Daily Gaming News – 31/07/13

July 31, 2013

  • NEWS: Been in hibernation for this console generation and realised you’d better play catch up before the next-gen wave hits? Then Capcom has got the perfect game collection for you. The publisher will be releasing five of its biggest games in a “Capcom Essentials” package for both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, as confirmed by EB Games Canada. The collection will include Devil May Cry 4, Dead Rising 2, Super Street Fighter IV, Resident Evil 6, and Mega Man 10. No word of an Australian release date, but PS3 owners can always import.
  • NEWS: Good news for Wii U owners, with long-awaited adventure game Dreamfall Chapters coming to the console. The developer, Red Thread Games, confirmed the news on their Facebook page, although no word yet on whether Kickstarter backers will be able to change their desired platform.
  • NEWS: Good news for Wii U owners indeed, but bad news for Nintendo. The company has reported that they have only sold 160,000 Wii U consoles in the 2013 April – June quarter. However, the 3DS performed well, with sales driven up by first-party titles such as Animal Crossing: New Leaf and Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon.
  • NEWS: Bioshock Infinite has sold more than a whopping 4 million units across platforms, says publisher Take-Two Interactive. The game is likely to continue on its upwards trend for a little while longer, with the game’s first DLC being released today and more major story DLC on the way in the near future.
  • VIDEO: Here we go, guys: the release trailer for Dragon’s Crown.
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