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Impressions from the Bandai Namco Event Summer 2015

Tales of Zestiria and Dark Souls III Preview

Last week, I headed over to the Bryant Park Hotel to attend the Bandai Namco NYC Showcase Event. There they had a ton of their upcoming releases for the next few quarters. Of course, I was interested in the titles featuring co-op, which meant I spent a lot of time talking to the representatives for Tales of Zestiria and Dark Souls III.

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Maybe you'll get your $40 worth after all

New Taken King Screens and the Changes in Store for Destiny

The first year of Destiny has been a rather bumpy road. There have been some good moments, like the content in the "House of Wolves" expansion, and bad, like having to level up all your gear again. Developer Bungie has been saying they've been listening to all the feedback, and it looks like they were telling the truth.

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If first you don't succeed, Trine, Trine and Trine again

A Wizard, a Thief and a Knight Walk into a Bar on August 20th: Trine 3 Dated

There are some great looking games out there, but strangely many of the prettiest forgo the latest 3D graphics and instead build upon the look and feel of the 2D generation.  Trine is such a series and the third game; Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power, looks like the best looking yet and even goes as far as adding the third dimension.

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Also known as "Spooksville"

The Dark Souls III Gameplay Trailer Takes You To Skeleton Town

The grim universe of Dark Souls might best be described as "fantasy horror," though murdering a shambling undead for the trillionth time might diminish some of the "horror" element and turn it into boring ol' fantasy. That skeleton with a sword won't stay scary forever; he's gotta go to Spook School and learn some new methods of fright. From Software, not to be outdone by their previous entries, set out to up the terror quotient with Dark Souls 3

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HUD changes, weapon changes, and "more story-driven" quests

Destiny's Forthcoming Revisions for Taken King

The one year anniversary of Destiny is fast approaching. Last year, we were pretty excited to see what all the game had in store for us. This year... well, we're a bit more tempered. There have been some highlights over the past year, but also a lot of missteps. Developer Bungie assures its community that it is listening and has some big changes around the bend.

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Also featured are many hero deaths and shillelaghs

We Cast Magic Missile in Card Hunter

Long ago, in the days of yore, it all began with a man named Gary. Gary Gygax, that is, the co-designer behind the highly influential tabletop RPG, Dungeons and Dragons. The free-to-play deck building/RTS/faux tabletop game Card Hunter pays great homage to these and recently added a three player co-op mode, so what better game to check out so close to the legend's birthday.

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An interesting change to the game

New Bloodborne Patch Will Scale Lower Level Players to Host

The Souls series and, by extension, Bloodborne haven't always been the easiest when it comes to connecting with your friends. Arguments about core mechanics of how summons are intended to work aside, it appears that gothic horror adventure title will be getting a patch next week to make matching easier and, more intriguing, to scale the stats of lower level players to the host.

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