Showing posts with label Spike Chunsoft. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Spike Chunsoft. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Xbox Game Pass to Add Bloodstained, Jump Force and More

A new wave of games hits Xbox Game Pass for September 2019 including Bloodstained, Jump Force and more.

Halfway through September, members are getting updated with new lineup of Xbox Game Pass titles coming their way. Players on Xbox One with a monthly membership to its subscription service are going to have some great time.

Current bunch only consists of titles that are on consoles, some of which will join for PC soon. Also joining to this group is roguelite title Bad North: Jotuun Edition for Xbox One that was previously added for PC and Game Pass Ultimate.

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Xbox Game Pass to Add Bloodstained, Jump Force and More

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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
A modern day side-scroller action title with RPG elements, Bloodstained was born from a Kickstarter campaign by developer ArtPlay and rose to mainstream fame for being a content-packed game from metroidvania genre.

You play as a cursed orphan named Miriam, who fights to save her body from slowly crystallizing and of course, for the sake of humankind. Players get to raid some demon-filled castle in 18th century England through the dark of night.

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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night on Xbox Game Pass

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DiRT Rally 2.0
A sequel to acclaimed rally racing game, DiRT Rally 2.0 from developer/publisher Codemasters takes you to some iconic locations and offers a realistic racing experience like never before that is solely focused on realistic driving physics.

While sitting behind the wheels of most powerful off-road vehicles, get immersed into real-life environments from across the globe. It also features varying weather conditions and some remastered maps from original DiRT Rally.

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DiRT Rally 2.0 on Xbox Game Pass

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Jump Force
Manga crossover fighting game Jump Force from developer Spike Chunsoft and publisher Bandai Namco is coming with more new fighters than it had at launch and they added Dragon Ball Z character Majin Buu last month.

Players create their own custom character to join forces with groups of renowned heroes from "Jump" manga world like Goku, Monkey D. Luffy and Naruto to stop their realities from slowly merging into real worlds in story mode.

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Jump Force on Xbox Game Pass

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LEGO Worlds
Introducing some Minecraft-like vibes into an open-world LEGO crafting game, developer Traveller's Tales and publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment lets you play with LEGO bricks in a procedurally generated world.

Unleash your creativity and freely build whatever you can think of by manipulating surrounding world of yours. Build anything brick by brick or just pick prefabricated structures for quick assembly and start working on customization.

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LEGO Worlds on Xbox Game Pass

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Players on PC platform can expect to see another new wave of great games heading their way soon on Game Pass and if you haven't already, subscribe to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate right now spending only $2 for your first two months.

Be sure to have a great experience with new titles joining an ever expanding catalog of Xbox Game Pass and take your time to complete each ones without rushing to another since they are not getting away anywhere, anytime soon.

Thursday, July 4, 2019

Robotics;Notes Elite Getting Western Release

Anime Expo 2019 came bearing news of Robotics;Notes Elite getting 2020 a Western release from Spike Chunsoft.

Although publisher Spike Chunsoft has already released visual novel Robotics;Notes Elite for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in January 2019, there was a public appeal to launch a localized version for English-speaking audiences.

Apparently, a petition on Change.org made by 3,602 supporting fans to translate the VN experience is now officially successful as R;N Elite is getting released in North America and Europe in 2020 for PC via Steam, PS4 and Switch.

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Robotics;Notes Elite Getting Western Release

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Spike Chunsoft dropped an official trailer to officially announce Western release for R;N today at Anime Expo 2019.




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Robotics;Notes has debuted back in 2012 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles as third main entry that belonged to Science Adventure series of science fiction visual novels like Chaos;Head and Steins;Gate from developer 5pb.

Its story revolves around Kaito Yashio, who is from Tanegashima island and a member of his school's Robot Research Club. However, club leader Akiho Senomiya is determined to save their club from being shut down by creating a giant robot.

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Robotics;Notes Elite will have Kaito explore areas to unlock secrets of "Kimijima Report" using PhoneDroid and features branching storyline that would lead players to experience multiple endings depending on choices made throughout the VN.

On their second attending of Anime Expo this year, the Japanese publisher also gave confirmation for Robotics;Notes DaSH, another 5pb project selected for Western localization, which also happens to be a sequel to R;N Elite.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Jump Force Story Trailer

Newly released Jump Force story trailer from Bandai Namco finally explains how the heroes came together and fight!

Anime lovers are going to have a ton of fun in 14 February 2019 when crossover fighting game Jump Force will arrive for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One from developer Spike Chunsoft and publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment.

The game was announced back at E3 2018 and will employ a 3-on-3 tag team fighting system rather than the common gameplay style of 1v1. Until now, the title confirmed to bring 30 characters from different series and now 3 more arrives via a new story trailer.

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Jump Force Story Trailer

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Adding three new fan-favorite names to the roster, the official story trailer finally breaks down the how all the manga characters featured in the game are fitting together.




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Boa Hancock from One Piece, Deku from My Hero Academia, Renji Abarai of Bleach and Trunks from Dragon Ball universe has joined the fray and made the roster a total of 33 playable characters until further update on any more inclusion.

Trunks place a cube to the ground and activate it as all the good guys are then assembled in Umbras Base. There, they learn that all other realities (or various canons) are collectively known as "Jump" and they are about to kick some bad-guy butt when they are here.

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Jump Force Adds Boa Hancock from One Piece
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Jump Force Adds Deku from My Hero Academia
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Jump Force Adds Renji Abarai from Bleach
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Jump Force Adds Trunks from Dragon Ball

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You can also create and customize you own character which you can see in the trailer. Looks like players can apply a wide array of different hair, looks, style and movesets to their unique spirit during the avatar creation. You can even mix-up signature moves of other characters to your own.

Following their ground-breaking success with Dragon Ball FighterZ in 2018, Bandai Namco made a very wise move by taking on another anime-inspired mash-up fighting game as their next project. A great new year is coming for anime fans in 2019.