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Legend of Zelda WiiU Delayed Until 2016

You may want to be sitting down for this news because it is pretty hefty… Nintendo has announced that The Legend of Zelda for Wii U has been delayed until an unspecified date in 2016. They’ve also stated that the game will not be making an appearance during the company’s E3 Press Conference this June.

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Game Suspension Comes To PS4 In Latest Firmware

Sony has released a substantial update to the PlayStation 4’s firmware that adds a number of exciting options to Sony’s latest home console. Headlining the “Yukimura” update are a whole suite of accessibility options, the long awaiting ability to suspend games when entering rest mode and 60 FPS Remote Play on PS Vita!

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Nintendo Europe and GAME Launch Charizard Promotion

The Pokemon Company announced today that they will be running a promotion with UK retailer GAME to give owners of Pokemon X & Y, Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire the chance to snag a shiny Charizard along with a collector’s edition TCG card case.

Both of these items will be available free of charge from April 3rd until an unspecified date. 

If you’ve gotta catch em all then this might be the perfect promotion for you!

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JackBox’s Quiplash Aims To Be The Life of The Party

The folks over at Jackbox Games – the developers of the absolutely hilarious You Don’t Know Jack series – are Kickstarting a brand new game called Quiplash.

The premise is pretty simple, a prompt appears on your television and two players (… or ten house cats if you’re lonely like me) answer within the time limit. Responses are then displayed on the TV and other people waiting to play locally (or viewers watching your Twitch stream) can answer on their own mobile devices. The player who gets the most votes is declared the winner of the round!

Jackbox Games has a rather ambitious schedule ahead of them as they are looking to ship the game on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PS3 and PC by the end of this summer. They are seeking $15,000 in funding so that they can put some extra resources into the game and it out to the public super quick. As of the writing of this article they are more than halfway there – with over $8,000 in pledges! Read more »

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Final Fantasy XIV: Heavansward Available For Pre-Order

Square Enix has announced that pre-orders for the Heavansward expansion for Final Fantasy XIV are now available in North America. The first expansion for the A Realm Reborn is due out through digital retailers and brick & mortar stores on June 23rd 2015. With the release of Heavensward OSX owners will finally be able to join other adventurers in Eorzea.

Heavansward explores the thousand year old conflict between the Ishguardians and the Dravian Dragons during the Dragonsong War. This expansion brings everything you would expect from a major MMO – new races, three new jobs,  new dungeons, new primal fights and probably my favourite addition of all – FLYING MOUNTS!

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward will be available on Windows PC, Mac OSX, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.The standard edition will cost $59.99 USD with the collector’s edition setting you back $129.99! Read more »

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Life Is Strange Episode 2 ‘Out of Time’ Rewinds Time on March 24th

The second episode of Dontnod’s excellent indie themed time traveling episodic adventure Life Is Strange: Episode 2 “Out of Time” will be released on Steam, Xbox Marketplace and the PlayStation Store next Tuesday March 24th.

Alongside a brand new batch of Episode 2 screenshots Square Enix also released a brief gameplay clip from Out of Time over the weekend. We’ve also included the previous developer diary ‘Creating Academy Bay’ which focuses on the game’s absolutely fantastic soundtrack.

I purchased Episode 1 Chrysalis  when it was released this past January and absolutely loved it. We’ll be posting some impressions of Life Is Strange Episode 2 next Wednesday morning!

Each episode is priced approximately around $5 CDN per episode and a season’s pass for PS4 is available for $16.99 CDN as of press time.

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March 12th Nintendo Download

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Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. – Command a strike team of unexpected heroes – assembled by Abraham Lincoln himself – to defend Earth against an alien invasion. Harness the power of steam to scout, surprise and annihilate enemies in this star-spangled blend of turn-based strategy and action game play. Only you can outwit and outgun this otherworldly threat.Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. will be available on March 13. Click here to view a trailer for the game.

3D Out Run3D Out Run is the much-loved 1986 driving game designed by Yu Suzuki, remastered and enhanced for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Click here to view a trailer for the game.

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Zombie Incident | Review

I know that sometimes the term “old school” is thrown around a lot. Talk of any game that looks, plays and feels like it could have been released back in the days of the Nintendo Entertainment System brings that saying to the front.

Zombie Incident is another game that has that look and feel.

Here’s a brief synopsis of the game: Hamartia, the great citadel, became the symbol of human sin. After centuries of excesses its penance was going to come. In the darkness of the night, chaos invaded everything. Beasts started to scream. Nothing was like before! No one sane would go to that place. Join our heroine to explore the citadel, find the eight golden stars, and run away from there!

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Uncharted 4 Delayed Until 2016

Bruce Straley and Neil Druckman the pair of directors behind the upcoming Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End has announced via the PlayStatiom Blog that Nathan Drake’s latest adventure is being delayed. A Thief’s End is now slated to ship sometime in the Spring of 2016 rather than later this Fall. Read more »

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Dying Light Gets Hard Mode

Techland has announced that the hard mode patch for their open world zombie survival horror title Dying Light is now available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation in North and South America. The rest of the world will be receiving the patch tomorrow – March 11th.

The new difficulty level isn’t the only additions in this latest patch, the developers have also added dozens of new weapons including the Bone Splitter and Rune Hammer.  There are also several new outfits for you to find in the game world, who wouldn’t need a new pair of pants after surving a zombie apocalypse?

This update is provided to all players for free! Techland released a small set of patch notes as well as a video rundown giving us a visual guide to the latest additions. Check them out after the jump. Read more »

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