New Gameplay trailer for Pokken, courtesy of IGN
This may be the most random piece of gaming news you’ll read in a while, someone out there has unearthed the real name of Nintendo mascot Yoshi.
Discovered in an official Nintendo Character Guide from yester year of 1993, some biographical information about Yoshi reveals that the green dino’s real name is…T. Yoshisaur Munchakoopas.
Lets just let that mouthful sink in shall we. Take a look at the image below to read more about the history of Mario’s egg-cacking mushroom-munching noble steed.
New information regarding Pokémon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire have come to light, the new Pokémon games that will be released later this year. A new type of Mega Evolution so called “Ancient Devolution.” Groudon and Kyogre will have a special ancient form instead of a Mega Evolution that we have seen in the previous game.
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So this is the next generation of a ‘Keep Fit’ game, kind of a mix between Guitar Hero (but using your feet and and other body parts) and Wii Fit.
Lets see how this game ‘shapes’ up against the Wii Fit games
Dying Light is a zombie apocalypse-themed game set in an open world similar to South American slums and cities. During the day, players traverse an expansive urban environment overrun by a vicious outbreak, scavenging the world for supplies and crafting weapons to defend against the growing infected population with a heavy focus on free-running mechanics. Players also can customize the four characters in the game.
BRAND NEW FAR CRY 4 TRAILER!
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It was announced that the continuation of Microsoft’s DLC deal with Activision, which will see Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare content arrive on Xbox first. The Sledgehammer-developed shooter was then shown via a gameplay demonstration. You can pick up the new CoD offering on November 4.
Do you feel its fair that Xbox gets the DLC before everyone else or do you think its totally justified?
Excited for the ‘next generations’ version of Assassin’s Creed?
Well, after watching this, we most definitely are!
Today at E3, EA showcased some combat-filled gameplay from Bioware’s upcoming RPG, Dragon Age: Inquisition.
During the fight, we get to see both a more in-your-face third-person view and a tactical top-down view as the group faced off against the Dragon Age world’s apex predator, the high dragon.
Dragon Age: Inquisition arrives to PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3 and PS4 on October 7, 2014.
That’s not all: as suspected, Groudon and Kyogre will have new forms in the new Pokémon remakes, Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire.
The information comes from CoroCoro magazine scans posted by Pokemon website Serebii.
According to Serebii, Mega Sceptile (aka Treecko’s mega) is a Grass/Dragon type Pokemon and will have the “Lightning Rod” ability. Mega Swampert (aka Mudkip’s mega) will retain his typing, but will have the “Swift Swim” ability
Groudon and Kyogre’s mega evolutions, meanwhile, are a little trickier. Technically, their new forms are called “Ancient Devolution,” though that name might be different in the English release of the game—remember, this is all translated from Japanese. The new forms for these legendary Pokemon will have some sort of prehistoric tie, which explains why the box art made both Pokemon look slightly different from their normal forms. Looks like the conspiracy theories were right!
Additionally, some of the story for the remakes will revolve around a character trying to dig into Mega Evolutions, but details are scarce right now. Team Aqua and Team Magma both make a return as well, though that’s not exactly surprising.