Using the real-time graphics engine of the upcoming blockbuster, FINAL FANTASY XV, this unique video showcases the technology, wildlife and ecology in the game. The wildlife sure does looks rather impressive and we can’t wait to get our RPG loving hands on the game. Final Fantasy XV is headed to PS4 and XBOX One.
Taking place 25 years after the events of Mortal Kombat (2011), the new generation of characters will discover that Outworld is not the only threat they face. Fans will get a first look at the newest fighters to join Cassie Cage, including Jacqueline Briggs, daughter of Jax, Takashi Takeda, son of Kenshi, and Kung Jin, descendant of Kung Lao.
Fueled by next-gen technology, Mortal Kombat X combines unparalleled, cinematic presentation with dynamic gameplay to create an unprecedented Kombat experience.
Here is the brutally brutal, Mortal Kombat X Brutality trailer. Even though the first sentence sounds redundant, it’s no secret that this next Mortal Kombat is going to be, in a word, BRUTAL. Mortal Kombat X is scheduled to hit PS4 and XBOX One in April and looks to make a big slash when it’s released.
Check out the new trailer and let us know what you guys think.
Here is the sweet, new launch trailer for OlliOlli 2. Drop in to Olliwood and prepare for finger-flippin’ mayhem in this follow up to cult smash OlliOlli. The sequel boasts all new Ramps and Epic Hills allowing for monster air and multi-route levels. Further, OlliOlli2’s combo system has been expanded. The joy of Manuals, Reverts, Revert Manuals and Grind Switching giving you more control and expression than ever before.
The next stream of the upcoming fighter Mortal Kombat X will feature the first footage of Brutalities. Just from the sound of this teaser, we can already tell it’s going to be pretty gruesome.
Great news for Dragon Quest fans, the PS4 title will be localized. Here is th description from Square Enix:
In Dragon Quest Heroes, players must rise up against insurmountable odds, challenging swarms of enemies and conquering gigantic monsters. Dragon Quest Heroes comes to the PlayStation 4 system in beautiful high-definition graphics, filled with characters and monsters designed by world-renowned artist Akira Toriyama.
Both Yuji Horii, director and creator of Dragon Quest, and Koichi Sugiyama, the composer closely tied to the series since its first installment and creator of countless memorable musical masterpieces, are closely involved in bringing this title to life. Furthermore, ?-Force (Omega Force) from Koei Tecmo Games – the team that has created numerous popular action game series – is also taking part in its development.
Good stuff indeed. I think Dragon Quest Heroes looks pretty decent and I can’t wait to try it out. What do you guys think?
Here are the latest harder sales from Japan. The 3DS leads the way followed closely by its portable rival, PS Vita. Check out the latest Media Create sales below and let us know what you think:
3DS – 38.173
PS Vita – 35.934
PS4 – 24.737
Wii U – 6.070
PS3 – 5.810
Xbone – 1.381
Nash returns in Street Fighter V! The game is headed exclusively to PS4 and PC
and looks every bit of phenomenal as its predecessor. Check out the trailer and let us know if you like Nash.
Sony and From Software detail co-developing Bloodborne for the PlayStation 4 in IGN’s Part 2 of their behind-the-scenes series. Bloodborne is set to release next month and is shaping up to be something special.
Here is a nifty Dark Souls II – PS3 VS PS4 comparison video for everyone to check out. Clearly the PS4 wins by a large margin but it’s always nice to check out the differences between last gen and this gen. Check out the Dark Souls II comparison video and let us know what you think.