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  1. Sometimes it can be hard to be on top of things when you're running the social media account of a huge commercial chain. Certain facts slip through the cracks. Those facts might happen to pertain to a silly dragon game that someone on said social media has asked about and you just happen to have some of the details at your finger tips. Trying to be as helpful as possible, you reply to that customer in good faith; not noticing or knowing that the information hasn't even been confirmed to the public quite yet. So it is that we now know of the Spyro Treasure Trilogy, the first three games in the Spyro the Dragon trilogy remastered in the same way that Crash Bandicoot was last year. A fan of the Crash Bandicoot remaster, after hearing rumors of the Spyro receiving a similar treatment, asked Target's @AskTarget Twitter account when the pre-orders for Spyro would be going live. The manager of @AskTarget responded with the following tweet (that has since been taken down): We’re “all fired up,” for the Spyro Treasure Trilogy game as well! We don’t currently have any information about when this game will be available for pre-order. However, we’d encourage you to continue checking back for availability. Thanks for reaching out! ? Of course, the fan hadn't asked about the Spyro Treasure Trilogy, and it seems very unlikely that the name would have been pulled out of nowhere. This both confirms that Spyro will in fact be getting a remaster and that the collection seems to be coming relatively soon. That last point was further bolstered by a second tweet in response to someone incredulously following up on the revelation of the Spyro Treasure Trilogy, to which @AskTarget responded: The only information we have at this time is that we anticipate Spyro Treasure Trilogy will be coming in late 2018. Thanks for reaching out! To summarize, Spyro Treasure Trilogy will be releasing later this year, it will include the first three games in the franchise, and that Target employee is probably in some pretty hot water. This all seems to line up with the rumor that the Spyro remaster would be coming in September. With an announcement almost certainly coming in the near future, all we can do is wait and see. View full article
  2. Sometimes it can be hard to be on top of things when you're running the social media account of a huge commercial chain. Certain facts slip through the cracks. Those facts might happen to pertain to a silly dragon game that someone on said social media has asked about and you just happen to have some of the details at your finger tips. Trying to be as helpful as possible, you reply to that customer in good faith; not noticing or knowing that the information hasn't even been confirmed to the public quite yet. So it is that we now know of the Spyro Treasure Trilogy, the first three games in the Spyro the Dragon trilogy remastered in the same way that Crash Bandicoot was last year. A fan of the Crash Bandicoot remaster, after hearing rumors of the Spyro receiving a similar treatment, asked Target's @AskTarget Twitter account when the pre-orders for Spyro would be going live. The manager of @AskTarget responded with the following tweet (that has since been taken down): We’re “all fired up,” for the Spyro Treasure Trilogy game as well! We don’t currently have any information about when this game will be available for pre-order. However, we’d encourage you to continue checking back for availability. Thanks for reaching out! ? Of course, the fan hadn't asked about the Spyro Treasure Trilogy, and it seems very unlikely that the name would have been pulled out of nowhere. This both confirms that Spyro will in fact be getting a remaster and that the collection seems to be coming relatively soon. That last point was further bolstered by a second tweet in response to someone incredulously following up on the revelation of the Spyro Treasure Trilogy, to which @AskTarget responded: The only information we have at this time is that we anticipate Spyro Treasure Trilogy will be coming in late 2018. Thanks for reaching out! To summarize, Spyro Treasure Trilogy will be releasing later this year, it will include the first three games in the franchise, and that Target employee is probably in some pretty hot water. This all seems to line up with the rumor that the Spyro remaster would be coming in September. With an announcement almost certainly coming in the near future, all we can do is wait and see.
  3. Speaking at a recent global tech conference, Blake Jorgensen, the chief financial officer at EA, unveiled a sketchy outline for when Electronic Arts is planning to release the sequel to Respawn Entertainment's multiplayer FPS. During the conference Jorgensen stated that the company expects to Titanfall 2 to release three weeks from Battlefield 1. The EA representative did not specify if that was three weeks before or after Battlefield 1, but he did go on to say that Titanfall 2 will be going head to head with Call of Duty and that EA "is not uncomfortable with that." Battlefield 1 releases on October 21, which means the general window for Titanfall 2's release falls from September 30 to November 11. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare releases on November 4, which makes it more likely that Titanfall 2 will release sometime closer to the November 11 end of that window. Jorgensen noted that Call of Duty and Titanfall 2 have different target audiences, so EA doesn't see competition between the two to be much of an issue. EA has promised to reveal more information on June 12. View full article
  4. Speaking at a recent global tech conference, Blake Jorgensen, the chief financial officer at EA, unveiled a sketchy outline for when Electronic Arts is planning to release the sequel to Respawn Entertainment's multiplayer FPS. During the conference Jorgensen stated that the company expects to Titanfall 2 to release three weeks from Battlefield 1. The EA representative did not specify if that was three weeks before or after Battlefield 1, but he did go on to say that Titanfall 2 will be going head to head with Call of Duty and that EA "is not uncomfortable with that." Battlefield 1 releases on October 21, which means the general window for Titanfall 2's release falls from September 30 to November 11. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare releases on November 4, which makes it more likely that Titanfall 2 will release sometime closer to the November 11 end of that window. Jorgensen noted that Call of Duty and Titanfall 2 have different target audiences, so EA doesn't see competition between the two to be much of an issue. EA has promised to reveal more information on June 12.
  5. Could a blog post about Capcom's PAX East merchandise have let slip when we can expect to see Street Fighter V hit store shelves? In a blog post on Capcom Unity (that has since been taken down), Capcom wrote, "Everyone is fired up for Street Fighter V coming to the PS4 and PC next spring." This would align with the unofficial March 31, 2016 release dates that have been noted on the online stores of both Best Buy and Amazon. Capcom responded to Gamespot's request for clarification by saying that the time written on the Unity blog was not official, just a preliminary release window. Street Fighter V will be releasing for PC and PlayStation 4 exclusively with a public beta test available to those that pre-order. No word yet on when that beta will begin. View full article
  6. Could a blog post about Capcom's PAX East merchandise have let slip when we can expect to see Street Fighter V hit store shelves? In a blog post on Capcom Unity (that has since been taken down), Capcom wrote, "Everyone is fired up for Street Fighter V coming to the PS4 and PC next spring." This would align with the unofficial March 31, 2016 release dates that have been noted on the online stores of both Best Buy and Amazon. Capcom responded to Gamespot's request for clarification by saying that the time written on the Unity blog was not official, just a preliminary release window. Street Fighter V will be releasing for PC and PlayStation 4 exclusively with a public beta test available to those that pre-order. No word yet on when that beta will begin.
  7. Yesterday, Microsoft, free of discussing hardware and the non-gaming aspects of its system, focused squarely on the games. If you weren't able to watch the event yourself, don't have the time, or just plain don't feel like watching it, we've got you covered. In this overview we briefly describe and link various parts of the press conference for your convenience. Price and Release Window for Xbox One The two big questions on everybody's mind was how much was this thing going to cost and when to give Microsoft their money. Both questions were answered. Kinect Sports Rivals Before the conference even began in earnest, Microsoft announced Kinect Sports Rivals on the Spike TV pre-news conference coverage. The title will be developed by Rare for the Xbox One and will release sometime this holiday season. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Microsoft opened the press conference not with a word, but with a brand new look at Metal Gear Solid V which showed off new features, locations, weather conditions, and characters. Game Plan for the Xbox 360 After the Metal Gear bombshell, Microsoft went on to explain the future of the Xbox 360, promising hundreds of games and focusing on three of the big ones: former PC exclusive World of Tanks, Max, the Curse of Brotherhood, and Dark Souls II. Eleven Exclusive Titles After getting most of the nitty gritty out of the way, the creators of the Xbox One went on to detail a number of the exclusives that will be available for the system in the near future, some at launch. No More MS Points Microsoft has decided to ditch the Microsoft Points system in favor of using real currency, probably because they realized having an alternate currency was just serving to confuse people out of buying their products online. The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt Though previously announced, CD Projekt confirmed that the game would be an open world, utilize optional voice commands, and that SmartGlass could be used to manage inventory and character progression. Battlefield 4 A live demo was shown of the game, beginning on a sinking aircraft carrier and moving into a boat assault on a larger vessel. Microsoft confirmed that the first map DLC will be available on Xbox One before it is released anywhere else. Live Streaming and Gameplay Recording Details Microsoft clarified some aspects of how it will allow gamers to live stream their gameplay via Twitch and how gamers will be able to save, edit and record their non-streamed gameplay. Below Below appears to be a promising indie title about exploring the underground areas of a mysterious island and it comes from the same people that created the game and music of Sword and Sworcery. Keep your eye on this one. Minecraft Minecraft made its appearance to confirm that it would indeed be on the Xbox One, that the level size would increase, and that multiplayer capabilities would be greatly expanded upon. Black Tusk's Secret Project To be honest, we weren't shown more than a brief glimpse of the game before the conference moved on. All we know about it is that it is a next-gen title.
  8. Yesterday, Microsoft, free of discussing hardware and the non-gaming aspects of its system, focused squarely on the games. If you weren't able to watch the event yourself, don't have the time, or just plain don't feel like watching it, we've got you covered. In this overview we briefly describe and link various parts of the press conference for your convenience. Price and Release Window for Xbox One The two big questions on everybody's mind was how much was this thing going to cost and when to give Microsoft their money. Both questions were answered. Kinect Sports Rivals Before the conference even began in earnest, Microsoft announced Kinect Sports Rivals on the Spike TV pre-news conference coverage. The title will be developed by Rare for the Xbox One and will release sometime this holiday season. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Microsoft opened the press conference not with a word, but with a brand new look at Metal Gear Solid V which showed off new features, locations, weather conditions, and characters. Game Plan for the Xbox 360 After the Metal Gear bombshell, Microsoft went on to explain the future of the Xbox 360, promising hundreds of games and focusing on three of the big ones: former PC exclusive World of Tanks, Max, the Curse of Brotherhood, and Dark Souls II. Eleven Exclusive Titles After getting most of the nitty gritty out of the way, the creators of the Xbox One went on to detail a number of the exclusives that will be available for the system in the near future, some at launch. No More MS Points Microsoft has decided to ditch the Microsoft Points system in favor of using real currency, probably because they realized having an alternate currency was just serving to confuse people out of buying their products online. The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt Though previously announced, CD Projekt confirmed that the game would be an open world, utilize optional voice commands, and that SmartGlass could be used to manage inventory and character progression. Battlefield 4 A live demo was shown of the game, beginning on a sinking aircraft carrier and moving into a boat assault on a larger vessel. Microsoft confirmed that the first map DLC will be available on Xbox One before it is released anywhere else. Live Streaming and Gameplay Recording Details Microsoft clarified some aspects of how it will allow gamers to live stream their gameplay via Twitch and how gamers will be able to save, edit and record their non-streamed gameplay. Below Below appears to be a promising indie title about exploring the underground areas of a mysterious island and it comes from the same people that created the game and music of Sword and Sworcery. Keep your eye on this one. Minecraft Minecraft made its appearance to confirm that it would indeed be on the Xbox One, that the level size would increase, and that multiplayer capabilities would be greatly expanded upon. Black Tusk's Secret Project To be honest, we weren't shown more than a brief glimpse of the game before the conference moved on. All we know about it is that it is a next-gen title. View full article
  9. At today's Microsoft press event in Los Angeles, CA, the makers of the Xbox One announced the two things that have been on everybody's minds since the console was announced slightly over a week ago: the price and release date. The Xbox One will retail at $499, €499, and £429 depending on where you live, and the console will release sometime in November. Each unit will come bundled with a Kinect version 2.0, with a blu-ray player built into the system, and a wireless controller. What do you guys think of the price? Too much? To little? Just right?
  10. At today's Microsoft press event in Los Angeles, CA, the makers of the Xbox One announced the two things that have been on everybody's minds since the console was announced slightly over a week ago: the price and release date. The Xbox One will retail at $499, €499, and £429 depending on where you live, and the console will release sometime in November. Each unit will come bundled with a Kinect version 2.0, with a blu-ray player built into the system, and a wireless controller. What do you guys think of the price? Too much? To little? Just right? View full article
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