Sunday, August 31, 2014

Srry guys

hi guys sorry for not being active these couple of weeks i was very busy but fear not i will start uploading new stuff when i have the chance and i also removed the adfly ad the one that when u click on a post u get redirected to adfly but i will still stick to the banners makes my blog look profesional lol

Monday, August 18, 2014

Zelda wii u looks pretty awesome

I don't know why I didn't talk about this game earlier ohh well time to start we all know zelda it's on of the most successful franchises in nintendo it's been in gameboy,ds,3ds,wii and now the wii u and if u didn't see how freakin vast the game has become then u r missing a lot I would suggest u grab a wii u for this game because it's worth it 

We'll u guys saw the bow now that's really cool and how he jumped from the horse and the Big ass monster now that what I call a zelda game they have made so vast that u can reach the highest mountains which is neat but where is his sword and shield maybe this character is not link???? Tell me in the comments bellow what u guys think.

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Destiny is the most antesapated game of 2014 I think...anyways I just bought diablo 3 reaper of souls edition on the ps4 and they also gave me a destiny poster cool huh so on to the news the will be released on 9.9.2014 nice release date so it's almost time time to use ur life savings if u r planing to buy the edition I know I am and I just might make an unboxing video for u guys so that u can also feel the moment lol if u r new and don't know what i am talking bout watch the trailer below.

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Sunday, August 17, 2014


Hi guys I am just telling u guys that for all the hackers out there I will will be uploading game torrents here for the ps3 and maybe 4 the PC and remember u will need to download a torrent program like utorrent or BitTorrent to download just search google there r many more but I suggest these I will be uploading every week and have a good day.

Square Enix Promises to Release Final Fantasy 15 and Kingdom Hearts 3 “Around a Similar Date”

Final Fantasy 15 is still waiting on a March 2015 release date. Square Enix, the game developers, is currently working to release the upcoming installment to the popular series in all reputed gaming consoles, the likes of which include the PC, PS Twins and the Xbox One.

Originally announced at The Electronic Entertainment Expo – collectively known as E3 – 2013, Final Fantasy 15 promises to be entertaining. This game was expected to release sometime in 2014, although, the makers shifted to a later date as they thought that it created a financially viable situation.

In defense of this delay, Yosuka Matsuda, CEO, Square Enix, announced that the team is taking every precaution to ensure that the game keeps up to the expectations of the gaming fraternity.

Even though Square Enix reported a positive sales turnover for the first quarter of 2014, statistics indicated that the future would be dim. This could be a possible reason leading to the delay. However, regardless of the situation, the release date has been postponed, and that is all that matters at this moment.

Another interesting piece of rumor doing the rounds indicates that Final Fantasy 15 will either share its release date with Kingdom Hearts 3 or will share the same month. Releasing both games towards a similar deadline requires a lot of patience, dedication and hard work.

The game developers have been working full time to fulfill the promises made by the management. The team has been doing a balancing act quite well, juggling out facts and gaining traction along the way.

Gamers are anticipating something major from Square Enix at the moment. The company is bent on providing results. The combination looks promising for now!

Forever Delayed: the 10 Xbox One and PS4 games we won't see this year

Kingdom Hearts to The Witcher 3

Remember back when the Xbox One andPS4 were released? Remember how excited we all were? Fast forward almost a year to today and it seems like the 'next' generation of consoles has barely even got started.
What happened? Delays happened. It seems all the games we were hoping to play this year slowly slipped back and back. Some argue that there aren't many reasons to upgrade from an Xbox 360 or PS3 yet.
Without wanting to wish our lives away, that's all going to change in 2015. Here are the 10 games we've been gagging to play all year, which we'll now have to wait a bit longer for.

                                                   Kingdom Hearts 3 (PS4, Xbox One)

Planned release: No promised date
Actual release date: Possible 2015
What's the excuse? It's not Disney enough yet, more or less
Okay, so Square Enix never promised that Kingdom Hearts 3 was going to come out in 2014, but there comes a point where teasing a game constitutes a promise that it'll be out in our lifetime. Square Enix originally showed off the game - or at least the idea of it - during E3 2013. Then we got a bonafide trailer in E3 2014.
It's in development alongside a remastered version of Kingdom Hearts 2 for Xbox One and PS4, so we wouldn't bet against the game being delayed even further into our dotage.
Not already a fan? Kingdom Hearts has one of the most bizarre premises in the video game… kingdom. It's a Japanese RPG starring the cast of Disney's most popular properties – Mickey, Hercules, Donald, and all the other greats - who star alongside the usual cast of spikey-haired anime types. Weird combo? It sure is.
The series has sold more than 50 million games in its lifetime, though. So either it has a big fan base or someone incredibly rich likes it a bit too much.
Anticipation level: Embarrassed whimper

Battlefield: Hardline

Planned release: October 2014
Actual release date: Early 2015
What's the excuse? Everyone sorta hated the beta
Battlefield: it's the thinking man's Call of Duty, and a troll's multiplayer dream. But Battlefield: Hardline has been pushed back into early 2015. In a blog post on the Battlefield website, DICE explained it wanted to make a better game than it could bring out in October 2014, the original intended release date.
Of course, it was all relayed terribly positively in the post, but our takeaway was that the game as-is would be a buggy, derivative and shallow mess. The beta told us much of this already.
It took place in June 2014 for a couple of weeks, and showed the game felt a bit like a Battlefield 4 expansion pack. While Battlefield 4, the first Xbox One/PS4 Battlefield game, received a decent reception, it was hardly the height of next-gen.
If the series wants to uphold its good name, it needs to up its game. And boy do we want it to – we don't want it to become a derivate stream of yearly updates like Call of Duty.
Anticipation level: Tickly trigger finger

The Order: 1886 (PS4 only)

Planned release: Late 2014
Actual release date: 20 February 2015
What's the excuse? It's not good enough, yet
The Order: 1886 is one of the games we're most looking forward to in 2015. Why? Because it's something new, and it's set right in the (one of the) homes of TechRadar towers, sunny London.
We say sunny, but in The Order: 1886 it's a grim and grey place where the colour palette alone is enough to give you an existential crisis.
It's serious, not fluffy. And it has guns. And knights. What's not to like?
It's also not hard to understand why The Order: 1886 has been delayed. This is one of the most anticipated PS4 exclusives, and if it's to be a lasting franchise then it needs to be good. It also runs on a new game engine, RAD 4.0. Pretty much everything is working against it.
On the PlayStation blog, developer Ready at Dawn's Ru Weerasuriya explained the 2015 delay was to ensure they can "deliver on the promise we made when we first introduced the game." So basically, it's still a tiny bit crap at the moment. The prospect of releasing in October against all the gigantic pre-Christmas names probably wasn't too appealing, either.
Fingers crossed the 20 February release date will give Ready at Dawn enough time to perfect this potential classic.
Anticipation level: Speaking in Dickensian tongues


Planned release: 21 October 2014

Actual release date: 10 February 2015

What's the excuse? "to meet our collective standards of creative excellence"

Evolve is about as high-concept as games get. It's a multiplayer title for Xbox One and PS4 that sees four people play co-operatively to try and take down a fifth. The four play as humans, the fifth as a much more powerful monster than can power up (evolve) by consuming small animals it finds.

It's a novel idea, but will it hold our interest for the span of a full game? Perhaps that's what developer Turtle Rock Studios is out to improve by delaying for four months until February 2015. We know it's fun from a fairly brief hands-on, but it needs to go the distance. Like a big old leaping, terrifying monster.

As part of the original release delay announcement, publisher Take Two said it was looking for a "favourable release window" - i.e. it'll sell more if it releases in February because there's less competition for your bucks then. Dropping a new IP game into this period can be like dropping a defenceless piece of steak into a pond of pirhanas.

However, in a later statement given toPolygon, it was suggested that the extra couple of months would also give the chance for some more improvements.

Anticipation level: nervous anticipation

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Planned release: 2014

Actual release date: 24 February 2015

What's the excuse? To bring the open world to life

The first two Witcher games are among the best role-playing adventures of the past decade. Which is exactly why we can't wait for The Witcher 3.

Developer CD Projekt Red is one of the few remaining fairly PC-centric game developers, and its approach helps give its console games an edge that makes them quite different from the other stuff we'll see released in 2015.

People who are disappointed Bethesda is focusing on The Elder Scrolls: Online rather than making a 'new Skyrim' should have both eyes on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt too. It's a drop-dead gorgeous open-world role-playing game with all the exploring and storytelling you'd expect.

Originally The Witcher 3 was pencilled in for 2014, before being delayed until 2015 in May. In July, the game's creative director explained to GameRant that the delay was in order to improve the open-world experience. CD Project Red is one of those 'it's ready when it's ready' developers. Fair enough, considering the quality of its games.

Anticipation level: Full-on geeksplosion

Max Max to Arkham Knight

Mad Max

Planned release: 2014, at some point

Actual release date: 2015, at some point

What's the excuse? Max don't need no excuse

Think of a good vehicle combat game. Got one? There's a good chance it was released a decade or more ago, because they don't come around very often.

Could Mad Max be the next one? Who knows, stranger things have happened.

All we've seen so far of Mad Max are a couple of teaser videos showing a pretty predictable kind of vehicular carnage – wheels and explosions. Even the release dates suggested so far are very vague.

At first we were told Mad Max would come out in 2014, and the latest teaser suggested it'll come in '2015'. More details are sure to come, but unlike many of the other games here, you shouldn't expect this one to land in February. We're sure one of the films will be on over Christmas if you want to whet your appetite, though.

Anticipation level: Curious antipathy

Tom Clancy's The Division

  Planned release: 2014

Actual release date: 2015 is as specific as we have

What's the excuse? It's nowhere near done yet

Could this be the most interesting Tom Clancy-branded game ever made? It certainly sounds like it.

The Division is a massively multiplayer tactical shooter with role-playing elements. It takes place in an apocalyptic New York, where the city has been all but decimated following a virus outbreak. You play as a sleeper agent trying to bring the city back to some kind of order.

Rather than being a bog-standard tactical shooter, you could even say The Division has a bit of the The Last of Us about it. You'll have to level up your character too, which should give you a much greater connection with exactly what he/she is all about.

You'll be able to explore in, around and even underneath the city, in a labyrinth of tunnels. Why do we have to wait so long for it? The Division uses a new game engine, making it trickier to make. Last we heard the actual game development was only just underway.

Anticipation level: Bring on the apocalypse

Dying Light

Planned release: 2014

Actual release date: February 2015

What's the excuse? It's not innovative enough yet

Think zombies are a played-out gaming cliche? Dying Light is here to prove they aren't. Described as a cross between Dead Island and Mirror's Edge by many, this free-running-style zombie game has quite a different feel to the zombie games of old. Ok, maybe it has the odd shade of Left 4 Dead, but who doesn't want that?

Early this year, Amazon reckoned the game would ship in March/April 2014. Of course, that never happened, and in May developer Techland announced the game wouldn't be out until 2015. Like so many others, we're looking at a February release date

"We have now come so close to realizing our initial vision we feel we cannot stop before it is ready," said Techland.

Will it be more than just another mindless zombie game? Fingers crossed.

Anticipation level: Half-infected

Quantum Break (Xbox One only)

Planned release: Vague 2014 rumours

Actual release date: 2015 (not early)

What's the excuse? 2014 was never likely anyway

Story is still the weakest point in most games, but Quantum Break comes from Remedy, developer of two of the most atmospheric, story-driven action series – Max Payne and Alan Wake. There's more than just a shade of these two's husky charm in Quantum Break.

It's a narrative-infused action game that lets you manipulate time. Yup, your character has supernatural powers, like a low-key, moody X-Man. It's all because of a time-travel experiment gone wrong. This is probably as close as we'll get to the Quantum Leap game we've all been dreaming of.

There's even a TV show that'll accompany the game, presumably a bit like the Night Springs TV show of Alan Wake. Remedy is up to its old tricks again.

While some hoped Quantum Break would arrive in 2014, with the hindsight of all these other delays, that was never likely.

Anticipation level: Engrossed

Batman: Arkham Knight

Planned release: 14 October

Actual release date: 2015

What's the excuse? No excuses this time

Batman: Arkham Knight is the biggest game in the Arkham series, which more-or-less re-proved that superhero games don't have to be rubbish.

This first Xbox One/PS4 title in the series, Arkham Knight fits in the whole city of Gotham, making its play area five times larger than the previous Batman: Arkham City. As well as being absolutely massive, you also get to drive the Batmobile. We're sold.

Having a vaster play area for Arkham Knight lets it reproduce that Batman-grade speed much better than the previous games. We'll have to hope that the thwacks feel just as weighty too.

The 2015 delay was announced in June 2014, after having been originally pencilled in for October. Rocksteady didn't give a reason why – we'll assume it's because the big bad bat got a bit scared of all the other games coming out in the pre-Christmas period.

Anticipation level: Spidey sense on full alert. Oh wait.

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New Details Revealed Through Screenshots For Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution

Bandai Namco Games has revealed new details with Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution with a few screenshots that give more insight into the upcoming game. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution is set to release on September 16th for PS3, Xbox360, and PC.

From the Press Release
BANDAI NAMCO Games America Inc. today released new assets and information regarding its upcoming title, NARUTO SHIPPUDEN™: Ultimate Ninja® STORM REVOLUTION, available September 16, 2014 on the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, Xbox 360 games and entertainment system fromMicrosoft and STEAM for PC. The new assets highlight Gaara, the Fifth Kazekage of the Sand along with a new online feature that lets players’ characters train and fight online battles on their own. 

Gaara, the respected Fifth Kazekage of the Sand brings his unparalleled skills as a Shinobi to the battlefield. With his ability to manipulate and control sand summon the One Tailed Beast, Shukaku, Gaara is one of the Shinobi World’s fiercest fighters. Allowing Gaara to harness his True Awakening power unleashes the mighty Shukaku, a gigantic beast with immense power and can quickly turn the tide in a battle. 

New additions to NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM REVOLUTION include being able to accessorize your characters in the online mode to stand out from the crowd. Players will also be able to have their online characters fight for them in Network Clone Teams to have them train and gather items while players are away from the game. 

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Don't Expect to See Too Many More PS4 HD Remasters of PS3 Games

The Last of Us Remastered is already a best-selling game on PSN and at the top of the July NPD top 10 games sales list, but don't expect to see too many more PlayStation 4 HD remasters of PlayStation 3 games.
"You can't have too many of these things otherwise next-gen just looks like rehashed last-gen and we certainly don't want that," PlayStation Europe executive Jim Ryan told CVG in an interview. "I think the balance is just about right but you know, there are other games that could be looked at, but there'll come a point where next gen will have moved on and rehashing old-gen will have passed its sell-by date."
Ryan explained that bringing a game like The Last of US to PS4 made a lot of sense because it earned greatreviews and came out near the launch of the PS4. For the people who transitioned to a PS4 from a competing platform last GENERATION, it was also the first opportunity to play it. Ryan said that Sony will look at bringing other PS3 games to PS4 when it "makes sense."
At Gamescom 2014Sony also announced that it's bringing Journey and The Unfinished Swan to PS4 and that they'll both run at 1080p.Which PS3 games would you like to see remastered on PS4? Let us know in the comments below.

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Saturday, August 16, 2014

Is planetside 2 gay????

We were promised that Planetside 2 would be released early 2014 on the ps4 no as a console gamer I am really pissed of I have been waiting for this game now they r still making some improvements for the game but they would really finish it quickly if they kept there focus on it not they have reported that it will be released after six months which means early 2015 this game is pretty good for a free 2 play I just hope they don't end up canceling it.....well guys thx for reading.

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'Batman: Arkham Knight' drops drool-worthy new screenshots at Gamescom

These may be the most gorgeous 'Batman: Arkham Knight' screenshots yet. The wait for this game is getting more painful by the second 

Gamescom is happening right now over in Cologne, Germany. It's a massive trade show known as "the biggest video game event in the world." Unlike E3 or GDC, Gamescom is open to the public. So think of it as the San Diego Comic-Con of gaming.
Among the many, many games available to view and try out on the show floor is Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Knight, the magnum opus of its Arkham trilogy. Arkham Knight is a next-gen only game that promises truly next-generation gameplay. Its marquee feature is the long-awaited addition of the Batmobile, which is by far the most powerful tool in Batman's arsenal.
The game is still in the process of being built, but a handful of new screenshots just released in honor of Gamescom show the progress Rocksteady continues to make. Feast your eyes on those screens below, and be sure to zoom all the way in for maximum detail. You'd be forgiven for assuming that these stunning visuals come from some kind of pre-rendered animation, because of how impressive they are. That isn't the case, though; these are in-game shots rendered by Batman: Arkham Knight's real-time graphics engine.
In Batman: Arkham Knight, the Dark Knight faces his greatest test as Scarecrow steps in to fill the power vacuum left by the Joker, uniting Gotham's criminals on a quest to take over the city and end Batman once and for all. While facing down threats on all sides from Scarecrow, Penguin, Two-Face and more, a mysterious and lethal new foe calling himself Arkham Knight has Batman in his sights, and he may be the one enemy the Bat can't defeat.
Batman: Arkham Knight will be available early 2015 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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Meta Knight is returning as a playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS.
Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai made the announcement on Miiverse and revealed the first pictures of Meta Knight from the Wii U version of the frantic fighting game. "The veteran hero, Meta Knight, returns to battle!! We didn't forget the Battleship Halberd either!!" Sakurai wrote.

In addition, Sakurai detailed the updates to Meta Knight's move set in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. "Meta Knight's up special move, Shuttle Loop, changed quite a bit in this game," he wrote. "The glide is gone, and the attack slashes opponents twice while spinning in a large loop. This has turned into a highly technical and effective move."

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Friday, August 15, 2014

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor - The Bright Lord Story Trailer


BioWare's upcoming fantasy epic Dragon Age: Inquisition could take you hundreds of hours to finish, if you're the sort of player who needs to see everything.
"A completist playthrough takes more than 200 hours," producer Cameron Lee told IGN. Players taking the critical path -- focusing solely on story missions and getting through Inquisition as quickly as possible -- will need 20-30 hours, Lee estimated.
Even then, in 200 hours of playing Inquisition, it's not likely that you'll see everything BioWare's built for the Dragon Age sequel. Certain areas are only accessible if you've made specific choices, or earned the right to enter.

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Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Release Date Revealed At Gamescom 2014 As Naughty Dogs Confirms The Last Of Us 2 For The PS4! When Would It Launch?

When Sony's E3 press conference closed with a teaser trailer for the fourth game in Naughty Dog's hit Uncharted series fans went crazy and they should be as Uncharted 4 is one of the most anticipated games for the PS4.

Development on Uncharted 4 was confirmed last year at the PlayStation 4 launch event, and since then the rumor mill hasn't stopped grinding out conjecture.
The trailer shows a battered Nathan Drake waking up in a sandy river bed in a jungle, with a voiceover from Sully confirming the pair have reunited. As the clip ends, the camera pans to reveal cages hanging from the trees.
The Sequel is subtitled "Thief's End", suggesting that this may be the last entry in the popular franchise.
While the trailer didn't reveal much, it did confirm a release date for some time in 2015 and it was reported by Cyberland that the Uncharted 4 release date was purportedly revealed by Naughty Dog and the launch date would be on May 2015.
Cyberland also revealed that aside from the Uncharted 4 release date announcement, Sony is sure that the game would run on 1080p at 60 fps and that Naughty Dog is looking into developing The Last of Us 2!
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Thursday, August 14, 2014

The witcher 3 gameplay at gamescom 2014

This game is freakin amazing me and my brother just love I cant wait until it's released, the witcher 3 is an open world game with a really vast open world the fighting mechanics r awesome the environment looks pretty real this game deserves the title of next gen  ass we all now this game has been delayed several time but no worries 2015 is the release and it right down the corner

Assassins creed rouge gameplay 2014 gamescom

In the game u r playing as a Templar and u r fighting the assassins this should be interesting the game has a new environment the climate has changed,u also have new weapons like the dual wielding one sword and one dagger cool and the ships now have a different ramming thing lol and has flaming oil which is really cool and of course this game is coming to the ps3/xbox360 and pc hope u guys enjoyed 

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Kingdom Hearts 3' and 'Final Fantasy XV' TGS 2014 appearances speculated

Kingdom Hearts 3" and "Final Fantasy XV" could re-appear at this year's Tokyo GAME SHOW. According to a report fromTwinfinite on Aug. 11, Hirokazu Kamamura talked a little bit about the successes of the next-generation consoles. The executive at Kadokawa Group Holdings believed that the PS4 and Xbox One has done WELL in North America and Europe so far. He also disclosed that both systems should end up doing well in the Japanese marketplace.
The PS4 came out in Japan earlier this year. After a strong launch, hardware sales have slowed down due to the lack of new software releases that cater to the Japanese GAMING community. TheXbox One will be coming out in the same region later this year. However, the Xbox brand has barely made a dent in that particular market as both the original console and the Xbox 360 sold poorly in Japan.
The two games that could turn the fortunes of the new next-generation systems around are "Kingdom Hearts 3" and "Final Fantasy XV."Square Enix has not yet reveal much about either PROJECT so far this year, choosing to focus on other GAMES at E3 2014 and GamesCom 2014. However, Shinji Hashimoto, a producer from Square Enix, hinted that new details should be shown before the END of this year.
Hirokazu Kamamura also teased that a big PS4 game will be showcased at TGS 2014, which is taking place next month. Unfortunately, he did not provide any hints at what the PROJECTcould be. With the exception of a few games, a majority of Japanese publishers are focused on releasing new games on handheld and mobile devices instead of home consoles.
"Kingdom Hearts 3" and "Final Fantasy XV" are concurrently in development at Square Enix. Tetsuya Nomura is co-directing both PS4 and Xbox One projects, which do not have release DATES. The main characters from the newest "Final Fantasy" game can be viewed near the top of this article (via the official Facebook page for the series).