If a few hints from Atlus are any indication, a sequel Catherine might be on the horizon.
During today’s “Golden Recruitment Special Program,” which Atlus held to recruit talent for its new development team Studio Zero, several nods to the narrative-driven puzzle adventure game appeared.
As reported by Persona Central, the stream was Golden Playhouse-themed and featured music from Catherine. On top of that, appearances by Trisha, the host from Catherine, bookended the livestream.
Welcome to IGN Australia’s League of Legends tournament snapshot! The idea behind this doc is to give you a quick reference guide for the upcoming LoL events in Australia and a handy calendar for international tournaments you can’t miss.
We’ll be updating this regularly — we know OPL Split 2 begins after League of Origin, for example, but we’re not sure exactly when. We want the community’s help whenever possible, so if you’re a player or an event organiser get in touch. If you’re a super fan and notice something is missing – or we have a placeholder time, let us know! You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can just click here to send me an email.
The racing sim Gear Club Unlimited will release December 1 on Nintendo Switch.
Developer Eden Games is behind the game and previously worked on the Test Drive Unlimited series. Gear Club Unlimited will feature over 400 races in three modes: Derby, Rally and Time Trial.
Some of the cars already revealed for Gear Club Unlimited include the Bugatti Veyron GrandSport, Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and Nissan 370Z. They can be customized in the game too.
Yesterday, Nintendo highlighted 17 indie games coming to Switch as part of the latest Nindies Showcase.
Battlefield 1’s upcoming expansion, In the Name of the Tsar, will be released for all players on September 19.
According to the official Battlefield 1 blog, players who own either Battlefield 1 Revolution or the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass will have access to the DLC two weeks ahead of time on September 5.
The expansion, priced at $15 USD/£12, comes included with the game’s $50/£40 Premium Pass.
In the Name of the Tsar introduces six new maps, a new mode, new weapons, and two new classes. For more on the expansion, check out IGN’s breakdown of all the new content.
Oxenfree, the supernatural indie mystery from Night School Studio, is headed to Nintendo Switch.
Night School Studio teased the port on Twitter. According to co-founder Sean Krankel, it will be playable in both controller and touchscreen mode. A release date and trailer will be revealed “in the coming days.”
Oxenfree is a paranormal adventure about a group of teenagers who stumble upon a mysterious force while partying on an island. The main character Alex can manipulate certain objects like doors by adjusting the frequency on her handheld radio. Our review of Oxenfree gave it a 8.2/10, calling it a “beautiful coming-of-age story” and praising its branching dialogue.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is getting bigger all the time, with next year’s Ant-Man and the Wasp adding several new heroes and villains to the mix. One of those new additions is Ghost (played by Hannah John-Kamen), a sinister villain who — in the comics anyway — lives to make life miserable for the business tycoons of the Marvel U.
If you’re not familiar with Ghost, here’s everything you need to know about the villain and his/her comic book background.
Where most Marvel villains are busy trying to take over the world or feuding with their superhero nemesis of choice, Ghost is more motivated by a love of anarchy and a desire to punish oppressive corporations. Ghost has dedicated himself (more on the character’s gender in a sec!) to attacking the largest corporate empires in the Marvel Universe, using a combination of elite hacking skills and phasing abilities to dismantle them from the inside out. Sometimes he works as a hired mercenary performing acts of corporate espionage. Other times he chooses his own targets. But either way, Ghost is a real thorn in the side of powerful businessmen in general and Tony Stark in particular.
Niantic and The Pokemon Company have announced that Legendary Pokemon Raikou, Entei, and Suicune are coming to Pokemon Go starting today.
Each of the three will appear in raid battles in one region at a time. From today until September 30, Raikou will appear in gyms in the Americas, Entei will appear in gyms in Europe and Africa, and Suicane will be in gyms in the Asia-Pacific region. On September 30, the Pokemon will swap locations for a month, and then swap one more time to their last remaining region on October 31, making the full set eventually available worldwide.