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    CD Projekt Sheds More Light On Gwent Campaign With New Trailer

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    We've known for some time that the standalone Gwent collectible card game would be getting a campaign. Today we learned more about who you'll be playing and what you'll be doing in the Northern Realms story.

    Titled Gwent: Thronebreaker, this campaign follows a queen from two Northern Realms named Meve. When a foreign power threatens invasion, the war veteran must take up arms once again to protect her borders. CD Projekt Red says the campaign allows you to "explore new and never before seen parts of The Witcher world, embark on thought-provoking quests, gather resources, and engage in custom-made story battles, which twist the game’s rules in wildly unexpected ways."


    In addition to news about the campaign, CD Projekt also unveiled its plans for the Gwent esports league

    Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is currently playable via PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The campaign will be available later this year. 

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    SNES Classic Shows Off Rewind Feature

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    Nintendo's SNES Classic is going back in time, and we're not just talking about the unit's games. A rewind feature lets you replay tricky sections.

    As you can see in the video below, all it takes is a button press to rewind a section of the game, and Nintendo says the amount of time you travel back depends on the title itself. Some can go back minutes while others 40 seconds, depending on what suits the game.

    For much more on the SNES Classic, check out our hands-on impressions of the console as well as Star Fox 2.

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    Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition Announced

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    A large section of Square Enix's Gamescom booth is dedicated to Final Fantasy XV. In this area, pople at the show can get their hands on Final Fantasy XV's new "Comrades" multiplayer mode, catch lunkers in the PlayStation VR game Monsters of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV, and get a brief taste of Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, which supports native 4K and 8K resolutions. Square Enix today announced more Final Fantasy XV is on the way, and you'll be able to carry it with you wherever you go.

    Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition is a remake of the console game, coming soon to iOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices. The most noticeable difference is the new chibi-style graphics, but the story will also unfold in a different way across 10 episodes, the first of which is free. All of the episodes will be available on day one, but it sounds like you'll need to buy them to continue your journey. Like almost every phone game ever made, this version features touch controls.

    For more on the console game, check out our full review. The only question we have at this point: Where is the Nintendo Switch version, Square?

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    Arms Gets A New Character

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    At Gamescom today Nintendo announced that Arms is getting a new character – Lola Pop.

    She's a clown who can inflate her body like a balloon for defensive options, and you can see her in action in the new trailer below.

    Lola Pop is part of the game's next free update, version 3, which Nintendo says is coming "soon."

    In the meantime, you can try out the game this weekend, from Friday, August 25 (8 AM PT) through Sunday, August 27 (2 PM PT), by downloading the free Arms Global Testpunch from the Nintendo eShop.

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    Dark Souls Inspired Shooter Immortal: Unchained Coming To Consoles, PC

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    For years, Game Informer editors have wondered why no one was making a Dark Souls inspired shooter that tests your twitch skills with punishing difficulty. Now, a contender has finally stepped into the ring. 

    Today Toadman Interactive announced Immortal: Unchained, a third-person shooter that reinforces its gunplay with a robust action-RPG system. The story setup sounds boilerplate – the world is collapsing due to a cosmic event, and you are the "living weapon" tasked with stopping the cataclysm. Writers Anne Toole (The Witcher) and Adrian Vershinin (Killzone: Shadow Fall, Battlefield: 1) are on board to drive the narrative.

    Game designer Sebastian Thorwaldsson says Immortal: Unchained is far from a reflex shooter. "Mobility, attack direction and well-timed dodges are crucial for your survival and victory," he says. "Expect to get shot down a lot; just like its sources of inspiration, this isn’t an easy game. The satisfaction you feel when you evade an enemy attack to fire a burst of hot lead (or plasma, or acid, etc.) into its backside cortex and watch it go up in flames will make it worth it."

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    If you fall in battle, your weapons and items stay by your abandoned husk of a body, so you have to go back and face your tormentor once again if you want to recover your hard-won inventory.

    To read more about this new project, head to the official PlayStation blog. Immortal: Unchained is slated for release in 2018 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. 

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    Rogue Trooper Redux Trailer Gives You Seven Reasons To Visit Nu-Earth

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    Rebellion's Rogue Trooper Redux is set to update the 2006 third-person shooter in multiple ways. The independent developer wants you to know several reasons you should consider visiting (or revisiting) the science-fiction setting of Nu-Earth.

    In the trailer below, Rebellion gives you seven reasons why Rogue Trooper Redux is the best way to experience the shooter.

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    Rogue Trooper Redux releases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 17, and Switch shortly thereafter, and costs $24.99.


    Our Take
    While the game has obviously aged in the 11 years since it originally launched, the case is made that this is the best way to play the title if you've never experienced Rogue Trooper.

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