Trailer Attack: 4th July 2016 – Ballet of blue idolmaster spirit
Happy Independence Day for all our American readers, but for the rest of the world, it’s time to see what trailers came out on the 4th July, 2016 (hint, it’s not that many as it seems everyone is on holiday).
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice
Capcom released a new trailer for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice that focuses on the lovely Maya Fey and some additional characters that Phoenix Wright will have to protect in court.
Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet
Two new trailers for Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet. Developed by CUBETYPE, Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet for the PS4 is a remastered shoot’em up that takes place in the Touhou universe. Select from 10 playable girls and dive straight into bullet-hell. Reminiscent of a fighting game, Genso Rondo takes the traditional shoot-em up genre and infuses it with a 1v1 battle scenario, allowing for a unique gameplay experience. Learn more about the Touhou characters in Story Mode as you progress through the game, blasting your opponent with a barrage of beautiful bullets. Or if you are feeling confident, jump into online battle mode and showcase your skills to players on PlayStation Network.
Bit Dungeon+ is coming to Wii U on 14th July, 2016. Below is a trailer to showcase the Wii U version. bit Dungeon+ is a two player action roguelike endless adventure. You and your loved one were captured by demons! You have been trapped in a dungeon for a thousand years asleep… You wake up trapped in cell, grab your weapon and let the quest to find her soul begin!
Question: can a machine do a level designer’s job? Answer: no, but it’s able to get close. Really close. In fact, a new theory is giving machines another leg up. At its core, the theory is very simple to explain. Usually, programs tasked with creating levels typically think in straight lines. Which makes sense, the player needs to get from A to B. However, a human level designer typically does not think in straight lines. Intentionally or not, they design levels thinking in circles, in loops. Intuitively adding a shortcut back to the main path just after a key, adding a secondary path to the same goal with a different type of challenge, those kind of touches. And that’s the simple but far reaching and fundamental change coming to computer generated levels in the near future: cyclic structures instead of just branching paths. One of the first games to fully embrace this theory is the upcoming dungeon crawler Unexplored.
With more than 55 million users around the world, thanks to products such as Carrier Landings, Extreme Landings, AirFighter, Helicopter Sim, Historical Landings, Battleship Destroyer, F18 Carrier Landing and Air Navy Fighters, RORTOS is ready to launch, during the year, new simulators, with important and prestigious collaborations. Below is a new video of the Blue Angels sim coming later this month!
Tales of Berseria
Bandai Namco has released a new Tales of Berseria TV advert for Japan. Tales of Berseria is due out for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 on August 18 in Japan, and additionally for PC in North America and Europe in first quarter of 2017.
Marvelous Japan has released two new Uppers videos showcasing the Manhole Attack and the Wall Run & Homing Kick move set.
The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars
Bandai Namco show us Ami Futami as the latest The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars character in this trailer.