In the dark dusty corners of London Drugs, the employee barely looked up to greet me and I was free to peruse the archives of old computer games that are destined for the trash can one day or another. I found treasure in that dimly lit, neglected department.
If you're anything like me, you are torn between buying a video game at launch or waiting it out and waiting for the price to drop. At launch,
As a defense attorney, you must clear the name of your client while finding the truth behind a heinous murder plot. That is the premise of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies; the first Ace Attorney game released on the Nintendo 3DS. Though the series started on the Gameboy Advance, it was really the release of the Nintendo DS titles that brought these quirky and engaging stories to a wide audience.
The Ace Attorney titles have always been about delivering
There's been an interesting rumor circulating around the internet in the last day regarding Blackberry's next firmware update. Despite their efforts, Blackberry is still struggling to keep what tiny parcel of their former market remains, and their future is uncertain at best. The rumor is this, and simply this: Blackberry's 10.2.1 update will include the Google Play Store. It doesn't seem like much at first, but it has staggering implications for the company.
The video game industry has really embraced the DLC and freemium models, and why shouldn't they when there are so many success stories. I need not point out the sheer amount of money games like Candy Crush Saga or League of Legends are earning. Truthfully, it does irk me that companies are able to pull this kind of thing off. I have utmost respect for games that still put out proper expansion packs or even a decent sized DLC. But then you have the embarrassing cash grabs, the shameless display
I've been counting down to this day for months now. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies was released on the Nintendo eShop today. Unfortunately, the title is a digital release. It will only be available on the Nintendo eShop and not through retail channels. The good news, however, is that it is being priced at a very reasonable $29.99. For those of you who took advantage of the Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei deal, here's your chance to spend the $30 voucher.