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Dead Space Extraction – New gameplay element revealed, and it’s awesome
When it was announced that the next entry in the Dead Space series would be an on rails shooter, many gamers heaved a sigh of disappointment. Nevertheless, Visceral Games (the developers behind the title) insisted that it would reinvent the genre in any different ways. Many people were skeptical, but as more and more footage is seen, more screens released, and more details leaked, many people can’t help but be a little excited for the game. Now, a new detail has been revealed about the title that may just convert another pile of skeptics.
“She thinks she is the last survivor and her goal is to try and get to the tram station she’ll hopefully find more survivors. There is one little snag in her plan, the Necromorph infection is making her demented. She is hearing strange voices and seeing some alien hieroglyphic language on the walls, among other crazy things. The Necromorph infection is causing her to see flashes of color. The screen goes bright white and red for a moment before shifting back to normal.” – Senior Designer John Calhoun
This comes from a recent Nintendo Power interview in which Calhoun goes into detail about the dementia and how it will affect the player and his or her allies. I personally can only think of one other game that has done something like this, and people have been waiting for a sequel to Eternal Darkness for years. This may not be it, but it’s exciting to know that the same gameplay elements will be brought into a new dimension with Dead Space: Extraction.
New Epic Mickey details – Painting with the Wii remote
The first concept art of Epic Mickey was leaked yesterday, in addition to a small nugget of information that the game is being developed for Wii. Now not only has that detail been confirmed, but there there are additional gameplay and story details that have been released.
– Paint through levels
– Use Wii controller to paint
– This involves drawing, etching, erasing (some or all parts of a level)
– Story based on very old/forgotten Disney characters
– Those characters wish to take revenge of Mickey, perhaps because they are jealous of him
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom officially confirmed for North America
Even with a few early scans that had been leaked regarding Tatsunoko vs. Capcom’s North American release, there were some doubts that remained simply because Capcom hadn’t confirmed anything themselves. But today, the company has not only reassured gamers that the game is heading overseas, but also revealed that the title was one of their surprises for E3 this year. More details and and an announcement will be available in the coming weeks. Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars will also be at Capcom’s booth this year.
A rumor is abound that in an issue of Nintendo Power, there is a confirmation that Tatsunoko vs. Capcom is heading to North America. Now, I have the issue right in front of me, and nowhere in the game index is there even a mention of the title. It’s possible that a portion of the upcoming edition of the magazine was leaked, but for now, be wary of the speculation. Capcom’s Christian Svensson did say, however, that some news regarding the title may be released in the coming weeks.
Rumor: Factor 5 Wii projects don’t involve Kid Icarus
Posted on 11 years ago by Brian in Rumors
Update: According to the same rumor source, the more hardcore Factor 5 game is not Star Wars or Star Fox, it began production in August 2007, and the shooter title technically could still be Kid Icarus granted the shooting elements translated into a Kid Icarus game.
Everyone is pretty much aware with the situation of Factor 5 and Kid Icarus. The company has been rumored to be developing a title in the series for Wii for quite some time now. However, according to new speculation, the projects that Factor 5 have in development are not Kid Icarus-related.
The company is apparently working on two titles for the Wii. One is a casual game while the other is supposedly a third-person shooter. The unnamed shooter is said to allow players to take action on both the ground and in the air. If the casual game is not Kid Icarus, then it looks as though Factor 5 may not be in charge of any such project that has been previously rumored.
As you may remember, leaked concept art for a Kid Icarus title was revealed a few months ago. Alongside that story came more rumors that Factor 5 was sending an approval to Nintendo for a new title in the series. Additionally, Nintendo was alledgely upset that Kid Icarus would not make an appearance at E3 2008 because Factor 5 was dealing with internal problems.
There are a few questions that arise now: Is Factor 5 really not developing a Kid Icarus game for Wii? Is another company overseeing the project? Or was all of the speculation entirely incorrect in the first place?
System: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Beat em up
Release Date: March 10, 2009
Developer: Platinum Games
Ever since its launch, the Nintendo Wii has served as the pinnacle of casual gaming for the modern industry. People who once overlooked video games were playing Wii Sports and working out with Wii Fit, and those who already played games were drawn in by the intuitive controls and party-style gameplay. For the more mature gamers, however, the novelty soon wore off and countless Wiis were found gathering dust in closets and on unused TV stands. While Nintendo continued to release and re-make more and more casual-style games, hardcore gamers abandoned Wii altogether, often selling their systems in order to purchase another. The lack of more mature and hardcore titles on the system has served to be one of its major catastrophes, and also its biggest pitfall. But of course, with a new year comes a new mentality, and game developer/publisher Sega has strayed into all but untouched snow with their stylized black and white beat em up, Madworld which has proven to be not only the Wiis first big blockbuster of the year, but also the most fun I have had playing video games in a long time.
Details on Star Wars Battlefront III, TimeSplitters 4, Free Radical
– Leaked footage is real
– Leaked footage of going from ground to air space to orbit will be turned into a cut-scene
– Unclear if the project has been moved to Rebellion
– Wasn’t the development team’s fault that the game was taken away
– Might not have been LucasArts’ fault either – might be because of the economy and was an expensive project
– Game was in development for more than 18 months, was very close to completion
– LucasArts never told the dev. team when the game was going to release – Might have been because they didn’t want The Force Unleashed “contracting” with” Battlefront III
– Multiplayer mode was apparently very well developed
– Not everything from leaked video was single-player footage
– Critical reception of Haze may have also been a reason why the game was taken form Free Radical
– Timesplitters 4 has not been picked up by a publisher – consensus that Americans wouldn’t want to buy it
– More work from Timesplitters 4 shown to fans would impress – “The technology we were developing specifically for Timsplitters 4 was streets ahead of what you see in Battlefront III. Streets ahead. The art and the environments really are stunning. Head and shoulders above what you’re seeing in Battlefront.”
– There’s a possibility that Free Radical will survive
If you happened to miss out on the leaked Battlefront III footage, you can check it out here.
Rumor: Kid Icarus was supposed to be at E3 2008, release a few months after
Kid Icarus’ speculated debut on the Wii has gone down a long and winding road. Art of what apparently was a new entry in the series for Wii was leaked quite a few months ago, and rumor after rumor kept piling up. Now word has it that Kid Icarus was scheduled to be present at E3 2008, which isn’t entirely too difficult to believe.
Though, internal problems with Factor 5 – who has been tied to the developed of the new Kid Icarus game – prevented any sort of appearance from happening. Nintendo planned on releasing the title a few months after it was revealed at E3, but that fell through as well. These issues allegedly left Nintendo of America feeling “pretty bummed.”
As of now, the game’s status is in jeopardy considering the trouble that the company has been going through lately. IGN’s Matt Casamassina suggested in the latest Nintendo Voice Chat podcast that the state of Factor 5 could lead Nintendo to purchase the company. Who knows – Perhaps doing so will be the only way that gamers will be able to see Kid Icarus from Factor 5 on the Wii.
Wii-kly Update: Two WiiWare Games and One Virtual Console Game Added to Wii Shop Channel
Dec. 15, 2008
Two WiiWare Games and One Virtual Console Game Added to Wii Shop Channel
Time may be getting tight for holiday shoppers, but the selection and excitement at the Wii™ Shop Channel just keeps on growing. There’s no simpler way to access a brilliant variety of new and classic games, and they’re all available for download directly to your Wii console—no ribbons or wrapping paper required. This week’s additions bring a fresh mix of challenges for new and experienced players to enjoy: Slay a dragon in the season finale of Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People, solve a multiplayer puzzle or race the clock on an arcade-style motorbike course.
Nintendo adds new and classic games to the Wii Shop Channel at 9 a.m. Pacific time every Monday. Wii owners with a high-speed Internet connection can redeem Wii Points™ to download the games. Wii Points can be purchased in the Wii Shop Channel or at retail outlets. This week’s new games are:
Nintendo already showed off one big announcement for their E3 showing today. However, gaming fans are definitely looking forward to the software that the company will present tomorrow. According to Matt Casamassina though, one fan-favorite will be absent at this year’s E3: Kid Icarus. Kid Icarus has been hyped up for months now; concept art has (allegedly) been leaked, rumors of the developer have been strong, and indications that the new Wii game would be appearing at E3 have been great. Casamassina noted on the IGN boards, “Uh-oh. Looks like we’re going to have to wait a little longer than E3 to see the kid fly again. Not too long, though, hopefully.”