The Necromancer class in Diablo 3 has been teased for what seems like ages, and now, we’re finally getting it on June 27. The Necromancer will be priced at $14.99 and will require the Reaper of Souls expansion on PC to play. The pack will also grant access to additional character slots, a portrait, banner, sigil, accent and pennant, a brand new pet and some items for your pets.
Blizzard also revealed the new Eternal Collection for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, that will give console players full access to the game and all of its DLC, including the Necromancer.
It was announced last night during the Top 8 battle at CEO 2017, that Killer Instinct is officially headed to Steam in the near future. No price or launch date was given, but it marks the first time the game will be available outside of the Windows 10 Xbox Store.
Killer Instinct has been one of the more faithfully updated titles of this generation, with fighter pack releases, and new gameplay content coming out at a steady rate for fans of the fighter franchise.
Part of me always hoped that Microsoft wouldn’t give up on Xbox Avatars. I loved the customizability they had, and they did well to make the Xbox a bit more fun. Plus, with tons of ways to express yourself, you could always make your Avatar look more like you than your Mii ever could.
Now, Microsoft has announced that they’re coming back to the forefront after disappearing since the release of the Xbox One. The new Avatars are definitely suited for 4K, with new options for hair customization, clothing, and even prosthetics, and vehicles.
Microsoft took the stage of E3, and blew its doors off, with numerous world premieres of blockbuster titles, a lineup of 42 games shown, with half being Xbox One and Windows PC exclusive, and the worldwide reveal of the Xbox One X. It was a massive show for the tech giant, and with a heavy focus on 4K Ultra HD as the future of the industry currently, they did their best to showcase beautiful visuals, and gorgeous looks at a varied library. My best moment is undoubtedly when Phil Spencer reveals to the crowded hall that original Xbox games will be making their way to the Xbox One with backwards compatibility.
This was, admittedly, one of the most exciting and surprise-filled keynotes that Microsoft has ever done, with a lot of great moments and fantastic looking games shown. Hit the jump for the full breakdown of the keynote with trailers for everything shown.
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Josh and Theo are joined by James (like Beyonce) for a huge Pre-E3 episode! Covering the latest news and views on the coolest pop culture has to offer!
Sin City and Cowboy Bebop TV adaptations, Wonder Wonder thoughts, and E3 predictions fill out the 13th episode of Analog! Check out the links below to listen, and please Subscribe and Rate & Review us on iTunes!
The Electronic Entertainment Expo is one of the craziest times of the year for fans of video games and entertainment. An entire weekend of updates, announcements, shocks, and dreams coming true. This is the time when the industries biggest and brightest show off their best, and reveal their plans not only for the rest of the year, but oftentimes for many years to follow.
The most important bits of this weekend is undoubtedly the keynotes. Starting on Saturday, and running through to Tuesday, the schedule can be seen below. I will be out of town for the weekend, but will do my best to stay updated as much as possible. You can absolutely expect recaps for all of the major keynotes on that Monday, though.
UPDATE: E3 has come and gone, and you can hit the jump for links to coverage of all the major keynotes.
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Tekken 7 is finally releasing on home consoles this Friday, and in preparation for the release, they’ve put together a hefty features overview video for fans, new and returning, explaining many of the new features in the game. Showcasing Rage Art, and Power Crush moves, as well as the Mishima Saga itself, which is coming to a head in the penultimate title.
Tekken 7 launches worldwide on June 2, 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Warner Bros. is taking full advantage of the great timing of their DC Entertainment properties. Injustice 2 released last week to incredible fanfare (Listen to my thoughts Here), and Wonder Woman is releasing this week to incredible early reviews.
With that in mind, check out the trailer above, and make sure to jump into the Multiverse in Injustice 2 this week, to earn the Wonder Woman movie armor for your character. Injustice 2 is available now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
In March of this year, Microsoft revealed a new service for Xbox players that would allow them to pay $9.99/€9.99/£7.99 each month to receive access to a library of over 100 OnDemand games at any given time. Service for the Xbox Game Pass will begin on June 1st, but Microsoft is giving players the option to try out the service with a 14-day free trial.
With Xbox Game Pass, players can download as many games on the service as they like, and play them for as long as they like, or until the game is removed from the library. If you enjoy the title you are playing, you can buy it for 20% off and receive 10% off of its DLC, as well.
Microsoft Studios has announced that they’re releasing a 4K-restoration of the cult-classic fan favorite, Phantom Dust, today on the Microsoft Store for Xbox One and PC. The kicker? The game is free. There will be paid DLC for the title that will help speed up your progress, such as giving you stronger cards early on, but that in no way affects progression in the game, naturally.
Released in 2005 in North America, the title, directed by Panzer Dragoon‘s Yukio Futatsugi, is an action card-based strategy game, that Futatsugi has stated is his favorite game he’s ever created. Check out the video above for a more in-depth look at the game, which is also a fan favorite of Microsoft’s Phil Spencer.