Remains of Edith Finch Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Starting today, January 10, you can head over straight to the storefront to claim a free copy of the game that is typically sold for $7.99 only for your own using the Epic Games launcher. However, you should claim it before 8:59 PM PT/11:59 PM EST, January 24, 2019.

Developer Giant Sparrow and publisher Annapurna Interactive were the studios responsible for the creation of the game which is about a young woman named Edith Finch and mostly based on a strange house with a family curse.

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The player character will be exploring deaths of several members of Finch family in their long abandoned house. You ought to take the role of deceased family members died in bizarre and tragic ways years ago while investigating the blight that befall upon them.

Even though the title plays out in a slow paced motion where players are on a quest to discover how a generation died of unnatural causes while reliving those memories and having Edith Finch narrating the events that took place prior gives out a lot of creepy vibe, this is still not a horror game.

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Sitting on Swing

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What Remains of Edith Finch is considered as one of the best first-person stories by critics and fans alike and having it on your collection is worth it for sure. If you have already played before and were looking forward to play again, now you have a great excuse to do that.

What up next on the list of free giveaway of Epic Games Store is The Jackbox Party Pack, a series of party games from developer/publisher Jackbox Games and it comes on January 24 to stay up till February 7, 2019.

Friday, January 4, 2019

Catherine on PC Confirmed by ESRB

After teasing on Steam, a recently revealed ESRB rating confirms that puzzle platformer game Catherine is coming on PC.

Before Catherine: FullBody was announced for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita as a remaster version of the 2011 puzzle platformer Catherine by developer/publisher Atlus, the original title was also available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Recently, an image of a Sheep with its tongue out was posted on the news section of the Steam page for action-adventure title Bayonetta by publisher Sega and people took it as a hint of Catherine coming to PC but it was later confirmed by an ESRB Rating.

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Catherine on PC Confirmed by ESRB


Even though there was no solid confirmation, fans were quick to point out that Catherine is coming to PC seeing the sheep on the site and taking it as a messenger. What the curious players want to know now is which version of this puzzle adventure game are they getting?

The game gets a Mature 17+ rating from ESRB for most obvious reasons like having partial nudity, sexual themes and strong language within its content but people already knew that. The updated version, Catherine: Full Body has additional contents that have everyone interested in it.


To simplify things, we took a look at the Australian Classification Board rate for the game where it is titled as "Catherine Classic", which most likely to suggest that this one is the 2010 release version and it was submitted by Sega as well.

Having to re-release a game when they are already developing an updated version is pointless but is it because the company wants to keep Full Body as a Sony consoles exclusive while re-launch the original on Nintendo Switch, PC and Xbox One?


It doesn't sound simply anymore, does it? If Atlus wanted, they could simply make the game backwards compatible on Xbox One. Or maybe they are doing this because they wanted to avoid confusion among fans on which version are they getting by renaming it.

It could also be that Catherine Classic will add the newly introduced third girl named Rin and new endings for her but will not include the many newly developed animated cut scenes and content from Catherine: Full Body. We hope an official announcement clear this out soon.

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Joker from Persona 5 Comes to Catherine: Full Body

Catherine: Full Body introduces Persona 5's Phantom Thief, Joker as a playable character in latest trailer.

Not long after the announcement of adding Joker from role-playing game Persona 5 to crossover fighting game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate at The Game Awards 2018 as the 76th fighter of the game, developer/publisher Atlus came forward with more plans for him.

Joker will be a part of Catherine: Full Body, which is an upcoming remastered version of 2011 puzzle platformer video game Catherine from the same company, currently scheduled to release on February 14, 2019 for Japan only.

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Joker from Persona 5 Comes to Catherine: Full Body

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An official trailer featuring the gameplay footage of Joker is released that showcases him climbing the nightmare towers.




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Joker, the protagonist from the popular JRPG title will be a playable character and his involvement to the fray was announced back in September 2018 along with a few other related contents and the gameplay video was meant to display his playing style.

Whereas we usually see Vincent trying to climb his way to the top of never-ending series of towered blocks, the Phantom Thief makes it look easier with precision and his quick speed, which make it seems like he is meant for solving this sort of haunted puzzles.

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Catherine: Full Body adds a brand-new character Rin to cause a friction between two other main characters, Catherine and Katherine. She is a pianist from Stray Sheep and players can choose from 11 different vocals to be her voice in the Japanese release.

Aside from teasing his appearance, Atlus never revealed whether the game will arrive on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita worldwide same time as they will on Japan or would come at a later date. Same can be said about the arrival of Joker in a DLC when the game finally launches.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Limbo and Inside Coming to Nintendo Switch

Two of the puzzle-platformer games from recent years by developer Playdead are heading to Nintendo Switch later this month.

Two of the most popular yet underrated puzzle-platformer video games of recent times from Danish developer Playdead are Limbo (2010) and Inside (2016). After conquering every other major gaming platform like iOS, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, these titles are currently available on a few other devices as well. Now, the only place they needed to step on is Nintendo Switch and Playdead is bringing them on Nintendo's next gen console next week, on June 28.

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Limbo and Inside Coming To Nintendo Switch

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Back in 2010, the developers released Limbo as a black-and-white 2D platformer through Xbox Live Arcade and it has managed to garner positive reviews despite lacking a minimal story background. Because of an impressive sales record, the game was then ported to literally every other modern gaming platform including Android, iOS, Linux and Mac. Then a seven years gap took in before Inside debuted on Xbox One exclusively a week before PC and fellow consoles as its spiritual successor.

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Limbo is Creepy as Hell!

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The success of the first game made an impact to people's mind about what they are about to get in a follow-up game and Inside was praised even more for creating a compelling platforming experience with improved art, subtle plot and portrayal of a world shrouded in darkness. Inside has toned down the gory parts and delivered a lesser graphic rendition of events. Moving away from its predecessor's solid monochromatic color schemes, it chose to slightly highlight parts of the surrounding.

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The Switch release announcement was recently made by Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu on Twitter, which developer Playdead has Retweeted later to confirm.



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Following the E3 2018 press conference, list of upcoming Nintendo games announced for Switch is growing exponentially. Amidst the middle of battle royale game Fortnite heading to this console and Mario Tennis Aces releasing a multiplayer demo, ports from Playdead seemed to be forgotten until Famitsu reminded it to everyone. Besides, any of Limbo and Inside were never been ported to any Nintendo hardware and given their history of releasing for every available console, it was only about time they head to Switch.