Point-and-click adventure game The Lion’s Song is coming to the Nintendo Switch on July 10, Mi’pu’mi Games announced Wednesday. The narrative-driven game consists of four self-contained episodes, all taking place in 20th-century Austria. Each episode follows a different artist or scientist, with players helping these brilliant minds fight through issues like creative blocks and personal struggles.
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The creators of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds were none too happy with seeing another studio seemingly “copy” their game, so much so that the PUBG Corporation filed a copyright lawsuit against Epic Games back in January because of their hit game Fortnite. However, that fight seems to be over. According to Bloomberg, PUBG Corporation sent a letter of withdrawal to Epic’s lawyers, marking the end of their lawsuit in South Korea.
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Looking for some tactical RPG action? Well, developer Abyssal Arts has you covered with their new game, City of the Shroud. Monday, the studio announced that City of the Shroud will arrive on PC and Mac via Steam on Aug. 9, with a planned release of the Definitive Edition on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One set for sometime in 2019.
Read on – https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2018/06/episodic-tactical-rpg-city-of-shroud-headed-to-pc.html
PUBG Mobile adds first-person mode, Arcade mode, Royale Pass and more in its latest update. Big things are happening for those who play Playerunkown’s Battlegrounds on mobile. According to Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation, new updates are coming to the mobile version of the popular battle royale game, including a new first-person mode.
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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden gets a new gameplay trailer, plus preorder bonuses for standard and deluxe editions. A couple of months ago, publisher Funcom and developer The Bearded Ladies announced that it was bringing the classic pen-and-paper role-playing game Mutant Year Zero to life with a video game adaptation called Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden. The game’s first teaser trailer showed off a post-apocalyptic world featuring a humanoid duck, pig and stone person fighting for survival against unknown forces. If that wasn’t enough to get you on board, today brings a brand new gameplay trailer, complete with a bunch of tactical RPG goodness.
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PlayStation Now is reportedly adding downloadable games this fall. In an apparent bid to compete with Microsoft’s popular digital rental service, Xbox Game Pass, Sony is reportedly making a major change to PlayStation Now. Kotaku U.K. reports that Sony’s streaming service is adding downloadable games sometime in late September.
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The creators of Square Enix’s Octopath Traveler reveal that there are no plans for DLC. Read on – https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2018/06/no-dlc-for-octopath-traveler-after-release.html
The Pokémon Go! App finally gets friends, gifting and trading in an update coming later this week. Read on – https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2018/06/pokemon-go-adds-friends-trading-later-this-week.html
Activision Locks Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s DLC to the Black Ops Pass, preventing players from buying post-launch content separately. Read on – https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2018/06/activision-locks-call-of-duty-black-ops-4-dlc-to-s.html