[ #REVIEW] #Octodad: Dadliest Catch – An Octopus Out of Water | DualShockers - http://buff.ly/1l2HLVy
Tony writes “Video games usually fall into specific categories. There are first person shooters, action adventure, role playing, puzzle, fighting, etc. Then you have a game like Octodad: Dadliest Catch, which doesn’t exactly fit into any known genre that I can think of. This game is so out there that it may need its own genre, although I don’t exactly know what you would call it.”
Click the link above to read his full review of Octodad: Dadliest Catch.
This Year’s Call of Duty Title Gets Teased in New Image from Sledgehammer Games | DualShockers - http://buff.ly/1ifmsjY
Call of Duty has notably received flak for its annualized releases and criticized for lacking innovation in recent years, but with a first teaser image from this year’s upcoming Call of Duty title being released, those tides could certainly turn.
After first being shown privately at last month’s GDC 2014 in San Francisco, a teaser image from this year’s Call of Duty, under development by Sledgehammer Games, was released showing in-game character models, according to the game’s developers – you can check out the teaser image above.
#XboxOne Comes to #Japan in September, Nearly 50 Japanese Studios Registered to #Develop Games for Console | DualShockers - http://buff.ly/1ifmo3R
While the Xbox One has enjoyed a healthy launch since its release in the US back in November of last year, Microsoft’s new console has been announced to be making its debut in Japan this coming fall.
#Microsoft announced that the Xbox One will be launching in Japan on September 4th, 2014, and that the console will feature a number of titles already released here for the system, such as Ryse: Son of Rome, Forza Motorsport 5, Dead Rising 3, along with several upcoming titles like Sunset Overdrive and the new Halo title.
Hideo Kojima Will Make an “Important Announcement” Tomorrow, Gets Ideas for New Trailer at the Gym | DualShockers - http://buff.ly/1ifmiZM
They say inspiration can come literally anywhere, and apparently that happens to legendary developers like Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima, that has been teasing work on a new trailer for a couple days.