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Brendan Greene speaks out against copycats.
In the wake of PUBG's ever-growing success, a number of established games have spun their own interpretations of the battle royale formula. Several clones have since surfaced too, which has caused Brendan Greene—aka PlayerUnknown himself—to speak out against the lack of copyright protection in the games industry.
Speaking to BBC Radio 1's Gaming Show (via Newsbeat/gamesindustry.biz), Greene stressed that while he's keen to see the battle royale genre continue to grow, more needs to be done to prevent rip offs.
"I want other developers to put their own spin on the genre... not just lift things from our game," says Greene. "For that to happen you need new and interesting spins on the game mode. If it's just copycats down the line, then the genre doesn't grow and people get bored."
To this end, one particular clone that comes to mind is this Chinese Terminator 2-inspired mobile game that appears to mirror PUBG in both style and appearance. The following footage of that popped up on Reddit earlier this
It is *very* anime.
Legrand Legacy, an openly old-school turn-based JRPG, will launch on PC on January 24, 2018, according to its newest trailer. Astoundingly, that puts the PC version a full year ahead of the console versions. What sort of loopy reverse-land have we entered?
Legrand Legacy is a game drunk on old JRPGs, citing Suikoden, Legend of Dragoon and Final Fantasy as its key inspirations. You can see that in the story: as Joe reported last year, it's set in a war-torn world and stars a motley crew of reluctant heroes whose bonds, you see, are the universe's "true peril." It also uses 3D models and 2D environments to emulate the visual style of its ancestors, and its combat system features QTE-esque, timing-based follow-up attacks.
As Crunchyroll reports, developer Semisoft further explained the combat in a recent press release: "Exploiting enemies' weaknesses and unleashing powerful attacks is key for victory," Semisoft said. "Craft weapons and unlock new magic abilities as the enemies become fiercer." There's also a range of activities outside combat, like sidequests, NPC recruitment, and the obligatory fishing minigame.
Legrand's Legacy history may be the most complicated thing about it. It was already two years in development when it first appeared last November on Steam Greenlight (which doesn't exist anymore) and Kickstarter. Its Kickstarter campaign says it was unsuccessful, but according to the most recent update, its base goal was in fact met—it's the stretch goals that weren't funded. A playable demo popped up on GameJolt around the same time, and is still available for download today.
One way or another, it's January-bound. Check out the previously released cinematic trailer for a story primer.
SF5's season three characters revealed, too.
The Street Fighter beat 'em up series turned 30 earlier this year. Capcom has now revealed the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection—a celebratory bundle of 12 games spanning three decades.
Due in May 2018, the Collection boasts Street Fighter, Street Fighter 2 and—cue long list of superfluous appendages—Street Fighter 2: Championship Edition, Street Fighter 2: Hyper Fighting, Super Street Fighter 2, Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo, Street Fighter Alpha, Street Fighter Alpha 2, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Street Fighter 3, Street Fighter 3: 2nd Impact, and Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike.
Catch your breath after that with a trailer:
What's more, Street Fighter executive producer Yoshinori Ono unveiled all of Street Fighter 5's forthcoming season three fighters at this weekend's PlayStation Experience. Following the finals of the 2017 Capcom Cup tournament, Ono confirmed Sakura's return with the following trailer:
Sakura's reentry to the series had been rumoured for some time, however Capcom also dropped the following trailer which features Sagat, Blanka, G and Falke—of latter of whom appears to be tied to Ed in some way.
Timewise, Sakura expected to arrive with the launch of the Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition on January 16—which we know boasts over 200 nostalgia-driven endings—while the other characters are as yet without hard release dates.
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