So Ubisoft’s decision to stop printing manuals for games has been somewhat of a hot topic recently. I had to ask Alex Neuse about how he felt about this move since Gaijin Games has similar goals to be as “green” as possible.
As some of you may know Mega Man 10 has recently been announced for WiiWare with the added twist of being co-op. When I heard this news I remembered how bad of a player I was for not completing Mega Man 9 but I soon remembered that the rumor of a two player Mega Man sounded eerily familiar.
Yeah it’s been a while since I’ve updated the blog with relevant game news. Blame it on the return from a summer break. I’ve been too busy to do much. Sorry. Anyway Alex Neuse of Gaijin Games’ was cool enough to answer some quick answers related to the developer’s next title, Bit.Trip VOID.
That’s right. I just got a tip from them. The next original IP from Twisted Pixel will be announced alongside some footage at this year’s Penny Arcade Expo. Expect to see something at their booth, 3102, at 4 PM on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The short movie will be available on their official site after PAX.
EXPLORE THE VOID WITH COMMANDER VIDEO
Come along and embark on another fantastic voyage!
The Conduit is, in my opinion, a good game and worthy purchase. The graphics and controls are top notch, and the single-player is worth a run through, but a few things hold it back from having that truly addicting online experience.