In non-PAX news, Square Enix is re-releasing some games, Capcom is still re-releasing some games, and EA is moving around it’s top management.
Electronic Arts’ John Riccitiello, the CEO of the mega game publishing company, stepped down this week.
Capcom hinted at a couple of announcements at this weekend’s PAX East held in Boston. One of these surprises ended up being Ducktales: Remastered, an HD update of the company’s classic NES platformer!
After six years of providing gamers with downloadable music tracks, Harmonix is ending Rock Band’s incredible run of DLC with one final release: Don McLean’s “American Pie”
HD updates of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 are heading to North American shores later this year! Coupled with Square Enix’s re-release of Kingdom Hearts, this is shaping up to be a year of remakes!
At PAX East, Blizzard announced a new online collectible card game based around their World of WarCraft franchise entitled HearthStone. No, it isn’t an electronic version of the actual WoW card game, it’s something totally different.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution: Director’s Cut is headed to the Wii U, complete with newly implemented touch screen controls, gameplay mechanics, and some added content as well on the disc.
The Behemoth’s follow-up to mega Xbox Live Arcade hit Castle Crashers, Battle Block Theater, received a very near release date this week: April 3rd! Considering I first saw the game exactly two years ago at PAX East 2011, I think it’s about time for this one.