Twenty characters have been confirmed for the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale roster. On Twitter, PlayStation Blog senior social media specialist Sid Shuman stated the following regarding the game:
“We have revealed the full launch lineup of characters.”
20 characters is nothing to be ashamed about but expect many more characters to be headed to the brawler via DLC. I fully plan on getting this for the PS Vita (with cross buy/cross play program) later this year.
Square Enix’s MMORPG Dragon Quest X for Wii has about 300,000 subscribers. Each of the subscribers to the game pay 1,000 yen per month to play Dragon Quest X online and Square must be happy with these numbers. Dragon Quest X has yet to hit in America and Europe and will also be making an appearance on the Wii U in the future.
All new screen shots of Call of Duty Black Ops 2 have hit the internet and we have them for you below. The game will no doubt go on to be the top selling game of this year and will enjoy video games best opening sales ever. Enjoy the following screens and let me know which platform you will be getting Call of Duty Black Ops 2 for.
Trine 2 producer Lauri Hyvärinen has revealed that he has seen the Wii U eShop and says that it is very promising. Hyvärinen also went on to say that Nintendo is taking its online experience very seriously with Wii U, but couldn’t elaborate on the subject any further. While the Wii U eShop still remains a mystery, it is very promising to hear details like this. Here is his quote regarding the store:
“Nintendo is taking online very seriously with Wii U. Everything we have seen and heard about the Wii U eShop sounds very promising.”
He also revealed what he wants from Nintendo’s online store on Wii U. “Our hopes as developers are quite simple: inexpensive updating and easy certification process. That’s really it. If the Wii U eShop can deliver either one of these, or even both, then we will be very happy!”
I will be downloading Trine 2 day 1 Lauri Hyvärinen.
Here is the official launch trailer for Angry Birds Trilogy on Nintendo 3DS, PS3 and XBOX 360. While we all have enjoyed the crazy birds on our iPhone and Andriod devices, the series is finally making the jump to home consoles and will no doubt by downloaded by millions of more gamers.
Hello everyone! I just submitted my new “spot the difference” game called Find Five and it will be headed to an iPad near you! Check out the app icon and the promo image below and let me know what you all think: