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    Battlefield 4 is set in the present day and showcases the sheer warfare that takes place between rival countries across the globe. With its first person view, violent combat and aggressive warfare […]

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    Watch Dogs is a present-day-take on the power and abilities that one man can gain to rule the city that we merely fear to see in the future. With its violent and action aspects, Watch Dogs is […]

  • ThumbnailRockstar Games announce that the GTA Online Independence Day Special will close in less than a week.
    Grand Theft Auto: Online developers, Rockstar Games, announced today that there is less than a week left to […]

  • ThumbnailUFC Demo Now Available To Download For Next Gen Platforms.
    Electronic Arts announced today that a demo for the upcoming UFC demo will be available from today spanning the Microsoft Xbox One console and the Sony <a title="Playstation 4" […]

  • New Ways To Play at the Nintendo E3 2014 Press Conference
    Over the past few years Nintendo haven’t announced anything big, per-say but they always manage to announce something interesting and appealing to players of all ages and with many gamers assuming that Nintendo were not going to hold a press conference this year: Nintendo came out with a funny and witty press conference whilst also announcing some new games and hardware like the “Amiibo”.
    Amiibo

    Amiibo was definitely the most notable point about the Nintendo E3 2014 press conference as it is going to be a major player in Nintendo’s first party games and will hopefully be opened up to third party developers over the coming year. Amiibo is an action figure – like what Disney Infinity uses – but for multiple games; you can take your Amiibo into five different games where you can grow and improve their skills!

    Around 10 figures are set to be available at launch with Super Smash Bros. set to be the first game to support Amiibo. Other games including: Mario Kart 8, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, Mario Party 10 and Yoshi’s Woolly World will have Amiibo support.
    Mario Maker (Working title)

    Mario Maker was yet another surprise announcement at the Nintendo E3 2014 conference as in all the years that we have been able to play Mario games, not once have we been able to create full levels ourselves but now: Nintendo are giving players the opportunity to do so with the arrival of Mario Maker.

     
    Yoshi’s Woolly World

    One of everyone’s most favourite characters from the world of Mario is: Yoshi and now he has his own game too! Yoshi’s Woolly World is a game focussing on similar elements to Mario Bros. where you can explore different worlds alone or with a co-op partner but this is not your ordinary exploration game – oh no! Yoshi’s world is all made of wool!

    From the platforms to the pipes to Yoshi himself: all made out of wool. The game looks insanely fun to play with the ability to eat your co-op partner and spit them back out to get them to higher positions looks like a lot of fun.

     

    Plenty of other games were announced at the Nintendo E3 2014 conference including:

    Art Academy (working title) (Wii U)
    Bayonetta 2 (Wii U)
    Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Wii U)
    Hyrule Warriors (Wii U)
    Kirby (working title) (Wii U)
    Mario Party 10 -(Wii U)
    Mario vs Donkey Kong (Working title) (Wii U)
    Splatoon (Wii U)
    Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U)

     

    Third Party Games

    Publisher
    Title
    Release Date

    Wii U

    Activision
    Skylanders: Trap Team
    10th October

    Activision
    Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark
    27th June

    BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe
    One Piece Unlimited World Red
    27th June

    BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe
    Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2
    October

    Disney
    Disney Infinity Play Without Limits 2.0
    Autumn 

    Little Orbit
    Falling Skies
    Autumn

    Little Orbit
    How to Train Your Dragon 2
    Summer

    Sega
    Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric
    November

    Ubisoft
    Just Dance 2015
    October

    Ubisoft
    Watch Dogs
    Autumn

    Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
    LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
    Q4

    Wii U eShop

    Ackk Studios
    Chromophore: The Two Brothers Director’s Cut
    Q4

    Arachnid Games
    Ballpoint Universe
    Summer

    Atlus
    Citizen of Earth
    Autumn

    BeautiFun Games
    Nihilumbra
    Summer

    Breakfall
    STARWHAL: Just the Tip
    Q3 

    Curve Studios
    Stealth Inc. 2
    Q3 

    Curve Studios
    Lone Survivor
    Q4

    Digital Lounge
    Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition
    Summer

    Drinkbox
    Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition
    Summer 

    Frima Studios
    Chariot
    Autumn

    Fuzzy Wuzzy Games
    Armillo
    Summer

    Gamesbymo
    A.N.N.E.
    2014 

    Image & Form
    SteamWorld Dig
    Autumn 

    Knapnok
    Affordable Space Adventures
    Autumn

    Neko Entertainment
    Wooden Sen’Sey
    Summer

    Nicalis
    1001 Spikes
    Summer

    Nicalis
    90s Arcade Racer
    Summer

    Nnooo
    Cubemen 2
    Q3

    Nyamyam
    Tengami
    Summer

    Rain
    Teslagrad
    2014

    Ronimo Games BV
    Swords & Soldiers 2
    Q4 

    Slightly Mad
    Project CARS
    Q4

    Turtle Cream
    6180 the Moon
    Q3 

    Watermelon
    Pier Solar HD
    Q3

    Yacht Club Games
    Shovel Knight
    July

    Nintendo 3DS

    Activision
    Skylanders: Trap Team
    10th October

    Activision
    Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark
    27th June

    BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe
    One Piece Unlimited World Red
    27th June

    BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe
    Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2
    October

    BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe
    Tenkai Knights Brace Battle
    Autumn

    BigBen Interactive
    Hello Kitty Happy Family
    26th September

    BigBen Interactive
    WRC Official Game of the 2014 World Rally Championship
    October

    Capcom
    MONSTER HUNTER 4 ULTIMATE
    2015

    EA
    EA SPORTS FIFA 15
    September 

    Konami
    Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Carnival
    27th June

    Little Orbit
    How to Train Your Dragon 2
    Summer

    Little Orbit
    Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom
    Autumn 

    Little Orbit
    Planes: Fire & Rescue
    Autumn

    Little Orbit
    Violetta: Rhythm & Music
    Autumn

    Little Orbit
    Winx Club: Saving Alfea
    Autumn

    NISA
    Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth
    2014

    Sega
    Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal
    November

    Square Enix
    THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL
    19th September

    Ubisoft
    Tetris Ultimate
    Autumn

    Ubisoft
    Petz Beach
    Autumn

    Ubisoft
    Petz Countryside
    Autumn

    Warner Bros
    LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids
    1st August

    Warner Bros
    LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
    Q4

    Nintendo 3DS eShop

    ATLUS
    Citizens of Earth
    Autumn

    ATLUS
    Shin Megami Tensei IV
    Q3

    Big John Games
    Thorium Wars 3D
    Summer

    Capcom
    Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy
    Winter

    Digital Lounge
    Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition
    Summer

    Gaijin Games
    Woah Dave!
    Summer

    Goodbye Galaxy Games
    Tappingo 2
    Summer

    Hörberg Productions
    Gunman Clive 2
    Autumn

    Mojo Bones
    Siesta Fiesta
    July

    Nicalis
    1001 Spikes
    Summer

    Nnooo
    Blast ’em Bunnies
    Q4

    Renegade Kid
    Treasurenauts
    Q4

    Renegade Kid
    Moon Chronicles (ep. 1 & 2)
    2014 

    WayForward Technologies
    Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse
    Summer

    Yacht Club Games
    Shovel Knight
    Summer 

    Watch The Full Press Conference here.

    With Nintendo unveiling quite a few surprise announcements: which was your favourite from this year’s Nintendo E3 2014 press conference?

  • The Sims 4 Release Date Has Been Announced For September 2nd 2014.
    At EA’s annual E3 conference, the team finally revealed the release date for the highly-anticipated Sims 4. The release date, for the Sims 4, has been announced as September 2nd 2014; the game will release worldwide spanning multiple consoles.

    ts4_build_4The partnership between EA and Maxis, the developer behind the popular simulation game: The Sims, has been a long and lasting partnership for many years and are always surprising players with new and exciting features in each iteration of The Sims.

    During EA’s E3 2014 conference, EA showcased those new and exciting features for The Sims 4. One of the most notable implementations, in The Sims 4, is the more life-like element to the game with your Sim’s having different facial expressions as well as each Sim having different attitudes which can be reflected in the day-to-day lives of every Sim in your game.

    The Sims 4 is a vast improvement from its predecessor as the updated game engine allows for improved graphics and playability as well as the integration of a gallery. The new gallery enables you to view homes and Sims created by other players; not only can you view them but you can import other player’s Sim’s into your game where you can interact and communicate with them too!

    With the Sims being an established franchise, The Sims 4 can only please the players even more than the previous Sims games have and with the implementation of an overhauled ‘Build Mode‘, what more can players ask for in the upcoming Sims 4?

  • ThumbnailPlenty of Xbox One Indie Games Coming To The Console This Year
    Today, at Microsoft’s annual E3 2014 conference, a whole host of new Xbox One Indie games were unveiled, through Microsoft’s new ID @ Xbox […]

  • The Free PS3 Games List. For more free games head here.
    There is a good choice of free Playstaion 3 Games on the Playstation Store, including some great classics which are set in the past and there are also […]

  • ThumbnailIs the Kinect worth it? check out our list of 10 Kinect games worth playing
    The Xbox Kinect is definitely one of the most adventurous creations in the gaming world to date; you can seamlessly play and interact […]

  • Wow, the new profile look is awesome!

  • Toby Clench wrote a new post, (no title), on the site Einfo Games 2 years, 4 months ago

    With indie games becoming a huge part of next generation consoles, it is important not to forget where indie games originated – the PC. Indie games on PC have always been great, by being fun to play and overall […]

  • ThumbnailThe independent game development company Mososh, the studio behind Chronicles of Herenvale, is excited to release their new browser based MMO, Cyberpunks Vs. Syndicates!
    Cyberpunks Vs. Syndicates is a fun and […]

  • ThumbnailMany fans of the Uncharted series were pleased to see that the multiplayer element of the latest game in the series, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, became free-to-play. As a Playstation exclusive game, Uncharted […]

  • ThumbnailWikipad, the highly-successful tablet – in the United States of America, is finally coming over the seas to the United Kingdom! The Wikipad tablet is said to be ‘The Tablet Made For Games’ because it offers […]

  • Toby Clench changed their profile picture 2 years, 5 months ago

  • Genius, the creators of fantastic gaming keyboards, recently unveiled their latest keyboard, the KB-G265, which is the successor to KB-G255. Many devices such as a gaming mouse, keyboard or headset can be very […]

  • ThumbnailThe world famous dance workout routine, and now a success in the video games industry – Zumba, recently announced a new title for consoles named, Zumba® Fitness World Party. In Zumba® Fitness World Party there […]

  • With indie games becoming a huge part of next generation consoles, it is important not to forget where indie games originated – the PC. Indie games on PC have always been great, by being fun to play and overall […]

  • ThumbnailArrowhead Studios revealed today that the games studio will be utilizing the high-end game engine, developed by Bitsquid, for their next game – Helldivers, which will be a Playstation exclusive game for […]

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