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The Monster Hunter Tokyo Game Show Trailer Is out of This World

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The Tokyo Game Show is almost here, and Capcom has prepared an all-new trailer for Monster Hunter World to hype the latest entry in its flagship franchise.

The trailer is a combination of pre-rendered graphics and in-game cutscenes. Not only will Monster Hunter World use these cutscenes to tell its story (and not just introduce new monsters), but it will also have a story that apparently revolves around mysterious mounds of molten material. However, the game will primarily focus on hunting monsters, and like all Monster Hunter games, this entry will include both new and old faces. The trailer shows some of the creatures we’ve already been introduced to, including the Iguana-like Jagras and Great Jagras, the not-Chameleos Pukei-Pukei, the rock-throwing Kulu-Ya-Ku, the Anjanath — or as I like to call him, the vulturesaurus-rex — and the iconic Rathalos. However, the trailer also introduces several new creatures, including what appears to be a larger Noios (given Monster Hunter naming conventions, it will be called a Great Noios), a massive, big-horned dragon called the Nergigante, an unidentified monster the size of a mountain, a powerful climber and glider with a viper-like face and neck, a gigantic bird-like creature, a raptor-like monster with giant eyebrows that can blind enemies with a flash of light, and a fluffy, floating, bat-like creature. While some of these new faces are more reminiscent of real-world animals than those from the previous games, these creatures still demonstrate the creative team’s ability to design wildly imaginative and imposing monsters.

While the trailer focuses on the titular monsters, it also demonstrates some new features in Monster Hunter World, especially new locations. The trailer prominently shows off the game’s hub, this time a large outpost built into a cliff, where players can obtain missions, purchase and upgrade equipment, and chow down on delicious, stat-boosting meals. The video also prominently displays two new areas, a blasted canyon full of sharp, craggy rocks, and a “forest” where the trees are made out of coral, and the sky makes the place look as if it were underwater. The trailer also shows two of Monster Hunter World‘s new mantle items, specifically one that lets players be hit by attacks without flinching (no idea if they still take damage) and another that can be used to glide and travel on updrafts. However, the biggest new feature is in a blink and you’ll miss it moment. Longtime Monster Hunter fans are very familiar with the Felyne, a sentient species of bipedal, talking, cat-like monsters that act as the player’s personal squires/assistants and love to tell cat puns. But now, in Monster Hunter World, they will be able to ride small monsters such as the Jagras bareback and use them in combat. I’m excited to learn more about this mechanic and if certain rideable monsters come with unique abilities.

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This trailer has me thoroughly excited for Monster Hunter World‘s release, which will be January 26th, 2018 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. While a PC version is in the works, it will come at a later, unspecified date. Gamers who pre-order the PS4 and Xbox One versions will receive a special special armor set and charm that will help out at the beginning but quickly be outclassed after a few hours of hunting.

All you have to do to get my attention is talk about video games, technology, anime, and/or Dungeons & Dragons - also people in spandex fighting rubber suited monsters.

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Forges of Corruption DLC adds an explosive twist to the action-packed shooter Warhammer 40000: Boltgun

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Warhammer 40000: Boltgun proved to be an impressively well-crafted shooter, immersing players in the bleak and foreboding world of Game Workshop’s captivating universe. Now, fans can look forward to an extensive expansion with the Forges of Corruption DLC. Get ready to unleash the Emperor’s justice starting on June 18th on both PS5 and PS4.

Auroch Digital’s latest first-person shooter takes players on an exciting new campaign across five distinct environments. Undoubtedly, these pits will be teeming with heretics, including the treacherous Black Legion, who have recently received reinforcements in the form of Terminators armed with Lightning Claws and imposing Helbrutes. The Multi-Melta and Missile Launcher are now available for requisition, providing an effective means of eliminating enemy forces.

In addition, all players can enjoy the new Horde Mode, which offers four levels of difficulty and a unique set of in-game achievements to pursue. An upcoming navigation guide will provide players with a more forgiving experience when navigating through the game’s levels.

Have you acquired Warhammer 40000: Boltgun? Are you interested in experiencing additional content with the Forges of Corruption DLC? Engage in fierce battles against the adversaries of the Imperium in the comments section below.

 

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Sushi Ben Seems Like a Fantastic PSVR2-Based Manga Experience

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Immersing oneself in realistic worlds using the impressive capabilities of Sony’s PSVR2 headset is undeniably fantastic. However, there are instances where stylized visuals can prove to be more effective. Sushi Ben seems to have a good grasp on the concept of delivering a manga-inspired world, which will be available starting on May 28th. This lively release from Big Brane offers a delightful collection of mini-games, allowing players to immerse themselves in the charming atmosphere of a coastal town.

In order to prevent the local sushi bar from going out of business, you’ll have to lend a hand to the local townsfolk and engage in a range of activities to boost trade. As one would anticipate, fishing is the main focus as you embark on angling adventures to catch various types of fish in order to satisfy your customers’ desires.

And that’s not all! There is a wide array of activities to immerse yourself in, such as table tennis, bug-catching, dog walking, archery, and more. Each of these experiences fully utilizes the innovative motion-controlled gameplay that is exclusive to PSVR2. The manga art style in this game is truly impressive, featuring dynamic pop-up comic book panels and other visually stunning elements.

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Online previews of the upcoming Call of Duty game have been released in anticipation of its official announcement next month

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Activision has recently started teasing the upcoming Call of Duty game, captivating fans with a mysterious website and a tantalizing short clip. In this intriguing snippet, the slogan “The Truth Lies” is cleverly superimposed over the eyes of the iconic former USA presidents at Mount Rushmore. The website showcases a vintage television set where users can indulge in a variety of clips across six different channels. Below, you’ll discover the website link and an intriguing video showcasing Mount Rushmore.

Treyarch is the company behind the most recent game, which is likely to be another entry in the Call of Duty Black Ops subseries. The newest rumors indicate that the upcoming release is titled Black Ops 6 and is set to hit the shelves in October. Following the Xbox Games Showcase on June 9, 2024, a full reveal will be unveiled.

Billbil-Kun, a former PS Plus leaker, joined in by sharing what they believe to be a blurred image of the game’s key art. The scene reveals a discernible figure amidst a vibrant orange hue. Allow me to present the picture:

With Microsoft’s recent acquisition of Activision, it seems that the company is poised to fulfill its promise of including the upcoming Call of Duty game in the Xbox Game Pass bundle. Nevertheless, adjustments will be necessary for the membership service to accommodate it, potentially resulting in a price increase. The title will be released as per usual on both the PS5 and PS4. Are you eagerly anticipating this year’s release? Feel free to leave your initial thoughts on the teaser- theme in the comments section.

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