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  1. In the year 21XX, Mega Man was reborn as Mega Man X, a robotic bounty hunter taking on the robo-criminals of the future. The X series spanned three console generations before its final entry in 2005 with Mega Man X8. Next summer all eight games will be available for the first time on modern systems (there was a Mega Man X Collection on the GameCube and PlayStation 2, but it only included the first six games of the series). While more information has been promised in the next several months, there are definitely still some questions. Capcom has made a habit of releasing some robust collections, breaking up the mainline Mega Man series into two packages. The Mega Man Legacy Collection included the first six games of the franchise, followed by The Mega Man Legacy Collection 2, which held Mega Man 7-10. Does this mean X will get a similar treatment with X 1-4 as one bundle and X 5-8 as another? Or perhaps all in one bundle? It also isn't outside the realm of possibility that Capcom might see fit to release them all individually. However Capcom decides to do it... MORE MEGA MAN X! That's always a good thing. Look forward to seeing X on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC sometime next summer.
  2. In the year 21XX, Mega Man was reborn as Mega Man X, a robotic bounty hunter taking on the robo-criminals of the future. The X series spanned three console generations before its final entry in 2005 with Mega Man X8. Next summer all eight games will be available for the first time on modern systems (there was a Mega Man X Collection on the GameCube and PlayStation 2, but it only included the first six games of the series). While more information has been promised in the next several months, there are definitely still some questions. Capcom has made a habit of releasing some robust collections, breaking up the mainline Mega Man series into two packages. The Mega Man Legacy Collection included the first six games of the franchise, followed by The Mega Man Legacy Collection 2, which held Mega Man 7-10. Does this mean X will get a similar treatment with X 1-4 as one bundle and X 5-8 as another? Or perhaps all in one bundle? It also isn't outside the realm of possibility that Capcom might see fit to release them all individually. However Capcom decides to do it... MORE MEGA MAN X! That's always a good thing. Look forward to seeing X on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC sometime next summer. View full article
  3. For a publisher as monolithic as Electronic Arts, it's no surprise that they had a ton of stuff (read: Sports...and not sports!) to digest at their E3 press conference. From basketball slam dunks to Star Wars Battlefronts, here's a rundown of everything we saw from EA. Star Wars Battlefront II Gameplay Trailer Reveal - Check out the new heroes, maps, and vehicles in this appropriately righteous trailer. Mass Effect Developer Teases New Franchise "Anthem" - Get a brief look at Bioware's newest world before the full trailer. Need for Speed Payback Channels Burnout and Fast & the Furious - The new Need for Speed trailer is channeling some serious Burnout influence, and if that doesn't sound exciting, we can't be friends. Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar Expansion Takes it to the Eastern Front -- New maps, vehicles, weapons, and story are coming to Battlefield's Russia-centric add-on. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Developer Reveals 70's Crime Drama A Way Out - Escape prison with a buddy in this co-op adventure game. Madden 18 Taps Award Winning Actor Mahershala Ali - Live the dream of becoming a football legend with the guidance of Luke Cage's Mahershala Ali in "Long Shot" story mode. FIFA 18 is Coming to Switch, Details Announced - You'll be able to take FIFA on the go, complete with a ton of gameplay modes. NBA Live 18 Takes it to the Streets in The One - NBA Live's story mode lets you rise up the ranks from pick-up games to stardom Let us know what you're most excited for at E3, and don't forget to check back with us every day as more E3 news drops! View full article
  4. Joseph Knoop

    Everything at EA's E3 2017 Press Conference

    For a publisher as monolithic as Electronic Arts, it's no surprise that they had a ton of stuff (read: Sports...and not sports!) to digest at their E3 press conference. From basketball slam dunks to Star Wars Battlefronts, here's a rundown of everything we saw from EA. Star Wars Battlefront II Gameplay Trailer Reveal - Check out the new heroes, maps, and vehicles in this appropriately righteous trailer. Mass Effect Developer Teases New Franchise "Anthem" - Get a brief look at Bioware's newest world before the full trailer. Need for Speed Payback Channels Burnout and Fast & the Furious - The new Need for Speed trailer is channeling some serious Burnout influence, and if that doesn't sound exciting, we can't be friends. Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar Expansion Takes it to the Eastern Front -- New maps, vehicles, weapons, and story are coming to Battlefield's Russia-centric add-on. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Developer Reveals 70's Crime Drama A Way Out - Escape prison with a buddy in this co-op adventure game. Madden 18 Taps Award Winning Actor Mahershala Ali - Live the dream of becoming a football legend with the guidance of Luke Cage's Mahershala Ali in "Long Shot" story mode. FIFA 18 is Coming to Switch, Details Announced - You'll be able to take FIFA on the go, complete with a ton of gameplay modes. NBA Live 18 Takes it to the Streets in The One - NBA Live's story mode lets you rise up the ranks from pick-up games to stardom Let us know what you're most excited for at E3, and don't forget to check back with us every day as more E3 news drops!
  5. Naughty Dog’s acclaimed PlayStation 2 trilogy about a young, pointy-eared man named Jak and his companion Daxter is coming to PS Vita. The collection includes Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak II, and Jak 3. While the graphics won’t be as high quality as the PS3 release of the collection, the graphical quality will be on par or better than the original PS2 releases. Several new features have been added into the Vita release including touch screen functionality for some mini games and a full list of trophies that will be different from the PS3 version. For those unfamiliar with the series, the Jak and Daxter titles are action-platformers that tell the story of Jak and his battle to save the world by utilizing his ability to manipulate an energy source called Eco. Throughout the games, a core part of the story revolves around the partnership between Jak and his best friend Daxter, who is transformed early on in the first game into an Ottsel (a fictional and adorable otter-weasel hybrid). The series takes place over a number of years with players watching Jak and Daxter grow up and mature as the series progresses. Likewise, the storytelling techniques mature and the scope of the duo's adventures expand. The Jak and Daxter Collection for Vita will be released sometime in June and will retail for $29.99.
  6. Naughty Dog’s acclaimed PlayStation 2 trilogy about a young, pointy-eared man named Jak and his companion Daxter is coming to PS Vita. The collection includes Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak II, and Jak 3. While the graphics won’t be as high quality as the PS3 release of the collection, the graphical quality will be on par or better than the original PS2 releases. Several new features have been added into the Vita release including touch screen functionality for some mini games and a full list of trophies that will be different from the PS3 version. For those unfamiliar with the series, the Jak and Daxter titles are action-platformers that tell the story of Jak and his battle to save the world by utilizing his ability to manipulate an energy source called Eco. Throughout the games, a core part of the story revolves around the partnership between Jak and his best friend Daxter, who is transformed early on in the first game into an Ottsel (a fictional and adorable otter-weasel hybrid). The series takes place over a number of years with players watching Jak and Daxter grow up and mature as the series progresses. Likewise, the storytelling techniques mature and the scope of the duo's adventures expand. The Jak and Daxter Collection for Vita will be released sometime in June and will retail for $29.99. View full article
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