Considering the detail, the impressive lighting, the clothing, and the fact that Shadow of the Eternals is in Early Build stages, the game looks to be slightly ambitious. While it has been confirmed for both Wii U and PC, there have been questions as to what hardware has been showing us this early footage. In IGN’s first look at the game, we clearly see the Wii U controls, nixing most, if not any doubts.Read More
High Voltage Software has released the long awaited ‘Animales de la Muerte for mobile platforms at the iTunes app store.
The following is the press release:
High Voltage Software is celebrating Cinco de Mayo with the release of an action-filled and muy humoroso title for iPhone and iPad starring adorable Mexican zoo “animales” and a healthy dose of blood and gore. In addition to unforgettable undead characters, Zoombies: Animales de la Muerte! includes novel gameplay that allows players to demolish beastly zombies by tracing a line for their weapon to follow before it boomerangs back.
The game’s humor, effortlessly mixing cartoony and gruesome elements, is on display through multiple weapons, upgrades, costumes, and characters. More importantly, notes the Zoombies development team, the game provides an answer to the age-old question: what will happen if the zombie apocalypse begins in a Mexican zoo?
Armed with Aztec hatchets, roman candles, and even a trained chupacabra, players take control of either Marco or Maria, two rowdy school kids unusually skilled in the mortal arts, to rescue the remaining animals from the zoo before their brains are eaten by the Zoombies. Each of the 45 levels requires timing, strategy and precision to complete 225 Sugar Skull Missions, while collecting golden pesos to earn “Especiales” upgrades, weapons, and outfits.
Some say that the Wii U is dead in the water. Some say it’s struggling. Some say that it is doing just fine. One thing that we can all agree on however, is that Nintendo and its shareholders would like for the new console’s sales to be higher and more consistent. Here are announcements that would go a long way to making that happen.Read More
When it comes to voice acting for The Legend of Zelda series, there are mixed opinions. To such an extent, that Nintendo may never be able to take that risk.Read More
Back during the first few years after the release of the Wii, and people had long since finished The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, there was quite the drought on Nintendo’s console. Other than a few 3rd party titles that were worth playing, such as Zack and Wiki, all Wii gamers had to get their gaming satisfaction was a rather unsatisfying Paper Mario game, and Wario Shake it, an obscure but decent platformer. The wait for Smash Bros was excruciating, and we had little idea what else was in store for us.Read More
The wait for Super Smash Bros Brawl was absolutely excruciating for the most dedicated fans of the series. Things look to be no different this time as gamers wait for the as yet unreleased Wii U version as promised by Satoru Iwata. Compare for example the yearly Call of Duty and Madden releases, or every other year releases such as Uncharted. It’s already been 3 years, and development has PERHAPS now begun.
So, in the mean time, here are a few Do’s and Don’ts for the next game as far as this dedicated and long time fan of the series is concerned.Read More
The first few months of the Nintendo 3DS on the market have been full of damaging circumstance for Nintendo.
Almost immediately following the hand held console’s release, came one of the most horrible tragedies to the island nation’s history. Japan’s massive earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear reactor damage caused major market and shipping problems for the company.Read More