Here is your first look at the spiritual successor to the Banjo series entitled Yooka-Laylee. Made from the creators of the famous Banjo-Kazooie titles, the game looks to be no doubt influenced by the popular series and will be kicking off its kickstarter campaign tomorrow. Check out the video and let us know if this is something you guys would check out.
Here is an all new look at Project Morpheus. Although it’s a very quick glance at the device, it’s still promising to see some new footage. We fully expect to see more on Sony’s VR headset come E3 and maybe we will hear some release info come June.
Check out this quick video and let us know if this catches your fancy.
The good people at GameInformer are reporting that Microsoft is indeed bringing their augmented reality project entitled HoloLens to this year’s E3. While we weren’t expecting this, I am extremely excited to see this product as it looks as though it’s a device straight out of the future. If you’re eager to hear more about this interesting new technology you won’t have to wait long as June is right around the corner.
In addition to releasing a new YouTube channel for the device, Microsoft’s revamped HoloLens website confirmed that this augmented reality headset would be showcased at E3 this year.
Count us in Microsoft. So much potential!
The PS Plus lineup of games have been revealed for May. Players who own any of Sony’s machines will be able to download the games that are featured in the video above so be sure to check it out. A steady flow of decent indie titles are featured so if you are looking for something different to play, you may want to download some of these titles.
Take a look and let us know what you want to see on PS Plus.
The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are in and you can find the numbers below. Sony is sitting on top of the charts taking the top 2 spots while the New 3DS LL rounds out the top 3. Check out the latest Japanese hardware sales numbers below and let us know what you think:
PS4 – 20,112
Vita – 15,467
New 3DS LL – 13,981
Wii U – 7,210
New 3DS – 5,329
PS3 – 4,248
3DS LL – 1,253
3DS – 1,095
Vita TV – 558
Xbox One – 201
Check out the gorgeous Mighty No.9 boxart everyone. The game is headed to pretty much every system known to man but this is a shot of the Wii U boxart. Deepsilver also announced that the game will be headed to store shelves as well as digital stores this September.
Check out the box art and let me know what you think.
This just in, Mewtwo is now available for purchase for Super Smash Bros. For those that didn’t register Super Smash Bros for both the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U, you can now go to the eShop and purchase Mewtwo at $4.99 for both the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U, or $3.99 for one of them.
Make sure you jump on your Wii U today and purchase him.