Developer Circle Entertainment released a bunch of screenshots for its upcoming title World Conqueror 3D. As the company focuses on 3DS releases, you can expect this to board the Nintendo eShop soon as well. A release date for North America is set on November 14, 2013.
Essentially, World Conqueror 3D is an adaptation of the popular Risk board game. Players occupy certain territories on a world map and put an army there to defend it. Depending on the amount of forces present on any such terrain, it’s possible to enemies in neighboring places. These assaults can be done with a selected amount of units and they can be performed in different types. For instance, it’s possible to strike from the air to ground units or have ships attack land. Fights are determined with a set of dice rolls, depicted next to each unit.
Combat will stretch all over the globe in several detailed environments. Game modes will include Conquest as well as Campaigns. It’s possible to select one of several nations, like the USSR, Japan or UK.
Here are those screenshots we talked about.
Despite not mustering up a ton of attention for its game, developer Corecell Technology has still found motivation to come up with a release date for Aeternoblade. People can expect the side-scrolling 3DS exclusive to land somewhere in December, this year. A short gameplay clip shows off some of its features.
Aside from jumping side to side and pummeling a ton of monsters, you’ll also be able to rewind time to prevent mistakes. Characters can also use skills to overcome certain sections, which come with a set of customization options.
In July, the company only managed to raise a total of a thousand dollars on its $30K Indiegogo funding goal.
Nintendo announced that its sale figures for Pokémon X and Pokémon Y are through the roof already, with over 4 million units sold in the first weekend. Sales units were counted for the worldwide release, across all regions, for October 12 and October 13. While Nintendo stipulates that it has no real reference point, as no global launch was simultaneously done before, it does indicate that combining prior efforts together make this iteration have a 70% increase towards the Black/White 2 release. Additionally, sales figures for Europe are mostly counted for Saturday only, since most stores close on Sunday.
In the past, Diamond/Pearl and Ruby/Sapphire have held the most sold units, with 17.6 million and 16.2 million units sold respectively. Could this strong start mean a new champion?
Give us your thoughts if you’ve picked up and enjoyed Pokémon X/Y or give us a reason why you haven’t in the comments below.
Sometimes, I go through ridiculous lengths to bring you content and then it never appears, because other games keep me occupied. That’s the case for this post for Fighter Within, an Xbox One exclusive fighting game that will use Kinect to bridge the gap between game and reality.
I’ve loaded up all the assets for the game and even went as far as downloading a 200MB source file to extract a transparent logo out of there and scale it back to appropriate web use. That’s the stuff I do. So, I’ll give you all you need to know on Fighter Within in the galleries below, complete with artwork and stuff, even if it’s a few days late now.
Do I believe Fighter Within is going to be a successful mixture of fighting and motion sensors or just another version of Fighters Uncaged? I can’t rightly tell; I haven’t seen enough practice of the new Kinect yet. All I know is that I wrote a piece on why Kinect would never work. Now, if this were an Oculus Rift game, we’d be talking differently.
It looks like Pokémon X and Pokémon Y on Nintendo 3DS will continue to add novelties to the game design, slightly going beyond previous iterations. One of the new announcements include Mega Evolution, as a superlative to regular evolution.
In practice, this means that a certain amount of Pokémon can rise above their usual pinnacle whilst in combat and while carrying a certain item. For instance, a Lucario holding the Mega Stone of his type, a Lucarionite, will transform to Mega Lucario, if all other requirements are met. This is also confirmed for Mega Mewtwo and Mega Blaziken, with the latter only yielding their Mega Stone through special Wi-Fi events. You’d like a video of that? You got it.
Another addition to gameplay is a Super Training event that lets players raise the stats of their Pokémon, if they complete these regimens. They’ll be set up with 2 sides of robots trying to fire shots in an opponent’s goal. Succeeding in these also yields training bags that allow for more relaxed Core Training.
Finally, a new gym leader is announced, by the name of Korrina. She’ll reside in the seaside town of Shalour City. A normal type Bunnelby Pokémon, a grass type Skiddo and the new fairy Pokémon Dedenne are part of this stream of content as well. We have screenshots of all these things, because we care.