Archive for January 2012
The Big British Castle or BBC as it is more commonly known have teamed up with Sony to bring The Doctor to the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita this year. Dr Who and the Eternity Clock will see Matt Smith as The Doctor accompanied by River Song travel through time to save the Earth from familiar enemies from the TV series. Read On
Darksiders II is coming. The highly anticipated sequel to the hit 2010 game is due for a release this June. Playing as one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse – Death, people get to expand on the Darksider universe. The game is set at roughly the same time as the first game and will take Death across new maps, cities and dungeons in a mission to prove his brother’s innocence. Read On
The Wii U will launch in the US, Europe, Australia and Japan by the end of 2012, Nintendo has promised. Following the release of its third quarter 2012 financial results, Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata told reporters in Japan today the Wii successor will hit key markets for the end of the year. Read On
Noted video game publisher Capcom today opened its very first restaurant. As announced on the Capcom Unity Blog, next time you’re wandering through Tokyo’s busy Shinjuku district and feel a touch peckish, why not stop in at the Capcom Bar, which welcomed its first customers today. Read On
This year is meant to be the year where the world ends, yet, it looks like it’s going to be the second of two terrible years for Nintendo unless things start to pick-up, and fast. Today Nintendo announced it’s close of quarter performance and adjusted it’s predicted losses up, by three.
Good, cheap games. It’s something that we all want to see and we all want to buy. Afterall, finding a reasonably priced copy of the latest AAA title can be a lot of trouble and with the internet stealing the sales away from GameStation, Game and other specialist retailers. To combat this, GAME have announced a new promotion – Fun for a Fiver.
Clearly the work of someone with a chronic case of obsessive compulsive disorder, “catching them all” has been something that’s with us since the day of the Gameboy and dodgy MIDI music. Yet, it’s as endearing and popular as ever and actually managing to catch them all has become a step easier with the imminent release of PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond on the Nintendo Wii.
The Darkness II follows on from the 2007 game in which mafia supremo Jackie Estacado is thrown into a world of demons on his 21st birthday. The first title was a little on the short side and had a few issues regarding aiming and control of the demons that possessed Jackie. After raising to the heights he did in the first game, 2K games are continuing his story straight after the ending to the first game.Read On
Loving “words” is something many claim and yet, it’s mocked in many ways throughout modern plays and literature. However, when a company with a numeric value in it’s name appears one instantly thinks of fraudsters. Yet, the only dishonest thing about Licensed 4U is how they’ve managed to stay under the radar for so long. Today they announced that Azada and 4 Elements will be released in the UK on the Nintendo 3DS.
Witches are awesome, they are completely underestimated and the evil ones always seem to get the raw end of the deal. Surely it’s time we saw some evil pagan creatures winning for once, or if not winning, at least getting destroyed “Your Highness” style. Yet, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings seems to be thinking in a different vain, rather than killing people with pagan magic, they want to excite with live streams.