The last time we wrote anything about Vanillaware’s side-scrolling, beat-em-up thing Dragon’s Crown was in the summer of 2011 during E3. That’s been some time ago, but now we have a release date, which will surely please at least one person named Joe.
We last checked in to this “9 Year Old Building an RPG to Prove Her Brothers Wrong” story, the Kickstarter in question had only been going a few days, hit ~$22,000, and stirred up quite a bit of controversy on the actual motivations behind the fundraiser versus Kickstarter’s own guidelines. The thirty days have come and gone, and the fundraiser is now over. What were the results?
The big N announced today that they are moving around some of their key players in what we can only call “NEWS OF THE CENTURY.” Or, if we want to be less sensationalist, Nintendo is giving Satoru Iwata a new title as well as someone you have never heard of, Tatsumi Kimishima.
1st of Spring, Year 1 Dear Diary, I have finally made it to the farm. Leaving my folks and setting off on my own was hard to do, but I believe it was a good decision. Pushing open the gates to the farm, I was kind of taken aback by what I saw. I was [...]
The last Nintendo Direct appeared in February, and had some pretty great announcements. This morning, Nintendo did it again, bringing the noise. Iwata recapped information for some games we already knew about, but then, out of nowhere, news of a new Zelda title for the 3DS set in the Link to the Past world.
Dark Souls II is slated to arrive this fall, but since its announcement at the 2012 Video Game Awards we haven’t seen any running gameplay of the title. UNTIL NOW. IGN was fortunate enough to get to speak with the game director for Dark Souls II, and he walks us through this twelve minutes of gameplay.