Author Archives: Andres Ruiz
For the forlorn hearts who wish to experience the New Super Luigi U content but don’t own New Super Mario Bros. U, you are in luck. Satoru Iwata has announced a special 30th anniversary Year of Luigi edition of New Super Luigi U to be sold separately. This ought to be convenient for anyone with internet connectivity issues unable to download the downloadable content, people who don’t already own the original game, or collectors.
From G4Box and the interestingly named My New Children Inc., comes a new massive multiplayer online fishing game called Fishing Hero. This concept got some of us at the Twinfinite office very curious, so two of our writers set sail into the virtual blue yonder to give you their impressions of the game, letting you know whether or not Fishing Hero is worth looking into.
From WayForward Games, the developers of Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage?!!, in close collaboration with Regular Show creator J.G. Quintel comes a new title based off of Cartoon Network’s Emmy Award-winning show, Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby in 8-Bit Land. As of now, there are no details about the game other than the premise of the show’s protagonists Mordecai and Rigby because transported into their favorite video games. They are subsequently given unique skills and [...]
Pendleton Ward, D3 Publisher, WayForward Games, and Cartoon Network are once again uniting for a sequel to the 3DS game based on the hit animated series, Adventure Time, with yet another crazy awesome subtitle. Also, this time, the new Adventure Time game will be going multi-platform. Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! will be making its debut on the WiiU, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, and Nintendo 3DS.
The developers at Tecmo Koei will be repackaging their 2012 fighter Dead or Alive 5 one more time in the form of Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, coming this Fall. It will include new modes and features introduced in Dead or Alive 5 Plus, or DOA5+ for the PlayStation Vita, including a tutorial mode, Camera Mode, being able to save replay footage, and new character Mila and Rig. Also included in the new [...]
There are plenty of games rattling around in the Xbox Indie Games market, and some of those are rare gems, like Shark Attack Deathmatch, I MAED A GAM3 W1TH Z0MB1ES!!!1, DLC Quest, or even the dozen shameless copies of Minecraft, all well worth the $1 price tag. However, there are also those games that make you wonder if the creators even tried at all, much less why you should spend a dollar on it. Unfortunately, this is the case with [...]
Activision just confirmed the release of their upcoming title Call of Duty: Ghosts via Twitter. Recently, some online retailers had spoiled the surprise by accidentally listing the game too early. Activision seems to have just gone along with that, releasing the teaser site soon after. Based on that leaked box art, Infinity Ward seems to be once again at the helm of this project. According to the official Facebook page, there will be a full reveal of the game on [...]
Well, it’s happened again: something strange and wonderful has found its way onto the video game scene. Will Brierly is a game developer with an arsenal of eccentric titles, including two gems called Soda Drinker Pro and Vivian Clark. I am sure, at some point in your life, you have thought, “Boy, I really am thirsty. I really wish I had a soda right about now.” Fortunately, your problems are solved in Soda Drinker Pro, the world’s first FPS (first [...]
After years of asking, Nintendo has finally budged and will be releasing the Super Nintendo classic Earthbound on the Wii U Virtual Console later this year. Some younger gamers may recognize the protagonist Ness from the Super Smash Bros. series. Now is as good a chance as any for these newcomers to get acquainted with his origins, and one of the best role-playing games that graced the Super Nintendo. Just as well, veterans that have been pleading for this will [...]
I hope you’re ready to lay tons of eggs only to subsequently beam them at your enemies once again, because Yoshi’s Island 3DS has been announced. The latest Nintendo Direct showed footage of the upcoming third installment in the Yoshi’s Island series. With the last entry having been Yoshi’s Island DS back in 2006, this has been a greatly anticipated title. For the transition to the Nintendo 3DS, the game will receive the 3D graphics overhaul, but the stereoscopic 3D [...]