In startling news, it would appear From Software and Bandai Namco like money. That’s right, despite Dark Souls III still being in development, the game’s creator and From Software President, Hidetaka Miyazaki, has said that it won’t be the last game in the series. Continue reading Dark Souls III won’t be the last game in the series
Enjoy the new trailer while you wait
While a specific release date for Final Fantasy XV won’t be confirmed for some time, the game’s director, Hajime Tabata, seems committed to a 2016 release date as he told Eurogamer:
“We really wanted to say something else, so we’ve got something we’d like to say – you won’t be waiting until 2017. We want to get that across. We want to reassure people that we are going to get it out.”
It’s only been in development for ten years, so it’s probably almost done in all fairness. We quite enjoyed the recent Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae demo and have been impressed in the way Square Enix used feedback to make adjustments to the game and then release a beefy patch for the demo to try out the new changes. More of this sort of thing please developers! but maybe don’t force players to buy a different game to get access to the demo, that’s a bit naughty.
When also asked about the possibility of sequels in the XV universe (as there were in the XIII series), Tabata replied: Continue reading Final Fantasy XV will release in 2016 apparently
9am is an early time to watch EA talk about sports, mobile guff and have awkward special guests on stage. But in between you might just see some red hot footage of the games you really want to see. We’re talking Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, Star Wars: Battlefront, Mass Effect Andromeda, Need for Speed, and more importantly, Unravel. Continue reading Here’s how to watch EA’s Gamescom 2015 Presentation
Gamescom 2015 is kicking off within the hour with Microsoft’s Gamescom 2015 presentation and you can watch it right here. We’re expecting big things from Microsoft, especially as they were boasting that they couldn’t fit everything into their E3 presser.
Expect/hope for some fresh footage of Quantum Break, Crackdown, Scalebound, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Gears 4, Forza 6 and maybe even some brand new games. We’ve said it before, but Phil Spencer and co really have an open goal here with Sony not bothering to attend this year. Is that something they’ll regret by this evening?
We’ll have full analysis of the presser shortly after it’s conclusion, but tune in at 3pm UK-time to see for yourself below. Continue reading Watch Microsoft’s Gamescom 2015 Presentation here