Indie platformer Rogue Legacy is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita next year, Sony announced at their Gamescom press conference this morning.
Also coming to both platforms is Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number. Sony say the game will make its console debut on the two Sony platforms.
An open-world adventure game, Rime, by Tequila Works is headed to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, Sony announced at their Gamescom press conference this morning. Siliconera reports that an early video that Sony displayed showed a game that gave off vibes of Ico and Journey.
Has your wallet recovered from the Steam summer sale yet? If so, another sale has arrived just in time! This week Play-Asia has several great games up for grabs (including titles like Radiant Historia and Sonic Generations), with deals lasting either 24 hours or for week.
Don't miss out and see for yourself before it's too late! Happy shopping!
Namco Bandai is developing Kuroko’s Basketball: Miraculous Victory for Nintendo 3DS. Jump explains that it has an original story made for the game with all of the characters from the Generation of Miracles team. Kuroko’s Basketball: Miraculous Victory also has new special moves.
The top screen shows players in a basketball match while the bottom screen lets you choose actions for the players.
So remember that new Pokémon title that was teased during Pokémon Game Show with a brief image of Lucario and Blaziken about to face off? The title was not formally announced, but Siliconera believes it may be called Pokkén Fighters or Pokkén Tournament.
Siliconera uncovered trademarks for Pokkén Fighters and Pokkén Tournament filed by The Pokémon Company in the US. Two bipedal Pokémon about to fight? Sounds kind of like a Pokémon fighting game to me and it and there are enough fighting ty...
Been itching to play Dragon Ball: Mystery of Shenlong or Go Go Ackman 3? You only have to wait until November 7 because Namco Bandai is re-releasing them for Nintendo 3DS in a compilation called Bandai Namco Games Presents J Legend Biography. The games in the J Legend Biography are straight ports with few bells and whistles. Jump reports that Namco Bandai added in hints, a digital manual, and a zoom function. That’s about it, but if you want to play through both parts of Saint Seiya: The Gold...
Starting today, Atlus’ games on the Nintendo eShop are going on sale once more in North America (again). From today through August 31st, you can grab Code of Princess, Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers, and Etrian Odyssey IV all at a $10 discount! After August 31st, all three games will revert to their regular prices.
Ubisoft Montreal reveal information on a new sidescroller at GDC Europe. 'Child of Light' is a new 2D sidescroller from Ubisoft Montreal. It will be lead by Patrick Plourde, a veteran from Assassin's Creed, as the creative director and will be powered by the UbiArt Framework engine, the same engine which powers the newest Rayman game, Rayman Legends.
While Remote Play does seem like a very cool feature, many are still hazy on the details. So, Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide boss Shuhei Yoshida has given us some pertinent info via Twitter.
He also re-confirmed a fact we already knew, which is that Remote Play won't support titles that require special input devices, such as "dance games." Everything else works on a system level, which means that it doesn't require additional support from developers. Lastly, we learn that the Remote...
Microsoft’s Albert Penello has revealed that the Xbox One is their quietest console ever.
Penello shared a picture online that he currently has an Xbox One console at his house and answering a fan’s question about the noise of the console itself, he tweeted that's it's much quieter than the new slim 360! Gamers know all too well how loud the original Xbox 360 fans sounded like. Thankfully you won’t have the same type of problem with the upcoming Xbox One console. Will you be buying one thi...
NeoGAF member, CBOAT, has a reputation for leaking legitimate information regarding next-gen consoles and video game announcements well before announcement. CBOAT has revealed quite a bit but one of the more surprising announcements he's made has to be about Platinum Games potentially working on an Xbox One exclusive. The exclusive game will not be for North America or Europe but will be a Japan release, though chances for localization are always there.
It is to note CBOAT is usually almo...
The next game in the Yakuza series is Yakuza: Ishin (Yakuza: Restoration), Sega announced during the series character general election results in Tokyo today. Platform and additional details were not announced, only that it involves a character named Ryoma Sakamoto. Here’s a look at him! Further information is expected in the August 22 issue of Weekly Famitsu, stay tuned.
Microsoft has secured two new Fable-related domain names, suggesting the company is planning something called Fable Legends. The domains, spotted by Twitter’s superannuation, are FableLegends.com and FableLegends.net. Both currently redirect to a Bing search. An official announcement has yet to be made.
Capcom are going to be releasing a 30th anniversary soundtrack, titled Capcom 30th Anniversary Music Best: Original & Arrange on September 25th in Japan. The soundtrack will be available on two CDs and will come with over 40 tracks covering a number of Capcom franchises, from Mega Man to Sengoku Basara to Dragon’s Dogma.
The soundtrack is up for pre-order now and costs 3,150 yen (about $32). You can listen to samples from the OST here!
At the ongoing Pokémon Game Show in Japan, in addition to discussing the new animated feature and the Pokémon games, Japanese press outlets like Famitsu and 4Gamer report that they also displayed a video reel of the Pokémon franchise, which ended with a scene of Lucario facing off against Blaziken in some kind of city setting. The graphics look decidedly sharper than any Pokémon game we’ve seen to date—provided, of course, that this is from an upcoming game. You can see the image for yourself...
Dying Light and Dead Island developer Techland has opened a new development studio located near Vancouver, Canada. The studio, called Digital Scapes Studios, is led by former Radical Entertainment technical director Marcin Chady, and boasts a number of team members who contributed to the Prototype franchise. Digital Scapes is currently tasked with the creation of “certain key elements” in Techland’s upcoming Dying Light.
Good news to those looking forward to the Xbox One! Microsoft have shared with Eurogamer that Xbox One games will not be region-locked when the console releases this year. Xbox One will launch in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, United Kingdom, and the United States in late 2013 while certain other territories will get the console in 2014.
New team up sees UK retailer hosting events teamed up with Blizzard. Ahead of Blizzard's dungeon crawler, Diablo III, coming to PS3 and Xbox 360 on September 3rd, they have teamed up with the UK retailer GAME to hold events up and down the country giving games an opportunity to try before they buy.
Dungeons & Golf, a Pangya-like game with a fantasy setting that's been released in Japan, is currently being localized in English! Gala will release the game in North America. At launch, Dungeons & Golf has ten playable characters (one of them looks like a demon girl) and 52 courses to play. While Dungeons & Golf doesn’t have magic, there are special balls players can obtain. Dungeons & Golf has real time multiplayer, which sounds pretty strange since players can bump into each other while ...
Namco Bandai will release One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 in North America on September 3. The game will cost $49.99 and only be available as a digital download here. If you prefer a physical copy you can import One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 from either Europe or Asia. Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong will release the English version of the game at the end of August and Play-Asia is selling it for $59.99.
Last weekend, Arc System Works held a location test event for Guilty Gear Xrd –SIGN-, at one of Sega’s arcades in Akihabara and fans got a first chance to play the next game in the series. Famitsu reports on the latest information revealed at the event, along with some notes on the Q&A session by series creator Daisuke Ishiwatari and planner known as “Pachi”.
Guilty Gear Xrd –SIGN- is currently in development, and is being considered for next generation consoles.
Xbox One will no longer be available in 21 markets at launch in November, Microsoft has confirmed. Instead, it will be available in 13 markets. Those markets include Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Spain, United Kingdom, United States and New Zealand.
The remaining markets (Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland) will launch “as soon as possible in 2014."