Available for the Nintendo 3DS on June 5, 2012.
Ubisoft delivers a near perfect port of a near perfect game.
Stunning animations and gorgeous art design make this 2D platformer a must see for all gamers. The visuals aren’t the only trick up up Ubisoft’s sleeve though. The game’s top-notch controls and level design will assure you that the flashy visuals are merely the icing on a gameplay-focused cake.
Pre-ordering will nab you a free copy of Rayman 2.
Ubisoft revealed today that Rayman Origins will released on PC on March 29, 2012. The title was originally released on the Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 last November and will also see a release on the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita.
Resident Evil: Revelations will be the first demo available.
Downloadable 3DS demos were mentioned to be a part of the latest firmware update and they are finally making an appearance with the release of the demo for Resident Evil: Revelations tomorrow. Of course all demos will be free of charge.
Twenty-five titles available on day one.
This past weekend the PlayStation Vita launched in Japan and did rather well. With the initial launch of the system now behind us, it’s time to start looking forward to the day when the rest of the world will be able to purchase Sony’s new handheld: February 22, 2012. Sony had already announced the European launch titles during a Vita event in London a few weeks back and has only just now revealed what the US can expect on store shelves come launch day.
Maybe November release schedules, Call of Duty, Battlefield, and Skyrim aren't the same as life, the universe, and everything, but they're pretty close, right?
Episode 42 welcomes rookie PixlTalkers Jesse Miller and Mike Wall to the group as they join Jason Ross and Joaquim Mira. This week's episode has three main topics, the first involving the holiday onslaught of game after game after game. In particular, the group really feels like Ubisoft just didn't time their release dates well. Afterward, conversation moves to Modern Warfare 3's multiplayer, as well as the game's rivalry with Battlefield 3. The podcast concludes with some discussion of Skyrim, its dragons, and its glitches. Click through to listen to the podcast!
It appears that Nintendo's not the only company that can make a stunning 2D platformer.
Last week if you would've asked me what Rayman game you should play to get into the series, I would've unquestionably told you Rayman 2: The Great Escape. Today, that all changes with Rayman Origins. This gorgeous platformer manages to surpass a longtime favorite of mine with its skillfully executed level design and charming presentation.
Available for the PlayStation 3, XBox 360, and Nintendo Wii on November 15, 2011.