Nioh 2’s post-launch DLC plans outlined alongside a brand-new story trailer

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Team Ninja’s Tom Lee has revealed post-launch plans for Nioh 2, which includes information about how the recent beta shaped gameplay elements and some brand-new story content with the latest trailer.

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Opinion: Hellblade’s Awards Prove We Need More Games Like It

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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.

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Review: Nioh: Complete Edition (PC) – A Completely PC Worthy Experience

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Pros:
+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

Cons:
-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.

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