Yup! The long, long wait is finally over! The Rhythm Paradise game of our dreams is out now!
Platform: Xbox 360/PS3/PC
Genre: First Person/Puzzle Platformer
Release Date: Out Now!
Is it a cake? Is it a lie? No! Its Portal 2 and its finally in our warm, grubby mits. Everyone’s favourite game of 2007 has finally returned in full force! But is it worthy of the same praise? Hit the jump for our verdict, Possible spoilers ahead!
A recent comment from Masachika Kawata of Capcom has revealed that the next entry in the Resident Evil series may be another complete revamp. This is what Masachika had to say on Resident Evil 6;
“The series will see a complete renovation with the next entry on every level. But we can’t forget about all the previous entries that have led to the creation of many possibilities for the franchise. I can’t say if we’re going to make it (Resident Evil 6) survival horror or a shooter, but I can say that it’ll be totally different.”
I say we can take this as confirmation that Resident Evil 6 is going to be something we’ve never seen from the series. With Operation Racoon City bringing about a change to the series too, it seems Capcom are becoming quite experimental with the franchise. E3 is just around the corner so who knows? Maybe they’ll shed some light on this then.
With the 3DS finally released and the launch window now open, many games have been flooding to the system. Some good, some not so good. The launch line-up hasn’t been the strongest we’ve ever seen for a Nintendo system, but Capcom are here to lend a hand with a picture perfect adaptation of their hit console game, Super Street Fighter IV. Can it make as much of an impact on the 3DS as it did on the Xbox 360 and PS3? Ono-San of Capcom certainly believes so, and so do I. Hit the jump for the full review of Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition!
Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Release Date: Out Now!
CVG have recently posted a rather informative preview of the hedgehog’s latest outing, Sonic Generations, along with a nice bundle of screenshots. Scheduled to be released on the PS3 and Xbox 360, Sonic Generations will feature both classic and modern Sonic as they play through variations of classic levels from Sonic’s past. Ranging from the Megadrive era all the way to the Dreamcast, we’ll be playing memorable stages in both 2D and 3D. Hit the jump below for more screenshots!
Edit: A trailer has surfaced!
This is so cool that I just had to post it. To help support Japan with the recent string of earthquakes, Capcom are selling limited edition Sengoku Basara shirts featuring the series’ poster boy Date Masamune. The shirt reads “This Country Is Strong. We’ll Never Give Up!”, which sounds exactly like something Masamune would say himself.
The shirt will cost you roughly 1500 yen, with 400 of it going towards charity. For such an awesome shirt, they could donate all 1500 yen if they wanted. Unfortunately the e-Capcom store is in Japanese so we don’t know if these shirts will ship outside of Japan.
A twitter account for Renegade Kid character Maximillian has recently surfaced, along with a new Mutant Mudds section on the Renegade Kid website featuring a small sprite of Maximillian. At the end of last year, Jools Watsham send out a request to fans asking for over 1000 comments saying they would like to see Mutant Mudds on DSiware. Unfortunately, the total number of positive comments fell short of just 500. With the 3DS now finally released and the e-shop arriving sometime next month, could Mutant Mudds be heading there? Renegade Kid have something planned, that much is certain.
The news doesn’t stop there, as Jools Watsham has revealed that Renegade Kid is very much interested in making a Dementium title for the 3DS. A recent tweet by Jools reads;
Renegade Kid wants to develop Dementium 3D. Bombard SouthPeak with your demands… they hold the keys.
That sounds like proper confirmation to me. You heard the man, start asking SouthPeak for Dementium 3D now!