Nintendo have today announced that the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service, which powers the online play functionality of the Nintendo DS, DSi and Wii, will be discontinued on May 20th, 2014.
Month: February 2014
This week on New Game Plus, we put on our combat garbs in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, put on our titans with a look at the recent Titanfall beta and put on our thinking faces for The Impossible Line. We also have an in depth chat with Rooster Teeth's Gus Sorola, Burnie Burns and
Roughly a year after the initial release of BioShock: Infinite along with subsequent downloadable expansions, developer Irrational Games is set to disperse after seventeen years within the industry.
Rock Band developer Harmonix has announced Chroma, a musically-driven first person shooter. Chroma will intrinsically tie music with arena-based shooting; The game’s soundtrack will directly influence combat and traversal, musical “change-ups” will alter the landscape, and weapons will be inspired by musical sounds such as wobbling bass and crashing drums. Chroma will be released on
This week on New Game Plus, we take a look at The Elder Scrolls Online beta, reminisce over Flappy Bird and act normal with Octodad: Dadliest Catch. We also speak to Producer John Block and Senior Producer Michael Boccieri about Turtle Rock's upcoming co-op shooter Evolve, and crack open some Born of the Gods boosters
This week on New Game Plus, we discover some new friends hidden in the Nintendo 3DS eShop and revisit some old ones with Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness and Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition. We also look back at 40 years of Dungeons and Dragons and check out some 90s anime. All this, plus more, on
This week on New Game Plus, we look at the latest fantasy in Bravely Default, become a hero in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, steal a few answers from Thief's Art Director Nicolas Cantin, check out the Global Game Jam, and interview creator of the Conjure TCG Nathan Hawkins. All this, plus more, on Episode 88
For the first Nintendo Direct of 2014, Nintendo didn’t reiterate any of the announcements made recently, they focused squarely on game announcements, reconfirmations of existing games and interesting tidbits for upcoming games.
This week on New Game Plus, we clean out some Dead Pixels, turnabout a verdict on Ace Attorney: Dual Destines, give thanks to the gods in Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers and sing an ode to joy in Peggle 2. We also look at some more films from the Japan Film Festival, and interview author Brandon
On this episode of Graphic Content, the boys express a diverse range of emotions at out two reviews – The Quitter and Old Man Logan respectively. We also have a chat with Dan Slott, of The Amazing Spider-man fame, as well as Steve Spark from FEC comics. In gaming we go back to Rogue trooper