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Sierra today released the first chapter in its new re-imagining of the adventure classic King’s Quest. Titled King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember, this debut chapter is now available as a digital download for $9.99 on PC via Steam. It will be available later today for the same price on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 through the PlayStation Store, as well as for Xbox One and Xbox 360 on the Xbox Games Store.
Players may also purchase King’s Quest: The Complete Collection, a bundle containing all five chapters of the new King’s Quest along with an exclusive bonus playable story epilogue, for $39.99 on the PlayStation Store, Xbox Games Store and Steam. Alternately, those who buy King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember individually at launch can choose to purchase the King’s Quest Season Pass, securing their access to the remaining four chapters of the game once available, but not the bonus epilogue, for $29.99.
EA Sports has released a new NHL 16 trailer that highlights the new EA Sports Hockey League. This fan-favorite mode has been re-imagined and lets you choose specialized player classes to deliver a balanced competitive experience on the ice. Player skill and your ability to play as a team will now be the determining factor in who wins and loses hockey games.
Available to NHL 15 owners only, EA Sports NHL will be releasing a limited access EA Sports Hockey League Beta starting July 30th until August 6th for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. For more information about how you can join the EASHL beta, click here.
NHL 16 will be available on September 15th for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Wargaming announced World of Tanks is now available on Xbox One, delivering a first-to-market function for console tankers with never before seen cross-platform multiplayer tank battles on Xbox. Furthermore, with a single Xbox Live account sign-in between the two platforms all tech tree progress and in-game research is preserved, no matter which Xbox console a player is using to access the fight.
Cyber Rhino Studios announced that the retro 2D shoot ‘em up, Gryphon Knight Epic, will be available via Steam on August 20th.
Gryphon Knight Epic will have you, in the role of brave knight Sir Oliver, taking to the skies on the back of a magical battle gryphon, a mythical combination of eagle and lion. You will be challenged to battle a seemingly endless onslaught of foes and bosses – but you won’t be alone, as you’ll have multiple weapon types, magical potions and squires to back you up.
Indie developer Metalhead Software is bringing Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings to Xbox One on August 14th and Steam on August 21st for $19.99. Xbox One pre-orders begin August 7th and all those who pre-order receive a 15% discount.
Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings will feature a bevy of new content, including stadiums, enhanced gameplay and improved baseball simulation. All new features will also be available in the original PlayStation versions via a free patch and DLC in September.
In this third installment in the series of four “Know Your Units” videos for Company of Heroes 2: The British Forces, Relic Entertainment unveils the Centaur tank.
Featuring twin 20 mm Polsten guns, the Centaur helps control the battlefield by serving as an excellent anti-aircraft and anti-infantry tank.
Indie developer Tangrin and publisher Versus Evil today announced the release of Tangrin’s debut action role-playing game Kyn for PC. In this tactical strategy game, players control up to a six-member party while they fight through a mythical Viking world. Kyn is now available on Steam, GoG.com and GreenMan Gaming, among other digital distributors, for $19.99.
Square Enix today announced that Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will be coming to PC on August 18th, bringing graphical upgrades and new gameplay features to the platform as the game director originally envisioned.
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD for Steam will bring a selection of updated features including an improved in-game battle camera, full Steam achievements and trading cards, scalable motion blur settings and a customizable dynamic screen shot mode. The PC release will also offer full controller support, and for high end PCs – upgraded graphics resolution options. Other additions include increased blood levels and new character speed boosts.
Square Enix and Valve have teamed up to offer gamers a special pre-purchase promotion package. Through August 18th, fans who pre-order Final Fantasy Type-0 HD on Steam will receive the Master Chocobo as your courier and Moogle (Class Zero) as your ward in DOTA 2, plus an exclusive Final Fantasy Type-0 HD loading screen.
Square Enix and DONTNOD Entertainment announced that Life is Strange – Episode 4: Dark Room is available now for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.
The penultimate episode in the season follows Max as she continues her search for Rachel Amber, and pushes forward the investigation into the strange happenings surrounding Arcadia Bay. As the End of the World party approaches, Max must use her powers to put all the pieces of the puzzle in place.