Bandai Namco recently confirmed "Godzilla: The Game" will get a North American and European release in mid-summer this year.
"Godzilla: The Game," originally launched in Japan last December 2014, is now headed to the West, game publisher, Bandai Namco announced, with a July 14 launch date for the U.S. and July 17 release for Europe.
The action adventure one-on-one fighting game will be available on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, and will feature Godzilla, the world's most famous kaiju, who will be battling a number of different enemies in an alternate timeline. more >>
EA recently released the teaser for its action video game "Stars Wars: Battlefront" a few days after the release date leaked from the game's official website.
Electronic Arts and EA Digital Illusions CE released a cinema-quality trailer for the latest entry in its "Star Wars: Battlefront" series after news inadvertently leaked over its Nov. 17 release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
The sci-fi multiplayer action game is set to launch just before "Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens" premieres in theaters, and EA played the realistic teaser trailer for the game at the Star Wars Celebration Friday at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. more >>
Other Ocean Interactive and Sony finally revealed the worldwide release of the popular "Ultra Street Fighter IV."
An update on the "Street Fighter IV" series, "Ultra Street Fighter IV" will have an exclusive version for PS4 and will have a simultaneous worldwide release on May 26, as reported in the official blog post of Sony.
"Other Ocean Interactive is outing the final touches on this fantastic version of the Capcom classic. I'd love to get it to you sooner, but honestly, we're playing it too much, so you'll just have to wait," Gio Corsi said. more >>
The first game exclusive to the Apple Watch has recently been unveiled, even before the highly sought out wearable hits the shelves Friday. The Apple Watch is due out in retail stores on April 24, and already a new game has been released exclusive to the smartwatch.
Entitled "Watch Quest: Heroes of Time," the game has been created by a long-standing work-for-hire developer of interactive content WayForward Technologies.
The game is compatible with both the Apple Watch and iPhone line, and allows players to use their mobile as a kingdom hub and their wearable to choose their own hero, equip them with accessories, and guide them through their journey as they explore the land, battle monsters, solve puzzles and search for treasures. more >>
After announcing a second delay for the release of "Batman: Arkham Knight," it looks like game developer Rocksteady is sticking to its guns and readying for the game's release on June 23, 2015. Prior to its release, some details about the upcoming game have been coming out to keep fans warm.
The first piece of news is how the PC version will be rolled out to those who will purchase the game for their PCs. According to a report in International Business Times, Warner Brothers Interactive will no longer produce physical discs for the game, thus it will be available via download only on June 23. This was confirmed by a game retailer who also got confirmation from the game's suppliers.
The second piece of news that will be of interest to fans of the game is about the origins story of the Arkham Knight, who is one of the enemies that gamers will battle in the game. Rocksteady had apparently created this character specifically for the game as Scarecrow's business partner. more >>
After several delays, "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" will finally be released. The open-world role-playing game developed by Polish-based CD Projekt Red announced that the game is now available for pre-order at a discounted price. The game also unlocks at 1 p.m. CET or 4 PM PDT/7PM EDT on May 18 for PS4 and Xbox One users. Its official launch will be on May 19.
Prior to the announced launch, the game was originally set for release at the last quarter of 2014 before it was moved to February of this year.
"We worked so damn hard over the past three years to bring you this game. From the corrupt nobles in Novigrad to ancient monsters lurking in deep forests, to the bustling cities, colorful ports and breathtaking vistas; all the people, all the places – we literally spend tens of thousands of hours to turn all that into an adventure that will kick your ass and make you want to come for more," CD Projekt Red head Adam Badowski told Gamespot. more >>