Square Enix released, then promptly deleted, a trailer confirming a January release for Kingdom Heart 3's big DLC pack, Kingdom Hearts 3: Re Mind. From the looks of it, Kingdom Hearts 3: Re Mind will release on January 3 for PS4 and January 5 for Xbox One.The trailer also laid out some key plot points, which were of course snapped up long before Square Enix managed to erase the evidence. Chiefly among them are returns from multiple Final Fantasy characters; including Leon, Yuffie, and Aerith; and a playable Kairi."Re Mind – the other tale that unfolded during the climax of Kingdom Hearts 3. Determined to rescue Kairi, Sora travels to the Keyblade Graveyard a short time before the final battle was to take place. Lacking a corporeal form, he traces the hearts of the seven guardians of light. Through experiencing their personal battles firsthand, Sora is about to discover truths that he has never before imagined," reads the official description from the YouTube trailer.The … [Read more...] about Kingdom Hearts 3: Re Mind DLC now-deleted release trailer confirms the return of Final Fantasy characters
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By Tyler Fischer - December 6, 2019 10:27 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 When Blizzard revealed Overwatch 2 for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch back in November at BlizzCon, there was some confusion over whether it was a proper sequel or just a bloated expansion. Why? Well for a plethora of reasons. For one, there seemed to be a general lack of new content. Two, the new hero designs looked like simple revisions. And three because the multiplayer was going to be largely the same. In fact, if you own the first game you'll get all of the multiplayer content of the sequel. In other words, the big differentiator is the PvE story content, which will only be playable with the sequel. That said, there's been some criticism and Internet jabs thrown Blizzard's way, suggesting the game isn't really a sequel as much as an expansion. However, speaking to Edge Magazine, game director Jeff Kaplan ensured this isn't the case. “A sequel is a brand new game, with new … [Read more...] about Blizzard Defends Overwatch 2 Against Criticism About its Lacks of New Content
PlayStation's last episode of State of Play for 2019 sounds like a big one, with Sony promising a whopping "20 minutes of new game reveals, release date announcements, new gameplay footage, PlayStation Worldwide Studios updates, and more." It's exciting enough that we're getting multiple new game announcements, but I wonder if we'll see new gameplay footage from The Last of Us 2 or the Final Fantasy 7 remake. It's sure to be a doozy, so double-check your internet connection and keep this page open, as we've got the Twitch player embed you need up above.Here's when the event will begin.Pacific time: 6am PSTEastern time: 9am ESTUK time: 3pm BSTUnfortunately, Sony has said that we won't be hearing any "next-gen" news in the next State of Play, so don't expect to hear anything about the PS5. Though, The Game Awards 2019 is happening just a couple days later on December 12, so there's definitely more news coming shortly thereafter.The Resident Evil community was spun into a frenzy this week … [Read more...] about How to watch the final PlayStation State of Play of 2019 and catch the new game reveals
By Chase Magnett - July 4, 2019 12:30 pm EDT Share 0 Comments 0 What do you think of first when someone mentions One-Punch Man? A deadpan sense of humor that transforms even the most horrific displays of violence into laugh riots? Character designs that have fleshed out a world filled with superheroes every bit as fascinating as those from Marvel and DC? Action and spreads packed with so much detail and energy that most manga readers are left drooling? All of these factors have made the current series from writer ONE and artist Yusuke Murata an international hit. However, there’s one element that's more and more prominent within the series and deserves additional attention as it develops: social satire. While One-Punch Man (in all its forms) has presented satirical elements from its start, many geared to the tropes of shonen and superhero comics, these have become more critical of social structures as the series continued. The organization of superheroes, … [Read more...] about One-Punch Man and the Myth of Meritocracy
THE PCG Q&AFind all previous editions of the PCG Q&A here. Some highlights:Has Half-Life: Alyx made you want to buy a VR headset?What's the best prison escape in a game?Has a game ever made you rethink your moral code?There are plenty of examples of government sims that turn politics into game mechanics—Democracy, Crusader Kings 2, whichever one of the Tropico series is the good one. If you want to govern, games have you covered.Politics is about who has power, and how much, and over who. So politics in games can go beyond the simulation of diplomacy and decision-making to also investigate how the balance of power affects the lives of our characters in other genres, whether it's imaginary factions they choose to support or their communities telling them how to live.From Fallout: New Vegas to Life is Strange, the fingerprints of politics are all over games. Which brings us to our weekend question: What's a game that handles politics well? Here are some of our … [Read more...] about What’s a game that handles politics well?