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Tomorrow Corporation, developers of World of Goo and Henry Hatsworth, have revealed the name of their newest game, Little Inferno.
Very little information has been revealed about the title, but TC says that the new game should be out sometime this Winter.
Even without any details about the game, I’m still excited to see what it has in store for us come this Winter, and I love the logo.
Source: Tomorrow Corporation
A couple months ago Nintendo announced that they would be releasing an anniversary collection of Kirby games for the Wii, but didn’t reveal which games would be included.
Famitsu has just revealed what games will be included in the collection, along with the Japanese release date. The collection will contain the following games:
– Kirby’s Dream Land
– Kirby’s Dream Land 2
– Kirby’s Adventure
– Kirby Super Star
– Kirby’s Dream Land 3
– Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
The collection will also include a timeline and a soundtrack. The release date in Japan has been set for July 19, but no release date has yet been set for North America.
Developer: ND Cube
Players: 1 – 4
Release Date: March 11, 2012
Rated: E – Everyone
I haven’t enjoyed a Mario Party game since its fourth installment on Nintendo’s tiny purple lunchbox, the Gamecube. Originally the games were all about being the most skillful player in mini-games, choosing the right direction on the game board and a lucky roll of the dice. As the series went on, a force began to slowly grow and develop after each entry. This force was luck. It has negatively impacted the experience and lingered on for far too long. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been victorious throughout the entire game, all it takes is that one turn to ruin it all and put you in dead last. Has this lingering foundation based on pure luck continued to plague the series?
In an interview conducted by EuroGamer, Sega has announced that the next episode of Sonic the Hedgehog 4 will not be arriving on the Wii’s WiiWare service. The reason why you ask? The file size restrictions on Nintendo’s download service. Here’s a quote straight from the horse’s mouth:
“Our intention was to release Episode 2 on Wii as well. But, there’s a limitation on the size of the game you can release on WiiWare. Because Sonic 4 Episode 2 has cutscenes, and the graphics aren’t 2D pre-rendered images – it’s all 3D – all those things together made the game too big to be released as a WiiWare title. So, unfortunately, this time we had to give up on releasing it on the Wii platform.” – SEGA rep
Sorry Wii fans, it looks like you won’t be able to continue from the previous episode. Hopefully things on the Wii U will be different.
Check out the rest of the interview here.
Developer: Creatures Inc.
Platforms: Nintendo Wii
Release Date: February 27, 2012
Pikachu and pals are back yet again for another wild adventure. Though this quest won’t contain any poke balls, annoying random encounters, or gym badges. No, this escapade is solely about the Pokémon. Is this park a wondrous success or should fans of the series avoid admission?
Our European copy of The Last Story is here! Here is the first 12 minutes of gameplay. Please look forward to our review soon! Anyways, enjoy the video:
Do you live in Europe? Then pick up your copy of The Last Story today! This phenomenal RPG was created by Mistwalker studios, which was founded by Final Fantasy creator, Hironobu Sakaguchi. The game also features an outstanding orchestrated score compiled by renowned gaming composer, Nobuo Uematsu. The title contains a robust and engaging combat system in combination with breathtaking visuals. These elements are all neatly tied to together into one truly amazing narrative experience.
Don’t worry North American gamers, The Last Story has been confirmed for a stateside release this summer. Just hold on a little longer!
We plan to publish a quick video preview of our import copy very soon, so please check back with us.
During today’s Nintendo Direct North American broadcast, Reggie Fils-aime revealed some exciting news for Nintendo fans. The Last Story is coming to North America this year for the Nintendo Wii. We’re overly excited over the news and we look forwarding to finally getting a chance to play this fantastic title.
Check back with us for more exciting news as this story continues to develop. Also check out the rest of the news from today’s video right here.
Update: Xseed officially announces The Last Story will arrive during the summer (source: Xseed PR email):