Slender: The Arrival Switch footage
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Daemon X Machina demo feedback led to improved frame rate
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Daemon X Machina’s demo ended up working out very well for the game. Marvelous was able to field feedback from a ton of users who tried it out, resulting in many improvements. You can see what was changed in a recent trailer here.
One aspect not pointed out in the video concerns a technical improvement. According to director Kenichiro Tsukuda, the frame rate has been improved since the demo’s release. We won’t know how the game holds up until we’re closer to release, but it should be smoother than what players experienced previously.
System: Switch (eShop)
Release date: June 20, 2019
Developer: DeadToast Entertainment
Publisher: Devolver Digital
Let me begin with a full disclosure: I have never used hallucinogenic drugs in my life, and after playing My Friend Pedro, I don’t think I’ll ever need to. It’s a game where you can take commands from a talking banana, explore the inner psyche of said banana, and slow down time to gun down your enemies with all the grace of a ballet dancer. This latest release from darling indie publisher Devolver Digital is unabashedly weird, violent, and, in its own strange way, beautiful. The experience may be over far too soon, but this potassium-packed shoot’em up still manages to create a truly appealing experience.
PlatinumGames shows off early Legion concepts for Astral Chain
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Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle – battle systems details and videos
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Nintendo Download (6/20/19, Europe) – Crash Team Racing, My Friend Pedro, Muse Dash, more
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Hot Wheels and Nintendo partner on Mario Kart die-cast vehicles and track sets
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Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories coming west in 2020
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NIS America has announced a partnership with Granzella to publish Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories outside of Japan. The game will reach North America and Europe sometime in 2020.
Here’s an overview of Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories, along with the first English trailer: