The hype train for Nintendo and Tecmo Koei’s crossover title, Hyrule Warriors, continues to chug on today, with even more gameplay footage. In addition to all the announcements from earlier this week, the new screenshots, and the footage from today’s stream, there are now videos coming in from San Diego Comic-Con, where Nintendo has a booth at this weekend. The new demo footage focuses on Darunia and the Death Mountain stage. As a bonus, the demo also includes Sheik’s introduction cutscene.
During their livestream on Twitch, Respawn Entertainment announced that the 2nd DLC pack for Titanfall will release July 31st along with the games 5th major update on Xbox One and PC.
According to a post on NeoGAF, from July 23rd to July 31st, The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection is free to all Origin users. All you have to do is download the Origin client, hover over Origin tab, redeem product code, then input I-LOVE-THE-SIMS to download the game and all of its DLC.
A game inspired by the likes of Pokemon Red and Blue is currently in development by The Layabouts, an indie studio with previous titles such as I Died and Wow, Islands and Stuff!!! DX.
Earlier this morning, we reported that a special stream for Nintendo and Tecmo Koei’s crossover title, Hyrule Warriors, would broadcast featuring new footage from the game. Not only did the stream feature new gameplay footage for some of the newly announced playable characters and a first look at some of the previously announced villain’s movesets, but a brand new trailer was revealed as well.
As was expected after the slew of announcements from Famitsu this week, the official website for Nintendo and Tecmo Koei’s crossover title, Hyrule Warriors, has been updated with a ton of new screenshots showing off all of the Ocarina of Time-related characters, stages, and other recent reveals.
Nintendo and Tecmo Koei have gone full swing into the Ocarina of Time phase of their promotion for their soon-to-be-released crossover title, Hyrule Warriors. We now have full scans for all nine pages centered around the game that were featured in Famitsu this week.
This weeks panel discussion focuses on Kickstarter and the funding issues that have arisen over the last few years. Recently the developers of Mighty Number 9 asked for an additional $100,000, on top of the 4million that they have already received, just to add English Voice Acting. About a year back Tim Schafer’s crowd-funding game Broken Age announced that they also needed more money just to finish the project. With these developers double-dipping into the crowd-funding world, what does the future hold for these types of games? Is this a fad or will Kickstarter be around for the long haul in the video game world. Make the jump to check out this weeks panel discussion.
As hinted at earlier this week, a new playable character for Nintendo and Tecmo Koei’s crossover title, Hyrule Warriors, as been announced through the latest issue of Famitsu. As of today, those characters appear to be The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time‘s Sheik, Darunia, and Ruto.
UPDATE: We now have scans of Ruto’s character spread in Famitsu, along with a tiny peek at Darunia.
Maintenance for Destiny‘s Beta has concluded earlier than expected thanks to some hard work from the team at Bungie, allowing players to jump right back into the action.
As an added bonus, the Beta has even been released a day early for Xbox One and Xbox 360, allowing everyone with a pre-order code to partake in Destiny‘s early trial, starting today. If you pre-ordered the game for either console and have a download code, you are free to redeem it at your leisure, but be warned, downloading the beta takes at least a few hours, so you might want to find something to do in the meantime.
The building block game that refuses to die is on its way to the Nintendo eShop. The latest iteration of the timeless “Tetris” will now see a digital release on Nintendo 3DS alongside Playstation 4, Xbox One, PS Vita and PC.
Blogger “microbyter” recently made the most of a bad situation. After taking a gamble on a $5 Game Boy he found at a Goodwill, he discovered it was badly damaged from a battery explosion. Yet, with just a few cheap components, he was able to repair the handheld, while at the same time giving a fresh new spin on it.