Going Under - more gameplay

As an unpaid intern in the dystopian city of Neo-Cascadia, you’ll wield office junk as weaponry as you make your way through the offbeat procedural dungeons beneath your company campus.

Monster Hunter Rise's Kamura Village and Shrine Ruins detailed

A-hunting we will go

The official Japanese site for Monster Hunter Rise has been updated with new information and screenshots. This content gives us a look at the player hub and Shrine Ruins. The player hub is called Kamura Village, and you can read a synopsis for the location below.

The Story of Kamura Village

After 50 years, the calamity returns!

This village, known for its Tatara Steel, is where hunters make their living. The Rampage, a calamity that ravaged the village 50 years ago, is about to occur again, so the inhabitants are in turmoil. The hero has to become the best hunter there is and overcome this calamity with the help of all the villagers.

As for the Shrine Ruins, they're described as a “place where people once prayed for protection” but “the shrine has fallen into decay and is now haunted by the roars of monsters.” In the debut trailer, you can spot Magnamalo running around this location.

Standard physical releases for Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition and Ori and the Will of the Wisps coming this year

Something to look forward to

If you want to get physical versions of Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition and Ori and the Will of the Wisps, the only way to do so right now is in a Collector's Edition bundle that's priced at $150. If that's a bit too pricey for you, or you just want one of those two games, you'll be in luck later this year.

The official Ori Twitter account confirmed that standard physical releases for both Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition and Ori and the Will of the Wisps are on the way. They'll be out later this year, but no specific timing was given. We also don't know which retailers will be stocking these titles, so we'll just have to hang tight.

Playism announces Action Game Maker MV, Idol Manager, and Knights & Bikes for Switch in Japan

Three more headed to Japan

We covered Playism's event last night, which featured a slew of new titles on the way to Switch. Turns out Playism has a handful of Switch titles that they confirmed exclusively for Japan as well, and we've got the details.

First up is the above Action Game Maker MV, which is the the equivalent of RPG Game Maker MV, but for action games. This title will launch sometime before the year ends in Japan.

Next up is Idol Manager, which will also see release sometime before the year ends. Check out a Japanese trailer for the game above.

Finally, Playism also confirmed that they're handling the localization of Knights & Bikes in Japan. The team didn't mention a release date for this one, but they did share the debut Japanese trailer, which you can see above.

New trailer released for Hot Shot Burn

Listen up, hot shot

Experience crazy battles full of ridiculous flukes and insane skill shots. Invite up to 4 players, pick your freaky hero, and get ready to explode them all. All is fair in love and space gladiator fighting - teleport, become invisible, bounce bullet off walls, whatever it takes to make sure you're last one standing!

Fight Crab getting DEEEER Simulator DLC

Oh deer!

As if Fight Crab wasn't weird enough already, a new round of collaborative DLC is about to make things even stranger.

A collaboration between Fight Crab and DEEEER Simulator has been announced, which will see the titular Deer added to the game. You'll be able to use the Deer in campaign mode and in standard battles, which you can look forward to via an in-game update sometime in October. It does seem that this will be paid DLC, but that's not 100% certain.

IGN Video - 11 minutes of Tennis World Tour 2 gameplay

Take a look at some action on court between Roger Federer and Nick Kyrgios.

Developer Walkthrough video for Squad-Based RPG Battle Hunters

Squad up!

Independent developer Phase Two Games today revealed more about their squad-based fantasy adventure RPG Battle Hunters which launches on PC and Nintendo Switch on October 20th. Art Director Dan Tonkin provides more insight into the games characters, combat and character abilities with this short developer walkthrough video.

Battle Hunters lets players form an adventurer party of 3, chosen from a line-up of 28 unique hero characters who are met and recruited along the journey. Be it the Wizard, the Gunslinger, the Assassin, or any other hero, each has their own specialized fighting skills and unique abilities that players can level up and enhance along the way.

Debut trailer for Dokapon UP! Mugen no Roulette released

Let's roll

Publisher Aquaplus and developer Sting have released the debut trailer for Dokapon UP! Mugen no Roulette. The title is set to launch in Japan on Dec. 10th, 2020. No word on a localization at this time. While we wait for that news, check out the digital board game action above!

Organize police documents and solve cases in Legal Dungeon, heading to Switch in 2021

Got you pushing too many pencils?

“Arresting Thieves Stealing from a Drunk in a Stakeout is Not Entrapment” (XX-XX-20XX)

The Supreme Court has ruled that it is not entrapment when police do not help a drunk pedestrian sleeping on the sidewalk during a stakeout, then arrest thieves who try to steal from the drunk victims. The court judged that “it is not illegal to indict a defendant who voluntarily premeditates and then carries out a crime.”

Legal Dungeon is a game about organizing police investigation documents.

The player must review and provide an investigation verdict on reports ranging from petty theft to murder, in eight different criminal cases. Legal Dungeon will teach players that apprehending and punishing criminals is the very essence of Public Safety. Players will quickly become experts in revealing true criminals.

The game comes complete with 14 endings and six Steam achievements for the players to unlock. Weigh the value of people’s lives to unlock all the collectables. The game is also home to a cute in-game Screen Mate shop!

Publisher Playism and developer Somi have confirmed Legal Dungeon for release on Switch sometime in 2021.


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