London, UK – September 10, 2014 – Today, Ubisoft announced that record-breaking open-world action game, Watch Dogs, will be available for the Wii U™ system from Nintendo on November 18th in the US and 21st in the EU.
The development of Watch Dogs on Wii U is being led by Ubisoft Bucharest, in collaboration with Ubisoft Montreal.
The charity-giving digital game shop Humble Bundle is having an "End of the Summer" Sale, offering tons of deals on various games, as well as offering a free game every Monday until the 22nd of September!
Today's free game is Warlock: Master of the Arcane. You can receive your free game by going to the Humble Store!
Did you digitally pre-order Destiny for the PS3 or the Xbox 360, but you're planning to get a current generation system in the nearby future? Maybe you didn't pre-order, but you're planning to buy the game soon and don't know which version to go for? Fret not - Bungie has you covered! For a limited time only (until January 2015) you can upgrade your last generation digital version of the game to the respective current gen version for free! Follow the source link for details.
Ah, Square-Enix. Recently, all you've been doing is making me cry lately. You take almost three years to port Final Fantasy X to PS3 and Vita, refusal to localize any Dragon Quest games outside of mobile titles, and the Type-0 fiasco. But even after all of that, I still look forward to whatever the company releases next (maybe?) and when it comes to their RPG output, I'm listening. So what does Square have planned for the future? Opening up a new RPG studio, of course!
So it should be about 2 years before we see anything worthwhile. I don't know. I guess I will always be waiting for their next RPG game and that one other game that has been in development since 2006. What games does the 'Temp expect?
Remote Play is a really neat feature in most cases. Most people Primarily game on their Wii U game pad, a basic remote play experience, and a lot of people love to stream the content on their PS4 to their Playstation Vita, which was previously the only device you COULD stream to. Until now that is!
The Aforementioned Smartphones will be releasing sometime this November. Sony has also announced the new Xperia Compact Tablet, which will also support Playstation streaming.
While buying a new phone or tablet just to stream does sound far-fetched, hope can be held onto that soon other smart devices will be enabled to stream PS4 content.