Slightly Mad experienced “significant hurdles” in bringing Project CARS to Wii U

Posted under News, Screenshots
21 hours ago by (@NE_Brian)

Bringing Project CARS to Wii U was a bit of a challenge, based on comments made by Slightly Mad Studios’ Andy Tudor. Speaking with Eurogamer, Tudor said:

“There are significant hurdles that we’ve had to get over, and that’s kind of expected. But the fact we can have weather, time of day, a significant number of cars on screen, it’s actually really promising.”

Project CARS is launching later this year on various platforms. However, the Wii U version won’t ship until 2015.



Koei Tecmo Europe Twitter says Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden is a Japan-only release

Posted under Videos, Wii U eShop
1 day ago by (@NE_Brian)

Since Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden’s original announcement, fans have been wondering if the game would leave Japan. While we still don’t have an official answer, Koei Tecmo’s European Twitter account has weighed in. A message posted just a short while ago states that Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden appears to be a Japan-only title.

The full message is as follows:



Kenka Bancho 6: Soul & Blood details

Posted under 3DS, News
1 day ago by (@KiraraKoneko)

Spike Chunsoft has openend the official website for the upcoming sequel Kenka Bancho 6: Soul & Blood being released for the 3DS.

Here are a few details (as translated by Gematsu);

– Story takes place in Hanagasaki
– Kujima High School (a private school for only the worst delinquents)
– School building lies in ruin, industrial arts building is surrounded by barbed wire
– Countless troublemakers of reputation have passed through its halls
– Ryuugi Katagiri brought peace to Kujima for two years
– A new school year begins with a batch of new delinquents, enter Daigo Asahina
– Daigo Asahina, seems to detest the school’s order and has a brutally violent air about him
– Troubling times for Kujima awaits as characters collide and the fate of the school hangs in the balance

– New visual style
– Life: field trips, ball game tournaments, final exams, senior graduation, freshman orientation, and summer vacation.
– Critically acclaimed voice acting is back for the cutscenes
– Battle compliments the visual manga style

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