Here is the official launch trailer for one of the year’s most anticipated titles, Batman: Arkham Knight. The game has already been receiving fantastic reviews and is rumored to be the last Batman game from Rocksteady. The game sure does look outstanding and we are eager to see how it does once the dust settles. Enjoy the launch trailer and let us know if you’re ready to be the Batman.
Batman: Arkham Knight will be available for PS4, XBOX One and PC on June 23rd.
It’s that time again my friends, time for MVGN to tell you what mobile browser game we have been checking out. For the past couple of weeks we have been showcasing some mobile games that you can play directly on your mobile device in its mobile web browser (that’s a lot of “mobile”)… This week’s title features Disney’s new movie Inside Out. Inside Out will no doubt light the theaters on fire with its funny characters and classic Disney charm and these mobile web browser games may just help you or your kiddos pass some time while waiting in line at the grocery store or while getting out of school.
Here’s the First Tales of Berseria Trailer for PS4/PS3. The game looks magnificent and I will be picking this one up for PS4 whenever it hits retail. I really love the battle system in Tales titles and it’s going to look outstanding in full HD on my PS4. The game looks to feature a female lead so that has us even more intrigued to how this one is going to play out.
Check it out RPG fans and let us know if this catches your fancy.
The good people at Gamespot have sat down with Nintendo of America boss, Reggie Fils-Aimé, and discussed many topics including this years E3. It’s an interesting interview so give it a watch if you’re a Nintendo fan. Although we (and pretty much everyone else) think Nintendo’s E3 was lackluster to say the least, it’s hard to deny that the Wii U seems to be picking up a little bit of steam this year. The console won’t go on to be Nintendo’s best to date but it does have a strong lineup of games headed its way this year and early next. We will see what happens.
Here is the theme you get if you preorder the new Mirror’s Edge title for PS4. Mirror’s Edge Catalyst made quite a splash at this year’s E3 and looks pretty sweet. Check out the 3 minute footage above and see if this new theme for PS4 will push you “over the edge” to throw down a preorder (sorry for the bad pun).
Here is an exciting commercial for Smash Bros showcasing all the new DLC for the game. I love the fact that Nintendo put something like this out and I wonder if they will do something similar around the world.
The new DLC for Smash Bros is available now so head to the eShop and check it out.
Here are some beautiful World of Final Fantasy screenshots for your enjoyment. World of Final Fantasy was shown during Sony’s incredible E3 2015 press conference and features the popular franchise in a cute, anime style. It’s a stark change from what we are used to with Final Fantasy but I kind of like it… It’s like a chibi-adorable Final Fantasy with pretty sweet looking environments. I may give this one a chance.
Here is a video in where president of Nintendo America, Reggie Fils Aime, stopped by the treehouse live setup and discussed some Nintendo news. The segment is just over 8 minutes in length so if you have some time, check it out.
I have played Super Mario Maker and Zelda Triforce Heroes and am pleased to report that they both play sublime. As expected, both of Nintendo’s newest titles in the 3DS and Wii U libraries are extremely fun but it’s always nice to hear it straight from someone who just played the games (my local Best Buy has the Play Nintendo promo from E3). Let’s be honest, Nintendo’s E3 digital Event was a bit of a train wreck. You know it, I know it, heck even Mr. Iwata knows it. However, if you have the chance to stroll down to a participating Best Buy, you may want to test out Nintendo’s latest two titles.
First off, Super Mario Maker. Super Mario Maker was insanely addicting and unbearably difficult (but in a good way). There are some twisted minds over at Nintendo and I LOVED every minute of it. What was nice is that when I got to my local Best Buy I was able to get some quality time with the Wii U game and I was impressed to say the least. I expected the game to be good but this thing is going to be magical! I cannot wait to get my hands on the retail copy as I want to make and create the same devious levels that I played through today.
I was very surprised that the other Nintendo rep had 3 new Nintendo 3DS systems and they were all equipped with the newly announced Zelda Triforce Heroes. While this game may have turned off some with its “spinoff” feel, it surely was fun. Fun is why we play games and there is no doubting that this game is going to be a barrel of it. I quickly became the “jerk” in the group because I couldn’t resist grabbing the other Links and throwing them off the side of the cliffs. It was hilarious to do and I just had to see their reaction and couldn’t resist. After a bit of joking around, all 3 of us began to work together and that’s when things really started to click. We worked well and had to communicate in order to get the job done. I could see how this game is going to make or break friendships and it’s going to be something fierce whenever it’s released.
Overall, I think we knew that these games were going to be something great but it was awesome to get my hands on them myself. I just wanted to report that these Nintendo titles felt great and if you have a chance to visit a Best Buy that is allowing people to check these games out, don’t miss it (be sure to look for some Nintendo goodies as well).
As always, thanks for reading. Let me know if you plan on participating in this promo.
Everyone seems to be upset with Nintendo’s newly announced Metroid Prime Federation for 3DS. If you take a gander at the screen shot above, over 25,000 people have given the video a thumbs down and have been shown their disapproval for this “Metroid Prime” spinoff. Metroid Prime Federation was shown during Nintendo’s Digital Event for E3 2015 and I will be very interested to see how they handle this going forward.
I was not impressed at all with Nintendo this year.