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Pokemon Art Academy Coming To North America

on Fri, Aug 22, 2014 | By Ryan

As if some of us don’t already have enough Pokemon games in our collection, it was announced that Pokemon Art Academy will be coming to North America.   Pokemon Art Academy is not much of a game, but rather a software application that teaches you 2D illustrations using different pokemon as the subjects. The player will then be allowed to put them on SD cards and print...

Playstation Home Ending In Japan

on Fri, Aug 22, 2014 | By Ryan

Sony announced on their japanese home website that they will be ending Playstation Home in Japan. The company decided to stop adding new content back in August, which pretty much indicated they will be shutting down the service in the near future. The service will be shut down in Japan in March 2015, but will continue to operate in America and Europe. Share this:Click to email...

Most Desired Employer?

on Wed, Aug 20, 2014 | By Ryan

We all know the stories about the perks of working at a company like Google, but have you ever wondered what the best video game company to work for is? A recent survey done by the Independent Game Developers Association did one just for game developers. The number 1 ranking went to Valve studios beating out all the other companies including the option of running their own...

Dynasty Warriors 8 Delayed

on Wed, Aug 20, 2014 | By Ryan

Tecmo Koei has announced that Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires has been delayed. Instead of coming out on September 25, it will not be released on October 23. This is due to the company’s decision to increase the quality of the game. Dynasty Warriors 8 will be available on Xbox One, Playstation 3, and Playstation 4 in Japan. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in...

Wow Expecting Subscription Growth?

on Wed, Aug 20, 2014 | By Ryan

In a recent interview with MCV, World of Warcraft Lead Designer Tom Chilton was asked if he expects the game to have a surge of growth from subscribers after their new expansion Warlords of Draynor is released.   Below is what Chilton had to say…   “We really don’t know if it will grow again. It is possible, but I wouldn’t say it’s something...

Puyo Puyo Tetris Coming to Xbox One

on Wed, Aug 20, 2014 | By Ryan

Japanese magazine Famitsu recently revealed that Sega is planning on released their puzzle game Puyo Puyo Tetris to Xbox One and Playstation 4. While no official release date has been announced now, it was revealed that these version will include 4 player multiplayer as well as all previous DLC currently available for the other systems it is on included. Share this:Click to...

CyberConnect 2 Working On Original Title

on Tue, Aug 19, 2014 | By Ryan

During CyberConnect 2’s CC2 Summer Campaign 2014 they revealed they are working on a new major product. This was revealed by CC2 President Hiroshi Matsuyama. This new game will be announced in the near future, and is expected to be announced at Tokyo Game Show. CyberConnect 2 has worked on original games such as Tail Concerto, but it’s not classified as major. The company...

WoW Getting Price Increase

on Mon, Aug 18, 2014 | By Ryan

Earlier today a Blizzard moderator announced that there will be a price increase on player’s monthly price to play World of Warcraft. The price will go up for gamers in the U.K. from £8.99 ($15.00) to £9.99 ($16.72) per month. Prices for 90 day and 180 day subscriptions will also increase. The reasons for this increase are cited as “changes in light of local and regional...

Huge Name Leaves Bungie

on Mon, Aug 18, 2014 | By Ryan

Joshua Rubin, the writer for Destiny, has announced via Twitter that he is leaving Bungie to join Telltale Games. When asked by Gamasutra he reasoning for leaving, he replied that his big reason was to focus more on story aspects of games and not the FPS games that Bungie is famous for. Below is an excerpt… “In the end, Bungie makes games about shooting aliens in...

King’s Quest Reboot?

on Mon, Aug 18, 2014 | By Ryan

Since Activision announced they will be bringing back the Sierra brand at Gamescom, the company has also announced they will be working with The Odd Gentlemen to develop a reboot the classic point and click game King’s Quest. While not much is known about the game, Activision’s MacLean Marshall revealed via Twitter that it won’t be a point and click game. “There’s...


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