Ah, the days of classic cartoons that were created for the dual purpose of entertaining kids and selling them piles of toys. It's a spirit that lives in Cartoon Network's Tenkai Knights and the next step for the animated action series is the video game realm, with Bandai Namco's Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle.
The Japanese dungeon-crawler Mind Zero is set to come to North America this spring, Aksys Games announced today. It was co-developed by Class of Heroes studio Zerodiv, and will be released both digitally and at retail for $39.99.
I sure hope you've carved out all of Sunday afternoon, because you have some PC games you need to catch up on! That's right! Get to filling up that back catalog, because you're going to busy all of Sunday playing through as many PC games as you can! Besides, it's not like there's anything else going on that day, right?
GameFly Digital wants to get you in on some Early Access games, including Kerbal Space Program. Amazon continues its January sale, adding Tomb Raider and Guild Wars 2 to its sale list. Green Man Gaming is offering free Rome: Total War with purchase of a select Sega game. And Steam has put up the Splinter Cell franchise on sale, with a sprinkling of Kingdoms of Amalur and Guacamelee on the side. Check out the full list of deals after the break.
Microsoft announced yet another channel in its ever-increasing line-up of Xbox apps today. The GoPro channel will launch on Xbox 360 this spring and subsequently on Xbox One in summer, offering curated video content captured by GoPro cameras.
Forza Motorsport 5 is getting another dose of cars next Tuesday, in the 'Smoking Tire Car Pack.' Named after the popular car enthusiast site, it costs $10 for 10 cars, nine of which need to be unlocked in-game after purchasing the pack.
American McGee's Spicy Horse has downsized its Shanghai studio due to the Akaneiro: Demon Hunters failing quite massively. McGee revealed that Spicy Horse has spent about $2 million in total making the free-to-play action-RPG, which first launched at the end of January 2013, but has only made back around $300,000.
This is it. Come confirm your weekends one last time. Join hosts Garnett Lee, Jeff Cannata, and Brian Leahy, reunited one more time with all of your favorite guests from the last 202 episodes: The Escapist's Andrea Rene, Joystiq's Xav de Matos, The Odd Gentleman's Nikole Zivalich, Christian Spicer, Naughty Dog's Jason Paul, and "Indie" Jeff Mattas. We are ghost.
EverQuest Next has been billed as Sony Online Entertainment's next-generation, fully destructible MMO, with EQN Landmark promising an in-game building experience unlike any other. To help usher in the Year of EverQuest, EQN Landmark's alpha will open its doors tonight to a number of devoted fans and creative minds. Shacknews was given the opportunity to try out the Landmark alpha and, while it has a number of technical issues, it shows a unique ambition with the potential to take MMORPGs to new heights.
Just as the early videos implied, Landmark's building tool proved user-friendly and easy to use. The bread and butter is in the add and delete tools, along with the selection tools. Players gather resources by picking away at just about anything in the world with their trusty pickaxe, gathering dirt, wood, metal, and other elements across different environments. In my time with the game, all players started off across a barren desert before branching out towards mountainous terrain and a vast forest region.
Ooh, aah, didn't it look pretty when all those little ships buzzed about and blew each other to pieces in the Star Swarm tech demo? Creator Oxide Games has, as promised, now released a downloadable real-time benchmark demo of the Nitrous engine showcase, so all and sundry can force thousands of people to die for their amusement and delight inside their very own computer box.