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Joystiq Streams: October's first horror stream is D4 for Xbox One

October is here, dear friends. The long toiling wait of summer heat and madness has ended, and now is our opportunity to sit in the dark, willfully scaring the ever-loving crap out of ourselves. That's the Halloween way! While survival horror big guns like Alien: Isolation and The Evil Within a...

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D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die review: True Kinective

D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is a surprisingly layered, dense game – especially for a linear, point-and-click adventure about a man with a bullet in his forehead and the ability to travel through time. It's equal parts gruesome, funny and quirky, combining elements of sci-fi with classic cop dra...

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Deadly Premonition designer's D4 out on Xbox One tomorrow

Surprise! D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die, the cel-shaded mystery game from Deadly Premonition designer Hidetaka "Swery65" Suehiro, debuts on Xbox One tomorrow, September 19. The $15 downloadable marks the start of D4's episodic series, and Suehiro told Eurogamer it includes the prologue, first and secon...

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Final Drakengard 3 DLC features Nier-inspired costumes

Just under a month after its initial release, Square Enix's Drakengard 3 has wrapped up its DLC plans with one final batch of add-on content aimed at fans of past series entries and beloved franchise spin-off Nier. This week's new DLC includes a set of ability-enhancing costumes inspired by char...

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Drakengard 3 rolls out story DLC starring Zero's sisters

Square Enix has deployed a collection of story mode DLC for its PlayStation 3 hack-and-slash action game, Drakengard 3, giving players new insight regarding the game's bizarre world and outlandish supporting characters. Each DLC chapter in Drakengard 3 stars one of protagonist Zero's sisters &nd...

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Drakengard 3's launch trailer promises a bloody good time

Square Enix has rolled out a blood-soaked trailer to commemorate this week's launch of its PlayStation 3 action game Drakengard 3, a collaborative project between former members of Nier creator Cavia and Deadly Premonition developer Access Games. Our pre-launch stream showcasing the first hour of...

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Drakengard 3 flies out in May, downloadable only in Europe [update]

Update: North America joins the Drakengard 3 party the day before Europe on May 20, with the game priced at $50. As revealed on the PlayStation Blog, Square Enix has an appropriately surreal tiered pre-order system in place, in which the earlier you order, the more extra stuff you get. Square ...

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Drakengard director 'can't have enough money' to make PS4 entry

If you're a Drakengard fan interested in the completely hypothetical "Drakengard 4" reaching the PlayStation 4, you should know that Drakengard 3 Director Yoko Taro shares the sentiment! Unfortunately, wanting something doesn't generate mounds of cash, and Taro's response to a fan on Twitter ex...

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Deadly Premonition up for pre-purchase on Steam for 10 percent off

Did you hear that, Zach? Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut is up for pre-order at Steam for 10 percent off of its regular price. My coffee warned me about it this morning. Did you opt out of coffee-relayed push notifications? That's unwise, Zach. Originally launched as a budget Xbox 360 tit...

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Deadly Premonition gets 352-page companion app for iPad

Deadly Premonition received a companion iBooks app for iPad this week, Rising Star Games announced. Priced at $9.99, the Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut The Official Visual Companion is 352 pages long with over a hundred "interactive elements." The book offers players the chance to peek into...

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