Coming up to a less than stellar holiday season for the performing less than stellar Wii U, Nintendo is still working on some hot products; Zelda and Metroid. Zelda Wii U was advertised back at E3 2014, supposedly coming out in 2015. Since then, the title has been moved to TBA 2016. Metroid, on the other hand, has been given no significant news in regards to the Wii U. Now, we have some statements from Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of sales and marketing, Scott Moffitt. Continue reading “Nintendo Exec talks Zelda and Metroid Prime Wii U”
Games Done Quick has launched this week, so speed-runners will be beating games in only a couple minutes. Dozens of speed-runners and dozens of games will be played in only a couple of minutes in some cases. You can check out their schedule to look for any games you’re interest in seeing be done quickly, which automatically converts to your timezone. If you see something you like, feel free to donate, as all donations go to Doctors without Borders.
Some games I’m looking forward to are; Metal Gear in 40 minutes with Big Boss rank, Fallout in 15 minutes, and catching all 151 Pokemon in Pokemon Blue in 2 hours and 20 minutes.
I’ve decided to debut a new weekly article where I pick 5 songs that I really like that I think you should all take a look at. They’ll be in no particular order, this isn’t a top five; it’s just a handful of songs I thoroughly enjoy. In fact, just because another game fits this category, doesn’t mean I like it less then other songs, it just means I want to share this one. Each week will have some kind of theme to it, be it genre, style, game series, console, publisher, or many other things. Continue reading “Songs for the Week of July 26th”
The incredibly popular app is finally coming to Android markets. Fallout Shelter was made by Bethesda to hype up Fallout 4’s coming release in November, but it’s popularity quickly made it an incredibly amount of money. Though initially exclusive to iOS, the app has made it’s way to Android, and I couldn’t be happier that more people get to play it.
As Elder Scrolls Online enters the console market, they hit a few bumps in the road. Creative Director of ESO: Tamriel Unlimited, Paul Sage, has quit the company, and begun working at Gearbox Software as a Creative Director for an unknown project. Sage is being replaced by Rich Lambert, who was the Lead Content Designer for ESO.
“We can confirm that Paul left ZOS after the launch of ESOTU on console,” said an official Admin on the official Elder Scrolls Online forum, “He, along with rest of the team, are very happy with how the game is doing and we wish him the best in his future endeavors. ESOTU continues to be in great hands with Game Director, Matt Firor and new Creative Director, Rich Lambert, overseeing development.”
Back in April, The Elder Scrolls Online lost lead gameplay designer Nicholas Konkle to League of Legends developer Riot Games.