Monday, May 11, 2015

Fallout and dinosaurs and Igavania and Ar Nosurge newwws!

A ton has happened in the past week, and I just haven't had the energy to post about it.  So let's break it down right quick, shall we?


An employee of an animation studio that specializes in trailers listed a Fallout 4 trailer on their linkedin profile, basically confirming a reveal at E3 next month.  The internet has exploded.



ARK is an open-world online survival game in which you wake up on a beach and there's dinosaurs and you can hunt the dinosaurs and you can ride the dinosaurs and we all want to ride a T-Rex, don't we?  Coming to PC and new-gen consoles, and the PS4 version has Morpheus support!  Yay!

In other news, Koji Igarashi - who left Konami last year - successfully Kickstarted a spiritual successor to Castlevania today called Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night.  The concept art looks as sexy as Mighty No. 9's concept art,


and it has one of the better Kickstarter videos you've seen.



The game was fully funded within about four hours, and it's still going stong.  Here's hoping one of the stretch goals turns out to be a Vita version.


Ar Nosurge Plus: Ode to an Unborn Star was announced for localization this week.  Ar Nosurge are the successors to the tune-centric Ar Tonelico titles - JRPGs in which music is magic, and you attack with melodies.  Ar Nosurge Plus is the game's Vita port, and it'll be available in North America on July 2nd.

Oh, and Breach and Clear for Vita might be cool.  I'm pretty curious about it.

G'night everyone!

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