Being announced by the developer @yagnbing, this project is not complete yet but what is shown in the trailer looks very impressive. The combat looks to take inspiration from Devil May Cry with worlds & character designs having similar looks to Final Fantasy XV. Going to post below some comments the developer made on Twitter about the project, as not much is known aside from this trailer that came out today.
As a new Nintendo system draws closer to launch, John takes a moment to look back at some of the most impressive launch titles to grace each of Nintendo’s consoles. From the original NES to the Nintendo 64 all the way up to the Wii, it’s all here and captured on original hardware. All this and a teaser for the next episode are yours in this latest edition of DF Retro
We’re happy to announce a brand-new system trailer for Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors! Guide a brand new set of delinquents through the depths of hell…but this time, one girl may not be there for salvation. Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors is set to release September 20th in North America and September 23rd in Europe.
Microsoft announced the cross-buy like Play Anywhere program where Xbox One & Window 10 can play the same games starting with titles coming in the future like Halo Wars 2 and Gears of War 4. But the site Techradar wrote up a great article going over the benefits and abilities this offers to gamers. You can read the full article by clicking the source link but a introduction piece for the article will be listed below.
At E3 2016, it came as little shock that Microsoft would be introducing, for the first time ever, a cross-buy program between Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs. After a year of showing strong support for the Universal Windows Platform, Microsoft’s software consolidation push, it was high time for the company to start thinking about gaming on PCs.
With Xbox Play Anywhere, Microsoft is giving PC gaming another shot for the first time since the ill-fated Games for Windows Live. Instead of simply publishing PC games, this new initiative lets you buy a game once and own it on both the Xbox One and PC plus transferring saves, achievements and DLC content between both.
Though some gamers see it as the death of Xbox One exclusives, it seems like an obvious win for others. Knowing it couldn’t remain complacent in Sony’s backseat, Microsoft had to make like Apple and think different. And it did so while taking into account what was at its disposal all along: Windows.
The light gun genre is one of my favorite game genre’s next to platformers and action games. House of the Dead is one of my favorite SEGA games and shooting zombies is always a fun time. But what if you replace violently killing zombies, with shooting girls with a ‘love’ blaster?
Inti-Crates who is famous for their work on the Mega Man series, produced this ‘interesting’ take on the light gun genre for the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4. The review of the game is not ready yet, but we plan on releasing that when it releases in North America next week. In the meantime, I want to post a first impressions piece sharing my thoughts on the game and I hope you enjoy them.
Word of warning though; this is a mature game and not one I recommend to younger readers. Now that’s out of the way, lets jump into some shooting action.
Marvel appear to heard many people’s issues loud and clear! The issues with the original Ultimate Alliance such as lack of the DLC characters among other issues is getting resolved according to this tweet from Bill Rosemann from Marvel Games.
Activision will have a statement and comment on things once the DLC and PC fixes are released or when plans on when those fixes start coming out.
Digital Foundry made a comparison between the different versions of new ports/remasters of the Ultimate Alliance games. Very interesting results, with the original running at an uncapped frame rate while the sequel running at an almost-consistent 60FPS.