The road to release may have been a long one, but it is paying off for Team Ninja with early sales success for Nioh. Continue reading Nioh Achieves Early Sales Success, Rewards Players
Been chomping at the bit for more Nioh since its last demo in April? Well good news, another demo is coming this August. Continue reading Nioh getting another demo on PS4 this August
This week was full of interesting news! Then again, it’s never not interesting when it comes to the MONG Podcast crew! Double negatives! The crew covered the possible Rise of Iron Destiny DLC leak, Pokemon Apex, a custom Pokemon game for the adult fan… get your mind out of the gutter. Last but not least, because there were three more stories covered, was the Nioh beta which recently ended on the PS4 and how developers Team Ninja are changing the game for the better based on feedback! Continue reading MONG Podcast 123 | Easy As ABC
Following its alpha demo last month, Nioh, the Samurai-based Souls–like RPG from Team Ninja, will receive many changes formed from the criticism found in player feedback. Continue reading Nioh: the changes to come following alpha feedback
The release of Nioh has been more than ten years in the making and now in 2016 the game will finally be released on the PlayStation 4. While an exact release date hasn’t been revealed, news from the PS Blog details when gamers can test out the title. Continue reading Nioh Alpha Demo Headed to PSN Later This Month
A new trailer from Japan shows Hyrule Warriors on the Nintendo 3DS, along with two additional, playable heroes.
Omega Force and Team Ninja have teamed up to bring the 3DS version of Hyrule Warriors. As seen on the Wii U, the gameplay is inspired, or rather shared, from the Dynasty Warriors series, while combined with the essence and lore from The Legend of Zelda.
In the trailer, we see two new characters to pick from: The King of Hyrule and Tetra, both characters from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. At the end of the preview, we also see compatibility with the 3DS version of Hyrule Warriors with its Wii U counterpart.
Unfamiliar with Hyrule Warriors? You can find our review of it here.
Personally, I think this is a great idea. Porting large console games onto a small handheld device is something we are beginning to see more and more as the 3DS ages. Let’s just hope that Nintendo plans on pre-installing the previously released DLC from the Wii U version.
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Dead or Alive, if you’re playing on PC, you can’t win. Hakkon’s jaws will finally be shattered soon for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 users. Grand Theft Auto is getting stabilized and the new Halo 5 trailers de-stabilized our views of the Chief and revealed when we’ll get answers!
ROUND 3. FIGHT!
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round has had a rather troubled launch so far. The game was supposed to launch February 17th on all platforms, but technical issues saw the PlayStation 3 release pushed back a week (with the Steam release moved to March 30). The past couple weeks have seen a myriad of players complaining of game-breaking bugs in the current-gen and Xbox 360 releases, some resulting in losses of save data for previous versions of the game. It looks like a big mess. While Team Ninja tries to sort all that out, I was able to spend some bug-free time with the far more stable PS3 version of the game. Are the last round of updates to Koei Tecmo’s 3D fighter worth a third look? Continue reading Dead or Alive 5 Last Round Review (PS3)
When Dead or Alive 5: Last Round launches on February 17th, it will boast the largest roster (34 fighters) and costume selection (over 300 costumes) in the history of the fighting series. Continue reading Kick, Punch, Bounce, With DOA 5: Last Round Launch Trailer