Former Final Fantasy talent onboard for striking hand-drawn JRPG Astria Ascending • Eurogamer.net

Set for 2021 release on PC and consoles. Artisan Studios has unveiled Astria Ascending, a new Japanese-style RPG being developed in conjunction with Final Fantasy 7 writer Kazushige Nojima and FF12 composer Hitoshi Sakimoto. Astria Ascending casts players as one of the eight demigods – guardians of Harmony charged with protecting the world of Orcanon from the mysterious Noises. There’s plenty more scene-setting in the trailer below – including mention of the delightfully named “Harmelon”, an instinct-suppressing melon used to maintain harmony across the land – but the gist is that…

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Crash Bandicoot: On the Run sprints past 8 million downloads in 24 hours | Pocket Gamer.biz

Crash Bandicoot: On the Run has charged to 8.1 million downloads since officially launching on March 25th, 2021. The hugely impressive number was confirmed by Sensor Tower. It was also revealed that the King developed runner has picked up an additional 3.3m installs, after going live on iOS in certain territories from March 23rd. This means Crash’s first original outing for the mobile platform has already earned itself approximately 11.4 million downloads. On March 25th, the title ranked first for iPhone game downloads across 82 countries and number one for…

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How to Get Lost and Found Trophy & Achievement

Guides Published on March 26, 2021 Andrew McMahon Home » Guides » It Takes Two: How to Get Lost and Found Trophy & Achievement It Takes Two follows the story of May and Cody, a couple on the outs that finds themselves transported into their daughter’s toy dolls. To get their bodies back, they need to platform their way through a number of creative levels. Along the way, they do have the chance to uncover some trophy and achievement-worthy secrets. Here’s how to get the Lost and Found trophy and achievement in It…

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Art of Rally is coming to Xbox consoles and Game Pass this summer

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 26 March 2021 19:11 GMT The driving game Art of Rally is coming to Xbox consoles this summer. Developer Funselektor announced today during the Twitch Xbox showcase that the racing game Art of Rally will release on Xbox Series X/S Xbox One, and Game Pass for console and PC this summer. It is also coming to mobile. A new trailer has also been published alongside the Xbox event, unveiling never-seen-before footage of the upcoming Kenya Update. This update will be available for free on all platforms,…

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‘Monster Hunter Rise’, ‘Kaze & the Wild Masks’, ‘Genesis Noir’, and Today’s Other New Releases and Sales – TouchArcade

Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for March 26th, 2021. In today’s article, we’re going through the last batch of releases for this week. The big gun is of course Capcom’s superb Monster Hunter Rise, but there are a few other treasures to be found in the pile if you’ve got an eye to spend more. Speaking of blowing hard-earned cash, we’ve also got the lists of incoming and outgoing sales to look through. Let’s get to work! New Releases Monster Hunter Rise ($59.99) SwitchArcade Highlight! Oh,…

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All Star Tower Defense (Roblox) – Character Guide: List, How To Get & Upgrade

How strong you are in All Star Tower Defense depends entirely on what characters you have and how much you’ve upgraded. While in battle, a strategic element also comes into play, which means some people will do better than others with the same set of characters. However, it is impossible to beat some levels in story mode and reach certain waves in infinite mode if your team is too weak. In this guide, we give you all the information you need to know about characters in All Star Tower Defense…

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Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse Review (Switch eShop)

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Docked) It would probably be the most clichéd thing in the world to make this observation, but Stubbs the Zombie In Rebel Without a Pulse is something of a zombie itself; a game that wouldn’t die, despite widespread apathy. It has something of a reputation as a “cult” hit, but we’re not entirely sure that’s justified. The main selling point of the game was always that it was made in the Halo engine – a fact that becomes most apparent when you hop in the Sod…

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The Wolf of Wall Street joins GameSquare Esports’ Advisory Board

GameSquare Esports, the parent company of Code Red Esports, has announced that Jordan Belfort, who is known as the ‘Wolf of Wall Street’, has joined its Advisory Board.Belfort is widely recognised as being a former stockbroker, with his 2007 memoir titled ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ adapted into a film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and directed by Martin Scorcese in 2013.  Pictured: GameSquare Esports CEO Justin Kenna (left) and Jordan Belfort (right). Photo credit: GameSquare Esports RELATED: GameSquare Esports announces Jan Neumeister as Head of European Operations According to the release,…

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Humankind changes up diplomacy in games by telling authentic stories

Despite the disappointing news that Humankind will be delayed to August, there is still much to be excited about for the game challenging Firaxis’ Civilization. The grand strategy game will feature much of what players love in the genre, with diplomacy being a key aspect of the gameplay. In today’s Future Games Show showcase, Amplitude Studios was on hand to discuss just what the art of diplomacy will be like in the world of Humankind. One could argue that diplomacy has never been the most fun way to win in a…

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The Nintendo Switch needs to be more powerful

Bloomberg recently reported that Nintendo is working on a new, more powerful version of the Nintendo Switch hardware that will reportedly allow the console to display games in 4K resolution when docked. That would certainly be a neat feature, but it’s not why this news is so exciting. The truth is that the Switch has been underpowered for some time now, and it’s become an issue for anyone who uses the hardware as their primary console. The problem was never a lack of 4K support, but rather, the ability to…

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