Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! from WayForward is available now for PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC, and 3DS in North America and Europe. To celebrate, publisher Namco Bandai has released a wonderful launch trailer. Hit the jump to watch.
Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! is an action adventure game with a completely new storyline from Pendleton Ward, the creator of the Emmy Award-nominated Adventure Time television series, in collaboration with game developer WayForward. (more…)
The industry is filled with remakes and remasters that end up becoming a case-by-case treatment to classic titles. These upgrades usually include HD graphics, a jump on the framerate and some extras (gallery, achievements). Sometimes, not even this can be successfully accomplished.
Imagine the kind of work you would expect in your favorite games from childhood, as the seemingly impossible “futuristic” version launched twenty years after their original release. Guess what? Here’s an example of nostalgia that opens its gates for newcomers while still preserving its deadly roots for the NES vets.
In my last article, the top 5 worst sequels, I put Resident Evil 6 at number 7 stating and I quote:
How do you alienate 2 fan bases at once? Simple, by making 3 games with barely passable controls, poor character development and bad story.
This amazed me seeing as earlier in the year 2012, Capcom released not one but two passable Resident Evil games: Revelations and Operations Raccoon City. One was a 3DS hit and the other made people hit their consoles with hammers. I however, did not care for the controls for the 3DS game and was hoping for a console port.
Sega’s next adventure Sonic Lost World is available in-store and digitally via eShop in Europe starting today for Wii U. It will be released in North America on October 29. Watch the launch trailer below. (more…)
So on Friday, I felt very sick by mid day but decided to tough it out for this panel. I sadly missed the Tales of panel but since no release date was announced then I guess it’s OK. go beyond the break for the panel. (more…)
Keiji Inafune and his team are now wrapping up the campaign for Megaman’s little bro, which is about to end in a few hours. The seemingly unending stretch goals have reached a precious spot for Call fans and the money counter surpassed Tim Schafer’s infamous Broken Age.
I wonder what Capcom is going to do about the blue bomber, though…
Nintendo has released two new The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD videos. First video is an introductory video showcasing the new style of the game and some features. Second, is a side-by-side comparison between the original Nintendo Gamecube edition of Wind Waker against it’s Nintendo Wii U, high definition, counterpart.