As part of E3’s lead-up week, THQ Nordic has announced that a Destroy All Humans! remake is in the works for this 2005 cult-classic.
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Seasons After Fall is a beautiful 2D puzzle-platformer where players’ heartstrings will be pulled throughout the game. The artstyle and score foster a gorgeous ballad, but the basic platforming and unrewarding exploration holds the game back from being an exceptional experience. Continue reading Seasons After Fall Review
Central character Cole Train from the Gears of War series has sparked a lawsuit over the character’s apparent likeness to former football player and wrestler, Lenwood Hamilton.
If you haven’t heard, Middle of Nowhere Gaming is giving away three great games in celebration of MONG Podcast Episode 150.
Since its announcement, it’s been nebulous how much of a singleplayer campaign Ubisoft’s For Honor would have, with the majority of the game seeming to cater to the multiplayer crowd. However, creative director Jason VandenBerghe has since confirmed that the game will feature a full-fledged story. Continue reading For Honor campaign will offer a “full story”
Another day, another Brazil Rating Board leak. This time it’s Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Continue reading Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition rated for Xbox One, PS4, and PC
Warhorse Studios’ has announced Deep Silver will be publishing its open world medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Continue reading Kingdom Come: Deliverance to be published by Deep Silver
inXile Entertainment has announced Wasteland 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Continue reading Wasteland 3 announced, using crowdfunding platform Fig
The sequel will be in similar vein of the first game, just with more features and options, especially in customization.
Additions include: online multiplayer, a deeper create a character system, and the ability to create a team and a league. For the league you can create all the team logos, their uniforms, and decide how many teams are in your league. Further, the sequel also has a “more realistic presentation.” But don’t worry it still has kept some of its stylized nature from the first game.
Further additions: revamped graphics (obviously), improved character models, and updated, as well as new, stadiums. The interface has also undergone a modernization overhaul.
The online multiplayer will support co-op and versus player. Single player and local couch co-op has also been confirmed.
“With the launch of Super Mega Baseball we received an overwhelming and positive response from the community, confirmation of sustained interest in this style of streamlined gameplay in sports games, and some excellent feedback,” Metalhead co-founder Scott Drader said in a statement. “That feedback was consistent with our roadmap for the product and that has made decisions on where to improve the game rather easy–we’re improving upon the original largely with the set of features most requested by the community.”
Drader also confirmed the previous game’s ego system be carrying over.
Super Mega Baseball 2 is set to release sometime in 2017 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
This is everything I wanted in a sequel: stylized, but less goofy visuals/character models, and more customization options. It took me two years to pick up the first game after its launch, this time I’ll be getting a copy day-one.
Tyler Fischer is a Senior Writer for MONG who plays video games when he’s not busy researching alien conspiracy theories at 2AM. You can find him on Twitter.