Archive for March, 2013
Launch yourself into the surreal mash-up of unique cartoon graphics and 2-D physics universe that is TerRover, now on the PlayStation ®Network! Navigate through over forty stages of puzzling arcade levels in five different vivid art styles including the icy vistas of Congelata, all-tech surfaces of Mechanica, strange vegetation and terrains of Acor and Aura, and the treacherous volcanoes and lava of Volcanus! Use your wheel’s rotation, pivot center, and various weapons to overcome challenging obstacles and barriers. TerRover features three local multiplayer modes for up to four people, leaderboards and PSN trophies.
– Over 40 levels of gameplay
– Five unique and vivid 2-D art styles
– Campaign, Racing, Trial and Hotpoint Modes
– Three local multiplayer modes for up to 4 players
– Upload your favorite TerRover moments to YouTube™
– 16 PSN trophies
According to VGLeaks, Final Fantasy XIII Versus, which was previously thought to be in development hell, had actual development stopped so that they could move the project to the PS4.
The other side of this is that its rumored that Sony will be co-developing FFXV and that will make it a PS4 exclusive.
Take all of this with a pinch of salt as it is still a rumor but VGLeaks release accurate information quite often.
The long awaited HD remake is just around the corner. Final Fantasy X and X-2 will be coming out for the PS3 and Vita this year. Square Enix has confirmed that the PS3 version will include both games and will cost $40. The PS Vita versions will be sold individually however prices have not been suggested as of yet.
The best part is that the versions released will be the International versions which were not released in North America. This will add story, sphere grids and super hard bosses known as Dark Aeons to FFX.
SE has stated that they are 70% complete on this project and that they are unsure if the special end mission that was released for FFX-2 will be included as that was a separate project in Japan. Either way, I can see hundreds of hours being put into these games for myself.
Where to even start?!The graphically intense demo of Battlefield 4 featured a monstrous escape, huge gun-fights, phenomenal facial animations, an amputation(wait wut) and very little painfully dull dialogue that poisoned Battlefield 3’s single-player. DICE already has a winning formula for multiplayer, but came-out-swinging to prove that with this year’s new game, Battlefield 4, it can create a single-player campaign to match. Moving on, I’d like to point out a couple things I spotted:
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