Today in Gaming 10.03.2015 – Cliffy B’s Next Project and Hyrule Warrior Lessons

Today’s been quiet. Like real quiet. We saw a reveal for Cliffy B’s latest game. and we learnt what Dynasty Warriors developer learrny from Hyrule Warriors. Besides that we saw a new Total War tease and learnt Remember Me 2 is ready to be made.

The First Look at Cliffy B’s Newest Game ‘Project BlueStreak’

Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski has released the first footage his latest game, the arena shooter ‘Project Bluestreak’.

Developed by Cliffy B’s new studio Boss Key Productions Bluestreak will be a free to play arena shooter by the publisher Nexon. See the newly released pre-alpha footage for yourself below:

Bluestreak will run on Unreal Engine 4, as you may have worked out by the logo at the end of the trailer. Discussing the engine choise Bleszinski said ““We considered several options regarding what technology we’d use to build ‘Project BlueStreak’. Ultimately, we found ourselves coming full circle to my friends at Epic Games and the elegant solution for rapid and quality game development that is Unreal Engine 4.”

There’s currently no word on when we can expect Bluestreak to launch

 

Dynasty Warrior Developer Learnt Lessons Making Hyrule Warriors

Koei Tecmo producer Akihiro Suzuki has went on record discussion how developing the Wii U exclusive Hyrule Warriors will benefit the development of future Dynasty Warriors instalments.

Speaking to MCV Suzuki revealed the studio has seen Dynasty Warriros steadily declining “over the years”. He stated his belief that recent collaborations “have given the franchise a second wind because they’ve brought in new fans that hadn’t given Dynasty Warriors a chance”. One of those collaborations of of course Hyrule Warriors.

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Suzuki also said ” Hyrule Warriors gave the series some freshness. Now our task is to keep the new players happy now that they’ve had a chance to play. But overall with the franchise, we need to keep it fresh, both the Dynasty Warriors and the Samurai Warriors brands’.

Hyrule Warriors was a collaboration between Nintendo and Tecmo-Koei, allowing the latter to make a Legend of Zelda themed Dynasty Warriros styled game.

Remember Me Sequel is ‘Ready to be Made’

In an interview with Siliconera Remember Me Creative Director Jean-Maxime Moris revealed that a sequel is ‘ready to be made’.

“We know what we would do for Remember Me 2. The main story has been written we know what we would add to the recipe. We know what we would fix. It’s a game that’s ready to be made, but that decision is Capcom’s to make.” Moris said.

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Remember Me launched in 2013 on PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 to a rather lukewarm reception

Total War Developer Teases Warhammer Game

A new video released by SEGA to celebrate 15 years of the Total War series seems to hint at a previously leaked Warhammer instalment of the series.

Total War: Warhammer was outed by eagle eyed fans who spotted references to the game in The Art of Total War book. Now in this new trailer SEGA pays homage to every series instalment, before a final eerie purple screen flashes on briefly accompanied by an unsettling roar.

Eurogamer presents the best evidence for the games existence. read it on the link here, or the gist below:

Back in 2012 Creative Assembly signed a deal to make multiple games in the Warhammer universe. At the time Sega said Creative Assembly’s focus would be on the “Warhammer universe of fantasy battles”, as opposed to the science fiction version Warhammer 40K,

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