The classic that put Suda51 on a rocket to video game stardom, Killer7, was revealed to be heading to Steam later this year. This marks the first time the game has been released outside of its initial release on PlayStation 2, and Nintendo Gamecube in 2005.
The game, originally published by Capcom, will now be published by NIS America, and include mouse-and-keyboard support for PC players.
The Steam Link app, releasing the week of May 21st, will allow Steam users to play their compatible library of games on Android and iOS devices (phones, tablets, and even Apple TV) if they’re connected, via Wi-Fi or ethernet to the same network as a PC or Mac with Steam installed. Additionally, the app will be compatible with the Steam Controller, so controlling titles shouldn’t be much of a hassle for owners.
Lastly, Valve has also announced that it will be releasing a similar app (or app update) allowing video owners to watch their library of purchased titles on mobile, as well.
Konami has decided to share the love of Super Bomberman R with the rest of the platforms outside of the Nintendo Switch, as the game has been announced for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Best of all? Each platform will have exclusive Bombers available for each.
Master Chief Bomber will be available on the Xbox, Ratchet & Clank Bomber will be available on PlayStation, and P-Body Bomber (Portal 2) will be available on Steam. Super Bomberman R launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on June 12th, 2018 in the Americas and June 14 globally, and on PC via Steam on June 13 priced at $39.99. Hit the jump for a full look at the new characters, and additional content.
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The fan-favorite classic, Chrono Trigger, is now available on Steam priced at $14.99. Until April 2nd, players can grab it as a limited edition with a Chrono Trigger medley that includes the songs “Battle with Magus,” “Chrono Trigger,” “Corridors of Time,” “Far Off Promise,” and “Wind Scene,” digital liner notes from composer Yasunori Mitsuda, and six wallpapers.
The PC version of Chrono Trigger has a number of features unique to it with optimized visuals, and support for keyboard and mouse, or controller. It also features a new autosave function, and the bonus dungeons from the Nintendo DS and mobile versions, Dimensional Vortex and Lost Sanctum, are both present. Chrono Trigger is also available on the Super NES, PlayStation, Nintendo DS and both Android and Apple iOS devices.
In a way, at least… Players that pick up Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition on Steam before the deadline of May 1st will receive the Half-Life Pack, which allows Noctis and multiplayer characters to cosplay as Gordon Freeman.
Players will receive the HEV Suit, Glasses, and even a Crowbar for their character in what is surely one of the coolest crossovers in quite some time. Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition will be available on March 6th, with a demo dropping February 26th.
Konami has released the launch trailer for Metal Gear Survive, which is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The trailer gives us a new, albeit late, look at many of the bosses and larger creatures that fill the wasteland of the dystopian world.
The trailer shows plenty of gameplay footage that spotlights playing online with friends, and defending your base from the zombie-like enemies of the game. While not a Metal Gear game in spirit, there appears to be some details that stayed from past games… like balloons? So, check this one out of your own volition.
Happinet and Asakusa Studios have announced a new sports game, randomly set in the Edo Period, that looks rather charming. In Dodgeball Rising, players will control a team of kabuki, ninja, samurai, sumo wrestlers, and sushi chefs as they engage in ferocious and fiery dodgeball battles.
Players choose their warriors, each with their own skills and abilities, and enter the Ultimate Imperial Dodgeball Tournament. Each character has their own story-line, during the tournament, which serves as a campaign mode. Offline play is available, as well, with up to 6 players able to join, with AI bots. Dodgeball Rising will appear on Steam’s Early Access program for PC on December 14th, 2017.
Arc System Works has revealed the next Persona character to join its massive line-up for BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle, releasing on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC, sometime in 2018. The latest character? Fan-favorite, Chie, from Persona 4 Arena.
The line-up is already massive, with crossovers between 4 games. Noel Vermillion joins fellow BlazBlue characters Hazama, Ragna the Bloodedge, Jin Kisaragi, and Rachel Alucard. Chie Satonaka joins Persona 4 Arena fighters Yu Narukami, and Yosuke Hanamura. While Under Night In-Birth gets representation with Hyde, Waldstein, and Lynne.
If you already know what Gal*Gun is, then this story won’t surprise you. Gal*Gun VR is now available on Steam for use with the HTC Vive. Gal*Gun is a popular Japanese rail shooter, that involves you, the protagonist, shooting a pheromone gun gifted to you by Cupid at various anime girls in an attempt to make them fall in love with you. It’s just as ridiculous as it sounds.
Now, the addition of VR adds an entirely new level of ridiculous, as in addition to the standard rail shooter VR experience, you can also move your head around in an attempt to look up their anime skirts, as well. Japan… you’re crazy. I love you.
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.
In what is most certainly not something anyone was expecting, developer Accolade, which closed their doors in 2000, has just announced a new game for their… popular character, Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back. The last Bubsy game to be released was in 1996, with Bubsy 3D. To say it did less than great would be an understatement.
Bubsy: the Woolies Strike Back is an all new Bubsy adventure featuring Bubsy in a bevy of exotic locations as he travels the planet looking for the beloved Golden Fleece. Bubsy must use all of his classic moves and a few new ones to dodge and out bobcat a battalion of Woolies, sharks and bess, not mention the gnarliest UFO bosses to ever grace a Bubsy adventure.