- Tumbleseed’s developer, Greg Wohlwend, said the team is working on making the game easier and more enjoyable for gamers. Here’s what he had to say:
“We know how the current version of the game comes off when played in a review setting. Most likely you’ll play it, decide it’s too difficult, and be done with the game. We’re working on fixing that. So before we solicit more reviews, we’d like to try these ideas out first. Our changes probably won’t save the game, but we hope to give anyone that wanders into our game a fighting chance at enjoying it. TumbleSeed is the best thing I’ve worked on, which makes the tepid response all the more confusing.”
Will and I both liked the game, but neither one of us have touched it since.
– Nintendo confirmed a special edition Splatoon 2 Switch Pro Controller will be making it’s way to The States along side the game on July 21.
– Indivisible will be making it’s way to Switch and those who backed it have the ability to change their pledge if they want it on that console via Backerkit.
– NBA Playgrounds is, well, not very good. Even still, developer Saber Interactive is looking to at least try and make it more enjoyable with it’s latest big update for Switch. The next patch being worked on will cut the file size in half, increase the game’s resolution, and more. No mention on if it will make the game any fun though….
– Universal Studios has released a trailer for the forthcoming Super Nintendo World at its Japanese resort, which shows off – in CGI form, at least – what the park will look like once it is complete. Check it out for yourself in the media section below.
- Ars Technica surveyed 900,000 participants for a new report which claims Xbox One owners spend less than 2% of their time using backward compatibility.
- SoundCloud support has made it’s way to Xbox One with a slick UI, the ability to pin playlists, skip and play tracks with your voice with Cortona, and more.
- Popular indie dev Edmund McMillen (Super Meat Boy, The Binding of Isaac) announced his newest game, The End is Nigh, will be releasing on Switch as well as Steam.
- To celebrate the one-year anniversary of Pokémon GO, the app is getting both in-game events and a real-world festival in Chicago. The in-game Solstice Event will start June 13, 2017 and will feature XP bonuses for accurate throws, discounted Lucky Eggs, and Fire-type and Ice-type Pokémon. A new collaborative group gameplay centric update will follow. Then on July 22, 2017, Pokémon GO Fest Chicago will get underway at Grant Park in Chicago.
- As expected, Shenmue III has been delayed to the second half or 2018. Series creator Yu Suzuki delivered the news himself by way of a video log this morning, by saying the following:
”Unfortunately, we must delay the release because the game has become bigger and more beautiful than I initially expected. Now it’s set for the back half of 2018.”
- CD Projekt Red, the makers of The Witcher series said thieves have stolen design documents for their next game, Cyberpunk 2077, with the thieves demanding a ransom. As you can expect, CD Projekt Red said they won’t pay and released the following statement:
“We will not be giving in to the demands, which might eventually lead to the files being published online.”
- If you’ve been enjoying Tekken 7 on PS4 but haven’t been enjoying the matchmaking woes experienced by many, then rejoice, as the latest 1.02 patch is said to improve these woes.