Famitsu has once again published their list of most wanted games and Monster Hunter World has taken top honors. The highly anticipated remake for FFVII and Super Mario Odyssey round out the top 3 positions. Check out the full breakdown below:
[PS4] Monster Hunter World – 700 votes
[PS4] Final Fantasy VII Remake – 697 votes
[NSW] Super Mario Odyssey – 629 votes
[PS4] Kingdom Hearts III – 493 votes
[3DS] Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon – 405 votes
[PS4] Hokuto ga Gotoku – 342 votes
[PS4] City Shrouded in Shadow – 334 votes
[NSW] Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – 332 votes
[PS4] Gran Turismo Sport – 253 votes
[PS4] Dynasty Warriors 9 – 250 votes
[3DS] Persona Q2 – 237 votes
[PS4] Yakuza Kiwami 2 – 234 votes
[PSV] Romancing SaGa 3 – 228 votes
[3DS] Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux – 194 votes
[PS4] Dissidia Final Fantasy NT – 183 votes
E3 will have a new logo come 2018 so be sure to check it out above. The more modern looking logo features the familiar colors of yellow and red and is more eye catching if you ask me. E3 2018 will take place in June and we are already getting excited for the big show.
Check out the new E3 logo and let us know what you think!
The lucky stiffs over with Nintendo Minute got a chance to unbox the special edition for Fire Emblem Warriors, so check it out above. Fire Emblem Warriors Special Edition and the new amiibo of Chrom and Tiki both release on Oct. 20 (the day after my birthday!!).
I have to admit this unboxing has me wanting this special edition for Fire Emblem… Check it out.
It has been revealed that RIME for Nintendo Switch will indeed utilize the HD rumble feature found in the system. The developer behind the upcoming title had this to say regarding this under-used feature:
“One of the features we put in was the HD Rumble. Yeah, it’s really cool. The designers put in a curve to how much they vibrate depending on what you’re doing in the world. The only thing really in there is in the menus – you can touch the screen. But that’s all, because we didn’t want to add any other gimmicks. RiME was never planned with any gimmicks in mind, and we thought if we add them now they might not fit with the game as we intended.”
Here is the Super Mario Odyssey Switch Home Menu Icon for your viewing pleasure. Apparently there are a number of people who are making a big fuss over the icons for Switch games and I am happy to report that this one looks incredible. Super Mario Odyssey is coming October 27th so get ready!! If you want to hear my first impressions of the game, click here and give my latest YouTube video a watch.
It has been announced that the Star Wars: Battlefront II beta has been extended by two days! Players will be able to take part in the beta until Wednesday, October 11th. In anticipation for the games release, gamers everywhere have flocked to the beta and have been blown away (again) by its graphics. When the original Battlefront came out, I know I was impressed.
It has been revealed that Dragon Quest XI on Nintendo Switch will indeed use Unreal Engine 4 whenever the title is released. Square revealed this news recently and stated that the Switch version of the game will indeed use the popular graphics engine. As expected, Dragon Quest XI looks remarkable and if the game even comes close to what they are putting out on the PS4, mark us down for the Switch version. I love the portability of the Nintendo system so this is the version I will be picking up.
More news on this highly anticipated game as it happens. Stay tuned.