Left Behind, the acclaimed downloadable content for The Last of Us, will be getting a standalone release on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 on May 12.
The download will cost $10, and there will also be a price drop on the PS3 downloadable content on the same day.
Although a sequel isn’t in development, BioWare states that fans should “never say never” when it comes to returning to the Jade Empire universe.
“Well there’s always hope,” BioWare Edmonton and Montreal general manager Aaryn Flynn said in a Q&A with Kotaku. “Both [BioWare developers Mark Darrah and Mike Laidlaw] worked on Jade Empire, so they’re advocates for it in the studio (so is Matt Goldman, DAI’s Art Director). I worked on it too!”
“Our plate is awfully full right now, but the idea to go back to the universe does come up pretty regularly,” he added. “Mark and I spent a solid two hours in my office talking about it not long ago…” Continue reading
SuperData, a market data and insight company. could have just spilled the beans on a brand-new Resident Evil, possibly Resident Evil 7, in its February revenue report.
“We anticipate this month’s downturn to level off during the coming few months, following a regular seasonal pattern but expect to see an upswing as the next editions of several major franchises like Halo and Resident Evil come out in the 2015 fall season,” read the report.
There’s no indication that SuperData could possibly hold that kind of information but, as a data analyst firm, they could possibly hold Capcom’s future revenue plans.
In midst of reports of that Kojima Productions would be disbanding, Konami have announced that, after Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain release, they’ll continue to developer new entries into the Metal Gear series.
In addition, Konami also reiterated that The Phantom Pain will release on September 1st, as originally planned. They’re also posting an advertisement for main staff lead development of the series. Continue reading
Telltale Games, at SXSW, revealed that its upcoming “Super Show,” which combines a traditional television show and interactive entertainment, won’t be with Lionsgate Entertainment.
Recently, Lionsgate made a “significant investment” in the developer. Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer even joined Telltale’s board of directors,
Lionsgate had said the investment will allow “the two companies to explore opportunities to co-develop existing and original IP into episodic games and television.” Continue reading
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, at his SXSW panel, revealed that Telltale Games have some The Walking Dead related new to share.
“BTW, look for @telltalegames TWD news really soon. Or harass @kevbru or @jobjstauffer until they break,” tweeted Skybound Entertainment, who delegated the panel.
Back at the San Deigo Comic Con, Telltale Games confirmed that there would be a third season of The Walking Dead. “There will be a third season of The Walking Dead,” confirmed CEO Kevin Bruner alongside Robert Kirkman at the time.
During a developer session at EGX Rezzed, developer Dontnod Entertainment revealed that the second episode of Life is Strange will release on March 24th on all platforms.
Double Fine Productions’ Tim Schafer, at the 2015 British Academy Games Awards, reflected on his career and the titles he would most like to revisit in the future.
“The world of Psychonauts is so interesting because you can just keep creating more brains every time you meet somebody and wonder what the world inside their brain looks like,” Schafer told Destructoid.
Schafer also mentioned Brutal Legend, as the title holds an amount of promise. “It’s kind of already designed because we had to throw away half that game to get it done two years late,” said Schafer who insinuated that he wanted to work with Jack Black again. “It’s a lot easier to imagine going forward with that or Psychonauts.” Continue reading
By Tim Smith
Many people like to have a gaming or entertainment room in their home. Whether you like video or table games, you will enjoy these ideas. Your basement is most likely the best place to set up your gaming room, but you can use any room in the house that is bare.
If you want to install table games like ping pong, pool or air hockey, keep in mind that you will need an additional three to five feet of space around these tables. Consider adding some wallpaper in the room that matches your table games. A hockey arena crowd wallpaper would fit in very nicely with an air hockey table room. You can even go as far as adding a penalty box in the room in case someone gets out of hand while playing the game. This makes the game a lot more interesting when playing with friends and family. Continue reading