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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Serlegios details

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The latest Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate website update brings along new details about Serlegios (including a new status ailment). View some new information below.

– Serlegios can inflict a brand new status ailment on players
– This is a laceration or “torn” state
– Players will receive damage when running, dodging, and attacking under this effect
– Walking is still okay
– Serlegios’ scales cause the torn state
– Need to remain crouched for a certain period of time or eat a Well-Done Steak to recover
– Weapons you get from Serlegios have unique features
– Ex: if you’re using a Serlegios Bowgun, dodging will automatically load a single shot from the ammo you presently have selected into the gun
– With close-ranged weapons, if the player dodges several times in a row with their weapon unsheathed, it will restore some of your sharpness
– For Serlegios bows, a physical damage enhancing effect (equivalent to that of the Power Coating item) has been added to the C. Range Coating item

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Cartoon Network: Backlot Party details

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Little Orbit announced a new Cartoon Network game earlier this year, but without any sort of details. However, information has now been made public.

Cartoon Network: Backlot Party is the full title of the new game. Game Machine Studios is handling development.

Cartoon Network: Backlot Party will include five different games: Dodgeball, Shoot to Win, Backyard Chase, Girl Trouble, and Muriel’s in Peril. Shows featured as sets include The Amazing World of Gumball, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Ed, Edd n Eddy, Regular Show and Adventure Time.

Players will be able to unlock new characters from TV shows like Adventure Time, Regular Show, The Amazing World of Gumball, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, The Powerpuff Girls, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Ed, Edd n Eddy, Cow and Chicken, and Dexter’s Labority. The Wii version of the game will include four-player multiplayer support. A total of 24 characters are included.

Little Orbit will release Cartoon Network: Backlot Party on Wii ($39.99) and 3DS ($29.99) this fall.

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Hyrule Warriors “Master Quest” DLC includes Majora’s Mask outfits, Hilda costume for Zelda

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Hyrule Warriors’ first batch of downloadable content hit Japan this week. The DLC offers new items like an extra scenario and an Epona weapon, plus new costumes.

What Koei Tecmo has cooked up for new costumes is actually quite interesting. It seems that the DLC includes a pair of outfits based on characters from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Darunia has received a costume that resembles Darmani’s Ghost from the N64 title, and Ruto can now wear an outfit resembling Lulu from the band The Indigo-Go’s.

That’s not all for costumes. There’s “gothic” Agitha, maskless Zant, and purple Link. And did we mention that Zelda can wear an outfit that resembles Hilda from The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds?

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Wales Interactive will release Soul Axiom on Wii U

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Wales Interactive has confirmed that Soul Axiom will be released for Wii U. The first-person sic-fi adventure game is made by the same studio as Master Reboot and will take players “on a journey through the deepest darkest recesses of your soul.” You can get a quick look at Soul Axiom in the video above.



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Bandai Namco’s NYCC 2014 lineup

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Bandai Namco’s New York Comic-Con 2014 lineup is in. Fans will be able to go hands-on with the company’s upcoming slate of titles, including Lords of the Fallen, Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2, Digimon All-Star Rumble, Project CARS, Dark Souls II (Crown of the Ivory King), Power Rangers Super Megaforce, Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle, and Tales of Hearts R.

Source: Bandai Namco PR

 

Image: Japanese Fatal Frame sales comparison

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Blue bars represent Japanese sales debuts of the various Fatal Frame games. Combining the blue and red bars represents lifetime sales.

All things considered, Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden’s debut wasn’t too terrible. It sold more than the last two games for Wii – a console with a much higher install base.

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