No Time To Explain was tinyBuild’s first project on a very low budget on outdated technology. After panning from critics for technical issues, tinyBuild has been able to rebuild the game for proper release. The remade No Time To Explain was built using Unity and features the player chasing after future selfs through time and alternate realities while fighting monsters, collecting hats and eating cake. The remake also features four player local multiplayer, redesigned boss fights and redesigned soundtracks. A quote provided by the game sums everything up in a nutshell, “I Am You From The Future! No Time To Explain, Follow m-OH CHRIST!”
No time to explain, look at the trailer from E3 below.
For those that are unaware, the Game Preview Program is a newly implemented feature by Microsoft similar to Steam’s Early Access system where players can actively purchase, play and participate in a game while it’s currently under development.
Elite: Dangerous is a massively-multiplayer online space adventure bringing open world exploration of the Milky Way at full galactic proportions. As the third sequel in the series and the first to reach Xbox One, this game includes an evolving player-driven narrative and a connected multiplayer experience. Players start off in a small starship and some credits and gradually build up skill, knowledge and wealth to eventually reach the rank of an iconic Elite.
Elite: Dangerous is currently available in 1080p for $30.99, £24.99, or €30.99 based on regional equivalent as part of the Game Preview Program and contains achievement, Xbox party and friend list support.
In July, the Close Quarters Championship content arrives first on Xbox One to those that are in the preview. The CQC content provides an intense player vs. player environment with custom-built arenas to fight for supremacy.
See Elite: Dangerous in action below.
From the makers of Happy Wars comes another free to play title arriving on Xbox One called Happy Dungeons. ToyLogic has announced that this title will be a hack and slash RPG that can be played with up to four players online or local couch co-op. Players will need to work as a team to play to their strengths and compensate for other player’s weaknesses. More than 1,000 items exist to customize characters from armor to weapons and more.
After Happy Dungeons releases, regular updates will come with weekly events and new stories will be provided every two month. Features for players of both Happy Wars and Happy Dungeons are also planned as well.
Take a look at the E3 reveal trailer after the jump.
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