The Finale to Season One of HITMAN launches today.
Square Enix has launched the Season Finale for HITMAN Season One, with a mission called “Situs Inversus” and is the culmination of everything players will have learnt in terms of both gameplay and story.
A journey which began with a Prologue and Paris location in March, continued with Episode 2: Sapienza in April, Episode 3: Marrakesh in May, the Summer Bonus Episode in July, Episode 4: Bangkok in August, Episode 5: Colorado in September as we reach the season finale, Episode 6: Hokkaido today.
“It was a brave decision to go fully digital episodic with Hitman, fundamentally changing how we make the game, and for us it has been a major success,” said Hannes Seifert, Studio Head, Io-Interactive. “I want to say a big thank you to all the players for making this possible! Together we’ve built and run the biggest and most replayable locations of any Hitman game and added new live content every single week since launch. And although we’re now completing season one, this is only the beginning for our ever expanding World of Assassination.”
The Hokkaido location is set within the grounds of the hyper-exclusive GAMA private hospital and resort. This secluded facility is a fusion of Japanese beauty and cutting-edge technology, featuring its own Zen gardens, organic sushi restaurant and traditional Japanese hot spring. Agent 47 must locate two targets in this climactic Season Finale.
Be sure to check out the trailer below.
Are you excited for BlazeBlue Central Fiction? Well we have some gameplay footage to show off from our stream last week, showing off two of the new characters. You can also catch our review for the title soon, so be on the look out for that.
BlazBlue Central Fiction is out tomorrow , November 1 in North America. The Title will be available for Playstation 3, and Playstation 4.
Aksys Games and developer Spike Chunsoft has announced Zero Escape: The Nonary Games, a double pack including Zero Escape: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors (999) and Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward, exclusive to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita and launching both physically and digitally in spring 2017 in North America and Europe.
You catch the overview below:
So what exactly is a Nonary Game? In essence, the game contains nine “players” or participants. You assume the role of one of these participants and compete towards a common goal. “No big deal, I love a good, friendly competition!” you say to yourself. Well, not so fast… The rules of each game vary from title to title, but the end goal is always the same: you must fight for survival and do everything in your power to escape with your life! That’s right, the price for losing this game is death. Did we mention that you’ve been “entered” against your will?
The main antagonist in both games is the enigmatic Zero. Who is Zero? What does Zero want? Why are you in this situation to begin with? Fair questions to be sure, but to answer any of these would simply ruin the experience! A special feature of each Nonary Game is the implementation of a watch-like device, which is attached to each participant’s wrist. Unique to each game, the watch serves a few sinister functions, most notably as the very probable agent of your demise! Needless to say, your quest will focus on solving the mystery of your surroundings and successfully removing the lethal time piece.
The Zero Escape franchise is renowned for its engrossing narrative and complex story, and The Nonary Games collection serves as the definitive version of the first two games. For both the uninitiated and seasoned escapists, The Nonary Games is the perfect gateway into this deadly and thought-provoking world.
The Pokken Tournaments’ official Japanese twitter account has announced a new challenger will be revealed for the Pokken Tournament Arcade November, 1.
The arcade version recent added Scizor earlier this month and Darkrai in July. No news has been announced if any of these characters will be joining the Wii U version.
Bandia Namco has something special for players this Halloween weekend. You can you Halloween weekend with this interactive video. Players can start navigating their way through The Maw in Little Nightmares!
Sweet gnomes will guide you through a creepy universe in our “Choose your own adventure” style demo video. You’ll explore the mysterious universe of Little Nightmares playing as Six, our little heroine in the yellow raincoat, and help her make the right decisions to escape from The Maw.
Little Nightmares is slated to launch on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and STEAM for PCs in 2017.