Earlier, Rockstar Games has teased a new vehicle that you know you want to be part of our own garage. Now the developers have more details on the 2013 Bravado Banshee beauty and how you can get your hands on her.
More than just your average getaway car, the 2013 Bravado Banshee has been moulded and created to emulate the real-life drive for GTA 5. From the cockpit to the iconic blue finish, you can capture the very spirit of this racer.
"The result is a one-of-a-kind supercar worthy of representing the Banshee's heritage and a tribute to some of the deep customization options you'll find in the Los Santos Customs shops of GTA V, where you can equip and style your vehicles with a wide range of visual and performance-based enhancements," said Rockstar Games.
You can get the 2013 Bravado Banshee through the Epic Rewards Giveaway, a project of Rockstar Games and GameStop team-up. The official rules are listed in GameStop, and you stand a chance to win the car until September 30 before the entries are drawn.
As far as Nintendo's games are concerned, Pokemon may be one of the more popular ones out there that continues to thrive, and it seems that the company is using this leverage to keep the Wii U afloat with upcoming games.
Recently, a leak of a new Pokemon game has been revealed in a video via SIZUMA1, and one that features Pikachu and the rest of the gang of pocket monsters with what appears to be the Nintendo DS and Wii U consoles.
The video looks more like a trailer than anything else, and is almost reminiscent of Disney Infinity in terms of the graphics. At the end, the Pokemon X and Pokemon Y are clearly teased, with the trailer ending with the tag "2013.10.12 on sale."
For now, GameSpot reports that one Pokemon-related event to look forward to is the Nintendo Direct video presentation, which will be streaming later today at 7 a.m. EDT through this website. The two mentioned Pokemon games will be the main feature of the presentation, so it is something to look forward to.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix: Good play, half-baked HD
September is a month for Kingdom Hearts fans, as it is release date for the most anticipated game for the PS3. Dubbed Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix, the new game will be heading to PS3 consoles on September 10.
Square Enix has already released the newest trailer, giving you a glimpse of the gameplay. As a card game, you can see the strategies for attack and defense, as well as the options of which character to play as.
Sadly, not everything in the gaming experience was what it should have been, because despite the HD tag in the game title, Kingdom Hearts is anything but a redefinition in visuals.
In a review by Hypable, it showed that the camera issues in the game were very much a big part of the gameplay, and it didn't get better at any point in the demo. Avid fans of the game who know that an unyielding camera can spell the easy difference between success and death in action will cringe at the way the camera and its controls were handled.
As a remake, it is admirable that the creators had built the game from scratch, though some crucial parts were not translated into the recent Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix. Even with the camera issues presented, the upside is that it wasn't a remake for nothing.
You have more fluid visuals compared to its earlier counterparts, and since it is slated for release on the PS3, it is the closest you can get to improved visuals in the game. It is by all means an improvement of the visuals, and keeps the essence of Kingdom Hearts at its core.