Namco-Bandai Gamescom Lineup Revealed
The Japanese publisher, Namco-Bandai, has revealed their lineup for Gamescom.
I can’t continue to engage the negative ones.
The Japanese gaming magazine, Famitsu, has posted the first artwork of the next Tales Of game. The artwork was teased by the series’ producer, Hideo Baba, alongside an interview with him. The art shows off a distinct futuristic setting which seems pretty interesting. The game will receive it’s formal reveal in Japan on June 2nd.
I am totally 100% confident – I will bet large amounts of money – that we will have, in the next few years, a free-to-play equivalent of Skyrim.
The man may have passed away, but his legacy lives on. Here is a picture posted on the Japanese blog, Esteru, of Steve Jobs in fighting form in Soul Calibur V. The character create mode is extensive as shown by the accuracy in creating the typically Jobs turtle neck and denim attire. Esteru have also posted pictures of notable figures, even Ronald McDonald!
No, your eyes do not deceive you. These two images have been used to promote the upcoming fighter, Soul Calibur V. Both images are attention grabbers thats for sure, but Namco have picked up criticism for the suggestive images. So much so, the second image was removed by Namco and will no longer be used to promote the game. I wonder how many people are glad that the first image is being kept?
The Katamari series is renowned for its madness, and this trailer is no exception. The cinematic posted by IGN for ‘Touch My Katamari' which is due out on PlayStation Vita next year is oddly funny. Its hard to explain, like most things Katamari in the world.