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WRC 9

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French developer Kylotonn is working on the next installment of their officially licensed off-road racer series. Titled WRC 9, it brings the 2020 World Rally Championship to the players’ screens. The game includes three new rallies (Kenya, Japan, and New Zealand), over 15 classic cars, and 100 special stages.

There are two new game modes in WRC 9. The first is a Clubs system that allows the players to create custom championships and compete online against their friends. The second is a Co-Driver mode for playing in a co-op. Besides these new modes, the developer also promises improved physics and reworked engine sounds.

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WWE 2K Battlegrounds

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While there won’t be a mainline WWE 2K installment in 2020, the company is instead releasing WWE 2K Battlegrounds: an arcade-focused wrestling experience with over-the-top action set to the background of outlandish environments.

The game’s modes include Exhibition matches (with online and local multiplayer), a solo Campaign whose story is told through original comic strips, the last-man-standing mode King of the Battleground, and Online tournaments. Over 70 wrestlers are included at launch and more will be available as DLC, one of them as a pre-order bonus.

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Fuser

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Fuser is an upcoming rhythm game from Harmonix, the makers of titles like Rock Band and Dance Central. Players step into the shoes of a DJ and make mixes for a virtual audience, scoring points when they add new tracks in time to the beat and play songs requested by the audience.

The game features multiple modes: Campaign Play, Freestyle Play, Multiplayer, and Social Sharing. Over 100 songs across various genres are included in Fuser, and three more are added as a pre-order bonus.

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NBA 2K21

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NBA 2K21 is the latest installment in 2K Games’ popular basketball sim series that is said to bring best-in-class graphics and gameplay, varied game modes, and competitive and community online features.

It will be available on both current and next-gen consoles, but instead of free cross-generation upgrades, 2K is opting for separate versions of the game. These include the Standard Edition for current-gen platforms, the Standard Edition for Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5, and the pricier Mamba Forever Edition that grants access to both. Let’s take a closer look.

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XIII

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XIII is a remake of the 2003 first-person shooter based on an eponymous graphic novel. You play as an elite soldier Thirteen, who wakes up in a deserted beach without any memories but still in possession of his skills. As you set off to uncover your past, you soon learn that you played a role in the murder of the President of the United States of America.

True to its comic book heritage, XIII features a cel-shaded art style, onomatopoeia sound effects, and speech bubbles. The game’s solo campaign includes a total of 34 levels, and there is a PvP multiplayer mode as well.

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Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme vs. Maxiboost On

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    Jul 30, 2020

Originally a 3D arcade fighting game in Japan, Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Maxiboost On is making its way to PlayStation 4 in the West. Players purchase mobile suits using points and participate in 2v2 mecha combat featuring three Ex Burst systems: Fighting Burst, Extend Burst, and Shooting Burst. All 183 suits from the arcade iterations of Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. are playable, and the game also brings 2 new ones.

Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Maxiboost On can be played in single-player, two-player split-screen, LAN Connection Battle, and online battle modes for up to 4 players. The Western release features Japanese voiceover with English subtitles.

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Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time

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Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is a platformer developed by Toys for Bob and published by Activision. It is a sequel to the 1998 Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped. After Neo Cortex and N. Tropy escape their space-time prison and launch an assault on the entire universe, Crash and Coco set out to collect the Quantum Masks and save the day.

The masks are more than just a story element and will grant new powers. The Time Mask, for instance, slows time while the Gravity Mask allows Crash and Coco to walk on ceilings. The game can be played in Retro mode with limited lives or in a more forgiving Modern mode where dying only sends the player back to the latest checkpoint.

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