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Monthly Archive for February, 2015

Sucker Punch’s Unannounced PS4 Game to Have “Unique Clothing Lines” for “Compelling” Characters

It’s known that Sucker Punch is working on a new open world PS4 game, even if it’s not known if it’ll be another inFAMOUS or a completely new IP. What just surfaced know, though, is that its characters are going to be rather fashionable.

Sucker Punch’s Unannounced PS4 Game to Have “Unique Clothing Lines” for “Compelling” Characters

The Digital Games Fallacy

What is wrong with digital games? Blogger Arthanis goes over the pros and cons of the current game digital distribution market.

The Digital Games Fallacy

Episode 31 | Interview with Dev Michael Mendheim

In Episode 31, 4 Guys with Quarters began the show with a pre-recorded interview of Michael Mendheim, the creative mind behind Mutant Football League (releasing on PC, Xbox One, and PS4)! After the interview, 4 Guys with Quarters flew through a bunch of gaming news stories from the past week, including Fable Legends going free-to-play and Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious. After talking about the newest releases 4 Guys with Quarters gave their thoughts on the newest Deals/Games with Gold. Near the end of the show 4 Guys with Quarters gave away $25 LeapTrade credit, courtesy of LeapTrade.com!

Episode 31 | Interview with Dev Michael Mendheim

FFVIIs One Winged Angel in Major Key Sounds like Cheerful Christmas Music

CraveOnline: “When it comes to gaming there are few songs as well-known as Final Fantasy VIIs One Winged Angel. Its a dark and ominous song written by composer Nobuo Uematsu that, in some ways, is one of several elements that have given the game a long-lasting impression. This piece comprised of powerful symphonic beats and choir-sung latin lyrics referring to Sephiroth and his manic ways is considered one of the best boss battle songs in history, played only during the games final encounter.

But what happens when you flip the key of a legendary piece like “One Winged Angel” from minor to major? Well, YouTube user tspeiro not only wanted to know the answer, but decided to venture out and find the answer.”

FFVIIs One Winged Angel in Major Key Sounds like Cheerful Christmas Music

Pocket Gamer: Titan Attacks Review

Pocket Gamer: Titan Attacks! has a bit of a problem in the naming department. While something like Shadow of the Colossus lives up to its name by having you literally overshadowed by colossi, only a small portion of Titan Attacks! is given over to actually, y’know, attacking titans.

Pocket Gamer: Titan Attacks Review

New iOS version of classic RPG NetHack gets it working on iOS 7, and beyond

Pocket Gamer: Future Shock Software has released iNethack2 today after pulling iNethack from the App Store.


New iOS version of classic RPG NetHack gets it working on iOS 7, and beyond

3DS, Vita and PS4 Dominate Japan; The Order Does Well & Halo Pushes Xbox One: Weekly Top 50 Released

Like every week Media Create released its full top 50 sales chart, revealing some interesting data for the Japanese market related to the period between February 16th and February 22nd.

3DS, Vita and PS4 Dominate Japan; The Order Does Well & Halo Pushes Xbox One: Weekly Top 50 Released

Source: Rockstar developing monumental Grand Theft Auto V story content

GCO: “In addition to the online Heist, a source close to Rockstar Games has revealed that studio has been developing a monumental piece of Grand Theft Auto V story downloadable content.”

Source: Rockstar developing monumental Grand Theft Auto V story content

Darkness Rising: An Examination Into the Need for Grittier Stories

Many developers have been going darker with the tones of stories lately. It’s time we stop asking definitively if this is a good or bad thing and consider the artistic value at hand.

Darkness Rising: An Examination Into the Need for Grittier Stories

The company selling Chinas Xbox One lost almost $3M in 2014

Techinasia:
BesTV, the company that Microsoft partnered with to release its Xbox One in China, is doing OK according to the companys 2014 fiscal report. But the subsidiary company thats in charge of the Xbox One? Thats not doing so hot. Techweb reports that it lost RMB 17.24 million (US$2.75 million) in 2014.

Beyond launch sales of 100,000 units (including preorders), it isnt clear just how well the Chinese version of the Xbox One has sold. Some loss may be expected at the launch of a console given the investment necessary in terms of marketing and prep work, but the BesTV subsidiarys figures certainly dont suggest that the Chinese market warmed up much to the console after its initially lukewarm reception. Neither do public ecommerce sales figures: Tmall has shipped fewer than 200 units of the console in the past month, for example.

The company selling Chinas Xbox One lost almost $3M in 2014