"Rumors have swirled that the Nintendo NX is coming, possibly during the summer of 2016 next year. The rumors have circulated from a supply chain rumor about Foxconn handling production orders for Nintendo’s NX and Pegatron trying to squiggle into the deal like a thick, slippery hot dog between thin buns."
The first “wave” of Amiibos was released in November of 2014, and many of the figures were never seen on store shelves again. Finding a highly desired Amiibo in store or even successfully pre-ordering one online is so improbable that it’s become little more than a joke to fans and collectors. Figures such as Jigglypuff, Ike, Little Mac and Lucina have been dubbed “Unicorns” by Amiibo fans, poking fun at the idea that you are more likely to see an actual Unicorn than find one of the rare figures.
While the intensity and action is accurately portrayed from the anime, Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains has some fatal flaws that prevent fans of the show like myself from enjoying it fully. The single-player missions are challenging and short with a ten hour campaign mode. Multiplayer is available and reserved for those who are patient with and good enough at the single player missions.
LEGO Jurassic World is here and is teeming with big, friendly, flying, battling and even goofy dinosaurs! In this family-friendly game, you’ll play through each of the four epic Jurassic Park storylines in classic LEGO tongue and cheek style. With over 20 different kinds of playable dinosaurs, 120 unlockable characters, and over 20 vehicles you will have plenty to do and see in this mammoth game.
Come find out why this is the best LEGO game yet.
"Nintendo officially announced Metroid Prime: Federation Force during their Nintendo E3 Direct. The game was unofficially announced when it debuted during the 2015 Nintendo World Championships this past Sunday, when competitors went head-to-head in one of the game’s multiplayer modes."
For this week's Famitsu, 9 games on several paltforms were reviewed and so, here are their scores:
E3 is over halfway done and gamers have been wowed and some of us have been disappointed. Microsoft blew gamers away, and Sony had some great announcements that made people scream and cry. Bethesda made gamers spend money, EA impressed with SW Battlefront, and Ubisoft sort of made a sad “wah, wah” trombone noise.
"Nintendo has crowned their 2015 World Champion. John Numbers took home the grand prize tonight after fighting long and hard through various Nintendo titles to face down against his opponent Cosmo Wright, in a final duel of Mario Maker. John managed to step away as the victor and was rewarded with a signed 3DS XL by Mr. Nintendo himself Shigeru Miyamoto and a thorough gold award featuring Mario."
Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Livestream has just confirmed that all 3 playable characters Ryu, Roy, and Lucas will be available for download later today on the EShop.
The price is $4.99 for Roy, and $5.99 for Ryu+Stage.
There’s no end of characters that gamers have on their Smash Bros wish list and two of them might be all but confirmed by two of the latest Smash leaks to hit the web. Thanks to some of the most obsessive people on the internet, we have what looks like Roy and Ryu’s HD series debut in all their in-game glory.
Yesterday, my world was filled with sunshine and smiles when I heard a new Sonic game was announced. Well, that’s until I saw what was at the end of the rainbow – a sequel to Sonic Boom. As far as we know, it’s a Nintendo 3DS exclusive and it takes place in the fairly new Sonic Boom Universe, that branches off of the modern Sonic series for a fresh new take on the blue blur.
The evil Doctor Osmium has planted dynamite on landmarks around the world. To make matters worse he has protected his handiwork with henchmen and electrical traps. As bad as this may seem, it should pose little challenge for the daredevil, Johnny Dynamite. He is armed with a jetpack and sticks of dynamite to throw at aliens that get in his way.
As much as Rise of Lyric sucked, Sanzaru Games did a pretty decent job with Shattered Crystal. (Thieves in Time wasn't bad either.)
Thank God that Big Red Button isn't behind this again. It does make me wonder why Sega decided to give Boom a sequel though.
Very poor marketing, Sega.
"Mining adventures. Whenever I see a videogame attempt to send you on a journey, mining your way deep into the world as you go, then I can’t help but think of Minecraft or Terraria. For different reasons, they are the two champions of discovery. However, SteamWorld Dig is a mining adventure that, for sheer joy at least, bests both of those titles. It may not have the longevity of the world’s favourite discovery and crafting titles, but with the direction it brings, it’s a hell of a lot more fun."
Here are the first batch of screenshots for Bravely Second! We can see the first characters Yew, Magnolia, Janne, Nikolai and Edea. Also name changes for Yu Zeneolsia to Yew Geneolgia, and Jean Engarde to Janne Angard.
Bravely Second will be out in the west in 2016!
Deep Silver and Comcept have today released a new gameplay trailer for Kickstarter sensation, Mighty No.9. In ‘Beat Them At Their Own Game’, the hero of the game, Beck, takes on the challenge of his eight mighty opponents and fights his way through ever-changing stages and epic boss fights.
Putting YOU in the driver’s seat, Skylanders SuperChargers will introduce an entirely new way to play, with land, sea and sky vehicles appearing from September 20th 2015 in the US with Europe and Australia waiting a few days more before a 25th Sept release date let’s them get into the action.