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Transistor Demo

Maxwell joins Greg Kasavin on the construction of PAX Asia 2013 for a prolonged recreate finished of Supergiant Games newly announced brave, Transistor.

Tekken Tag Tournament 2

Tekken Tag Tournament

  • Tutorials do not prepare you to process individual characters.

Tekken may server the King by irons Fist Tournament, but finding victory requires more than a heavy hand. Knowledge of your opponent's arsenal, precise execution, and quick reflexes get you further than simply knowing the strongest attacks. Like its predecessor, Tekken label Tournament 2 takes the 3D combat mechanics of the Tekken sequence and duplicates the number of combatants, leaving more complex and dynamical matches. The combat is bore out by a robust selection of styles that makes this fighter a cure for future heirs of the Mishima Zaibatsu.

Video Review - Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch

 Ni no Kuni: anger by the White Witch is a illusion RPG game from LEVEL-5 that tells the story of an young boy named Oliver, who commences a journey into a parallel world in an attempt to bring in his mother back up from the dead.

Disney Newsletter Reveals Epic Mickey 2

Epic Mickey 2 has been announced in a Disney newsletter.

The newsletter was first spotted by Stitch Kingdom. The sequel to the Wii-exclusive original is due for release in 2012.

In addition, a survey previously released by Disney representatives reveals that the game could be coming to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in addition to Wii and that it will contain an all-new co-op mode. In that mode, one player controls Mickey, who will once more wield his enchanted paintbrush, while the other player controls Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, who can fly a helicopter and use electricity to fight enemies and solve puzzles (as rabbits are often inclined to do).
The survey in full reads:

"Disney Epic Mickey 2 is the latest game in the critically acclaimed Disney Epic Mickey videogame series. In this all-new action-platforming game available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii, Mickey embarks on an epic journey and is pulled back into a world filled with Disney's forgotten characters. Players can choose to play single-player as Mickey or for the first time players can also choose two-player split screen mode. In the two-player mode one person can play as Mickey wielding magic paint and paint thinner to dynamically change the world and the second player can play as Oswald the Lucky Rabbit - Walt Disney's first cartoon star - with the power to fly like a helicopter and use electricity to fight or friend enemies and solve challenges. Team-up and choose your path to save this forgotten world because the choices you make will alter the story and change the end of the game!"

Are you excited by the prospect of a high-def sequel to Epic Mickey and the inclusion of a co-op mode? Let us know in the comments below.

South Park The Game Revealed

Last month, Game Informer revealed that Trey Parker and Matt Stone were working with Obsidian to craft the first true South Park game in the form of a RPG. During the N64 and PSX days, Acclaim released some cheap cash-in games such as a really crappy FPS, but this game is a true South Park game with the full involvement of the creators.

Now Game Informer has postednine images from the reveal online, and you can click through them above. The game perfectly matches the art style of the show, and the information revealed in the issue about the game makes it sound like something to get excited about later this year.

Check Out Cube World: a Voxel-Based Indie RPG

Remember Voxels? For a while there these chunky 3D pixels were going to be the next big thing in computer graphics, but after a few games (notably Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri, C&C2: Tiberian Sun & Red Alert 2, Blade Runner, and Outcast) developers seemed to get sick of them, and pretty much everybody went back to good old-fashioned polygons.

There's some life left in these virtual cubes, though: Reddit spotted this trailer for a game tentatively called Cube World, a Voxel-based RPG that developer Wollay guestimates might be ready for download within a few months. Color me intrigued.
The world looks like a slightly higher-resolution Minecraft, with less mining and crafting and more traditional Zelda-style hacking and slashing action, randomly generated quests, and a JRPG-style UI. The death effect in particular is an awesome touch, with vanquished enemies dissolving into a pile of pixels as if their molecular bonds suddenly called it quits. Gameplay itself looks very basic at the moment, but Wollay promises more interesting quests will be added soon.
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