Infinity Blade III was announced today at Apple’s iPhone event as the conclusion of the trilogy. Featuring eight worlds, each as big as the first installment, Chair promises at least 45 minutes of cutscenes. It will be released alongside iOS 7 on September 18th for $6.99, and be compatible with
“Nothing comes before the job. Not you, not me. Nothing.” Sam Fisher is back, redesigned, and ready for the next generation of the Splinter Cell franchise. Following 2010’s Splinter Cell: Conviction is an improved and exciting third person shooter with a surprising amount of replay value. Blacklist is classic Splinter
In today’s Nintendo Direct, Iwata gave updates and release windows for the upcoming Wind Waker HD, and A Link Between Worlds, the 3DS successor to A Link To The Past. Iwata revealed the title logo of the next 3DS Zelda game, and made special mention of the reverse-triforce logo, pointing
In this morning’s Nintendo Direct, President Iwata confirmed that Luigi will be on the roster for 2014’s Super Smash Bros. Screenshots from the Wii U and 3DS versions of the game put Luigi alongside other Smash Bros regulars, as well as this generation’s newest fighter, Wii Fit Trainer.
Yesterday Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics confirmed that they are working on a sequel to this year’s Tomb Raider reboot. Here’s four things we’d like to see in the follow-up!
Today at San Diego Comic-Con, Namco Bandai has announced that 2003’s Soul Caliber II will be given the HD treatment and headed to Xbox 360 and PS3 this fall. As you may remember, the original versions of the game each had an exclusive playable character for each system: Spawn (Xbox), Heihachi
In an update through the Xbox Blog, Microsoft has announced that the Xbox One will no longer require an Internet connection in order to play offline disc-based games. The blog also states that Microsoft is lifting its stance on used and traded games, saying, “it will work just as it
With every initial reveal for “the next big thing,” in this case Microsoft’s first new console in eight years, we’re always going to be left out of some key details. Price, release date, the specifics. Microsoft threw a lot a us from Redmond this morning: -A New 8-Core CPU with
EA is going to be publishing and developing new Star Wars games with DICE (Battlefield 3), Visceral (Dead Space), and BioWare (Mass Effect, Knights of the Old Republic). I, perhaps like you, read the news and responded with a groan. But how many of us did the same thing when