Here’s Some English Xenoblade Chronicles X Footage From Gamescom

One of the big games for the Wii U later this year in the west is Monolith Soft’s huge open world adventure Xenoblade Chronicles X. We have only seen bits and pieces of the English build and now we can take a closer look at a gameplay demo that was showcased at this year’s Gamescom event in Cologne, Germany. During the hands-on video you will get to see the monumental environments and some of the monsters you will be tasked with tackling.

Here’s Some More FAST Racing NEO Action Along With Details

One of the games that seems to have impressed attendees at this week’s Gamescom conference is FAST Racing NEO. Blogger NintenDaan went hands-on with the futuristic racing title during the event and has written up his experience with the title. We heard last week that Shin’en is planning to release the game sometime this December on the Wii U eShop.

  • One of the new courses called Sunhara Plains, there are flame torches everywhere and being hit by one of these is brutal
  • Another track to is Daitoshi Station, which is set in space
  • An open area where you have to fly between various asteroids and there is a very little room for error
  • At another point in that same course, asteroids are also trying to crush you and that will stun you
  • Storm Coast made hefty use of the switching mechanics and took place in the pouring rain
  • Kamagori City was incredibly short and every lap was over in roughly 35 seconds. It brings you to a deserted city, complete with grafitti and green everywhere you look
  • Cool touch is that you might spot an old Nanostray boss in the background
  • Shin’en has said that other references can be found in the final version
  • The stages shown so far aren’t how the final cups will be
  • Full game will also feature a variety of modes including the Championships, Multi Player, Online Play and a harsher Hero Mode
  • Neo will not feature various smaller challenge levels, but promises that the other options will keep players engaged

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Check Out Some Mighty No.9 Footage From Gamescom

A lot of you were disappointed to find out earlier this week that Comcept has taken the decision to delay the Kickstarter backed title, Mighty No.9. The reason for the delay was due to a nasty bug in the multiplayer code so the team took the difficult decision to delay the title to early 2016. The team says that the actual game is virtually finished so here’s a look at the single player mode that was showcased at Gamescom this week.


Here’s Some More Glorious FAST Racing NEO Footage From Gamescom

In case you missed it, it was Gamescom this week in Cologne, Germany. Among the titles showcased at the event was Shin’en’s promising futuristic racer FAST Racing NEO. During the event Tilmen from Nintendomination managed to capture twelve minutes of captivating footage of the game with direct sound. Shine’n revealed earlier this week that FAST Racing NEO is scheduled to be released on the Wii U eShop around December time.


Gamescom: Here’s A Look At The English Version Of Xenoblade Chronicles X

As promised Nintendo Europe streamed 40 minutes worth of footage from the forthcoming Xenoblade Chronicles X at this week’s Gamescom. The footage is of the English build of the game which isn’t coming out until December. The video includes an obligatory walkthrough of the expansive game and also an interview with one of the developers. You can get your hands on Xenoblade Chronicles X on December 4th in Europe.


Super Mario Maker And Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Win Awards At Gamescom

The team over at Gamescom have put up their annual award list for best of show and Super Mario Maker and The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes have both picked up awards. Super Mario Maker won the best Wii U game and The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes won the best mobile game. You can check out the full list of winners, below.

Best of Gamescom
Star Wars Battlefront (Electronic Arts)

Most Wanted Consumer Award
Star Wars Battlefront (Electronic Arts)

Best Console Game Sony Playstation
Star Wars Battlefront (Electronic Arts)

Best Console Game Microsoft Xbox
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (Konami Digital Entertainment)

Best Console Game Nintendo Wii
Super Mario Maker (Nintendo)

Best Role Playing Game
Dark Souls 3 (Bandai Namco Entertainment)

Best Racing Game
Forza Motorsport 6 (Microsoft)

Best Action Game
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (Konami Digital Entertainment)

Best Simulation Game
Forza Motorsport 6 (Microsoft)

Best Sports Game
PES 2016 (Konami Digital Entertainment)

Best Family Game
LEGO Dimensions (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)

Best Strategy Game
Unravel (Electronic Arts)

Best PC Game
Star Wars Battlefront (Electronic Arts)

Best Mobile Game (incl. Handheld, iOS, Android, Windows)
Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes (Nintendo)

Best Social / Casual / Online Game
Super Mario Maker (Nintendo)

Best Online Multiplayer Game
Star Wars Battlefront (Electronic Arts)

Best Hardware (incl. Peripheral)
HTC Vive (HTC)

Bestes Indie-Spiel
Cuphead (Studio MDHR)


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Here’s Some FAST Racing NEO Gamescom 2015 Gameplay

Tilmen from Nintendomination and his colleague recently got the chance to test out FAST Racing NEO at Gamescom which kicked off this week. As you can see the footage is off-screen but it gives a good representation of just how fast this game is. The futuristic racer is due to be released sometime later this year. For now just enjoy the footage and hopefully some more will surface.