Fable Fortune is a digital card game in development by Flaming Fowl Studios and Mediatonic for Xbox One and Windows 10 PC, featuring single player, co-op, and PvP modes. The project was originally seeking funding via a Kickstarter campaign, but the studio has since secured external development funding, and as a result, decided to end their Kickstarter early. It is in open beta and free to play now!
The following features will be available in the closed beta:
The TERA console Open Beta will take place on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One between March 9th (6 AM PST) and March 12nd (12 AM PST). You’ll just have to download the clients from the PlayStation and/or Microsoft Store to access the test.
Matt Denomme, Sr. Product Manager at En Masse Entertainment, quoted:
"TERA’s development team at Bluehole, Inc. has taken great care to adapt the vast world of TERA and it’s best-in-genre action combat to console platforms. We feel the results speak for themselves and we’re excited to get the game in the hands of players during our upcoming Open Beta event weekend. Consoles need a solid MMORPG and TERA is prepared to deliver."
Developed by Bluehole with the Unreal Engine 3, the game was published in North America by En Masse Entertainment which is now handling the console ports in both North America and Europe.
Jessica's (Krysten Ritter) back, with her drinking and darkness in full effect as she tries to get to the bottom of what happened to her and her family as a child. It looks to be a background story hidden in her search for why she is what she is, hidden in a hunt for a serial killer which could be linked to her background story. Season 1 of Jessica Jones got the most favorable ratings return of all the other Marvel shows on Netflix, so a Season 2 has been very much anticipated by fans.
Marvel's Jessica Jones Season 2 premieres on Netflix Friday, March 8.
After several playtest sessions on the iOS version (using our Ipad Air and an IPhone 6s & 7) we were quite sold on 40K Regicide! You can take the classic game of Chess to an all new level in the Warhammer universe. Game details below:
Regicide is a brutal take on one of the greatest turn based strategy games of all time. The game fuses multiple phases of combat with dynamic action. Maneuver your army into place and unleash a devastating array of tactical abilities to crush your enemies. The game offers two distinct modes:
Atari has been putting it’s focus on two big strategies: crowdfunding and promoting products that don’t exist. It’s become commonplace for struggling companies to co-opt the rampant interest in cryptocurrencies to excite investors and at least give the appearance of being on the cutting edge.
"Shares in the Paris-based company have soared more than 60 percent since it gave further details of its crypto push on Feb. 8, after first mentioning some of the plans in December. Atari is taking a stake in a company that’s building a blockchain-based digital entertainment platform and, as part of that agreement, it will create its own digital currency called Atari Token. The company is also expanding its online casino-gaming partnership with Pariplay Ltd. to allow gambling with digital currencies."
Ataribox was announced in July with little to show except some nice looking renders. Coming on the heels of Nintendo’s massive success with two vintage console reissues, the Ataribox concept sounded promising. But then we got some specs, and most importantly a price. Atari is focused on making some sort of set-top streaming box with some Atari classics and indie games, and it’s looking to charge somewhere between $250 and $300. An upcoming Indiegogo campaign to fund the initial manufacturing was announced and launch date of “Spring 2018" was set. In December, those plans were delayed.
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According to The Information, Google might be preparing for a big move into gaming. The company is reportedly working on a game streaming service called Yeti, which would leverage the success of its Chromecast platform to deliver games without a download. This is all still very much rumor and speculation, but it could be a big business if Google gets it right.
Google would not be the first or only company offering game streaming. NVIDIA has GeForce Now, but that requires a Shield Android TV that costs almost $200. A Chromecast is $35. Sources tell The Information that Google's hardware team has developed a game controller to pair with the service, and there's also some work being done on a dedicated Yeti console based on the Cast framework. Presumably, it would also be cheap. We're not sure what sort of games Google would stream on Yeti, but hopefully high-end PC & Console games are among the offerings.
Game streaming is a viable option only for those with fast internet connections. The game is rendered on a remote server and the video is streamed to the user. Controller inputs are sent back upstream to control the game. If it's done well, the communication lag is imperceptible. Doing it well isn't easy, though. There's also the issue of monthly bandwidth caps instituted by many ISPs. If all your gaming uses up your monthly allotment, you might just do local gaming instead.
The Star Wars movies as we know them will come to an end next year, with Episode IX of the "Skywalker Saga" finishing out the original storyline. But that certainly won't be all for the franchise. Besides a potential Obi-Wan Kenobi standalone arriving in 2020, there's also a new trilogy in the works from The Last Jedi writer/director Rian Johnson. And now, directly from Lucasfilm (via StarWars.com), comes word of another series of movies from another exciting source: David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.
This series could wind up going to theaters in alternating years opposite Johnson's movies, which would put the franchise in multiplexes at least through the mid 2020s. But there's also speculation that this project could be something for the small screen instead. The duo is mostly known for television productions, though Benioff has written theatrical features in the past (including X-Men Origins: Wolverine). And Disney might be looking for some original movies for their new streaming service, set to launch in late 2019.
Interestingly enough, the duo going from Westeros to the Galaxy Far, Far Away makes sense given how many Game of Thrones actors have already made the leap to Star Wars, or vice versa. There's Gwendoline Christie in The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi, and now Emilia Clarke is co-starring in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Many others have shared in both worlds, including Max von Sydow, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Julian Glover and Jessica Henwick.
Batallion 1944 (PC Early Access) – February 1
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (PC) – February 1
Night In The Woods (Switch) – February 1
Steamworld Dig (Switch) – February 1
UFC 3 (PS4, Xbox One) - February 2
Shadow of the Colossus (PS4) – February 6
Civilization VI: Rise and Fall (PC) – February 8
Dragon Quest Builders (Switch) - February 9
The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia (PS4) – February 9
Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] (PS4, PS3, Vita) – February 9
Dynasty Warriors 9 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – February 13
The Fall 2: Unbound (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – February 13
Kingdom Come: Deliverance (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – February 13
Owlboy (Switch, PS4, Xbox One) – February 13
Crossing Souls (PS4, PC) – February 13
Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology (3DS) – February 13
Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – February 13
The Longest Five Minutes (Switch, Vita, PC) – February 13
Secret of Mana (PC, PS4, Vita) – February 15
Bayonetta 1 + 2 Collection (Switch) - February 16
Fe (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – February 16
Long Gone Days (PC) – February 18
Metal Gear Survive (PC, PS4, Xbox One) - February 20
Age of Empires: Definitive Edition (PC) – February 20
Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus (Switch) - February 22
Past Cure (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – February 23
Yume Nikki: Dream Diary (PC) – February 23
De Blob 2 (PS4, Xbox One) – February 27
Payday 2 (Switch) - February 27
Bravo Team (PSVR) – March 6
Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 6
Frantics (PS4) – March 6
Scribblenauts Showdown (Switch, PS4, Xbox One) – March 6
Devil May Cry HD Collection (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 13
Golem (PSVR) – March 13
Kirby Star Allies (Switch) – March 16
Assassin's Creed Rogue: Remastered (PS4, Xbox One) – March 20
Attack on Titan 2 (PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch) - March 20
Sea of Thieves (Xbox One, PC) – March 20
Titan Quest (PS4, Xbox One) – March 20
A Way Out (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 23
Detective Pikachu (3DS) – March 23
Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (PS4, PC) – March 23
Pure Farming 2018 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 23
Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings (PS4, Switch, PC) – March 27
Far Cry 5 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) - March 27
MLB The Show 18 (PS4) – March 27
Agony (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 30
According to Deadline, Amazon is currently developing a Conan the Barbarian television series, inspired by Robert E. Howard's famous novels.
With Conan, Amazon appears to be continuing its venture into big-scale fantasy offerings. The company is currently producing a series based on J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings saga, and its historically-based fantasy show Britannia
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