DualShockers Weekly: Check Out The Most Popular News Stories Between January 3rd and January 9th
A new week has passed, which means a new DualShockers Weekly! With CES 2016 in Las Vegasm and the start of preorders for Oculus Rift, this week sure was eventful and full of announcements in the gaming industry.
In case you missed what happened from January 3rd to January 9th, you can check out the hottest news with our five most popular stories this week.
Sony Computer Entertainment held a conference this week during CES 2016 in Las Vegas. A new trailer was aired, showcasing the console, a few games and of course PlayStation VR. But the number one thing everyone was expecting was missing: a price and release date for PlayStation VR. While it sure is a shame, you can still check out the trailer in our article.
While very little is really known about Nintendo’s upcoming console NX, many rumors are being spread for sure here and there. In an interview, President Tatsumi Kimishima briefly mentioned that NX will offer an experience different from Wii U and 3DS, without giving any further details. It sure looks like Nintendo aficionados will have to keep being patient for a while.
Dead or Alive Xtreme 3‘s lovely heroines sure are popular. Looks like Marie Rose and Honoka stole Zelda’s place in the spotlight. The game’s second teaser trailer has gone past a million views and now stands as the most watched video on Koei Tecmo’s Youtube Channel. You can (re)watch the very summerish (and sexy) trailer here.
Many of you must be expecting Mass Effect: Andromeda and eagerly waiting to hear more information about it. What is for sure is that the game is still pretty mysterious as of now. Luckily, BioWare Lead Producer Cameron Lee was a bit talkative about it on Twitter and from what he has to say, the game looks well on its way.
In case you missed it, the price for Oculus Rift was revealed this week and preorders have already started. As surprising as it may seem, nothing was announced regarding PlayStation VR during Sony’s press conference held at CES 2016. In case you were wondering why, Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai explained the reason for such a choice in an interview. You can check out his answer in this article.