Back in September, a retail listing dated the collection for release last November.Then, in February, the game was rated by the Brazilian classifications board.
SEGA and Humble Bundle have joined forces to create the Humble SEGA Strategy Bundle, which is offering $379 of game content for as little as $12.Alternatively, pay more than the average price (currently $6.
While the game has yet to be officially announced by 2K, the American ratings board states that it is "a collection of three first-person shooters in which players assume the role of characters uncovering the mysteries behind the dystopian societies of Rapture and Columbia.It was later rated in Brazil and Taiwan.
As was rumoured a while back, Rocksteady’s original duo of Batman Arkham games (Arkahm Asylum from 2009 and Arkham City from 2011) might be headed to newer hardware in the very near future.Look, Arkham Origins was rubbish on launch thanks to several glaring technical problems that approached the week one edition of Batman Arkham Knight on PC when it came to problems.
This collection was said to include both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, with all DLC included for both titles.It seemed to be pretty legitimate coming from Eurogamer, though still it coming from a supposed GameStop employee made it still a rumor.
Welcome to our second Toy Box Tuesday, a new weekly feature where we highlight a few toys that you may want to add to your collection*.There you’ll find Captain Ironbeard, an old buccaneer who’s not particularly thrilled with the way things have turned out for him.
The same team that delivered the impressive Mega Man Legacy Collection is working on another anthology collection, although they can’t really talk about it.Digital Eclipse’s Frak Cifaldi appeared on the Channel 33 podcast to make that announcement in the form of a possibly inadvertent tease:
“I shipped a collection called Mega Man Legacy Collection the year before last, and we’ve got another one coming out soon that they’re gonna announce any day now.
Shortly after we reported on a tease from Square Enix that showed some people playing Seiken Densetsu 3 (better known in North America as Secret of Mana II) on a Nintendo Switch, Square Enix has confirmed that the Mana series will be getting a collection release on the Switch, but so far only in Japan.According to Famitsu, the Seiken Densetsu collection will include Final Fantasy Adventure, Secret of Mana, and Secret of Mana II, and will release on June 1st at a 4,800 yen price tag (about $43).
Especially to those who’ve reached level 30 on their account will be greeted to a free Volcanic Makoa skin as a big thank you from Hi-rez Studios.Which according to the latest patch notes show that concluded a few moments ago will have it’s own unique head, body, weapon and voice pack.
However, Capcom and Disney surprised us with the announcement of The Disney Afternoon Collection that would be handled very similarly to their previous compilation.Just because The Disney Afternoon Collection looks great, that doesn’t mean the games always perform perfectly.