DualShockers Weekly: Check Out The Most Popular News Stories Between April 10th and April 16th
Happy weekend and welcome to DualShockers Weekly! We are here as usual to provide you with the hottest news this week.
What games have you been playing this weekend? Did you heavily praise the sun after dying for the 9999th time in the newly released Dark Souls III? Did you give a chance to the open beta of Doom and destroyed demons all night long? Let us know!
For now, you can just sit here and enjoy our five most popular pieces of news between April 10th and April 16th below:
Mass Effect: Andromeda is sure making many fans wait for an actual reveal. Well, it looks like the developers were quite talkative this past week on social media and shared some interesting information. Lead Design Ian Frazier teased a “very large” enemy while Senior Cinematic Animator Tal Peleg pointed out to some steamy romance scenes. You can read all the juicy information in the article.
Weekly Famitsu featured this week the first two packs of DLC bikinis for PS4 and PS Vita exclusive Dead or Alive Xtreme 3. Much to your astonishment (or not), they reveal quite a lot of the lovely heroines’ body. You can see more of them in the article, but be sure not to read this at work.
During a livestream on Twitch hosted by several members of Naughty Dog, tons of new information was revealed about upcoming PS4 exclusive Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End: gameplay, length and difficulty of the game, photo mode and much more. You can read about it in the article.
Since the Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV event which occurred a couple of weeks ago, Director Hajime Tabata has been giving away several additional information that were not covered before. During an interview with the French site JeuxVidéo, he talked about some interesting aspects of the game such as DLC, frame rate and PC version. You can read all the relevant info in the article.
We know that many of you are eargerly expecting to see more of upcoming PS4 exclusive NieR: Automata. Well, look no further. During the NieR Music Concert & Talk Live event set in Tokyo, Director Taro Yoko and Producer Yosuke Saito introduced the first live gameplay, which looks absolutely awesome. If you want to see YoRHa 2B and YoRHa 9S in action, make sure to watch the videos in the article.