Zelda: Wind Waker is an entry in the Zelda series that was hated and avoided like the plague at launch, mainly due to its controversial art style. But let's look past that; how good of a game is Wind...
Cyberpunk fans rejoice! The next chapter in the Deus Ex saga, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was just announced by Square Enix. The game takes place in 2029, two years after the events of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and stars our favourite augmented agent, Adam Jensen, who now works with the Interpol.
The game's developers say that it was designed from the ground up with current generation systems in mind. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is using Eidos' brand-new Dawn Engine (based on IO Interactive's Glacier 2 engine which powered the Hitman series) and is taking advantage of DirectX 12 and TressFX 3.0 technology.
This announcement confirms rumours that were circulated earlier this week.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is slated to be released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
For a long time now, YouTube has offered monetization options for Youtube video creators that play monetized ads before, during, or after videos. A lot of people aren't too "thrilled" about the ads, and a lot of people simply ignore them or use adblock, but now YouTube is offering a third option; paid subscriptions.
This option will act in a similar fashion to Twitch.tv's paid subscription service, fans can choose to pay a monthly fee and subscribe to their favorite YouTube channels, bypassing all ads while continuing to support their favorite content creators. There aren't a lot of details on pricing or whether it can be a set fee by the creator or a YouTube-set price, but it's happening.
You can read the full email sent to content creators here:
WARNING! Spoilers inside!
This is an interesting step forward for YouTube, and opens up a whole new way for creators to earn money from their videos. Whether there will be a huge following for this, who knows, but I'm certain that many are more than willing to help support their favorite reviewer or Let's Player.
Video Game movies are notorious for being the worst Hollywood has to offer. This could be a pinpoint horror movie that has the potential to be incredibly interesting. Guess i'll make sure to bring my heart medicine for all the impending jump scares.
Remember the quirky little RPG Fantasy Life that came out for 3DS last year? If you really enjoyed it, you can put your hands together for a sequel coming this year! But... maybe not on the platform you want.
It's the year of delays folks, it and it's hitting all platforms it seems. Remedy Entertainment, developers of the Alan Wake franchise, have just announced the delay of Xbox exclusive Quantum Break to, "Sometime next year."
Also confirmed is the delay of the Quantum Break TV show counterpart, which is stil in development according to Remedy.
Phil Spencer had stated earlier this year that, "Microsoft's 2015 lineup was so stuffed with great games that the company might need to move something," so I don't think it's that big of a surprise the game is coming next year. And again, more time, more polish, and we avoid the horrible buggy mess that was last year's holiday season.