Some are worried recently about Microsoft’s light lineup forecast for the year, with confusion around the lackluster launch of the Xbox One X. New Rumors have led to a persistent belief that Microsoft is currently shopping around IP to invest in to fix that problem. The company is searching for the right partner to create the next Xbox exclusive games through exclusivity contracts which have not been used much this console generation but were a major theme of the PlayStation 3 vs Xbox 360 console wars.
Currently there’s more than a handful of deals going on in the United States video games market. Everything from games to computer parts and even the consoles themselves have a discount one place or another. Perhaps it’s an after-shock from the New Year and Christmas, or maybe it’s in precedence of upcoming rumored hardware in the next few years. Either way, it’s always a great time to get deeper into gaming, and these deals offer up the chance for gamers to get more bang for their buck now.
“Accel World VS Sword Art Online is finally here! Jump into the deteriorated world of Alfheim Online to save your friend from the clutches of Persona Vabel! Combine the different fighting styles of over 30 fan-favorite anime characters to defeat your opponents. Plus, challenge your friends in epic multiplayer 4 vs 4 battles, or join forces in 16 player raid missions!” Out now for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
New gameplay from the upcoming Monster Hunter: World is being shown off. Showing a cool looking landscape, and showing the more action based gameplay for Monster Hunter. Monster Hunter: World is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC sometime in early 2018.
As we all know, the Nintendo 3ds is still going strong with a great lineup of titles coming it’s way. Nintendo made a sorta sizzle reel trailer for future titles hitting the platform. Games like Metroid Samus Returns, Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, Mario and Luigi Superstar Sage/Bowser’s Minons, and much more.
The Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy is surprising everyone, being the best selling single platform game this year. Outselling games like Horizon Zero Dawn and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The only game it’s behind is Ghost Recon Wildlands, which is multiplat. Congrats to our lovable Crash Bandicoot, our review will up soon so keep an eye out for that!
The Arcade Fighter Gundam Versus will be hitting the west on September 29th, only on the PlayStation 4. It’ll have plenty of mechs to control, plenty of modes to play. and tons of 2v2 fighting to take part in. Gundam Versus has everything a fan of the series could ask for, and even offers something to the everyday gamer. I personally can’t wait to play the online battle royale.
This winter, games in Japan get to compete in the ARMS Grand Prix. There are no dates yet, and no word on whether westerners will get their own event or be allowed to go to Japan to compete. Regardless ARMS is shaping up to become a huge esports title for Nintendo.
“Unto The End is a 2D cinematic adventure with tactical combat and emergent gameplay. You take the role of a father, who sets out on a quest for vengeance after his family is killed by a ferocious beast. It’s a journey driven by unforgiving encounters, meaningful choices, and moments of stark beauty.”
“Creative director Laurent Malville explains how you can customize your starship on the fly and why the freedom to explore is an important part of Starlink: Battle for Atlas.” Starlink: Battle for Atlas will release in the fall of 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
“Olimar has crash-landed on another mysterious planet and needs the Pikmin’s help to survive. Find out more about Hey! PIKMIN and the amiibo functionality in this video.” Hey! PIKMIN comes out on July 28th for the Nintendo 3ds family systems. Hey! Ready for an adventure?