The SD2SNES is a SNES flashcart project started by known SNES developer ikari_01 and nowadays manufactured by Krikzz. The device's open source firmware is being developed and updated constantly with...
Frozen Synapse was released back in 2011 by Mode 7 for PC and was then ported to mobile platforms. Frozen Synapse Prime is developed exclusively for PlayStation Vita by Double Eleven with additional...
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.
Namco Bandai announced that an extended version of God Eater 2 titled God Eater 2: Rage Burst, is heading to the PS Vita and PS4. This will be the game's debut on home consoles, which was apparently requested by the fans ever since the series debuted on the PSP.
The release date of the game is currently unknown and it's uncertain whether the title will be localized.
Lets face it, the Console wars are in a dead heat at the moment. By Dead heat, I mean the competition is flopping on the floor and the PS4 is blazing along on a firey domination war path of ULTIMATE DESTRUCTION.
In any case, Microsoft has been struggling these past few months. While still managing to sell at least 5 million comsoles before having its platform out for one year, the company has been riddled with losses in finance due to Xbox One marketing, and being thrashed by its biggest competition. Most critics believe this is due to the fact Microsoft has only spread its wings slightly over its market share of countries, with the Xbox Platform currently existing in only 13 countries. But rest assured, if you've been waiting for your Xbone *canned laughter* it may be hitting your country next.
What we have hear folks, is a strategy game hitting the middle ground. While the Xbox Brand has basically no footing in Japan, Microsoft has been attempting to hit home its intention to drive japanese sales with promises of popular Anime TV servicing, and various Japanese games based on popular shows coming out of the woodwork, including exclusives for Japan only.
Not to mention Microsoft will be the First Video Game platform to be striking China, a country that has held a steady ban on game consoles for 14 years, and only lifted just recently.
So what is your opinion folks. Will we see some stirring in the water of the console wars? Could Xbox securing China be a major strategic advantage we never saw coming? Find out next time, On CONSOLE WARS Z.
FORZA CLONE The Crew, Ubisoft's ambitious open world racing game has recently revved up it's beta program on PC. While all 6 of those U-Play users are having fun with that Beta, most console owners have been sitting back waiting for their turn to shred their tires on the open road. Well rest assured, Ubisoft has announced that at the end of the month you can drive to your hearts content. Until then, be sure to sign up for the open registration available here.