In gaming news:
Capcom has confirmed that the full retail version of Resident Evil® Revelations 2 is available in stores across North America beginning today and across Europe from March 20, for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft and PC.
The $39.99 MSRP retail version of Resident Evil Revelations 2 includes all four core episodes and Raid Mode content, in addition to two “spin-off” episodes, two extra Raid Mode characters, four alternate character costumes, and a bonus Raid Mode “Throwback Map Pack.” Also recently confirmed, online co-op for Raid Mode on all platforms is currently planned to be available on March 31 via a free software update.
SQUARE ENIX® announced that one of its most highly anticipated action role-playing games, FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0™ HD, is now available on disc and digitally for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft.
Set within the war-torn world of Orience, FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD features a fast-paced combat system and a mature storyline. Players step into the fray as Class Zero, a group of 14 cadets from an elite military academy in the Dominion of Rubrum. The country is being overrun by the aggressive Militesi Empire, and players must strategically utilize the full range of characters’ powerful abilities to combat invading forces.
Brave explorers of the Fossil Fighters: Frontiergame will discover a huge 3D world filled with fossils to excavate, prehistoric creatures to revive and primeval battles to conquer. The new portable game, launching for the Nintendo 3DSfamily of systems on March 20, has players grabbing their excavation tools, hopping in fully customizable vehicles and heading out into the wild world to dig up fossils and revive them into vivosaurs (think of them as extra powerful, extra colorful and extra awesome dinosaurs). These collectible vivosaurs can then be trained and sent into turn-based battles with other mighty beasts. Fossil Fighters: Frontier also lets friends explore and excavate together, fight as a team against rogue vivosaurs and battle in six-player multiplayer reptilian rumbles.