Announced during the Horizon indie press conference, the sequel to magical puzzler and will again be fronted by occasionally controversial Phil Fish with Disasterpiece returning to work on the game’s soundtrack.
We already knew it was coming, but Nintendo showcased a new trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD and it was gorgeous.
Set for a release in spring 2014, the game was revealed during the E3 edition of Nintendo Direct.
Some of the games we’re most looking forward to before E3 changes our minds.
Retailer listing and a help page on EA’s own site fuel rumours of an E3 reveal.
Publisher takes three years to listen to customers, but at least they listened.
Dead Island: Riptide manages to hold onto the top spot for a third consecutive week – one more than its predecessor – despite yet another sharp drop in sales.
Despite all of the negativity I see around EA, they must be doing things right as people continue to buy their games is mammoth volumes.
Injustice: Gods Among Us had just a single week at the top as it’s been knocked down into second by Dead Island: Riptide which debuts at number one.
If there’s two things I like it’s exciting new IPs and collector’s editions.
“FIFA 14 will play the way great football matches are contested”.
Holding on for a third week, BioShock Infinite is top of the UK chart, followed by a fourth consecutive week in second for Tomb Raider.
Warner Bros. has announced the next title in the popular Batman: Arkham series in the form or Origins.