Month: December 2017
Bloodborne the action RPG by FromSoftware has been successfully datamined, revealing some interesting content from the game that was cut from the final product. The clip below is the first in a series of videos that shows off bosses and NPCs cut from the final product. The video is over 8 minutes long, so sit back, relax and see what the developers thought wasn’t the right fit for the title.
Persona 5, Atlus’ eccentric high school simulator has just hit an impressive milestone. The studio announced earlier today that the title has now sold over two million copies worldwide for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 systems. Naoto Hiraoka, CEO and president of Atlus’ North American branch sees this as a positive outlook on the western market for Japanese produced games, the studio, therefore, is planning on releasing more titles for this market.
Since I bought my PS4 earlier this year I haven’t purchased a single hard copy of a game, why? Because there simply has been no need – and it seems like publishers are becoming more and more aware of this, for example, most Switch games are releasing without the full game even being on the card. Why spend the extra money on a physical copy when you can bypass production and release it digitally – at a cheaper price.
Roman Valerevich Seleznev, the son of a prominent Russian lawmaker who’s already facing a 27-year prison sentence in the United States, has been handed another 14-year prison sentence for his role in an “organized cybercrime ring” that caused $59 Million in damages across the US.
You may recall the OST for action RPG NieR:Automata releasing this March on iTunes and Amazon amongst other outlets. In September, Japanese audiences were treated to limited edition vinyl recordings of composer Keiichi Okabe’s atmospheric score. It seems we’re about to receive some more audio goodness.
To improve performance and reduce crashes caused by third-party software on Windows, Google Chrome, by mid-2018, will no longer allow outside applications to run code within its web browser.
Slain: Back From Hell is bringing its pixelated, Castlevania style battles to Nintendo Switch this week.
As otherworldly PlayStation 2 classic Shadow of the Colossus inches closer to release, developer Bluepoint Studios has shared its thoughts on the artistic direction present in the initial moments of the game.
If you’re still wrapped up in the excitement of Super Mario Odyssey, we have some good news. Nintendo of America has confirmed that Mario’s adventures will be taking a dive into the breakfast realm with the launch of Super Mario Cereal, a concoction of mixed berry flavoured grains and colourful marshmallow puffs. Sounds yum. And probably unhealthy.