Wednesday 20 January 2016

February 2016 New Game Releases: Mojang's 'Cobalt,' 'Toki Tori 2,' 'Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc' Launch Next Month

Three new games, "Cobalt," "Toki Tori 2," and "Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc," will be launching in February 2016. Here are the details.
"Cobalt" from Mojang
Initially pegged for an October 2015 release, "Cobalt" is finally launching next month. The game is the creation of developer Oxeye Game Studio and published by "Minecraft" creator Mojang. The game will launch to Microsoft's Xbox One and 360, and PC on Feb. 2. The game will cost $19.99.
According to Mojang's Owen Hill, the game will take around eight hours to complete, but this could vary depending on how a gamer plays the title. Multiple local and online multiplayer modes could also distract players from the main game for hours on end.
In addition to all these features, PC players will also have Steam Workshop, which allows them to build their own levels. Those who bought the alpha also get a free Steam code through their Mojang account.

Play "Toki Tori 2" on PS4 "Toki Tori 2," the sequel to developer Two Tribes' first game ever, comes to the PlayStation 4 on Feb. 23. PS4 owners can buy the game both digitally and as a physical copy. The PS4 version adds five ancient telephatic frogs that will provide guidance to the game's protagonist, a chicken that only has two moves: whistle and stomp. "Toki Tori 2" on the PS4 also adds 15 achievements. The title is a large, open world puzzle game that deviates a little from its core principles by being semi-verbal. The telephatic frogs will provide players with details of their quest through thought bubbles. "Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc" comes to PC Spike Chunsoft has announced the release date of the first installment in its graphic adventure game series, "Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc." Although no specific date was provided, the developer-publisher revealed that it's targeting to launch the game's PC version next month. The game revolves around a group of students whose school has turned into a prison, thanks to a strange bear named Monokuma. He plays judge, jury, and executioner as the students engage in a battle of words in a mock trial for murder.

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