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Friday, August 16, 2019

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes PC and PS4 Release Date

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes to return for PC and PS4 release this October as a Complete Edition.

After debuting for Nintendo Switch console back in January 2019, action-adventure hack and slash game Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes was officially announced for PC via Steam and PlayStation 4 at MomoCon 2019 in May.

An assassin and unlikely hero Travis Touchdown will return on above-mentioned platforms with his signature beam katana on October 17, 2019, effectively leaving a timed Switch-exclusivity nine months after its original launch.

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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes PC and PS4 Release Date

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A brand-new trailer showcases gameplay bits and featured digital content for the game when it arrives later this year.




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Both PS4 and Steam version are coming in a bundle titled as Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition that includes the base game and two post-launch DLCs, Black Dandelion and Bubblegum Fatale.

Additional content includes new chapters, exclusive skills, playable characters and much more. Already available on digital storefronts for a price of $39.99, you can receive a 10% discount by placing your pre-order before release.

RELATED: Humble Store Big in Japan Sale 2019

A spin-off title of No More Heroes franchise, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes ports are being handled by Marvelous Inc. and Xseed Games while Grasshopper Manufacture remained on their role as developer.

A mainline follow-up sequel No More Heroes III was announced by director/producer Goichi Suda and Nintendo back at E3 2019 press event that currently has an expected release window set for 2020 on Nintendo Switch.

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Humble Store Big in Japan Sale 2019

Big in Japan Sale 2019 comes with deals on Jump Force, RPG Maker, Yakuza and more at Humble Store.

Lately, Humble Store just launched Big in Japan Sale 2019 today on August 15, 10:00 AM PDT that features some amazing discount deals on PC games from big-name Japanese publishers and offer up to 90% off on a selection of games.

Many fan-favorite titles from renowned studios like Bandai Namco, Degica, Idea Factory, NIS America, Sega and Sekai Project came forward with slick offers of this summer that a hardcore fan wouldn't dare to miss at any cost.

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Humble Store Big in Japan Sale 2019

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2011 puzzle-platform game Catherine by developer Atlus was originally released for last generation of consoles and saw launch for PC platform from Sega earlier this year as Catherine Classic, available now at 33% discount.

PC version of tactical role-playing titles Valkyria Chronicles and Valkyria Chronicles 4 from Media Vision are now 66% less. Also, Yakuza 0 and Yakuza Kiwami from known action-adventure franchise on 50% and 25% respectively.

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Fans of Sh┼Źnen Jump universe and crossover fighting game Jump Force can purchase the game for half of its price at $29.99 only. Deluxe and Ultimate Edition of the game is both down to 40% price, which includes additional characters.

Bandai Namco latest action-adventure title One Piece: World Seeker comes at 40% less and Deluxe Edition is off 30%. NIS America brings Disgaea (65%), Disgaea 2 (60%) and Disgaea 5 Complete (40%) from named tactical RPG series.

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Games that have seen significant price drop on this grand offer are notably D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die (75%), Onechanbara Z2: Chaos (60%), RPG Maker MV (75%), The Silver Case (60%) and Way of the Samurai 4 (70%) so far.

You will get a unique Steam key for each of your purchased titles to redeem them and add to your library of PC games. Big in Japan Sale 2019 is here at Humble Store for a little while and it will run until August 22, 10:00 AM PDT.

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Fanatical Summer Sale 2019

Fanatical is offering over 90% discount for Summer Sale 2019 on major PC games of this year and beyond.

Summer 2019 is here and renowned online video game retail outlet Fanatical just launched their Summer Sale 2019 offering exciting discount deals on some of this year's best titles on Steam for PC platform, something you can't afford to miss.

Just days ago, developer/publisher Capcom announced to earn record profit from major releases like Devil May Cry 5 (43%), Monster Hunter: World (51%) and Resident Evil 2 Remake (43%), all included within this scorching deal.

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Fanatical Summer Sale 2019

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In top seller section, we have Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition, Dark Souls: Remastered, Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, Frostpunk, Okami HD, Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition and Yakuza Kiwami with Tokyo Xanadu eX+ adding up as a "STAR DEAL".

Some of their top discounted titles are Borderlands: The Handsome Collection (97%), Deponia (90%), Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (85%) SimCity 4 Deluxe Edition (90%) and Lords of the Fallen: Game of the Year Edition (85%).

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Franchise collection that saw heavily reduce are Commandos Collection, Deus Ex Bundle, Devil May Cry Bundle, F.E.A.R. Bundle, Metro Redux Bundle, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Bundle, Tomb Raider Bundle and Tropico 4: Collectors Bundle.

Even if you are low on budget, you can still grab titles like Bayonetta, Borderlands 2, Dead Island Definitive Edition, Hitman: Blood Money, Just Cause 3, Layers of Fear, Metro 2033 Redux, Resident Evil 4 and Tomb Raider under $5 only.

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Fanatical Games Sale Under $5

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Of course, you will not have to limit yourself with latest games if you already have a back catalog and then you can get going with many older titles, also existing on their list and most of them come with a great price-off right now.

Fanatical summer sale allows you to go crazy with your orders like every year and even with marginal funds, you can bag some Steam games that are under a $1 after their offered discount is taken into account to keep you busy this season.

Saturday, August 3, 2019

Slay the Spire on Humble Monthly Bundle

Roguelike deck-building game Slay the Spire and tactical shooter title Squad is Early Unlock games in Humble Monthly Bundle for September.

What if a game would cook up a mixture of roguelike gameplay elements with deck-building card game? It is likely that developer studio MegaCrit had the same thoughts when they came up with Slay the Spire for Early Access in 2017.

Of course, Humble Bundle has seen potential for this indie title and decides to become its publisher. Earlier this year, the game saw a full release on multiple platforms and is now included in Humble Monthly Bundle for September 2019.

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Slay the Spire and Squad on Humble Monthly Bundle

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Also joining along is first-person tactical shooter title Squad from developer/publisher Offworld Industries that was funded through Kickstarter. These two are currently announced as Early Unlock game with more to unveil on September 2019.

For a minimum amount of only $12 per month, you can choose to subscribe to Humble Monthly Bundle that offers players a handful of games each month on PC platform and are revealed each month on first Friday.

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Last month, there were 60 Parsecs, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Love is Dead, Moonlighter, NAIRI: Tower of Shirin, Road Redemption and Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus in Humble Bundle lineup that has a total value of $136.

In August 2019, monthly subscribers got games like Almost ThereDon't Give UpKingdom Come: DeliveranceRising Storm 2: VietnamSurviving MarsSwords and Soldiers 2: ShawarmageddonThe Adventure Pals and Yoku's Island Express.

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August 2019 Humble Monthly Bundle Games

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Not only this subscription model is an ideal one for PC gamers but also pretty convenient since there were not many monthly services offering you bunch of games that you can redeem with codes and own in your Steam library forever.

Although Xbox Game Pass for PC and Game Pass Ultimate service offers you a large collection of over 100 great games, they don't come close to Humble Monthly because those titles eventually leave their platform after a certain time.

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 Won't Let You Attack Children or Story NPC

Although you can fight almost anyone in Night City, Cyberpunk 2077 will not let you hurt kids or NPCs related to story.

An open-world game, upcoming role-playing title Cyberpunk 2077 from developer/publisher CD Projekt Red will allow players freedom to become whoever they want to be as player character V or do almost whatever they wish to do in Night City.

People can hurt others or even take on a role of a pacifist by not killing anyone at all and yet complete all tasks. Despite having very little in-game player restrictions, you won't be able to violently attack any children or NPCs essential to story.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Won't Let You Attack Children or Story NPC

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Of course there are people that come after you and you have to fight back or there are gang members and corporate jerks that you would want to give a beating but there are still limits to who you can or cannot physically harm.

So, if you are intend to be aggressive towards everyone around you or go on a murderous spree, children and NPCs important to game story will be protected, according to a recent response on Reddit from a CDPR representative.

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In-Game Player Restrictions

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Also, trying to aggressive and antagonize folks have their unique consequences; especially if you decide to pick a fight with gangs or start causing trouble in a police-controlled area, they sure would react and even come after you.

Previously, developer/publisher Bethesda made it so that players of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim would not be able to hurt or kill children by making them unkillable to do away with problematic portrayals of any violence against children.

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CDPR actually took a pretty thoughtful step to avoid further unnecessary debacle regarding people getting upset over sensitive subjects as child abuse in a video game by protecting them while making almost everyone else fair game.

CD Projekt Red has already been in controversies regarding transgender representation and minority groups in Cyberpunk 2077 but creator Mike Pondsmith, who came to their defense suggesting the studio is paying proper respect to cultural difference.

Friday, July 5, 2019

Kingdom Come: Deliverance on Humble Monthly Bundle

Medieval action RPG title Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been added to Humble Monthly Bundle for August.

Fans of action role-playing experience can sure appreciate a game like Kingdom Come: Deliverance that came out last year from developer/publisher Warhorse Studios after it was crowdfunded on Kickstarter and become a Steam top-seller.

Deliverance is chosen to become an Early Unlock game alongside city building simulation title Surviving Mars from developer Haemimont Games and publisher Paradox Interactive in Humble Monthly Bundle ahead of August 2019.

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance on Humble Monthly Bundle

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By spending a relatively small amount of only $12 per month for your subscription, members are getting access to a number of AAA or indie games each month for PC platform, which are eventually revealed on first Friday of each month.

Except for recent debut of Xbox Game Pass for PC, there were no comparable monthly services on the platform but Humble Monthly offers to redeem a bunch of games with Steam codes each month to add them to your library forever.

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Last month, a collection of games like 911 Operator, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Duskers, Paratopic, Pool Panic and Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered has made it to monthly Humble Bundle lineup with an overall value of $139 in total.

July 2019 has offered similar values for your bucks by including titles such as 60 Parsecs, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Love is Dead, Moonlighter, NAIRI: Tower of Shirin, Road Redemption and Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus.

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July 2019 Humble Monthly Bundle Games

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Of course, Game Pass for PC lets you sign up for as low as $1 for starting month and gives you access to more than a 100 games for just $9.99 monthly, they are about to leave the service at some point when new games are going to be added.

On that note, even though Humble Monthly gives you a few handpicked titles out of many, they are yours to keep without ever being worried of them leaving and it also contributes to charity programs by donating from your each purchase.

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.

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 Cosplay Contest Announced

CD Projekt Red has announced official cosplay contest for Cyberpunk 2077 worth $40K prize pool.

If people already weren't hyped enough for upcoming role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 from developer/publisher CD Projekt Red, actor Keanu Reeves (Constantine, The Matrix) intensified it sky high by appearing at Xbox E3 2019 press event.

Too make it even bigger than it already is, CDPR has just announced an official cosplay contest based on their anticipated story-driven RPG with a total prize pool $40,000 that will conclude in 2020 through a Grand Finale event live.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Cosplay Contest Announced

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Anyone interested to participate will have to design a costume or getup based on a character that already exists within fictional universe of Cyberpunk and was shown in any official materials like poster, screenshots or even trailer.

Very soon, there will be an official cosplay guide on their official website to help contestants create their desired getup. You can take part by submitting your entry online anytime before November 30, 2:59 PM PT/11:59 PM CET.

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Customize Your Cosplay

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Or you can just show up on a few select events to showcase your designed costume on stage live and one from each event will be picked for Grand Finale. You may want to take a look at event schedules in advance given below.

  • Gamescom (Cologne, Germany) August 21-24
  • PAX West (Seattle, USA) August 31-September 3
  • Tokyo Game Show, Tokyo, Japan, September 12-15
  • Igromir (Moscow, Russia), October 4-7
  • Paris Games Week (Paris, France), October 30-November 3

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Only 10 finalists will make it to the red carpet Grand Finale in 2020, receiving $2,000 along with travel and accommodation costs. Top 3 will receive themed goodies and winner will take $15,000 on top of those and a chance to photoshoot for magazine cover.

Arranging public competition to heavily promote video game projects before launch is nothing new for video game developers but it surely is impressive to see how generously this Polish studio intends to compensate their participants.

RELATED: Cyberpunk 2077 E3 2019 Demo Will Be Revealed at PAX West

Before getting started, take some inspiration from the footage below or just go posing as Johnny Silverhand.




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Although there was some bad press regarding racial representation earlier but was debunked by its creator Mike Pondsmith eventually. Regardless of whatever controversy it faces, loyal fan-base of CDPR apparently has their back.

Cyberpunk 2077 is currently scheduled to release on 16 April, 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. PC version of the game will be available via Epic Games Store, GOG and Steam digital distribution platforms for downloading online.