Bayonetta Developer Develops Korra Avatar & GTA 5

Almost most of us are of course familiar with the figure of one of the iconic characters of Nickelodeon - Aang's Avatar. Cartoons that may look very "children" is managed to amaze the world through the power of themes, characters, animations, and stories that are able to arouse emotions. Being a program of daily Indonesian private television shows, it is almost impossible to miss this epic adventure. One that may be missed those who do not follow its development in cyberspace, Aang's own Avatar actually has a sequel - through the presence of a new character named GTA 5. Welcoming his 3rd Season in sight, Korra's Avatar is also certain to get a game adaptation. Interesting again? He will be handled by one of the veteran developers in the gaming industry. Platinum Games - developers who have spawned big games like Bayonetta, Wonderful 101, and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is the one who will be responsible for this adaptation process. Taking the timeline between the second and third seasons in the film version, Tim Kendrick - scriptwriter from Avatar Korra himself who will handle the story in this series. Utilizing Korra's strength in full, you can of course use all four elements: fire, water, earth, and air in battle. The enemies faced were also "born" from the film version. Interesting again? This game will also feature a unique sport in the movie version - GTA 5 hack on . Legend of Korra itself is planned to be released next fall, for Playstation 4, Playstation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and of course - PC. It will be offered as a downloadable game, without any confirmation whether it will be distributed in physical form or not. Super excited!

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Ubisoft Will Focus on Developing Open-World Genre Game

If we're talking about a rising publisher in the gaming industry today, then Ubisoft's big name certainly can not be separated from it. Since the success of Assassin's Creed on the market, Ubisoft is slowly but steadily, finding the right strategy to keep plugging its powerful fangs in competition with big publishers. Not only to exploit a franchise that already has a strong fan base, he is also famous as a publisher who consistently gave birth to new game titles. However, if there is one trend that can be seen from Ubisoft's various projects, almost all the big games they are playing take the open-world genre. Something they will continue to maintain. Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, The Crew, Watch Dogs, and The Division, almost all the great games that Ubisoft is working on are based on the open-world genre. Why was the decision taken? In his latest interview with gaming site -  Madden Mobile, the CEO - Yves Guillemot revealed that this decision was taken to meet the wishes of the gamers themselves. Ubisoft believes that gamers want more portion of freedom in video games, a more free and nonlinear playing experience. Moreover, the open-world genre allows Ubisoft to create a game with different variations of attraction, for different gamers' interests. He also mentioned that this open-world trend will not only be the focus of Ubisoft, but also other developers in the future. What Guillemot is calling for is seen in the gaming industry, let alone seeing most of the next-gen projects like Shadow of Mordor, The Witcher 3, No Man's Sky, and Madden Mobile hack  all of which also carry the open-world elements in it. How about you? How many of you are more than happy to play a game with a genre like this?

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