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New Screens and Art from Left Alive

Square Enix surprised people with Left Alive, a first person survival shooter, set within the Armoured Core universe at Tokyo Games Show and while the show has ended, we have a few new screens and some artwork from the game to share.

And here is the artwork, which looks very nice.

Code Vein gets two new trailers

Bandai Namco have today released a new trailer for Code Vein, thanks to TGS and it shows off a lot more of the story than we had seen until now, check it out below.

In addition, they also announced that Japanese hard rock band VAMPS will be featured in the game as well. You can watch a message from the two man band below.

If you are like me and have no idea who VAMPS are, here is some info for you.
HYDE (L'Arc~en~Ciel) and K.A.Z (Oblivion Dust) joined together in 2008 to form VAMPS, and have released 13 singles and 4 albums to date.  VAMPS have performed at many indoor and outdoor events, both in Japan and overseas.  2016 saw them sign a deal with the leading American management company 10th Street Entertainment, and they have been expanding progressively in both their music production and number of concerts overseas.  Following the recent release of the album "Underworld", the duo are constantly on tour including Japan, US and Latin America.
As of now, a few extra screens is all we have of the game, but stay tuned as the game is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in 2018

Attack on Titan 2 announced

Koei Tecmo has announced that Attack on Titan 2 is in development and is the sequel to the game Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom from 2016. The game is currently being made for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam.

Attack on Titan 2 or A.O.T. 2 is set to delve even deeper into the narrative of Attack on Titan’s second season and offers players exhilarating action and new challenges, as it introduces the newly improved omni-directional mobility gear offering advanced freedom of movement and targeting precision to counter enhanced Titan movements.

Players will be able to try their new moves against these fearsome Titans as they control characters from a Titan-sized roster! Outside of battle they will be able to deepen their relationships with their fellow squad-mates while gaining greater insight into life within the walls thanks to more advanced RPG elements.

More details are expected in the coming weeks, however until then, we do have the screens below to enjoy at least.

Chills and thrills combine in the Spooky Pack for Planet Coaster

Frontier have announced, that as we approach the spookiest time of the year, Planet Coaster is ready for it, as the Spooky Pack is now available to get, letting players craft the scariest ride they can.

Players will get all new spooky scenery pieces including static and animated attachments, special effects, shop fronts, path extras, doors and windows, fences, triggerable coaster doors, themed custom signs and even themed hats for Planet Coaster’s park guests.

If that was not enough, then the new spooky construction pieces can be used alone or together with existing themed wall sets. Planet Coaster’s piece-by-piece construction tools mean every part of every theme can be mixed, matched, removed and re-used however players choose.

In addition, two new rides have been included, both offering up something different, the first is 'The Hoax' is a free-spinning haunted house ride players can fit in even the smallest spaces. Guests will be thrilled and chilled on the tight track filled with frightful twists and turns. The second of the included rides is called 'The Huntsman' is Planet Coaster's first-ever motion platform ride. This ultra-modern ride tilts, turns and moves around players’ parks without a track.

Finally, a new entertainer character is also included and with this addition, King Coaster steps aside to make way for King Ghoster! The newest Planet Coaster entertainer will haunt players’ parks and offer hair-raising entertainment for those who dare to visit.

The ultimate trophy is up for grabs thanks to PlayStation

PlayStation Australia have announced that the call to all local digital treasure hunters, that a competition for gaming connoisseurs to play, compete and be rewarded for their hours of effort to unlock every in-game trophy, in order to be a PlayStation Plus Platinum Hunters.

The first title to kick off the competition will be EA Sports FIFA 18. To win, players must complete all in-game accomplishments and unlock the Platinum Trophy for a specific title. Once players achieve all in-game Trophies and receive the Platinum Digital Trophy, they must snap a screenshot using the SHARE button and upload it across Facebook or Twitter tagging @PlayStationAU and using the hashtag #PlusPlatinumHunters.

Here are the additional games Platinum Hunters can keep an eye out for in the competition: 
Gran Turismo Sport  coming October 18
Call of Duty: WWII coming November 3

The final title for the last Platinum Trophy is soon to be announced – watch this space! PlayStation Australia will be sharing all details in the coming weeks. This will be the last chance for Australian gamers to be rewarded with a real life Platinum Trophy.

Of course, for any competition, there are rules to be followed, so hit up this link to read them all.

The physics of WRC 7

BigBen and Kylotonn have released a video, that details some of the physics of the cars, that players will get to race in WRC 7, the game is heading for its physical release on October 6th, so check it out.

In the video Rui Soares, a WRC engineer, analyses the physics of WRC 7. He shares his impressions of the in-game driving, which is even more realistic thanks to completely reworked physics and very comprehensive fine-tuning possibilities. These improvements let the player take advantage of all the new characteristics of WRC 2017's cars, which are more powerful, lighter, and more nervous.

The game is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC,