Last appeared in 2014 in Dragon: Age Inqusition, BioWare, as the developer of the RPG genre series, turned out to slip a new Dragon Age teaser in the 2018 The Game Awards that took place some time ago.
You might realize it from the artstyle used in the one-minute teaser. But what’s interesting about this teaser is that the hashtag used reads The Dread Wolf Rises, which refers to one of the important characters in Dragon Age: Inqusition named Solas. You can watch the teaser below.
You who play Dragon Age: Inquisition, may know that Solas reappeared in the Trespasser DLC, where Solas later revealed himself as the Dread Wolf. This is getting stronger with the sentence “suspect you have question” on the teaser video above, where Solas also sent this sentence to the Inquisitor in the Trespasser DLC.
The latest Dragon Age teaser also quickly attracts attention and various fans’ questions, such as whether Solas returns as the main character, or even becomes the main antagonist, or becomes part of a party like the previous game.
BioWare itself does not provide much further information besides this teaser, considering that they are also still focused on working on the Anthem game, it seems that Dragon Age will certainly not appear in the near future.
Hearing that Koei Tecmo will soon announce their latest game with illustrations of flaming fire, many of you must have guessed that the game is a game series that deals with battles or battles that are so fierce. Your estimate is connotatively not 100% wrong. However, if you hope that this is a new series of the Samurai Warriors franchise or all kinds of other Warriors games, be prepared to be disappointed.
Officially leaked earlier by Famitsu, apparently the mysterious game prepared by Koei Tecmo is a Horse Racing sports game entitled Winning Post 9. Reportedly the game with simulation elements will soon launch in March next year on the PC, PS4, and Switch.
Famitsu has also leaked various details about the latest simulation features that you can enjoy in this game, namely:
The racing atmosphere made is far more dramatic and realistic
There is a kind of Bonding Element for riders with the horse”World Suitability”, a feature that can adjust the characteristics of horses raised in various countries.
Your horse will have rivals with various attractive conditions and mechanisms when competing with certain horses. Rival in the game is not limited to horses, there are also rivals from fellow rider characters
The Winning Post franchise itself is a Koei original horse racing racing game series that has been circulating since 1993. For you horse racing fans and special fans from the Winning Post series, it looks like you are just waiting for a moment to see the appearance of the first trailer to be ready for Koei Tecmo in the near future.
Japan is the best country of the game world. Just name names like Sony, Nintendo, Square Enix, and Konami, all of them from Japan. Not only that, attending the annual Japanese game event, the Tokyo Game Show (TGS) is also one of the dreams of gamers around the world.
For Indonesian game developers, Japan is also one of the attractive markets for the games they make. Therefore, in the 2018 TGS which was held on September 20-23 2018, seven Indonesian game developers with support from the Indonesian Creative Economy Agency (BEKRAF) and the Indonesian Game Association (AGI) participated in exhibiting works under the Archipelageek booth banner.
Archipelageek’s own booth is not the first time this is present at TGS. Earlier in 2017 yesterday, Archipelageek also helped six of Indonesia’s biggest game developers and game events, BEKRAF Game Prime to get exposure from gamers present at TGS. Overall, Indonesia itself has never been absent from TGS since its first participation in 2012.
Archipelageek itself is an initiative of BEKRAF and AGI to help Indonesian developers achieve the three main missions at TGS 2018. First, is to showcase works on the Japanese market. Then second, to get business opportunities from Japanese game industry players. And the last is to establish connections with industry players to foster the development of the Indonesian game industry.
Another game publisher from Indonesia who joined this event is Lentera Nusantara, Agate, Studio Namaapa, and the last one is Melon Gaming.