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Game Informer Reveal Tomorrow Next-Gen Only, Claims “People Will Flip Out Over”

Andy McNamara, Editor-In-Chief of Game Informer, has Tweeted that tomorrow’s Game Informer cover reveal will be for a surprise next-gen only title that will get gamers extremely excited. McNamara also went on to say that for those asking for the definition of Next Gen in that tease, you will find out platforms tomorrow. What do think this reveal will be for?

“I should mention we have a kick ass cover reveal tomorrow morning at 11am Central. Next-Gen only that I think people will flip out over.”

Wii U Exclusive ZombiU Rated M For Strong Language, Intense Violence, Blood And Gore

Ubisoft’s upcoming Wii U exclusive, ZombiU, launches alongside the new console on November 18th. The survival horror game is rated M (Mature) by the ESRB. ZombiU features strong language, intense violence, blood and gore.

Rating summary: In this survival horror game, players assume the role of London inhabitants in the wake of a zombie invasion. From a first-person perspective, players scavenge the city and use realistic firearms, explosives, and melee attacks to kill waves of zombies; battles are highlighted by loud shrieks, impact sounds, and large splashes of blood. Players can also perform finishing moves to dispatch downed zombies: stomping on/bashing in their heads in with a cricket bat. Attacks often result in decapitated/dismembered bodies, and dead enemies continue to incur damage when shot. The words “f**k” and “sh*t” can be heard in the dialogue.

Ubisoft Explains Why Rayman Legends Is Exclusive To Wii U

According to Ubisoft’s Chris McEntee, bringing Rayman Legends to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 is possible. However, because Wii U is packaged with a Wii U GamePad, which features a 6.2 inch touchscreen, the upcoming platformer is a Wii U exclusive; if the game was coming to PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360, to get an experience similar to Wii U, consumers would have to purchase a PlayStation Vita or a touchscreen device that’s compatible with the Xbox SmartGlass application.

“Well, technically we could to it with SmartGlass [for Xbox 360] and with the Vita being linked to the PlayStation 3. The possibility could be there, but we chose to really focus on Wii U specifically because it has a special toolset, and because everyone that buys it gets what they need to play the game.”

“We don’t want to have the player dependent on other technology that they have to purchase to make sure they can play the full experience. Here you buy the Wii U system, you buy the game, and you can experience all of the content without extras. And we didn’t want to give somebody half of the experience just for the sake of getting it out on another console. We want the player to get everything that we have to offer them from this game.”

-Chris  McEntee, Ubisoft designer

Wii Exclusive Ranked One Of Five Most Violent Games In History

AnimeToxin ranked MadWorld, exclusive to Nintendo’s Wii, as the fifth “most violent and gruesome game in the history of games.” Developed by Platinum Games and published by Sega, MadWorld is an extremely violent sandbox game with lots of red blood throughout. Here are the site’s picks for the five most violent video games:

  1. [PS2] Manhunt
  2. [Xbox] Ninja Gaiden Black
  3. [PS3] God of War III
  4. [PC] Mortal Kombat 4
  5. [Wii] Madworld

The World Ends With You Teaser Site’s Surprise Leaked

The World Ends With You’s teaser site is still counting down prior to a reveal, but Square Enix may have accidentally spoiled its own surprise. A new The World Ends With You soundtrack is listed on the publisher’s online store, which mentions that a version of the game will launch for iOS devices later this year. It looks like The World Ends With You will no longer be exclusive to Nintendo’s dual-screen handheld, the Nintendo DS.