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Astral Chain, new trailer for NINE minutes

Astral Chain, the last effort of Platinum Games, is now one month from its exclusive arrival on Nintendo Switch. The creators of Bayonetta and Nier: Automata, games from which Astral Chain takes full ...

ASTRAL CHAIN ​​- Preview

The only presentation of Nintendo's Post E3 event this year was a demo played by ASTRAL CHAIN, the new Platinum Games title exclusively on Nintendo Switch scheduled for the upcoming 30 August. Conduct ...

[UPDATED] If it sells well, Astral Chain will be the first title of a trilogy

The statements about a possible trilogy are based on an erroneous translation of what was reported by the director, who has "many ideas to fill three games". https://twitter.com/nibellion/status/1144136571572150272?s=21 Astral Chain is definitely one of the exclusives for ...

[E3 Nintendo] Astral Chain unveiled the release date and the limited edition

Nintendo, through the E3 Direct, has confirmed the release date of a highly anticipated title: Astral Chain. The release was in fact fixed at the 30 August 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Muc_PR6geM But the news does not end there: in today's day ...

Astral Chain: new action announced for Nintendo Switch

During the last Nintendo Direct, the Japanese company announced a new action by Platinum Games, creators of Bayonetta, called Astral Chain. The announcement was accompanied by a two-minute trailer that ...

Gravity Unveils its Future Plans During Gamescom 2019

During its presentation, Gravity attracted representatives of various game companies and media outlets. 'Ragnarok M: Eternal Love' has been globally downloaded over 24 million ...

[gamescom 2019] Minute of Islands- Tested

Another indie title joins the list of small gems unearthed during gamescom 2019: it is Minute of Islands, of ...

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