Ubisoft Is Apparently Developing A Racing Game To Rival Forza And Gran Turismo

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Various French websites are reporting that Ubisoft is busy developing a new racer called The Crew. The game is thought to be a driving simulator being developed by Ubisoft’s Reflection’s Studio and is said to rival both Forza and Gran Turismo. The game is apparently in development for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and will also come to current generation consoles. Ubisoft is expected to show off The Crew at E3 next month.

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HOODED FANG: GRAVEZ: MAY 28

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In anticipation of their upcoming record, Hooded Fang dropped GRAVES today. You can check out its premier on Pitchfork. Hooded Fang’s 3rd full-length comes out on MAY 27/28 through DAPS in Canada and through Fulltime Hobby in the UK and US.

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Mario Kart, Super Mario Bros., The Legend Of Zelda And Super Smash Bros. For Wii U Will Be At E3

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Nintendo today re-confirmed that it plans to show attendees of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) upcoming Wii U games from the Mario Kart, Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda and Super Smash Bros. franchises. This year’s E3 show floor opens on June 11th and ends on the 13th. Nintendo previously announced that it will not be hosting a major press conference at the expo, but the publisher will definitely be in attendance.

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Datel Japan To Release Slick Famicom Faceplate For Wii U GamePad

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Datel Japan have released pictures of a sleek aluminium Famicom-style faceplate for the Wii U GamePad. This design is intended for use with a Deluxe Wii U set, as the buttons on a Famicom controller are black. With the faceplate on, the GamePad will not work in the standard Wii U charger cradle. Luckily, Datel Japan offers an alternate cradle that allows the GamePad with faceplate to fit. It is not clarified whether or not the faceplate will interfere with NFC-based activities. The faceplate will be launching July 31st, at ¥1,980 (about $20).

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