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  1. Earlier today, Let's Play Video Games reported that an anonymous source contacted them with some ambiguous information claiming that Geralt of Rivia, protagonist of the highly acclaimed Witcher series, would be appearing in Soulcalibur VI. However, while they believed the source to be genuine, they lacked enough information to comfortably publicize the information. That all changed when the community manager of The Witcher dev CD Projekt RED tweeted out something that piqued their interest and aligned with what their source had told them: Geralt appearing in Soulcalibur might seem odd. But it turns out that Bandai Namco, the developers and publishers of the Soulcalibur series, have worked with CD Projekt RED to publish The Witcher in Western Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. That working relationship might be Geralt's ticket into the fighting game arena. That's about it - there's been no official confirmation and we're unlikely to see any until sometime after Soulcalibur VI's release date is made public. As it stands now, expect to get a release date around E3 and the announcement of Geralt sometime after that if the rumor turns out to be true. View full article
  2. Earlier today, Let's Play Video Games reported that an anonymous source contacted them with some ambiguous information claiming that Geralt of Rivia, protagonist of the highly acclaimed Witcher series, would be appearing in Soulcalibur VI. However, while they believed the source to be genuine, they lacked enough information to comfortably publicize the information. That all changed when the community manager of The Witcher dev CD Projekt RED tweeted out something that piqued their interest and aligned with what their source had told them: Geralt appearing in Soulcalibur might seem odd. But it turns out that Bandai Namco, the developers and publishers of the Soulcalibur series, have worked with CD Projekt RED to publish The Witcher in Western Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. That working relationship might be Geralt's ticket into the fighting game arena. That's about it - there's been no official confirmation and we're unlikely to see any until sometime after Soulcalibur VI's release date is made public. As it stands now, expect to get a release date around E3 and the announcement of Geralt sometime after that if the rumor turns out to be true.
  3. Jack Gardner

    Rumor: New Crash Bandicoot Coming in 2019

    Crash might be back for another fully fledged video game entry. With the surprise success of the Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy, Activision has reportedly set its sights on fully resurrecting the platforming franchise after sensing the pitter-patter of a bandicoot heartbeat. The N. Sane Trilogy could also also be coming to the Switch and PC. Some eagle eyes have spotted the first hints of the new Crash Bandicoot in the Spring 2018 issue of Licensing Source Book Europe. In it, a manager at GB eye named Max Arguile gave a brief statement about the N. Sane Trilogy's surprise success combined with its lack of marketing. He also talked about projects going forward into 2018 - which may or may not have anything to do with Crash Bandicoot. There's also a widely quoted statement from Arguile attributed to the Licensing Source Book Europe piece, however I couldn't verify the quotation as it has either been pulled from the LSBE or was never there in the first place. In that quote, Arguile allegedly says, "Next year it will be going broader (Switch and PC) and there will be another game in 2019. Activision have a five year plan for this and GB Eye is delighted to be fully on board with all products." Though multiple outlets have reported this quote as being in the LSBE Spring 2018 edition, it does not appear in the currently available online version of the publication. Undeterred, the internet has been set ablaze with speculation of a new Crash Bandicoot project, something that was alluded to by the remaster's creative director, Dan Tanguay, last year. Tanguay gave an understandably elusive response when asked about a possible future for the series. He said that if the N. Sane Trilogy sold enough that new installments or remasters could be coming. Now that the remaster has sold exceedingly well and someone in a position to know has seemingly verified that Crash is coming back again, people seem pretty excited. Let's see if the rumors turn out to be true!
  4. Crash might be back for another fully fledged video game entry. With the surprise success of the Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy, Activision has reportedly set its sights on fully resurrecting the platforming franchise after sensing the pitter-patter of a bandicoot heartbeat. The N. Sane Trilogy could also also be coming to the Switch and PC. Some eagle eyes have spotted the first hints of the new Crash Bandicoot in the Spring 2018 issue of Licensing Source Book Europe. In it, a manager at GB eye named Max Arguile gave a brief statement about the N. Sane Trilogy's surprise success combined with its lack of marketing. He also talked about projects going forward into 2018 - which may or may not have anything to do with Crash Bandicoot. There's also a widely quoted statement from Arguile attributed to the Licensing Source Book Europe piece, however I couldn't verify the quotation as it has either been pulled from the LSBE or was never there in the first place. In that quote, Arguile allegedly says, "Next year it will be going broader (Switch and PC) and there will be another game in 2019. Activision have a five year plan for this and GB Eye is delighted to be fully on board with all products." Though multiple outlets have reported this quote as being in the LSBE Spring 2018 edition, it does not appear in the currently available online version of the publication. Undeterred, the internet has been set ablaze with speculation of a new Crash Bandicoot project, something that was alluded to by the remaster's creative director, Dan Tanguay, last year. Tanguay gave an understandably elusive response when asked about a possible future for the series. He said that if the N. Sane Trilogy sold enough that new installments or remasters could be coming. Now that the remaster has sold exceedingly well and someone in a position to know has seemingly verified that Crash is coming back again, people seem pretty excited. Let's see if the rumors turn out to be true! View full article
  5. You might have noticed headlines today blaring about how BioWare was going to reboot their beloved Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic franchise. Going from some of the articles, you'd think that this new version was going to be completely redone in the Frostbite Engine and also spontaneously manifest unending supplies of pizza. Sadly, that rumor never had much substance to it. The rumor originated from some words uttered by Liam Robertson, who runs Unseen64. On the show, Roberston discussed revelations from his connections at BioWare Austin, saying: I’ve learned now that [BioWare Austin is] pretty much now exclusively working on Star Wars games and they’re going to be doing that for the indefinite future. What they’re currently working on right now—and I have this on good authority—is a sort of remake/revival of Knights of the Old Republic. I don’t know when this is set to come out, but it has been in development for a little while now. According to Kotaku, that information just isn't accurate, or at least it is only partially correct. BioWare's Austin studio actually did prototype a revamped Knights of the Old Republic; the only problem is that the project never went any further than that. It's not in development and hasn't been greenlit by the higher ups at BioWare. Revamped KotOR isn't happening. Liam Roberston released a statement earlier today on the issue: Going to hold my hands up here - I think I just misheard some of the Austin stuff when I was talking on Skype, so I may have misspoke there. There’s also the element that I had no notes in front of me and just sort of rambled on from memory. I did not expect these few select statements to blow up (oops). I’m used to having the opportunity to just release follow-up notices on the Patreon with any updates and corrections. My bad there. Let me clarify that I don’t think KOTOR’s a current project. From the same people I learned about Dylan from, I did hear that they prototyped a KOTOR revival at Austin a while back. I believe it may have evolved into something else since then or fizzled out since then. I’m still confident Austin is doing something Star Wars related though and I’m confident in that. I actually did know that they were contributing towards Dylan since I originally found out about it when I was researching Austin’s Shadow Realms, so if I said exclusively, then that was admittedly a mistake. However, what is happening at BioWare Austin is work on a new IP for the studio. It's rumored to be a game along similar to Bungie's Destiny series. The code-name for the project has been confirmed to be Dylan, something Liam Robertson's sources also corroborated. Dylan went into development shortly after the cancellation of BioWare's last attempt at a new IP, Shadow Realms. Whatever it turns out to be, Dylan should be shown at E3 later this year.
  6. You might have noticed headlines today blaring about how BioWare was going to reboot their beloved Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic franchise. Going from some of the articles, you'd think that this new version was going to be completely redone in the Frostbite Engine and also spontaneously manifest unending supplies of pizza. Sadly, that rumor never had much substance to it. The rumor originated from some words uttered by Liam Robertson, who runs Unseen64. On the show, Roberston discussed revelations from his connections at BioWare Austin, saying: I’ve learned now that [BioWare Austin is] pretty much now exclusively working on Star Wars games and they’re going to be doing that for the indefinite future. What they’re currently working on right now—and I have this on good authority—is a sort of remake/revival of Knights of the Old Republic. I don’t know when this is set to come out, but it has been in development for a little while now. According to Kotaku, that information just isn't accurate, or at least it is only partially correct. BioWare's Austin studio actually did prototype a revamped Knights of the Old Republic; the only problem is that the project never went any further than that. It's not in development and hasn't been greenlit by the higher ups at BioWare. Revamped KotOR isn't happening. Liam Roberston released a statement earlier today on the issue: Going to hold my hands up here - I think I just misheard some of the Austin stuff when I was talking on Skype, so I may have misspoke there. There’s also the element that I had no notes in front of me and just sort of rambled on from memory. I did not expect these few select statements to blow up (oops). I’m used to having the opportunity to just release follow-up notices on the Patreon with any updates and corrections. My bad there. Let me clarify that I don’t think KOTOR’s a current project. From the same people I learned about Dylan from, I did hear that they prototyped a KOTOR revival at Austin a while back. I believe it may have evolved into something else since then or fizzled out since then. I’m still confident Austin is doing something Star Wars related though and I’m confident in that. I actually did know that they were contributing towards Dylan since I originally found out about it when I was researching Austin’s Shadow Realms, so if I said exclusively, then that was admittedly a mistake. However, what is happening at BioWare Austin is work on a new IP for the studio. It's rumored to be a game along similar to Bungie's Destiny series. The code-name for the project has been confirmed to be Dylan, something Liam Robertson's sources also corroborated. Dylan went into development shortly after the cancellation of BioWare's last attempt at a new IP, Shadow Realms. Whatever it turns out to be, Dylan should be shown at E3 later this year. View full article
  7. A South Korean news site, iNews24, published a story in which it claims multiple sources have confirmed that Blizzard will be pulling back the curtain on a high-definition remake of the original StarCraft this September during the Copa Intercontinental, a StarCraft II World Championship event held in Mexico City. Blizzard has released a statement to say that they have no announcements to make at this time, which doesn't necessarily deny that StarCraft HD is happening or that a reveal is imminent. iNews24 reports (as translated by Kotaku) that, "multiple sources with knowledge of Blizzard internal plans [have] said that Blizzard will reveal StarCraft HD to the public this September. The StarCraft HD remastered version will retain the original gameplay and is said to have improved graphics resolution and user interface (UI)." The original StarCraft and its Broodwar expansion have remained consistently among the top played games in Korea, despite being almost two decade old. Not bad for games released in 1998! Take this report with a grain of salt, but the market definitely exists for a remastered update to the beloved RTS classic, so there are few reasons to believe that Blizzard wouldn't be looking to release an HD upgrade in this era of remasters. What do you think? Would you jump back into classic StarCraft with a new coat of paint? View full article
  8. A South Korean news site, iNews24, published a story in which it claims multiple sources have confirmed that Blizzard will be pulling back the curtain on a high-definition remake of the original StarCraft this September during the Copa Intercontinental, a StarCraft II World Championship event held in Mexico City. Blizzard has released a statement to say that they have no announcements to make at this time, which doesn't necessarily deny that StarCraft HD is happening or that a reveal is imminent. iNews24 reports (as translated by Kotaku) that, "multiple sources with knowledge of Blizzard internal plans [have] said that Blizzard will reveal StarCraft HD to the public this September. The StarCraft HD remastered version will retain the original gameplay and is said to have improved graphics resolution and user interface (UI)." The original StarCraft and its Broodwar expansion have remained consistently among the top played games in Korea, despite being almost two decade old. Not bad for games released in 1998! Take this report with a grain of salt, but the market definitely exists for a remastered update to the beloved RTS classic, so there are few reasons to believe that Blizzard wouldn't be looking to release an HD upgrade in this era of remasters. What do you think? Would you jump back into classic StarCraft with a new coat of paint?
  9. Today, CVG spotted a posting on NeoGAF by a member known as Lazaro that lists Red Dead Redemption as fully compatible with Windows 7, 8, and 8.1. It would be reasonable to approach this with a degree of suspicion since Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar have been tight lipped regarding PC versions of newer Rockstar games like Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto V. However, a PC adaptation of Red Dead Redemption would be in line with Take-Two's desire to establish more permanent franchises. Going out on a limb, Red Dead Redemption coming to PC would raise awareness of the series and set the stage for a possible sequel called... Red Dead Revenge? Red Dead Repentance? Red Dead Rolex? View full article
  10. Today, CVG spotted a posting on NeoGAF by a member known as Lazaro that lists Red Dead Redemption as fully compatible with Windows 7, 8, and 8.1. It would be reasonable to approach this with a degree of suspicion since Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar have been tight lipped regarding PC versions of newer Rockstar games like Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto V. However, a PC adaptation of Red Dead Redemption would be in line with Take-Two's desire to establish more permanent franchises. Going out on a limb, Red Dead Redemption coming to PC would raise awareness of the series and set the stage for a possible sequel called... Red Dead Revenge? Red Dead Repentance? Red Dead Rolex?
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