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Yoshinori Ono Announces Deep Down for PlayStation 4

As he stood on stage at the PlayStation Meeting 2013, Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono reflected on past Capcom series like Street Fighter, Resident Evil, and Monster Hunter. More importantly, though, Ono announced, in both English and Japanese, the first Capcom game for the PlayStation 4 – a game with the working title Deep Down. Deep Down looks like a deep, dark fantasy adventure akin to Dark ...

DriveClub Announced for PlayStation 4

In the past, PlayStation consoles have always launched with a racing game, whether Ridge Racer or Gran Turismo.  This time around, a new challenger enters the race. Evolution Studios, developers of MotorStorm, have announced their inaugural PlayStation 4 title.  With its focus on team-based racing, DriveClub will come to the PlayStation 4 with all of the detail you were wanting from a Gran Turismo...

Vita And PlayStation 4 Work Closely Together with Remote Play

With the president of Gaikai on stage for Sony’s Meeting 2013, several big topics were announced.  One of the most significant of those announcements, though, was the introduction of what Sony is calling “Remote Play.” As demonstrated on-stage with Knack, Sony’s first officially announced PlayStation 4 title, Remote Play will allow players to pick up their PlayStation Vita ...

First PlayStation 4 Game Announced as Knack

With Sony having its Meeting 2013 on a cold February Wednesday, everyone wondered what Sony would have coming down the pipe.  Would they announce the next system?  What about the new controller or system capabilities?  Would they show off any games? Approximately twenty minutes into the meeting, Sony’s Mark Cerny announced the first official PlayStation 4 game,  a title that he is directing....

Awesomenauts Gets New Playable Character – Genji!

When Awesomenauts was originally released in mid-2012, it had eight playable characters for consoles. Now the PC version has seen another four exclusive characters.  Coming soon, Awesomenauts gets its first new support character – Genji! Genji is a pollen prophet and one of the last of his caterpillar-type race known as the Entin.  Known for their insatiable hunger, the Entin were almost tot...

Dragon Quest X Wii U Gets Japanese Release Date

Fans of the lauded Dragon Quest series have long been clamoring for more to sink their teeth into.  While many were taken aback when it was revealed that Dragon Quest X would not only be an online game, but require a subscription as well, that didn’t stop the rest of their fans from hoping. News was revealed today via the Japanese Dragon Quest site that not only would the game see a launch o...

Chasing Aurora Review

Chasing Aurora Developer: Broken Rules Publisher: Broken Rules Platforms:  Wii U (reviewed) Release Date: November 18, 2012 Price: $14.99 – Available Here Overview Broken Rules, developers of indie darling And Yet It Moves, have brought their sophomore title to the Wii U’s eShop environment.  One of the curious things about Chasing Aurora is that it is literally only available for Wii ...

Hitman HD Trilogy Review

Hitman HD Trilogy Developer: IO Interactive Publisher: Square Enix Platforms:  Xbox 360 (reviewed), PlayStation 3 Release Date: January 29, 2013 Price: $39.99 – Available Here Overview For over a decade now, Agent 47 has been sneaking around, hiding in plain sight.  He is paid to do one thing, and he does it very well.  If it’s possible you’ve made someone’s hit list, you s...

Turbolab Pursuit Launches on iOS

All new for iPhone and iPad, app studio KoolFing has teamed up with BulkyPix to launch their newest title, Turbolab Pursuit, a 2D game that features a mix of runner and shoot ’em up gameplay. In a world where automobiles are a recent discovery, you’ll take on the role of a mad scientist putting the finishes on his prototype vehicle.  You’ll have to escape hordes of enemies and pr...

Little Inferno Review

Little Inferno Developer: Tomorrow Corporation Publisher: Nintendo Platforms:  Wii U (reviewed), PC, iPad Release Date: November 18, 2012 Price: $9.99 – Available Here Overview Developed by the Tomorrow Corporation, Little Inferno was one of the first games to enter the world of Nintendo Wii U’s eShop marketplace.  Though the studio itself is quite small (with only three developers), t...

Asylum’s Dagon Engine Goes Open-Source

The Kickstarter for  Asylum will soon draw to a close and with only 2 weeks left until its money-raising campaign comes to an end, developer Senscape has officially announced that their game engine, the Dagon engine, is now officially open-source, effective immediately. An AMA session has been scheduled for February 14 (Valentine’s Day) at 4 PM EST (9 PM GMT), where the company will be takin...

Fire Emblem Awakening 3DS Unboxing Video

With its present scarcity, Fire Emblem: Awakening has become quite the hot ticket item.  We here at Capsule Computers were recently able to acquire one of the new Fire Emblem edition 3DS handheld consoles, and we’ve recorded an unboxing video for your watching enjoyment. For those interested, the console is the standard size 3DS, though it costs the same as the 3DS XL.  While it comes with a...

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