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 505 Games has announced its sandbox adventure game, Terraria, will be making the jump to current-gen consoles this month that will feature “an enormous” amount of content, over 1,000 new items, and new features.Terraria for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will feature over 1,300 crafting recipes, 150 enemies to battle and 15 bosses to challenge as FIFA Coins    players craft armor, weapons, and other items from resources they uncover through digging.The PS4 version of Terraria will support cross-play

               allowing players to either team up or battle against PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita players. In addition, those who purchase the PS4 version will be given a PS Vita copy as well, although this promotion will only last a limited time from the game’s current-gen launch.Terraria will be available on the PlayStation 4 next week on November 11, while the Xbox One version will see a worldwide release on November 14. Visit Chatty to Join The Conversation.Code Name S.T.E.A.M. represents a rarity from Nintendo FIFA 18 Coins  circles: a brand-new first-party IP, which is a good part of the reason why it was shrouded in secrecy at this year's E3. Now Nintendo is looking to share a little more about the upcoming 3DS strategy title from the creators of Advance Wars and Fire Emblem, including an official release window.The trailer below shows off the comic book art

                style that S.T.E.A.M. will employ. It also shows off the steam-based abilities and how they can be used against the invading alien menace. Of course, it's also important to remember that steam will be http://www.u2fifa.com/  a limited resource. It also introduces some of the cast of characters that will utilize steam to their advantage. And yes, that includes President Abraham Lincoln.To check out Code Name S.T.E.A.M. in action, watch the new video below. The game is set to hit Nintendo 3DS in Spring 2015. 

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