World of Horror is gonna mess us up in February

Scary stories to play with the lights on World of Horror, a lo-fi horror RPG in which "sanity is dwindling" in a quaint seaside town, can't possibly end well for anyone – not while Old Gods are in the picture. The game has five protagonists, "each with their own story and a different perspective on the events that unfold," and it's bathed in dread.

Zombie Army 4: Dead War looks great in this feature-packed trailer

Zombie Shark... doo, doo, do-doo, do, doo, With less than three weeks to go until the launch of creepy alt-history shooter Zombie Army 4: Dead War, developer Rebellion has released a new trailer showcasing the ghoulish, violent warfare that awaits fans of this strange series, a spin-off from the Sniper Elite titles. The jam-packed trailer showcases many elements of Dead War, including characters, locations, an arsenal of explosive weaponry, special abilities and, of course, the rotting hordes of the resurrected Reich. The undead will swarm parties of up to four players in intense, co-op gamplay, forcing them to stand their ground with immense firepower, environmental traps, and powerful, crowd-clearing elemental abilities.

Mortal Kombat 11 Joker trailer brings mirth, mayhem, and massacre

Why Sub Zerious? NetherRealm Studios has released the gameplay trailer for the fifth DLC character for its violent fighter Mortal Kombat 11. Taking a step away from regular MK cast members, the next kombatant is none of than DC Comics' Clown Prince of Crime himself, Joker. Known for his ruthless, homicidal behaviour, psychopathic sense of humour, and 11 Academy Award nominations, Joker will bring bringing his own unique blend of comedy and extreme violence to the Mortal Kombat universe. This is not the happy chappie's first rodeo either, as Joker tangled with the MK previously in 2008's Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe.

Disintegration is running a few beta tests this month

A crew-commanding sci-fi shooter with hoverbikes Disintegration, a near-future sci-fi shooter from the co-creator of Halo, is running a series of beta tests this month on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. We caught a glimpse at gamescom 2019 – the premise: humans have transplanted their brains into "robotic armatures" – and I've been curious ever since.

I can’t wait to crawl through La-Mulana 1 & 2 on...

But probably not in the middle of March 2020 The La-Mulana 1 & 2 collection is releasing at a terribly busy time for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One – it's out March 17, 2020, right in the middle of a month brimming with big-name games. As we learned this morning, Final Fantasy VII Remake is ducking out until April, so there's some respite.

Check out a whopping two hours of Persona 5 Scramble right...

Welcome back, inmate Fans who are literally chomping at the bit for more footage from Atlus musou-like Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers, might want to pour themselves a drink and settle in with the video below, featuring a staggering two hours of footage taken directly from the game. The video was streamed this past weekend by Japanese YouTube channel Amari Odorokanai Gacchiman wa Horror Game Bakari Yatteiru. It's worth noting that, despite the video's length, it is surprisingly slim on actual action, and mainly consists of dialogue and cutscenes, as is the Persona 5 way. We do get to see a tutorial mission, but mostly it's just the opening narrative on display here (and in Japanese, naturally). Still, it's great to see the old gang again, rocking their spiffy new duds and joined by the strangely ethereal newcomer Sophia.

Resident Evil 3 opens up with a look at the wider...

Now we play the waiting game Resident Evil is back in full force, and it feels so good.Capcom has given us a few morsels of Resident Evil 3, but today, we're getting a wider look at the remake and its cast of characters – Jill Valentine, Brad Vickers, Carlos Oliveira, and the rest of the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service crew. Heck, they even threw in a Hunter just for you.

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid League kicks off this month

It's Morphin' Time nWay Games, in partnership with Lionsgate and Hasbro, has announced the formation of a "pro-league" of sorts for tag-fighting title Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid. The new league will offer BftG's best players the opportunity to fight it out at a selection of events across the coming months, culminating at a grand final to be held at EVO 2020 in August. The season kicks off at Frosty Faustings this weekend, with the league stopping off at several other major fighting game events across North America. Sanctioned online tournaments and community events will also afford players the chance to climb the leaderboards in hopes of securing a coveted Top Eight spot. These players will then be invited to EVO 2020 to battle for the title of Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid League Champion.

The Legends of Runeterra beta starts soon and progress won’t be...

Open beta begins January 24, but you can get in early The next digital card game on the block is Legends of Runeterra, a deck-building League of Legends spin-off that'll be cross-platform between PC and mobile. It's the kind of title you might be curious to try but not fully commit to – if so, you'll have a hassle-free chance to play the open beta later this month.

Guilty Gear Strive is getting a closed beta this spring

Polish up that anchor, May Arc System Works really got fans in a tizzy with its announcement of Guilty Gear Strive, the newest entry in the long-running anime fighting game series. While the sequel itself might not have been too surprising, the character trailers that followed - featuring amazing characters redesigns and some beautiful animation - have certainly got people amped for the wild franchise's return. Guilty Gear Strive made its playable debut at the ARCREVO tournament back in October, with the same demo currently scheduled to appear at Frosty Faustings in Chicago this coming weekend, and then again at EVO Japan 2020, which takes place on the weekend of January 24-26.

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