It’s time to catch up after covering Paris Games Week!
Okami HD received multiple videos, and most of them are PlayStation 4 theme-related, but since there are four different videos here, we’ll just link these, and embed the gameplay videos. The game will launch on December 12 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
The PlayStation Vita is getting a new bundle in Japan on November 22: the 16 GB Value Pack will contain the PCH-2000 model of the Vita in either black or aqua blue, a 16-gigabyte memory card, as well as all the cables. The price will be 19980 JPY + tax, which should be under two hundred dollars. Sony is trying to race against the Switch, but will this bundle be available outside Japan? It’s unlikely, especially how Paris Games Week had no mention of the almost six-year-old handheld…
Gear.Club Unlimited is coming earlier than expected: the split-screen multiplayer-having racing game with its 200+ unique tracks will be arriving on November 21. Gran Turismo a la Switch?!
November 21 will be a release date for something else as well: Square Enix will launch the PC port of World of Final Fantasy (available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita) on this day. If you buy the turn-based RPG game until November 28, you’ll get the Day One Edition with an extra wallpaper and a soundtrack sampler.
Square Enix also made a quick overview video for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, whose PlayStation 4 port will arrive on January 30. They also created a chart to figure out the fighting style that suits your approach.
Hand of Fate 2 will not leave the extra grunt of the PlayStation 4 Pro and the Xbox One X untouched. On the Microsoft console, the game can run at 4K resolution, while Sony’s product will be capable of 1620p. The action RPG/roguelike/deck-building game will also offer 30 FPS/uncapped FPS modes with adaptive V-Sync. The game arrives on November 7, on PC/Mac/Linux as well!
Project Nimbus: Code Mirai got a new gameplay video. Mecha fights with Unreal Engine 4 – it could be pure enjoyment for some players. Is it the love child of Ace Combat and Gundam?
Spintires: Mudrunner got its launch trailer. We’re going to review the game in the next few days. Saber Interactive’s (TimeShift, Inversion, Quake Champions…) game offers driving around in muddy and other various conditions, already available on PC, PS4, and X1.
Star Citizen will have Blade Runner-like cities (have a look at thirteen minutes in the video below). The game will be so big that we can hardly believe it. And now, we close with the obligatory question: when will Star Citizen launch?