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Namco Bandai has announced that Project X Zone is headed to 3DS on June 25th in North America. The news comes via its official site and has since been confirmed to IGN by Namco representatives, though a specific European date hasn't been revealed just yet.
Dragavon wrote:He's being diplomatic again.
Zechs wrote:I have to repress you more. You're way too goodie two shoes.
Fat Ollie Weeks wrote:I swear to God, you are so boring sometimes I think you're just a stealth-mod-bot that Jude has coded.
Microsoft will reveal its next-generation Xbox at an event on 21st May, multiple reports have suggested.
The console will launch in "early November", seasoned Microsoft analyst Paul Thurrot has revealed. These details have been independently backed up by The Verge.
Named just "Xbox", Microsoft's machine will be "expensive" and cost around $500 (roughly £326, although likely higher in the UK). A lower price $300 (£195) model will also be available with some form of subscription.
Regarding the console's rumoured "always-online" component, Thurrot reiterated what we knew already - that previous Microsoft design documents have mentioned the feature.
"Looking at some of the stuff I got a long time ago, it actually says 'must be internet-connected to use' in the notes," Thurrot claimed. "And that's all I have, but it does say that."
SuperginraiX wrote:It's not that this would affect ME much since I have a constant internet connection but... well, actually it does since my "constant" connection cuts out every once in a while. It's bad enough that I randomly get kicked out of multiplayer because of it but how annoying would it be to be kicked out of a single player game?
And what about people who live in rural areas where a constant internet connection isn't the norm?
Hopefully, this "must be internet-connect to use" thing isn't actually happening. Yet. I mean, ten years from now? It makes sense. Right now? Still seems sort of pipe-dreamy.
The US Patent & Trademark Office recently published a patent application from Microsoft that reveals that they have their eye on a future 3D Glasses-Free User Interface for a possible full range of devices including smartphones, a next generation Xbox controller and smart TVs. Microsoft's invention focuses on implementing a newly advanced omni-spatial gesturing input system that includes specialized gesture sensors. The new gesturing technology is intended to provide users with a superior means of executing hover based gesturing on future devices that are accurately delivered on both regular and 3D user interfaces
Warner Bros. has grabbed a few domains for what seems to be a Mad Max game. MadMaxGame.com - MadMaxTheGame.com - WorldGoneMadLegendOfMax.com are now under Warner Bros. possession.
SEGA has officially confirmed a HD update of the Genesis/Mega Drive classic Castle of Illusion will be released in Summer 2013.
The game will be available through on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC and is being developed by SEGA Studios Australia.
For those of us who gave up on dating humans, but do not want to resort to carrying wigs on trains, Japanese dating sims like "Hatoful Boyfriend" gave us a glimpse of how it is to date pigeons (literally). But now, there is "Jurassic Heart" that lets you date Taira-kun, who is a ukulele playing T-rex!
I ended up having a good ending and it was really sweet. Both Jurrasic Heart and Hatoful Boyfriend are for females, but do not worry. There is PacaPlus, a dating sim where your human girlfriend turns into an alpaca.
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Bored With Your Pigeon Boyfriend? Try A T-Rex Dating Sim!
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