Nomura: Development on Final Fantasy Versus XIII is steadily continuing

By: Erren Van Duine Final Fantasy Versus XIII’s development is steadily continuing, according to Testuya Nomura.. Full details from our initial report on his interview with Famitsu magazine have surfaced online with the vast majority of the content focusing on Kingdom Hearts HD. Following those words, Nomura broke the silence on his flagship project Final Fantasy Versus XIII. This marks the first time he has … Continue reading Nomura: Development on Final Fantasy Versus XIII is steadily continuing

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Final Fantasy XIV’s “Cross Hot Bar” is reminiscent of the PS3′s own XMB menu

By: Erren Van Duine The PlayStation 3 version of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will feature an all-new menu set up specifically tailored for consoles. While the name and brief details of what is known as the “Cross Hot Bar” were revealed several weeks ago, Famitsu now has even more information on the PS3 version of the upcoming MMORPG. The PlayStation 3 version of … Continue reading Final Fantasy XIV’s “Cross Hot Bar” is reminiscent of the PS3′s own XMB menu

Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD ReMIX was in development before Final Fantasy X HD

By: Erren Van Duine This week’s Famitsu follows up with yet another interview with Tetsuya Nomura. In addition to last week’s reveal on Kingdom Hearts HD, the director briefly comments on Final Fantasy X as well as the status of Final Fantasy Versus XIII. Speaking with Famitsu, Nomura revealed that the decision to start on Kingdom Hearts HD was done before Final Fantasy X, which … Continue reading Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD ReMIX was in development before Final Fantasy X HD

Ubisoft teases ‘big’ Splinter Cell announcement

By: Eddie Makuch Ubisoft is gearing up to make a “big” Splinter Cell-related announcement. The official Facebook page for Splinter Cell was updated today with a stylized piece of art depicting a portion of what appears to be series protagonist Sam Fisher’s face, and a message beckoning the community to “like” the image to reveal more. No further information is available. In June, it was … Continue reading Ubisoft teases ‘big’ Splinter Cell announcement

Riot addresses issues at League of Legends playoffs

By: Eddie Makuch Riot vice president of eSports Dustin Beck has sounded off on cheating allegations and connection issues that rocked day three of the League of Legends World Playoffs. Writing on the League of Legends forums, Beck called the day “disappointing,” adding that steps are being made to remedy issues moving forward. “In hindsight, the potential visibility of minimap screens for players was a … Continue reading Riot addresses issues at League of Legends playoffs

No Zombies mode in Black Ops Declassified

By: Eddie Makuch Next month’s PlayStation Vita game Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified will not have a Zombies mode. The news comes by way of Activision community manager Dan Amrich, who explained on his One of Swords blog that standard multiplayer took priority during development. “That’s the core experience, and that simply needs to come first,” Amrich wrote. “There’s always a list of things you want … Continue reading No Zombies mode in Black Ops Declassified

Atlus USA Announces Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends Of The Titan

By: Shawn Collier   (@ShawnCollier) Ever since its Japanese release earlier this year, fans of Atlus’s Etrian Odyssey franchise, which started back on the Nintendo DS, have been wondering when the publisher would announce their localization plans for the newest Nintendo 3DS entry. That time is now, as the game has now been officially announced for North America. Etrian Odyssey IV plays similarly to its predecessor … Continue reading Atlus USA Announces Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends Of The Titan

Game Fixing Resident Evil 6 Patch Now Live On PSN

By: Darryl Kaye   (@DarrylGU) A new patch has been released for Resident Evil 6 on the PlayStation Network which fixes a major problem with the game. The day one patch rendered copies of the game which had been downloaded via PlayStation Store unplayable. This lead to Capcom stopping the release of the patch and telling those affected to re-download the game. Gamers who purchased a … Continue reading Game Fixing Resident Evil 6 Patch Now Live On PSN

How Assassin’s Creed III Is Hurting Liberation

By: Spencer Pressly   (@torchwood4sp) At the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo otherwise known as E3 the fate of the Playstation Vita was still in an unsure state. Fans of Sony’s newest handheld were hoping that the Sony press conference would show off tons of great new Vita games and show that they had something to look forward to in the handhelds future. The biggest game announced … Continue reading How Assassin’s Creed III Is Hurting Liberation

Level 5 bringing SUDA51’s Liberation Maiden to Europe

By: Mark Walton Professor Layton developer Level 5 is bringing three of its previous Japan-only 3DS releases to Europe. Up first is Liberation Maiden, a 3D sci-fi shooter created by SUDA51 that puts players in command of a humanoid robot called Kamui. It’s available to download immediately from the Nintendo 3DS eShop for £7.19. Following shortly after in November is Aero Porter, a puzzle game … Continue reading Level 5 bringing SUDA51’s Liberation Maiden to Europe