Could you not believe your eyes either? Speaking with a FOX (WNYW-TV) news reporter, 8-year-old Felix von Perfall innocently gave some (wise?) advice: “Call of Duty, it’s a good game, but it’s really—I wouldn’t advise it for younger kids.”
“Call of Duty, it’s a good game, but it’s really—I wouldn’t advise it for younger kids,”
This eight-year-old child has been exposed to things that nobody younger than him should ever have to see. (There’s nothing wrong here.) And here’s a fun fact: only Call of Duty 3 was given a rating lower than M — it was never rated E though.
What do you think of future mega super soldiers(sorry) younger children being exposed to violent games at an earlier age? Let’s have an open discussion, shall we? Sound off in the comments!
After being unveiled at the VGAs last Friday, the official story trailer for Naughty Dog’s upcoming The Last of Usleaked to the internet for everyone to see. And if you were expecting an Uncharted-like experience, you won’t find it here. In this latest trailer, the Infected make their first appearance in in-game footage, death is everywhere, humans are just as dangerous as ever, and survivors have anything but an easy, well, survival.
Naughty Dog announced that The Last of Us is scheduled for a May 7th North American and European release date.
Yes, that’s correct. Dead or Alive 5 Plus for Vita will include a first-person mode, in which players must hold the Vita in a vertical fashion and use the handheld’s motion sensor for a “first-person, full-screen view of your opponent.” In addition, DOA5+ will also feature new touch controls, such as “simple taps, swipes, and pinches” which can “trigger a variety of devastating moves.”
Also included for new and expert players to up their game are “new training-focused modes and a new display of advanced frame data that reveals twice the amount of information for each move compared to previous versions.” Apparently, tournament players will spend hours analyzing the best moves for their fights. Um, what?
At EA’s preview event last night, Crytek founder Cevat Yerli announced that Crysis 3 will be coming to North America on February 19, and will be followed by a European launch on February 22. February 19 can’t come any slower.
Sound Shapes‘ in-game music shop has finally launched, and for just $0.99 each you can grab 3 new sound packs: the Acoustic Sound Pack, Drum Kits Sound Pack and 8-Bit Sound Pack. Each includes five new instruments, Beat School Levels, and Trophies. A Curved Terrain pack will also be available for free.
Sony has also announced a new feature set to come later this month called the Community Milkcrate, which showcases albums of user-created levels, which will all be organized by themes. Next year “some rad musicians and game industry folks” will also be bringing their collections of favorites to the Milkcrate, so keep your eyes peeled for that as well.
Next year will also bring a new DLC vehicle pack, but so far no specifics have been mentioned.
Uncharted: Fight for Fortune is now available for the Vita on the PSN for just $4.99 for North America. Europe will receive the game tomorrow. The card game comes with 100 cards, which can easily be expanded via expansion packs for $1.99.
Fight for Fortune features all the heroes, villains, weapons, and artifacts from every Uncharted game and the comic Uncharted: Eye of Indra.
The guys over at Dual Pixels claim to have unearthed information about the PS3′s upcoming successor. According to their source, the PlayStation 4 will not be named after the PlayStation 3, but will be given the name PlayStation Omni.
Apparently the PS Omni’s hardware will be able to produce graphics as well as Direct X 11-backed technology, like Unreal Engine 4 and Frostbite 2. The Omni will be superior than the Wii U, which is expected, but not significantly — the same source says that the new Xbox will be more powerful than the Omni. Continue reading →
Sony has filed a patent for the design of a hybrid DualShock controller with Move components that breaks apart. A patent for the design was noted in 2008, but this patent, published by Free Patents Online on November 29, was filed in May 2011.
The “Hybrid Separable Motion Controller” blueprints show a controller which is designed to attach to one another and is equipped with a magnetometer, accelerometer, and an embedded speaker. It’s also mentioned that Sony’s PlayStation Eye is required for the controller’s use.