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Among yesterday's song-and-dance routine of "TV, Sports, TV" was an announcement that Microsoft and the NFL have entered into a partnership. Xbox One owners will be able to manage fantasy teams, keep abreast of player stats, and whatnot via an integrated app meant to enhance the football-watching experience. In exchange, Microsoft may be providing Surface tablets for coaches to use as sideline planning tools.
According to an anonymous source, this five-year deal cost Microsoft $400 million.
Okay, okay, Let me break this down, if I may: Football -- specifically American football -- is a pastime with extremely limited appeal outside the United States. The Xbox brand's strongest region is the United States, outclassed everywhere else save for the UK by the PS3. Therefore, Microsoft thought it most crucial to spend $400 million to secure a deal that only affects the one region that didn't really need any help to begin with. All while Microsoft ignores any kind of outreach to honest-to-God videogame developers.
Guys... *wipes hands* I'm out. I can't deal with this circus anymore. You make sense of it all.
I'm really grateful that Sega has picked up Company of Heroes 2 after THQ's collapse. The original was a great real-time strategy title, one that I had most of my fun with in multiplayer more than the single-player. This trailer for the campaign mode has me intrigued as it seems to set up a personal take of the conflict on the Eastern front.
The trailer shows an unnamed Soviet veteran, seemingly recounting his story battling the Nazi forces over four years. It'll be interesting to see how Relic handles that era of the Second World War and how the horrors of that period of the conflict will be portrayed. We'll find out in a month's time when Company of Heroes 2 is released on June 25.
In Might and Delight's upcoming survival game, you might lose a few cubs no matter how hard you try.
Super Mario Land: 1989 launch title for the Game Boy and the weakest traditional Mario game in retrospect. You aren't going to find many players claiming this to be the best in the series, even though it was influential in the success of Nintendo's new portable endeavor.
The primitive pixel art doesn't reflect the true graphical capabilities of the Game Boy, as demonstrated by later titles such as SML's own follow-up, Super Mario Land 2. With that in mind, artist Arne Niklas Jansson redid all the sprites and created a patch to apply them to that SML ROM you happen to be stashing on your hard drive. The changes are more subtle than in your typical graphical update, but they are still quite lovely.
Compare the before and after shots in the gallery below.
Going off the original announcement for Slitherine's Warhammer project, we knew that it would be a turn-based game but not much else. That tidbit is correct, and now we've got more to go on: Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon will be hex-based, built off Games Workshop's Battle for Armageddon setting, and multiplatform (PC and iOS), for starters.
The story, centered around the Second War for Armageddon, is spread across 30 main scenarios not including tutorials. Thankfully, characters will retain their experience and equipment from mission to mission. Slitherine has also promised 100+ unit types with 20 different stats, an editor for modders, and a separate selection of maps "designed and balanced specifically for multiplayer" with the company's PBEM++ system.
Armageddon is going to be the real deal when it drops in Q1 2014, I think. "It's been almost 15 years since a turn-based strategy game set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe has been released and we think it is now time to deliver that experience to all fans around the world," said Slitherine development director Iain McNeil.
The new MMO on the block, WildStar, is gearing up for its release this year, and the developers at Carbine Studios are cranking out new details as we near that. As if making choices in MMO games weren’t tough enough, Carbine Studios rolled out new information about its innovative Paths system.
During a preview event held by NCSoft and Carbine Studios, the developers showed off many features they hope will win over fans of online games, and gamers itching for a sci-fi title that oozes humor and personality.
In a post on the PlayStation Blog, Rockstar has confirmed a PlayStation Network release date for their 2003 brawler based on the cinematic classic, The Warriors. The game will arrive on the service May 28 where it will be priced at $9.99.
It's probably not one of the best games Rockstar has ever made, but it ranks high in my heart. I'm not sure if it stands up to the test of time and it's been many years since I last played, but I'm ready to give Swan and the gang another chance (and it certainly has to beat the last attempt at a Warriors game).
The Warriors Coming Next Week to PSN [PS Blog]
Microsoft's Matt Booty affirmed earlier today that digital publishing policies on Xbox One would be no different than they were on Xbox 360. Any hope that Microsoft would right the ship that has inconvenienced a good number of former XBLA devs went down the drain after we learned that indies still won't be able to self-publish their wares. Never mind that just about every other viable platform gives them flexible options, because Microsoft is having none of it.
You don't have to take my word for it! Those devs and others have taken to Twitter to express their disappointment in Microsoft's stubbornness. Maybe if enough of them speak out, Microsoft will reconsider its plans, but I somehow doubt it.
Below are just a few choice tweets. I'm sure there are more if you search around, but this should serve as a tasty appetizer.
by: Nathan Carter
NEWS - If you frequent Mortal Kombat forums like I do, you would know that Mortal Kombat fans have essentially been begging Netherealm Studios to release a PC version of 2011's Mortal Kombat since it was released. They have signed petitions and have tweeted Netherealm Studios relentlessly hoping for a PC version. Well guys, your hard work has paid off as Warner Brothers have announced that a PC version of Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition will be released later this year.
The Komplete Edition comes packed with the four extra DLC characters Skarlet, Rain, Kenshi and Freddy Krueger along with 15 Klassic Mortal Kombat skins and three Klassic Fatalities for Scorpion, Sub-Zero and Ermac.
The Komplete Edition of Mortal Kombat is coming to PC's digitally on July 3rd and a physical retail version will be released on August 6th for Windows PC.
For more information be sure to check out their official website, their Facebook page, and their Twitter.
Be sure to also check out Cyril Lachel's reviews of Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat on the Vita which is essentially the Komplete Edition with Kratos.
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