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Monaco is almost yours

Monaco Passes Certification

  It may be hard to believe, but after what after seems like an eternity, Pocketwatch Games has announced that their upcoming game, Monaco, has passed Microsoft certification. While no release date has been provided, we can anticipate that it is going to be coming early this spring.  ...

by Andrew Gaskill 2
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Free and paid DLC in the works

Soul Sacrifice Video Features Four Minutes of Savage Spell Casting

Soul Sacrifice looms ever closer, now just a few short months away. I finally got my hands on the Japanese language demo and took it for a spin. Comcept's third person foray into spell casting fueled by self mutilation is a wild ride. Once again I was instantly reminded that I still can't read Japanese. You think I'd get on that. Lucky for me, my badass menu navigation skills are universal. I battled my way through the menus until I got to the real meat of the game. If you have an extra Vita memory card and a Japanes PSN account I highly recommend checking it out. 

by Andrew Gaskill 1
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Exclusive outfits! Magical Items! Japanese voice-overs?

Souls Sacrifice US Release Date, Pre-order Bonuses Revealed

Soul Sacrifice finally has an official release date. The four player cooperative game will be available in retailers and downloadable through the PlayStation Network on April 30th. Set in a dark fantasy world, players must sacrifice objects to harness magical spells. The more valuable the item, the more powerful the magic.  "Swordmaster's Seedlings" and "Giant's Bones" are good for basic combat, but what happens when you are faced with a truly  daunting enemy? Maybe you'll have to sacrifice one of your own limbs, or another player -- maybe even yourself. 

by Andrew Gaskill 0
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Maybe this time they won't suck.

Earth Defense Force 2025 Will Feature Co-Op Vehicles

Earth Defense Force 2017 didn't have much going for it when it came west back in 2007. It didn't look very good, it was rather repetitive, and the vehicles were an uncontrollable nightmare. Still, it won a place in many gamers' hearts, including my own. It was moderately successful, and became a cult classic. EDF 2017 was recently ported to the PlayStation Vita. We'll post a review on that version tomorrow. It's also getting a proper sequel, titled Earth Defense Force 2025. I don't know if the vehicles will be any better, but one things certain, there's a lot of them. 

by Andrew Gaskill 3
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Battle giant bugs on a small scale.

Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable Out Next Month

Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable will be out early next year. How early? How about January 8th, which is just in time to catch the trade-in rush from all those single playthrough games you got for Christmas. This announcement literally doubles our title count for co-op games coming out in January. Hopefully some more games pop up, or it's going to be a long a winter.

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