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Anno 2205 – Anno 20170 – Blue Byte – Ubisoft – single-prayer – Dirk Riegert – Composer - Dynamedion - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference Anno 2205™ – the beloved city builder takes off into space! In Anno 2205™, you join humankind‘s next step into the future with the promise to build a better tomorrow. You conquer Earth, establishing rich, bustling cities and grand industrial complexes, but to secure the prosperity of your people, you must travel into space. A scientific breakthrough in fusion energy promises to revolutionise all aspects of society. The necessary isotope, helium-3, can only be found in harvestable quantities on the Moon. Venture into space and settle on the Moon in the thrilling race for resource and power. Anno’s masterful economic gameplay is back and taking strategic city-building simulation to new heights, launching into space! The game also introduces a session mode, which allows player to control and manage their cities both on Earth and on the moon at the same time. Resources vary in different sessions, as a result, players must set up trade routes between different colonies, so that resources and raw materials from a city can be used in another city. The cities in the game are five times larger than the ones in its predecessors, and they support at least eight different sessions. Pollution, as well as the underwater gameplay featured in Anno 2070 was removed from 2205 due to the addition of the moon as a playable environment. Bridges can be built to connect cities, while buildings can be upgraded via using different modules. Upon completion, the upgraded buildings can produce more goods.
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South Park: The Fractured but Whole – Trey Parker – Matt Stone - Ubisoft San Francisco – Ubisoft – Comedy Central - Directors Trey Parker Christopher Brion & Jason V. Schroeder – Programmer Hiro Kobota – Designers – Kenneth Strickland - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference South Park: The Fractured but Whole is a 2017 role-playing video game developed by Ubisoft San Francisco and published by Ubisoft in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios. Based on the American adult animated television series South Park, it is the sequel to the 2014 video game South Park: The Stick of Truth. The game's narrative occurs one day after the events of its predecessor; it follows the New Kid, who has recently moved to South Park and becomes involved in an epic roleplay involving two rival superhero factions vying to create their own superhero media franchises. The superheroes' game unintentionally uncovers a conspiracy to raise crime in the town, bringing them into conflict with supervillains, genetically engineered monsters, the police, crime families, and the new kingpin of crime. The game is played from a 2 5D third-person perspective, replicating the aesthetic of the television series. The New Kid is able to freely explore South Park, interacting with characters, undertaking quests, and accessing new areas by progressing through the main story. The player can choose from up to ten superhero archetypes ranging from high-speed Speedsters, close-combat Brutalists, powerful Psychics, and healing Plantmancers; each offering unique abilities. The New Kid and up to three allies fight their enemies using attacks including melee, ranged, and powerful farts. Battles take place on a grid, around which participants can move freely. Attacks have specific areas of effect, requiring tactical positioning for attack and defense.
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South Park: The Fractured but Whole – Trey Parker – Matt Stone - Ubisoft San Francisco – Ubisoft – Comedy Central - Directors Trey Parker Christopher Brion & Jason V. Schroeder – Programmer Hiro Kobota – Designers – Kenneth Strickland - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference South Park: The Fractured but Whole is a 2017 role-playing video game developed by Ubisoft San Francisco and published by Ubisoft in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios. Based on the American adult animated television series South Park, it is the sequel to the 2014 video game South Park: The Stick of Truth. The game's narrative occurs one day after the events of its predecessor; it follows the New Kid, who has recently moved to South Park and becomes involved in an epic roleplay involving two rival superhero factions vying to create their own superhero media franchises. The superheroes' game unintentionally uncovers a conspiracy to raise crime in the town, bringing them into conflict with supervillains, genetically engineered monsters, the police, crime families, and the new kingpin of crime. The game is played from a 2 5D third-person perspective, replicating the aesthetic of the television series. The New Kid is able to freely explore South Park, interacting with characters, undertaking quests, and accessing new areas by progressing through the main story. The player can choose from up to ten superhero archetypes ranging from high-speed Speedsters, close-combat Brutalists, powerful Psychics, and healing Plantmancers; each offering unique abilities. The New Kid and up to three allies fight their enemies using attacks including melee, ranged, and powerful farts. Battles take place on a grid, around which participants can move freely. Attacks have specific areas of effect, requiring tactical positioning for attack and defense.
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South Park: The Fractured but Whole – Trey Parker – Matt Stone - Ubisoft San Francisco – Ubisoft – Comedy Central - Directors Trey Parker Christopher Brion & Jason V. Schroeder – Programmer Hiro Kobota – Designers – Kenneth Strickland - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference South Park: The Fractured but Whole is a 2017 role-playing video game developed by Ubisoft San Francisco and published by Ubisoft in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios. Based on the American adult animated television series South Park, it is the sequel to the 2014 video game South Park: The Stick of Truth. The game's narrative occurs one day after the events of its predecessor; it follows the New Kid, who has recently moved to South Park and becomes involved in an epic roleplay involving two rival superhero factions vying to create their own superhero media franchises. The superheroes' game unintentionally uncovers a conspiracy to raise crime in the town, bringing them into conflict with supervillains, genetically engineered monsters, the police, crime families, and the new kingpin of crime. The game is played from a 2 5D third-person perspective, replicating the aesthetic of the television series. The New Kid is able to freely explore South Park, interacting with characters, undertaking quests, and accessing new areas by progressing through the main story. The player can choose from up to ten superhero archetypes ranging from high-speed Speedsters, close-combat Brutalists, powerful Psychics, and healing Plantmancers; each offering unique abilities. The New Kid and up to three allies fight their enemies using attacks including melee, ranged, and powerful farts. Battles take place on a grid, around which participants can move freely. Attacks have specific areas of effect, requiring tactical positioning for attack and defense.
20 Apr 2018
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South Park: The Fractured but Whole – Trey Parker – Matt Stone - Ubisoft San Francisco – Ubisoft – Comedy Central - Directors Trey Parker Christopher Brion & Jason V. Schroeder – Programmer Hiro Kobota – Designers – Kenneth Strickland - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference South Park: The Fractured but Whole is a 2017 role-playing video game developed by Ubisoft San Francisco and published by Ubisoft in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios. Based on the American adult animated television series South Park, it is the sequel to the 2014 video game South Park: The Stick of Truth. The game's narrative occurs one day after the events of its predecessor; it follows the New Kid, who has recently moved to South Park and becomes involved in an epic roleplay involving two rival superhero factions vying to create their own superhero media franchises. The superheroes' game unintentionally uncovers a conspiracy to raise crime in the town, bringing them into conflict with supervillains, genetically engineered monsters, the police, crime families, and the new kingpin of crime. The game is played from a 2 5D third-person perspective, replicating the aesthetic of the television series. The New Kid is able to freely explore South Park, interacting with characters, undertaking quests, and accessing new areas by progressing through the main story. The player can choose from up to ten superhero archetypes ranging from high-speed Speedsters, close-combat Brutalists, powerful Psychics, and healing Plantmancers; each offering unique abilities. The New Kid and up to three allies fight their enemies using attacks including melee, ranged, and powerful farts. Battles take place on a grid, around which participants can move freely. Attacks have specific areas of effect, requiring tactical positioning for attack and defense.
20 Apr 2018
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Anno 2205 – Anno 20170 – Blue Byte – Ubisoft – single-prayer – Dirk Riegert – Composer - Dynamedion - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference Anno 2205™ – the beloved city builder takes off into space! In Anno 2205™, you join humankind‘s next step into the future with the promise to build a better tomorrow. You conquer Earth, establishing rich, bustling cities and grand industrial complexes, but to secure the prosperity of your people, you must travel into space. A scientific breakthrough in fusion energy promises to revolutionise all aspects of society. The necessary isotope, helium-3, can only be found in harvestable quantities on the Moon. Venture into space and settle on the Moon in the thrilling race for resource and power. Anno’s masterful economic gameplay is back and taking strategic city-building simulation to new heights, launching into space! The game also introduces a session mode, which allows player to control and manage their cities both on Earth and on the moon at the same time. Resources vary in different sessions, as a result, players must set up trade routes between different colonies, so that resources and raw materials from a city can be used in another city. The cities in the game are five times larger than the ones in its predecessors, and they support at least eight different sessions. Pollution, as well as the underwater gameplay featured in Anno 2070 was removed from 2205 due to the addition of the moon as a playable environment. Bridges can be built to connect cities, while buildings can be upgraded via using different modules. Upon completion, the upgraded buildings can produce more goods. South Park: The Fractured but Whole – Trey Parker – Matt Stone - Ubisoft San Francisco – Ubisoft – Comedy Central - Directors Trey Parker Christopher Brion & Jason V. Schroeder – Programmer Hiro Kobo
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South Park: The Fractured but Whole – Trey Parker – Matt Stone - Ubisoft San Francisco – Ubisoft – Comedy Central - Directors Trey Parker Christopher Brion & Jason V. Schroeder – Programmer Hiro Kobota – Designers – Kenneth Strickland - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference South Park: The Fractured but Whole is a 2017 role-playing video game developed by Ubisoft San Francisco and published by Ubisoft in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios. Based on the American adult animated television series South Park, it is the sequel to the 2014 video game South Park: The Stick of Truth. The game's narrative occurs one day after the events of its predecessor; it follows the New Kid, who has recently moved to South Park and becomes involved in an epic roleplay involving two rival superhero factions vying to create their own superhero media franchises. The superheroes' game unintentionally uncovers a conspiracy to raise crime in the town, bringing them into conflict with supervillains, genetically engineered monsters, the police, crime families, and the new kingpin of crime. The game is played from a 2 5D third-person perspective, replicating the aesthetic of the television series. The New Kid is able to freely explore South Park, interacting with characters, undertaking quests, and accessing new areas by progressing through the main story. The player can choose from up to ten superhero archetypes ranging from high-speed Speedsters, close-combat Brutalists, powerful Psychics, and healing Plantmancers; each offering unique abilities. The New Kid and up to three allies fight their enemies using attacks including melee, ranged, and powerful farts. Battles take place on a grid, around which participants can move freely. Attacks have specific areas of effect, requiring tactical positioning for attack and defense.
20 Apr 2018
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Warframe – Digital Extremes – Directors Steve Sinclair & Scott McGregor – Producers Dave Kudirka & Pat Kudirka – Designers Ben Edney, Mitch Gladney, Joey Adey & Jonathan Gogul – Programmer James Silvia-Rogers - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference Warframe is a 'free-to-play' cooperative third-person shooter video game developed by Digital Extremes for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In Warframe, players control members of the Tenno, a race of ancient warriors who have awoken from centuries of cryosleep to find themselves at war with the Grineer, a matriarchal race of militarized and deteriorated human clones built upon metal, blood, and war; the Corpus, a mega-corporation with advanced robotics and laser technology built upon profit; the Infested, disfigured victims of the Technocyte virus, a reference to Dark Sector; and later the Sentients, an alien force of mechanical beings returning from the Tau system after being driven back centuries ago. To fight back, the Tenno use remotely controlled biomechanical suits to channel their unique abilities — the eponymous Warframes. Later missions reveal that the Warframes are actually biomechanical shells which are connected to the consciousness of the actual Tenno, human children who were given unpredictable powers by the Void. Those powers led to them being demonized and they were exiled into stasis pods on the Moon. The Tenno and their Warframes were used by the Orokin Empire in a desperate fight against the Sentients and stopped their invasion. However, for unknown reasons, the former turned on the latter and caused the Empire to collapse. The Empire shattered with the remnants becoming the Grineer and the Corpus while the Tenno were placed in stasis until centuries later.
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Warframe – Digital Extremes – Directors Steve Sinclair & Scott McGregor – Producers Dave Kudirka & Pat Kudirka – Designers Ben Edney, Mitch Gladney, Joey Adey & Jonathan Gogul – Programmer James Silvia-Rogers - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference Warframe is a 'free-to-play' cooperative third-person shooter video game developed by Digital Extremes for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In Warframe, players control members of the Tenno, a race of ancient warriors who have awoken from centuries of cryosleep to find themselves at war with the Grineer, a matriarchal race of militarized and deteriorated human clones built upon metal, blood, and war; the Corpus, a mega-corporation with advanced robotics and laser technology built upon profit; the Infested, disfigured victims of the Technocyte virus, a reference to Dark Sector; and later the Sentients, an alien force of mechanical beings returning from the Tau system after being driven back centuries ago. To fight back, the Tenno use remotely controlled biomechanical suits to channel their unique abilities — the eponymous Warframes. Later missions reveal that the Warframes are actually biomechanical shells which are connected to the consciousness of the actual Tenno, human children who were given unpredictable powers by the Void. Those powers led to them being demonized and they were exiled into stasis pods on the Moon. The Tenno and their Warframes were used by the Orokin Empire in a desperate fight against the Sentients and stopped their invasion. However, for unknown reasons, the former turned on the latter and caused the Empire to collapse. The Empire shattered with the remnants becoming the Grineer and the Corpus while the Tenno were placed in stasis until centuries later.
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Warframe – Digital Extremes – Directors Steve Sinclair & Scott McGregor – Producers Dave Kudirka & Pat Kudirka – Designers Ben Edney, Mitch Gladney, Joey Adey & Jonathan Gogul – Programmer James Silvia-Rogers - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference Warframe is a 'free-to-play' cooperative third-person shooter video game developed by Digital Extremes for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In Warframe, players control members of the Tenno, a race of ancient warriors who have awoken from centuries of cryosleep to find themselves at war with the Grineer, a matriarchal race of militarized and deteriorated human clones built upon metal, blood, and war; the Corpus, a mega-corporation with advanced robotics and laser technology built upon profit; the Infested, disfigured victims of the Technocyte virus, a reference to Dark Sector; and later the Sentients, an alien force of mechanical beings returning from the Tau system after being driven back centuries ago. To fight back, the Tenno use remotely controlled biomechanical suits to channel their unique abilities — the eponymous Warframes. Later missions reveal that the Warframes are actually biomechanical shells which are connected to the consciousness of the actual Tenno, human children who were given unpredictable powers by the Void. Those powers led to them being demonized and they were exiled into stasis pods on the Moon. The Tenno and their Warframes were used by the Orokin Empire in a desperate fight against the Sentients and stopped their invasion. However, for unknown reasons, the former turned on the latter and caused the Empire to collapse. The Empire shattered with the remnants becoming the Grineer and the Corpus while the Tenno were placed in stasis until centuries later.
28 Apr 2018
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Warframe – Digital Extremes – Directors Steve Sinclair & Scott McGregor – Producers Dave Kudirka & Pat Kudirka – Designers Ben Edney, Mitch Gladney, Joey Adey & Jonathan Gogul – Programmer James Silvia-Rogers - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference Warframe is a 'free-to-play' cooperative third-person shooter video game developed by Digital Extremes for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In Warframe, players control members of the Tenno, a race of ancient warriors who have awoken from centuries of cryosleep to find themselves at war with the Grineer, a matriarchal race of militarized and deteriorated human clones built upon metal, blood, and war; the Corpus, a mega-corporation with advanced robotics and laser technology built upon profit; the Infested, disfigured victims of the Technocyte virus, a reference to Dark Sector; and later the Sentients, an alien force of mechanical beings returning from the Tau system after being driven back centuries ago. To fight back, the Tenno use remotely controlled biomechanical suits to channel their unique abilities — the eponymous Warframes. Later missions reveal that the Warframes are actually biomechanical shells which are connected to the consciousness of the actual Tenno, human children who were given unpredictable powers by the Void. Those powers led to them being demonized and they were exiled into stasis pods on the Moon. The Tenno and their Warframes were used by the Orokin Empire in a desperate fight against the Sentients and stopped their invasion. However, for unknown reasons, the former turned on the latter and caused the Empire to collapse. The Empire shattered with the remnants becoming the Grineer and the Corpus while the Tenno were placed in stasis until centuries later.
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Warframe – Digital Extremes – Directors Steve Sinclair & Scott McGregor – Producers Dave Kudirka & Pat Kudirka – Designers Ben Edney, Mitch Gladney, Joey Adey & Jonathan Gogul – Programmer James Silvia-Rogers - PlayStation 4 – PlayStation 3 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – PlayStation 4 Pro - PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation 3 – LA Games Conference Warframe is a 'free-to-play' cooperative third-person shooter video game developed by Digital Extremes for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In Warframe, players control members of the Tenno, a race of ancient warriors who have awoken from centuries of cryosleep to find themselves at war with the Grineer, a matriarchal race of militarized and deteriorated human clones built upon metal, blood, and war; the Corpus, a mega-corporation with advanced robotics and laser technology built upon profit; the Infested, disfigured victims of the Technocyte virus, a reference to Dark Sector; and later the Sentients, an alien force of mechanical beings returning from the Tau system after being driven back centuries ago. To fight back, the Tenno use remotely controlled biomechanical suits to channel their unique abilities — the eponymous Warframes. Later missions reveal that the Warframes are actually biomechanical shells which are connected to the consciousness of the actual Tenno, human children who were given unpredictable powers by the Void. Those powers led to them being demonized and they were exiled into stasis pods on the Moon. The Tenno and their Warframes were used by the Orokin Empire in a desperate fight against the Sentients and stopped their invasion. However, for unknown reasons, the former turned on the latter and caused the Empire to collapse. The Empire shattered with the remnants becoming the Grineer and the Corpus while the Tenno were placed in stasis until centuries later.
28 Apr 2018
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