Koei Tecmo is gearing up for the upcoming release of its "Attack on Titan" game for PlayStation consoles by sharing more details about the game. First, it was the number of playable characters, then the revelation about a "hub world" in the game. More recently however, it has dropped brand new gameplay footage which show various "stages" of gameplay.
According to a report in Tech Times, the videos will give viewers what to expect from the game and the steps that need to be taken throughout the game. The hub world is a player's first stop where he or she needs to converse with other characters in order to accept missions. In the video, Levi was shown talking to commander Erwin.
The next video then showed an introductory scene which essentially lays the foundation for the mission and what is happening. more >>
In a few days, it will already be February and nearer to the end of the first quarter of 2016, which is usually what is referred to as "early" 2016. But the Pokemon Company has yet to make any official announcements about when their much-awaited mobile game "Pokemon GO" will be released. In the meantime, only the rumor mill is the source of information for Pokemon fans.
According to a report in PC Advisor UK, earlier rumors of a November and a December 2015 release date are obviously false. Now, several reports are circulating about when exactly in early 2016 the game will drop.
One of the rumors point to a February 27, 2016 release, which happens to coincide with Pokemon's 20th anniversary making it sound credible. Twenty years ago, the first Pokemon game was released and Pokemon, as previously reported, has big plans for commemorating its anniversary, and one of them may be the release of "Pokemon GO." This rumor is also backed by the fact that the game is reportedly ending a closed beta after the start of the New Year. Another report points to an April 20, 2016 release which is indicated in a listing in the site AndroidFreeDownload. This report, however, is not supported by any other reports. more >>
After the successful release of "Minecraft: Story Mode" for consoles, mobiles, PC and Mac, developer and publisher Telltale Games recently released the point-and-click adventure game for Nintendo's Wii U console.
A Polygon report cited that this will be the first time that Telltale Games made a game for Nintendo's latest gaming console. The Wii U console is the last to receive the popular game, as it has already been released for PS3, PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360 last year.
According to the report, the version that rolled out for the Wii U on January 21 only included the first episode of the game, titled "The Order of the Stone." The rest of the episodes will be made available, according to Telltale "in the coming weeks." Episode one is available at the Nintendo eShop for $4.99. It can also be purchased, along with episodes two to five when they arrive, with a season pass costing $19.99. All five episodes have already been released for the other platforms last year. more >>
Proclaim 16, a four-day convention for professionals in Christian media and the ministry, promises to be a networking opportunity for thousands of Christian communicators.
The National Religious Broadcasters International Christian Media Convention will be held Feb. 23-26 at Nashville's Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center and will feature over 70 speakers, including Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren, Anne Graham Lotz and Kay Arthur. Inspirational speaker Jefferson Bethke will also be on hand, as well as thought leaders Albert Mohler and Phil Cooke.
Celebrities Roma Downey, Jennifer Garner and Kevin Sorbo will also be present, along with faith-based filmmaking brothers Steven and Alex Kendrick of "War Room" and "Fireproof" fame. more >>
Sony's Xperia Z5 has only just hit store shelves so it may be a bit early to start talking about the next model in the tech giant's flagship smartphone lineup. Still, Sony appears to be continuing on its frenzied smartphone release schedule, with the Xperia Z5 coming out just three short months after the Z4, and the Z4 being released less than a year after the Z3 came out.
Unlike most other smartphone manufacturers that release new devices about once a year, Sony has chosen to launch a new flagship phone about six months apart. This may sound like a good thing, but it has, in fact, meant that Sony's Xperia phones resemble each other too closely, with each succeeding model not having too much to offer over its predecessor.
Will the Sony Xperia Z6 suffer a similar fate? more >>
Nearly three years since "Tom Clancy's The Division" was first hyped during Ubisoft's press conference at E3 2013, the open world third-person shooter survival video game is almost within fans' reach. After a long and suspense-filled wait, "The Division" will finally be made available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on March 8, The National reports.
But will this new role-playing game, which tackles serious themes such as terrorism, police violence, biological warfare, and the breakdown of basic services, be any fun to play?
After a recent demonstration of "The Division," creative director Magnus Jansen had this to say: "It's a dark and depressing scenario, but it's important that you can be the hero." He adds, "You can come in and make a difference. The important thing is that society has stumbled and it's hanging by a thread – but you can prevent it from complete collapse." more >>