Atlus has announced Catherine: Full Body is coming to the West.
While a release date for the West has yet to be revealed, the first official Japanese trailer (below) says the forthcoming Catherine remake will launch “next winter,” which could be as late as early 2019.
Catherine: Full Body was revealed earlier this week for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. Studio Zero, Atlus’ new internal development team, is developing the remake, which will adds a number of new features to the 2011 story-driven puzzle game.
Weeeeelcooome to Nintendo Voice Chat, Episode 387 — our last news and impressions-focused NVC of the year. Don’t worry, we’ll return next week, but with a “Year in Review” focused special episode instead of our regular programming.
This week, Casey DeFreitas joins the panel as we talk about the latest game releases on Nintendo Switch (and some on 3DS), the awards Nintendo secured in our own annual “Best of Awards”, sales data from Japan, and Splatoon 2 and Arms updates, before answering many of your most burning questions.
As always, you can watch NVC here on IGN and on our YouTube channel (subscribe and hit the bell!) or listen to it on your commute in audio format. If you enjoy the show, share it with other Nintendo fans, make a constructive comment, and give us a thumbs up or leave us a review.
A second patch for the Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has been released.
According to the PUBG team’s forum post, this latest patch focuses on quality of life fixes, addressing stability issues, weapon recoil, crash fixes, and more. There will be more updates coming to the game, with the next patch expected to be released in the beginning of next year.
The full Xbox One patch notes are as follows:
Continued performance optimizations
The lineup of free games available to Xbox Live Gold subscribers in January 2018 have been revealed.
According to Microsoft’s announcement on Xbox Wire, the following titles will be free for subscribers next month:
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing III — January 1-31 (Xbox One)
Zombi — January 16 to February 15 (Xbox One)
Tomb Raider Underworld — January 1-15 (Xbox One, Xbox 360)
Army of Two — January 16-31 (Xbox One, Xbox 360)
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing III—NeocoreGames’ action RPG, which was released first on PC in 2015—will make its way to Microsoft’s console, complete with Xbox One X enhancements upon launch. Ubisoft’s first-person horror game Zombi puts players in the middle of London circa 2012. Read IGN’s Zombi review for our thoughts on why it’s “the textbook example of a game that needs a sequel.”
If you’re in the market for an action-RPG that’s deep enough to keep you slaying beasts for months, Monster Hunter: World should absolutely be on your radar. Check out our preview to learn about its deft handling of complex gameplay systems. Then mark your calendar for January 26, 2018, because that’s when it lands on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Or you could just preorder it now. But before you do, you’ll want to know about the special editions and preorder bonuses the various retailers are offering. We have all the information below, including deals that could save you some money. Read on, monster hunters.
Nintendo of America has released the very first episode of its new Nintendo Power Podcast. With Nintendo Power Podcast, Nintendo employees, developers and special guests discuss the world of Nintendo – from Mario to the Legend of Zelda, and everything in between.
The mysterious scientist has revealed herself! Dr. Coyle is now playable as part of the free 5.0 update
As head of ARMS Lab, the good (?) doctor runs the Party Crash program, created Hedlock and Helix, and even experimented on herself! Talk about dedication to her craft.