Square-Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XIII-2′s DLC run has come to an end with the release of “Lightning’s Story: Requiem of the Goddess” and “Snow’s Story: Perpetual Battlefield.”
In the last week we have seen an outbreak of delays. Well today the epidemic hit Obsidian Studio’s South Park: The Game. Originally “South Park” had an undefined 2012 release date, that has now changed to an undefined 2013 release date.
Addressing the company’s on-going stance of having some DLC on-disc to help “ensure for a smooth transition when the DLC is available, allowing players who choose not to purchase the content the ability to play against players that did” Capcom VP Christian Svensson posted the following letter on Capcom Unity.
The Tomb Raider franchise showed a promising reboot at E3 2011, since then we’ve seen the game evolve to something even non Tomb Raider fans were anticipating its release. Well the masses will have to wait just a bit longer. Tomb Raider has been delayed from a Fall 2012 window to Q1 2013 .
As if I don’t have enough to do in Skyrim, Bethesda has announced new DLC this summer for its massive, seemingly endless-in-a-good-way RPG.
Back when arcades were still a thing, I loved playing side-scrolling beat ‘em ups. Whether they be Final Fight, X-Men, TMNT, the Simpsons…button mashing the snot out of nameless drones was a fun diversion. Two of Sega’s side-scrolling gems: Streets of Rage and Golden Axe will be coming to XBLA.
SAN MATEO, Calif. — Jan. 31, 2012 — Capcom®, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games today confirmed that Dragon’s Dogma™, its highly anticipated open world action title, will be released for the Xbox 360 ® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system in North America on May 22, 2012 and across Europe on May 25, 2012. Capcom is also pleased to announce that purchasers of Dragon’s Dogma will have the opportunity to be the first to experience a playable demo of Resident Evil® 6, ahead of its release on Nov. 20, 2012.
The last time South Park was on consoles was that odd first person shooter on the N64. Why was it a first person shooter? Because Goldeneye and Turok were big things back then I guess. The developers of Fallout:New Vegas are crafting this new South Park: The Game as an RPG, which I think is the better genre choice.