The God Eater series has always rode the line between Monster Hunter clone and it’s own game. Both were successful on PSP. Both are hunting games more focused on gameplay than story. And both are super Japanese.
It’s no surprise than that Bandai Namco is ready to talk God hunting. Not monster hunting, major difference. Don’t believe me? Check out the trailer below and see for yourself. Huge difference.
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?
Its a War against Zombies! (or Zombie Fatigue, who knows.)
Alright, so something weird is shaking up in the gaming industry. It’s weird “in a creepy not sure whats going on here” way. At a time where most people are having discussions surrounding this mythical thing called “Zombie Fatigue“, what’s the least likely thing that should happen? Well the obvious answer is the announcement of a new zombie game. That wouldn’t make any sense right? Well thats just the tip of the confusion spear.
Here’s where it gets real strange. Most movie tie in games, no scratch that, all movie tie in games are usually released around the release of the movie. It kind of works to the marketing and business side of things even if the game is complete garbage. So imagine my surprise when I woke up this morning to the the cinematic gameplay trailer for World War Z. Yes, you read that right. The absolutely amazing 2013 film World War Z is getting a tie in video game at some point after or in 2018.
I would love to justify this game existence by saying “Paramount confirmed the sequel, World War Z 2, is in production” but, that really isn’t enough. That movie doesn’t even have a release window yet. So, where did this announcement come from? Honestly, I don’t actually care or care to know. It looks like its going to be amazing, its coming to PS4, and I’m going to play it proudly. No explanation needed guys, take your time cause that seems to be working so far. Check out the trailer below and let me know what you think?