Author Archives: Jaime "Paco" Sifontes
A couple of days ago, a rumor that surfaced from 4chan came up with an image that seemed to give hopes of a possible Vita iteration of the Next-Gen Bungie title, Destiny. The title this time around would be called “Destiny of Spirits.” It doesn’t matter though because the image has been confirmed by Bungie to be completely false, per IGN.
With the game’s release looming over us, the fine people over at NIS America have provided us with a new trailer detailing TaE’s unique approach at combat. It also shows off the amazing looking visual aesthetic to the game – it undeniably looks like an anime. Check out the video below,and while you are down their let us know your thoughts in the comments too.
North American PS Plus Additions for May have been Announced!
As usual, the guys at Sony let us know what to expect this month in terms of PS Plus, and I must say guys, this shaped up to be a pretty good batch of games. (Note: Games may necessarily be released in this order.)
Back in August of 2012, City Interactive pulled the curtain on their mystery title previously referred to as “Project RPG.” While the codename is among the most uninspired titles in recent memories, it was unveiled to be an Action RPG called Lords of the Fallen. While the name sounds like something straight out Transformer’s mythos, the game is actually more akin to a medieval fantasy a la Witcher or Dark Souls. Basically, my kind of game. However, what kind of game is this going to be? It has been a little under a year since any solid information, however a recent interview between Eurogamer and Exective Producer Tomasz Gop has provided some much desired information on the game.
That being said, the same piece of concept art shown almost a year go is all that is available still; hopefully some in-game screens become available in the near future. Until then, behold (or refresh your memory) with this!
You’ve done it fans! It may have taken several years, but it is official. EarthBound will be making its way to the US and EU Wii U Virtual Console some time later this year.
In what was one the finest Nintendo Directs, the big N has dropped a bomb of an announcement for any JRPG enthusiast. Per Nintendo Direct, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will be making its way to EU and US shores in 2013 and 2014, respectively.
Soul Sacrifice Demo Arrives in NA on April 16th and EU on April 17th!