Team Samurai debuts as the Next DLC team for King of Fighters XV. Nakoruru, who made her KOF debut in KOF XIV, makes her return but with two different teammates. The last time she appeared in a KOF game. The Ainu princess teams up with Pachinko Machine characters Mui Mui and Love Heart.
Several months ago, Super Smash Bros. boss Masahiro Sakurai promised the first Smash fighter in the second DLC pack would be from the Switch game ARMS….but he never elaborated beyond that. Months of speculation later, the fighter was revealed at 7 AM this morning as….Min Min, the ramen-themed one.
Kingdom Hearts 3 was released nearly a year ago, but its story isn’t over yet. Sora and his animated buddies are returning one more time in the ReMind DLC chapter, which arrives early next year.
In Ice-Pick Lodge’s Pathologic 2, released last May, you’re a doctor in a secluded rural town, trying to deal with a horrifying plague that’s infecting the townsfolk and turning them into monsters. Now there’s more of the story to experience, as Ice-Pick and publisher TinyBuild introduce a new DLC-delivered spinoff, The Marble Nest.
The impending release of Modern Warfare may be attracting all the attention, but Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 isn’t ready to retire just yet. A new content season has just been launched, Operation Dark Divide, and you can enjoy it now on Playstation 4 (yes, we’re still doing the exclusivity thing….you know the drill, XBox owners, wait one month).
Cuphead is one of the most memorable video games to be released this generation, and will likely go down in history as a timeless classic. It doesn’t use polygons or sprites, but instead mimics the look of a 1930s cartoon as closely as possible (and it’s also hard as nails). There’s nothing like it.
In this day and age, you should have known Kingdom Hearts 3 wasn’t truly the end, even if it does wrap up a “trilogy.” There is DLC on the way, and it was confirmed at the Kingdom Hearts Ochestra: World of Tres performance in Los Angeles last night. Attendees of the concert got a surprise reveal of the DLC trailer on the big screen, and though they told everyone “no photography,” somebody sneaked a cell phone video and uploaded it that night.
Nintendo surprise-dropped a video covering the release of Smash Bros Ultimate Version 3.0 to the Web this evening. The video was 15 minutes long and could have easily been its own Direct, but….we know by now that to call Nintendo unpredictable would be an understatement.
The trilogy isn’t completely over….Lara suits up for one more mission in “The Grand Caiman,” the latest DLC chapter to be released for Shadow of the Tomb Raider.
Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ardyn was released today on all systems that play the original game. This bonus chapter is set 35 years before the main storyline and has players controlling the villainous Ardyn Lucis Caelum.
Gwent, the card game that sprung out of The Witcher into its own series, is getting an expansion later this month. Crimson Curse is the name of a new DLC pack that will introduce vampires, and everything that has to do with them, into the game.
Devil May Cry 5 was released last week, and fans were promised more content would eventually make its way to the game….specifically the Bloody Palace Mode. It’s an extra-challenging stage that pits you up against hordes of progressively stronger enemies. it had a vague release date, but now we have something specific: the mode will go live April 1.