Nate Ming wrote:Oh, how nice of you, Team Ninja. How did you know that I wanted a Limited Edition for Ninja Gaiden 3, so I have another cartoonishly huge box to throw into my closet and even more stuff to decorate my desk with?
Or maybe Team Ninja just wanted to give more to fans than a cruel and hilarious-looking multiplayer mode, as the Ninja Gaiden 3 Limited Edition comes with quite a bit more than just the now-standard artbook and soundtrack combination.
Pick up the Limited Edition and you'll get a copy of the game for your (HD) system of choice, an official soundtrack, the Unmask artbook, a figurine showcasing Ryu dueling with the freaky Regent of the Mask, and a code for the Dead or Alive 5 demo with four available characters.
Not too shabby! What do you think? Are you going to be picking up the LE so you have some extra goodies before diving headlong into Ryu's newest, morality-driven tale of bloody ninja revenge?
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Marc Graser wrote:New console Ouya hits retailers including Amazon, Target, Best Buy in June
Ouya: New Kid in the Console Game ($99)
Fully funded by gamers on Kickstarter last year, the first significant console not built by Microsoft, Sony or Nintendo was shipped to more than 46,000 backers March 28 (it hits retailers like Amazon, Target and Best Buy in June).
The cube-shaped device also is notable as the first gaming platform powered by Google’s open-sourced Android software, which drives a majority of the world’s smartphones and tablets, and is essentially aimed at boosting the profile of independent gamemakers by giving that community a popular new device on which to distribute its creations.
Ouya already has its fans, with more than 63,000 supporters raising $8.5 million; its founders were seeking just $950,000. It also has more than 539 developers submitting new titles like Visorman and the follow up from “Words With Friends” creator Paul Bettner to Ouya’s digital store, key to keeping the console humming along.
But the little cube is also being eyed as another platform for video anywhere it’s placed, which will provide Hollywood with yet another outlet for its content. Ouya’s founders are negotiating app deals with streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and YouTube. It already has deals with TuneIn and media center software maker XBMC, along with streaming videogame service OnLive.
The company plans to release a new Ouya each year, taking a page from the mobile phone market as a way to take advantage of faster processors and other tech developments. Games will be easily transferred to each device, eliminating upgrade headaches.
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Fievel wrote:ELECTRONIC ARTS SELECTED FOR MULTI-YEAR AGREEMENT FOR THE FUTURE OF STAR WARS GAMING
They shut down LucasArts..... for this?!?!?
The games will be mediocre at best. They will require a ton of dowloadable content to fully complete the story. And the worst part, they'll sell a shitload of them and make a ton of money.... justifying their every step in the process.Princess Leia wrote:If money is all that you love, then that's what you'll receive!
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