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‘Monster Tale Ultimate’ será la más reciente adición a la colección de juegos para el Nintendo 3DS

‘Monster Tale Ultimate’, un remake del juego que salió para el Nintendo DS para el año 2001, se anunció que esta en desarrollo para el Nintendo 3DS.



Monster Tale Ultimate

‘Monster Tale Ultimate’, un remake del juego que salió para el Nintedo 2DS para el año 2001, se anunció que esta en desarrollo y será exclusivo para el Nintendo 3DS.

El ‘remake’ fue revelado el ejemplar mas reciente de Nintendo Force y reportado por Nintendo Everything. De acuerdo a la revista el juego tendrá una serie de mejorías dentro de cada aspecto de la aventura.

‘Monster Tale Ultimate’ tendrá ahora visuales rediseñados que serán compatibles con el sistema 3D de la consola de mano de Nintendo. Adicional a los nuevos visuales también se podrá cambiar el audio y la música dentro del juego, esto debido a que mientras se esta jugando puede ponerse el ‘soundtrack’ original y se puede cambiar a una nueva música que se compuso para esta nueva adaptación.

El juego debe estar disponible en las próxima semanas a través del Nintendo eShop.

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ARK Park to receive FREE DLC “Pterosaur Hill” at end of June

Publisher and developer Snail Games is proud to announce that the first DLC for its multiplayer VR game ARK Park will be available by the end of June – and it’s free!




Available on all supported platforms, “Pterosaur Hill” will add tons of new content – starting with the introduction of air combat, new maps for exploration, prehistoric creatures, and more.

The “Pterosaur Hill” DLC is built around the concept of flight. Three new maps are included: Mountain Lake, Crystal Sky Lift, and Aviary.

In addition to using land-based vehicles, players will now get to: float in a hot air balloon overseeing Mountain Lake; ride the Crystal Sky lift, where they can soar through the clouds; and gaze upon the majestic nest of Quetzalcoatlus – the largest prehistoric flying creature – in the Aviary.

As players progress through the DLC, they’ll meet more than 10 different new species – including the hawk-like Meganeura and the several-meters-long Arthropleaura millipedes.

On the dinosaur front, “Pterosaur Hill” will feature the Diplodocus, Pachyrhinosaurus (a.k.a. “Pachy”), Compsognathus (a.k.a. “Compy”), Therizinosaurus, and Gallimimus. – among others.

Players interested in learning about ancient creatures can pick up their gene-scanning gun once again and add to their collection!

Air Superiority

Ark Park Air Superiority

Air battles are a key component of “Pterosaur Hill.”

Players will be able to hop on a Pterosaur to show off their excellent air combat skills – then traverse the treacherous Death Canyon to find the nest of a fire-breathing dragon.

“Pterosaur Hill” also features new weapons and items to spice up combat.

For instance, players will be able to equip a Tachi sword to slash away at overly aggressive dinos (the precursor to the katana) and a powerful shotgun perfect for dispatching large numbers of enemies.


Snail Games / ARK Park (Pterosaur Hill DLC)

Snail Games / ARK Park (Pterosaur Hill DLC)

  • Explore a variety of maps without a linear storyline.
  • Collect eggs and incubate them to raise your own little dinosaurs.
  • Find materials such as Dinosaur DNA and trade them to craft useful items and more powerful weapons.
  • Defend the park and its vital technology from rampaging dinosaurs across 6 gorgeous environments.
  • Revisit the dinosaurs from the popular title ARK: Survival Evolved.
  • Play with voiceovers and subtitles in English, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese (Traditional and Simplified).


“Pterosaur Hill” will be available for free to all current ARK Park users by the end of June (PSVR might take a couple extra weeks).

ARK Park is on the HTC Vive (SteamVR and Viveport), PSVR, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets. Detailed pricing info for each store – along with platform exclusives – can be found below:

Standard Edition: $39.99
Deluxe Edition (including Tek Package): $47.99
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Standard Edition: $39.99
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Standard Edition: $39.99
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Standard Edition: $49.99
Deluxe Edition (including Hunter Package): $57.99

PSVR PlayStation Plus members only: Desert Camouflage Outfit.

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ARK Park (Pterosaur Hill DLC)

Based on Studio Wildcard’s best-selling ARK: Survival Evolved, ARK Park allows VR users – and their friends – to interact with more than 100 dinosaurs rendered in stunning detail across 6 massive environments.

In ARK Park, your headset of choice allows you to experience a series of mind-blowing VR-driven theme-park attractions built on top of a variety of biomes – each with distinct weather patterns, vegetation, and terrain.

Designed from the ground up as a realistic dinosaur theme park simulation, the game allows you to freely traverse the grounds without any restrictions whatsoever.

There’s no set plot or schedule to follow: Choose how and where to go next at all times – surveying the prehistoric park at your own pace. You can even join your friends in multiplayer “park tours” to share the thrill of getting up close and personal with living, breathing dinosaurs!

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A “cloud version” of Resident Evil 7 is coming to the Nintendo Switch

Earlier today, Capcom announced Resident Evil 7 for Nintendo Switch, a special version of the game that runs in the cloud. This Cloud Version is only a 45MB download but requires a constant internet connection to play it.



Resident Evil VII Biohazard Cloud Version Announced For Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch owners and Resident Evil fans rejoice, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is coming to the hottest hybrid console in town. Japanese-town that is.

Yes, Capcom has annouced through a trailer, that a “cloud version” of Resident Evil 7, will hit stores in Japan later this week on 24th May.

Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version is only a 45MB download but requires a constant internet connection to play it.

The game will cost 2,000 yen ($18.02, but probably $19.99 in our territory), but that won’t get you the full game.

Instead, 2,000 yen gets you 180 days of playtime, and we assume you’ll have to buy another 180 days once that’s up.

There will be a demo that allow users to try Resident Evil 7 for 15 minutes.

Resident Evil 7 Cloud Version will arrive with the full suite of DLC, including “Banned Footage” Volumes 1 and 2, “End of Zoe,” and “Not a Hero,” all of which are former downloadable upgrades to the main game.

Essentially, gamers can purchase six months of access to the complete experience, with no need to download it in full, conserving the Switch’s limited storage space.

We don’t have any word of an English release yet, but we’ll keep you guys updated.

The Resident Evil VII Biohazard Cloud Version is definitely an interesting experiment that could pave the way for other games to become playable on Nintendo Switch through streaming.

And by the way guys, this isn’t a novel idea for the Japanese market.

Square Enix’s Dragon Quest X MMO has a cloud streaming version for 3DS and smartphones, and there are also cloud-powered mobile versions of games like Final Fantasy XIII.

Sega’s Phantasy Star Online 2 for Switch works the same way.

Now all we have to do, is wait and see how well it runs on the Switch.

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

Resident Evil 7 ha vendido más de 5 millones de copias y supera a Residen Evil 2

Capcom’s most recent main entry in its long-running survival horror zombie-slaying series was first released in January of 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

It returned to the series’ horror roots after a number of games in the action genre.

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard tells the story of Ethan Winters, a systems engineer whose wife has been missing for several years.

His search for her leads to a southern plantation home in Louisiana, where he eventually encounters a disturbed family of zombie-like psychopaths known as the Bakers, with even more disturbing horrors existing within the bowels of the house.

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Remake de Final Fantasy VII podría llegar antes del 2023

El que Square Enix quiera rehacer este clásico viene desde la presentación del E3 de PlayStation en 2015.



Final Fantasy VII

Uno de los juegos dentro del mundo contemporáneo de los juegos de video estará teniendo un remake, este es Final Fantasy VII (FF VII).

El productor Yoshinori Kitase, la líder del desarrollo Naomi Hamaguchi y Tetsuya Nomura de Square Enix confirmaron la noticia. Estos indicaron una ventana posible para el próximo remake de FF VII. El objetivo de Square Enix es lanzar el juego en o antes del 35 aniversario de la serie, que ocurriría en el año 2023.

El anuncio vino desde de la exposición del 30 aniversario de Final Fantasy. Este tuvo lugar recientemente en Japón. Un panel realizado entre las tres personas clave mencionadas anteriormente fue parte de la presentación.

Hamaguchi también le indicó a la audiencia que la ventana de lanzamiento de 2023 no es segura del todo. La misma se mencionó para que los fanáticos tengan una idea sobre cuándo pueden esperar la nueva versión del juego.

Las intenciones de Square Enix de rehacer el querido clásico se dieron a conocer inicialmente durante la presentación del E3 de PlayStation en 2015. Desde ese entonces los seguidores de Final Fantasy contaban los días en que se hiciera realidad este juego.

Final Fantasy VII se convirtió en un clásico icónico que vendió millones de copias en 1997 gracias a sus queridos personajes. Además, el juego también impuso límites tecnológicos que lo convirtieron en un juego innovador. FF VII fue el primero de la franquicia de Final Fantasy en usar polígonos de tres dimensiones en lugar de sprites bidimensionales.

Final Fantasy VII

El éxito generado por Final Fantasy VII logró que se realizara para diversas plataformas.

FF VII llegó para enero de 1997. Desde su lanzamiento el juego generó tanto éxito que se produjo para otras plataformas. Entre ellas figuran Microsoft Windows, iOS, PlayStation 4 y Android.


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