The music is hype and the games always had a lot style!
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Capcom nabbed the rights to the recently unveiled IP Remember me. Developer Dontnod stated the game was originally exclusive for the PS3.
Previously a Sony Exclusive under the title Adrift is now a multiplatform game newly titled Remember Me. Set for a release date of May 2013 Dontnod has been working on this title for the last 4 years.
According to Co-Founder of Dontnod Oskar Guilbert the team originally started out as a five man team and has now grown to over 100.
"We didn't show the game last year, but we showed concept artwork. This project is not exactly the same, it is an evolution. The concept of what we had with Sony was different," stated Guilbert.
He also added "Sony wanted to focus on a different type of game and we don't really fit with that. But we're in a very good relationship with them. They stopped a number of games last year at Sony and we took back the IP rights and were able to continue to develop it thanks to the support of the investors. We were then able to sign the game to a publisher whose portfolio is a better fit for the game,"
With the rumors of the next generation of titles hitting next year, most developers have been content with just releasing sequels. I’ve noticed this with that being very evident with the high amount of HD Collections and such as of recently this generation. Most are waiting until the next generation to release new IPs.
Dontnod has other ideas. "New IP on the current generation is a good thing because the installed base is huge. And with not so many new IP titles we have much more space on the market, especially as we're not waiting to launch in a new platform. It's a challenge but we feel it can work.”Guilbert mentions.
"It's the right time for us. We've announced the release date and now we've got nine months of communication to work on."
“Remember Me” will be releasing next year on the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Check back at Gouki.com for more info on the game as it comes.
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By: goukijones Jun 9, 2012 | 9 Comments
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Highest bidder will get their choice of either the Gandolf or the Sauron t-shirt (Large) Only 1 shirt is for auction, but you can choose which one you want. Both sizes are Large. The front of the shirt is the Guardians of Middle-Earth logo. (1) available.
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By: goukijones Oct 24, 2010 | 10 Comments
Diablo III gets a new character class and Blizzard announces an announcement.
Demon Hunter class revealed for Diablo III
Team Gouki missed out on being at Blizzcon this year, so what did we miss? Diablo III which is coming out hopefully sometime next year, showed us a new character class, the Demon Hunter. The Demon Hunter is a hot skinny chick with crossbows and she kills demons. What else do you need to know? Check out her preview.
The Geoff Keighley twat that Rob Prado from Blizzard announced an announcement for the next MMO won't be until 2010.
Some of the plans for the new PvP system for Diablo III were also revealed and sound very interesting.
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By: goukijones Mar 12, 2012 | 2 Comments
Looking forward to GRFS? Check out what you will be getting if you pre-order the signature edition of the game. Weapon skins!
Get loads of exclusive content when you pre-order the Ghost Recon Future Soldier Signature Edition.
The Signature Edition includes:
- Exclusive multiplayer map: Moscow Suburbs will plunge you right into the heart of intense urban firefights.
- Two legendary weapons: the MK 14 assault rifle for the Ghost faction rifleman class, and the AK-47 for the Bodark rifleman.
New customization options including:
- Two custom weapons skins. The Winter Digital and Tiger Stripe camo skins that have been selected by the Ghost Recon community on Facebook are included in the Signature Edition.
- 48 custom headgear skins. You will get even more options to customize your character and make him look truly unique on the battlefield.
By: iorilamia Mar 24, 2011 | 4 Comments
Check out who Katherine will be voiced by in the upcoming Atlus game "Catherine"
Katherine is the sophisticated intellectual girlfriend of Vincent. Her voice actress has finally been revealed , Michelle Ruff. You may know her as Rukia from Bleach, Kaori of Akira, or C.Viper from sf4 to name a few. I'm not familiar with all of her work, but for Katherine it seems like her voice should be a bit deeper and mature. Strangely enough I think Vipers Japanese voice is perfect for Katherine Leave your commnets below about Atlus's pick on Michelle Ruff, or who do you think would be better. Don't be a jimmy.
link to other voice actress story- http://gouki.com/Story/Details/catherine-to-be-voiced-by-laura-bailey
Come to me dark warriors battle awaits us!
PSP owners, RPG fans, and all of those in-between who missed out on the first release of Valkyrie Profile and wanted to try it can finally celebrate. Thanks to some of the wiser people at Tri-Ace and Square, gamers can play this game once again and NOT have to worry about paying out of the you-know-what for a new copy. Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth is a fun game and although hurt by a few flaws, it stands as one of the best PSP games.
This story is largely based upon Norse mythology (although it doesn't strictly adhere to it), and deals with the end of the world, and the battle between the gods. Odin, the leader of the gods, has sent out his valkyrie (you) to go and find him brave souls who are nearing their last moments in life (your party members) to send to Valhalla, where they can fight for him. This is your mission. Now, each warrior you seek out has their own individual story, detailing their last moments in life, their meeting with the valkyrie lenneth, and their decision to fight for the gods.
That's the short version of this story, since I don't want to ruin it for you. Since there are many characters for you to recruit, there is a lot of side stories, many which are tragic, some might even get you choked up. That's not even considering the main character trying to realise her purpose in life, and who she truly is, and the genius wizard who is obsessed with her. A truly fantastic story!
The graphics are well done, it's like having a playstation in your hands. There is hardly any noticeable slowdown in the gameplay, unlike some other PSP games I've played. All the towns have their distinctive style, and all of the dungeons look good, with a fair amount of detail added in the background. All of the characters are very well designed, which is amazing considering each of them has their own 3 hit combo and special attack (the animations for these are amazing, by the way). The best part in this category is the full motion videos. Very well done! There is even an option to watch all the FMV's you've seen before.
There's a lot of upbeat tracks in the game, which help when you have to go explore some vast dungeons. There's a couple tunes I won't forget, in particular the ones they play when your meeting a hero who is about to join you. Also, the voice acting in this game is very well done. Each character has a variety of quotes they'll use before, after, and during a battle. As you progress throughout the game, you will also be able to hear all of the separate characters quotes in an extra sound option.
The gameplay is really well done. There are, essentially, 3 different areas you visit: towns (used mainly early in the story, and to recruit different characters), the sky (we'll cover that in a bit), and your "dungeons". You start out, after the intro tutorial, in the sky, where you can fly around the world, to seek out those souls who are worthy. By pressing "select" in the skies, you can hear the distress calls of mortals (begin a recruitment story), or sense "great evil" in a particular area (discover another dungeon). You can also save your game and change party members in the skies. Most of the game, however, will be spent in the various "dungeons" around the world. I put dungeons in quotes because most of the dungeons are in various locales, such as woods, castles, or underground.
Once your in a dungeon, the screen turns to a castlevania style game. You walk around like this, able to jump, duck, swing your sword, and shoot out crystal shards. These crystals are used to freeze enemies and make stepping stones to access higher areas. There are a couple of ways to get into a fight in these dungeons, you can either walk into an enemy or hit them with your sword. Yea... I recommend hitting them. This lets you attack first, as opposed to possibly getting attacked. Each one of your party members is assigned to a specific button in battle ( either square, triangle, circle, or X). Their order of attack depends on what combinations you hit those buttons. They can also attack up to three times with different types of attack, depending on what weapon you are using. So, you can see there is a lot of variety in the attacks, especially since some attacks will knock your enemy up into the air, making timing your attacks a factor. Each attack adds a percentage to an overdrive gauge, and once you get to 100% you can select a character to do their special overdrive attack on the enemy. This is always a good thing!
One more thing to cover about gameplay is character development. One thing you might be asking is "If your sent to find souls to fight for the gods, why are those people fighting with you?". Good question. The game has a set time before the final battle at the end of the world (Ragnarok), and that time left is divided into 8 different chapters for you to play through. On each chapter, you are asked for an warrior with certain qualities. Now as your characters level up, they are given points to put into either obtaining skills or morals. Yes, you can make your character braver by putting points into it. By doing this, you can give Odin an ideal warrior. This part was hard for me. For one, your training and fighting with these characters, making them stronger and getting accustomed to them. Now you have to choose one to send away, never being able to use them again. So you have to be careful who you send, because you still need to be able to fight on.
Oh, I almost forgot, after the end of each chapter you go back to Valhalla and you are rated on how well you are doing, and given gifts accordingly. You can also see how the war is going on in Valhalla and check on the status of all the warriors you have sent to Odin. They even have a list of all of their significant accomplishments while they have been there, including what rank they have achieved.
Final Verdict: BUY IT!
There are 3 different endings to Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth, as well as 3 different difficulty settings. There are some very specific requirements to get the better ending, though, so a guide may be necessary. Also, you can access a separate bonus area by playing through in hard mode and collecting specific items.
This version is definitely the one to get for any psp owner, as the playstation version can cost well over $100 for a good copy .
So will you join Odin's army of warriors in Valhalla? Let us know and don't be a jimmy.
Disney Interactive and Harmonix Music Systems invite players to experience the magic of The Haven, the newest realm to be revealed for Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved.
In The Haven, players will be able to explore a seemingly cold, isolated forest and interact with the mysterious, magical, and musical environment to make it come alive.
Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved will be available on Kinect for Xbox 360 and Xbox One in 2014.
By: starlordtitus Jun 18, 2011 | 6 Comments
This is a 2 subject story. Tokido took the championship at CEO 2011 for Marvel vs Capcom 3 and my brother Josh creates a new drawing for my father's birthday.
Here is the final as my favorite player Tokido takes it home with what seemed to be a moment of doubt, only to comeback and display true godlike ability.
This is my brother's drawing he did for my dad's birthday today ala Resident Evil :)
A look at a classic martial arts game
Supreme Warrior retro Review for 3do and Sega cd: what we thought games in 2009 would look like!
One of my favorite retro games of all times was developed by a company called Digital Pictures: Supreme Warrior. It was released in 1995 for the Us, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Latin America on a dual release for consoles Sega cd and 3DO.Read full story...
This Overwatch themed hamster tank will amaze you.
Platinum level Skeliora is a seasoned Overwatch player with an intense love and passion for the game. On December 17, 2017 she adopted a black Syrian hamster and named her Musubi. Skeliora began to notice that everytime she played Overwatch, Musubi would stare at the screen the entire game, it was evident that she was a huge Overwatch fan too. Being a huge D.Va fan it was natural for Skeliora to want to make Musubi an Overwatch home that would express her love of the character as well as the game. The creation of the D.Va Hamster Home began. Check out these amazing pictures of Musubi’s Overwatch Home. Isn’t she just the talk of the hamster community rocking this super cool hamster girl tank?
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