Monthly Archives: August 2013
Ceidz got to review Red Johnson’s Chronicles: One Against All, a traditional Point & Click adventure for the lovers of the genre. Lexis Numerique has provided us with three codes that you can win!
We’ve done it! We’ve reached 100 episodes. I can’t believe we’ve made it this far as it certainly doesn’t feel like it’s been that long. At least with the 100th episode we also received news from Gamescom that the PlayStation 4 will launch in the U.S. on the 15th of November and in Europe on the 29th of November. I’ve already taken time off to enjoy that first launch week.
Tune in this week to catch Isli, MissXya and myself discuss the news from Gamescom as well as what we did on the FFXIV beta. Isli also grills Xya with a bunch of questions regarding the game, which leaves him partially satisfied.
Muteki Corporation has just announced the release date of their upcoming 16-bits JRPG Dragon Fantasy Book II! The game will be released on September 10th, and will be Cross-buy and Cross-save for the PS3 and the PS Vita (YAY!).
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to play guitar, and you missed the first Rocksmith release, then Ubisoft has got you covered. They’ve gone back to improve Rocksmith as a whole and are set to provide us with a bigger game that goes one step further to deliver a better experience for users. You can check the video below to get an idea of everything that has changed, and be sure to click past the break to read about some of the bands that will be featured in the game…. and yes, White Zombie’s Thunder Kiss ‘65 is in fact included in the game.
Activision just announced details on the PS3 to PS4 upgrade program at Gamescom, and it is better than I expected. Upgrading COD:Ghosts from PS3 to PS4 will only cost you $10!! For more details, check out the post on …
Did you avoid buying the Zone of The Enders HD Collection because it operated worse than Optimus Prime without the Creation Matrix? Then you may wish to reconsider as Hexa Drive has tuned up the
demake remake of the PS2 classic. Performance issues were raised in our review but thankfully ZOE now plays and looks better than ever before. It’s almost as if it has been remastered.