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  1. Site: http://luminesremastered.com Platforms: Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC (Steam) Release Date: June 26th Price: $14.99 The critically-acclaimed puzzle game produced by legendary creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi is back! LUMINES REMASTERED is an HD remaster of the original Lumines that debuted on the PlayStation Portable in 2004. Quickly earning the top-rated PSP spot, it grew into a franchise on other platforms and selling over 2.5 million units worldwide. Relive the memories on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam (in 4K) and for the first time on a Nintendo console! LUMINES REMASTERED beautifully marries the elements of sound, light and puzzle-action into one addictive, yet easy-to-play game. You’re at the center of the high-energy, block-dropping action while you groove to awesome house, trance and techno beats! Feel the sound: Play over 40 skins with electronic atmospheres from chill to upbeat. Shuffle skins (like a music playlist) as more are unlocked in a new Shuffle mode. Feel the rhythm: Feel the rhythm and blocks dropping from the dynamic HD Rumble of the Joy-ConTM, DualShock®4, Xbox One controllers. Choose to feel both rhythm and blocks or just the blocks. Feel the vibration: Turn on Trance Vibration and sync multiple controllers to feel the bass across your body. Feel the challenge: Faster tempos means less time to make combos, but slower songs can mean uncleared stacks. You’ll get hooked. Feel the fun: Take the challenge to unlock all skins and avatars, play against friends in VS 2-player mode, or climb the ranks to the top of the online leaderboards. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Challenge: The basic game mode in LUMINES REMASTERED. Skin Edit: You can select 10 of your favorite skins and play a single lap. Time Attack: Clear as many blocks as possible in 60, 180, and 300 seconds! Puzzle: Create images (dog, cat, etc.) using one color of the blocks and surrounding it with the other. Mission: Clear some tricky missions within a given time limit. VS CPU: Challenge yourself to an AI opponent! Squeeze them out of their grid to win! 2P Battle: Play against a friend and see who's the block-dropping champ! Anyone looking forward to this? There seems to be quite a lot of excitement for this, especially the Switch version (Seems Enhance Games is really pushing the Switch version over the others). While I've never played LUMINES, I've been wanting to give it a shot for quite a while. I'm a love trippy/chill puzzles games like Nintendo's Art Style series and this looks to be quite the experience. I've heard that people have really loved the series in the past and especially its music. It's nice to see the series finally hitting a Nintendo system with the Switch, so I can finally give it a shot.
  2. So, Lumines X Tertris = Tetris Effect? OMG! THIS IS TRIPPY AS FUCK!!! Too bad this is PS4 only, because I'd absolutely love to have this on Switch.
  3. And I believe this is just a sample of the opening theme for KHIII by Utada Hikaru, of course. English Japanese Also, I'm not sure if this was shared at the event or after but it is confirmed that the release date of Kingdom Hearts III will be revealed at E3 2018! The wait is almost over, who's hyped, what do you think of the theme song, and is Riku rocking that new outfit proper? Thoughts?
  4. Today DrinkBox Studios announced a sequel to their 2013 smash hit with Guacamelee! 2 for the PS4 and PC. Players once again control Juan Aguacate in a colorful action-platformer inspired by Mexican artwork. All-new abilities promise even more platforming and combat challenges, along with 4-player local co-op and 300% more chickens. DrinkBox hasn't announced a release date but for now they expect the game to launch in spring/summer of 2018. I'm pretty excited to see DrinkBox return to the world of Guacamelee! The first one was fantastic, and this short trailer has already got me itching for more. After the first game and Severed I have complete faith in DrinkBox to continue to make excellent games. And although this announcement is only for PS4 and PC I wouldn't be surprised to see Guacamelee! 2 release on the Switch at some point.
  5. Kirbymeister2

    Tekken 7 (PS4) Review

    Kirbymeister2 reviews one of the latest fighting games of this year: Tekken 7... and gives his honest thoughts as well
  6. This article at PlayStation Blog details some of the unique gameplay mechanics of Sundered. You explore procedurally generated dungeons to battle monsters and collect shards. When you die you're brought back to the hub world where you can spend shards on the Skill Tree. You can upgrade stats like health and melee damage, or equip Perks that you find while exploring. Perks have both positive and negative effects, so you may want to experiment with different set-ups. Sundered aims to have plenty of replay value thanks to this variability and the ever changing dungeon maps. There are also Abilities found in special shrines throughout the game that add powerful new attacks and unlock new branches on the skill tree. Abilities can be enhanced with special Elder Shards collected from bosses but it comes at a cost. Corrupting the Ability with an Elder Shard will have repercussions on the story and ending, hence the game's key tagline: Resist or Embrace. ***************** I still really love the graphics in this game, looking forward to playing it myself to see everything. The gameplay sounds interesting, maybe like a less tedious Souls kind of game since you retain upgrade points when you die. I'd love to see this on the Switch but if not I'll definitely try to get it on PS4.
  7. The cult classic series Zero Escape will be seeing a new release Spring 2017 with Zero Escape: The Nonary Games, a compilation of the first two games in the series on PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and Steam. The two games, originally released as 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors for Nintendo DS and iOS, and Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward for Nintendo 3DS and PS Vita, have been remastered for the new platforms and look better than ever before. Zero Time Dilemma, the third and final entry in the series, is already available on Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita, and Steam.
  8. There's no way the environments are actually going to look that good in-game... right?
  9. http://venturebeat.com/2016/10/13/xbox-one-outsold-playstation-4-again-in-september/ Xbox One has trounced PS4 in sales for a third month in the U.S., with September being number 3.
  10. Other controllers to follow, but in the future, Steam will be getting native support in games for controllers other than their own Steam Controller, starting with the DualShock 4. No more DS4Windows!
  11. http://gematsu.com/2016/10/senran-kagura-peach-beach-splash-announced-ps4 Guess Senran Kagura's not coming back to Nintendo anymore. Makes sense since the audience is really on PlayStation.
  12. Opencritic - 84 Metacritic - 81 Attack Of The Fanboy - 4.5/5 Dualshockers - 9.5/10 Hardcore Gamer - 4.5/5 PlayStation Universe - 9/10 CGMagazine - 8.5/10 Gamesradar - 4/5 Gameinformer - 8/10 WCCFtech - 6/10 Not going to lie, I did really like what I played so far of the demo of the PS Vita version. I think I want this. Anyone else in the same boat?