Stories with Frosch, Juvia, Gray, Erza, Natsu, & Lucy in March, April
In recent years, there have been multiple reports of people that had their Xbox Live accounts or consoles banned for playing a game prior to their release date. This sometimes comes from people using a hacked system and a leak online, but very often comes from people that legitimately got an early copy from a store, usually a mom and pop type outfit. The good news is that Respawn Entertainment has revealed that those who play Titanfall early will not be getting banned, as long as it’s a real copy. Vince Zampella, co-founder of Respawn, took to Twitter last night to tell us: About playing early: We won’t stop or ban legit copies. “It is prelaunch, so there may be interruptions in service as we prep servers. This is great news for those that may happen to acquire it this weekend prior to the launch on Tuesday, March 11. You can now play it without any worries!
PQube and Milestone has announced that they are as expected developing a brand new videogame based on the MotoGP World Championship, MotoGP 14. Italian developers Milestone have been hard at work redesignign the game engine for this years installment and the first next generation MotoGP title. Alongside the new engine the team has been managed to add a new audio engine, real-time lighting effects and enhanced graphical details previously unseen in two-wheeled racing games. Andrea Basilio, Game Director at Milestone, revealed that the team sees MotoGP 14 as a huge step forward for the series. Basilio went onto comment that “With MotoGP 13 we established the core gameplay elements and the game physics together with the players’ needs. This new chapter introduces many new features which will be unveiled during the upcoming months and which we are sure will satisfy the more discerning fans.” MotoGP 14 will be available this June on Xbox 360, Windows PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4.
Xbox One Twitch Streaming Shown Off By Major Nelson - Supposed to be the best Twitch streaming experience
While the Xbox One just received its new March update this week, the update that many are waiting on for the console is for the Twitch app next week. This update will add a feature that has been available since day one on the PlayStation 4, live Twitch streaming from your console. As a result, Microsoft’s Major Nelson has given us a walkthrough of the updated app and how exactly we can expect to use it. The walkthrough by Major Nelson shows off live streaming of Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare directly with explanation about how it works. The process seems relatively simple and since they say it’s the best Twitch streaming app out there, I’m more than intrigued to see it next week. Check out the walkthrough for yourself below:
You think you're too cool for South By Southwest, the annual tech and music conference that takes over Austin, Texas for two weeks? Then I have four words for you: Real Life Mario Kart. Nothing could possibly be better than that.
Take A Look At The Contents Of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD for Vita - Voucher code to redeem Final Fantasy X-2 HD included
As we are nearing the release of the much awaited HD remaster of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, many are wondering just what contents a player will find in the Vita version of the game. Players who are looking forward to picking up Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster on the Vita will be pleased that both games will be included. However, there will be only one Game Card, which will be for Final Fantasy X. To get its sequel, you must redeem the “single-use” voucher included in the game. In addition to the voucher code, a set of art cards of the game will be included. Below is the picture of what you can expect when you pick up your copy this March 18th. Check back with us soon for our review of the game.
An Oculus VR game about therapeutic shark-punching: Well, I guess the shark punching is only therape
An Oculus VR game about therapeutic shark-punching: Well, I guess the shark punching is only therapeutic if you need it to be. Here's a goofy trailer for Shark Punch, a collaboration between Chaotic Moon and game studio Team Chaos. It's currently only playable at South by Southwest, but maybe one day, we'll all get to punch sharks.
Troy Baker is easily becoming one of the most in-demand voice actors on the market, with his recent stand-out roles as Joel in The Last of Us and Joker in Batman: Arkham Origins. Now, he is discussing the future of both of those franchises and his potential role in them. Of course [I'd come back]. What I love again is they’re not going to tell a story if they don’t have one to tell. The Last of Us is not a money grab. Left Behind, that DLC, is something that was very very specific and served a purpose. I loved it, I thought it was two of the best hours of gameplay that I’ve had in a long time. If there’s a role for me in something in the future to do with The Last of Us, absolutely I would do it, twice on Sunday. Baker also voiced Two-Face in the Batman: Arkham series in the past, so it would seem likely that he’d return to the role in the recently announced Batman: Arkham Knight considering Two-Face plays a part in the game. When asked, Baker said “Two-Face is back and Arkham Knight is coming out,” so it seems pretty likely that he will be reprising the role.
Heart&Slash is about a robot finding its place in a harsh world. With swords. And guns. And fists. And interchangeable heads. There's also love to be found.
Video games can be great place to escape the drudgery of the real world. No need to think about tax rates, paying utility bills or contractor rates when you're in a Halo multiplayer match. But the dirtiest competition in the real world—jockeying for elected office—might be landing up on an Xbox near you, if Microsoft can get political ads running on their platforms.
You capture a Pokémon, add it to your Pokédex, and never once think of the family the poor creature left behind. Maybe now you'll think, you heartless bastards. Maybe now you'll think.
IKEA Singapore recently posted a bedroom makeover video featuring a cosplayer named Frank, whose hobby was starting to clutter his space. Check out his...
The PlayStation 4 Camera sold very well at release due to the ability to be used for the Playroom feature on the console through Twitch streaming. As a result, supplies dwindled very quickly and have been about impossible to find ever since. Now, Gamestop has gotten a new batch of stock that is for sale on their website, as well as some reports in store, but with a $10 price increase. When the PlayStation 4 Camera was first released, it was available for $59.99, the same price as any new game. However, with the new batch in at Gamestop, the price has been increased to $69.99. For those that want to buy one, this likely won’t deter you as you can actually order one right now on the website, but it will be interesting what other retailers will do when they get more stock.
Video games let us do all sorts of things we don't normally do in our everyday lives. A lot of those things revolve around the (un?)holy trinity of guns, cars and drugs.
Our goal in Bridge Constructor is to build a bridge, and then pass through it. But as usual, it wouldn't be all that fun if it were that simple. Vinny on YouTube thankfully knows exactly how to do it in a classy way.
4 Attack on Titan volumes, Deadman Wonderland, Naruto, Nisekoi, Kamisama Kiss, Blood Lad, Black Butler
Ghost Ship Octavius, the new group featuring ex-God Forbid guitarist Matt Wicklund and ex-Nevermore drummer Van Williams, is set to begin work on their debut full-length with Grammy award winning producer Neil Kernon in Seattle. However, while they decided to go the DIY route, they need help funding the recording and manufacturing of said album. […]
One would think a series with its roots firmly planted in the seminal transhumanist science fiction of the 20th century would be a bit more respectful of the whole book-reading thing. Alas.
A Link Between Worlds Poster Set Is Back In Stock On Club Nintendo - Get a set before they are gone!
Club Nintendo is the perks program offered by Nintendo, where you can register your game and take surveys for coins that can be redeemed for rotating digital games as well as physical prizes. Compared to the Japanese version, the American Club Nintendo offerings have been quite lackluster over time, but they have restocked one of their better options. The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds poster set is now back in stock for 500 coins. They have been around for a few days and I just got my order in for a set, so there is a chance these might not last much longer. Last time they were gone within a few days, so get your orders in as soon as possible if you are interested!
Soundgarden and Nine Inch Nails are two of the most iconic acts of the ’90s, and while the two missed playing Lollapalooza by a year during that decade, it looks like the two acts might be headed out together on tour this Summer. Theprp found a listing, since pulled, for an August show featuring the […]