Today’s Daily news: latest videos for Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore, but also…
- Wargroove: Double Trouble
- Broken Lines
- Speaking Simulator
- Arcade Archives Exerion
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore
Here’s the latest videos for Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore, with:
- a set of video clips
- a French commercial
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore (Switch) comes out on January 17th worldwide.
Wargroove: Double Trouble
Chucklefish have announced that the Double Trouble DLC for Wargroove will be released on February 6th in Europe and North America. It will be available for free!
Here’s a trailer for the DLC:
Wargroove: Double Trouble (Switch) comes out on February 6th in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Here’s another trailer for Broken Lines, along with some mor details:
This new video focuses on the game’s narrative elements, showcasing character interactions and their effects on both the game world and the characters themselves: a squad of British soldiers who have crash-landed behind enemy lines in an alternate-history WWII.
You need to make the hard choices for these brave souls, as they battle both the enemies in front of them and the enemies within themselves. Whether they are battle-hardened veterans or green recruits, each soldier brings their own attitudes, beliefs, and personal baggage to the battlefield. You must deal with these, and make the most of their combat skills, as you fight to bring them home.
Broken Lines is a tactical combat game with a heavy focus on character and story, that offers a fresh, accessible, and innovative approach to unit control. In the game, you manage a squad of soldiers fighting through Eastern European battlefields on a desperate mission to get back home. As the soldiers make their way through the war-torn landscape, their experiences will continually shape their personalities and their relationships with each other, building a narrative that reveals the true impact of the horrors of war — and perhaps something more.
Broken Lines (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.
Source: Super.com PR
Affable Games have announced a game for the Nintendo Switch: Speaking Simulator, where you get to play as an Android trying to infiltrate human society. It will be playable in the following languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Traditional and Simplified Chinese.
Here’s a trailer and some details:
At the behest of an adorably malevolent but incredibly inept AI, venture forth into the human world as a robot built to live among them. Customize the android’s appearance, then utilize the latest in humanoid mouth technology to assimilate and ascend. How hard can talking to people be, anyway? Robots do not have social anxiety and existential dread…right?
Start off simple with first dates and job interviews, but as the android further ingrains itself into society, survive public speaking nightmares like wedding toasts and eulogies. Take too long between words or misplace the tongue and the robot will get nervous, causing its face to explode. Humans tend to find this suspicious. It’s hard to blend in when an android’s piston-powered tongue knocks out its teeth.
Simultaneously flail the tongue and maneuver lips with tricky controls to simulate human speech. Speaking Simulator utilizes the most realistic gibberish system in all of gaming, created with real linguistic theory. One hand controls tongue placement, requiring quick presses on red buttons inside the mouth. The other hand elongates or purses the lips to form words. PC players can use webcams to control the android’s mouth movements.
Chase a high score in each level by sounding like a natural speaker. Unlock new upgrades adding layers of difficulty and increasing the score threshold. Use Socio-Optic Dynamics to make just the right amount of eye contact and Expressive Facial Pistons for some good ol’ human eyebrow wiggling. When all that stress is too much, blow off steam at a club in Self Expression Mode, where humans and robots can dance the night away.
Speaking Simulator (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 30th in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Affable Games PR
Arcade Archives Exerion
Here’s the recording of the latest livestream from Famitsu, showcasing Arcade Archives Exerion:
Arcade Archives Exerion (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 9th worldwide.