Klei Entertainment is showing itself as a pretty versatile developer–its last three projects have been ninja action, survival, and turn-based tactics. As of this week, the studio has dipped its toe into the iOS market as well, with the release of the platforming puzzler Eets Munchies. Shacknews Recent Articles
Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle is coming to PlayStation 3 on April 29, Namco Bandai announced today. The fighter will primarily be available digitally, but a limited run of physical copies will be available on Amazon or Namco’s own site, with some extra bonuses. Shacknews Recent Articles
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The latest Business Update for Grand Theft Auto Online added a handful of new vehicles, weapons, and styling duds for your character to sport, but instead of sitting back and enjoying what we have, let’s take a look at what could come down the line. A GTA forum user who goes by “Mark Chump” has discovered three new speedy rides in the files of the latest update, and Reddit user andrewmsv has compiled the different pieces and parts discovered to create a helpful video.
The Enus Huntley, Dewbauchee Massacro, and Pegassi Zentorno are the three cars that the community has found. There’s no official word on what the next chunk of downloadable content will even look like, but it seems Rockstar has at least given us a taste of what we can expect from the fresh items in the game.
The online feature of Grand Theft Auto 5 has generated $ 66.4 million in just a few months, so you can expect a steady stream of additional content for the mode over the next few months.
If you’re looking for a way to nab some quick cash before these new cars are release, we have a pretty handy trick that you might want to try.
Publisher Bandai Namco has announced that 1.1 million copies of Ni no Kuni: Wraith of the White Witch have been shipped worldwide to date.
Another 600,000 units of the Japan-only Nintendo DS Ni no Kuni have also been shipped to date bringing the combined franchise number to 1.7 million.
While these numbers reflect the amount of copies sold to retailers, rather than consumers, the game remains hard to find, suggesting that sales figures aren't too far off.
The 1.7 million figure is up by 300,000 units since September of last year when 1.4 million copies of the two games had been shipped. Ni no Kuni Wraith of the White Witch was released in January, 2013.
Neither developer Level 5 or Bandai Namco have revealed what's in store next for the series but they do refer to Ni no Kuni as a "franchise" suggesting they're not yet done with the JRPG.
Our review of Wraith of the White Witch criticised the game's frustrating difficulty spikes and cheap boss fights.