Trailers Trailers From Last Week 2-8-2015 – PERSONA 5

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Finally, some more information for Persona 5 has finally been released. The new gameplay trailer shows off the new characters, the graphical and art style and the new gameplay features. The game seems to be borrowing characters and/or areas from Catherine too. The dungeon crawling aspects have been expanded, adding platforming mechanics and some special abilities. The day to day life gameplay is still present and social links are to be expected. Here’s hoping that Persona 5 comes sooner rather than later.

White Night is a new IP horror game that uses a film noir visual atheistic. Not much is shown of the gameplay but it’s nice to see a horror game that isn’t realistic or gritty looking.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 shows off gameplay of what seems to be apart of the story mode with Hashirama vs. Marada in the past. The battle shows off how flash the game is on the next gen consoles and it looks awesome.

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News Nintendo Direct 1-14-2015 Analysis

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The first Nintendo Direct for 2015 was released last week and  it’s a loaded one. A slew of new games, updates to the Wii U and a new 3DS are coming in the new year and there’s a lot to be excited for.

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Trailers New Trailers From This Past Week 1-18-2015

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I occasionally put up trailers on games that I’m interested in but it seems more efficient to put multiple in a single post. So at the end of each week I gather up a few trailers that I find, say my two cents and post them all here for your convenience.

I don’t know if Bandai Namco knows what the word ultimate means but for some reason I don’t think that this will be the last Naruto fighting game.

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Review Dragon’s Crown

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Dragon’s Crown is brought to you by Vanillaware and Atlus, one of the kings of niche JRPGs. The game draws elements from games like Gauntlet Legends and the arcade versions of Dungeons and Dragons as well the RPG elements of Boarderlands. They take familiar elements and create a new beat-em up experience. Does this old, almost forgotten genre stand strong?

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