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  1. Jason Clement

    Xbox Brand For Sale? Hmm

    This isn't the first time this rumor has been floating around, but it's weird enough to be interesting (in my opinion, anyhow). Apparently there are rumblings that Microsoft is exploring ways to possibly sell the Xbox brand off. It sounds weird because technically Xbox One sales are ahead of what Xbox 360 were in a similar time frame, but the lack of Xbox One's traction against PS4 (with the latter now pulling back ahead of Xbox One after holiday sales) and Microsoft's increasing focus on other sectors, it sort of makes sense. The thing is, the Xbox brand is so expensive that it limits potential buyers significantly and almost doesn't make sense for anyone in that group to buy it, so Microsoft may just be stuck with it. The article mentions that it doesn't make sense for Apple (they'd do their own thing first), Google (not interested in games), and a lot of others, though Amazon and Netflix are said to be possibilities that make sense. Also, if you think about it, the news about Phil Spencer's departure seems to corroborate this report somewhat; it does seem to make sense. Will it actually happen? I doubt it. What do you think? Do you think Microsoft will sell the Xbox brand?
  2. Many fans are already aware that LEGO Jurassic World is the next LEGO game on the dock from TT Games, set to coincide with the upcoming blockbuster movie of the same name (minus the LEGO part). Today, Warner Bros. revealed a first look trailer which reveals what we can expect to see in the game. Surprisingly, the trailer is light on actual content from Jurassic World and instead reveals a fairly surprising element: the gameplay actually spans the entire four movies in the series rather than just the new film. You'll play such characters as Alan Grant, Ian Malcom, and more as you make your way through some of the films' most classic moments (the T-Rex chase, raptors in the compound, etc.), and it will all be tied to the movies' voice track and music as well. While the game will take you to several of the different islands (such as Isla Nubar and Isla Sorna), it's unclear whether each will have an open-world element to them such as previous LEGO games have. Either way, with four movies to cover, LEGO Jurassic World is bound to have a ton of content to play through. LEGO Jurassic World is slated for release on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Wii U, 3DS, PS Vita, and PC this June. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsCO_h8qVpQ Source: Press Release Are you looking forward to LEGO Jurassic World?
  3. Jordan Haygood

    Rock Band 4 Announced for 2015

    Call your former band mates up, because it's time for a reunion! That's right, Rock Band 4 is finally coming! It's been over four years since the world last got a taste of the Rock Band franchise in the form of Rock Band 3, and about two years since songs stopped being added to its digital library. Since then, many gamers found themselves with little reason to pull their plastic instruments out of storage. Well, with a new Rock Band on the way, Harmonix has a pretty good reason for you to use those instruments once again, given that you have the console that directly succeeds the one you have instruments for (and still have the instruments, for that matter). Of course, if you don't, there will be new instruments you can buy with the newest iteration of their beloved franchise. With more details for the game expected to be announced at this year's E3, Rock Band 4 is slated for release by the end of 2015 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Sorry, Nintendo rockers, but Harmonix has decided to skip the Big N with this one. Harmonix, who is working independently this time around, announced the news alongside a short documentary clip. You can watched that clip below: Source: Harmonix Blog Are you excited for Rock Band 4? What are your thoughts on this announcement?
  4. It's 2015, folks. Brace yourselves and your wallets, because it's going to be a bumpy ride. If anything, this year is set to be another big one in regards to the amount of great games set to come out. From Sony to Microsoft to Nintendo, each of the Big Three all have major titles on the way, and the big third parties all have their big titles coming as well. But let's not forget indies as well as a number of small devs are churning out what will arguably be some of the best games this year as well. In light of this, we've polled a number of the GP staff, and here's what they're most looking forward to in 2015. Jason Clement - Editor-in-Chief - The Legend of Zelda (Wii U) Mainline console Zelda games are the Uncharted games of Nintendo. In the last decade we've only gotten two brand new entries so when a new one does release, it's an exciting time. What makes The Legend of Zelda for Wii U so anticipated by many is that it looks to deliver on taking the series to even newer heights with its massively open world, seamless gameplay-to-cutscene integration, and the best visuals the franchise has seen to date. We still have no idea what the story is at this point (or what the eventual subtitle will be), but if it can deliver on top of everything else, The Legend of Zelda for Wii U has the potential to be the best game in the series yet. Also looking forward to- - New Fire Emblem (3DS) - Star Fox (Wii U) Marcus Estrada - Managing Editor - American Truck Simulator Euro Truck Simulator 2 is one of those games that people think is a total joke until they give it a shot. After finally settling down behind the wheel of a digital big rig I understood and wanted to do nothing more than ferry packages between locations. Of course, I had no idea what any of these cities were. American Truck Simulator is poised to bring that same weirdly addictive trucking gameplay back but placed in a setting I'm actually familiar with. Sure, the sprawling countrysides may not be so different but I'll definitely have a better sense of scope if my goal is to drive from San Diego to Los Angeles or from Florida to Ohio. At least if things go according to plan, American Truck Simulator will be coming on February 20th! Also looking forward to- - Yakuza 5 - The Fruit of Grisaia Barrel - Staff Writer, Moderator - Bloodborne My thoughts on the Souls games have constantly fluctuated. I wouldn't really label myself as a hardcore fan of any particular entry but rather as someone who has become increasingly curious about the series moving forward. Yet, before I knew it, I've religiously played each entry with renewed interest due to their highly varied player progression, challenging bosses/scenarios, intriguing multiplayer integration, and thoroughly connected world exploration that feels genuinely rewarding (and not just a means to ride a horse in samey, bloated environments). Oh, and I also bought a PS4 much earlier than I intended to on the basis of playing the spiritual successor, Bloodborne, early. In any case, Bloodborne looks like a refreshing departure from its predecessors with its many sweeping changes to the combat mechanics and general setting, and I can't wait to get my hands on it. Also looking forward to- - The Witcher 3 - Xenoblade Chronicles X Leah Santa Cruz - Staff Writer - Persona 5 Persona 4 was one of those games I randomly decided to buy and it was probably one of the best gaming decisions in my life. It's become one of my all-time favorites and it is a very important game to me. As such, Persona 5 is something that I am immensely looking forward to this year (and I RARELY get hyped for anything anymore). With Persona 5, I am hoping for more of the magic that Persona 4 brought while still being able to be its own unique thing. Just thinking about everything that Persona 5 has to offer gets me so excited, such as what the characters and story will be like. Now let's hope that it does come out this year and isn't delayed again! Also looking forward to- - Story of Seasons - Armikrog Julian "Ludono" Rittmayer - Staff Writer, Moderator - Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Short is the list of franchises I still get hyped up about, and Metal Gear Solid ranks toward the top of that list. Each main entry in the series has been quite—pardon the pun—solid, and I have no fear that my faith in Hideo Kojima will be unfounded. Indeed, last year's bite-sized Ground Zeroes only added more fuel to the fire, giving us a taste of the reworked engine, the new controls and providing an excellent preview of what's to come! The closer we get to release, the more we find out about this game, with new-and-improved Metal Gear Online mode coming alongside The Phantom Pain. Some may say it's too early to call, but I can easily see this game becoming my Game of the Year down the road... Also looking forward to- - Resident Evil Revelations 2 - Rise of the Tomb Raider Jonathan Higgins - Staff Writer - Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker ATLUS, I love you. Both Devil Survivor: Overclocked and the original Devil Survivor 2 take up the #2 and #3 spots in my 3DS Activity Log (behind—you guessed it—Pokémon Y) with 415 hours across both games. They combine the best gameplay elements of Fire Emblem, Dragon Quest, and Pokémon. Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker features twice the content of the original version and a complete overhaul that does what Devil Survivor: Overclocked did for its original version from 2009. There will be voice-acting, outstanding visuals, and so much stuff to do that I“m bound to spend 200 more hours in modern-day Japan fighting demons as a bunch of high school kids. Also looking forward to- - Radio the Universe - Codename: S.T.E.A.M. Chris "WildCardCorsair" Garcia - Staff Writer - Splatoon It isn't every day you hear Nintendo reveal a new IP, and even rarer for them to tackle anything resembling a shooter, but at the end of the day Splatoon couldn't be more Nintendo-ish if it tried. The zany character designs, catchy tunes, and original approach to the arena shooter genre screams "must own" for me. And now with the latest Nintendo Direct we even have info on character customization, weapon availability and that sweet, sweet in-game hub. I don't even have an inkling of how many hours I'll likely be spraying paint all over everything like Jackson Pollock with Parkinson's. Not to mention it's another game for my Wii U; sounds like I'll be one happy clam. Also looking forward to- - Codename S.T.E.A.M. - Persona 4: Dancing All Night Which games are you looking forward to in 2015? Let us know in the comments!
  5. Given the long-winded nature of development on Tetsuya Nomura's games, it would seem to the regular fan that Kingdom Hearts III's release is still a way's off (at least another year or two), but according to Bill Farmer (Goofy's voice actor in the game), the much anticipated title may be closer to releasing than you think. Farmer mentioned on Twitter that Kingdom Hearts III would release in 2015, and after being pressed by a fan, he mentioned that that's what Square Enix keeps telling him. What's interesting about this is that he responded more than once about this to different fans, so it would seem he seems pretty certain about this. However, it's worth noting that, even with Farmer's quotes, a release in 2015 is far from confirmed at this point. Square Enix has yet to make an official announcement regarding the game's release, and while it's possible they may have projected for it to release in 2015 at some point, it could also just as easily (and very likely) be pushed back. In any case, take this with a grain of salt since it isn't official, but you can check out the Twitter exchange here. Source: kh13.com, @GoofyBill (via Twitter) Do you think Farmer could be right? Might we see Kingdom Hearts III in 2015 after all?
  6. Ori and the Blind Forest was one of the best looking new games shown during Microsoft's press conference at E3 2014; however, it looks like you'll be waiting a little bit longer to play it than previously expected. Moon Studios announced the delay on their website today, saying that they made the decision along with Microsoft Game Studios in order to put the final layer of polish on what they hope will be an "unforgettable experience." In the meantime, you can check out a new gameplay footage below. Ori and the Blind Forest will now be coming to Xbox One and PC in early 2015, with an Xbox 360 release following later in the year. Source: OriBlindForest.com What are your thoughts on the delay?
  7. Crystal Dynamic's much anticipated sequel Rise of the Tomb Raider might be another year away from release but, thankfully for fans, their follow-up to 2010's Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light has just gone gold and is being primed for release soon. Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, like the predecessor, will be more puzzle-oriented than the action-heavy main Tomb Raider series, and again feature such elements as mirrors, time bombs, twisting gears, falling platforms and more as you navigate the temple by yourself or with a friend. To celebrate the announcement of the game going gold, the development team has released a developer diary that details the puzzles that you'll encounter in the game; you can check it out below. Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris will release on Dec. 9 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Source: Press Release Are you looking forward to Lara Croft's return to a more puzzle-oriented game?
  8. For much of the year, Microsoft's Xbox One has been lagging behind the current console sales leader PlayStation 4, though if Microsoft's recent announcement about shipment numbers have anything to say about it, the Xbox One could be closing the gap between it and the PS4's sales. Not surprisingly, the Xbox One's recent limited-time price-drop from $399 to $349 (until January 3) has had a dramatic effect on sales momentum, with sales tripling from the previous week since the price-drop went in effect on November 2. Now Microsoft is reporting that 10 million Xbox One units have been shipped/sold to stores. Of course, this means that there are 10 million Xbox Ones out there, but that doesn't mean all of them have sold through to consumers just yet. Microsoft had sold 7.42 million units as of the end of September, but it's not hard to imagine that the company will sell through to 10 million by year's end (or before, due possibly to Black Friday). For now, it looks like the console war is evening up between Microsoft and Sony. As for Nintendo's Wii U, the number of units sold have passed 7 million as of the end of October. Source: Xbox Wire Are you more interested in buying an Xbox One now due to the current price cut?
  9. In recent days, Ubisoft has revealed that all versions of the upcoming Assassin's Creed Unity will be locked at a standard 30 frames-per-second (fps); a controversial decision to many fans given that the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and high-end PC's should be very capable of running the game at 60 fps if a game is optimized for it. What's sure to add more fire to the flame is Ubisoft's newest reasoning on the matter—it simply looks better to them that way. In an interview with TechRadar, Nicolas Guérin, world level design director on Unity stated: "At Ubisoft for a long time we wanted to push 60 fps. I don't think it was a good idea because you don't gain that much from 60 fps and it doesn't look like the real thing. It's a bit like The Hobbit movie, it looked really weird." Guérin also suggested that the industry is collectively dropping the 60 fps standard since it's hard to achieve and is "not that great" in terms of rendering quality of the picture and image. Unity's creative director, Alex Amancio, similarly stated that 30 fps "feels more cinematic" and that it feels better for everyone at that rate, also adding that it allows them to push the limits of everything more that way. However, he does note that 60 fps is ideal for shooters; just not for action-adventure titles. Source: TechRadar What do you think? Does Ubisoft have a point in their reasoning, or do you disagree with the way it's being handled?
  10. The world got its first updated look at Final Fantasy XV last week with new video footage surfacing from the Tokyo Game Show last week, but how far along is the actual game development? According to Kotaku, the game's director, Hajime Tabata indicated that the game's progress stands at roughly 55% complete. Tabata also mentioned that this percentage only represents the last two years since he first joined the project, saying that the development could be looked at in two parts—before he joined on, and afterward. He also made mention that there were a few matters that had complicated the development, such as switching platforms entirely as well as the three different teams working on it (gameplay team, CG team, and the game engine team) not being unified until recently. With the game now at 55% and after some two years, it stands to reason that there may be at least another 1-2 years left (if not more) before the game finally releases. For now, Square Enix has announced plans to release a demo for Final Fantasy XV with the release of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD when it releases next year on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Source: Kotaku Are you surprised at where the progress stands on Final Fantasy XV's development at the moment?
  11. Wondering when you'll be able to get your hands on Square Enix's upcoming HD port of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD? Good news, friend; the game now has official release dates for North American, Japanese, and European territories. As previously suspected, it will arrive in 2015, and, in recent Square Enix fashion, will release in March. More specifically, March 17 in North America, March 19 in Japan, and March 20 in Europe, making it a near-worldwide simultaneous release. Interestingly enough, it will also mark the third official Final Fantasy (fourth, if you count the recently released Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call) released in a year and half's time, following the release of Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster. In other related news, Final Fantasy Type-0 HD director Hajime Tabata is now the sole director overseeing the remaining development on Final Fantasy XV. Source: Press Release Are you excited for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD's release next year?
  12. In the long wait for Final Fantasy XV's release, some news emerged today regarding its status. One big announcement was that Tetsuya Nomura, the game's original director, will no longer directing production on the title. Instead, its co-director, Hajime Tabata (director of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy Type-0) will take over the reins of that position. As for Nomura, Square-Enix mentioned that he will focus his efforts on other titles now, including Kingdom Hearts III. Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda commented that Tabata and the rest of the Final Fantasy XV development team are working towards completion on the game's production and ensuring the "highest quality Final Fantasy title to date." Though IGN notes that Nomura's new focus is part of a development restructure within Square Enix, one has to wonder if management was unsatisfied with the slower nature of the progress on Final Fantasy XV over the years (it was originally announced in May 2006 under the name Final Fantasy Versus XIII before being publicly changed to its current title a few years back). One thing for certain is that his increased focus on Kingdom Hearts 3 can only be a good thing for fans having previously helmed the first two games and with the series effectively being his brainchild. In the meantime, a new trailer was released for Final Fantasy XV at TGS 2014 showcasing some impressive visuals. Source: IGN What are your thoughts on Nomura leaving FFXV's production, and what did you think of the new FFXV trailer?
  13. Aaaaaand the other thing I saw that excited me incredibly was the reveal of this game. This means we potentially have up to 3 Resident Evil games launching in 2015. Resident Evil REmake HD, Resident Evil 7 (confirmed to have been in the works since October of 2012,) and now this. Again, like the Persona 5 announcement trailer, let's discuss. I wanted to make a few separate threads for these just because when you have one big news post it can tend to get a little cluttered in terms of comments. I know it's literally just a concept trailer that shows nothing except that the game exists, but I'm happy it does. Revelations was a step back in the right direction in terms of Resident Evil. While it may not have been perfect, and I actually would have preferred it as Co-Op, it definitely impressed me. How about you guys? Thoughts, concerns, comments?
  14. Big news coming out of Microsoft's press conference at Gamescom 2014 in Cologne today, and perhaps the biggest piece yet is the revelation that the much-anticipated Tomb Raider sequel, Rise of the Tomb Raider, will in fact be exclusive to Xbox One. Crystal Dynamic's Darrell Gallagher spoke out on the announcement and what it means for the brand. "We believe this will be a step to really forging the Tomb Raider brand as one of the biggest in gaming, with the help, belief and backing of a major partner like Microsoft," Gallagher mentioned. "This doesn“t mean that we“re walking away from our fans who only play on PlayStation or on PC. Those are great systems, with great partners, and amazing communities. We have Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris coming to those platforms this December, and Tomb Raider: The Definitive Edition is available on PS4." What isn't entirely clear is if Rise of the Tomb Raider will be exclusive for to Xbox One for life or if it's a timed exclusive. GTTV's Geoff Keighley has mentioned that the official line given to press is that the game is "exclusive to Xbox One for holiday 2015," giving possibly some hope to fans that they may eventually see it come to PC and PS4 sometime after that. For now, we'll have to wait and see. In the meantime, Rise of the Tomb Raider is set for release only on Xbox One this upcoming holiday season. Source: IGN, Twitter (Geoff Keighley) What are your thoughts on the news about Rise of the Tomb Raider being exclusive to Xbox One?
  15. Jason Clement

    Resident Evil Remake Coming in 2015

    It was originally remade for the Gamecube some 12 years ago but now Capcom is finally remaking the original Resident Evil for the modern era. This new versioin of the game will feature enhanced textures, resolutions, 1080p support on next generation consoles, classic and enhanced control schemes, the option to choose 4:3 or 16:9 widescreen aspect ratios, and even remastered sound with 5.1 surround support. Of course, the story involves the origin of the whole saga, with the player taking on the role of S.T.A.R. team members Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine as they investigate the disappearance of Bravo Team in Raccoon City and must survive their way through the mysterious mansion there. No release date or pricing has been announced just yet, but you'll be able to buy Resident Evil digitally in early 2015. Source: Press Release Are you interested in replaying Resident Evil on today's consoles?
  16. Mass Effect producer, Michael Gamble, took to Twitter today to get fans input for the upcoming Mass Effect title. His tweet reads, "Help us make the next Mass Effect game the best one yet. Id appreciate it if you folks did this short survey..." The survey, which can be found here, asks fans a number of questions about their gaming habits, their favorite aspects of the Mass Effect franchise, and even whether or not they cosplay. Clearly, Bioware is interested in getting an idea of what gameplay elements are most important to RPG fans and to what degree they are dedicated to the franchise. Exploration was also mentioned throughout the survey suggesting that this could play an expanded role in the upcoming game. Michael Gamble and other Bioware staff will be hosting a panel at San Diego Comic Con this year titled, "Charting a Course: Developing the Next Mass Effect." The panel will talk about how the next entry in the franchise has evolved but also how it maintains it's roots to the previous trilogy. If you answered yes to the cosplay questions in the survey and will be at Comic Con, show up and show your support Saturday, July 26 at 2 pm. For the rest of you, stay tuned to Game Podunk for more on this and other gaming news. Source: Michael Gamble Twitter What is the aspect of Mass Effect (if any) that makes the franchise special to you?
  17. Earlier today, Deep Silver announced that they would be letting fans decide what to include in the Dead Island 2 Collector's Edition. A survey has been posted on Google Docs listing 28 Dead Island related items and asks fans to rate them from 1 (Do not want) to 5 (I need this!). The most liked options will presumingly be included in the CE. In addition to the usual content items (steelbook, figurines, digital content) there are some really cool, original ideas. Among them are a Dead Island 2 beach towel, a zombie flag of California, a do-it-yourself weapon crafting kit and oh.. a real zombie. While the real zombie might just be a joke, the other options are legitimate and interesting. This is a great way for publishers to bring their fans the best quality content in a collector's edition and sell more of them at the same time. Dead Island 2 releases on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC in Spring 2015. Did you take the survey? What do you want most?
  18. Marcus Estrada

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  19. Marcus Estrada

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  20. Lara Croft is back but not without some baggage. Yesterday Microsoft announced Rise of the Tomb Raider during their E3 press conference. In the trailer, Lara is undergoing some psychiatric therapy to presumingly deal with the events that transpired in Yamatai. While Lara often struggled through the Tomb Raider reboot, it looks like she will begin to embrace who she is in Rise of the Tomb Raider. According to Microsoft, "In the next chapter of her journey, Lara must use her survival skills and wits, learn to trust new friends, and ultimately accept her destiny as the Tomb Raider." Tomb Raider hits next gen consoles holiday 2015. Is holiday 2015 too far away to get pumped for Lara's next adventure?
  21. Final Fantasy Type-0 is a game that RPG fans have been wanting to see released outside of Japan for a long time, and now Square Enix is making dreams come true today by announcing that an HD version of the game will be localized for release in North America on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game's director Hajime Tabata mentioned that the voice of Western gamers was instrumental in the decision to release the title State-side. Also announced for Western release is the currently-in-production Final Fantasy Agito (already released in Japan) for iOS and Android devices. Agito features a war-torn land called Orience, where players will create their own customized character (including choosing gender, hairstyle, and more) as they aim to become Agito, which is the prophesied savior of Orience. The game will be provided as a free download with in-app purchases. For now, neither game has a confirmed release date or window, which seems to allude that they may be 2015 (or beyond) titles, but it's exciting to know that both are on the way nonetheless. Source: Press Release Are you excited that Final Fantasy Type-0 and Final Fantasy Agito are releasing in the West?
  22. The team at Swedish developer DICE revealed the first footage of Star Wars: Battlefront during EA's E3 presentation today. The trailer presented detailed the developer's journey in creating a Star Wars game that fans will love. They visited the Lucas Archives as well as the original filming locations to capture every minute detail from the original movies. Not only that but they wanted to understand the "emotions they evoked." Unfortunately, the trailer ends teasing more in spring 2015. While that is a long way off, what they have thus far is impressive. Here is the teaser trailer fresh from E3: The other Star Wars projects EA has in development were not shown during the presentation which is somewhat disappointing. It's possible that they are waiting until closer to the release of Episode VII in 2015 to show more. For now, stay tuned to Game Podunk for all your Star Wars news. Excited to finally get a glimpse of next gen Star Wars?