Articles by Mitchell Lineham
Insomniac Games has announced that Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus, the upcoming installment in the long-running series, will be coming to PS3 in time for the Christmas Holidays.
Whilst it harks back to a time when R&C were in their prime, it will be a downloadable title and not a full-blown sequel.
Namco Bandai Games and Hideo Baba, producer of many Tales Of games, has announced that Tales of Xillia 2 will be coming to EU and US in 2014.
This announcement was made at the Japan Expo 2013 which is set in Paris, France.
Square Enix has revealed a new Lighting Returns trailer, dubbed The Divine Task, which gives us a deeper insight in to the tone of the game and what the focus of the story will be.
It does seem that SE are pushing Lightning to be the ultimate Final Fantasy character, and luckily for us, we love Lightning.
Sony has confirmed that Warrior’s Lair, previously known as Ruin, has been cancelled.
Warrior’s Lair was first revealed at E3 2011 and was met with positive reception.
Fans have been clamouring for a HD remake of Final Fantasy VII for years, and Square Enix have heard our cries! We have been bestowed with a Cloud Strife outfit for Lightning, exclusive to pre-orders of Lightning Returns.
Although this may not have been what people wanted, it’s certainly a step in the right direction. Plus Lightning is pretty to look at.
Highly anticipated The Walking Dead: 400 Days, which will branch seasons 1 and 2 of the game, will be making its way to PSN early July.
Whilst NA players can expect to have it on 2nd July, EU players will need to wait until the 10th.
Indie hit Proteus, an award winning title previously exclusive to PC, will be making its way to PS3 and Vita this Autumn.
The port is being handled by Curve Studios who have ported Thomas Was Alone, and will be bringing us Stealth Bastard Deluxe and Lone Survivor.
Publisher Deep Silver has announced that Killer is Dead, the upcoming crazy cel-shaded game from Suda51, has received a Fan Edition packed with extra content.
With many of Grasshopper Manufacturers games becoming niche, this may become a rare collector’s item.
Gran Turismo 5 feels like an age ago but we never expected to see the 6th installment so soon. For those who may be feeling bored with GT5, with it’s last-gen graphics*, can now look forward to GT6 and it’s Anniversary Edition.
*May be a big, dirty lie.
Namco Bandai has announced a new DBZ game, Battle of Z, which is ‘coming soon’ to Europe.
It has been revealed for PS3 and Vita but sadly, not PS4. Though DBZ on the go is nothing to scoff at!
Ubisoft has announced that Aveline de Grandpré, the heroine in Assassins’ Creed III: Liberation, will be returning in Assassin’s Creed IV.
She will be featured in missions exclusive to the PS3 and PS4 versions of ACIV.
Atlus has announced that Daylight, an upcoming survival horror game developed by Zombie Studios, will be available on PS4 early next year.
Sony revealed a new trailer for Beyond: Two Souls at their E3 press conference earlier today. It features protagonist Jodie getting up close and personal without the use of her unique ability.
Sony announced The Order: 1886 as one of their many new IP’s at their press conference earlier today, and it’s shaping up to be a thrilling but grim supernatural tale.
Bethesda announced earlier today at Sony’s E3 press conference that The Elder Scrolls Online will be coming to PS4. Better yet, the beta will be exclusively available on PS4 first.
Avalanche Studios, developers of Just Cause 2, has revealed its game based on Mad Max and that it will be coming to PS4. With a teaser trailer below, there’s reason to get excited.
Alongside Kingdom Hearts III, Square Enix also announced the rebranding of Final Fantasy Versus XIII to Final Fantasy XV. A new trailer with gameplay accompanied this announcement and can be seen below.
Square Enix dropped big names at Sony’s press conference including Kingdom Hearts III, the long awaited sequel to Kingdom Hearts II on a home console.
It is currently in development and you can see footage below.
Ubisoft announced 2 Trials titles, one for PS4 and one for mobile devices, which will both be available in 2014. Although not necessary to enjoy either title, both games will work together to create a better experience.