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Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Impact is pretty sick for a PSP game


I had to do a double take when I saw the footage for this game. There are a bunch of things going on all the time, and the anime style of things seems to have been spruced up. The combat actually looks more like it’s older brother, Ultimate Ninja Storm. I’m pretty impressed by the visuals, even in this blurry little video we have here.

We don’t get much PSP footage nowadays, so it’s good to see a game still taking advantage of the hardware. Take a good look at the footage after the break!

Source: Andriasang


Konami video blowout for Metal Gear and HD Collections for Zone of Enders


Konami just released a wide assortment of information regarding the NGP, PSP, PS3, and the 3DS. Transfarring will be a feature available to Metal Gear: Peace Walker users. This will allow players to transfer their games from their saves from the PS3 version, down to the PSP version, and back again.

Mega64 did a hilarious video regarding the whole transfarring system, and a little skit about the HD Zone of Enders collection. While finally, Konami shows some direct footage from the 3DS version of Metal Gear Solid 3D. We’ve also learned that HD version of the Metal Gear series, will be created for the PS3 and Xbox 360 respectively.

Have at this mass of videos, and thank IGN for all of the footage.

Source: IGN


Wallet Vacuum: New releases for May 10th – May 13th


 

Every week new games come out and suck your wallet dry. We’re here to keep you in the loop on somethings you may have missed. Get ready to spend money, because the Wallet Vacuum is here to stay! Our special guest star of the week is the highly anticipated Brink!

 

May 10th, 2011


Brink by Splash Damage/Bethesda Softworks – Playstation 3/Xbox 360/PC – $46.99 – $59.99
Lego: Pirates of the Caribbean by Disney – Nintendo DS/Nintendo Wii/PSP/Xbox 360/Playstation 3/PC/3DS – $28.99 – $49.99
MX vs. ATV Alive by THQ – Xbox 360/Playstation 3/ – $38.99
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s World Championship 2011 Over the Nexus by Konami – Nintendo DS – $28.99
Virtua Tennis 4 by SEGA – Playstation 3/Xbox 360/Nintendo Wii – $32.49
The First Templar by Kalypso Entertainment – Xbox 360/Playstation 3/PC – $49.99
WRC FIA World Rally Champisonhip by Deep Silver – Playstation 3 – $39.99
Treasure Chase-Brainstorm Series by Storm City Entertainment – Nintendo DS – $19.99
Touch N Play Collection by O-Games – Nintendo DS – $19.99
Dream Trigger 3D by D3 Publisher – Nintendo 3DS – $39.99
Superstars V8 Next Challenge by Deep Silver – Playstation 3 – $38.99

 

May 11th, 2011


Duke Nukem: Critical Mass by Deep Silver – Nintendo DS- $28.99

 

May 12th, 2011


Lego: Indian Jones 2: The Adventure Continues from Feral Interactive- Mac OS X – $29.99

Touch N Play Collection by O-Games – Nintendo DS – $19.99

EA is being sued over long lost royalties by the creator of the Madden series




Is it just me, or is Electronic Arts always being sued over something new? Like the classic Godfather 3 film, they tried to get out of their evil ways only to be pulled back in. Luckily, their lesson won’t come in the form of a dead daughter, but more in the shape of greenbacks. The creator of the Madden franchise has come out of the woodwork with a heavy lawsuit.

Robin Antonick (The creator) claims that he was bamboozled out of financial due. Apparently, he was told that the code used during his time spent with EA was no longer in use for later iterations. Over 23 years have passed since he was officially credited on the game, and he has not gained a single royalty for a Madden game since.

Antonick claims that his code is still in use to this day, and he wants his checking account to match it. This is a serious claim for EA on such a troll filled day. Though someone not noticing how similar a game looks for 23 years… is kind of funny isn’t it?