Archive: June, 2013
There is a ton going on this week with another slew of Virtual Console titles both on the 3DS. Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Sonic Labrynth and Spelunker, which has already been released on both the Wii and Wii U Virtual console.
Also recent release Project X Zone sees its second demo, this time the Ghost demo which will be released on July 2nd. Take a look at the full rundown of releases below.Posted in: Nintendo Tags: 3ds, Eshop, Nintendo, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii U, Virtual Console, Wii U
I’ve had quite a bit of time now with State of Decay and it’s quite different from the demo once you get into the main bulk of the game. The intro can be compared almost do Dead Rising with scavenging while the main game itself is a bit more complex.
For one, the most important rule here is that once a character dies, they’re gone forever. So you might not want to get too attached to your survivors. Fortunately, if you do lose everyone, a seemingly random survivor is generated for you to take over. You may be tempted to restart the game over, but it’s actually probably best to push on and accept this as more of a story element. (more…)Posted in: Microsoft Tags: Microsoft Studios, State Of Decay, Undead Labs
Today is the day! The final piece of Season Pass DLC for Borderlands 2 has hit the marketplace just waiting for you to download it. If you’re feeling conflicted on whether or not to buy this (if you don’t already have the Season Pass), you can check out this developer diary and see what they have to say about it.
Personally I’m stoked about it because as I’ve stated many times before, it combines two of my favorite things gaming related: Borderlands & Fantasy.
To celebrate the releases of “Tiny Tina’s Assault On Dragon Keep”, Gearbox has released a launch trailer:Posted in: Microsoft, News, Sony Tags: 2k games, Borderlands 2, Gearbox Software, Tiny Tina, Tiny Tina's Assault On Dragon Keep
The fighting game community (FGC) has grown from holding local events to smaller venues to occupying ballrooms at four-star establishments with talent from all across the globe attending. Major sponsors such as Capcom, Namco Bandai, and others are responsible for the development of some of the world’s most famous franchises in gaming, and are showcased at a central tournament featuring the top fighting talent from across the world. With major prize pools, fighting games are now reaching a platform that can be compared to traditional eSports.
Each week, I’ll be posting interviews I’ve had the pleasure of conducting with members of the fighting game community. The interviews will touch upon their history in the FGC, where they got their start, and what they’d like to see from video games in general.
This weeks guest is Kim Le, better known to some as Keemmay (yes she is a girl and play fighting games, they do exist!). (more…)Posted in: Site News Tags: SD:TWC
Ellen Page, the actress probably best known for roles as Kitty Pride/Shadow Cat in the X-Men franchise and the titular character in Juno is unhappy about her likeness possibly being used for Ellie from Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us. Recently a question about her likeness being used for the initial design of Ellie was brought up during a Reddit AMA (“Ask Me Anything”) (more…)Posted in: Sony Tags: Ellen Page, naughty dog, PS3, Sony Computer Entertainment, the last of us
Respawn Entertainment, you know…the group of people that left Infinity Ward and Call Of Duty to pursue their own visions, have released a developer diary today of the game Titanfall. This, in many gamers eyes, is one of the big exclusives that Microsoft has up its’ sleeve.
Set in a distant frontier torn apart by war, Titanfall gives players the freedom to switch between fighting as elite assault Pilots or agile, heavily armored, 24-foot tall Titans. The advanced warfare of tomorrow gives you the freedom to fight your way as both elite assault Pilot and agile, heavily armored Titan. Online gameplay is core to the Titanfall experience, as fast-paced multiplayer action is combined with heroic moments from traditional campaign mode.
In this developer diary Drew McCoy, among other developers, want to show gamers what makes their game different from other shooters out there – and not just the shiny graphics. (more…)Posted in: Microsoft, News Tags: Respawn Entertainment, Titanfall, Xbox One
I’m anticipating Assault On Dragon Keep to be the best of the four DLC’s for quite a few reasons. The most important one is because it’s in Tiny Tina’s ever imaginative head. Yeah, imagine living inside that kids head… Another reason is because this download is the Borderlands version of Dungeons & Dragons, complete with dragons, wizards, golems, and more. Everything you could ever want!
To hear what the developers have to say about Assault On Dragon Keep, keep reading after the jump.Posted in: Microsoft, News, Site News, Sony Tags: 2k games, Assault On Dragon Keep, Borderlands 2, Borderlands 2 Dev Diary, Gearbox Software
Nintendo is taking the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS coast-to-coast across Canada on a cross country tour this summer. The company will have a large number of new games on display and playable to those in attendance, including New Super Mario Bros. U, LEGO City: Undercover, Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon and the new Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D.
Plus, fans will get the chance to try all of the new titles being released this summer, including Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Mario and Luigi: Dream Team, Game & Wario, and Pikmin 3. (more…)Posted in: Nintendo Tags: Canada, Nintendo
There is a ton going on this week with another slew of Virtual Console titles both on the Wii U and on the 3DS. Mario Bros., Wrecking Crew, Tails Adventure and Mega Man 6 are just a few of the title being released.
Add in the digital release of New Super Luigi U as well as Game & Wario and you have a lot to look at this week. A couple of sales in the mix and the anticipated release of Level 5′s BUGS vs. TANKS should be one to check out! Take a look at the full list of games below!Posted in: Nintendo Tags: Eshop, Nintendo, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DSi, Nintendo Wii U, Virtual Console
Paramount Digital Entertainment has released a small mobile game for smartphones and tablets to go along with feature film World War Z, which hits theatres tomorrow. The game is designed for iOS and Android devices as well as the Amazon Kindle Fire.
The game drops you into the middle of the World War Z chaos!
Featuring 28 levels, intense combat, engaging puzzles, upgradable weapons and armor, and unlimited challenge mode. The World War Z game challenges you: play to survive. (more…)Posted in: Mobile Tags: Android, IOS, Kindle Fire, paramount