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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution (360, PC, & PS3) – Jump Magazine Scan Reveals Senju Hashirama & Uchiha Madara As Playable Characters
GameZone reports that according to a recent listing on the Microsoft Store, Batman: Arkham Knight may be releasing on February 24, 2015. This information has since been removed from the Microsoft listing, so either it was incorrect or it was posted before it was supposed to be. The only confirmed date for the game thus far is 2015.
If you have played through 2012′s Mists of Pandaria expansion for World of Warcraft, chances are you probably know that when you pick Pandaren as your race you are forced to choose a faction, either Horde or Alliance when you leave the starting zone known as The Wandering Isle. But what if you could reach level 90 and stay neutral? One such player accomplished this seemingly daunting task. A player appropriately named Doubleagent.
How did Doubleagent manage to accomplish this impressive, albeit time consuming goal? He simply never picked a faction and thus never left The Wandering Isle, remaining neutral. Since enemies stop giving experience after you out level them significantly and there’s only a certain number of quests available, he finished leveling all the way to 90 by simply gathering minerals and herbs from the various spawn points around the island. He also did this without being able to mail items or gear to himself since this area of the game does not have mailboxes. Doubleagent also logged around 173.5 days of played time on this character
Some have asked why he didn’t just wait until the next expansion’s instant level 90 boost. Well if you use this, it requires you to pick a faction and leave The Wandering Isle. Others have asked how he got back to The Wandering Isle. But what these players didn’t realize was that he didn’t go back, he just never left.
Doubleagent has announced that he plans to remain on the island and level to 100 (the new max) once the next expansion, Warlords of Draenor is released.
Friend & Foe Games, former members of The Last Guardian dev team, have announced a new project coming to PC called Vane. They describe Vane as “a single-player game…[that] focuses on unraveling the mysteries of an unknown land via exploration, puzzle-solving and other features yet to be revealed, in an atmospheric and powerful setting. ”
So it sounds like it’s going to be a game where you have to explore everywhere to find out what’s going on and proceed through the game. They also released the above images which they said are screenshots. It’s possible the game may come to other platforms as well as PC, but that is up in the air. They also said it would be released when it’s done, so don’t expect to see Vane coming out for a while.
If you’re trying to avoid spoilers for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, you might want to stay off the Internet for a while and/or not visit certain websites. It appears that someone hacked a CD Projekt RED employee’s Google Drive account and then posted various images and details to 4Chan which then got posted on Reddit. The images don’t show that much in the way of spoilers just some concept art and a few details about enemies, nothing too major from what we could tell, but there are documents floating around talking about endings to the game, so if you don’t want to be spoiled, you should try to avoid those. We’re posting the images after the jump in case you don’t want anything spoiled.
GameZone recently interviewed Destiny Senior Environment Artist Jason Sussman at Bungie and while he didn’t confirm that the the studio will be releasing the game on PC, he didn’t rule it out either. In regards to Destiny possibly coming to PC, Mr. Sussman stated:
“We have a lot of PC games within the studio, and my works at Valve, so I love PC games. But right now, as a studio it’s a challenge to launch on four consoles.Who knows what the future holds, but right now we’re so focused on the four consoles.”
So if you’re holding out hope that the game may release on PC one day, well, you still you have some hope left, but it probably won’t be happening any time soon.