Gamescom Happened, Featuring Geoff
A new Killing Floor game was announced. Not much else was detailed.
Even more Tekken 8 reveals, including a variety of characters, confirmation of a story mode, and a new battle hub similar to Street Fighter VI‘s. Tekken 8 launches January 26th, 2024.
Zack Snyder showed up! He’s got a new movie (or movies?) releasing on Netflix soon called Rebel Moon, and there’ll also be a game based on it.
Pearl Abyss’ latest title, the massive Crimson Desert, has a new gameplay trailer. It’s…a lot.
The Little Nightmares series will receive a new entry, this time with co-op.
Age of Empires 4 has gotten a remaster, and released right then and there!
Zenless Zone Zero, the next Hoyoverse gacha, looks really slick. Also, Honkai Star Rail‘s PS5 version’s test started August 23rd and runs through the 28th.
We’ve got more Alan Wake 2 footage. That’s all I gotta say, check it out instead of reading this!
Mortal Kombat 1 showed off a few more characters, this time highlighting General Shao, Sindel, and Raiden.
Assassin’s Creed Mirage got a new trailer.
Nightingale, a survival game with some really freaky monsters, got its early access launch set to February 22nd, 2024.
If you wish to watch the full show, here’s all three hours, including the guy who ran up on stage to yell about GTA6.
It’s not just Gamescom this week
Charles Martinet, the longtime official voice of Mario, is stepping down from the role. He will continue to be a “Mario Ambassador”, but it has already been confirmed that Super Mario Wonder will not feature his performance.
A new Pokemon, Poltchageist, has been revealed. This ‘mon is a convergent evolution of Sinistea, and has the ability to heal its doubles partner on switch-in.
That awful-looking Playstation streaming handheld has a name. It’s Playstation Portal, and will cost $200.
Bioware has fired 50 people, including many of their long-time writing staff who were working on the latest Dragon Age. Some of those laid off also include staff from Keywords, who had just recently unionized.
Denuvo has announced their technology will be compatible with Nintendo Switch, promising to block PC emulation. This announcement was paired with AI art, which is quite ironic indeed.