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Capcom Shows Off New Features In The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles

“Minor spoilers may be included”.

One of the highlights at Capcom’s E3 2021 Showcase this year was an extended look at The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles.

In case you missed it, it’s arriving this July on the Nintendo Switch and marks the first time the two games have ever been released in the west. All up, there’ll be ten new cases and eight mini escapades.

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Phil Spencer Cherry Picks Two Indies From The Xbox E3 Showcase He’s Excited For

And there were so many to choose from!

So many games were thrown at us during Xbox’s E3 Showcase yesterday that one or two may have slipped past you. It was an action-packed conference with very little room to breathe as games came thick and fast. Luckily, Xbox head Phil Spencer is here to highlight two of the smaller titles during the showcase that you should definitely keep an eye out for.

The first one is Replaced – a 2.5D action platformer that has truly impressive pixel art, coming in 2022. Even more exciting is the brutal combat, which looks as glorious and as it does intense. Spencer says the game strikes him as being “unique and different” and he was “proud to have it in the show.”

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River City Girls 2 Beats Down PS5, PS4 Next Year

River City Girls also coming to PS5.

A sequel to uber-popular retro brawler River City Girls is in development for the PlayStation 5 and PS4, while the original will thump Sony’s next-gen system as well. The sequel – due out in 2022, with Arc System Works on publishing duties and WayForward developing – will follow directly after the events of its predecessor, and will once again put you in control of Misako and Kyoko, as well as Kunio, Riki, and more.

The press release teases: “New moves, new enemies, new recruits, new environments, and the return of an old foe await, along with the same over-the-top sense of humour and adrenaline-pumping combat of its predecessor. The game will also feature two-player co-op action both locally and online.”

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Eiyuden Chronicle Rising And Hundred Heroes Confirmed For Xbox Game Pass

Arriving in 2022 and 2023.

During the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase, 505 Games and Rabbit & Bear Studios confirmed two RPG games would be coming to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows 10 PC and Game Pass.

The first is Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes – coming in 2023 and before this will be the release of Eiyuden Chronicle Rising in 2022. No exact dates have been locked in just yet, but again they’ll both be coming to Game Pass.

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Fantasy RPG Soulstice Goes Grimdark on PS5

Metal Gear Solid’s Stefanie Joosten voices main character.

Was Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin not edgy enough for you? How about Soulstice, then, a new fantasy RPG from publisher Modus Games and developer Reply Game Studios. The game’s scheduled to release next year on PlayStation 5, and will feature two sisters – one turned into a ghoul, we should add – with superhuman strength and mystical powers. Stefanie Joosten of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain fame will provide the voices.

“Manage both characters simultaneously,” the blurb reads. “Briar masters melee attacks and combos, while Lute controls the battlefield with her otherworldly abilities. Combine their strengths to unlock powerful transformations and fulfil their true potential as a Chimera.” It actually looks and sounds pretty good – there’s a gameplay trailer embedded above.

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What Did You Think Of The Mario + Rabbids Sequel Reveal? Creative Director Davide Soliani Wants To Know

“Just checking if we are all good. Are we good?”.

One guy who is probably the most excited about Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope is the creative director David Soliani.

As you might recall, he’s the one who was crying tears of joy when his original Mario + Rabbids game was introduced by Shigeru Miyamoto at E3 2017.

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The Crew 2 Keeps on Rolling with Ongoing Support

Crew cut.

Say what you will about Ubisoft, but it keeps its games alive for a very long time. The Crew 2 is celebrating its third anniversary, but developer Ivory Tower is not going anywhere, with another season of content ready to release. This will get underway with the US Speed Tour East starting next month, bringing a new set of events spanning New York to Miami.

You can check out the trailer above for a glimpse of what’s in store, as well as an overview of some of the other events and activities planned for the release. There’s still no word on a PlayStation 5 patch, however, which is a bit of a bummer for those continuing to play on next-gen consoles.

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Just Dance 2022 Returns To The Dancefloor On Xbox This November

But you better not kill the groove.

There are a few things you can bet on every year when it comes to Ubisoft, and one of them is that a new Just Dance title will release on Xbox. We’re just disappointed there was no dancing panda at E3 2021 to reveal it.

Just Dance 2022 will feature 40 new songs ranging from “chart-topping hits to viral Internet sensations”, including “Believer” by Imagine Dragons and “Level Up” by Ciara, along with a brand-new version of Hall’s “Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels”.

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Kingdom Come Developer Reveals Switch Version Was Born Out Of A “Happy Mistake”

A Nintendo release wasn’t originally planned.

After months of ongoing rumours, Warhorse Studios yesterday confirmed it would in fact be bringing Kingdom Come: Deliverance to the Nintendo Switch.

While it’s still believed to have been leaked ahead of schedule, apparently that’s not how the story goes. In the official press release, the Switch version is described as being a “happy mistake”. A clerical error essentially showed there was interest in a Nintendo version, so the team decided to give it the greenlight.

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