I don’t have the time to keep up with all the news throughout the day while writing stuff constantly and living my best life, so let’s try something a little different in a nightly Before Bed Bulletin! In which we give you a quick rundown on all the things we have caught in our news spider web, sticking to things that interests us and hopefully ya’ll! Not much happening on a Tuesday, but a few things are better than nothing!
Turn on some ambient music, pull up your pillow, lay down your head and relax while I give you the Before Bed Bulletin…..
- Only one thing notable for film today, a first look at Chucky via Mark Hammil’s Twitter! Now I have never seen any Chucky (I know, bad Jason) but I plan on watching them all soon and then seeing this!
Making up the lack in other news today was a fair about in the gaming world!
- In a recent sit down with Wired, Mark Cerny – architect behind PS4 – went into detail over the inner workings of the PS4 successor. A lot of info was given in the article so head over there to read a complete list of everything talked about. (Check It)
Or check a quick highlight list under this line:
- Not releasing in 2019
- Ray-Tracing Support
- 3D Audio
- Current PSVR Will work
- 8K Support
- Digital/Physical Games
- Backward Compatible
- In other news via Twitter (seems a lot gets announced there) Nintendo Of America announced the release date and cover for the anticipated Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3. Dropping July 19th for $59.99. For a few more details check out my write up here.
- Ya’ll remember SNK right? Well they had a few things to say on their IPs and NeoGeo 2, while expanding on their global market at a investor relations meeting in South Korea. Read more on this from Chris M. on our website.
- Yesterday Capcom UK twitted a video teasing an announcement for the following day. That day has come and so has the news of the Capcom Home Console! Showcasing 16 arcade games built in, the Home Console is a huge two-player arcade style controller. Here is their provided Synopses: “Featuring 16 of the best Capcom titles from the golden-age of arcade gaming, the two full-size premium stick and button configurations allow these games to be played the way they were meant to be played.”, “Simply Plug & Play! Connect the supplied HDMI cable from your Capcom Home Arcade to your TV, and the supplied USB cable to a USB power supply and turn on.” All of this sounds cool if you are into the older arcade games, but as of posting this there has only been a posting for the UK. I would be highly surprised if they didn’t release it everywhere. More info, list of games, and pictures here.
That’s all for today folks! Now slumber away to dreamland! Make sure you say hi to Kirby there!