Sunday, 16 March 2014

End Of The Week Extravaganza: March 16th!


THE GOOD!
Good news for Fine Fans and Schafer Stalkers alike, as Double Fine have revealed that the sequel to their damn funny trick-or-treat-em-up is coming this Halloween, so instead of going round drug dealer's houses and begging them for your teeth-rotting treats, you can just kill them and get your candy instead! On the game, that is. Also, Dooble Nice have announced that Gone Home, the not quite a horror but still trouser browningly scary adventure game, is coming to consoles as well, so if you'd prefer to pay high prices on a network full of weirdos than buying it for 70p in a Steam Sale, then A) you need help and B) good news for you!

THE BAD!
Sure, Team Ico announcing that their long awaited spiritual sequel to Shadow Of The Colossus, The Last Guardian, is still very much a project and still in development may sound like good news, but to be honest, it's just giving us false hope. It's no lie that developers say these things a lot and end up delaying or cancelling their games (A la Duke Nukem Forever and Aliens: Colonial Marines), but the thing that worries me is that games that are delayed a lot seem to be kinda bad. Sure, this could very much be not the case since Team Ico are developing it, but when you hear about the endless delays of games that turned out bad (A la Duke Nukem Forever and Aliens: Colonial Marines, again.) then you start to get a bit doubtful about it. Fingers crossed, though!

THE PUGLY!
Never has a game with swords, serpents and (As Will Wright calls it) "WooHoo" been so anticipated. I'm pretty sure that the last word told you that that game is The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Sadly, it's been delayed until 2015, but you want a new taste of WRPG (The W is WooHoo, not Western) than Dragon Age: Inquisition is coming out by the end of this year, so look out for that, weirdos!

What do you guys think about these slithers of news? Will Costume Quest 2 be as fun and entertaining as the original? Will The Last Guardian ever come out? And will The Witcher 3 be worth the wait? Tell us in the comments below!

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