Games Consoles Worldwide has released the Zero, their first retro-supportive, homebrew, and Indie software video game system. Featuring hardware carefully chosen for retro experiences, the Zero...
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
in PlayStation Vita
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, developed by Spike Chunsoft exclusively for the PlayStation Vita is an interactive visual novel in the same vein as the Nintendo DS title: Nine Hours, Nine Persons,...
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
in Nintendo 3DS
This game, as you can see, it was a critical hit on marketing. It sold millions of copies, bypassing Tomodachi Collection: New Life and others. It's the predecessor of Animal Crossing: City Folk
MT-card is the new 3DS Flashkit. This new one add a feature witch all gamer waiting: Multi-roms support ! As will see, it's not the only new feature, but there are some incoveniant too.
How will this...
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Here is Dungeon Keeper I,
Free for you.
As many of you know, Valentine's day is upon us. The nice fellows at GoG.com decided to give something to you or your special someone in a form of a fantastic promo to celebrate the event! Dungeon Keeper Gold is free for a limited time and 2 discounted promos have appeared:
A progressive bundle for D&D games on the site with a rising discount percentage (the more games you buy, the lower the price for each item).
A second, traditional promo with some excellent multiplayer games up to -90% of the original GoG.com price.
Also a note to all getting the Dungeon Keeper promo: the code will be sent to your email in a few moments. It can be instant or take a few minutes. This was done so that the site doesn't become unaccessible like with the Fallout promo a few months back
As for the service and why it could be preferred compared to Steam, Origin or the rest? Easy. DRM free. The game will be stored on the site for you for as long as it exists. If you want to make backups on your physical media, that's good too. I'd highly recommend it and can vouch for the service with over 100 games bought (and quite a few freebies too!).
Looking back over the past several years, gaming communities have changed drastically. With each new generation of gamers, the complaining seems to increase as people demand more instant gratification. It is astounding to look at some of the gaming community reactions over some developer choices over the past several years, with death threats being considered perfectly common. In some gaming communities, you could have full on "player versus player arguments." This goes into the idea of entitlement. Is there an instance where this sense of entitlement can go so far as to actually be justifiable? Could entitlement be a gray area where there are instances where people should be able to speak up?
Ubisoft have once again delayed the launch of Watch Dogs, this time only for the Wii U, presumably so the target release date can be met for the other consoles.
Can't say I blame them, though last year when Rayman Legends was ready for the Wii U, Ubisoft intentionally delayed it so that the game could be released simultaneously across all consoles. Oh well, if you're a Nintendo gamer, sucks to be U (and me, darn it!).
If there's a bright side here, it's that some of the most serious glitches and bugs may, someday, eventually, maybe be fixed. Possibly. Also, at least the developers are honest about just not caring, so... that's something?
Gamestop Italy is offering a rather interesting pre-order bonus for inFamous: Second Son - one that will help gamers avoid having a second son... or a first one... or a daughter, for that matter.
The Pre-Order Edition of Sucker Punch's new game contains two cans of Red Bull to keep the players pumped for action... and a pack of fluorescent condoms in case the tension turns out to be too much for them to handle and some form of venting with their significant others will be required. "A fill of energy for an explosion of pleasure!" - boldly claims the box. "Enjoy your power!" - I'm sure we will! All the fans with the right "equipment" should look forward to showing off their... inFamous... glow-in-the-dark... uhm... "superpowers".
Eurogamer reached out to SCEE for a comment - I'm sure it's going to be an interesting one.
This week has seen a lot of controversy surrounding Hideo Kojima's and Konami's latest release due next month, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.
The game is supposedly a prologue to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, which currently has no set release date.
So this week poll asks; Is Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes worth the asking price?
Obviously without playing it it is hard to make the call, but on a content vs price level, can we ever justify £/$40 for a couple of hours?
Supporters of the model have cited Gone Home and The Walking Dead as examples of similar practices, but Gone Home was £/$15 at launch and The Walking Dead is about £/$5 an episode, with the full season being £/$40 for 12+ hours of content.
Will you be buying the latest Metal Gear on release day or wait for a price drop? Do you think it is worth the asking price?
Is it our own fault as gamers for paying for on-disc DLC and in-app-purchases that has ultimately lead to this?