Yakuza Kiwami 2 Announced for This August, Trailer Released


With a year since its release, Yakuza Kiwamia (you can see our review here) was released, allowing us to see Kazuma Kiryu as he took his leave from the world of the Yakuza. However, fate is a cruel mistress and Kiryu, the legendary Dragon of Dojima, was once more drug back into the world of the Yakuza as a potential all-out war between the families began to ignite. As the potential war has begun to brew, SEGA has announced that Kazuma Kiryu is preparing for his valiant return with Yakuza Kiwami 2 on August 28, 2018, for $49.99.

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The Crew 2 Pre-Order Bonus and Early Launch Incentives Announced

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The Crew made its grand appearance on the E3 stage with its first debut trailer back in 2013, setting the tone for a new type of racing style games. From the simple things like getting those annoying cops off your tail to just having a one v one match down Interstate 95. Now they are taking it a step even further. And now they have shifted gears and have hit that turbo button and have set a sequel in placed and will cross the finish line in first place again with The Crew 2.

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Square Enix Announces Shadow of the Tomb Raider


Today, Square Enix and Crystal Dynamic have officially revealed Shadow of the Tomb Raider, which will be available on September 14, 2018, for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. With a worldwide release headed our way, the company has also announced that Shadow of the Tomb Raider will get a full reveal on April 27, 2018, for fans around the world.

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Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher is joining Soulcalibur VI’s Roster


Whether it’s wading through a swamp, dwelling in a bathtub, bashing a few skulls in, or simply enjoying the sights to see, Geralt of Rivia is a busy man in one way or another. Today, Bandai Namco has announced that Geralt will be finding his latest adventure by joining the roster of Soulcalibur VI.

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Capcom Outlines Deviljho and First Seasonal Event for Monster Hunter: World


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Since its release by Capcom, Monster Hunter: World has taken the world by storm and even amassed more than six million players. As part of their ongoing effort to provide the best Monster Hunter experience possible for fans of Monster Hunter: World, Capcom has announced a set of content headed our way in just a few short days including the release of Deviljho and the associated gear for the upcoming creature on March 22, 2018.

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Final Fantasy XII’s Vayne Caruda Solida to Join Dissidia Final Fantasy NT


Today, Square Enix has announced that Vayne Carudas Solido, the charismatic antagonist of Final Fantasy XII will be joining the roster in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT as the first character of the game’s already available Season Pass. Square Enix has announced that Vayne will be available at the end of April for fans to utilize as a new and ambitious fighter.

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Final Fantasy XV’s Prince Noctis to Join Tekken 7 Next Week


There’s no doubt about it: Tekken 7 is by far one of the most ambitious and enjoyable fighting games on the market. Toss in the fact we’ve already received a rather suitable fighter out of Geese Howard (if you haven’t, check out our review of Geese Howard while you’re at it) and Tekken 7 is shaping up to be one of the strongest fighting games on the market.

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Review: Attack on Titan 2 – A Titanic Amount of Fun

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+Extremely beautiful graphics
+Framerates are consistent at all times
+Follows the anime, but also offers a new insight into pre-existing events
+Character creation while simple is top notch
+An amazing and highly enjoyable soundtrack that never seems to get old.

-Difficulty changes can be, at times, a bit overwhelming
-Seeing the inside walls of Wall Maria does get a bit old after quite a bit of time

Just when you’d think that Attack on Titan had begun to grow irrelevant, there’s always someone, somewhere, that wants to remind you just how great the series can actually be by any means necessary. This time around, it just happens to be Koei Tecmo and Omega Force, the minds behind the Warriors franchises, and even the minds behind spin-off franchises Hyrule Warriors and Fire Emblem Warriors.

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