“The Wii platform, ten years ago, was so successful and anything you launched on it was selling. Even with some lesser qualitative stuff, you were able to be successful. But that was all changing and you could only sell quality products. We had Mario & Sonic back in those days, and that game was selling so much that a number of other titles could afford to underperform. But when the sales of Mario & Sonic, and the Wii in general, began to slow down, it became very visible that we had to change.”
Tell someone that a video game can be considered a piece of art and the likelihood is they’ll either raise their eyebrows or just laugh at you.
Sony has revealed this week’s round of PlayStation Store deals, and they’re slim pickings. That’s hardly a surprise, though, considering we’re coming off the back of a massive, two-week sale that saw hundreds of PS4, PS3, Vita, and even PSPtitles drop in price. Still, players can find a couple of enticing deals on the digital store this week.
NetherRealm is planning a busy March for Mortal Kombat X. New DLC will be available for purchase next month, as will a new edition of the game. The Kombat Pack 2 DLC will include four new fighters, skin packs, as well as the Apocalypse pack and the new edition of the game, Mortal Kombat XL, for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will include everything.
Like many other online games, a match of Overwatch can be severely impacted by players who go idle, harass others, or otherwise exhibit what Blizzard broadly labels as “bad behavior.” Because of that, the developer has announced plans to more severely punish those who would ruin the experience for others.
The Lowriders: Custom Classics update on GTA Online is bringing the two more muscle cars to the game, the Vapid Slamvan and the Dundreary Virgo Classic. In addition to the to new cars, the Willard Faction, has a new upgrade style that will definitely take you to a new level.
I felt we had to mention this very quickly, since I’m sure some fans will want to know the info, even if it’s disappointing. A rating for Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 has surfaced, but the sad news is that there’s no mention of 3DS or Switch. The rating only talks PS4, Xbox One and PC. If that changes, we’ll be sure to give you more details.