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Shapes of Gray Coming May 21st

Secret Tunnel Entertainment has announced that their downloadable eShop game Shapes of Gray will be released next Thursday, May 21st. The game is part Wario Ware, part microscopic experiment, part Dark Souls. It really looks interesting.

According to the developers it will take about 2-3 hours to complete or 4-5 if you’re going for 100% completion. It will be priced at $6.99.

We’ll have a review of the game around the time it launches so be on the lookout for that. Here’s a trailer if you haven’t seen anything about the game yet.

Battlefleet Gothic Teaser Looks Beautiful

Warhammer 40K. Warhammer Fantasy. Space Hulk. Blood Bowl. Mordheim: City of the Damned. These are all Games Workshop properties that have electronic video games being developed. Let’s add one more to the list. This beautiful teaser is for a new game coming to PC from Tindalos Interactive. It’s called Battlefleet Gothic: Armada and even in teaser form it looks glorious.

I love this game. Turn based, ship to ship combat in space with some of the best looking models I’ve seen. We don’t know a whole lot about what this game actually entails, but you can bet there will be humans, Orks (they’re spelled with a K that’s how you know they belong in space), Eldar (space elves) and Chaos (demon possessed humans and creatures) involved.

Watch the teaser. Watch it. Oh, and if they don’t announce that a Warmaster game is coming soon I’m going to be very cross.

Silicon Studio Shows Off Paradox Game Engine

Did you play Bravely Default? How about 3D Dot Heroes? Well, the developers behind those games, Silicon Studios, are truly talented. You see, people may see these games and think the studio behind them just specializes in these kinds of visuals. Well, they would be wrong. Last year, Silicon Studio showed off the very impressive Mizuchi graphics engine. This year, they’re one-upping what they did last year and are showing off a new engine named Paradox with a beautiful tech demo named Industrial Robot. Check it out!

Attack On Titan Stomping Onto 3DS In North America May 12th; Delayed In Europe

AttackOnTitanTheme3DSOver the past few years, Attack on Titan has grown to become one of the most popular anime series’ worldwide. When news came out that an Attack on Titan game was going to 3DS it was only a matter of time that the game would get localized. Well a month ago, in the April Fools Direct, it was revealed that Atlus would be localizing Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains and the game would arrive sometime in May. Now we have an official date. Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains will be terrorizing your 3DS May 12 in North America. The game will be sold via the eShop for $39.99 and there will be a free 3DS theme available.

Unfortunately, there’s some bad news. The game has been delayed in Europe due to copyright issues. Atlus is doing everything in their power to get the game out though, so don’t worry, it’s still coming. In Europe the game will be titled “Shingeki no Kyojin: Humanity in Chains” and the free theme will also be available. Atlus will give a release date as soon as they can for Europe.

Square Enix Shows Off New Tech

Over the years, Square Enix has put out quite a few tech demo’s. Whether it was showing off what Final Fantasy XI could look like on Xbox 360 under the codename Rapture, showing off what Final Fantasy VII would look like on PS3, or showing off the tech for a game that’s actually coming out, Square Enix has a history of showing off their tech. Well, they’re at it again. Square Enix shown off a new tech demo at Microsoft’s 2015 Build conference and boy was it a jaw dropper. The tech demo, titled Witch Chapter 0 [cry], was used to show off what DirectX 12 could achieve. Let me tell you, this engine is pushing visuals that are easily on par with what you see in movies.

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Yooka-Laylee Kickstarter Launched; Funded In One Hour

Remember that game Yooka-Laylee? You should, it was just revealed yesterday! Well Playtonic Games launched the Kickstarter for it today and within one hour they reached their goal of £175,000. As I write this, they’re currently at £688,134 and growing. They’re also already over half way through their stretch goals.

Playtonic Games is comprised of only seven people, but together they have over 100 years of combined experience in games. For The Sound design, David Wise of Donkey Kong Country fame and Grant Hope the composer Banjo-Kazooie will be working on the soundtrack and Steve Burke who did the sound effects in Banjo and Conker will be doing the sound effects.