Gear up to celebrate the 30th anniversary of studio Rare on August 4 this year with an epic compilation of the top 30 games from the maker—called Rare Replay. You are sure to meet some of your long-lost heroes from its 2D era games as well as matching steps with swinging icons from the latest Xbox 360 games. The collection will be compatible with Xbox One and is indeed a must have for all fans of Rare games and gaming enthusiasts in general.
Splatoon – Version 2.0 Update
The updated version of Splatoon is set to arrive on August 5 this year and it will bring gamers a pair of latest matchmaking modes–Squad Battle and Private Battle. Add to this a couple of two new weapons, and we already know Splatoon has arrived back with a bang.
Run Up To The Rare Replay
What is getting us more excited is the presentation of the Rare Replay games in a way they had originally been designed. However, to keep up with changing times, cheat sheets, newer visuals, bonus challenges and more have been added. You can score even higher than 10,000 points thanks to these new add-ons. The compilation ranges for over 700 hours of gaming time.
Check out some of three most popular games that will come knocking around on August 4th via Rare Replay-
Etrian Odyssey Untold 2: The Fafnir Knight
The iconic game has a simple premise. It begins with a play date that begins to trigger a line of occurrences, which in turn requires players to turn into the Fafnir Knight ages later. The gamers have one aim—that is– protecting Princess Arianna of Caledonia. In the revamped version gamers will get to see a remade Etrian Odyssey 2: Heroes of Lagaard—topped up with new settings, backdrops and of course graphical improvements. There is yet another part to this game is the Untold bit that features an all new story settings—complete with animation based cut scene, voiceovers and a fixed party. The crux here is that gaming characters must unearth how Fafnir Knight originated.
Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold Coming to North America- The Castle Game
This huge hit is meant for a single player that needs employment of 3D strategy defence. The backdrop to this game is a medieval world of fantasies. The gamer will have to build a castle while defending an entire army against evil. From traps to troops—the game has umpteen excitement in the store.
Fairy Fencer F – PC Version
Role playing meets gaming in this game. While the story is clichéd and the graphics not appreciable, the game does bring forth loads of options for personalization and a premise that touches gamers’ hearts.