Publisher Koei Tecmo and developer Gust have announced Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. It will see a worldwide launch on the 22nd of April.
The Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack includes Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey DX, Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book DX, and Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings DX. All three titles will include most of the DLC from their initial release, alongside new content.
Further additions include:
Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey DX
Four additional vehicles, including a submarine and bulldozer.
Seven additional subjugation quests and enhanced boss Palmyra added.
Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book DX
Additional, more mature-looking costume.
Additional story of Sophie’s growth following in the steps of her grandmother.
Three additional alchemy pots.
Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings DX
Additional painting that connects to the world of Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World, including a scenario featuring Nelke and boss battle.
EA and Bioware have announced Mass Effect Legendary Edition is coming to PlayStation, Xbox and PC May 14th.
ME1 will be rebuilt and aiming to be like ME2. Personally, I cannot wait to see how ME1 will look and of course ME2 and ME3. The legendary edition will come with all the DLC the games recieved back in the day, however, ME3 will not have multiplayer.
Check out the new trailer below:
Bioware/EA have also announced the ME legendary edition collectors edition too.
No details of where you can preorder just as of yet, but expect details soon. Keep close eye on our twitter with the latest to preorder this.
Together with developer FairPlay Studios, PQube is excited to announced that Fallen Knight will be coming to PC, Nintendo Switch PlayStation 4, Xbox One and next gen platforms via backwards compatibility later this year!
Along side this, FairPlay Studios are giving players a taste of Fallen Knight through a free demo available on Steam 3rd of February, as part of the Steam Games Festival. Laced with innovative mechanics such as sword fighting, parrying and moral alignment, Fallen Knight challenges the platforming genre by pushing the boundaries of its standard mechanics and systems.
The story…Fallen Knight is a futuristic knight’s tale that lets gamers play as a descendant of the great Lancelot in King Arthur’s tale. Players will take on the role of Lancelot the 49th in a futuristic setting, facing off against six unique enemy heroes with a dark past of their own. Lancelot must save his city from an evil organization, The Purge, that intends to reveal the ‘truth’ of what is hidden below the city. His journey will not only shine light onto the secrets hidden in the dark but also challenge what it truly means to be a knight.
Become unstoppable… Collect and spend your honour points to upgrade Lancelot’s health, abilities, and attacks. Upgrading his ‘Wrath of God’ meter will allow players to heal more often, a crucial component to survival outside the ‘casual difficulty mode’.
Kill? Or disarm… Choose to kill or skilfully parry and disarm the ‘Purge’. Exhibiting the mercy and honour expected of a ‘Knight of the Round Table’ will not only gain you ‘honour points’ to upgrade your abilities, but it also grants an alternative ending to the story.
The ‘Purge’ bosses… You had a glimpse of one of our boss battles with the ‘Juggernaut’… This towering foe uses his shield both offensively and defensively to try and halt your progress. Defeating him is a tall order, but failure is not an option for Lancelot! Keep your eyes out for more information on Fallen Knight’s unique bosses in the coming months!
Fallen Knight is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on Steam on later this year!
Team17 and Aggro Crab Games have announced the free Working From Home update is now available for Going Under on PC, with console versions receiving the update on 25th February. A care package of new items, abilities, locations, costumes, and entire game modes, the Working From Home downloadable content means employees can really embrace working from home culture while still hitting their targets on time, and in full.
Going Under offers a goblin-bashing glimpse into the world of the high-tech corporate office environment. (You can read our review on it over here.) Stepping into the work appropriate shoes of marketing intern Jackie Fiasco, players are thrown into a labyrinth of offices below the polished floors of smart drinks company Fizzle, where the remains of failed and cursed tech start-ups await. Potted plants, smart pens, and giant axes provide some of the weapons needed to take on the monsters lurking in the procedurally generated dungeons, providing players with everything required to level up against the countless cursed adversaries.
Key Features of the Working From Home update
New Locations and outfits: Players wanting to take a break from Fizzle’s carefully curated cubicles can chill in Jackie’s room to kick back, relax, and change into one of 11 new outfits available
Overtime Mode: Overtime takes the existing dungeons and adds a little bit of spice; with seven new levels of difficulty, including spawning enemies in unexpected places and doubling damage received, work-life balance will be a thing of the past
Imposter Mode: Players take on all three core dungeons in a random order and once completed, their efforts will be rewarded with a brand-new boss – The Imposter – to take down
Surplus Supplies: The office supply cupboards are stocked and overflowing with new gadgets, including 25 new abilities, 9 new curses, 34 new in-game items, and a shiny new app
Rolodex: Killing an enemy with one of the blank business cards found throughout the levels will trap its soul for eternity and makes for a rather nice keepsake.
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Team17 and Heliocentric Studios have today launched a free demo of upcoming adventure roguelite, Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos, on Nintendo Switch ahead of a launch on the console and PC on 23rd February. Set in the world of Tasos, which is under threat from the menace of conquering Titans, the demo introduces players to the mystical overworld and the first of the game’s puzzle-filled, procedurally-generated dungeons. Adventurers can play the demo solo or with up to three other heroes in local co-op multiplayer, with the full game taking the journey online for four players too.
Today also sees the start of pre-orders on Nintendo Switch for Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos, bringing an additional strategic option with the Bomber class, alongside exclusive weapon skins as well as furniture that players can use to accessorise their in-game home.
Four-player co-op adventuring: Up to four players can explore the lands of Tasos and tackle the dungeons, assisting and reviving each other to earn victory together
Roguelite dungeon-crawling: Take on procedurally-generated dungeons packed with a variety of monsters, earning gems to spend on upgrades to get further in the next run
Town and class upgrades: Each run in the dungeon earns gems to spend on upgrades, including the facilities in the town, as well as player abilities and stats
Classic gameplay reinvented: This is top-down adventuring brought into the modern day with colourful visuals and a number of options for combat, puzzle-solving, and exploration.
Beyond the challenge of the dungeons, Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos features the titular overworld of Tasos, which is filled with its own many secrets, as well as the village of Intori. The settlement can be rebuilt, expanded, and developed throughout the course of the game, which will help the player in their quest, like a Blacksmith that improves the sword, a Clinic that bolsters health, and much more. Heroes can also prepare for the challenges that lay ahead by unlocking and honing new abilities through the game’s skill tree and its variety of character customisation options.
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Team17, DevM Games, and SMG Studio have announced the release of the free ‘Moving In’ update to the multi-award-winning co-op game, Moving Out. Thenew content, which is arriving soon on consoles and PC for free, turns the game on its head and answers the ultimate question: What happens to the stuff players throw into the removals van?
Set in the world of Packmore, Moving Out’s chaotic, local multiplayer gameplay sees up to four players work together as Furniture Arrangement and Relocation Technicians (F.A.R.Ts) to move furniture efficiently and creatively from condos, offices, mansions, and more, in the fastest time possible. The ‘Moving In’ update is available in 12 of the game’s original levels and gives players the new task of unpacking the van and placing items into their new homes; it also adds a new ‘auto snap’ option to the assist mode to help players position items exactly where they’re needed.
The update also adds the option for players to customise their character’s shirts, and debuts two brand-new dance moves – The Prospector and Loveshack!
Couch co-op: Players can either take on Moving Out solo or enlist the help of up to three friends in local multiplayer co-operative gameplay, as they figure out how to get items into the removals van in the quickest way possible!
Location, location, location: No move is too big, too small, or too weird. Work through sleepy suburbs, frenzied farms, haunted houses and even head into space to keep customers happy!
Physics: Need to get a large item of furniture down some steps? Gravity is a F.A.R.T’s best friend. Glass door in the way? Smash right through it. Throwing things over railings will always be quicker than carrying them the long way around.
Character customisation:Choose from a roster of movers from humans to anthropomorphic animals and appliances that can be tailored to suit the job at hand.
Assist mode: Increased time limits, skippable levels and removal of dangers are just some of the options available in assist mode.
Accessibility options: Dyslexia-friendly text, scalable user interface, and remappable keyboard controls on Steam make the Moving Out experience as inclusive as possible.
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In an interview with the Official PlayStation Magazine, Dawn McDiarmid, Lead hub designer for the game, confirmed that there’ll 300 playable characters and about 800 unique characters. (Babu Frik is also a playable character.)
Spanning a vast galaxy, there will be 23 planets/moons with 28 unique locations you can visit. Each of them featuring quests, items and characters for you to explore!
The ambitious collection explores all nine Star Wars films, and you can play them in any order you like.