Naughty News Snatch escaped a little early yesterday and is very, very, sorry, and to make up for tricking Tony in to thinking it was Friday here’s another catch up of the bits on bobs we missed during the hectic week of Gamescom. We start with a sequel to a long running classic, the bullet hell shooter Raiden V: Director’s Cut has landed on PlayStation 4.
As you might have noticed there are lot of games around so here’s an update on some release dates which were announced in the past day. Dates are for UK unless stated otherwise.
- Still Time – 29th August (PS4, PS Vita)
- Fishing Planet – 29th August (PS4)
- Hidden Agenda – October 25th (PS4 with PlayLink)
HEX: Card Clash, the “wildly successful digital trading-card game” is coming to the PlayStation 4 later this Autumn. The interesting bit is you can win actual cash by playing.
It’s time for The Ridiculously Named Game From Japan, Section! Please welcome Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online! The PS4 version is out October 10th but the Steam version has now bee delayed “to ensure a smooth gameplay experience”. I think that means it needs a bit of a polish. Anyway, here’s some PR bumpf about the game
In Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online, you’ll hack ‘n’ slash as the Goddesses of Gamindustri playing an online MMORPG. Noire, Vert, and Uni showcase their chosen classes (Knight, Enchanter, and Thief) in the latest trailer!
Knight Noire – A powerful class that specializes in close combat to plow through the toughest enemies!
Enchanter Vert – Between attacking and healing, she can bestow elemental attributes to give your weapons an extra kick!
Thief Uni – With long-ranged pistols and incredible speed, she’s an agile adversary!
Milestone Interactive have announced that MXGP3 will be coming to Nintendo Switch before the end of the year.
SwapQuest has launched on PlayStation 4, here’s a trailer explaining the game.
News reaches us that Yakuza 2 is being remade for PlaStation 4. A listing for Yakuza Kiwami 2 popped up on the Taiwanese PlayStation store with a release date of December this year. Expect it to be officially announced this weekend.
Here’s some tag-team action from Sonic Forces.
Paragon has a new hero called Drongo. I thought that word was an insult over in Australia but whatever, here he is complete with a boomerang.
Metal Gear Survive is a survival action game in an alternative universe. In a struggle to survive, and understand this new environment, players engage in both a Single Play and connected co-op Play. In the battle for survival scavenged materials must be wrought into usable items, gear and weapons if you are to have any hope of making it home.
- Two ways to play: Single Play and CO-OP Play. These modes are linked via Base Camp. Character progress and gear carries between the two modes.
- Build and develop your Base Camp: This offers access to weapon and gear crafting. As well as offering you a command centre for planning missions in Single Play and CO-OP Play.
- Gather resources for use in crafting including blue prints and raw materials. These can be gathered in Single play by exploring the environment or won in successful CO-OP missions
- Develop Base camp with new facilities to aid survival, Including crop growing, animal rearing, food and water storage. As your camp develops you’ll gain access to high grade crafting items.
- Manage resources, including human essentials such as food and water as well as raw materials used for weapons, defences and expendables.
Another launch trailer has landed, this is Rivals of Aether which has plopped on to Xbox One.
Here’s a video showing just how extra pretty Rise of the Tomb Raider can be if you buy one of those new fangled Xbox One X things.
This next video is mighty impressive, a huge animated musical number that could have come from Disney Pixar, but is actually from Blizzard and advertising Hearthstone.
Not to be outdone, Overwatch also has an animated short.
Knack 2 is almost with is and to get you in the mood here’s twenty minutes of co-op gameplay from the title.
And Finally, of course it has to be some Improbable Boobs, courtesy of the ever reliable Senran Kagura series. This trailer shows off some new costumes for Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash which go translucent when wet, and some of the smallest bikinis ever seen.