If a picture’s worth 1,000 words, what’s a composite picture made up of three pictures worth? While the math would suggest 3,000 words, we’re not going to write that much. However, a picture posted on Dimmu Borgir guitarist Shagrath’s Facebook page confirms that the band are at work on a new album. ‘”By the desire [...]
Usually, when you think that it might be cool if you could buy all your friends a copy of the game you're playing—so you can play together—it's just an idle fantasy. kaiaminalcrossing actually did it with Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and they threw the most charming party for the presents, too.
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Konami announced today that Castlevania Lords of Shadow: Mirror Fate, previously a 3DS exclusive, will be coming to consoles as a digital title this October. Castlevania fans who missed out playing Mirror of Fate when it was released on the Nintendo 3DS several months ago will now have an opportunity to play it on big screen this October 31st. The game is a HD remake where fans can expect the visuals to be ten times better. Unfortunately, Konami didn’t release any screenshots yet. Check back with us later this week for the screenshots of Mirror of Fate HD. Are you wondering if the game is any good on the Nintendo 3DS? Here’s our review.
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Good news, everyone! The Xbox One is not going to be region-locked.
Microsoft has told Eurogamer that, "When the console launches this November, we will support Xbox One in 13 markets."
"Xbox One may be used in all countries, including the non-launched markets. In addition, Xbox One games are not region locked. Any Xbox One game purchased at retail can be used in any country on any Xbox One."
While the games will be region-free, some content will not be universally available, such as films and music, due to the rights of content holders. Still, this is great news for all those wanting to buy an Xbox One.This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Xbox One Will Not be Region-Locked - News
Being booted from Black Sabbath hasn’t kept Bill Ward sitting still. The original drummer for the band has announced that a solo album, Accountable Beasts, is in mixing stages, according to a recent interview with Joel Gausten.com. The former Sabbath drummer, who Ozzy told The New York Daily News is too out of shape to sit [...]
Just as Power A did with Skylanders, gaming peripheral makers PDP have teamed with Disney to give Infinity gamers a place to put their toys when they aren't using them. Here's a quick look at what storage PDP has in stores.
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Producer Dave Cox has revealed that Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 will focus more on exploration than its predecessor. Specifically, there will be multiple paths to explore, optional boss fights and so much content that most players will only see 50-60% of the game during their first playthrough.
"We never wanted to do a game like Symphony of the Night" says Cox. He goes on to say:
"The problem of Symphony of the Night is a classic and it’s a game that doesn’t really have any real competitor, if you like. Even the games after it, I don’t think it’s as good as it. We never set out to make Metroidvania or Symphony of the Night style game. We set out to make a hack and slash game. The exploration aspect, is something that our fans told us ‘hey, we need more exploration this time around.’ That’s why we decided to start again our engine, to scrap it."
"Rather than putting our our sequel one year later, we said let’s fix the things that we did wrong and let’s improve the things that we did well. That’s why this has taken so long to come out because we are working on it and we were working on and we wanted to make something that is really going to satisfy fans. Doing a knock-off sequel is not something we ‘d really ever consider. We wanted to do new things, new exciting things. This game is really different from Lords of Shadow 1. Although there are many things in common with that particular game, there is a lot of new stuff in there that people haven’t seen before in a Castlevania game. Certainly, you need need to keep an open mind with it."This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Lords of Shadow 2 Will Have a Greater Focus on Exploration - News
If this was a video game I'd play this game in a second, I’ll tell you what.
You will be able to choose your race in Dragon Age: Inquisition.
This decision goes back on Bioware's earlier comments that the third game in the series would follow a human protagonist. Now, it seems, you'll be able to choose whether your hero is a human, an elf or a dwarf. It doesn't seem that quanari will be playable, though.
According to the design team, the decision came about because they were able to push the game's release date back, allowing them to spend more time including all the different races.
The game is set to release in Q3 2014.This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Racial Choices Return for Dragon Age: Inquisition - News
The greatest heroes of the Dragon Age universe assemble for Heroes of Dragon Age, a free-to-play mobile game that doesn't look like it would appeal to fans of those heroes very much at all.
As the much awaited The Bureau: XCOM Declassified releases tomorrow, 2K Games released today its final trailer where they titled it, “Survive, Adapt, Win”. If up to this point you’re still wondering what The Bureau will be all about, the trailer will show what to expect. Since this is an XCOM title, expect the story to focus on aliens. As far as how gameplay goes, The Bureau will have its strategy-RPG feel to it. We are at war, and not the one we were expecting. Our combined military forces have been routed. The comms have gone dark. The red phone will not be ringing. We now face an opponent from beyond our world, and they have technology decades beyond what we possess – we must make it our own. Their weapons will become our weapons, and when they do, we shall annihilate them. You now have new orders – survive, adapt, win. The Bureau: XCOM Declassified will be available starting tomorrow, August 20th, for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. We’ll have our review of the game later this week, so stay tuned! For now, check out the trailer:
Indie Kickstarter JRPG Project Phoenix has raised over $500,000 in its first week.
The game is being made by a dream team of developers, who have had experience with titles like Final Fantasy, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Diablo III, as well as films like The Wolverine and The Lord of the Rings. And that's just to name a few.
Project Phoenix's Kickstarter video questions whether JRPGs have really advanced all that much and promises to go back to the basics of what a game in the genre should be. They aimed to raise $100,000 on Kickstarter but, within their first week, got over five times that amount... and they've still got 22 days to go.
This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Project Phoenix Raises Over $500,00 on Kickstarter - News
Payday 2 debuted in a huge way by stealing its way to the top of the UK video game charts. Payday 2 knocked off Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition which held the top spot for the past three weeks. Grand Theft Auto IV managed to squeeze into the top 10 spot this week. I’m guessing many people are preparing themselves for next month’s huge release for Grand Theft Auto V. It will be tough for Payday 2 to retain the top spot next week with Splinter Cell Blacklist and Saints Row IV debuting. Check out the rest of the Top 10 UK video games below: 1 – Payday 2 2 – Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition 3 – Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 4 – FIFA 13 5 – Animal Crossing: New Leaf 6 – The Last of Us 7 – The Smurfs 2, 8 – LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes 9 – Tomb Raider 10 – Grand Theft Auto 4
"Draw My Life" videos have become increasingly popular on YouTube. So popular that fictional characters are picking up dry erase markers to summarize their lives for you.
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Possibly. At Japan's Pokémon Game Show, The Pokémon Company announced a new animated show called Pocket Monsters: The Origin, starring the original game's protagonists, Red and Green (Blue to us Western fans).
However, during the presentation, a video reel celebrating the franchise was shown - a reel that ended with a scene of Blaziken and Lucario about to duke it out that, graphically, looks better than any 3D we've ever seen before.
This, noticeably, doesn't seem to be from any Pokémon game we've seen yet. Does that mean that a new 3D title is in the works? The Pokémon Company has not made any official announcement about it yet, but hopefully they'll comment on it soon.This is an excerpt from the full story which was originally featured on gamrReview, read the full version here - Is a New 3D Pokemon Game in the Works? - News