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WWE 2K15 reveals first part of roster with superstar panel

WWE and 2K Sports held the first of a two part roster reveal Monday night on WWE Network. After last year’s event it’s no surprise that Ric Flair was nowhere to be seen. Current superstars Roman Reigns, Cesaro and Sheamus joined Hulk Hogan, Sting and Stone Cold Steve Austin to talk wrestling and WWE 2K15. more »

WWE 2K15 gameplay trailer releases, roster reveal after Monday Night Raw

Oh yes, it is almost time for WWE 2K15 to eat, sleep, conquer and repeat. There is a brand new trailer featuring some gameplay including some of the superstars’ signature moves. This year’s installment changes up a lot of the gameplay. There will be a greater emphasis on chain wrestling and making the product resemble more »

Rebuild of Evangelion in Tales of Zestiria makes no sense, but still rocks

It may seem a bit early to start getting excited about Tales of Zestiria, the next installment in Bandai Namco’s Tales series. I mean, the game isn’t going to be released . The thing is, its collaboration with the Rebuild of Evangelion is too good to wait. We need to start getting excited about this more »

Do the Wakfu on Steam

Wakfu is possibly the most popular MMO you never hear anything about. I saw it a few years ago at New York Comic Con and was immediately engaged by it, but somehow I forgot to actually get into the title. The availability of Wakfu on Steam as of September 18th is a gentle enough reminder that more »

Xbox Live update for week of September 19, 2016

There’s a whole bunch of goodness in the marketplace this week. Leading the Xbox One marketplace offerings is the surprise release of D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die. It’s another head trippy game from Swery 65, the mind behind cult favorite Deadly Premonition. It follows the saga of Detective David Young, who can travel through time more »

Bioware has unleashed a mysterious ‘Green Cloud’ on Australia

Well, here’s something interesting. BioWare appears to be trying to sneak a game up on us, and they would have gotten away with it, if it weren’t for those plucky Australians. The Australian ratings board mentioned, as part of the usual paperwork, that a game from BioWare codenamed “Green Cloud” had gotten a rating. It more »

The Goat Simulator iOS and Android versions are wreaking havoc everywhere

Those concerned about the hooved, horned, and prehensile-tongued menace that is the goat should probably avoid iTunes and Google Play for a few weeks. The Goat Simulator iOS and Android ports are here. They’ve popped up inexplicably and without warning, and we all will have to face the prospect of people we know acting like more »

Everyone wins if Square Enix helps Steam become a JRPG destination

Square Enix is bringing Final Fantasy XIII to Steam. We all have mixed feelings about this. The other day, Final Fantasy IV also hit Steam. We have less mixed feelings, with a touch of apathy because that freakin’ game is on like, everything. But that’s not all. Trails in the Sky debuted on Steam recently, more »

Nintendo eShop Update for September 18, 2014

How do you spell anticlimactic? E-S-H-O-P! Yes, today is one of “those” updates. There are new and games, but none of them are really worth getting excited about. It’s bound to happen on a week where the two most exciting, eShop exclusives are Virtual Console titles, and was probably arranged on purpose so the just-released more »

Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition on discs in about 2 weeks

Sony has good news for people who are still leary of the all-digital future. People who prefer to have a disc-based library can enjoy the Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition soon. Physical copies of the game will be here before you know it. Well, not exactly before we know it. The PS4 version of Minecraft will more »

TGS 2014: Vita is technically getting Final Fantasy Type-0 too

Square Enix made a lot of enemies when it announced Final Fantasy Type-0 HD was a at E3 2014. Vita and PSP owners were incensed, since the game made its debut there and there had been huge fan campaigns designed to convince the company there was a market for this particular game outside of Japan. more »

TGS 2014: Deadly Premonition creator releasing new Xbox One game Sept. 19

This one came from nowhere, and I couldn’t be happier. Deadly Premonition made 1,000 “Best Games You Never Played” lists. It featured a Twin Peaks-ish setting in which an investigator hit town to solve some brutal murders. It developed enough of a cult following to get a director’s cut re-release. Just before Tokyo Game Show more »