If eSports are to join the Olympics Games, serious regulations would be needed. Unfortunately, introducing new rules and committees usually takes a lot of time. Even so, optimistic people think that eSports, at least the mild ones, could become a part of the Olympic Games as soon as 2024. There still are a few years to wait until then, but it might actually be worth waiting for. By 2024 game developers could come up with interesting titles that would fit the Olympics regulations and still be worth watching by thousands of people. … [Read more...] about Overwatch and LoL Still Main eSports Titles, Could Come To Olympics?
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Tokyo Ghoul: Dark War allows the player to form a team composed of ghouls, or the Commission of Counter Ghoul (CCG) investigators sworn to eliminate them, as they battle their way through many story and boss stages. Multiplayer and competitive modes will also be available in upcoming updates, including a traditional PVP arena, and a MOBA-inspired mode where players participate in 1v1, 3v3, or 5v5 matches against other global players. … [Read more...] about – Official mobile game based on dark fantasy anime launches
For the game itself, players will be able to see tidbits of content which is linked to the upcoming movie, Shin Evangelion Theatrical Version, scheduled for the big screen on June 20 in Japan. Currently, there is no launch date announced for Evangelion Battlefields yet, and I wouldn’t bet on the game having an overseas launch, since almost all mobile games based on Evangelion stays in Japan. Stay tuned for more news from Tokyo Game Show! … [Read more...] about – Preview of upcoming mobile game based on classic IP
First teased last week by Square Enix, the Japanese developer today revealed the mystery mobile game at Tokyo Game Show. Officially known as Battle of Blades, the core gameplay features 4 vs 4 PVP action, along with 4-player PVE co-op dungeons and also single-player features! Each round is also being touted as lasting 180 seconds, which is considerably fast for an arena-style game. … [Read more...] about – Square Enix reveals mystery mobile game at annual event
Toshihiro Nagoshi, the producer of the Yakuza series of games, mentioned that the name “Ichiban Kasuga” as he felt the word “Ichiban” would relate better with gamers and fans in other parts of Asia, North America, and Europe. Yakuza Online took little stage time, as Nagoshi moved on to the other new Yakuza games arriving for consoles. Would you play Yakuza Online? … [Read more...] about – First screenshots for mobile and PC game revealed