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Hey guys, it's a pleasure to be able to deliver an exclusive sneak peek at the latest game from Idea Factory Today, up for discussion is the title Hyper Dimension Neptunia: Re;birth1, which will be due for release in North America on the Playstation Vita on August 26th. Stay tuned for more reading material related to Idea Factory titles, with another big one coming out in the next few days! Now, this is only going to be a first impression, a skim if you will, from a player who hasn't played games in this franchise before. Click "Continue reading" down below to see what I have to say about it.
Recently Sony announced their white PS4 Destiny bundle, and apparently Microsoft doesn't want to stay behind when it comes to colour variations.
A Microsoft spokesperson confirmed earlier rumours in an interview with Polygon and announced that a white Xbox One will indeed make its way to storeshelves "later this year", presumably on October 28th, in the form of a Kinect-less bundle with Sunset Overdrive. The system is going to cost $399, which is the same price as the standard black version of the system.
There are currently no confirmed photos of the system or the bundle, so treat the one above as a placeholder. Even so, it sure looks pretty good. Excited?
One of the very first games I've ever owned for the Gamecube was Resident Evil, affectionately called RE:Make by the fans. This title was easily one of the best-looking games on the system despite the fact that the environments were actually pre-rendered.
For years gamers wanted this version to be re-released on other systems, but for whatever reason this never happened. Well, we're finally getting the remastered version of the game, this time in full HD, and it's made by the very same staff that worked on the Gamecube version of the game.
Resident Evil HD will be released for the PS3, Xbox 360, PS4, Xbox One and PC in 2015.
Taking your games in to the local Gamestop is a lot like being on an episode of Pawn Stars; you aren't going to get anything near the price you were hoping for, you'll be surrounded by fat guys, and there'll probably be some Subway nearby.
Now, however, it seems that Gamestop wants to do a little something about that first thing.