Koei Tecmo hosting "Atelier Fall Festival" live-stream on Nov. 26th, 2019

Get ready for an Atelier blowout!

Want to know what's next for the Atelier series? Koei Tecmo has announced that an 'Atelier Fall Festival' live-stream event is set for Nov. 26th, 2019, and it's going to feature all things Atelier. Expect to get a look at the Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout “Claudia Story” DLC, live gameplay of Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea DX from Atelier Dusk Trilogy, and details on the “Ryza and the Secret Market in Shibuya Marui” event for Atelier Online set to begin on November 23rd, 2019.

Looking for something juicier? The official description for the event says that developer Gust “may also blurt out its enthusiasm and ideas for the next Atelier game.” Guests include Yuri Noguchi (Ryza voice actor), Shallistera (Kotori Koiwai voice actor), and Toridamono (illustrator), and presenters include Junzou Hosoi (Koei Tecmo Games) and Akira Tsuchiya (Koei Tecmo Games).

Dragalia Lost - Mega Man Adventurer Intro

Dragalia Man!

Mega Man is heading to Dragalia Lost, and Cygames and Nintendo are going all-out with a special intro video. Check out the Blue Bomber's arrival above!

GameSpot Video - The Stretchers gameplay

Kurt and Persia team up to try and save the world from Captain brains! He turned innocent people into dizzies and its up to us, the medics, to help! Developed by Tarsier Studios, this hilariously fun action, puzzle game is playable in single player and co-op mode! The Stretchers is now available on the Nintendo Switch!

Warframe's 'Rising Tide' Update Detailed; Preps Players for Highly Anticipated 'Empyrean' Launch

Rough waters ahead

LONDON, ON – November 21, 2019 – Tenno, the Origin System is in peril. With the Grineer fleet growing and whispers of a Sentient invasion intensifying, the only hope to combat these forces lies in an ancient relic powerful enough to turn the tide: the Railjack. In Canadian developer and publisher Digital Extremes' newest Warframe® Rising Tide update, coming soon to PC, Tenno will embark on an epic quest to ready their personal Railjack battleship for harrowing, cooperative space combat when Empyrean launches later this year.

Download new Rising Tide update assets: digitalextremesltd.box.com/s/w3biqedc5iaevpzr4ip2nws1rhjefa8i
Watch the new Rising Tide update video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0GwWzhH4oc&feature=youtu.be
Work with your clan members -- or as a clan of one -- to build the Dry Dock, an all-in-one workshop and garage for the Railjack. After the Dry Dock is assembled, Tenno will be tasked with recruiting the reluctant help of A.I., Cephalon Cy, to scour the Origin System for lost Railjack technology to construct the ultimate battleship. And once Empyrean launches, the Railjack can be customized in between missions with new weapons, parts and mods.

This update also features the first steps to the Liset that will prepare it for Empyrean. The Rising Tide update will overhaul select visual aspects of your personal landing craft, adding in updated machines, enhanced lighting, and even a new "moonroof", perfect for basking in the majesty of Origin System starlight.

An assortment of new weapons, armor and cosmetics also will be available in the Rising Tide update starting with the Cumulus Collection, an ethereal assortment of weapons, armor and cosmetics. Additionally new Equinox Antonym Collection offers Warframe's master of day and night a new Antonym Skin that transforms when Equinox shifts forms, as well Equinox's signature Circadian Syandana and signature Astreos Sword and Shield Skin.

Building the Dry Dock and Railjack can be accomplished using resources obtained for free in-game. The Cumulus Collection and Equinox Antonym Collection can be obtained through the Warframe Marketplace.

Warframe's Rising Tide update will be available soon on PC. Look for the console versions in the future.

Nintendo NY gets a new Bowser statue

The Mario villain, not the man

Nintendo NY is freshening up their store for the holidays with a brand-new statue for people to check out. A special Bowser statue has been added to the first floor, and the public can head in for a photo op starting tomorrow. The first 100 people who stop in tomorrow for a picture will get to take home a special poster!

Thanks to Andreslop24 for the heads up!

Nintendo releases a series of Japanese Switch commercials for the holidays

Happy holidays from Nintendo!

It's the holiday season, which means it's an important time for game sales. Nintendo knows that, which is why they're pumping out all sorts of holiday commercials around the world. Check out the latest batch for Japan above.

Mortal Kombat 11 - Sindel gameplay round-up

NetherRealm put on a showcase for Sindel earlier today, and now you can check out all the gameplay highlights in the snippets above.

Amazon Treasure Truck for Pokémon Sword and Shield pops up in New York City

I choose you, truck!

The Amazon Treasure Truck has popped up in NYC, and it was offering up a special Pokemon Sword and Shield promotion. Check out all the action in the video above!

Pretty Princess Magical Coordinate - more gameplay

Pretty Princess Magical Coordinate now has a free demo in Japan, available from publisher Nippon Columbia. The full game will be released on December 5th for ¥5,280.

Neo Cab developers discuss taking inspiration from The Third Man

The connection isn't a coincidence

The 1949 noir classic The Third Man follows an American in post-war Vienna where the city is split up into districts controlled by the Soviet Union, Great Britain, France, and the United States. The story is filled with all sorts of mystery and intrigue, and ends up being much bigger than you might expect at first.

The same can be said for Neo Cab, where you play as Lina, one of the last human drivers-for-hire on the streets of Los Ojos. You start off with the story of a missing friend in a city filled with all kinds of secret activity bubbling under the surface. As you progress through the game, you unearth all kinds of shocking details that paint a much bigger picture than the game first lets on.

It turns out the connection between the two games isn't a coincidence. In an interview with USGamer, Patrick Ewing, creative director of Chance Agency, talks about how the 1949 book inspired their game.

"It was actually our writer Duncan Fyfe who told me to watch The Third Man. I think he was just like, 'this sounds a lot like the city that we're describing.' I think we kind of knew from the beginning that that's the sort of story we wanted to do. We wanted the elements of a bigger city and a conflict that's a bit out of your range as a person to sway in any way."


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