Remember Me is a new video game coming from Dontnod Entertainment and Capcom featuring a female protagonist called Nilin who can read/process memories in addition to taking down baddies with her fists. Remember Me feels like a video game version of Total Recall and/or Minority Report mixed with video game action like a Devil May Cry or Tomb Raider. There’s plenty of stuff to explore and tons of hand-to-hand combat between Nilin and numerous enemies. During Wondercon in Anaheim, California – gamers got a chance to play Remember Me hands-on and see for themselves what to expect when the game
Nostalgic gaming trips are strange things. They are, at the same time, wonderful and terrible. It’s always great to step back into a classic game. Unfortunately the memory of the game is usually better than the actual game itself. Most of us have been conditioned to expect the latest and greatest, and decades old games simply can’t hold our attention. Such is the nature of an industry that is constantly evolving and moving forward as fast as it can. Three relatively obscure titles have been assembled for the Capcom Arcade 1986 Gamepack, obscure relative to the other Capcom Arcade Cabinet
Don’t dismiss Terraria as nothing more than a glorified 2D Minecraft clone- there’s actually lots of fun to be had. Developed by Re-Logic and Engine Software, this port of the 2011 best-selling Steam game combines the exploration, crafting, and terraforming aspects of the aforementioned blockbuster building title with classic RPG and platforming elements to create a charming and addictive sandbox experience. Terraria boasts a wide array of enemies and boss battles that encourages players to keep crafting better weapons and armor, and plenty of hidden magical items strewn high above and far below the surface world to warrant hours of
Dead or Alive 5 Plus brings all the hard-hitting action of the original, along with a few extras, to your PlayStation Vita. The transition from the console to the handheld device is seemless. Tecmo Koei did a superb job in providing the full DOA experience on the Vita. What Dead or Alive 5 Plus brings to the table is the ultimate portability of a great fighting game while taking advantage of Sony’s Cross Play features. Connecting your PS3 and Vita versions of the game allows you to transfer all the costumes and titles you have earned back and forth. Believe
Guilty Gear hasn’t seen a new release in a fairly long time, with rabid fans being forced to feed on other titles like Blazblue while they waited. Now with a port of the last game in the series to a more recent console there’s hope. As a fighter, GG is a fairly hard to pick up series, though it’s that same difficulty that makes it fun. All of the characters are unique and brimming with personality, so you’re bound to find one who fits your play style. It’s a sight to behold when 8 foot tall doctor’s with a bag
RuneScape 3 was announced today for a Summer 2013 release from Jagex. The game will use a new HTML 5 engine and is built around 12 years of content. According to the developers the game will allow you to carry over previously made characters and promises to have a fully immersive experience.
Ryan Reynolds displays a stellar voice-acting performance as the witty new-age character ‘Guy’ there may be a future for him once the good looks on-screen are gone while Emma Stone shines as his lady-interest character in ‘Eep’. With so many movies now being recycled content or sequels it was refreshing to see a new take on the hero’s journey and themes regarding modern versus outdated thinking.
The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey is available now on DVD/Blu-ray. This is the theatrical release with additional materials like 10 video blogs (previously seen online), a short featurette on the various locations and a code to view the upcoming live streaming preview of The Hobbit The Desolation of Smaug on March 24th 2013.
Tomb Raider has been one of 2013′s best selling and highest-rated games with good reason. The multiplayer has been a bit polarizing in reviews but does offer some solid fun for those who choose to stick with it. Those players will be happy to hear that Crystal Dynamics has just released a new trailer for the “Caves and Cliffs” DLC for Tomb Raider multiplayer. The DLC is available now on Xbox Live and contains three new maps (Scavenger Caverns, Cliff Shantytown, & The Burning Village) for 400 Microsoft Points. Tomb Raider Caves & Cliffs Map DLC Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4qjIzBW4Rc
Epic quests and boisterous battles are coming to the 3DS in Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. Though this is a port, new features like Streetpass bring some variation to the mix. The touch screen is fully customizable as you can either put in valuable sub-menus at your finger tips or use it for a new “dynamic mode” which takes the HUD away from the action. There’s also connectivity with the Nintendo Wii U version, rewarding gamers who decide to splurge for both.