By now we have all heard that Telltale Games is closing. They have a small crew staying to reportedly finish up a Netflix project and everything else is cancelled. According to many this will include the long-awaited final season of The Walking Dead. The sad part of this is after many poor management decisions being tossed out by former employees and even some current ones fans of the series, many that bought the season pass will probably never get to see the end of an adventure they started back in 2012.
I do have to wonder tho if this is partly their own fault. While not all of their games were great most were pretty solid, but they made so many pretty quick it seems and a lot of people got pretty sick of them. Either way, sadly we may never get to see the end of a series many people, including myself have waited years to see. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
It was recently reported by Screen Rant that the Vancouver Capcom studio will be closing, and part of that closing will be taking Dead Rising 5 with it. The last iteration was met with mixed reviews and five seemed to have been meant to largely ignore its story. Sadly we now may never know, unless of course this zombie game somehow rises from the dead. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
It has been speculated for a while that Sony would be releasing a Classic version. Well that speculation can stop, it is official. Come this December, and for about $100 you can get 20 classic PlayStation games packed into a smaller version of this system including Final Fantasy 7 and Wild Arms. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
Gamespot recently reported that during a recent interview Pete Hines made some interesting remarks about the Next generation of consoles. He went so far to say he is “privy” to some info but can’t talk about it. It also seems to that many suspicions that the new Elder Scrolls would skip this generation entirely is most likely true. Check out the Gamespot link for more details, and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
Announced at the Delayed but finally held Nintendo Direct, and as announced by GameRant coming in 2019 is Luigi’s Mansion and Animal Crossing for the Nintendo Switch. Not a lot was shown or even known about them but Luigi’s Mansion is just a working title and is likely to change before release. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
In pretty significant news for RPG fans on the Xbox and Switch as reported by Kotaku a whole list of classic Final Fantasy games are coming in 2019. This includes Final Fantasy 7 Final Fantasy 9 FF10 and 10-2 along with the ever divisive Final Fantasy 12:Zodiac Age. Click the Kotaku link for a more complete list, and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
It was recently revealed that Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles will be remastered for the PS4 and Nintendo Switch. The original was released for the Gamecube and was multiplayer but was honestly a bit odd in that it required everyone to have the GameBoy Advance. Thankfully this time around you won’t need that, so look for that in 2019. Check here for more details.
In other Final Fantasy news that honestly at this point shouldn’t surprise anyone, it seems like the Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be missing from the Tokyo Game Show. This most likely means there won’t be any real news and definitely no release date until 2019 at the earliest. To me tho the FF7 hype train is long gone and even most hardcore fans like myself don’t seem to even care. At this point we simply watch as this dumpster fire unfolds. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.