Just released yesterday, the zombie infested city parkour adventure Dying Light is quite an unique title. The game vaguely feels like a free roam version of Mirror’s Edge with some Dead Rising mixed in. This creates some amazing experiences that can relate to the games quite unbelievable, however accurate, gameplay trailer. There’s nothing quite like running down an alleyway on your way to a mission, then stopping dead when you come to a street full of shambling zombies. What do you do? Take to the roof tops? Climb the nearest bus to avoid their attacks? Or just run head long and dodge your way through the horde? It’s the encouragement of those sorts of instant decisions that make Dying Light so interesting. (more…)Posted in: Microsoft, PC, Sony Tags: Dying Light, PC, PS4, Techland, Warner Bros Interactive, WB Interactive, Xbox One
Straight from the world of Orience comes a brand new trailer for Final Fantasy Type-0 in the style of an in-universe news report. In this clip the announcer gives us the low down on the combat mechanics in this latest entry in the Final Fantasy series. 3 classmates fight alongside one another each of them possessing a special weapon. If one of your comrades dies in battle you are able to swap them out with one of your reserves classmates.
This action RPG looks absolutely fantastic – mixing combat system with a pretty neat elemental magic system this looks like a game that RPG fans will be playing for months. Final Fantasy Type-0 was originally released in 2011 for the PlayStation Portable in Japan. It was announced for the Xbox One and PS4 with upgraded visuals at last year’s E3 and will be available on Western shores on March 17th 2015. (more…)Posted in: Microsoft, Sony Tags: Final Fantasy Type-0, Microsoft, sony, Square Enix, trailer
Last week’s PlayStation Store update packed whole lot of brand new games with everything from brand a new RPG, the return of some classic survival horror and even the chance to travel to hell with a Saint’s Row spin-off. There is something for everyone in the latest PSN update!Posted in: Sony Tags: Capcom, Citizens of Earth, Gat ouf of Hell, HD Remake, New Releases, PSN, Resident Evil, Saint's Row IV, Store Update
Well it was great while it lasted.
After more than six years of delivering fun Nintendo-themed rewards to its members, Club Nintendo is preparing to shut down. Club Nintendo members in the United States and Canada can earn additional Coins through the end of March, and can redeem those Coins through the end of June. So if you have any outstanding surveys to fill out, you should take the opportunity to do so now and not miss out.
Nintendo of America will be announcing a new customer loyalty program at a later date.Posted in: Nintendo Tags: Club Nintendo
Space Lift Dangers Panic! is a quick little arcade game on the Nintendo 3DS eShop that can be played in quick five minute bursts, but the repetitive gameplay also makes the game makes the game hard to play for more than ten minutes at a time.
Let’s face it, playing games on a portable game system comes in two kinds. One is the game that you sit in the dark at home and marathon through while the other is the kind where you whip out your system and play for just a few minutes. Space Lift Danger Panic! is the latter.
The game is really easy to pick up and play, and despite the epic intro text for the game, the game is very basic. It is exactly what the game designers bill it as, the ultimate retro-arcade challenge.Posted In: 3DS, Nintendo Tags: Eshop, Nintendo 3DS, review, Springloaded
Citizens of Earth – Get Citizens of Earth in the Nintendo eShop on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS each for the introductory price of $11.99. Recruit the yoga instructor, the cop, your mom and all the other citizens to join your party and fight your battles. Click here to watch a trailer for the game.
Also New this Week
- Undead Storm Nightmare – Full and Demo Versions (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
It’s time to yet again delve into NIS America’s recent anime release, Ground Control To Psychoelectric Girl! Naturally, there will be spoilers but for those of you interested in taking a deeper look into this series before giving it a go, or some of you who just want to reflect, come in and join us.
What sort of drama will Makoto and Erio find themselves in now? (more…)Posted in: Anime Tags: Anime, Blu-ray, Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko, Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl, NIS America
Wii U established new benchmarks for hardware and software sales in a single month in December. This helped total hardware and software sales in 2014 increase by more than 29 percent and more than 75 percent, respectively, over sales in 2013.
Nintendo 3DS also had a strong December, including its largest month ever for first-party software sales. This was primarily fueled by Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, which has already surpassed 2 million combined physical and digital units sold in a little more than three months, and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, which have combined to sell over 2.6 million physical and digital units in their first six weeks.Posted in: Nintendo Tags: Nintendo, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii U
3D After Burner II – 3D After Burner II is a remastered version of the arcade classic. Pilot your F-14D fighter through enemy territory while blasting away squadrons of enemy fighters. Click here to watch a trailer for the game.
Also New this Week
- Asterix The Mansions of the Gods – Demo Version (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
- Best of Mahjong (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
- Soccer Up Online (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
- Space Lift Danger Panic! (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
- Quell Memento (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS) – Available Jan. 16
- WRC Official Game of the FIA World Rally Championship – Full and Demo Versions (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
Can you believe that the Mario Party series is about to celebrate its tenth instalment? Mario and friends just keep finding reasons to throw elaborate board game themed parties and this time the excitement is coming to the Nintendo WiiU. During this morning’s Nintendo Direct we learned several new details about the game as well as its North American release date – March 20th 2015.
Mario Party 10 will include over 70 different mini-games, support for a brand new line of amiibo figures based off of classic Super Mario characters, new game boards based on your favourite characters will be available in MP10 and an all new mode called “Bowser Party”. Personally I think Bowser Party sounds the most interesting as it allows one player to play against everyone else using the WiiU game pad. Sure Mario’s nemesis has long annoyed us as an NPC on the game board in previous Mario Party titles but now you can ruin friendships by stealing their power stars!
Check out the trailer from today’s Nintendo Direct after the jump. (more…)Posted in: News, Nintendo