DualShockers Weekly: Check Out The Most Popular News Stories Between May 22nd and May 28th
Happy Sunday everybody! We hope you are enjoying your Memorial Day Weekend and taking some nice time to play your favorite games!
Here are our five stories that were the most popular between May 22nd and May 28th:
Final Fantasy XV is getting its very own CGI movie Kingsglaive and an anime series called Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV. The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu included several screenshots from the movie featuring the beautiful Lunafreya Nox Fleuret and several members from the Kingsglaive organization. Interesting detail: the goddess Etro from Final Fantasy XIII is making her big comeback. You can find more information about it in the article. Square Enix also released the direct feed screenshots, check them out in this article for better quality.
During Sony’s conference for Japanese investors and analysts, Chief Financial Officer Kenichiro Yoshida explained the company’s expectations for the PlayStation business over the next few months. According to Yoshida-san, the PlayStation 4 is gradually entering the period where it becomes more profitable. You can find any relevant detail in the article.
It has been quite common lately in the industry to cover up heroines with shorts, like Square Enix did with Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness or Nintendo with the western version of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. Well, it looks like the developers from Valkyria: Azure Revolution are going against theat trend. In the results of the survey published by Sega this week, they pledged to remove Ophelia’s leggings as they proved to be quite unpopular among the fans. You can read the whole story in the article.
Naughty Dog and Sony Interactive Entertainment released this week a new patch and live update for the multiplayer mode of their masterpiece Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. You can find all the information from the patch notes enclosed in the article.
GameStop held its quarterly financial conference call this week. Executive Vice President of Business Strategy Mike Hogan discussed about the potential sales Nintendo’s upcoming console NX could generate within the first two years, and compared it to the sales of Wii and Wii U. You can read the whole statement in the article.