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    Plumbers Don’t Wear Ties Is Arriving at Modern Systems Somehow

    Limited Run Games has decided that they’ll do anything for a buck, even if it means reopening the mental scars left behind in the wider gaming public by one of the worst pieces of software ever to be put out on a store shelf. Indeed, they have announced that they’ll be releasing the utterly awful Panasonic 3DO title Plumbers Don’t Wear Ties on modern platforms.Yes, the bizarre full-motion video slideshow car crash stars Edward J. Foster and former GLOW wrestler Jeanne Basone. It is generally considered to be one of the most putrid, ridiculous (and not in a good way), terrible, pointless, and downright vomitous pieces of not-very-interactive and sort-of-pornographic-but-not-quite entertainment ever to be released. It just won’t die.Apparently, terrible acting performances and music that will make you want to pull out your own eardrums is enough to put the game into “so bad, it’ll sell if we release it again!” territory.If you don’t believe us, just look at this soul-destroying Tweet.Finally, the most requested and anticipated game of ALL TIME. We're bringing Plumbers Don't Wear Ties to PS4, PS5, PC, and Switch physically and digitally! Follow us for more info. #LRG3— Limited Run Games (@LimitedRunGames) June 14, 2021Limited Run will release Plumbers Don’t Wear Ties in both physical and digital form for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and Nintendo Switch soon.For some reason.

    Babylon’s Fall E3 2021 Trailer Shows New Gameplay

    Square Enix and Platinum Games revealed a brand new trailer for their upcoming cooperative action game Babylon’s Fall. It also announced that anyone interested may sign up for the closed beta right now.RELATED: Life Is Strange: True Colors Gameplay RevealedThe new three-minute gameplay trailer of Babylon’s Fall shows off its stylish combat, which includes various kinds of weapons like hammers, swords, bows, and spears, as well as magic. It also puts its cooperative play in the forefront, as up to four players can play together. We also get a good look at the game’s unique art style and fantasy setting. According to Square Enix, the visuals use a newly developed “brushwork style” that is influenced by medieval oil painting.[embedded content]A developer interview for Babylon’s Fall was also released. It features interviews from the game’s development team, including Director Kenji Saito, and gives some insight on what the team is attempting to achieve.RELATED: Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Series Announced for PC & MobileIf you liked what you saw of Babylon’s Fall, you can sign up for the closed beta right now by going to the game’s official website. You will need a Square Enix account and internet access to participate in the beta.According to Square Enix, there will be a series of closed beta tests for Babylon’s Fall as the game approaches its launch. These tests will be held over three phases, with each one with a different goal in mind. The results garnered from the closed betas will help improve Babylon’s Fall during its development. For this test period, the closed beta is available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam.[embedded content]

    Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin Announced, Out Today ps5 Demo

    The rumors were true as Final Fantasy Origins is on the way from Team Ninja and Koei Tecmo. Square Enix announced the third-person action game, which is officially titled Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, at its showcase today. The game will launch in 2022 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. The demo is up now on PSN for PS5.RELATED: Guardians of the Galaxy Game Officially Revealed, Coming in OctoberFans won’t have to wait that long to check it out, though. Square Enix announced that a PlayStation 5 demo will release today for the action game. The trial version available on PlayStation 5 until June 24, 2021.Check out the debut Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin trailer below:“With the memory of their struggle buried deep in their hearts… Jack and his allies, Ash and Jed, burn with resolve to defeat Chaos as they throw open the gates to the Chaos Shrine,” says Square Enix. “Yet doubts remain—are they truly the Warriors of Light the prophecy foretold?  Step into a world of dark fantasy and revel in the exhilarating, action-packed battles!”The story and scenario will be done by Kazushige Nojima, while Daisuke Inoue will serve as director and Jin Fujiwara will be producer. Tetsuya Nomura will serve as concept and creative producer, plus the character design.“While it is Final Fantasy, it feels different—but there’s no doubt that the blood of Final Fantasy runs through its veins,” said Nomura. “We’ve undertaken the challenge of finding this difficult middle ground for this mature and stylish title. We need a little time until we’re able to complete it, and while the battle system is a bloody one, it does link to the story, so I hope you’ll use this opportunity to give it a try.”RELATED: Microsoft Announces The Outer Worlds 2 at E3 2021The action role-playing game comes from the studio that is famed for being behind the Ninja Gaiden and Nioh franchises. As the name suggests, it will occur sometime related to the first Final Fantasy game, which launched on the NES back in 1987. It features gameplay similar to Souls titles but will be more accessible.Check out screenshots for Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin below:

    Hades Arriving at PlayStation and Xbox, Gets Physical Release

    Supergiant Games and Private Division are bringing Hades to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. Previously out on Nintendo Switch and PC, the critically acclaimed game will become available on these additional consoles on August 13, 2021.RELATED: Hades PlayStation 4 Version Revealed by South Korean RatingThe physical version of Hades includes several bonus items and is available to preorder at the Private Division store for $29.99. Extras include a booklet containing artwork from the game’s Art Director, Jen Zee, as well as a redeemable code for Hades’ soundtrack. The first-run prints will also include “an eye-catching metallic foil detailing across the cover art, perfect for individuals looking to add a standout piece to their shelf.”Players can expect some solid enhancements on the current generation systems as both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S will see a technical boost with the game running at 4K and targeting 60 fps. Meanwhile, the last-gen versions will see the game perform at 1080p at a target of 60 fps. The PS5 version will also feature custom DualSense support, so players will get enhanced controller vibration and lighting.Both the physical and digital PS4 versions of Hades include a free upgrade to the digital PS5 version. Meanwhile, the Xbox versions of the game will use Smart Delivery, allowing players to access the appropriate version on the corresponding systems.MORE: Sea of Thieves Getting Pirates of the Caribbean DLC CrossoverHades will also be free as part of Xbox Game Pass on day one.

    Battlefield 2042 First Gameplay Trailer Released During E3 2021

    Earlier this week, Electronic Arts revealed the latest entry in the Battlefield franchise, which is called Battlefield 2042. The game will launch on October 21 and will feature support for up to 128 players on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.RELATED: Battlefield 2042 Announced By EA, Gets Debut Trailer & Date“Fight to define the future in a world transformed by disorder,” says EA. “For the first time in Battlefield’s history, 128 players can join the all-out war at the same time* – giving you the chance to take part in massive-scale battles where anything can happen. Get an even greater sense of spectacular, large-scale war on seven massive maps where you’ll experience ever-changing battle conditions and gameplay challenges.”During the Xbox Games Showcase, EA showed off the first gameplay trailer. Check out the Battlefield 2042 trailer below:As teased by the initial debut, destructive environments will take center stage and will play a key part in swinging the momentum one way or the other. The popular Conquest and Breakthrough modes from previous Battlefield titles will make a return, whilst an as-yet-undescribed Hazard Zone mode will also be on the cards. An open beta will be available at some point between now and October. Players who preorder the game on the Microsoft Store will get early access to the beta, as well as bonus cosmetics and the Baku ACB-90 knifeRELATED: EA Hires Former Call of Duty GM to Head Up Battlefield FranchiseWe’ll have more on Battlefield 2042 as its release date nears.

    Cry 6 Season Pass ENABLES YOU TO Become Villains far, Includes Blood Dragon

    Ubisoft’s E3 event is in full swing and, as expected, more details about the season pass for the forthcoming Far Cry 6 have been confirmed.In a two-minute trailer, the company showed that players who own the season pass will be able to delve into the backstories of some of the franchise’s most nefarious villains. Vaas Montenegro, Pagam Min, and Joseph Seed will all become playable and will all be given life by their original voice actors.RELATED: Far Cry 6 Director Writes Open Letter to Fans: ‘Our Story Is Political’Ubisoft says that players will have to battle the inner demons of the villains in a “new gameplay experience in which you will have to die…and retry” with the ultimate goal being to escape the mind of a villain.If that doesn’t float your boat, the company also confirmed that what is inarguably the best game in the series – Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon – will be making a return for those who own the season pass. Whether or not this re-release will be made available to those who don’t partake in Far Cry 6 has yet to be confirmed.RELATED: Far Cry 6 Release Date Announced During Gameplay RevealThe good news is that the season pass is bundled with the Gold, Ultimate, and Collector’s Editions of the game, and will also be available separately if you decide to pick it up later. Far Cry 6 will release on October 7 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and all five Google Stadia owners will be able to join the fun as well.Additionally, a new cinematic trailer for the core game was released, which you can see below:[embedded content]

    Dance 2022 Announced just, Gets Exclusive Version of Todrick Hall Hit

    Just Dance is back for another yearly installment.Ubisoft announced that the next installment will launch on November 4, 2021. It will feature 40 new songs including “Believer” by Imagine Dragons and “Level Up” by Ciara. It will be available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Google Stadia.Check out the Just Dance 2022 trailer below:It was also announced that Just Dance 2022 will get an exclusive version of Todrick Hall’s “Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels.” That makes sense considering the non-PG-13 lyrics in the original version. The lyrics will be swapped to be more dancing-focused, so it’s a fun collab.“For the first time ever, the Just Dance team and I are collaborating to give you an exclusive version of my song for Just Dance 2022,” said Hall. “To me, Just Dance allows people to express themselves through dance and to celebrate who they are and their individuality in such a fun way. Just Dance has transformed millions of lives, and I hope that this song brings you all so much joy … The new lyrics were handcrafted specifically for Just Dance, and let met tell you something: they’re full of sass because, you know, they were written by yours truly.

    OlliOlli World Trailer Flaunts Gameplay, SkateBird Gets Release Date

    A duo of skateboarding games were shown during IGN’s Summer of Gaming stream. OlliOlli World got a new gameplay trailer while SkateBird finally received a release date, which is August 12, 2021. While the two games put skateboarding at the forefront, they couldn’t be more different from one another.OlliOlli World is a skateboarding action platformer developed by Roll7. Set in the vibrant world of Radlandia, you’ll carve, grind, and huck yourself on the gnarliest terrain as you “discover the mystical skate gods on your quest for Gnarvana.”RELATED: Doki Doki Literature Club Plus Coming to Consoles and PC This MonthWhile the trailer doesn’t show these skate gods, we do get a good look at how the game will play. It seems to be taking the same approach as the previous entries, which featured its own take on “flick-it” style controls, albeit with a new coat of paint and some new features. You’ll be able to customize your skater’s looks, tricks, and style, as well as explore several levels, many of which have multiple paths.While OlliOlli World has the precise Skate-like gameplay style of its predecessors, SkateBird appears to go in a different direction. Developed by Glass Bottom Games, SkateBird allows you to take control of a cute, tiny bird and get some sick air off obstacles you’d find in a bedroom or a desk, like a pizza box, a book, or a straw. It certainly has a goofier vibe, especially with the hilarious costumes some of these birds can wear.RELATED: New Arcade1Up Cabinets Include Street Fighter II, Galaga, and Turtles in TimeOlliOlli World is set to release sometime this winter for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. You can check out the trailer below.[embedded content]SkateBird will launch on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. You can check out the trailer below.[embedded content]

    This Month doki doki Literature Club Plus Arriving at Consoles and PC

    Announced during IGN’s Summer of Gaming stream, a new and improved version Doki Doki Literature Club is coming to consoles and PC later this month. There will also be a physical edition packed with goodies.Titled Doki Doki Literature Club Plus, the return of Dan Salvato’s 2017 visual novel features a slew of new content to appease both new and returning players. As presented in the announcement trailer, this includes new side stories, improved visuals, over 13 new music trackers, and more than 100 unlockable images. It is set to release on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch on June 30.ALSO: Fruits Basket Casts God for Its Final Season, More English Dub DetailsA premium physical edition of Doki Doki Literature Club Plus is also available to purchase for the collectors out there. You can pre-order the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, or Nintendo Switch version right now on Serenity Forge for $29.99. Here is everything you’ll find in the physical edition as listed on its pre-order page:Physical copy of Nintendo Switch/PlayStation 4/PlayStation 5 GameNintendo Switch Exclusive: Poem notebook inner coversheet2” Character Standees – Set of 4Full Soundtrack Download Code – Printed on Floppy Shaped CardVinyl Sticker Sheet – Set of 17 StickersDoki Doki Literature Club Membership CardExclusive Special Poem Written by MonikaALSO: Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Is Full Of Sunset Overdrive & Sony ReferencesAs mentioned above, Doki Doki Literature Club originally released in 2017 on PC. It is still free on Steam right now. Although it presents itself as pretty tame, but the end of the trailer warns that the game is “not suitable for children or those who are easily disturbed.”[embedded content]

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