The newest Wii U game announcement takes “family fun” to a new level… that is, if your family has an octopus in it.
The PlayStation Store for North America updated on Tuesday, adding a new dynamic theme from the recent mega-hit Far Cry 4.
Wargaming has announced World of Tanks will be playable on the Xbox One later this year. Currently on the PC and Xbox 360, World of Tanks placed fifth in MMO revenue within its active communities on both platforms, beating out Dota 2, Hearthstone, and Counter-Strike Online in the online gaming earnings list.
Audiences finally got a first look into the long-awaited Kingdom Hearts III at 2013’s E3 convention and while the teaser trailer for the game hyped up Kingdom Hearts fans all over the world, it also left people wondering what to expect from the new installment in the Square Enix series.
About three minutes after playing Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix (I had to take a breather to soak all of the game in) I promptly started up the menu for the prequel to the series, Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep Final Mix. However, unlike with the previous game, I hadn’t played Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep when it originally came out on the Play Station Portable in 2010. Despite generally positive reviews during its launch, the question still lingered: how would the last-gen handheld game fare on home consoles?
Almost 10 years ago, I remember sitting in my basement during middle school, anxiously waiting for my PlayStation 2 to load Kingdom Hearts II so that I could start playing. The past few weeks, I found myself doing the same thing, only this time it was with my PlayStation 3, while cramped in my college bedroom. And, just like back then, excitement welled up inside of me that would continue while I played the game, as well as much longer afterwards. The Kingdom Hearts series has captivated many Square Enix and Disney fans alike over the years. Whether looking for similarities to Square Enix’s Final Fantasy series or just enjoying the childish wonder that Disney brings, Kingdom Hearts II has generated interest and appeal from players and fans alike.
‘Tis the season for holiday cheer – and reduced-priced games. Sony has announced a PlayStation 4 bundle for the holidays that includes the console and a choice of one out of four games, all for $399.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare players will soon be able to show off their gaming prowess with an exclusive set of armor.