PAX Prime 2015: Enter the Gungeon Review


The huge video game convention PAX Prime 2015 just concluded a few weeks ago in Seattle. PAX Prime started as a small conference honoring independent video game developers when it debuted in 2004, and they still honor that rich tradition today. PAX Prime 2015 had one of the largest displays of indie games you’ll find at one of the major video game conferences of the year, and while there were dozens of great indie games on display, “Enter the Gungeon” was easily one of the most impressive shown at PAX Prime 2015.

The title of “Enter the Gungeon” accurately describes this great indie game. Enter the Gungeon successfully and uniquely marries dungeon crawling with shoot-em-up gameplay, featuring lots of dungeons and lots of guns. The combination of the two styles of gameply make for a fun-filled, loot-dropping adventure that’s super fun with a co-op partner.

The simple dual-stick controls make shooting easy and intuitive. Defensive maneuvers are one of the things most over-the-top indie shooters fail to accommodate, but that is not the case in Enter the Dungeon. The dodge roll maneuver makes it easy to avoid getting hit, while allowing you flexibility to shoot back at enemies without losing much time. It only take a few hits before you die in Enter the Gungeon, so mastering the art of both defensive dodging maneuvers as well as carefully-aimed shooting (which is necessary due to limited ammunition) provides a satisfying skill curve.

One of the best things about “Enter the Gungeon” is the replay value of the game. Everything you experience in each dungeon is randomly generated, which means that every time you play, it’ll be a new experience. Just about anything can happen when you enter a dungeon, and that’s exactly what makes this game so special. While the dungeons are procedurally generated, the loot consists of guns and power-ups totaling over 200 different drops. During our demo, we were shown a machine-gun rocket launcher as well as the “Unicorn gun” which shoots a rainbow beam. Both were pure awesomeness.

Once you make your way through the dungeon to the boss chamber, you’ll enter into a boss fight. Each boss has a wacky design to add a little humor to the game. Despite the humor associated with the boss fights, Enter the Gungeon is a difficult game, but it never takes away from the fun experience. It doesn’t get much more entertaining than “Enter the Gungeon,” especially when played with a co-op partner. This is a must-buy.

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PAX Prime 2015: Falling Under the Spell of Sword Coast Legends


As the Sword Coast Legends PAX Prime 2015 trailer began, nostalgia cast its spell over me. Failing my saving throw, I was instantly transported back to the days of my weekend marathon Dungeons and Dragons sessions.

Sword Coast Legends begins as you would expect from a dark, fantasy adventure. Your character awakens from a terrible nightmare to find yourself hunted by dark forces as you try to unravel the mystery behind the annihilation of your guild. Your quest will lead you north, along the legendary Sword Coast, in the iconic Forgotten Realms setting. But who is your character?

During character creation you will craft your hero from five playable races and six classes, with many customization options to ensure your character is as unique as your own personal style. There are two modes of game play-Player Campaign and Dungeon Crawl.

As the Player Campaign story unfolds, you will gather together a party of adventurers to aid you in your quest. These companions will interact with you and other npcs, adding another layer of immersion to the game. With an intuitive point and click interface, spells and abilities are assigned to the familiar action bar. Combat is in real time, but you can pause the game and micromanage your companions for a more tactical approach. You can choose to play alone, or in multiplayer with up to three friends; each creating their own
custom character.

Dungeon Crawl mode is what really sets this game apart.  DM mode allows a player to assume the role of the Dungeon Master, customizing the game experience in real time. As the players progress, the DM accumulates threat-the currency with which to purchase
their nefarious bag of tricks. I really loved the homage to the pen and paper game, from the glowing twenty-sided dice floating above customizable encounter areas to the miniature figure depiction of placed monsters. I was also impressed with the DM loot drop feature, which keeps the Dungeon Master engaged by offering random bonus content to throw at players.

My time with Sword Coast Legends conjured fond memories of my friends and I hunched over a table strewn with pizza stained character sheets, graph paper maps and hand painted miniatures with our Dungeon Master leering menacingly over his DM screen. Developer n-Space seeks to revive the pen and paper feel of classic Dungeons and Dragon CRPGs, and in my opinion they have succeeded.

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E3 2015: Top 10 Indie Games of Show


The most anticipated video game tradeshow of the year doesn’t only include the big names. It also welcomes some of the most creative games by independent designers, known affectionately as “indie games.” Some of these games are made by very small, unknown teams, and others are small teams that have been scooped up by the big names in gaming. Regardless of how they came about, here are 10 of the best indie games at this year’s E3.

1. Abzû

If you love beautiful and fascinating features in your video games, Abzû is for you. This game takes place under the sea, and your goal is to uncover details about the character as you explore the seascape. It’s both relaxing and enthralling.

2. Cuphead

Cuphead, though strangely named and designed, was a major standout among the other E3 games. It’s meant to mimic a 1930s cartoon, and it does this well. Enjoy a vintage gaming experience while going head-to-head with clever characters, both noble and ignoble.

3. Beyond Eyes

This game was so popular on the E3 floor that it not only made it onto the list of top indie games, but also the list of top games overall. It was shown as a part of Microsoft’s display, but that’s not the only reason it gained so much attention. The scenes are beautiful, the interface flawless, and the main character is a 10-year-old blind girl looking for her missing cat. The player enjoys a long walk with the little girl as she overcomes her fears and navigates the beautiful world using only touch, smell, and sound.

4. Firewatch

Imagine standing alone in the middle of nowhere in Wyoming on a fire lookout. Your only human communication is through a walkie-talkie to your superior. That’s the premise of Firewatch, which is a game based on exploration and forming a relationship with someone you’ve never met in-person.

5. No Man’s Sky

With No Man’s Sky, you can explore the universe, virtually, with an interface patterned after the real thing. As the name suggests, there are no limits for exploration and beauty, with stunning graphics that bring it all to life.

6. Soma

With this thrilling underwater game, you get survival and horror rolled into one. The main character is looking to escape from an underwater world of the spine-chillingly unknown.

7. Lumino City

Join Lumi, the young star of this visually appealing game, who must solve puzzles and win mini games in order to find her missing grandfather. All of the scenes in this game are fashioned with paper and cardboard to create a scrapbook-like city.

8. Unravel

This character-driven game follows Yarny, a doll made entirely of wire and red yarn. As Yarny tries to explore the incredible world around him, his string unravels until there is nothing left of him. The challenge is to collect tokens and solve puzzles before Yarny unravels entirely.

9. Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture

The premise of this game is interesting. It’s post-apocalyptic, but instead of everyone dying in an explosion or from a mass epidemic, the Rapture has occurred, leaving behind just a few people. You can enjoy following as many as six characters, and their stories, as they navigate this nearly empty world.

10. Guild of Dungeoneering

Last but not least, Guild of Dungeoneering turned several heads at the convention. It acts like a goofy board game, but you’re allowed to build your own dungeons. The goal is to collect as much loot as possible, and train your recruits for serious battles.

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E3 2015: Top 10 Games of Show


All of the anticipation leading up to E3 2015, which began June 16th, made the two-day event held in the Los Angeles Convention Center go even faster, and it was over before we knew it. However, it left gaming fans with a great taste in their mouths, as they drooled over the best of the best in upcoming video games.

Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo were all there with some amazing games – as well as some surprising letdowns. All in all, the top games of the show were those with the best graphics, original ideas, and overall entertainment. Here are what we think are the 10 best games of E3 2015.

1. Mad Max

The film Mad Max: Fury Road, which was a shot of adrenaline in and of itself, is a difficult experience to beat, but Avalanche Studios’ game, Mad Max, was up to the challenge. The game has the same setting as the movie, but with separate stories and fantastic graphics that make it fresh and entertaining.

2. Dishonored 2

Dishonored 2, fit for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, was among the most anticipated sequels at the conference. The protagonist remained the same, but his trainee is now grown up and ready to add her own unique skillset to the game.

3. Super Mario Maker

Despite a surprisingly bland selection of games from Nintendo this year, Super Mario Maker has a promising premise. This version of the classic, fun-filled game allows you to create your own 2D levels.

4. Fallout 4

Bethesda’s Fallout series has been one of the most popular franchises on the market, and the newest installment didn’t disappoint. Players can enjoy the thrill of trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic world by customizing their own characters, exploring the endless world, and building settlements and weapons from the surrounding junk.

5. Halo 5: Guardians

What’s an E3 conference without Halo? The newest installment in the series is the most exciting yet, particularly since it now has a larger selection of characters from which to choose.

6. The Last Guardian

The only negative thing we can say about this PS4 game is that it might not quite live up to the incredibly high expectations of its biggest fans. The things that make this game so great are the graphics, set design, and overall fascinating storyline.

7. Rise of the Tomb Raider

Lara Croft is back in a sequel to the 2013 Tomb Raider series. This new game is more about living in survival mode. It’s about going on adventures in dark and dangerous tombs. There’s enough action to keep your heart pumping, and enough exploratory options to keep it interesting.

8. Horizon: Zero Dawn

The setting of this brand new Guerilla Games title is a time long after humankind has been wiped out and regrown into something new. It’s post-apocalyptic, with overgrown cities, giant robots roaming the Earth, and what look like beautiful graphics!

9. Beyond Eyes

Beyond Eyes is among the most fascinating games that made it to the conference. The premise involves a 10-year-old girl looking for a missing cat. Doesn’t sound too exciting, right? But there’s a catch: she’s blind. This captivating game lets you explore the world with this little girl, navigating only by touch and smell. The graphics are visually captivating, and the game is a brand new experience we’ve never seen before.

10. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

For a thrilling game of espionage and adventure, join the cast of Metal Gear Solid V. Your mission is to sneak through outposts looking for intelligence. But don’t worry: if you get caught, you have the option to fight, and you just might get away!

Most of the games presented at the tradeshow will be hitting stores early next year.

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E3 2015: Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate First Impressions


In order to appreciate the depth and entertaining aspects of the newest Assassin’s Creed video game, you have to get both hands on the controller, and take it for a test drive. However, unless you were lucky enough to attend the E3 2015 conference in L.A. on June 16th, you’ll have to wait a few months for its release to give it a try.

With that said, we’re pretty sure you’ll be impressed with the upgrades and exciting new features that come with this latest game.

Better Momentum

The movement options in Syndicate are phenomenal, compared to last year’s Unity. Perhaps the new feature that stands out the most is the rope launcher, which makes it much easier to navigate the busy London streets. The rope launcher has a grappling hook on the end, which Jacob and Evie Frye can use easily to make their way from the streets to the rooftops, and even to run a taut line between two buildings for a tightrope bridge. All in all, it gives navigation an almost superhero-esque feel, which makes the experience that much more enjoyable.

Great Vehicle Control

Another awesome update that should have fans excited is the vehicle control. The reveal demo shows that the characters can drive a carriage with as much speed and control as you might expect in a Grand Theft Auto game. Sure, it’s entirely unrealistic, but it keeps the tension going, and it adds a nice texture to the game, the likes of which we haven’t seen as much of in previous versions.

Lighter Tone

Another fun aspect about the game is the new and interesting setting and more playful tone. For some games, a lighter tone will remove the amusement from the game, but it works well for the two assassins and their exciting missions.

An Unpleasant Direction?

Despite some great upgrades to the overall mechanics, some fans might not be so excited about the way the franchise is headed with its changes. Overall, it’s a bit unrealistic.

For starters, the characters have half-hearted reactions, which is a major miss for Ubisoft. For example, a patrolman who sees an attempted assassination and gives chase would add an excellent new level of excitement to the game, but the current system doesn’t seem to have a large part for bystanders to play.

Furthermore, the lightened tone might come off as too light for some, making certain scenes more comedic than intense. All in all, if it continues in this direction, it doesn’t look good for the future of the Assassin’s Creed series.

Did It Live Up to Expectations?

The answer to this question is largely a matter of opinion, and it all depends on what the makers of the game decide to do between now and the release of the game, which should be early next year. This seems like plenty of time to make some of the character reactions more realistic, which seems currently to be the biggest flaw of the game.

All in all, we expect Assassin’s Creed fans to be impressed with the overall updates to the forthcoming version, Syndicate. Those who aren’t fans of the series will always have things about which to complain, but those who have loved it from day one will be thrilled with the fun and exciting updates.

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E3 2015: Recap of Nintendo’s Digital Direct Conference


Compared to some of the other news coming out of E3 this year, Nintendo didn’t make quite the same splash as its competitors. However, big Nintendo fans should be pleased with the new roster of games Nintendo announced, adding to already popular narratives from the company.

Mario Maker Harnesses Player Creativity

If you feel like you’ve gotten all that you can out of the age-old Super Mario franchise, you’re in for a surprise. At E3, Nintendo announced the September 11th, 2015 arrival of Mario Maker, a game that will allow players to design their very own Super Mario levels.

However, that’s not all. Mario Maker will also be compatible with plastic figurines, known as Amiibos. This new feature activates a special in-game mushroom that transforms your Mario into your selected Amiibo. In honor of Mario Maker, Nintendo will release a special Mario Amiibo.

Nintendo Joins The Skylanders Family

Not only will we see Nintendo Amiibos with Mario Maker, but also Nintendo announced at E3 that the company is now partnering with Activision, the makers of the Skylanders games. Now your favorite Nintendo characters will be able to play along in the Wii U Skylanders games. There will even be a fire-breathing Bowser available for the game.

Starfox Is Back

When was the last time you thought about the Starfox games? Starfox has been out of circulation for a while, but he’ll be back this year in Wii U’s Starfox Zero. The reveal on Starfox’s visuals so far has been exciting, featuring a cockpit view on the Wii U screen simultaneously with a wide view on the TV screen. In fact, the Wii U controller will offer some exciting new options, specific to the gamepad, that should add additional intrigue to the game.

Animal Crossing Comes Home

In a lot of ways, Nintendo is the gentlest of the various video games companies, and Animal Crossing is the epitome of this. The new Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer hits the market on September 25th, and, right along with Mario Maker, it’ll harness the creative tendencies of gamers, rather than the destructive ones.

Yoshi’s Yarn Adventure

We all love Yoshi; the little green guy and his eggs are just the sweetest. Well, get ready for the Yoshi games to get even cuter. The next Yoshi game, which will hit the market in October, is called Yoshi’s Woolly World. If you didn’t guessed from the title, this new world is made entirely of yarn! Some of you may recognize this premise from the older game, Kirby’s Epic Yarn, but Kirby didn’t have Amiibos. And, in honor of the whole yarn premise, some plush Amiibos will be released as well.

Paper Mario Goes 3D

Coming in 2016, the familiar characters from Paper Mario appear to be crash landing in a 3D Universe. There are still a lot of questions about how this game will work, but with the combined efforts of different parts of the Mario franchise at hand, and a quick paced RPG and puzzle set-up, Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam looks like it’ll be an enjoyable addition to a favorite franchise.

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E3 2015: Five Reasons Black Ops 3 Will Be the Best Call of Duty Game Ever


Call of Duty has had significant successes, and players have been eagerly awaiting he next installment, Black Ops 3. But, will it live up to the hype? Based on early reveals and previews, we predict that Black Ops 3 may not just meet gamer expectations, but it could be the best iteration in the Call of Duty series yet. Here are five reasons that Black Ops 3 will rock Call of Duty fans’ worlds.

1. It brings players together.

Black Ops 3 doesn’t just introduce multiplayer mode to the traditional Call of Duty formula – it works toward creating a gaming community. Gamers can connect either in a two player format in person, or as a group of up to four players over the Internet, exploring the game together.

The multiplayer option is great on its own, but what makes Black Ops 3 a real powerhouse is the way that it allows multiplayer gaming to cross levels. This means that a more advanced player, who wants to play with someone at a lower level, can bring that person along for the ride. They can share weapons and resources and play at the higher level together during that time, even though one player hasn’t unlocked it.

2. There are zombies.

What more do we need to say? Sure, Call of Duty has had zombies before, but Black Ops 3 takes zombies to a whole new level. From what’s been revealed so far, we’re pretty sure the zombies will have their own history this time around, or they’ll at least be contextualized a bit more. Beyond that, not much has been revealed, but really, who doesn’t love zombies?

3. Your characters are customizable.

Rather than playing with a static character, Black Ops 3 offers a high degree of character customization. You can tack on abilities, change the appearance of your character, make adjustments to weapons, and even choose your character’s gender.

What makes this last feature interesting is the level of detail they’ve added. It’s no longer just a matter of character appearance, but of animation and interaction. Game designers have attested that the change from a male to a female character results in entirely different animations throughout the game, as well as altering character interactions. Rarely has any game paid this much attention to the overall impact of gender.

4. You can play it again.

This is the historic disappointment of most games: once you beat them, there’s no real motivation to play again. The designers behind Black Ops 3 are determined to change that paradigm. Black Ops 3 is being marketed as fundamentally replayable. The improved AI, as well as some features of the zombie mode, contributes to this aspect of the game.

5. It moves quickly.

The speed of gameplay in Black Ops 3 is unlike anything Call of Duty players have seen before. According to game designers, anything that was slowing the game down has been shed in this new version, in addition to the mainstreaming of unlimited sprint speeds. Before, certain players could unlock unlimited sprint speeds, but in Black Ops 3, it’ll become a given.

This increased sprint speed will be augmented by improved jumping abilities. In this newest iteration, characters can hurdle over barriers, while maintaining weapon control, with ease. This’ll make characters more agile and, also, more deadly. Overall, the increased maneuverability may revolutionize what players expect in terms of character control.

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E3 2015: Recap of Microsoft Xbox’s Press Conference


With new technology like the Microsoft HoloLens on the agenda, as well as a number of other projects, Microsoft’s 2015 E3 press conference brought a lot of excitement with it. Here are the highlights from Microsoft – from games to gear.

The Backward Compatibility Buzz

One of the biggest letdowns that comes with a new gaming system is leaving your old favorites behind. That’s why, when Microsoft announced at E3 that Xbox One will have backward compatibility with Xbox 360 games, it was big news.  This backward compatibility will keep favorites in circulation.

Virtual Reality Partnerships

Microsoft is ready to make virtual reality gaming the wave of the future, announcing a partnership with Valve VR at E3 2015. This partnership aims to make Microsoft 10 the best platform on the market for virtual reality gaming. There’s no word yet on when we’ll be playing these virtual reality games, but even the prospect is enough to create some buzz.

More From the Halo Series

Halo is one of Microsoft’s most popular Xbox franchises, and E3 brought lots of exciting news of the series. The press conference featured more information about Halo 5: Guardians, putting the spotlight on key campaigns and new enemies. Players are also readying themselves for the new Halo 5 Warzone. Warzone will combine traditional multiplayer gameplay with artificial intelligence. The introduction of AI opens up exciting possibilities within this new game mode.

Reinvigorating Tomb Raider

Lara Croft is back in Rise of the Tomb Raider, coming November 10th, 2015. E3 attendees got a first peak at the gameplay for this new Croft adventure, in which our heroine appears to have aged and gained new insight into her mission.

The Future of Fallout

There doesn’t yet seem to be a date for the release of Fallout 4, but the game was announced as offering shared mod support for both the Xbox One and PC versions of the game. Additionally, for those who are fans of Fallout 3, or are trying to better familiarize themselves with the series, Fallout 3 will come free with Xbox One editions of Fallout 4.

Minecraft Meets HoloLens

The HoloLens was Microsoft’s first big move into virtual reality, and now it will be joining forces with Minecraft in a new edition designed specifically for virtual reality play. E3 attendees got a first peek at this new Minecraft but were left with a teaser: Microsoft won’t be letting on any more details until MineCon, later this year.

Sneak Peaks and Vault Additions

With a vast number of new games announced by Microsoft at E3 this year, gamers are on the edge of their seats. Depending on the game, though, the wait may be shorter than anticipated, as Microsoft also announced a new game preview program associated with Xbox One. The Xbox Game Preview program will include such games as The Long Dark and Dayz, with more game titles coming.

On the flip side of these previews, Microsoft also announced a further partnership with EA Access. The company will be adding Dragon Age: Inquisition and Titanfall to the EA Access vault, as well as treating Xbox Live Gold members to a week of free access in celebration.

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E3 2015: Recap of Sony PlayStation’s Press Conference


Did you miss the excitement buzzing around Sony PlayStation at E3 this year? Here’s a recap of the biggest announcements from the Sony press conference, including much awaited news about a popular trilogy.

Dino Hunting Adventures

If you’re a fan of Jurassic Park, or the folks at Guerrilla Games, then Horizon: Zero Dawn is one to watch out for. This forthcoming game features something of a robot-dinosaur hybrid storming through desolate landscapes. The player’s aim is to hunt down these killers with a bow and arrow while avoiding imminent death.

Another Epic Street Fighter Game

The Street Fighter series is much beloved by PlayStation gamers, and we haven’t been treated to a new game in several years. Street Fighter V is due out in early 2016, but PS4 players will be able to check out a beta starting this July.

Call Of Duty Is Back

Also at the Sony press conference, we got a look at Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. This one is coming soon, with a release date set for November 6th, 2015. However, that wasn’t all of the Call of Duty news: there are exclusive map packs being released for PS4, as well as an August beta coming if you can’t hold out until November.

No Man’s Sky Raises Questions

While many of Sony’s announcements focused on games and series already well-known to PS4 fans, there were certainly a few surprises among the lot. One game that has piqued gamer interest is No Man’s Sky. Focused on a series of generated planets, it remains unclear exactly what the player does on those planets. Essentially, everyone’s still wondering whether this game will actually be any fun. The demo at E3 didn’t really answer that question.

A Final Fantasy Remake

Not all of the big news from Sony focused on the new. Indeed, one reveal that has gamers buzzing is the upcoming Final Fantasy VII remake. We don’t yet have a release date, but, while we wait, we have a World of Final Fantasy game to keep us busy. This game was announced as coming to PS4 and Vita in 2016.

A TV Revolution

Stepping outside of the gaming world for a moment, during the press conference, Sony highlighted its new PS Vue service. PS Vue is currently up and running in Los Angeles and San Francisco, but it has the potential to make a big splash in TV markets across the country. What sets Sony’s new service apart is that it allows users to subscribe to individual TV channels, rather than to a broader television service. The service comes at a discount to PS+ members.

The Last Guardian Is Here

Probably the biggest announcement out of Sony this year was the upcoming arrival of The Last Guardian. The Last Guardian will complete the trilogy successfully opened by Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. Gamers have been waiting for this final phase for years now, but they’ll have to keep waiting until 2016; that’s the most specific Sony’s willing to be about release dates at this time. Still, the demo at E3 made a huge splash and has anxious fans poised for its arrival.

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The Resurgence of Rock Band: What to Look Forward to with Rock Band 4


Several years ago, if you were to ask video game fans what their favorite party-style video game was, the majority would have said Rock Band. It seemed unstoppable in both the Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises, as developers emerged with sequel after sequel.

However, almost as suddenly as it emerged, it ceased. The founding company, Harmonix, moved on to bigger and better games and the legend of Rock Band quickly petered off.

This was five years ago, shortly following the release of Rock Band 3. Now, to the delight of Rock Band enthusiasts around the world, Harmonix recently announced the release of Rock Band 4 coming this year. Here are a few things you have to look forward to with the new and improved game.

New and Improved Interface

Fans of the music game will remember that each of the new Rock Band games included a lot of fancy features that made the game look cool, but the basic interface was a little too simple for users. Once they reached a certain point and played all the songs, there wasn’t much point in continuing the game. It was simply a stock game that lacked the potential to go further.

The new game comes with new challenges that offer more of an arcade adventure. The Rock Band 4 experience comes in three parts to meet the wishes of most of their participants.

To begin with, there’s the simple desire to get the highest score possible and play all of the notes precisely. It also has the party feature that allows players to compete in large groups. The final part is new to the Rock Band experience with a story mode that leads you on your career as a virtual rock star. The makers of the game hope that the combination of these three features will lead to a better overall playing experience.

Songs Across Platforms

The makers of the game are working extremely hard to allow the users to move their downloaded songs across platforms. Though they have approval for compatibility between different gaming consoles, the problem they’re dealing with is licensing with the original song owners. However, the makers are optimistic about the progress they’ve made so far.

All New Instruments

Though developers are doing everything they can to allow the compatibility of the old instruments, they are also working to create new and improved instruments.

The new instruments will not only be receiving a slight face-lift, but they will also be significantly improved in the hardware. They’re looking to improve not only the tilt function, but also the latency of the instruments. There will be minimal add-ons to the design, but the new instruments are slated to function more smoothly than the original versions.

Though updates will continually be administered to the game, there are no prospects for more Rock Band games in the future. That will depend on the success of this new game.

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