In one of the more unexpected Xbox 360 announcements out of Japan, the latest issue of Famitsu is home to first details on The Idol Master, an Xbox 360 adaptation of the 2005 arcade game of the same name. The game will be published in Japan through Bandai Namco Games.
The arcade title off which the 360 version is based places you in the role of a new music producer at 765 Productions. You select a girl from a set of candidates, and attempt to make her into an idol over a period of a few weeks, working, via mini games, on such areas as vocals and dancing. Fail to reach your intended audience numbers, and you're stripped of your producer role.
Dragon Age: Inquisition, developed by BioWare, is the third installment in the cherished Dragon Age series. It represents a major evolution from its predecessor, Dragon Age II, incorporating elements that were well-loved in the original Dragon Age: Origins but also introducing new features that stand on their own. While Inquisition improves upon Dragon Age II in many respects, it falls short of the exceptional standards set by Origins.
As Arrowhead Game Studios turns 15, join us in celebrating its past and learn how its first game Magicka influenced Helldivers 2.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons launched back in 2013, and a remake of the game is set to launch next week. Today, we look back at the original.