Manga fans unite! (Well Shonen fans.)
The Shonen Jump has the most recognized portfolio of Manga series ever. From Dragon Ball to Yu-Gi-Oh, most of the most highly commercialized successful characters wave the Shonen flag. Yet, none of the mash ups thus far have capitalized on this universe.
The good news is the latest attempt looks like it’s finally got it figured out. And it’s coming real soon.
Jump Force will be available February 15th, 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Pre-ordering the game will net you Freiza’s Pod as a Lobby vehicle and 3 exclusive costumes. There’s also a $260 collectors edition available for the super fans (yes, that’s me).
Are you excited for Jump Force? Let us know in the comments section below.
Posted in Articles Tagged with: 2019, anime, ball, date, death, dragon, february, force, jump, manga, note, one, pc, piece, ps4, release, Shonen, xbox, yu yu hakasho, yugioh
Are you ready to stream Xbox games?
Early this morning Microsoft announced their official entry into the cloud based streaming world. Project xCloud is the Microsoft vision of the future of gaming. While the plan is still very early in development, Microsoft says they will begin public trials at some point in 2019.
For those of you thinking “Wait, didn’t they say this when they announced the Xbox One?”, you’re absolutely right. The blog post makes quick mention of the previously announced Azure Cloud, a smart move considering we haven’t heard much with that name since the original announcement.
Where xCloud seems to differ heavily is that it carries a focus on not only allowing gamers to play on any console or pc but also mobile. Specifically stating “giving mobile-only players access to worlds, characters, and immersive stories they haven’t been able to experience before. Microsoft says they are internally testing input controls to make sure all the games transition seamlessly between the various platforms.
What do you think, is Project xCloud the next big thing in gaming?
Posted in Articles Tagged with: 2019, azure, cloud, console, gamer, games, Microsoft, mobile, one, pc, project, square, streaming, xbox, xCloud
Oh snap Microsoft is showing up with the big ones this year! Alongside the announcement of Mouse and Keyboard support for Xbox One Microsoft brought out some exciting news. It’s party time for everyone around the world who loves Xbox.
XO18 is, according to Phil Spencer himself, an event for Xbox fans around the world.
All the details are available on the official Xbox website, but I’ll wrap it all up for you. XO18 will be hosted on Saturday, November 10 during the fourth-annual Xbox FanFest in Mexico City. Fans outside of Mexico will be able to join in on the exciting announcement via the live stream that will be setup as an episode of Inside Xbox. To generate even more excitement Microsoft has promised announcements from both first- and third-party developers. It’s time to hear the word exclusive before every trailer guys!
Personally, even as a Playstation fanboy, I’m excited for this upcoming XO18 event. How are the Xbox fans feeling?
Posted in Articles Tagged with: developers, event, exclusive, fanfest, first party, México city, Microsoft, official, one, phil spencer, third party, world, xbox, xboxone, XO18