Threshold from developer QuadraTron Games is being considered for Wii U. The game, which is raising funds via Kickstarter, is a puzzle-platformer where a gnomish wizard know as Hood needs to find a way through a series of mysterious doorways. Inspired by classics like Super Mario World and Donkey Kong Country, Threshold hopes to create a world that gives the player the freedom to go their own way and get rewarded for taking risks. QuadraTron estimates its upcoming game will launch toward the end of the year.
Wales Interactive has released a new trailer for Soul Axiom, which gives a glimpse of Elysia – a sprawling server where your memories and dreams become reality. In Elysia, death has no dominion and life has no boundaries. When you begin the game you are free falling through a storm as lightning sporadically illuminates the sky, showing brief but vivid flashes of your memories. Soul Axiom is scheduled to launch on Wii U soon.
Area Effect, a studio made up of Ubisoft veterans, have announced that they’re bringing their new project Izle to the Wii U eShop. The Kickstater project will launch this spring “to support the development of the Steam and Next Gen Console versions.” The game is due for release on the eShop in 2016.
“Izle invites its players to build their own world by summoning the power of the gods and terraforming a variety of islands. Each unique island is randomly created and ready for players to explore, harness abilities and forge items into endless possibilities to create new character classes. Izle is currently in its Alpha stage.”
“Developed and published by Area Effect, a studio made up of Ubisoft veterans, Izle players will use terraforming to build their own unique island worlds. Players will acquire new items and abilities and combine them into endless possibilities to create their very own class. But with great freedom comes great responsibility, and if not defended, the kingdom will be shattered by the forces of shadows.”
“Izle is truly a passion project for us, and we are so proud of the reaction we have received at its early stages. Izle is a very ambitious project that we are excited to see come to life as our development continues and as the Izle community grows and flourishes.”
Rockband was pretty damn huge back in the day and now the developer Harmonix wants to know if you want a current gen sequel. The company has put out a survey asking if people would be interested in a new Rock Band game and more importantly which platforms they would like it on. The consoles listed are Wii U, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. So make your voice be heard and fill in the survey if you’re interested in seeing a new Rock Band game.
Platinum Games has confirmed that it is working on a new game. The Bayonetta studio’s unannounced project is in the early phase of development and the actual announcement is pretty far in the future, according to producer Akiko Kuroda. Kuroda also teased that something related to Bayonetta could be developed in 2015. Platinum recently unveiled a Bayonetta 2-themed calendar.
“I’ve actually got a new title in the works as we speak! We’re working really hard to make it something people will absolutely want to play for themselves, so we hope to keep having the support of our fans in 2015!”
The Wii U captured about six percent of the console market on Black Friday, November 28th. According to data collected by InfoScout, Nintendo’s system placed just above PlayStation 3 but below Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Both Xbox platforms dominated the console market, owning 62 percent of the market share. InfoScout’s data was accumulated from purchases made at major retailers carrying electronics, including Walmart, Target, Best Buy and GameStop.
Today, Hasbro, Inc. and Ubisoft announced that the MONOPOLY Plus, My MONOPOLY and MONOPOLY Deal console games, all based on the famous MONOPOLY board game, are coming to Xbox Live for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 video game and entertainment systems from Microsoft, and on PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation3 computer entertainment systems. The party continues with the MONOPOLY Family Fun Pack, a retail-exclusive bundle featuring all MONOPOLY games.
The MONOPOLY Plus console game brings the classic board game to new heights with a colourful 3D-animated board that comes alive and evolves as players interact with it. Available as an extension to MONOPOLY Plus, My MONOPOLY downloadable content pack pushes the customisation options even further by allowing players to create their own personalised game boards and property spaces. Last but not least,MONOPOLY Deal card game is a new take on the fast-dealing property trading action of MONOPOLY. The MONOPOLY Plus, My MONOPOLY and MONOPOLY Deal console games introduce a fresh, new take on the world-famous family gaming brand, and are the first collaborations between Hasbro and Ubisoft for the Hasbro Game Channel.
MONOPOLY Family Fun Pack can be purchased at retailers on November 28 on Xbox One and PS4.
The MONOPOLY Plus console game will be available on November 26 to download through the Hasbro Game Channel on Xbox One and PS4 for £11.99, on December 10 on Xbox 360 and on December 17 on PS3 for £7.99.
My MONOPOLY console game will be available on November 26 to download through the Hasbro Game Channel on Xbox One and PS4 for £7.99, on December 10 on Xbox 360 and on December 17 on PS3 for £7.99
MONOPOLY Deal will be available on November 26 on Xbox One, December 3 on PS4 for £7.99, and on December 17 on Xbox 360 and PS3 for 3.99.