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Mode7′s sports based strategy game gets and update and a rebranding. An update has been released today for Mode7′s forthcoming turn-based strategy game, Frozen Endzone. Arguably the biggest change is that the game has been rebranded as ‘Frozen Cortex’. The reasons were, according to the developers: - “1.) The original name was a bit rubbish and we got bored of it 2.
I’m sure I’m not the only person out there more than a little disappointed that Shinji Hashimoto announced this week that Square Enix will not be making any FFXV announcements. Awesome battle scenes are promised in the latest of the Final Fantasy Franchise. Nine years in the making and a year since its original release announcement, and yet no release date, why? Is it that the g ...
An Ad posted on the Eurogamer site is said to reveal the true release date of TLOU:Remastered. The ad has now in fact been removed. Now normally you will get people screaming it’s fake!! But considering the release date has been shrouded in mystery, could this in fact be a marketing cock up, releasing prime info before it’s announced during SONY’s E3 conference.
Landing February 3rd on consoles and the PC, the next Battlefield Hardline Beta will take players to the mean streets. “There’s nothing more valuable to our team than the relationship we have with our community. Their passion feeds our passion and their feedback has definitely helped make Hardline a better game,” said Steve Papoutsis, General Manager of Visceral Games and Exe ...
According to Resident Evil Revelations 2′s producer, the next game in the main RE series is going to be pretty awesome. Not that he’s seen it, or knows anything about it that is. The original Resident Evil, as it appeared on the PSOne So maybe take this one with a grain of salt then? Even if it’s second hand, from someone who barely knows anything about the project though, ...
Here’s a blast from the past. Mezco Toyz is reviving Gigantor, the massive robotic crime-fighter, for a whole new generation of fans. Debuting in the US in the ’60s, Gigantor is a giant (hence the name) robot, built as a weapon of war, who was reprogramed to keep the peace and fight crime on a global scale.
March is Women’s History Month, and Marvel Comics is celebrating the women of Marvel with a set of covers featuring artwork by the some of the hottest female pencilers in the biz. Not necessarily featuring female heroes and villains, the covers of March for the books listed below will feature the art by the Women of Marvel.
According to the man himself, Masahiro Sakurai, he might be. Originally featured in Famitsu, a Japanese gaming giant of a magazine, Sakurai was answering fan mail about the latest games in the Super Smash Bros series on the Wii U and 3DS when he said something particularly telling about the future of not only the popular Nintendo franchise, but also his career.
No, this bundle that’s just gone up for sale on GOG.com doesn’t include a hard to see handheld from 1985, but it does include a bunch of neat games and movies- hence the ‘game’ and ‘watch’ title. Like the graphic says, 10 movies and 5 games make up this bundle from GOG and Devolver Digital. And what a bundle it is as there’s some good stuff to be had here, in both the game a ...
Fresh from the DC Comics book that features a cute ‘Lil’ version of dark and gritty Gotham City, Kotobukiya has a series of figures set for retail. As you can see, the figures are cast in solid colors (6 variations in total), and they’ll also be sold in blind-bags with two figures to a bag. The idea here is that you can mix and match and trade them with friends till you amass a full set.
Cutting staff and focusing on an all-digital, PC and mobile only future, Sega is cutting staff in huge numbers. And that’s not all as they intend to also focus on merchandising and… Sonic the Hedgehog. Now, before we get into this, I’m going to warn you- it’s going to sound somewhat insane. Not the PC part, that’s as good an idea as it’s always been for the company.
Last week we reviewed the ultimate gaming joystick for the hardcore sim gamer, the Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog. Now the question is, what are the best sim games to play once you’ve shelled out for any joystick? In the final day of our five day special we take a look at the DCS World DLC – A-10C Warthog.
RPG Clickeris a unique roleplaying game for the mobile platform developed by Epic Pixel. It was released on November 7 2014. Epic Pixel is an independent gaming studio that was started by brothers Nick and Chris Sha. It was during the time of the recession five years ago, that the Sha brothers had voluntarily their jobs to start Epic Pixel.
Two more classic MK fighters are making their way to NetherRealm’s upcoming Mortal Kombat X. Ew. There’s a lot about MKX that’s somewhat changing the landscape for the series, like an even darker tone, even bloodier and more gruesome moves and fatalities, and some brand new fighters. With all that though, it’s nice to know that quite a few of the classic MK Kombatants are ma ...
The FPS adventures of Samus Aran come to the Wii U in the latest Wii title to get a digital port. Basically all the games in the trilogy of Metroid Prime titles are worth your time. Developed by Retro Studios, the games mash up Metroid with first-person shooter/puzzler gameplay and are highlights of the Metroid franchise.
Toy-maker NECA’s series of Classic Video Game Appearances for some of their movie-licensed action figures just keeps on growing. In this case, we’re talking about the spectacular-looking Dog Alien from Alien 3. First, if you’re not familiar with this line, get up to speed as fast as you can because it’s one of the coolest series’ that NECA produces.
PlayStation Plus members have quite a few games to look forward to in February. Every month, PlayStation Plus members receive free games for the consoles they play on. A great reward for Plus members and every month feels a little like Christmas. Now on to the free games! PlayStation4 owners can look forward to the critically acclaimed strategy/action RPG Transistor develope ...
A few more LEGO games are headed to consoles and mobile platforms in 2015, including some of the biggest movie characters of the upcoming year. “The LEGO videogame franchise remains a cornerstone of our business, consistently delivering fun, engaging gameplay and remarkable humour both kids and adults love,” said David Haddad, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Warner Bros.