Cloudberry Kingdom Community Tournament Recap

Today, a few Capsule Computers editors managed to gather a few members of our fantastic and loyal community, head down to the Ubisoft offices in Sydney and participate in a very special event. We were all there to try out Cloudberry Kingdom (check out the review here), and see who would come out on top of the great little platformer; the guys who work for Ubisoft, the journalists from Capsule Comp...

CC Review Roundup – Week of August 4-August 10, 2013

Join Capsule Computers editor Joe Morgan as he recaps all of the video game, anime, movie, and manga reviews for the week of August 4 – August 10, 2013. This feature is intended as a way to give you, our readers, a quick recap of every game we’ve reviewed on the site each week.  The goal is to let you get the review information you want in five minutes or less. Here’s your review breakdown for the...

Cloudberry Kingdom Review

Cloudberry Kingdom Developer: Pwnee Studios Publisher: Ubisoft Platforms: Xbox 360 (Reviewed), PS3, Wii U, PC Release Date: Out Now Price: $9.99/800MSP – Available on: XBLA, WiiU eShop, PSN, Steam   Overview Cloudberry Kingdom is a platformer that randomly generates levels for the player, allowing for infinite possibilities. Even the concept alone sounds promising, and Cloudberry Kingdom has...

Save Princess in Cloudberry Kingdom Today

Cloudberry Kingdom, the Pwnee Studios title that originally went through Kickstarter, and found a publisher in Ubisoft, is finally available on the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, Steam and Wii U! A PS Vita release is planned for later in the year. The platformer challenges gamers with deadly obstacle-course like adversity as they attempt to cross from one end of a randomly generated level ...

New Trailer Arrives for Cloudberry Kingdom

Ubisoft and Pwnee Studios‘ upcoming platformer Cloudberry Kingdom received a hilarious new trailer today. Taking a few veiled swipes at the Super Mario franchise, the narrator introduces Bob and his three friends, also conveniently known as Bob, as they dodge an obscene amount of traps and enemies. Death seems to be a common occurrence in Cloudberry Kingdom, and success is measured in inches...

Ubisoft’s PAX Australia Line-Up Announced

Ubisoft have just announced their line-up of games for PAX Australia 2013, running from July 19-21 at the Melbourne Showgrounds. Ubisoft will showcase a slew of titles, including the hotly anticipated Watch_Dogs, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Rocksmith 2014 Edition – the former two of which will be presented at the Uplay Theatre at their stand; no. 1536. Attendees of PAX will be ...

Ubisoft Autumn Digital Days 2013: Hands-On Coverage

Yesterday, I attended the inaugural Ubisoft Autumn Digital Days 2013 event. This event has been held in the past – specifically in France as the Spring Digital Days – but this was a first for Australia and the Southern Hemisphere at that. Present were a total of 8 titles ready for hands-on time, and another that was included in the brief opening presentation, but was curiously missing ...

Ubisoft Autumn Digital Days 2013: Hands-Off Impressions

Yesterday, I attended the inaugural Ubisoft Autumn Digital Days 2013 event. This event has been held in the past – specifically in France as the Spring Digital Days – but this was a first for Australia and the Southern Hemisphere at that. Present were a total of 8 titles ready for hands-on time, and another that was included in the brief opening presentation, but was curiously missing ...

Cloudberry Kingdom Kickstarter

Cloudberry Kingdom is working towards its September release for Steam and its December release for Wii U, though still working on possible Xbox LIVE Arcade and PSN releases.  Featuring a wide variety of difficulties, don’t worry easy is included, that adapt to skill level via AI programming to actually build the levels for the players.  Don’t fret about accidental impossible ones thoug...

Cloudberry Kingdom – Developers Challenge

To all players who pick up a copy of Cloudberry Kingdoms, the developers have issued the following challenge: We’re offering a $1,000 prize to whomever can be the first to beat the game on its hardest difficulty. How many developers are that confident in their games ability to create a fully completable level that players will find absolutely too difficult to complete? Not that many, I can a...

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