Today, the 27th of August, is a pretty awesome day as Mario Kart 8 DLC has been announced. In November the first DLC pack will be released, which features Link as a playable character, FZero and Excite Bike themed tracks, and Captain Falcon’s Blue Falcon as a usable vehicle. In May next year, the next DLC pack will feature the Animal Crossing Villager and Isabelle as playable characters.
Today, Reptile Games released a fighting game called Lethal League, a game I’ve been waiting for a while now. A flash demo has been on their site since last years’ EVO show. But now you can purchase the game and enjoy hitting your friends in the face with a high speed baseball!
Remember the days when PC and Mac games came in big-ish cardboard boxes! I certainly do! Funny enough in the States they kept hold of the big PC game boxes for a while. I remember visiting my Dad in Cape Girardeau Missouri in 2003, I would visit the EB Games in West Park Mall and noticed how PC games were still in big cardboard boxes when over in Ole’ Blighty we put new release PC games in DVD cases since 2000.
Here’s something for you “Physical copy” fans out there. Indie Box. A service where once a month you’ll receive a new Indie game delivered to you in an old fashioned big PC game box filled with feelies! Continue reading →
Well this is certainly interesting… I thought this was a joke, kinda like how Nintendo announced the 2DS, which I still need to blog about. But as I’m typing this as it appear on Kotaku, let me say that the last few weeks have been totally barmy in the console industry as Sony and Microsoft release their next generation consoles! Get your straight jackets and enter a world of insanity that makes total sense!?
So I got myself an Ouya, and over the weekend I’ve been playing a lot of this machine. Some good stuff, some bad stuff. But what do I think about this £99 console? Well… Why do we have to pay more for this! In the states it costs $99, but $99 is not £99, it’s £65! But talking about price, I’ll explain how this might get a little more pricey than expected depending on where you get it from. Let me explain… Continue reading →