Archive for October 11th, 2012

Sony To Release New PlayStation Store

Sony will be releasing a new PlayStation Store on 10/17/12  in Europe and on 10/23/12 in North America. Here’s some screenshots:

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european playstation store screen 4 Sony To Release New PlayStation Store

Source: AllGamesBeta

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn – PS3 Artwork

Here’s some artwork for the PS3 version of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn.

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Check out more art at the link below.

Source: AllGamesBeta

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn – PS3 Screenshots

Here’s some screenshots from Square Enix’s upcoming PS3 port of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, which is a revamp of the PC MMORPG, Final Fantasy XIV.

final fantasy xiv ps3 screen 1 Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn   PS3 Screenshots
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final fantasy xiv ps3 screen 3 Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn   PS3 Screenshots
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Source: AllGamesBeta

Two Retailers List Rockstar Games Collection For PS3

Buy.com and CD Universe have listings for a new collection from Rockstar. It’s called Rockstar Games Collection and features Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City, L.A. Noire, Midnight Club: Los Angeles Complete Edition, & Red Dead Redemption. One would think this would be released for Xbox 360 as well, but so far it’s only been revealed for PS3. Here’s the PS3 box art:

rockstar games collection box Two Retailers List Rockstar Games Collection For PS3

Source: AllGamesBeta

Ragnarok Odyssey Release Date & Screenshots

XSEED announced the release date the PlayStation Vita title, Ragnarok Odyssey, which is a portable version of the Ragnarok Online universe. Here’s the full statement from XSEED:

XSEED Games, an independent-minded publisher, announced today that the action RPG, Ragnarok Odyssey, will ship on October 30th exclusively for the PlayStation Vita handheld entertainment system in North America. Developed by veteran studio Game Arts, Ragnarok Odyssey brings the compelling Ragnarok Online universe to a handheld platform while adding action elements, allowing players to battle on the go. The game will be available in a standard edition with a suggested retail price of $39.99, as well as a deluxe ‘Mercenary Edition’ with extras including a randomized pack of 10 Monster Cards from the over 50 available in-game, a soundtrack CD containing 32 songs, and a 96-page full color ‘Mercenary Guide’ featuring a collection of art, quests, maps, and boss strategies, for an MSRP of $49.99. It will also be available for purchase as a digital download from the PlayStation Network for $39.99.

Set in the popular Ragnarok Online universe, Ragnarok Odyssey is a new handheld title created exclusively for the PS Vita. Players will enter a mythical world where humans and giants battle for supremacy after the fall of the gods. After creating a character from over 20,000 possible combinations based on customizable physical features, players are given the choice of one of six specialized job classes before entering the open world where a healthy dose of real-time, action-based combat awaits. Characters can chain together devastating combo attacks both on the ground and in the air thanks to the game’s extremely versatile combat system. Massive enemies can literally be smacked across the screen, and players can even increase their speed and agility at the expense of HP for particularly challenging battles. The game also promotes cooperative gameplay, supporting up to four players for ad-hoc and online coop.

Ragnarok Odyssey was developed by Game Arts, creators of the Grandia and Lunar series, together with GungHo Online Entertainment in Japan. GungHo Online Entertainment America will publish Ragnarok Odyssey in Europe later this year.

Here’s a few screenshots:

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ragnarok odyssey screen 4 Ragnarok Odyssey Release Date & Screenshots

And you check out more screens at the link below.

Source: AllGamesBeta

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed – Danica Patrick Trailer

Source: Sega

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Source: Memebase Video Games

Daily Recap For 10/10/12

Today we a bunch of trailers, some magazine scans, and a new Iwata Asks. As always, thanks for checking out the blog and for any and all comments. If you want to send in a news tip or give general feedback, feel free to E-mail Us, send us a message or comment on Facebook, or send us one on Twitter. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook & follow us on Twitter and check out the GameSaga Mega Store (powered by Amazon) for all your gaming needs and much more and check out the GameSaga Podcast Archive for past episodes of the show!

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Here’s today’s stories:

  • Iwata Asks – Wii U
  • Tablets Threatening Traditional Portables Market?
  • Wreck-It Ralph Video Game References
  • Need For Speed: Most Wanted – Mobile Trailer
  • Europe – Injustice: Gods Among Us Box Art
  • New Bioshock Infinite Trailer Coming Soon
  • Halo 4 Launch Trailer Premiering On 10/18/12
  • Professor Layton Vs. Ace Attorney Magazine Scans
  • Monster Hunter 4 Magazine Scans
  • Get A God of War: Ascension Demo With Total Recall…
  • Random Game Fact – Golden Sun Bad Ending

Iwata Asks – Wii U

Nintendo has posted a new Iwata Asks about the Wii U. Here’s a portion of it:

Iwata – Six years ago, the “Iwata Asks” series began with “The Wii Hardware” session1 practically by chance. I never imagined that it would continue this long. Now that we have made a successor console to Wii, I am deeply grateful for this chance to talk again. 

Today begins a series in which I would like to ask about how the Wii U hardware was made. Thank you for coming today. 

Everyone – Thank you for inviting us.

Iwata – First, please introduce yourselves. There is no need to introduce Takeda-san again, but he is a person at Nintendo who has been responsible for hardware development. 

Takeda – I’m Takeda. Thanks for having me here again.

For more, check out the link below.

Source: Nintendo