Are you fan of games like Amnesia? Then you might want to add Outlast, the upcoming survival horror game to your wishlist. Created by Ex-Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell Developers, this game is sure to put a new spin on the Amnesia-like game. Although details are slim at this time, take a look at the trailer below and see for yourself:
Whether you love them, or hate them, the Angry Birds are here to stay. Amidst news of spectacular financial results (revenue doubled to about $200 M), Rovio announced that Angry Birds Friends will be released on iOS and Android devices soon.
Since it was integrated into Facebook, Angry Birds Friends has been a success. Now that it will go mobile, we are sure to see fans flocking to the app store so they can play on the bus, in the toilet, or when they are supposed to be working, in an attempt to outdo their friends.
So, do you love or hate Angry Birds? Obviously it is doing well, but do you think that it has run its course and they should find another niche, or…is it here to stay as Rovio’s “Mario”?
American McGee is ready to pitch the next installment in the Alice Series to EA. However, it is not expected to be a “AAA” title.
Recently, Spicy Horse’s co-founder RJ Berg sat down with Joystiq at the GDC and said that it is possible for Alice to be a AAA title, however it is not a first priority of EA at this time.
“We have to construct a very strong idea of how that presentation might run,” Berg said, “but it’s up to them to pick up the opportunity.”
McGee and Berg have a pretty solid idea for the next Alice title, so I am hopeful that EA not only agrees to the next installment, but puts a priority on it.
“Right now the idea is Alice in ‘Otherland,’” McGee told Joystiq. “It’s her invading the minds of other people and visiting their Wonderlands, and using what she’s learned about her own mental landscape to go in and harm or heal the people she encounters. It means that the streets of London become the portals into 1,000, 10,000 amazing, different stories.”
I am a huge fan of McGee’s Alice, and can’t wait to see what the future holds. I am intrigued by the idea of the next installment in the series. What are your thoughts?
As many of you know, I have been replaying the Final Fantasy series from Final Fantasy I and forward. I recently completed IV, and am currently playing Final Fantasy: 4 Heroes of Light. Other than the latter, I replayed the first four on my iPhone. I was skeptical at first, (especially since I own the cartridges) but the ports were amazing! I have delayed starting Final Fantasy V, in hopes of an iOS remake. Now, that it has been announced for Japan (no release date as of yet, but speculated by this summer-or sooner) we can speculate that it will hit the North American App store at, or around, the same time (based on the previous release history).
I know that many people have expressed their dismay in the iOS ports, but I am actually very happy with them. If not for the iOS ports, I would not have near enough time to replay them. However, since they are always at my side, I can play on the go.
With the release of Final Fantasy V, I would guess that we will see VI by the end of the year. That leads us to VII…ahh VII… Although, I do not wish to see VII on the iOS, I have to wonder, are they slowly working us up to a re-release of VII…or will they stop at VI?
Final Fantasy V is available today, in North America, for all iOS devices. Square has also announced that Chaos Rings is also available for Windows Phone. Now, excuse me…I have a lot of leveling up to do…
What can I say about this game? Well…it is beautiful. The visuals are beautiful, the soundtrack is beautiful, it is just beautiful.
Monochroma is a puzzle game, reminiscent of Limbo, but with more depth. Although most of the game is shaded in Blacks and Grays, there are blots of Red throughout, to accent important items. Take a look at the video below, and let us know if you are on board to download it this summer.