Dragon's Crown stands out in a crowd. The bodacious character design is kind of hard to miss on the E3 showroom floor. As I circled Atlus's booth, avoiding the nice young women who were thrusting foam crowns upon the unworthy masses, I figured what the hell, let's stomp some goblins and look good doing it.
Last time we talked about TT Games' next LEGO entry, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, we got to see a few of the characters getting prepared to face off against one of the Marvel universe's biggest threats: Galactus' head silhouette. Today, we've got some fresh screens that show off a few of those heroes in action, as well as some of the quite beautiful environments in which they'll be battling. Anyone fans of Asgard?
Soul Sacrifice will receive it's second update of free DLC next week. On June 11th the Dwarf and Ogre Archfiends will be added to the Librom, along with eight new missions, or pacts. If it's anything like last week's "Headless Knight and Starved Citizenry" DLC you can expect two discovery pacts and six battle pacts.
If you walk around in a Chicken Suit in the real world, the only power you will get is the ability to be stared at by strangers. Thankfully, Guacamelee! is anything but the real world; instead it is a 2 player co-op side scrolling beat-em-up on PSN and Vita that now has new DLC in the form of three power providing suits. Other new DLC will allow players to swap characters mid-level for the first time; Cock-a-doodle-doo.
Free DLC is kind of like sex; even when it's bad, it's good. The new Soul Sacrifice DLC isn't bad. It's just brief. So the sex analogy still applies. The "Headless Knight and Starved Citizenry" pack features two new bosses, eight new missions (sort of), SNS (That's social network support. I had to look it up. I'm old. I admit it.) and a few other minor, but useful updates. There's also a new Black Rite, "Berserker," which can be downloaded separately. It's also free.
You may have seen some info on the free Soul Sacrifice DLC heading our way later this month. You may have even noticed the poster below in your local Gamestop. It's true: several new bosses have been confirmed as free DLC with eight of them having been identified. I would have mentioned something earlier, but I've been playing the game so much I forgot to write about it. This is easily my pick up and play guilty pleasure of the year (so far). If you haven't been keeping up with your Avalon Pacts, check out the image below and get an eyeful of the grotesque monsters soon to be marked for extermination.
Soul Sacrifice, a monster hunting game for the Playstation Vita, has been highly anticipated for quite some time now. Some have heralded it as a potential system seller for the Vita. Does it save the Vita or sacrifice your wallet? Find out in our Co-Op Review.
Soul Sacrifice is often compared to the Monster Hunter games for its party-based, monster-killing gameplay. Unsurprisingly, there are some big differences, and with its unique save-or-sacrifice mechanic as well as both online and Ad Hoc co-op, some questions about the co-op are sure to arise. We try to answer some of the FAQs in our Soul Sacrifice Co-Op FAQ.
Today we have two new trailers from Vanillaware's 2D brawler, Dragon's Crown. The side-scrolling fantasy game features six playable characters, two of which are on display here. The epic will focus on cooperation and replayability.
Seen Iron Man 3 already and can't wait until 2015 for Avengers 2? Well fear not web heads as LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is coming later this year. Not only can you create Avengers escapades, but the rest of the Marvel Universe will be on show, from Wolverine to Deadpool. Some of the available characters are in this new teaser trailer for the game, but as Iron Man suggests, they are going to need a few more heroes to help with this colossal problem.
Soul Sacrifice is less than a week away, and Sony wants to remind you the time to pre-order is running out. PlayStation.Blog recently posted the following video showcasing the bonus items you'll receive if you decide to pony up cash beforehand.
I was talking to Nick the other day and I let it slip that I had put around 25 hours into the Soul Sacrifice demo. And I don’t mean the Japanese version that came out months ago. Somehow, between playing and writing about all the games I’m supposed to be playing and writing about - and doing my part in the benevolent dictatorship my wife and I hold over a household full of pugs and children- I managed to play the Soul Sacrifice demo for an entire day (not in one sitting). It’s been out for less than a week. Embarassing, I know.
In a world filled with retro style releases, Guacamelee! shines above the rest. Even without the references to its predecessors, it stands on its own and Drinkbox should be proud for making such an exceptional game. The stunning art style, intelligent level design, and precise combat all come together as a tight package that allows Guacamelee! to stand as a flagpole title for this generation.
The Soul Sacrifice demo hits the PlayStation Store later today. Prepare to tear yourself apart in order to bring ruin to your enemies. The dark fantasy action RPG will force players to sacrifice themselves (and their co-op partners) to unlock powerful magic. Just look at that header image. I'm not an expert on spell casting, but I think I'd prefer a magical staff or a wand over this particular technique. To each their own.
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