Peggle 2, the sequel to the award winning Peggle, will finally be making its way to the PS4, PopCap have announced. The game will be released on the PS4 on October 14th.
Along with the announcement, Popcap teased a mock PS4 cover, which can be seen below:
This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Peggle 2 Coming to PlayStation 4 - News
QUOTE | “It's kind of a passive attitude they're taking, and to me it's kind of a pathetic thing.” - Legendary Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto explaining why Nintendo isn't going to try to make games specifically for a casual audience like they used to on the Wii.
Kazutomi Yamamoto also joins cast as Yamamoto-kun for October TV anime
Unico, Pet Shop of Horrors, Barefoot Gen 2 director was 76
New episode being released on December 10 is alternate Adachi ending
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It's not Wario, it's Bad Plumber. It's not Waluigi, it's Bad Plumber's Mate, as Ben Lee has found. Poor Waluigi. He's not even "Bad Plumber # 2."
Stream for 2-hour "mysterious episode" available in U.S., Canada, S. Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America
Episodes about sniper Kasha, white crocodile mystery to premiere in October
Anime to include unaired scene with Eren, Jean in November
Gaming website The Verge held a question and answer session with Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida on the company's Project Morpheus virtual...
Comic-Con International organizers stated they are weighing their options about continuing to hold the event at the San Diego Convention Center now that...
The October issue of Shueisha's Ribon magazine is announcing on Wednesday that Moe Yukimaru's shōjo manga Hiyokoi is slated to end in the December issue...
The October issue of Kadokawa's Young Ace magazine is announcing on Thursday that the television anime of Puyo's The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan...
The September schedule for Cartoon Network has been announced, revealing new episode titles and the respective air dates for Pokémon the Series: XY.
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Final episode about Fire Starter terrorist to open on September 6
According to Nintendo, the port of Xenoblade Chronicles will only work on the New Nintendo 3DS due to its enhanced and much faster CPU. Those who have the regular 3DS will have no choice but to upgrade if they wish to play Xenoblade Chronicles and other new games Nintendo will announce soon.
Xenoblade Chronicles for the new 3DS will launch next year.
You might remember that Team Meat, two-man studio behind uber-tough platformer Super Meat Boy, was working on a mad science cat breeding sim, Mew-Genics . Moral of the story? Cats are gross, but awwww kitty! Now, though, it's on hold in favor of a new Meat Boy game—for phones (and Steam).
Nintendo announced that they will release two new Nintendo 3DS models in Japan this October.
One of the new models’ main feature is a new C-stick located on the right-hand side, replicating the features of the Slidepad add-on for free camera movement. Upcoming games that will make use of the C-stick include Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Final Fantasy Explorers, Dragon Quest X Online, and Super Smash Bros.
In addition, there will be a new ZR and ZL buttons, as well as a 3D shake prevention function and NFC functionality compatibility. The system itself has a faster CPU, in which the newly announced Xenoblade Chronicles will take advantage.
The new standard Nintendo 3DS model will be available in metallic blue and metallic black variations. It will feature a 3.88 inch screen on top and a 3.33 inch screen on the bottom. It will cost 16,000 yen.
For the new Nintendo 3DS XL, it will be available in metallic blue and metallic black colors as well. It will feature a 4.88 inch screen on top and 4.18 inch screen on the bottom. It will cost 18,800 yen.
Nintendo fans can look forward to the new Nintendo 3DS this October 11 in Japan. No word yet as to when it will release in North America but they can expect it most likely by end of the year or by March of 2015.
Fans of the first Bayonetta can look forward to the sequel this October 24 in North America and sometime in October in Europe. According to Nintendo, the anticipated sequel features over-the-top battles, wild weapons, exotic locations, and a new story that takes Bayonetta on a journey to inferno to save her friend’s soul.
For Wii U owners who never played the original, it will be included in the package.