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For those out there waiting for a new Tekken game, they can finally get a glimpse at the upcoming Tekken 7 trailer. It’s more of a teaser trailer than an official one with the viewer having to watch through the history of Tekken before they can see some Tekken 7 footage. But stay tuned to the end because for fans of the game it’s good to see and hopefully we get an even longer trailer sometime soon.

At the moment we have no release date information for this game other than the knowledge that it’s coming soon and it’s being worked on at the moment.

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Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Australian Release Date

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Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Australian Release Date

The Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Australian release date is October 1 2019. The Vex are coming!

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PS4 News: Romance of The Three Kingdoms XIV Coming Soon

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Koei Tecmo is developing Romance Of The Three kingdoms XIV for PS4

Romance Of The Three kingdoms XIV is coming to the ps4 with the game currently being developed by Koei Tecmo. It is expected that it will be released in early 2020. The new strategy game dives deep into China’s lore to rewrite the history of the three Kingdoms.

What is Romance Of The Three Kingdoms XIV?

The latest iteration of the classic tactical series is once again set during the fall of the Han Dynasty in ancient China; where battles take place in a boundary-free scramble for land. The game’s map showcases the territory captured and the thrill of expansion using a simplified colour system – paying homage to the original Romance of The Three Kingdoms XIV, released on PC back in 1985. Everything from war to diplomatic affairs will be geared toward managing and gathering land as players attempt to spread their strategies at will across the vast China map.

In addition, RTK14 will adopt the ruler-based system from RTK9 and RTK11 in order to help return classic gameplay to the series. This means that all actions – from domestic, to political, to battle – will now take place on a single map. Greater individuality among characters will also be on display; with officers from the Three Kingdoms, like Liu Bei and Guan Yu, asserting themselves at various situations in order to fully immerse players into the game’s rich history. But that’s not all, as a new Evolved Artificial Intelligence system is also being implemented to challenge players across repeated playthroughs. With organizations now determined through each ruler’s ideals, different game experiences are now possible via different rulers. Even within the same faction; different policies now bring with them different strategies for expansion, making the wise use of various officers a cornerstone of advanced gameplay.

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NHL Reveals Toronto Maple Leafs Star Auston Matthews As Cover Athlete

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Electronic Arts today unveiled the first look at EA SPORTS NHL 20 to hockey fans during the 2019 NHL Awards presented by Bridgestone in Las Vegas. Three-time All-Star and former first overall pick of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Auston Matthews, was revealed as the NHL 20 cover athlete while taking the stage at this evening’s NHL Awards.

“Growing up I always admired all the players who got to be on the cover of the game. This is a very cool honor and I am proud to represent my organisation,” said Auston Matthews of the Toronto Maple Leafs. “I’m also really competitive, so now I can’t wait to fire up NHL 20 in the locker room and play against my teammates.”

The NHL 20 Australian release date is September 13 2019 for Xbox One and PS4.

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