Welcome to Friendly Fire Show 212!
We’re back for another week, and jam-packed with news from Nintendo, Sony and Ubisoft announcements. Welcome to Stevivor’s Friendly Fire Show 212!
Here’s what our show covered this week.
- (0:00) We’ve had to accept the Xbox Elite controller isn’t getting a share button – booooo
The BIG news: Goldeneye 64 is back
- (4:20) It’s finally happened!
- (15:00) BOTW 2 is now Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and coming 12 May 2023
- Pikmin 4 coming in 2023, after being announced in 2015
- Octopath Traveller 2 coming Feb 2023
- A few remasters: Kirby’s Return to Dreamland (Wii, Feb 2023), Tales of Symphonia (GameCube)
PlayStation State of Play
- (28:50) Less new game announcements than Nintendo, but they finished with an epic trailer for God of War Ragnarok
- Tekken 8 officially announced
- A few things for PSVR 2 – are we feeling it?
- PlayStation Stars Loyalty program starts this month
What’s the deal with Assassin’s Creed?
- (43:00) Assassin’s Creed Mirage announced – narrative-focused and a return to roots. Less of the Ubisoft bloat?
- The future of Assassin’s Creed:
- Codename Red: Set in Japan. Is the next mainline big RPG, so seems Mirage is a test for smaller scale
- Codename Hexe: More horror focused…maybe
- Codename Jade: Mobile AC
- Infinity: A hub for your million AC games
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