The iconic legendary Japanese game creator, Koji Igarashi, whose Castlevania series created him loyal fans from all around the world is coming back with a new action-adventure video game.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night was developed by ArtPlay, DICO and WayForward Technologies, and published by 505 Games. Bloodstained is expected to be released on Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 and Xbox One in the Summer 2019.
As opposed to previous projects when Igarashi (Iga) worked with established studios, this time he chose to raise the funds for Bloodstained through the Kickstarter campaign as independent developer. In the interview with Paul Philleo, Iga talks about what inspired him to create Bloodstained and how the process of developing this game was different compared to his previous projects.
An essential necessity for people who spend hours sitting, few companies on the E3 show floor offer comfortable chairs designed specifically for gamers. More than just office chairs, these ergonomic and high-back racing styles offers strategic sitting positioning for gamers. Here are the links to the demos from DX Racer, AK Racing and Ewin Racing.
You can call them
“accessories”, but they really are “necessities” as they help enhance the
gaming experience, making gaming flow smoother and streamlining a competitive
edge for gamers. Some of these products include headphones,
keyboards, mice, speakers, cases and more from companies that were demonstrated
and showcased on the E3 show floor:
PDP gives an overview on the new gaming peripherals & headphones for gaming consoles and PCs. John Moore from PDP provides the details about their products.
1More shows the latest gaming headphones that are targeted towards both console and PC users. Alex Silverman from 1More goes into details about their products.
Cougar Gaming, new to American market from Germany, showcases their gaming PCs, cases, keyboards, mice and speakers. Their products feature active LED lighting.
Display Link shows their
wireless VR system and peripheral interface for gaming. The system
supports high frame rate, high resolution graphics with a peripheral lag that
is on a par with wired interfaces. The video demos the interface
being used as a first-person shooter game.
If you are looking for an outdoor game that doesn’t required much space but is a lot of fun when friends get together, Table Tiles makes a great choice. It is light probability and wagering, resource collection game. “You can learn Table Tiles in 2 minutes and play in 10” – says Alex Gonzalez, who describes the details of the game here: