Square Enix recently announced that a sequel to the action role-playing game "Star Ocean" is being developed for PS3 and PS4. The sequel entitled "Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness" was revealed on April 15, after several days of hints on the teaser site set up by Square Enix.
The fifth installment in the "Star Ocean" game franchise comes six years after the previous installment "Star Ocean: Last Hope" which was released in 2009. Although a release date has yet to be announced, Square Enix and the game's developer, Tri-Ace have initially shared some screenshots of the game.
According to a report in Kotaku, the main character designer, the artist Akiman, designed all the character in the sequel. The game is set between the events of Star Ocean 2 and Star Ocean 3 and takes place in an uninhabited planet called Faicreed, which is 6,000 light years away from the Earth. more >>
"Silent Hills" is again making noise as rumors spread about the game's cancellation after the surprising announcement of fallout between Konami and Kojima Productions. Reports from last year have been circulating about the 2016 release of the game's ninth installation. Amid reports of the separation of the two video game giants, Konami is yet to issue an official statement.
However, fans of the video game became increasingly worried as Konami removed Kojima Production's logo from its website. Some reports maliciously spread that "Silent Hills" will no longer be released to the market. In a recent update by PlayStation Lifestyle, Konami released a statement after Game Spot noticed the removal of "A Hideo Kojima Game" tagline in both the "Silent Hills" and "Metal Gear Solid 5."
"Konami has switched from a studio-based to a headquarters-based organization, so [Kojima Productions] wouldn't be listed as studio anymore," he said. "At this time, there are no additional updates to share." more >>
Gamers looking for an adventure to complete would find that there's more to the old adage "The sky's the limit," as developers stretched their imagination at little more by adding countless planets that gamers can explore. "No Man's Sky" lets its players go on a journey, with no set goals or targets, as they explore the vast unknown.
The game starts with players at the edge of the universe. Players are given a sundry of options – explore the random planet, collect information, even mine and trade to gain monetary advances, engage other ships in combat, or simply upgrade ship when necessary.
Tekken 7 is a 2015 one-on-one fighting game published and developed by Bandai Namco Games. It is the game's ninth installment.
Katsuhiro Harada, the game's producer, claims that the game's plot line is darker than its previous versions. It's storyline that would put an end to the Mishima clan saga as it finally gives the answer to the origin of the longstanding feud among the three generations of Mishima. In its trailer released July of last year, a backstory about Kazumi Mishima who was killed by Heihachi.
The latest installment of the game has 23 playable characters. Of these characters, 20 are included in the limited version. Only five make their first appearance in this game. Also included is one unplayable boss. more >>
"Dragon Ball" fans are all abuzz as photos from the upcoming "Dragon Ball Xenoverse DLC 3" leaks online. A leaker in 4Chan alleges that the game will have contents lifted from the film "Dragon Ball Z: Revival of F". This photo, courtesy of 4Chan, shows a Super Saiyan God 2 Goku:
JapNation, in addition, shares a scanned copy of Shonen Jump Magazine confirming that the "Dragon Ball Xenoverse DLC 3" would be closely related to the upcoming movie. The site claims, "The recently released scan from Shonen Jump confirms that Xenoverse would have a DLC that's based on Fukkatsu no. F."
In the recent updates and based on the leaked images, "Dragon Ball Xenoverse" is expected to have a Golden Frieza and that Goku and Vegeta will take a Super Saiyan God 2 form. more >>
Apple has just acquired a company that specializes in manufacturing small but powerful cameras, giving rise to speculations it may usher in a new generation of iPhone shooters.
Apple has just paved the way for its foray into developing a more superior camera for its iPhone line after its recent acquisition of LinX, an Israeli manufacturer of smartphone and tablet cameras that could rival a DSLR.
LinX device cameras have been specially designed to perform strongly in low light situations and offer lower shutter lag. It also features richer color fidelity, background focus blur, depth tracking, parallax images, 3D picture capture and modeling and post-shot refocusing. more >>