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Ghostwire: Tokyo, Latest Installment in the Exciting Series

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Ghostwire: Tokyo, the sequel to the popular Ghostwire series, is the latest release from Tango Gameworks, and was published by Bethesda Softworks. The game was designed and led by world-renowned developer Kenji Kimura, who is responsible for such other titles as Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, and ProTrain: Tauern Railway. This exciting action-adventure game is a first-person perspective game wherein the player controls a psychic with paranormal abilities who tries to defeat the ghosts haunting Tokyo.

 

The Setting

The game, as you may have guessed, takes place in Tokyo, but a version of the city that is overrun by ghosts and evil spirits. The role of the player is to control and imprison these ghosts and send them back to the dimension from which they originated.

The game opens with a ghost hovering over the scene of a traffic accident. This particular ghost seems to be searching for a body to inhabit and decides to possess a boy named Akito who was knocked unconscious from the accident. Akito wakes up still in control of his body except for his right hand which is under control of the spirit.

The Developer’s Take

We’re particularly excited by the possibility of players experiencing our modern, yet Visitor-filled city with 3D sound,” says Kenji Kimura, Game Director on Ghostwire: Tokyo. “This version of Tokyo is not a version you’ve ever seen or heard before. In Ghostwire: Tokyo, you’ll hear and encounter sounds that you normally would not hear in the city in real life. Our hope is that with the 3D sound, you will feel compelled to seek out and identify what is causing those sounds you hear.

 

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Primal Light is now available on all platforms

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Primal Light is a video game that was created by two developers working for Fat Gem. The game was released for Nintendo Switch and XBOX as a result of collaboration with No Gravity Games, a Polish independent video game publisher.

The game can be purchased digitally on the Nintendo eShop for $14.99 with a discount of 40% at launch. Players can receive a discount of 50% if they already possess any Switch game from the No Gravity Games catalog. The game can also be purchased on the Xbox Store.

This evocative 2D action platformer, which was developed by a development team consisting of only two people, is now accessible on both platforms

In the 2D action platformer known as Primal Light, players assume the role of Krog, a strange blue creature draped in a crimson loincloth. Together, they guide Krog through a maze filled with ladders, levers, traps, and creatures. As players hack and slash their way to triumph, they leave a graveyard of horrific bosses in their wake. Explore the nooks and crannies of a surreal and evocative universe as you make your way through it.

Players will learn more about Krog’s origins by delving into the strange and hostile primal world he calls home. Players should put on the red loincloth and fight their way through stunning surroundings rendered in 16-bit pixel art while avoiding death at the hands of both living (monsters) and nonliving (traps, pitfalls) enemies and taking down monstrous, hideous bosses. Moreover, players should acquire charms that provide benefits to players in combat and allow them to unlock new and exciting powers.

The fate of the village has turned out to be terrible. A terrible moon god torched it to the ground and abandoned the players to fend for themselves in a harsh and cruel landscape riddled with peril. However, they should not give up hope. It is up to them to find 12 legendary objects and, using the power of those artifacts, to rectify the disaster that has befallen their people, save their people, and restore their way of life.

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Neural Cloud chapter is now available globally

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Neural Cloud has been made available for iOS and Android mobile devices, according to a press release from Neural Cloud’s creators Mica Team and Sunborn Network Technology. Neural Cloud, a new installment in the Girls’ Frontline world, offers a compelling narrative tackling the morality of artificial intelligence and what happens to that consciousness when the lights go out.

Neural Cloud, which has a grimy sci-fi cyberpunk style, has an original theme song by renowned synth-popper Owl City that is currently streamable everywhere

With the release of Neural Cloud, renowned indie synth-pop musician Owl City—best known for the 2009 blockbuster hit Fireflies—presents a brand-new track. Owl City, lead by Adam Young, makes a comeback after four years with the game’s theme song, “Up to the Cloud.” Up to the Cloud, a trancy, melodic, and upbeat song, is the ideal soundtrack for Neural Cloud’s moving narrative.

Owl City is a character in the game that has uploaded themselves as an artificial mind to the “neural cloud,” according to the lyrical concept of Up to the Cloud. As a result, the song conveys the tale of striving to break free from the confines of online and the ensuing emotional awakening. Moreover, the captivating story of Up to the Cloud beautifully illustrates the game’s concept, which centers on the complicated interaction between humans and AI.

Neural Cloud is a strategy role-playing game that offers a deck-builder with a simple interface and delivers intense fight scenes on a tiled battlefield. Fast-paced, intelligent action is broken up by futuristic-looking visuals and a catchy, sassy music. In the game, players take on the role of the Professor, who awakens in 2060 in the virtual cloud network surrounded by other AI consciousnesses that were uploaded and dispersed as a result of a horrific technological “accident” after three years of hibernation. The Professor must work together to free these so-called Exiles from the virtual prison and learn what really happened with Project Neural Cloud if he wants to avoid spending all of eternity in cyberspace.

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Crossout introduced new in-game content

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The post-apocalyptic vehicular warfare online game Crossout‘s “Mr. Twister” content update has been released. Twelve different armored vehicles with guns, rockets, and superpowers will duke it out in the “Dead City” arena in the new battle mode, “Judgment Night,” for prizes from the enigmatic Mr. Twister. Up until December 14th, the event will be accessible.

In the PvP mode “Judgment Night,” players divert their attention from designing their own Crossout-style armored vehicles and concentrate on simply annihilating opponents using pre-built weapons of war. In the limelight on Judgement Night are the Bloody Carriage, Junk Truck, Piranha, Renegade, Undertaker, Sledgehammer, Crimson Hawk, Shredder, Stuntcar, Warrior, Ash, and Ice Cream Truck.

Crossout’s warfare mechanics are also unusual: Mr. Twister has scattered bonuses like ammo, rockets and mines, accelerator gasoline, or a repair kit over the map. Players can acquire super strong skills and weapons, such as a demolition drone, a Tesla emitter, an automatic flamethrower, and a fire barrel launcher, by defeating adversaries, which fills a special gauge.

All vehicles can rush left and right in this mode to avoid opposing missiles

Players instantly respawn on the same or a different vehicle, therefore getting killed doesn’t halt the enjoyment in this game. The one who eliminates the most opponents in the specified time is declared the champion.

Some missions in the new “Mr. Twister” season pass are designed for the “The Judgement Night” mode, while others can be finished in the standard Crossout modes. Cosmetic goods, extra options for selecting an armored automobile in the “Judgment Night” mode, and other material are among the rewards. The Bloody Carriage armored car may be obtained permanently through a paid battle pass, and it also provides access to additional car parts and other content.

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