Future of Castlevania series unclear, says Konami

By: Eddie Makuch The future of the Castlevania series, beyond this winter’s Lords of Shadow 2 , has yet to be decided, according to series producer Dave Cox. “What happens with Castlevania after [Lords of Shadow] is not clear, but we hope to leave it in the best of health for those who come after us,” Cox said onTwitter . Clarifying comments he made during San Diego … Continue reading Future of Castlevania series unclear, says Konami

New Tomb Raider game will lead on from comic book plot

By: Martin Gaston Square Enix’s Tomb Raider  reboot will continue in a 2014 comic book series, which will lead into Lara Croft’s next video game. The comic series, due to start on February 26, 2014, will take place after the conclusion of the first game. “We start just a few weeks after the end of the game,” said author Gail Simone to Kotaku , “and this is … Continue reading New Tomb Raider game will lead on from comic book plot

Analyst: Xbox One may have 3x more launch units than PS4

By: Eddie Makuch The Xbox One may have 2-3x more launch units than the PlayStation 4 this holiday, according to Robert W. Baird analyst Colin Sebastian. In a note to investors today, he said this superior launch allocation would give Microsoft an initial advantage, but noted supply for both next-generation systems will likely be “constrained,” leading to potential shortages . His estimations are based on supply … Continue reading Analyst: Xbox One may have 3x more launch units than PS4

The Exiled Blade (The Assassini, #3) | Book Review

By: Jon Courtenay Grimwood Published: April 2, 2013 Publisher: Orbit Series: The Assassini Genre: Fantasy, Drama, Historical Fiction Venice stands victorious, winning battle after battle. Duchess Alexa’s party in court is stronger than ever and Lady Guilette, her niece, will be the next Regent with her lover Lord Tycho at her side. However the fury of exiled regent and traitor to his city Prince Alonzo, … Continue reading The Exiled Blade (The Assassini, #3) | Book Review