This article covers Deathwing-Dragonlord and Embrace the Shadow.Blizzard have announced a live stream on April 21, and it seems likely we will get a mass reveal on that date.
Yesterday saw the reveal of two Mage cards, Servant of Yogg-Saron and Faceless Summoner.Faceless Summoner is an efficient way to put a lot of stats on the board.
SMAC Games has announced Tokyo 42, a new open-world action title set in a futuristic Japan that describes itself as the "lovechild of Syndicate and GTA 1"."Set in a future Tokyo, the game will see you become an assassin and uncover a dark conspiracy that will effect everyone," reads the blurb.
It's been a while since we've heard anything from our friends at Fool's Theory about SEVEN.When we first reported on the game in August, Fool's Theory and IMGN.
The folks at publisher Focus Home Interactive have announced the release date of The Technomancer, Spiders' sort-of-sequel to Mars: War Logs.The game will be released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on June 21st.
To be honest, this came out of the left field for me, considering it hadn't been teased at all and that this isn't a big season for announcements, but it's a pleasant surprise.For now, the only information comes from the official website and the reveal trailer.
EA is holding their first annual EA Play conference right now and of course they are discussing the likes of series such as Titanfall, Madden, and Mass Effect, but they also focused on the smaller scale with their new EA Originals.EA Originals seem to be their way of helping smaller indie developers to make games with the good will of helping them get all their profits earned, which is a big deal.
The European PlayStation blog has announced the release of a PlayStation 4 bundle for one of Sony’s hottest exclusives of the year: Horizon Zero Dawn.Developed by Killzone creators Guerrilla Games, Horizon: Zero Dawn is a third-person action game set in a post-apocalyptic future where humans have regressed to a prehistoric stage and machines have evolutioned into a form of wild animals.
As hard as it may be to believe, the Nintendo Switch is only 10 days away from release after having only been announced late last year and then unveiled further in a live presentation last month.Since that presentation in mid-January, we have learned more details than was originally announced, but there is still plenty of aspects of the system that remain a mystery.
The Dragon Quest series is one of the most popular of them all in Japan and there is no question that the upcoming Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time will see plenty of that same success.After being announced awhile ago, a release date for the game is finally coming very soon, as Square Enix has announced when that actual reveal will come.