Dead or Alive 6 is finally here featuring two new fighters, online ranked play, and a few new mechanics just at the surface along with visual and gameplay upgrades. So what are we waiting for? Let’s lace those boots up, pull up our sleeves and prepare for a fight!
DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT Free Edition is coming to PC and PlayStation 4 this April, featuring rotating rosters and purchasable options.
In order to prepare for the upcoming launch of DEAD OR ALIVE 6, Koei Tecmo and Team NINJA have revealed that their Online Beta Test will take place over the course of this weekend.
In a brief announcement, Team Ninja and Koei Tecmo have revealed that their highly anticipated fighting game, DEAD OR ALIVE 6, will see a minor delay from its February 15, 2019, launch date.
Through an official statement, Koei Tecmo, the publisher of the famed Team NINJA-developed fighting franchise, has revealed the official release date for Dead or Alive 6 as well as launch editions, characters, and information about the story.
[Credits: Ninja Theory]
During The Game Awards 2017 it was almost impossible not to hear Ninja Theory’s indie title Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
be mentioned. After all, it has only recently been released into the wild after more than three years in production due to the extensive research the team behind it underwent. But the research wasn’t in regards to graphics, mechanics or locations.
+Runs extremely smooth on PC with minor to no frame rate hiccups
+Graphics are just as beautiful on PC as they are on consoles
+Steam is not required to play the game making the launcher a useful utility
+Controller support is a must-have for this game
-Lack of keyboard and mouse will be a drawback for some PC gamers
I’m not sure how many times I’ve seen this shrine. I’ve probably seen it half a dozen times. Half a dozen more than I cared to at this point. I’ve dodged, dodged, dodged, and unfortunately somehow I’ve still managed to get knocked into the bigger foe ahead of me only to somehow get an arrow in the back. Not even the small alley’s between these huts have saved me. I should know this well by now, I’ve played this plenty on PlayStation 4 with Nioh (you can read our PS4 review here), and somehow – I still. Manage. To. Freaking. Die. Every. Damned. Time.
Since its exclusive release on PlayStation 4, Nioh has been one of the most beloved dark fantasy action-RPGs in recent years. The game has been met with both critical and commercial success when it launched last year, by taking fans to never-before-seen stories within Japan’s history. Today, Koei Tecmo has announced that Nioh: Complete Edition will be headed to PC via Steam this fall.
+Astonishing use of audio and visual queues providing an immersive cinematic experience
+New motion capture technology uses provide a movie-like experience out of a game
+Combat is quick, difficult, and offers little forgiveness
+No loose ends within the games story
–Minor glitches and bugs during cutscenes
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From the moment I first stepped into Senua’s world, I was instantly greeted by something unforeseen, something terrible, and something that would take me by the hand in order to guide me through Senua’s world. A world I would never imagined would be real to those whom live with her ailment. An mental illness known as psychosis. Initially, I thought my adventure would be one of healing, redemption, and vengeance against those whom wronged her and her beloved Dillion.