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This week, Kam is still playing APE OUT and still isn’t that great at it!  Thomas talks more about his latest adventures in Dungeons and Dragons!  We also talk difficulty scaling in different games and learn what each other’s first gaming experiences were!  Also EA proves that you can be less involved with E3 than even having nothing to do with it!  Cool!

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GH55: Fallout 76, Atari VCS, and PSVR

We bring on Ryan from Screen Heroes to talk the latest in video game news plus some of the games we’ve been playing recently. First up, it’s all about Bethesda’s big Fallout 76 announcement. Ryan helps us understand where Fallout 76 fits into the existing franchise’s timeline. Then it’s a discussion about the Atari VCS Indiegogo which launched and brought in over $2 million in one day. Next up is a bit about Red Dead Redemption 2 which has gone on pre-order and has some confusion surrounding its Playstation timed exclusive content. After that, we talk a bit about the upcoming E3 along with some predictions. Finally, we wrap things up by talking about Ryan and Jon’s first experiences with PSVR.

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GH55: Fallout 76, Atari VCS, and PSVR

GH20: Nintendo Dominating E3 2017

E3 is underway and the big presentations are done. We talk about how wrong or right our predictions were from last week, plus a detailed discussion on how the major players are doing, what games we are most excited for, and what has disappointed us the most so far.

We dive into Microsoft first with talk of the Xbox One X and all the teraflops you could ever want.

Then it’s off to Sony to take a look at the delayed Spider-Man game, plus a few other nuggets.

Ubisoft also brought a lot to the show, so we talk a bit about their games.

Finally, we tackle Nintendo which shocked many a fan with the precise 25 minutes presentation and various announcements throughout E3.

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GH20: Nintendo Dominating E3 2017

GH19: E3 2017 Predictions

It’s E3 time! Well, almost. Join us as we provide our predictions for E3 2017 across the major video game console players, Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony. We talk Nintendo Switch, Super Smash Bros., and Pokemon, followed by Project Scorpio and Halo 6. Then it’s off to Sony for PSVR, The Last of Us Part II, and more.

We also talk just a bit about the Pokemon Direct earlier this week that announced new Pokemon games for this Fall.

1:04 – Pokemon Direct & Wii U Ports

7:13 – E3 Predictions

7:35 – Nintendo Predictions

15:55 – Microsoft Predictions

26:35 – Sony Predictions

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Resident Evil 7 Playable Trailer – Who’s it for?

The first trailer for Resident Evil 7 dropped on 06/13/2016, showing a ton of new dynamics that only touch the tip of the iceberg of what we can expect from the franchise’s newest installment. Sony in partner with Capcom sweetened the deal by offering PSN members an exclusive playable trailer, much like what Konami did with failed project Silent Hills.

First impression – This trailer is terrifying, and the playable portions are incredibly good, however you can’t help asking yourself “why is this called Resident Evil, again?”. This game is not what Resident Evil fans would expect from the seventh installment of the franchise.

Here’s why:
1. It’s not third-person – since the very first Resident Evil game was released in 1996 the franchise has always been third-person.
2. There is no direct references to Resident Evil known characters or story lines (there was a picture of a helicopter that had an Umbrella symbol, and its speculated that the woman’s voice is Ada).
3. Resident Evil 6 was left open – At the very end of Jake’s campaign there are heavy implications that his story will continue.
4. Resident Evil has always been about Bio Terrorism – this playable trailer appeared to be an isolated supernatural occurrence (ghostly girl who randomly appears and disappears, creepy mannequins, isolated story on a family murder in Louisiana).

With all that aside, the actual game itself is intriguing offering everything a fan of the horror genre can ask for; including scary set pieces, various puzzles with hidden doors, and the overall tone set by the first person view. Resident Evil 7 is coming to PlayStation VR this year and will be fully playable inside the VR headset from beginning to end. I spent a good 2 hours exploring the many secrets to be unlocked, including alternative endings that are strictly based on the order in which you find items. As previously stated, there’s likely many more secrets left to be discovered, much like the Silent Hills playable teaser which took days, weeks, or even months for players to solve all the puzzles.

As a long time Resident Evil fan, you can trust me when I say this wasn’t Resident Evil. I can’t help but think Capcom wants to cash in on all the attention that Silent Hills received. It was a great beginning to a standalone horror game that felt like what Silent Hills could have been. Needless to say, this was just a demo and there is a strong possibility that Capcom can still redeem themselves and surprise us all.

Resident Evil 7 will be available on January 24th, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation VR, and Xbox One.

Take a look at the trailer from the official YouTube page here:

Resident Evil 7 Playable Trailer – Who’s it for?

The Strangest E3 Conference This Week

At their core, E3 conferences are meant to be press conferences. They are meant to tell video game magazines, sites, etc. about what is coming. However, the bar has been set higher in the past few years. Now, in addition to being press conferences, they also tend to be quite entertaining shows. There is a reason why Ubisoft brings in comedian and actress Aisha Tyler to host their conference. There is also a reason why Nintendo borrows Robot Chicken clips or actually uses puppets to supplement their conference. Both Nintendo, Ubisoft, and others know that they are not just broadcasting to the press anymore. They are also broadcasting to the general public. With all of this in mind, I would like to briefly discuss the strangest E3 conference this week, Square Enix.

What Was Strange?

I admit to being surprised at seeing Square Enix in the lineup. They are a large company that also encompasses the properties of Eidos. However, Square Enix does not usually have a conference. They tend to rely on EA, Microsoft, or another publisher to show off their games. With this in mind, I started to watch…

1. The very first title they showed did not have a title.

Square Enix showed off a number of upcoming games. However, the first one they showed did not even have a title. We were given a very brief clip that told us next to nothing about it. The clip gave no semblance of what sort of gameplay would be featured or even what the story was going to be about. After the clip, some of the development team popped up on stage but didn’t even bother to give us a name. A working title would have sufficed.

2. The head of development for the aforementioned game was wearing an odd maskThe guy in the mask

Ordinarily, in a conference like Ubisoft, this would not be an issue. It would just be part of the show. However, the fellow in the mask only introduced himself, said they were working on the game, and did nothing else. This lead me to believe that perhaps this guy did not want to be seen. If that is correct, though, then why did he come in the first place? Did Square Enix make him come? The mask distracted me from a presentation that was already weak with no title.

3. Everything was so formal…

hitman-io-interactiveFormality in a typical press conference is not a problem. But this is E3! Microsoft, EA, Sony, Ubisoft, and Nintendo all know that they need to do more than just talk about their products. They need to give us a show. With the exception of very brief previews (I’ll get to that in a minute) and the mask, there was no entertainment or very much to hold the audience’s attention. The developers got up before the crowds and spoke very seriously about their games. Some of them did not even seem very excited about the games that they were making.

4. What we saw was brief and not enough to garner attention.

With any sort of preview or presentation, especially with something that has not even been released, it is important to not tell too much. The Force Unleashed II had a good ten-minute making-of video that was released just before the game released. However, most of that video revealed too much of the plot, spoiling the surprise for the players. This is not the case for the Square Enix conference. They actually had the opposite problem. They showed and talked about too little.

Rise of the Tomb RaiderI have already mentioned the game with no name. However, this idea of showing very little was prevalent throughout the conference. The Rise of the Tomb Raider was also presented. Granted, other conferences had already showed the gameplay demo and the preview, but I expected perhaps a behind-the-scenes video. True to my expectations, they did show a video about how much detail was put into the creation of Lara Croft… But that was all they showed off before moving on to their next project. Although finding about all of the detail was interesting, I expected a video about why they chose the myth and setting for Lara’s new adventure or perhaps what they have changed in gameplay. This clip was too brief and did not talk about the components of the game that I wanted to hear about, albeit story and gameplay.

On A Positive Note…deusex

Although Square Enix’s presentation was strange and oftentimes very brief, they had plenty of things to be excited about. Kingdom Hearts III looked to be fairly far along in production, the new Hitman game looked very ambitious and exciting, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided seems to greatly improve on Human Revolution, and then there is that Final Fantasy game, the most renowned in Square Enix’s franchises. Their presentation was not terrible, but it was odd. One would be curious to see if they present again next year.

 

The Strangest E3 Conference This Week

Nintendo at E3 2015 – Summing Up Part 3

Welcome to our third installment of our Nintendo E3 sum-up. So far we’ve talked about several major games including Star Fox Zero, Xenoblade Chronicles X, Yoshi’s Woolly World, and Super Mario Maker. Now, I want to focus on a few more games plus one interesting aspect of Nintendo’s digital presentation.

FAST Racing Neo

Many people have been dreaming of a new F-Zero for years. Sure, the GameCube had a decent game and we all remember and love the SNES version but with today’s graphics and updated controls, why don’t we have another F-Zero? Nintendo slightly answered this by adding a new F-Zero themed stage to Mario Kart 8 but let’s face it; that’s not enough. Well, Nintendo still doesn’t have public plans for a new installment BUT there’s hope in FAST Racing Neo from Shin’en, which appears to be the spiritual successor. This game, which has amazing graphics by the way, lets you pick from various “Anti-gravity vehicles”, it includes motion control options, off-TV play (which is a feature I am always interested in), and up to four players. The game is set for a 2015 release and is definitely on my list of games to pick up this year.

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Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash

Now this is something more familiar because if Nintendo loves anything at all, it’s using the Mario characters in as many games as possible. And so, Mario and his friends (as well as enemies) return to battle it out on the tennis court. Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash is the seventh official incarnation of the game, though the GameCube version was ported to Wii and released again. In fact, it might be the only franchise that owes some gratitude to the Virtual Boy console. Don’t you all remember playing Mario Tennis at Blockbuster? All those orange\red lines floating in blackness. Good times. Anyway, I digress. This holiday season, Nintendo is bringing the franchise back with 4-player local play, some new characters who’ve never been on the court before, plus a new “Mega Battle” feature that leverages the Mega Mushroom.

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SteamWorld Heist

Last and absolutely not least, is SteamWorld Heist from Image & Form International AB. I’m just going to say it: I love these guys! Their game, SteamWorld Dig, is addictive and fun. I own it on Wii U, 3DS, and PC. If you haven’t played, pick up the 3DS version. It’s my favorite for many reasons. Image & Form returns to the SteamWorld universe with a turned-based strategy adventure action game set out in space. It is not a sequel to SteamWorld Dig but it is similar in style and tone. This game is set to release on 3DS this Fall as a single-player game leveraging the handheld console’s touchscreen interface and similar use of the dual-screen design, keeping maps and inventory on the lower screen with the action on the top. The game uses a skill-based combat system and works as a platformer, though turn-based. I can’t wait to continue to dive in the universe they’ve created.

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Nintendo Muppets

Alright, so we’ve talked about some games and I will be provided a “final thoughts”, if you will, in part 4 of this series, but now I’d like to talk about how Nintendo started everything this year at E3. Sure, you want to start off strong, so they began with Star Fox Zero. Great choice. How did they introduce this game? With big lights, action, and spaceships? No. How about with nostalgia, catchy phrases, and throwbacks to the original? Not really, no. Oh… so what did they do? Well, they used puppets. That’s right, Nintendo’s big three, Satoru Iwata, Reggie Fils-Aime, and Shigeru Miyamoto got each other together and hit the stage in complete puppet… no, Muppet form! They weren’t just any puppets. Nintendo worked with the Jim Henson Company to make Muppets of themselves! What’s more, their Muppet-selves turned into Star Fox characters during the little segment. I’ve got to say, it was something I never expected to see. It was fun, lighthearted, and just bright. Video games can take a dark and serious tone. I think Star Wars: Battlefront, Batman: Arkham Knight, Call of Duty, and Halo have really shown that. I, for one, appreciate Nintendo’s unique and positive attempt at introducing a classic franchise.

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Well, that’s all for today. Stop by for my final thoughts on Nintendo’s E3 performance in Part 4 of this series later this weekend.

Before you go, comment below and let me know what you think of these games or anything about Nintendo at all! I’d love to talk with you.

Nintendo at E3 2015 – Summing Up Part 3

Nintendo at E3 2015 – Summing Up Part 2

Hopefully you’ve seen Part 1 of our Nintendo at E3 sum-ups. If not, head over there first and then come back!

Now, to Part 2! Today, we are going to cover four more games that Nintendo focused on during their big 2015 E3 digital conference.

Fire Emblem Fates (3DS)

The Fire Emblem series returns with this new 3DS turn-based RPG. Set to release in 2016, Fire Emblem Fates focuses on the Hoshido and Nohr, at war with each other. You get to choose your side, providing a lot of available game play and two very distinct story paths. Additionally, you’ll get to command your own army during the war, a feature new to the franchise. As Nintendo notes, “The Hoshido path is a more traditional path as you work together with your allies to fend off Nohrian invaders… The Nohr path will force you to revolutionize an unruly kingdom from the inside – this path offers a slightly more complex story and will be more challenging.” The graphics are very colorful and look to fit in with the spirit and style of the franchise. Fire Emblem Fates is set to release sometime in 2016.

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Metroid Federation Force (3DS)

We haven’t seen a new Metroid game in about five years. So the thought of one is very exciting. That might be why I’m a little disappointed in what I’ve seen so far. Metroid Prime: Federation Force for the 3DS is a 1-4 player co-op first-person shooter set in the Metroid universe. The game is designed to be a “team sport” where your group clears out enemy bases and completes objectives with a variety of available weapons. One interesting aspect is the addition of a mode called “Blast Ball”. This mode allows for up to six players. It’s a 3-on-3 sport where the players use their weapons to fire a giant ball into the opposing team’s goal. Seems like a fun mini-game but I’m curious why it’s being packaged with Metroid Federation Force and not sold separately. The graphics are all right, though nothing too impressive. I think the most disappointing aspect is that the game is 3DS only with no Wii U in sight, though rumors say the next Metroid might be on the fabled NX platform… whenever that happens. Metroid Prime: Federation Force releases in 2016.

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Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U)

This title has been teased and bits and pieces shown for months now. And. It. Looks. Beautiful. Seriously, I just want to watch people play this game. Monolith Software Inc. has created an open world game filled to the brim with monsters, creatures, and customizable mech suits! The game will provide a local single-player mode and up to 4 players online, allowing players to join squads to complete quests. Another cool feature is that other players’ avatars can be used as part of your single-player story, expanding the gameplay. This new RPG is sci-fi war at its best with humans fighting with everything they have to survive as aliens breath down their necks. It looks very exciting. Xenoblade Chronicles X hits the Wii U on December 4th, 2015, just in time for the holidays.

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Yoshi’s Woolly World (Wii U)

If there is one thing Nintendo does well, it’s platformers. Let’s face it. Nintendo has managed to keep the genre alive and kicking with games like New Super Mario Bros U and Super Luigi U, but they aren’t done. Coming out this fall is Yoshi’s Woolly World, a new platformer designed around a Yoshi made out of yarn. The game allows you to use yarn to create platforms and battle enemies, all while playing as various colors of Yoshis. The game includes tons of secrets, two-player co-op play on the same screen and a special “easy mode” called Mellow Mode, which provides a winged Yoshi plus some very cool Amiibo functionality with three different yarn-constructed Yoshi Amiibo. Nintendo’s latest platformer hits shelves on October 16th, 2015.

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How do you feel about the new Metroid game? Do you think Xenoblade looks as cool as I do? Will you pick up one of the yarn Yoshi Amiibo? Comment below!

Stay tuned for part 3 of our Nintendo E3 sum-up tomorrow!

Nintendo at E3 2015 – Summing Up Part 2

Nintendo at E3 2015 – Summing Up Part 1

This console generation has been commanded by Sony and Microsoft. Even with Nintendo’s year head start, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One came out of the gate quickly and successfully. With that said, as Nintendo’s first party classic franchises have caught up with the Wii U, Nintendo has begun to see profits again. And let’s not forget the incredibly successful portable platforms, whichever version you happen to hold. Tuesday marked Nintendo’s big day at E3 announcing everything from release dates of anticipated titles to first peeks at things we weren’t expecting. I’m going to sum up my top 12 key takeaways from Nintendo’s 2015 E3 digital presentation. Here are my first four, below. Stay tuned for part 2 for the next four!

 

 

ArwingFighterStar Fox Zero (WII U)

It’s time to practice your barrel rolls and prep all-range mode because our classic heroes from the Super Nintendo and N64 are back in a brand new adventure, Star Fox Zero. This new Wii U title is no remake, nor is it a direct sequel to any previous incarnations of the franchise… No, not the GameCube one either. This game has been teased for months with talk about how the Wii U’s GamePad would play into the second screen atmosphere. Well, thanks to E3, now we know. While your main TV screen will show the a more cinematic view of the action, the GamePad will display a cockpit view for better aim and accuracy. While the graphics are more polished and vivid than previous Star Fox titles, don’t expect Halo 5 style graphics. Instead, Nintendo keeps the soul of Star Fox alive by showing us worlds and ships we can recognize, even if just by the style. New gameplay includes additional vehicle modes including the Walker and Gyrowing, plus the return of the Landmaster. The next exciting installment of Star Fox is expected to hit store shelves this holiday season.

 

ZeldaTriForceThe Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes (3DS)

The next game on the list is a little odd but comes from one of the most beloved Nintendo franchises, Zelda. Tri Force Heroes is a 1 OR 3 player game designed in the A Link Between Worlds style. The objective is to “link” up (get it?) with two other Link characters in an effort to work together to solve puzzles and complete levels. These Links are even stackable, meaning all three could be in a tower. When this happens, the bottom-most character controls movement while the top one can use items and weapons. If you happen to be the middle Link, you’re along for the ride. In “one-player” mode, you can “rent” two paper dolls to take along with you in place of your friends’ characters. Players can communicate via in-game emoticons and can connect to a game using local wireless connection, online play, and download play. This title is expected to launch this fall.

 

HyruleWarriosLegendsHyrule Warriors Legends (3DS)

Nintendo calls this game a “re-imagining” of the current Wii U version. The upcoming 3DS version includes all of the DLC characters along with additional features based on The Wind Waker and more. You can also change characters on the fly. If you enjoyed the Wii U game and want more, this would be a great title to pick up. If you haven’t played the original yet, then maybe this updated and portable version is the one for you. Hyrule Warriors Legends is expected in the first quarter of 2016.

 

SuperMarioMakerSuper Mario Maker (Wii U)

Originally titled Mario Maker, this game will let you finally become the level designing master, opening up an incredible toolbox of enemies, boxes, power-ups, platforms, and more. The game will come with some preset levels and will allow you to go online and check out levels designed by others. The game will include four different style themes from Super Mario Bros, Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, and New Super Mario Bros. U. The new Mystery Mushroom power-up will work in conjunction with Amiibo to transform Mario into dozens of different characters throughout Nintendo lore. In honor of the 30th Anniversary, they are also releasing an over-sized 8-Bit Super Mario Bros. Amiibo, which I am very excited for. Purchasing a physical copy of the game also gets you a special course booklet with ideas for courses, in case you need some inspiration. Super Mario Maker comes out September 11th, 2015.

What do you think of these four titles? Anything you’re most looking forward to? Are you disappointed in anything? Comment below!

Next up, part 2 of my four part Nintendo E3 summary. I’ll talk about Yoshi’s Woolly World, Xenoblade Chronicles X, and more!

Nintendo at E3 2015 – Summing Up Part 1