Friday, May 23, 2008
Guitar Hero World Tour is now official for a Fall of 2008 release thanks to a press release making it so. As our friends at Kotaku have pointed out, the most innovative aspect of the game is the Music Studio feature that will allow users to create and share original music, essentially making the Guitar Hero guitar the real instrument everyone hoped it could be. Other than that, we can expect the rumored electronic drum kit, newly redesigned guitar and a microphone along with the standard gameplay upgrades. For the full scoop, check out the press release after the break. And hit the Kotaku link for more screenshots.Gaming: Guitar Hero World Tour Gets Official
Thursday, May 22, 2008
I pulled the video because it automatically played each time you visit my site. Very annoying.
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Monday, May 12, 2008
Nintendo on Monday put its latest shot across the bow of Microsoft
and Sony when it officially launched WiiWare, its new online repository
of downloadable games.
Ostensibly a service where Wii gamers will be able to shop for new, independent games, WiiWare seems to be Nintendo's answer to Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade and its XNA Studio and to Sony's PlayStation Store.
WiiWare is launching with six games: Square Enix's Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King, Frontier Development's LostWinds, XGen Studios' Defend your Castle, Nnooo's Pop, High Voltage Software's V.I.P. Casino: Blackjack, and Gameloft's TV Show King.
Nintendo said it would add new games to WiiWare each Monday.