Sega has released a trailer via the official YouTube channel for Two Points Hospital of , you guessed it, Two Points Hospital coming to Steam. Two Points Hospital is a sequel to Theme Hospital which looks to be a zany hospital building sim for those not “in the know”. No release date was provided at this time. See the announcement trailer below and keep it here on Proven Gamer for more information.
Panache Digital Games, the studio co-founded by Assassin’s Creed, Assassin’s Creed II, Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood and Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Creative Director Patrice Désilets, announced today their very first project, Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey.
Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey is a third person action-adventure survival episodic game. In each episode, you guys and gals are going to relive the greatest moments of mankind with a documentary stylization.
While that’s not a lot to go on, I’m imagining something very similar to something Telltale would make or even Life is Strange. However, the documentary take is quite interesting from someone who’s played a lot of these types of games.
Panache didn’t go on to say a whole lot more other than “stay tuned much more to come in 2015!”
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Like Bethesda, Square Enix now has a press conference. The conference will take place on June 16th at 9 AM PST, as seen above.
Now, you might ask why. Well, I’ll tell you why. In this year alone, Square Enix has more than a dozen games releasing. 16, if you want to be exact. That’s a lot and I can’t wait.
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On the official Guitar Hero Live Facebook Page, Activision revealed the first ten tracks for Guitar Hero Live. “Hundreds” will be available when it launches this Fall, but for right now let’s focus on the first ten.
The songs are:
- Ed Sheeran – Sing
- American Authors – Best Day of My Life
- Jake Bugg – What Doesn’t Kill You
- Gary Clark Jr. – Don’t Owe You A Thang
- Band of Skulls – Asleep At The Wheel
- Of Monsters and Men – Little Talks
- Alter Bridge – Cry of Achilles
- Biffy Clyro – Sounds Like Balloons
- Blitz Kids – Sometimes
- The War on Drugs – Under The Pressure
Personally, I love this setlist. I know it’s not going to be called that, but that’s what this sounds like to me. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got some music to listen to off Spotify, because Spotify rules.
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After 6 years, Overlord is back. Just not in the way you’d expect.
Overlord: Fellowship of Evil is coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC in 2015 as a top-down Action RPG written by Rhianna Pritchet to give you guys a Overlord game with a dark sense of humor.
You can play Overlord: Fellowship of Evil locally or online with your friends. It’s not quite clear yet exactly how your friends will figure into gameplay other than the choice to screw them over or to have them as aids.
Mark Silk is back as well to voice the Minions.
Other than that, all I see here is that Overlord is back as an Action RPG that you can play alone or with friends. So, take this information very carefully, because I have a feeling this might change soon.
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