Nintendo revealed new games for the Wii U today on their Nintendo Direct video, and did they deliver. To draw in the crowd to take the Wii U more seriously before Microsoft and Sony are getting ready to announce their next-gen consoles, the Big N is getting us hyped for this year’s E3 for a couple of games they are going to show off.
Announced back in 2010 during the Tokyo Game Show (for those who do not know, it is a video game convention that is basically Japan’s E3 or Gamescom), Capcom surprised many about a fifth Devil May Cry game was in production. Not only that, but it was a reboot being developed by Ninja Theory, known for Enslaved: Odyssey to the West and the PlayStation 3 exclusive Heavenly Sword. The fans erupted into madness after discovering how Dante was given a completely different design and origin. Capcom and Ninja Theory tried to calm down the chaos by revealing more of the gameplay and behind-the-scene footage, showing how it is similar to the old series as well as trying to give it a new fresh start.
This article will NOT address any spoilers in the game, so any of you who haven’t played the game yet will not have to worry about being spoiled.
Welcome to Week 2, everybody. In this new episode, it is more action-packed with Akane and Aoi testing out their new abilities, a closer look at the Alone, and even…some yuri between the two girls?
Once upon a time, there was an anime in 2008 that was called Strike Witches. The story took place in an alternate retelling of World War II, where instead of the struggles between the Allied and Axis Powers, it was about a military organization of young girls with magical abilities must fight an alien invasion from destroying Earth. The main selling point of this anime? None of the girls wear pants at all throughout the series. Strike Witches was a smash hit in Japan and received a second season and even a full-feature theatrical film. Now, director Kazuhiro Takamura made a new anime that bear similarities to Strike Witches, and that is Vividred Operation.
Spoiler Alert – After the break, I will be talking about the entire episode. I recommend you should watch the episode first if you do not want to be spoiled.
If you are a huge fan of Valve’s Team Fortress 2 as much as I am, you must of heard about the news of the game will retiring 9 of the original hats that started the whole Hat Simulator fiasco. In two weeks from now, the game will remove Batter’s Helmet, Football Helmet, Fancy Fedora, Mining Light, Prussian Pickelhaube, Pyro’s Beanie, Soldier’s Stash, Trophy Belt, and Demoman’s Fro from the Mann Co. Store, random drops, and crafting.
Hello, I am RedFire Mario, one of the authors of this blog. My hobbies include playing video games, a moviegoer, and watching anime from time to time. As author, I will most likely will be typing out reviews on what I have played or watched and may also cover on some news that are going on in the video game industry. My first real post will be coming soon, so take care.