Katamari Damacy, the game about rolling things up into a growing ball, is getting a high def remaster this year, and this time around it’ll be coming to PC.
Tennocon 2018 had a number of surprises for fans of the space ninja MMO, one of which is the new Fortuna open-world Venus update. Developing on many of the features established by last year’s Plains of Eidolon expansion, Fortuna opens up a massive new area for players to explore on the surface of Venus, which promises to create new avenues for every type of player from loreseekers to Fashion Framers.
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September 15: A team has completed The Last Wish raid, Bungie has confirmed.
If all the free-to-play relaunches and betas and free trials this weekend weren’t enough for you, there’s also got a selection of free games for your enjoyment. Alan Wake’s American Nightmare and Limbo are the biggest titles on offer, but there’s a further a selection of seven cool indies for your enjoyment – and they’re all DRM free.
Sexual harassment in online games like Overwatch may soon be punishable by law – at least in South Korea. A proposed bill from the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family would make some types of toxic behaviour in gaming chat a crime.
Warframe’s melee combat is getting a major revision, and it’s been a long time coming. It’s still some time away, thanks in part to a design change that the developers revealed today – and it looks like it’s worth the wait, as it will present a fast, fluid way of swapping between ranged and melee combat on a whim.
Warframe is getting extreme with the introduction of K-Drive hoverboards, and they’ll offer exactly the sort of sweet style you’d want want from a futuristic skateboard. You can earn deck art by gaining standing with the new faction, the Vent Kids, and you’ll naturally be grinding rep by grinding tricks, in what I’d like to describe as a sort of Tenno Hawk’s Pro Skater.
You may already be aware but the online functionality for the Nintendo Switch will soon be restricted. Gamers will have to start paying a subscription fee in order to enjoy select online features but unlike other subscription services for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the price is quite a bit cheaper with a yearly price set for $19.99. During September’s Nintendo Direct, we got a few more details regarding this upcoming subscription service that kicks off this month.