Archive for October, 2012

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn – Alpha Version – Character Creation Footage

Source: Final Fantasy XIV YouTube Channel

ESRB Has Rated Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas & Grand Theft Auto: Vice City For PS3

It looks there may be ports, remakes, or maybe something else related to Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas &  Grand Theft Auto: Vice City coming to the PS3. Maybe this ties into the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10th Anniversary? Here’s screen captures of the ratings:

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Source: AllGamesBeta

Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation – Commercial

Source: PlayStation YouTube Channel

Tales Of Hearts R – Magazine Scan

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Source: AllGamesBeta

Rumor: Grand Theft Auto V Releasing Spring 2013?

Here’s a couple images of promotional displays for Grand Theft Auto V that seemingly indicate the game will be releasing in Spring 2013. At the time this was originally posted on AllGamesBeta, Rockstar had yet to  officially announce a release date for the game.

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Source: AllGamesBeta

New Super Mario Bros. U – Concept Art

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For a lot more New Super Mario Bros. U Concept Art, visit AllGamesBeta, linked below.

Source: AllGamesBeta

New Super Mario Bros. U – More Details

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Nintendo put out a press release today detailing more information about New Super Mario Bros. U, here’s the full release courtesy of GoNintendo:

“REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Mario’s first Wii U adventure, New Super Mario Bros. U, launches alongside the new Wii U console on Nov. 18. In addition to all the side-scrolling fun that Mario is known for, the game includes a number of special modes and features that will make players want to jump in again and again.

Challenge Mode: Challenge Mode tasks players with completing specific objectives, such as clearing a course without touching a single coin or touching the ground. There are four single-player Challenge categories: Time Attack, Coin Collection, 1-Up Rally and Special (miscellaneous challenges). Boost Mode Challenges require two players, with one player using the Wii U GamePad controller and the other using a Wii Remote controller. Once players complete a Challenge, the game saves a replay of the action so players can show off their accomplishments.

Coin Battle: Up to five players can play together and compete to see who can collect the most coins. One player will use the Wii U GamePad controller while the other four players use the Wii Remote controller. The player using the Wii U GamePad controller in Boost Mode can place Boost Blocks to help grab hard-to-reach coins. Players can also use the GamePad to edit and customize the coin layout in courses found only in Coin Battle. The coin layout can then be saved and played by the players using Wii Remote controllers.

World Map: New Super Mario Bros. U is the first side-scrolling Mario game since 1991’s Super Mario World that features a seamless World Map with named worlds and courses. The map contains many secret exits, which might change the map and cause shortcuts to appear. The worlds are interconnected, so people can play through the game in a nonlinear fashion.

Nabbit: From time to time, a creature named Nabbit will appear on the world map. Players must enter the course and catch the speedy Nabbit to recover items stolen from Toad. If Nabbit is nabbed, players receive a powerful P-Acorn, which will allow them to fly continuously through an entire stage. The only way to obtain a P-Acorn is to catch Nabbit.

Multiple controllers are necessary for multiplayer modes. Game, system and some accessories are sold separately. For more information, visit http://newsupermariobrosu.nintendo.com.”

Source: GoNintendo

Hitman: Absolution – Cinema Trailer

Source: Hitman YouTube Channel

Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault – Logo, Screenshots, Release Date, & Price

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Sony announced the release date and price for Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault. The game will release on 11/27/12 for an MSRP of $19.99. It will be available in retail and downloadable versions. It will be released for PS3 & Vita. Here’s the full announcement:

“The 10th Anniversary of Ratchet & Clank is coming up next month, and it’s been a lot of fun this year reliving the memories from our original PS2 games in the recently released Ratchet & Clank Collection. We also had a blast playing the beta of Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault with all of you earlier this fall. Since then, we’ve gotten a flood of e-mails, tweets and Facebook posts asking when you can get back to exploring the battlefield and defending your base in FFA.

We’re happy to announce Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault will be available on November 27th on the PlayStation Store and at retail. That’s right, you asked and we listened: Full Frontal Assault will be available as a retail copy for those of you who love physical copies of your games! Both the download and retail versions support cross-buy as well, so your purchase gets you both the game on PS3 and a digital copy for PlayStation Vita.

The other big question we’ve gotten a lot is “How much will the game cost?” As you know, Full Frontal Assault is a “fun-size” project that’s similar in scope to Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty. But Full Frontal is actually bigger than Booty (sorry, couldn’t resist), as we’ve added tons of new features, including the new base assault and defense elements. An even bigger addition to Full Frontal Assault is the replay value we packed in with online / split-screen co-op, and online competitive modes. Most importantly, while the experience itself may be more condensed, the game quality is bursting at the seams. We’re very proud of what we’ve created.

As such, we’re especially excited to announce that Full Frontal Assault is launching for just $19.99. Considering you get a brand-new Ratchet & Clank game for your PS3 and PS Vita, with cross-save and cross-play support for the game’s co-op and competitive multiplayer, it’s a deal that’s hard to refuse.

That’s all for now! We hope you’re excited about Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault’s launch on November 27th; if you have questions, we’ll try to answer them below!”

Source: PlayStation Blog

Need for Speed Most Wanted – Launch Trailer

Source: EAVision