• SEGA's Judgment, by the Yakuza Team, Headed to the West in 2019

    6 monthes ago - By IGN

    Announced at the Kinda Funny Games Showcase, SEGA's Judgment, from the developers of the Yakuza series, is headed to the west in 2019.
    Formerly known as Project JUDGE, Judgment puts you in the shoes of Yagami, an ex-lawyer who now runs a detective bureau.
    The newest trailer shows Takayuki Yagami investigating a series of three murders of Yakuza who all had their eyes removed.
    While Judgment won't feature any characters from the Yakuza series, they are both set in a shared universe and this newest title takes place in Kamurocho, the fictional Tokyo district from the Yakuza series.
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  • Conan Unconquered - Official Cinematic Announcement Trailer

    6 monthes ago - By GameSpot

    Conan Unconquered is the first-ever strategy game set in the savage world of Conan the Barbarian. Coming to PC in Q2 2019.
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  • Conan Unconquered is an RTS coming from Petroglyph

    6 monthes ago - By Rock, Paper, Shotgun

    Conan's gamelords Funcom have announced that the barbarian's fantasy land is to host a real-time strategy game, Conan Unconquered , made by Petroglyph Games. Petroglyph the studio founded by several former Command & Conquer folks, who've since come on to make games including Grey Goo and Star Wars: Empire At War. Conan Unconquered sounds a curious one, with base-building and wall-raising and armies and all that... in service of surviving waves of enemy attackers. It's a wave-survival RTS. And it has two-player co-op. And you can summon honking great monsters like that ↑ bronze chap to...
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  • Conan Unconquered Is A Strategy Game By Former Command And Conquer Developers

    Conan Unconquered Is A Strategy Game By Former Command And Conquer Developers

    6 monthes ago - By GameInformer

    Funcom has announced that it, including some former Command & Conquer developers, are working a new strategy game set in the Conan the Barbarian universe.
    The label of "strategy game" may be a bit misleading, however. The official press release says "Wave after wave of increasingly more difficult enemies will rush at your gates and you will need to manage resources, research new technologies to advance your defenses, and recruit an ever-growing army if you are to save survive utter destruction," which means it's more of tower-defense game than StarCraft. The game moves in real-time, but...
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