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An MMO that's 7 years old will still hold up, right?

Phantasy Star Online 2 Will Be Released Outside of Japan Next Year

Heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy... remember seven years ago when Sega said they'd bring their action-RPG MMO Phantasy Star Online 2 to the U.S.? Well, guess what?! They were telling the truth! ... Eventually! Amid all the other news coming out last week during E3 2019, the one bit that was perhaps the most surprising was that this F2P game would be making its way to the Xbox One and Windows 10 sometime "Spring 2020."

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Tom Nook's also got some prime beach property in Wyoming to sell you...

[E3 2019] - Animal Crossing: New Horizons Will Let You Build With Friends

E3 2019 may be over and done, but there are still a few news bits left to cover! The next Animal Crossing game, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, was finally revealed during Nintendo's E3 Direct last week, and during their Treehouse Live following that reveal, they showed off a bit of how the game looks/plays. As part of that demonstration, they also announced that there would be a lot of ways to play the game with friends and family.

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No longer a side-scrolling run-and-gun, the franchise is shifting to third-person twin-stick shooter

[E3 2019] - Contra Will Return This Fall With CONTRA: ROGUE CORPS

Here's an interesting thing to come out of E3: Konami is releasing a new ContraCONTRA: ROGUE CORPS appears to be a sort of sequel to Contra III: Alien Wars, which you can now enjoy for the first time or all-over again in the Contra Anniversary Collection, as the official background for the game reads "two years after the Alien Wars had ended..." and the game's director is Nobuya Nakazato, who was also the director for Contra III and Hard Corps. Regardless of where it falls within the larger Contra canon, the game looks... pretty... interesting.

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So many days in college spent on my PC with an emulator, a fan translation, and Seiken Densetsu 3...

[E3 2019] - Relive Your SNES aRPG Days With Collection of Mana

During their E3 Direct, Nintendo announced the Collection of Mana was coming to the States that very day (it's available to purchase digitally now). This bundle of the first three Mana games - Final Fantasy AdventureSecret of Mana, and Trials of Mana [aka Seiken Densetsu 3] - was released in Japan back in 2017, and fans of those titles gazed from afar wondering if they'd ever bring it to other territories. Amazingly, they have, and you can play all of these games in English, French, or German (and for Trials, Spanish, too).

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The year of "Gooigi"

[E3 2019] - Luigi's Mansion 3 Will Have A Few Different Co-Op Options

Last year, Nintendo revealed that Luigi would once again be busting (vacuuming?) some ghosts in Luigi's Mansion 3. At the time, though, all that was revealed was the game's existence and that it would be out sometime in 2019. During their E3 Nintendo Direct this week, they finally showed off more of the title and announced some exciting ways to play with friends: campaign co-op and "ScareScraper Mode."

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Few Details, Lots Of Content

[E3 2019] - Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order DLC Revealed

The upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order will have additional character packs available after release as DLC. These packs were revealed as part of Nintendo’s E3 event but few details were provided, with the official webpage for the game stating that the game will feature “The Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy, the X-Men, and more!” However the post then goes on to outline that you can “Then expand your ultimate alliance with the paid Expansion Pass, which includes upcoming DLC content from popular franchises like the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, and the Marvel Knights.”

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The Zombie Army That Just Won’t Die Is Back

[E3 2019] - Zombie Army 4: Dead War Gameplay And Trailer Reveal

The studio behind the previous three Zombie Army games, Rebellion, has revealed their newest installment in the series at the PC showcase during E3 2019. Zombie Army 4: Dead War was announced through a stylized trailer that can be found below, followed by a gameplay reveal soon after, which can also be found below. The game has no specific release date but is currently slated to arrive early 2020 across Xbox One, Playstation 4, and the Epic Game Store.

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GBA and connector cables optional

[E3 2019] - Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition Arrives This Winter

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition (henceforth abbreviated to FFCC Remaster because my typing skills don't need that much work) will be headed to the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Android, and iOS platforms sometime later this year. The game will still support four player co-op, but this time you'll have choice (on the consoles, at least). You can play with friends locally on the couch, or you can play online.

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There's a lot happening in this trailer

[E3 2019] - People Can Fly's Next Game is Outriders, A Co-Op Shooter

Monday night, Polish developer People Can Fly made their return to the gaming world after what's felt like a long-time silent. After getting acquired by Epic Games, then splitting from them after the release of Gears of War: Judgment, we haven't heard much from them other than the Bulletstorm remaster. At the Square-Enix E3 press conference, they debuted their game: Outriders, a "co-op shooter set in an original, dark and desperate sci-fi universe." Based on the trailer alone (because that's all we've got right now), this is looking like a very interesting game.

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When April's Fools Jokes turn real...

[E3 2019] - Conan Chop Chop Arrives This Fall

In a surprising announcement this week, Funcom revealed that Conan Chop Chop - a game that was teased on April's Fools Day - will be arriving to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch on September 3, 2019. This may be one of the more inventive marketing tactics I've seen in a while as that initial reveal was taken, understandably, to be a joke. However, it seems that that was all part of the plan as Australian developer Mighty Kingdom has been working on this for a little while and they've done their best to keep it under wraps.

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And... some other features? Maybe?

[E3 2019] - Marvel's Avengers Will Have 4 Player Online Co-Op

This week, Crystal Dynamics and Square-Enix finally pulled back the curtain on their upcoming Marvel's Avengers game... sort of. During Square-Enix's Monday night press conference, some time was spent to talk around the title a whole bunch without saying much of anything really substantive. The few details we got from it all is that it will have four player online co-op, it looks like a third-person action game, there are plans in place for continued content updates after its release (it sounds like it may be similar to Destiny or Anthem), and it'll be out May 15, 2020.

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