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Sony has just revealed that Beyond: Two Souls will be bringing its innumerable polygons to PS3 on October 8. The announcement eschews any mention of PS4, but does have some extra flavour. Dafoe flavour. Yes, the rumour that Willem Dafoe is part of Quantic Dream’s ambitious title is true, despite David Cage’s denial of the fact last year.
Last week, Square Enix announced a secretive new title, Murdered: Soul Suspect. While a series of online puzzles have already revealed some cryptic images, today we have a teaser trailer and concrete information straight from Square Enix that the title will be out for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC… in 2014.
With Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel movie arriving on June 14th, more details of his take on Superman’s world are hitting the internet. Yesterday, among the trading cards, maquettes, and plushes at Toy Fair, we spotted your boy Kal-El and three other characters from the film in these gorgeous new toys from DC Collectibles.
Starting off the morning with a blast from the past (in more ways than one) developer Triumph Studios has announced Age of Wonders III, a new sequel for their turn-based strategy series that has been dormant since 2003. While specific gameplay details are still sparse, it will definitely be expanding on the model established in 2002′s AoW II.
The high-ranking members who left Bulletstorm studio People Can Fly last August have just announced their first game, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter.
Hyper-complex medieval strategy game and one of our 2012 GOTY nominees Crusader Kings II has a new expansion on the way, and the announcement trailer just hit the web.