Microsoft can’t possibly be in a good mood now, seeing as pirates can already snatch Epic Games’ latest project, a full month ahead of its release date. Advertisements
Ni no Kuni has been out for almost a month now and our editors have been itching to discuss the finer points about the game. We all agreed Studio Ghibli’s visuals are amazing and the score very impressive, but do we agree on everything? When does anyone agree […]
Earlier this month we reported the delay and now non-exclusivity of Rayman Legend for the Nintendo Wii U, even though series creator Michael Ancel protested Ubisoft’s decisions.
Yesterday during the PlayStation Vita live-stream from Japan, SCEJ President Hiroshi Kawano announced a price drop for the device in Japan. The handheld Sony system is now only 19,980 Yen. With the price drop being announced for Japan, I reached out to Sony Computer Entertainment Australia about the […]
Naruto Returns Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 will released on March 5 in North America, March 8 in Europe and April 18 in Japan for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Jamie Briggs manages Analog Addiction and you can like them on Facebook, follow his daily life on […]
Survival of the Funnest The Croods Prehistoric Party will be released April 11 on Nintendo Wii, Wii U, Nintendo DS and 3DS consoles. Jamie Briggs manages Analog Addiction and you can like them on Facebook, follow his daily life on Twitter @JamieAA and his videos on YouTube.
Could Quantic Dream have something planned? This Wednesday is the much anticipated PlayStation Meeting, ever since the announcement of this event the rumours have been flying stating that this will be the unveiling of the PlayStation 4. Some are even speculating what new games could be on show […]
During the Nintendo Direct event held last week, Nintendo announced that The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time would be available at a special price. The digital download version of the game, found on the Nintendo eShop will cost AU$39.95/ NZ$59.95/ EU£19,99 until 21/2/13.
Sony has released the fourth entry in it’s mini documentary series, the Evolution of PlayStation. This one focuses on Sony’s foray into the handheld market.
Ever since the release of the first Rock Band in 2007, Harmonix has consistently provided weekly downloadable songs for plastic instrument enthusiasts.