Totally did not forget yesterday’s news.
- NEWS: A demo for Project X Zone is available on the 3DS eShop. Why not give it a go?
- NEWS: If you haven’t yet picked up a PlayStation Vita, maybe this will entice you: Sony is dropping the local price for numerous games. Uncharted: Golden Abyss and Resistance: Burning Skies will now retail for AU$39.95, meanwhile LittleBigPlanet, Battle Royale, WipEout 2048, Unit 13, Gravity Rush, and Smart As… have all dropped to AU$29.95.
- NEWS: Speaking of Sony, you can watch the first episode if the unofficial The Last of Us fan webseries What Remains here.
- VIDEO: New Dragon’s Crown trailer :). In Japanese :(. At least enjoy the pretty moving pictures.
[youtube id=”wJRGa-GAU8U” width=”600″ height=”350″]
- NEWS: Rumour had it that Legacy of Kain was getting a reboot. Grape vine told us it all went kaput. Maybe not? According to a recent driver profile for AMD, and the Steam registry, something called War of Nosgoth exists, with a logo and everything. Fans will recognise Nosgoth as the setting for Legacy of Kain. Will we be hearing something at E3? Maybe!
- NEWS: At around 10pm on 31 May, Nintendo will be hosting a Japanese Nintendo Directs dedicated to two upcoming titles: Monster Hunter 4 and Ace Attorney 5. You’ll be able to watch the stream here, but note it will be entirely in Japanese. Unfortunately both of these titles have not had localisations announced.
- NEWS: After much speculation, a press release has confirmed Rayman Legends for PlayStation Vita, to release alongside the Nintendo Wii U, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 versions. The Vita release will include five exclusive Murphy themed maps, as two bonus costumes.
- VIDEO: Minecraft famous Mojang’s next game, titled Scrolls, has a release date: 3 June. It also has a price: $20. And finally, it has a trailer.
[youtube id=”ZdZpx2vyCm0″ width=”600″ height=”350″]
- NEWS: Namco Bandai has launched a mysterious teaser website, showing no more than a neon mobile phone, slowly updating with icons. What could it be?
- NEWS: A recent financial briefing from Square-Enix has given insight into the company’s forward moving policy. The publisher will be focusing on releasing more sequels, faster, to best selling franchises, as they feel that waiting too long fails to economically use existing engines and assets, and lets the franchise drift from the minds of gamers as they move on to other projects. The publisher will also be exploring console-like experiences for smartphone devices. Sequels to Tomb Raider, Hitman, and Sleeping Dogs were implied, as the investment into each game broke even.
- VIDEO: Folk are reporting that after over a decade, fans have discovered an entirely new side quest in Final Fantasy IX. You can watch the discovery below.
[youtube id=”9vYMDCuS_lA” width=”600″ height=”350″]