There may not be a more gruesome title than the upcoming Nintendo 3DS game, Corpse Party: Blood Covered – Repeated Fear. The game, which takes place in an elementary school, has the player try to escape from the countless corpses and souls of deceased children. As you may have guessed, this 5pb. game is (so far) Japan exclusive and will release on July 30th. Check out the newest trailer below:
It was already known that Yoshi’s Woolly World would have amiibo integration, however now we have an idea how. Nintendo UK’s Wii U YouTube Channel published a video detailing who amiibo work in the cutesy-dinosaur title. It seems like amiibo (shown: Mario, Donkey Kong, Link, and Peach) will give the Yoshi’s a LittleBigPlanet-esque costume, while the Yarn Yoshi amiibo will created Double Yoshi.
Yoshi’s Woolly World will be available on Wii U starting June 26th in Europe, followed up by a Fall release for North America.
Geoff Keighley has teased a mystery date on Twitter which is widely thought to be day of this year’s VGX awards. The date mentioned is the 5th of December which is around the same date as it was last year. We saw a few surprise announcements at last year’s VGX so hopefully this year’s event won’t be an exception.
XSEED have posted a very short teaser trailer for Story of Seasons on the Nintendo 3DS. The trailer asks viewers to picture a rebirth of the Harvest Moon franchise and subsequently shows covers for all the games in the series. Story of Seasons launches Winter 2014.
Activision and Sledgehammer have released a teaser video for the next entry in the incredibly popular Call of Duty series. The description reads, In the last 20 years, global combat has seen a steady shift towards the use of private military corporations, or PMCs. What happens when the highest bidder becomes the world’s next superpower? A new era arrives for Call of Duty. See the world reveal on May 4th.
The first official teaser trailer for Batman: Arkham Origins was uploaded to YouTube today. Batman: Arkham Origins features an expanded Gotham City and introduces an original prequel storyline occuring several years before the events of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City. The game will be released worldwide in October for PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 and Wii U.
Game Informer executive editor, Andrew Reiner, promises that tomorrow’s Game Informer cover story will be the longest since Grand Theft Auto IV. There’s plenty of speculation regarding which game the publication will be focusing on. Reiner has denied its the recently announced Wolfenstein game which is coming to PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and next generation consoles. Which game do you think the magazine will be focussing on tomorrow?
Update: It’s about PlayStation 4 and the games that have been announced for the platform.