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Prey

Completing Prey in less than 20 minutes is possible and here is the test

Arkane Studios has returned to offer a game to live up to the expectations, although in the case of ‘Prey’ has double merit having to be measured also with that jewel of the past decade adding interesting plot turns, a very careful atmosphere and interesting possibilities Playable to the equation. Continue reading Completing Prey in less than 20 minutes is possible and here is the test

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The gameplay of “Phantom Dust HD” in a complete gameplay of 19 minutes

Phil Spencer, the boss of Xbox, confessed last February that before the start of E3 2017 we would have news of ‘Phantom Dust HD’, a remastering of the Xbox 360 title that only went on sale in Japan more than ten Years, and indeed has been so after revealing a good amount of information. Continue reading The gameplay of “Phantom Dust HD” in a complete gameplay of 19 minutes

Digimon Story

Digimon Story: Cyber ​​Sleuth Hacker’s Memory will hit the west in 2018, but you can see its first trailer

Bandai Namco’s digital monsters returned with some discretion to Sony consoles last year with a ‘Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth’ which, while it was meant to bring us back to the Digimundo, provided a somewhat more elaborate plot than usual. Now, the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the series will avoid another great time for the next installment. Continue reading Digimon Story: Cyber ​​Sleuth Hacker’s Memory will hit the west in 2018, but you can see its first trailer

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The countdown to the launch of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has begun and these are all its new features

The next big date set in the release calendar for Switch is at the end of this month, and this time will offer millions of users the possibility to enjoy the best ‘Mario Kart’ to date, or meet again in the Complete version of ‘Mario Kart 8’ ever made.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will bet on moving the frantic races with impossible loopings by land, sea and air of the heroes of the Great N that we could already see on Wii U, but adding a whole batch of juicy news to the equation, and Which Nintendo boasts in its latest trailer. Continue reading The countdown to the launch of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has begun and these are all its new features

Bulletstorm Full Clip Edition

“Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition” introduces us all its improvements with its action-packed launch trailer

Today goes the launch trailer thing. If this afternoon we had the opportunity to see the new expansion of ‘Dark Souls III’, now Gearbox Software invites us to witness the new action-packed video that has published on the occasion of the imminent arrival at the stores of ‘Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition’, the high-definition version of this title that was published in the last generation. Continue reading “Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition” introduces us all its improvements with its action-packed launch trailer

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All you need to know about “Uncharted: The Lost Legacy”

Although since Naughty Dog put special emphasis on how close the story of the saga was left after ‘Uncharted 4: The Outlaw of the Thief’, we kept doubting what would happen to that DLC that accompanied the season pass of the game.

Everything pointed out that Sam, Nathan’s brother, would be the ideal excuse to re-use ideas and scenarios and fulfill that downloadable episode without missing out on his promise, but the truth is that ‘Uncharted: The Lost Legacy’ is going to be much more than a simple DLC. Continue reading All you need to know about “Uncharted: The Lost Legacy”

2Dark

2Dark adapts the survival horrors to the 2D without losing one iota of tension, and its trailer proves it

Frédérick Raynal returns to video games and although he experimented with avant-garde 3D in his iconic ‘Alone in the Dark’, his new project called ‘2Dark’ comes with a marked retro accent based on pixels and A top-down perspective that will not stop us from getting any start. Continue reading 2Dark adapts the survival horrors to the 2D without losing one iota of tension, and its trailer proves it

Dragon Quest Heroes II

Dragon Quest Heroes II will go on sale on Steam on April 28 and confirms its Explorer’s Edition

Square Enix had assured that the only version that we were going to receive in Europe of ‘Dragon Quest Heroes II’ was going to be the one of PlayStation 4, but today it has retracted and has communicated that the game will also be available for PC, through Steam, The same day as on the Sony desktop console, on April 28.

On the occasion of this announcement, Square Enix has published a new trailer that tells us in detail the plot of this sequel and introduces us to the pair of protagonists: Lazarel and Teresa, as well as showing us how many characters we will control in this musou developed by Omega Force. Continue reading Dragon Quest Heroes II will go on sale on Steam on April 28 and confirms its Explorer’s Edition

Fire Emblem Heroes

Fire Emblem Heroes, if you get rid of permanent death, it is by the weight of your name

Being able to play ‘Fire Emblem’ from anywhere is one of the great pleasures of Nintendo’s laptops, but we do not always carry a 3DS in our pocket. Not even the Game Boy Advance SP, one of the most cocas. Hence, the idea of bringing the saga to the world of mobile phones seemed like a dream that materialized … until we hit reality.

Sprinkled by the casualization of games for smartphones, not even a franchise as demanding as ‘Fire Emblem’ has been rid of this kind and, why not say, restrictive face based on waiting times and / or micropayments, staying at Half way. A path that will not satisfy even the most stubborn fans, nor will it know how to show the profane.

And yet, it’s not as bad as you might expect. Yeah, it just bites us. But due to its completest nature, as if a Pokémon to use was.

Fire Emblem’s most mythical heroes!

Everything in ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’ is reduced to the minimum expression, as we discussed in our advance of last month. Nintendo has chosen to dispense with many of its identity with the goal of bringing more of this series of Intelligent Systems, so minority (unfortunately).

Its greatest asset, of course, is to be able to count on the services of a myriad of heroes from this franchise since its inception in 1990. There will not be any of the most important, like Marth, Roy, Lyn, and a very long etcetera, until arriving to the recent ‘Fire Emblem Fates’. The problem is how we serve them on a tray.

We will no longer recruit by completing missions or talking to our Lords, but by spending Orbs given to us by completing major story battles (or bonuses given by the game itself for different events). And as if it were a lottery, in addition, being able to obtain heroes that we already had, which we can sell by Plumas (indispensable object to promote units) or merge to create a version of it.

The story here is the least. In fact, it is rather loose and only serves as an excuse to bring together all these heroes, where, incidentally, some new ones will appear, such as Alfonse and Sharena, as well as the new villain in turn, Veronica. The only truly challenging). Continue reading Fire Emblem Heroes, if you get rid of permanent death, it is by the weight of your name