Thursday, July 14, 2011

Angry Birds fits Wii U, according Rovio

And not only Angry Birds In an interview, Villas Heijari Rovio has made several positive comments on the consoles, despite the criticisms made previously by the team of independent development, especially on Wii U. While not having anything specific planned, Heijari expressed the greatest interest for the particular control system which the new Nintendo has, however, calling it a potential "perfect union" Angry Birds, the millionaire game Rovio.

Assassin's Creed: Lineage DVD / Blu-ray

Ubisoft announced that Assassin's Creed: Lineage is released on DVD in Blu-ray. The entire feature film (composed of the episodes come out on XBLA) will be available from November 15 and will include many bonuses, including the "making of" the animated film Assassin's Creed: Ascendance and a handful of trailers and production journals.

Assassin's Creed: Lineage tells the story of "real" John Auditore from Florence, father of Aetius, and explains the events that led to Assassin's Creed.

Free DLC for Ms. Splosion Man

Twisted Pixel, the development team of Ms. Splosion Man, has plans to offer free DLC for the platform out today on Xbox Live Arcade. Weekly challenges will be made available, that special rules apply for the completion of the game levels. Each challenge will have its own ranking and Twisted Pixel will offer prizes to those who manage to haul himself into the lead.

"We will give prizes to those who will be best in every challenge, but there are also random for all other players in the standings," said marketing director Jay Stuckwisch. MsSplosionMan. com should be released on XBLA this time at a price of 800 MP. Who will buy will also receive a free soundtrack of the game.

Netflix now available on 3DS

American Nintendo has confirmed that the Netflix service will be available for 3DS starting today ... Unfortunately the announcement is valid for the European territory. This free application will allow all owners of the new portable Nintendo console to view on their films and television series. Nintendo has not yet announced if and when, unfortunately, Netflix is also coming in the Old World ... history repeats itself!

Comics of Mass Effect available free of charge

The license plate promotion will only last a few days Dark Horse Dark Horse, an independent comic book publishers of the most famous in the U.S., has decided to celebrate the upcoming 2011 Comic-Con with a really interesting promotion for the many fans of Mass Effect. And 'in fact can read for free for a limited time, digital versions of comics drawn by the action RPG BioWare.

This can be done either via web browser using the Dark Horse official app for the iPhone and iPad. The great success of the initiative has unfortunately made the server very slow, but with a little 'patience you can access and browse the comics pages. During Comic-Con, Dark Horse will present the new Mass Effect: The Invasion, which will be available on a first look increasingly digital store of the American home.

Capcom Vancouver, new website and assumptions

What will be the team's future plans for Dead Rising 2? Born in 2005 as Blue Castle Games and Capcom has become Vancouver in 2010, following its acquisition by the house in Osaka, the Canadian team has recently made Dead Rising 2 DLC and his two Houses West and Off the Record.

LA Noire is leader in Japan

The last week has been very positive for Western games in Japan. LA Noire has debuted at the top Software Japan, followed closely by inFamous 2. The PlayStation 3 version of Rockstar has sold 58,436 copies crime in the first seven days, and Sucker Punch's latest work has stopped at "only" 33,474. In third place is then "climb" the PS3 version of Earth Defense Force Insect Armageddon, which was followed by the Xbox 360.

Sony invests $ 20 million for PSN development

Focusing on independent Sony has obviously going to get serious with his project "Pub Fund", initially announced during GDC 2009. This initiative is intended to encourage the development of exclusive titles for PlayStation Network, with support in both monetary and logistic by Sony. SCE in fact supports independent developers with help from the standpoint of game design but also in terms of marketing, while leaving in the hands of their developers on IP rights developed, such as freedom in terms of publication and price to be applied.

Tim Schafer talks about a new video game

Obviously the game is Sesame Street: Once Upon A Monster Tim Schafer talks about a new video game with a character from Sesame Street. As it happens, the description seems to look much like Sesame Street: Once Upon A Monster, just the title for the Xbox 360 that is working. Obviously the movie is the unconventional style that characterizes the author Jack Black.

Very funny, especially if you understand English.

THQ: the next-gen will be based more on services than on technology

The future is in the titles to hit and run GamesBeat Speaking of San Francisco, Brian Farrell, THQ's CEO, discussed the next generation of consoles, which he will be less focused on the technology race and more about the services provided to gamers, mainly due descent in the field of new platforms from Apple and Google.

According to Farrell, there is still a future for platforms such as PlayStation or Nintendo 3DS Life, but it will be a future less rosy than planned because the competition from other portable gaming is urgent and is changing the understanding of video games. Farrell: "The market is telling us that customers want to experience fast moving consumables, which need not be deep." Of course, THQ is still active in the market for triple-A securities, with the output products such as Warhammer 40.000: Space Marine and Saint's Row The Third, but the company is also investing on the title for the smallest to the mobile market, rather than on bonds more for console Life as PlayStation and Nintendo 3DS.

Yoshida: PS3 version of Final Fantasy XIV will be released "at any cost"

Do not worry, it seems, you can rest assured that, despite the suspicious silence that for some 'time to this part of the surroundings, the PlayStation 3 version of Final Fantasy XIV is still destined to go out. In a recent Q & A session published since the game's community team, Naoki Yoshida has ensured that the PlayStation 3 version of the game "was not canceled," not to worry because even "will be released at all costs." The same interview also gives further details on the changes taking place in the PC version, including a general review of the game world, the ability to jump, the story further updates in the patch 1.19, the introduction of aircraft and Chocobo and even PvP in planning.