Today’s Daily Briefs: Europe to get the Limited Edition for Culdcept Revolt, but also…
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
- Game Zero
- Mega Man (anime series)
- Monster Hunter XX
Today, NIS America announced that the Limited Edition for Culdcept Revolt would be available for pre-order on the NISA Europe online store on Thursday (12PM GMT / 1PM CET). The LE includes the following:
- the game itself
- official soundtrack
- hardcover artbook
- set of 7 oversized foil cards
- 2 metal Culdcept Revolt dice
- collector’s box
— NISAinEurope (@NISAinEurope) March 20, 2017
Culdcept Revolt (3DS) comes out this Summer in Europe and North America.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
In the latest episode of the Game Maker’s Toolkit, Mark Brown takes a look at the open world design of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild:
So, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an open world game. In this video, I look at how Nintendo used and ignored different bits of open world design to make a game that’s all about exploration and adventure.
NB: the video is spoiler-free, so you can watch it without fear of spoilers!
In their latest video, Unseen64 take a look at Game Zero: a rather intriguing sandbox action/platformer game from the Director of GoldenEye 007, with gameplay mechanics pretty close to what ended up in Minecraft.
Game Zero is a cancelled sandbox action platformer with gameplay mechanics similar to Minecraft, that Zoonami has been developing from 2000 to 2002 as an exclusive game for Nintendo’s Gamecube. The project became popular in 2000 as one of the early games announced for the GameCube, when former Rare employee Martin Hollis (director of GoldenEye 007 for Nintendo 64) opened his own software house.
Mega Man (anime series)
Today, a new visual for the Mega Man anime series (debuting later this year) was revealed, and it shows that Mega Man’s design was changed. The visual below also reveals that the series is getting 52 episodes of 11 minutes.
Via: rockman zx (NeoGAF)
Monster Hunter XX
Here’s the recording of the segment dedicated to Monster Hunter XX from the latest episode of Denjin Getcha:
Today, Natsume announced they were having their 7th Annual Q&A: this is the opportunity for you to ask them whatever you want. You can do so via Facebook, Tumblr, and of course Twitter. As usual, Natsume will share the answers to select questions at a later date, also via their social medial channel!