A Modern Fairy Tale – Child Of Light Video

Watch how Aurora has been imagined and designed. Discover in this making of what the story of Child of Light has been inspired from.
Dive into the Ubisoft Montreal Studio and discover development team and artists who brought this playable poem to life. Child of Light is the transformation journey of Aurora, a young princess who woke up in the world of Lemuria. She has to face with her destiny in an epic quest to find the Sun, the Moon and the Stars stolen by the Dark Queen.

My Nintendo News

PlayStation Home update: Chest bump bro!

Hello everybody and welcome to another PlayStation Home update. This week, we have some more two-player interactions coming your way using motion-capture technology thanks to nDreams, some neo-victorian style clothing from Kovok and new hairstyles from VEEMEE’s new Split Ends range. So here is what you can expect this week:


2-Player interactions are finally here! Time to get closer than ever to people in PlayStation Home with a bunch of interactive 2-player gestures. With these new motion-captured 2-player poses and gestures you can choose to receive a friendly hug, lovers hug, high five, fist bump, chest bump, massage, kiss on the cheek, romantic kiss, handshake, or even hold hands!

Still want more? Coming up there’s also the all-new nDreams Sound Packs – grab other avatars attention like never before with this brand new functionality! With these 2 sound packs, other avatars will be able to hear you wolf whistle, clap and cheer!


The Dream Yacht’s Artic Voyage just got cooler with the addition of a clubhouse version and the opportunity to obtain more Lockwood Life XP.

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Bad Gamers: Ep 67 – We Talk Games, Lots of Games

Bad Gamers 67 Bad Gamers: Ep 67 – We Talk Games, Lots of Games

This week on Bad Gamers, Dan’s embargo ends and he is finally free to talk about the dozen or so games he saw on his secret trip. Chandler and Captain Morgan share their opinions and we all discuss the problems that surround embargoes and what to do when they are broken.



Are you excited about any of the upcoming games discussed on this week’s episode? Have you ever been under embargo? Let us know in the comments below, join @stolenxnametag on our message boards or just ignore him and message us on Twitter @Foolsjoker and @FinchStrife

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The Catch-Up: April 23rd, 2014 – PS4 & Xbox One Versions of Watch Dogs Are “Identical”

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If you saw that SoulCalibur: Unbreakable Soul trailer and were confused why it exists, I’ve got good news: It’s a fake.

General News

  • According to Animation Director Colin Graham, the Xbox One version of Watch Dogs is “absolutely identical” to the PS4 version animation-wise, adding, “I can’t tell the difference when I go on the floor.” After saying that “the TVs make a bigger difference in terms of what you see on somebody’s machine,” Graham explained, “On the assets side where we work, they’re absolutely identical. It’s completely transparent to us. The only difference is the icon on the screen.” [Source]
  • From Friday, April 25th at 10AM PT until Monday, April 28th at 10AM PT, PS3 and PS4 owners of Call of Duty: Ghosts will be able to play through the Onslaught DLC for free. The next Ghosts DLC pack, Devastation, is out in May. [Source]
  • According to Qwilt, a company that measures broadband traffic, Twitch is #1 on the internet when it comes to live streaming, taking up43.6% of all live streaming traffic. In 2nd place is WWE, which accounts for 17.7%, with MLB.com and ESPN #4 and #5, respectively. [Source]
  • If you were worried that Child of Light might see a last minute delay before it releases next week, don’t worry, because it “is ‘Gold’ on all platforms!” [Twitter]
  • The Destiny Twitter account teased: “Next Monday, see what awaits you on your Destiny journey…” [Twitter]
  • A new Trials Fusion update has been released on PS4 to help fix SHARE issues. [Twitter]
  • Dell.ca has Killzone: Shadow Fall for $ 31.99. [Via, Buy It]
  • If you’re having trouble with Cross Buy on Ethan: Meteor Hunter, things should be fixed now. [Twitter]
  • Bandai Namco is “aware that some players are having issues connecting to SoulCalibur Lost Swords – We’re working on a solution & will keep you updated!” [Twitter]
  • A rating by the German USK board has revealed that Another World may be getting a re-release on PS4, PS3, PS Vita, Xbox One, and Wii U. We’ll just have to wait and see if this turns into anything. [Via, Source]
  • Some new domain registrations suggest that Just Dance Now will be a thing. [Source]
  • Just like with Bruce Lee, Royce Gracie will be unlockable in EA Sports UFC by beating the game on Pro difficulty or higher. Otherwise, select retailers will be offering him as a pre-order bonus. [Press Release]
  • If you were curious, The Walking Dead Season 2 on PS Vita does allow you to play with the analog controls and face buttons, or you can switch to touchscreen controls. [Source]
  • Want to learn more about PlayStation Adam Boyes? [Read This Interview]
  • Following the recent rumor that a new 2D Prince of Persia is in development, a new tweet Drew James teased something new for the prince, but then the tweet, and the Twitter account, were deleted. Here’s the tweet [Source]:

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Skylanders Trap Team Announced Coming To Nintendo Platforms

Skylanders is redefining the toys-to-life phenomenon with yet another ground-breaking innovation, Skylanders Trap TeamTM. On October 5 in North America, Activision Publishing, Inc, will introduce the newest installment to the Skylanders franchise, which will reverse the magic of bringing toys to life – incredibly letting kids pull characters out of the digital world into the physical world. The

With Skylanders Trap Team, Portal Masters seek out and defeat the most wanted villains in all of Skylands, pulling them out of the game and into living rooms by capturing them in magical Traps. Players can then send villains back into the game where they play as them to fight for good. The game will include the Traptanium PortalTM, a new ring of magical energy that enables kids to not only bring their Skylanders to life, but also magically capture villains using the new Traps. Once they’ve defeated the villains, kids will be able to place a Trap into the new portal to capture them. They will also be able to hear the villains inside the Traps, an innovation that truly brings life to toys.

This exciting new play pattern also gives players the option to switch between playing as a Skylander hero or a villain at any time, creating fun and unique “tag team” gameplay. In addition, fans can even take their Traps and their Skylanders characters to their friends’ houses for fun, co-operative adventures across all console game systems.

“When we created Skylanders, we invented a new category of play and, in the process, disrupted two industries – videogames and toys. With each new Skylanders game, our commitment to continuous, disruptive innovation has led to surprising and delightful new ways for kids to play with toys and games,” said Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision Publishing, Inc. “With Skylanders Trap Team, we’re no longer just letting kids bring their toys to life inside the game anymore. This time, we’re letting them pull their toys out of the game as well. We are confident this installment of Skylanders will once again redefine what’s possible at the intersection of the physical and virtual worlds.”

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Club Nintendo US Isn’t Taking Orders For Physical Rewards Until May 13th

Nintendo has confirmed via the Club Nintendo website that they won’t be taking anymore orders for physical rewards until May 13th.  The company says that while physical rewards won’t be available, there’s still a collection of great digital games that you can download instantly.

“Orders for physical rewards are currently closed while we update our systems. But there’s good news: We’ll be accepting orders again starting May 13. We’ve also got great digital games that you can download instantly, so check ‘em out.”

Thanks, Sib

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Rise makes her idol comeback in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

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Following up on our previous coverage of Persona 4 Arena support character Rise Kujikawa joining the fray as a proper fighter in the upcoming sequel Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, the latest issue of Famitsu provides a handful of new details on what to expect in terms of story beats and overall fighting style.

Rise’s story begins with her getting to work on making her comeback as an idol by attending lessons. When the red fog shows up Inaba one night, though, people start disappearing and Rise finds herself separated from her friends. Faced with recent danger, Rise awakens to a newfound resolve, and with her Persona Himiko in turn gaining a battle-ready form in the process. Her unique cheeky fighter title is written to literally be “Kanzen Hentai Super Idol.” Although it’s difficult to translate well because of its multifaceted nature that plays upon both her Shadow’s tendencies as well as her general growth as a character, it can humorously be translated literally to mean both “The Completely Metamorphosed Idol” and “The Completely Perverted Idol.”

In terms of combat, Rise utilizes a microphone as her weapon of choice, with her battle style described as “restrictive musical notes.” As such, her special attacks include things such as explosive musical notes, as well as an array of projectiles. In line with her previous support role, she can still analyze her opponents, which changes up her attacks in some manner and enables players to craft their own unique fighting styles when playing as her. Additionally, like every other character in the game, Rise also has her own one-hit KO move called “True Story,” in reference to the song she sings in Persona 4 The Animation and Persona 4 Golden, in which she alluringly sings to her opponent to take them out once and for all.

As with most of the cast, Rise also has a Shadow form that players can choose to play. It once again takes shape as her idol self, Risette, although the reasoning behind its reappearance has yet to be illuminated. Shadow Rise has unique lines and actions that she can perform during the game, such as bringing up the title card used to herald Rise’s dungeon in the original Persona 4 as a fighter introduction before combat commences.

The Famitsu article also shares brief details on how story mode will work this time around. Rather than have paths dedicated to every character that appears in the game, the storyline will be split into two branches, “Episode P3″ and “Episode P4,” depicting plot developments from the perspectives of each game’s respective cast members.

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