Not much information is known regarding Dragon Quest VII for the Nintendo 3DS considering its launching in Japan on February 7th. Well that looks like it is about to change as more information regarding Square Enix’s remake of Dragon Quest VII has appeared online.
Destination PlayStation 2013 has been announced! From the site: “As our guests you’ll be treated to…a first look at all the amazing new releases coming from Sony Computer Entertainment America in 2013.”
What do you think will be announced? New games for existing franchises? New IPs for the PS3 or PS Vita?
We’re continuing with our focus on Creat Studios with a developer spotlight. For those that aren’t aware, Creat Studios has over 20 games on the PlayStation Network! They have also developed games for Xbox, Nintendo, and PC.
Sony is not known for the amount of marketing it does for its products, but they are known for the odd method in which they market their games and systems. When you look at how they advertise, you’ve really got to give them an E for effort. They take risks, for that they should be commended. While they might not appeal to everyone, in my opinion the advertisements Sony uses to market their products are great. We just need more of them.
Back in E3 2011 when PlayStation first showed off this TV, I was jumping for joy. Why? Because for $500, not only was it going to come with the TV, but it also brought its own HDMI cable, a pair of 3D glasses, and it was to also come with Resistance 3 (I love the Resistance series).
A fan of Journey, this year’s hit PlayStation Network game, are you? Happen to enjoy the art style, do you? Then take note! The book, released in September, now takes advantage of augmented reality (AR). That means all the pretty pictures in the book can come to life – through the use of your Android or iOS enabled devices that have front and rear cameras.
This weekend’s Play Expo in Manchester, UK was an amazing event. We’ve already had Richard’s early impressions of the Wii U from the event, but for me the main draw of the show was rubbing shoulders with Harley Quinn. No, okay it wasn’t, but it was a close second.
I’ve got here Rami Ismail, from Vlambeer. He is part of a small team (two man team) responsible for the vastly awesome game Super Crate Box. It’s time to ask this man some questions.
The spiritual successor to the Nintendo DS game 999 is coming to 3DS and Vita October 24th. Zero Escape caters to the very small genre of Virtual Novel, which by the title implies there is a lot of reading involved.
I visited Game Over Videogames in Austin, TX yesterday and spoke with CEO David Kaelin about the retro-inspired gaming store. Turns out this is one of five locations in Texas that buy and sell yesterday’s video games. Thing is, they don’t just have a bin somewhere for stuff people don’t want. They have an entire dedicated to what many of us grew up with. Whether you or someone you know lives in the Lone Star State, you as a gamer would most certainly enjoy these nostalgia-inducing locations. Take a look at the images, and either listen to the interview or read the transcript below.