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.
When Sony announced the PS4 they presented an idea that the next generation should be about social gaming networks. Basically, next generation consoles should allow gamers to share and interactively discuss their games. This weeks PS4 update 2.0 brings gamers closer to that vision with Share Play.
Boy does it look promising. If you watch the video it will tell you that Share Play lets you give friends the ability to watch you play, virtually hand over the controller and let them play for you and have a friend play together with you without them owning the game. There is a one hour session period when you use Share Play (which is kind of weird) but you can just start another session right after it ends.
Whether the feature lives up to the promise or not, we will see. Share your thoughts in the comments.
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.