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Razer Announces Synapse Open Beta

on Mon, Sep 22, 2014 | By Ryan

Razer announced today that they will have an open beta for their Razer Synapse’s new software dealing with stats and heatmaps. This will allow gamers to collect data and track their mouse clicks and keyboard presses, which will then be shown as raw data. Those who participate in the beta and want to share their stats with others will be allowed to via Twitter and Facebook....

Giana Sisters 2 Announced

on Mon, Sep 22, 2014 | By Ryan

Nintendo Life reported today that Black Forest Games are currently in development on a sequel to Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams. Adrian Goersch revealed that the reports are indeed true and they are making a Giana Sisters 2.   While the game is in early stages of development, the game will released on Wii U, Playstation 4, and Xbox One. The expected release time is “late...

Final Fantasy Director Talks Open World

on Mon, Sep 22, 2014 | By Ryan

In an interview with 4Gamer, Final Fantasy XV Director Hajime Tabata discussed how the open-world concept will be in their anticipated RPG Final Fantasy XV. The focus was mainly on this subject as it was revealed during a showing of the game at Tokyo Game Show. Below is what he said…   “In my plan book for Final Fantasy XV, I wrote it down as an ‘open-world-style...

Farming Simulator ’15 Gets Release Date

on Sun, Sep 21, 2014 | By Ryan

Focus Home Entertainment announced today that Farming Simulator ‘15 now has an official release date. Despite console version not coming out until early next year, the PC version will be available for purchase on October 30.   New features for this years game will include update graphics as well as a 15-player online play. They are also adding some additional activities...

Gundam Breaker 2 Gets Release Date

on Sun, Sep 21, 2014 | By Ryan

Bandai Namco announced today that Gundam Breaker 2 now has an official release date for it’s japanese release. This newest installment in the Gundam series will be released on December 18 in Japan.   The game will have 2 different price tags depending on whether you buy the game at retail, or as a download. For Playstation 3, it will cost you ¥7,600 in retail and ¥6,480...

Dragonball Xenoverse Coming To Steam

on Sun, Sep 21, 2014 | By Ryan

It’s almost time to get on your flying Nimbus and go get the newest installment into the Dragon Ball franchise. Although if you don’t feel like flying to your local video game store, you can always download it via Steam. Bandai Namco announced at Tokyo Game Show that for the first time in the franchise, you will be able to play Dragon Ball Xenoverse on your PC via Steam.   The...

Rust Creator Comments On Mojang Sale

on Sun, Sep 21, 2014 | By Ryan

We all know about Microsoft’s recent purchase of Mojang, but have you ever thought what other developers think about the purchase? Garry Newman, creator of Garry’s Mod and Rust, recently went on his blog and stated that in his eyes this purchase is a positive thing. Below is part of his post…   “Once you start hiring people your whole attitude changes. You’re...

Tokyo Game Show Attendance Released

on Sun, Sep 21, 2014 | By Ryan

The official attendance for this year’s Tokyo Game Show have been revealed. The organizers of the event revealed that over the 4 days of the event, 251,000 people attended the event. This numbers are down compared to last year, but it’s still the 2nd highest attendance since it debuted in 1996. 2013 saw a record 270,197 attendees. The reasoning for the decrease is the visitors...

D4 Gets Release Date

on Thu, Sep 18, 2014 | By Ryan

Microsoft announced at Tokyo Game Show that D4 now has a release date in Japan. According to the report, D4 will be available tomorrow on Xbox One in Japan.   D4 stands for Dark Dreams Don’t Die and revolves around a man named David Young who has the ability to relive past moments by touching objects while in search for the murderer of his wife. D4 was made by Hidetaka...

Unity Pro For Free?

on Wed, Sep 17, 2014 | By Ryan

Unity Technologies and Sony Computer Entertainment have teamed up and announced today that they will be giving away Unity Pro for free to licensed Playstation developers who wish to make a game for Playstation 3, Playstation 4, and PS Vita. Teiji Yutaka of Sony had this to say…   “We are very happy to begin offering Unity for our PlayStation® platforms at no additional...


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