For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week!
Asura’s Wrath will quite possibly be the most insane game of 2012. Absolute rage, battles with monstrous gods, truly intense gameplay. Asura’s Wrath has a release date of February 21st for North America, and February 24th for Europe. What do you think? Cheesy or brilliant?
Final Fantasy XIII-2 has hit stores in Japan! It will reach North America January 31st and Europe February 3rd. The sequel actually sounds better than its predecessor! You can recruit monsters, replay the game for new items and story, wear Ezio Auditore’s Assassin’s Creed outfit, and replay missions for different results. For more details, see the link above.
Modest details have been released about GTA V, although the game is expected to hit stores sometime next year (around summer). Of course few concrete facts inevitably lead to an influx of rumors about many aspects of the game.
Rumors and truths about GTA V. What to believe and what is just made up…See the article for more details.
The next Soul Calibur will be here before you know it. It is set for release the same day as Final Fantasy XIII-2, January 31, 2012 in North America, and February 3 in Europe. Our UK readers can even get a free copy of Soul Calibur V and a PlayStation 3 if you are the winner of Namco Bandai’s best Soul Calibur V cosplay. You have until January 23rd to submit your entry, and you must be a UK resident over age 6 dressed as a character from Soul Calibur V (although Ezio Auditore da Firenze costumes are ineligible).
KitGuru brings you information on the upcoming Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Versus XIII, including gameplay, story, etc.
Critics are already raving about XIII-2 as a tremendous improvement over XIII. It is the 18th game in Famitsu history to earn a perfect score, and assistant editor Norihiro Fujiwara says, “The setting and presentation is fantastic, and the issues people brought up with the first game – its linearity, its lack of meaty gameplay – are a thing of the past. You’re sucked into the game right from the beginning, and the story’s very easy to get into.” Reviewer Ranbu Yoshida even says, “It feels like a very different game from its predecessor; the story changes depending on where you choose to go in your time-traveling journey, and it’s easy to lose yourself in changing and redoing areas you’ve previously finished.”
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