Far Cry Primal Hands-On
Ubisoft invited Neoseeker up to preview Far Cry Primal on the PS4 last week at their San Francisco offices, and our morning appointment saw us dive into the world of Oros and take on the role of Takkar, the protagonist of Primal and hopeful savior of the human race in these turbulent prehistoric times. The world is at a turning point and early humanity is struggling against both itself and with nature to survive and get ahead of their mammoth opposition. Takkar faces the challenge of adapting not only himself but the ways of his clan to the changing climate, so they and other humans have an opportunity to rise up the ladder.
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Gaming News Headlines
Can’t get enough of Lara Croft and her swanky, spelunking style? Rise of the Tomb Raider‘s first downloadable story expansion, Baba Yaga: The Temple of the Witch was released yesterday for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions of the game. Meanwhile PC gamers will have the DLC available at launch when the game hits Steam later this week.
E3 is still several months away, but it takes several months of planning for everyone involved in order for the event to be a success. Time slots have to be booked, presentations have to be asembled, and developers have to figure out what they can and can’t say about upcoming projects regardless of whether they’re on the show floor. One company decided they wanted to be a bit different this year and skip the show floor, instead opting to hold their press briefing before E3 starts. Electronic Arts will be hosting its EA Play briefing on the Sunday before the biggest gaming press event of the year begins.
Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir did the impossible last week in dethroning Monster Hunter X from the number one spot in Media Create’s sales data for Japan. The title continues its descent into madness this week as a surge of new releases in Japan take six of the top ten spots in the company’s weekly sales reports. The rush of new titles sees Monster Hunter X drop down to sixth place, while regular titles like Super Mario Maker and Minecraft fall off the list. The game to beat this week out in the East was none other than Sega’s Yakuza: Kiwami, a remake of the PlayStation 2’s Yakuza.
Quantum Break is “so close to being done,” which is of course a good thing given the time bending action title is set to launch in April. What we didn’t know was that Remedy Entertainment and Microsoft are apparently working on a PC version of the Xbox One exclusive behind the scenes. Brazil’s Ministry of Justice didn’t quite get the memo that one of those platforms was meant to be a secret, as it recently published ratings for both Xbox One and PC versions of Quantum Break.
When there’s a mystery people can’t figure out, we used to call on Sherlock Holmes. Now, we’ll get a chance to call on Pikachu as his latest adventure is slated to launch in Japan next week. Titled Great Detective Pikachu: Birth of a New Combination, the Pokémon mascot puts on his detective hat to solve some of the biggest mysteries in the world. Whether it’s a matter of who stole his Light Ball or where Team Rocket is hiding one of Lance’s Dragonites, no mystery is too puzzling for Pikachu to solve.
- Capcom readies new Mega Man system themes for 3DS in Japan
- Nights of Azure pre-order bonuses detailed, playable support character and PS4 theme
- Street Fighter V beta enters final round on January 30, free Story DLC revealed
- Valkyria Chronicles Remastered hits the western front on PS4 this spring
- Sega 3D Classics Collection zooms onto Nintendo 3DS systems starting April 26
- Pokémon’s Super Bowl 50 commercial celebrates 20 years of wanting to be the very best
- Mighty No. 9 delayed again, now launching in ‘spring 2016’