What are we playing this week?

Editor-in-Chief: MasterAbbott Well, well, welll…back to reality. I’m back from the Land of the Rising Sun. I bought myself a Japanese (NTSC) Nintendo 3DS with Japanese versions of Legend Of Zelda Ocarina Of Time, Resident Evil Mercs, One Piece Ultimate Cruise Special and a number of other DS games which I know are impossible to find anywhere else. Unfortunately, I still haven’t had time to play an...

Child of Eden Review

Child of Eden Developer: Q Entertainment Publisher: Ubisoft Platform: Xbox 360/Kinect compatible (Reviewed), Playstion 3/Playstation Move compatible Release Date: June 14, 2011 Price: $39.99 (Available HERE) Premise: When was the last time you decided to turn on your motion control device for your respective console? In the past, motion controls revolutionised the concepts of gameplay and interact...

Fable: The Journey demo was only four months old says Molyneux

Lets face it, the E3 demo for Fable: The Journey was most likely the weakest showing of the entire Microsoft press conference. Fable fans were appalled, those in attendance fell asleep and Peter Molyneux has been all over the board trying to explain why Fable: The Journey was such a disappointment. First having to counter the fact that Fable: The Journey isn’t actually on rails (despite it t...

The Black Eyed Peas Experience Headed to the Kinect & Nintendo Wii!

This is an announcement your either going to love or hate considering the subject. Today, Ubisoft revealed The Black Eyed Peas Experience, which will be yet another entry into the publisher’s dance game resume and will fully feature many of the Black Eyed Pea’s greatest hits, as well as the likeness of each member as players dance along with the Kinect or Wii control scheme. From the l...

Future Cabela hunting titles will use the Kinect

Have you ever wanted to aim down the sight of your gun, steady your aim and take down that twelve point buck but never really wanted to harm another living creature? Well my weak bellied friends you soon will be able to, or at least in some form because Activision has announced that their next Cabela hunting title will use the Kinect. This news comes from the ActivisionHunts twitter account which ...

Rise of Nightmares may finally make you use your Kinect again

Many of us can admit to buying a Kinect and then never using it. Some others may still use them everyday for their kids. Rise of Nightmares though is going to be a game you will want to keep away from your children. Not because you are afraid of them being scared by the title but because you won’t want to stop playing it. We recently saw an E3 trailer for the game that was mostly a teaser, b...

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier beta begins January 2012

Ubisoft announced via Twitter (yay… twitter) that they will be launching a beta for their upcoming game Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and that it will begin some point in January 2012. The beta will be for the multiplayer portion of the game only and there was no word as to whether or not this will mean that the Kinect support shown off at E3 will be available in the beta. One thing you should...

Halo Anniversary to feature Kinect support; won’t affect core gameplay

For some people when they hear the word Kinect integration, they cheer. For the rest however they usually just sigh and walk away. Now Microsoft announced today that Halo: Anniversary will indeed feature Kinect integration. In an interview with GameSpot, Microsoft Studios boss Phil Spencer said “As a first party we believe that Kinect will be important to all genres of games even games like ...

What are we playing this week?

After a hectic two weeks covering E3, we are finally back to the swing of things here at Capsule Computers…which means we’re back to asking our editors what they are playing! Check out the latest games we’ve thrown into our consoles, and don’t forget to tell us the games you’re playing too! Editor-in-Chief: MasterAbbott Konnichiwa everyone! MasterAbbott is in the land...

Fable III PC Review

Fable III Developer: Lionhead Studios Publisher: Microsoft Platform: PC (Xbox360 Review here) Genre: Role-Playing Price: $68.88 AUS (Buy Here)/ $36.47 US (Buy Here) Opening Fable III is a story of a Prince who must lead a revolution against his Tyrannical King brother and save the kingdom from an unknown darkness. The game is an amazing title that will amuse it’s player base for hours on end...

Kinect Star Wars E3 2011 gameplay video

Star Wars shall always burn eternal in many a person’s heart.  And with the announcement of Star Wars for the Kinect at the 2010 E3, most gamers felt that that flame would get brighter. And so it was that Microsoft’s E3 2011 press conference came and went but inside that press conference was a forceful video.  That gameplay video was: Kinect Star Wars. Many feel good about the title. M...

EA supports Kinect in a big way

At the Microsoft E3 2011 conference, EA had a tremendous showing of their support for Kinect, with the addition of motion controls to their sports franchises and voice control in Mass Effect 3.  Later on at the EA E3 2011 press conference, “EA SPORTS announced Kinect support for several of its blockbuster titles in 2012, including Madden NFL, Tiger Woods PGA TOUR  and FIFA.” In the nex...

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