Nintendo foregoes any sort of E3 conference, Atlus has challenged Square Enix to a duel, Ubisoft is being taken over by Vivendi, and Konosuba is a fantastic fantasy farce in the news of the week!
When Nintendo makes significant portions of full-priced in-game content dependent upon access to exclusive special edition amiibo figurines, SiliconNooB boxes up his Wii U and Lusipurr breaks out the megaphone-o-ranting to lay bare Nintendo’s greed.
Post-launch game support can mean many things these days, and Mel takes a look at a few of those things as they relate to the buying public. While often a tale of woe, as AAA gaming can be in many ways, post-launch support can be done well. Find out how!
Mel starts the new year by being passive aggressive about things that did not happen in the old year. In his list of greatest games that did not get released, he complains about games that did! What more could a reader want? No, really. Tell me.
The PS4 gets half announced, Ubisoft is typically obnoxious, and a Kickstarted game gets snatched up by a commercial publisher in the news of the week.
Final Fantasy Versus XIII is cancelled, Final Fantasy XV is revealed, and Overclocked Remix’s time has run out in this weeks saltastic news rumours!
Capcom’s fighter fortunes flag, EA returns to profitability while TOR loses 400,000 players, and a speculative list of Wii U software is leaked from Blockbuster in this week’s hastily assembled news musings – sans Pipher!
Welcome to the World of Sequeldom. Do you love it? Or do you hate it? Or do you, like Thea, try to take the diplomatic approach and weigh the options.
Join Rikki has he explores the tale of two swords, eternally retold…
This week THQ takes a dip, Capcom has a sit and Ubisoft’s servers throw a fit, as the week’s news unspools to delight and amaze the quizzically minded!