Finally, the long awaited release date reveal of the Nintendo Wii U Exclusive, Bayonetta 2, has finally been unveiled. Nintendo of America confirmed that the released date of Bayonetta 2 will be October 24th, 2014.
The disc version of the game will also include the entire game of the original remastered for the Wii U, and for those who pick up the game digitally, you will be able to purchase the games, separately.
This is always news that we hate to report, but there is also good news behind it.
Altus, the company behind the Persona series has announced during the Tokyo Game Show Sony conference, that the next installment of Persona, Persona 5 will be delayed.
The game was originally suppose to be released sometime this year for PS3 but as this teaser trailer suggests the game will be released in 2015. We can only assume the reasoning being, to ready the PS4 version in time for the official release.
This would make the very first Persona title to hit the Next Gen console market.
Check out the teaser trailer below featuring the newest protagonist:
Tecmo Koei announced today that the last version of Dead or Alive 5, Dead or Alive 5: Last Round will be hitting PS4 and Xbox One in the spring of 2015 in Japan, but no word yet on the Western release date.
But you can check out the trailer for the closing chapter of Dead or Alive 5 below.
This is what the Playstation 4 will be compatible of doing next! A request that many PS4 owners wanted will soon be coming live in a firmware update. Announced today at the Tokyo Game Show, You will be able to customize your PS4 and PS Vita backgrounds from themes.
This is a similar option that PS3 owners are able to do to make their dashboard look different, but the PS4 launched with no customizing of backgrounds, opting to use the generic blue background for now.
There is no set release date besides saying it will happen this fall, but the hope for it is there.
The Resident Evil Announcements didn’t stop there, we reported that Resident Evil Revelations 2 was officially announced.
Now we are able to report that Capcom also released the first trailer of Resident Evil HD Remake today, in the new trailer, we get to see all the classic moments from the game and how great the final product will look.
The game is set to release, early 2015 on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.
Check out the first official trailer below:
A few weeks ago, we reported on a leak of Resident Evil Revelations 2 images that surfaced online. Now today, we can happily confirm that those images are true with the announcement of Resident Evil Revelations 2. Capcom revealed this “concept teaser” for the game, but unfortunately the game will not feature Jill Valentine or Chris Redfield. Opting to use a new set of characters. The game is set to be released “Early 2015″ along with Resident Evil Remake HD. Check out the concept trailer below: