Watch Dogs is just a month away from its launch, and Creative Director Jonathan Morin has shared some new details regarding various aspect of Watch Dogs via Twitter. Morin first revealed the control scheme of Watch Dogs and also confirmed Season Pass and DLC content.
Another Indie sensation has been announced for PlayStation 4, Drinkbox has just announced "Guacamelee: Super Turbo Championship Edition" for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U and PC.
Drinkbox confirmed that Guacamelee: Super Turbo Championship Edition will feature all DLC content released so far, and few new boss battles, levels, new character abilities and many more things.
Release date is not yet announced. We have contacted Drinkbox for some more details. Watch the announcement trailer Guacamelee: Super Turbo Championship Edition showing some new abilities of characters and more.
"Guacamelee is the story of Mexico's Juan Aguacate, a down on his luck man who sets out to save the world when El Presidente's Daughter is kidnapped by an Evil Charro Skeleton."
"The story takes place in and around a small village in Mexico, and has the player travelling through alternate dimensions including "The World of the Dead" and "The World of Nightmares" on his quest to rescue the girl he loves."
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The latest issue of GameInformer Magazine carries first review of some of the big release of February 2014, "Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Lightning Return: Final Fantasy XIII and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze".
The publication awarded Castlevania: Lords of Shadow an average review score of 6, and Lightning Return: FFXIII got 7. Wii U exclusive was the only title that managed to receive a near perfect review score of 9.25.
We have few important points about all these games from GameInformer review. Read them all below.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2
Claims nearly every attempt this game makes to "stray from its fundamental kill room formula ends in failure".
Reviewer loved the first game, said "Unfortunately this sequel is as fresh as a whiff of garlic breath".
Good new combat mechanics but enemies stun locking you out of combos from across the map while you fight with the camera.
Reviewer hates the modern setting, its filled with generic alley ways, factory levels.
Says there was one stealth segment that was the worst of its class. The more traditional Castlevania settings are better.
Says there is one great level with the toy maker, outside of that most of the game is just ground previously covered in the first game.
"This shambling monstrosity is composed of chunks from other, better games"
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze:
Seems like generic worlds, ice, beach, jungle but "the variety is amazing"
Ride minecarts through saw mills, dash through a forest with a raging fire, etc.
Great difficulty balance, bonus stages are a bit ridiculous in difficulty though that is expected.
Water levels return, are very fun, better to control with analog stick than d-pad. For some reason you have to access the menu to pick one or the other.
Dixie and Cranky add new moves that work best to reach certain collectibles or specific platforming challenges. Rotating barrels allow you to select the best Kong for the job.
"Local Co-op is as much a mixed bag as the first installment."
6 worlds instead of 8 in the last game. But each level is larger. Reviewer says it rather have a smaller collection of the best levels Retro can make than a more bloated game with less quality levels and that is exactly what this game does.
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII
Worst of the Lightning series but not a bad game.
Real time combat makes battles feel more about skill than feel automated.
Game has easy and normal difficulty choices, cant change once you start the game. Its a hard game so the reviewer says to be afraid to choose easy.
That said the reviewer states the challenge of normal makes the battles thrilling.Says there is flexibility in the combat and battles are exciting.
Biggest change is the time system, all you have is 13 days, has its drawbacks.
Forces you to plan your time accordingly which can lead to entertaining time management.
Doesn't allow the time to delve into certain gameplay systems, like killing a species of monsters off for great loot. That needs lots of grinding which you cant do much of.
Many side quests are poor dull fetch quests that have annoying restrictions like only happening in a certain time of day.
You are forced to do quests cause that is how you level up. Cant choose how you level up each quest assigns the upgrades.
Fighting still matters as it gets you money and EP used for spells.
Calls the story a joke, feels like a non-canon spinoff that would be in a comic
Says this game swapped out systems that worked in past games for some that don't hit the same high notes.
Alien: Isolation, upcoming horror-stealth FPS from Sega will not arrive on Nintendo's Wii U, as confirmed via game's official Twitter account. However no reason was provided for eliminating Wii U from platform list.
According to us, SEGA might be of the opinion that not enough players will purchase Wii U port of Alien: Isolation and so there's no point in taking the trouble and risk.
This is really sad news for Nintendo fans, SEGA who have been one of the strong support of Nintendo taking back steps when it comes to supporting Wii U, the most troubled console in the history.
What you guys have to say about SEGA's decision of not releasing Alien: Isolation on Wii U?, share your views with us in the comment section below.
Alien: Isolation take place 15 years after the events of Alien and star Amanda Ripley, daughter of Ellen Ripley. Most, if not all of the game is spent on a single space station. Watch first official Gameplay trailer HERE.
@Krawzorz Right now, we don't have plans to put the game on Wii U.
According to Chart-Track, Xbox One has sold around 150,000 units across UK since its launch on November 22, which is double the launch week sales figure of Xbox 360, it was 70,000.
Now here comes the interesting part of the story, an anonymous source close to MCV, Xbox One launch week sales figure is just few thousand consoles away from life-time sales figure of Wii U across United Kingdom.
MCV further add that before the end of this week, Xbox One will easily cross the lifetime sales figure of Wii U in UK.
Nintendo Wii U worldwide sales figure is 3.91 million, since its launch in December 2012.