Square dropped a new trailer for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. It’s a bunch of information overload about the story that gets a bit confusing. It might require 2nd or 3rd viewing to completely understood but you’ll get the basic understanding of what’s going on.
Even if you are just looking to get the Final Fantasy XV demo, Type-0 still looks like a promising game. Epic battles, large enemies and crazy abilities. The game could be a pleasant surprise.
The Playstation Tv came out a few weeks ago, entering the digital media market populated by devices such as the Amazon Fire Tv and the Apple Tv. At launch it is capable of playing PS Vita games (not all, but most), streaming PS4 games through remote play and using apps such as Crackle, Crunchyroll and Quello, with more to come. The big question surrounding the debut of the Playstation Tv: Will people want it? Will it Survive?
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According to Nintendo, Super Smash Bros. on Wii U will be release in North America on November 21 this holiday season. Other territories, such as Europe and Australia, will be receiving the game on December 5 and December 6 respectively.
Along that bit a news, Nintendo announced that the 3DS version of Smash Bros. has reached 2.8 million units sold worldwide.
It is going to be a great holiday season for Nintendo, with Super Smash Bros. on Wii releasing during the a key holiday season. Along with the gamecube controller adapter, which will be packaged in with the game for $99.99 and alone will retail for $19.99, it won’t be long before Nintendo starts printing money again.
Posted: September 19, 2014 in Features
Tags: Borderlands 2, classics, Disgaea, Gaming, Jak II, Kingdom Hearts 2, Metroid Fusion, Plants vs Zombies, renegade, renegadeplays, Sonic the Hedgehog, Sound Shapes, Super Smash Bros., Uncharted
Gamers are always eager for the next new release, the next new game announcement or blockbuster sequel. However, there is a fundamental truth about no matter what type of game one may be interested in or a person’s play habits: we tend to always come back to our same favorite games. For some reason gamers can’t leave them alone. No matter how long it has been or whether it’s been played a million times over. So, today’s Renegade Countdown is all about the games I cannot stop revisiting.
10. Sound Shapes
I love user generated games. Putting the tools of the game into the hands of the player spawns some really creative stuff. While there are plenty like Little Big Planet and Minecraft, my favorite has to be Sound Shapes. Some sweet tunes and hearing the music unfold by collecting each note is a wonderful experience. Every once and a while I pick up my vita, pop in my headphones and explore the new curated albums made up of gamer’s musical genius.
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