The new LEGO City Undercover will be available for the XBOX One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and on PC this spring.
Warner Bros. Interactive dropped a trailer Thursday for its brand new version of LEGO City Undercover, which will be available this spring for the XBOX One, PS4 and the new Nintendo Switch.
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The original LEGO City Undercover was an exclusive on the Nintendo Wii U when it came out in 2013 and is still one of the best games on the system today. The vast open-world gameplay is equally fun for kids and adults, with loads of humour and exciting missions. The 2017 version appears to be very similar and should port over well to these next-gen gaming systems.
Check out the trailer below and share your thoughts in the comments or on Facebook at facebook.com/bamcatBuzz.
This could be the coolest book ever!
Did you grow up in the ‘80s playing Nintendo games? If so, you’re going to be excited for Garitt Rocha’s retrospective Playing with Power: Nintendo NES Classics.
The hardcover book, which has a slipcase that makes it look like an NES cartridge, takes an in-depth look at 17 NES games, including Super Mario Bros. 3 and The Legend of Zelda.
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Hitting shelves on November 18, Playing with Power also features interviews, vintage ads, Nintendo Power excerpts, character art and hand-drawn maps.
Earlier this month Nintendo announced it was releasing a retro NES system loaded with 30 games. It comes out a week before the book, making the pair the hot gift this holiday season.
Playing with Power: Nintendo NES Classics is currently available for pre-order on Amazon.ca for $33.25.
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The Sony PlayStation VR will cost you $549.99CDN. Photo courtesy Sony.
Sony announced Tuesday that the PlayStation VR is launching in Canada in October 2016 with a suggested retail price of $549.99.
The PlayStation VR (or PS VR) is a virtual reality headset that connects to the PS4 to open up a whole new world of gaming. Think of it this way – if the PS4 was next-gen gaming, this is going to be next-next gen gaming (and could make me finally upgrade from my PS3).
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With more than 230 developers working on games for the PS VR, including 2K Games and Ubisoft, Sony expects a total of 50 games to be available for the system by the end of 2016.
Some of the titles expected this year include RIGS: Mechanized Combat League, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, Wayward Sky and PlayStation VR Worlds. There’s also an all-new version of Star Wars Battlefront coming to the device, which should be an amazing experience.
WATCH: Trailer for PlayStation VR Worlds
Additional features like Cinematic mode will allow PS VR users to enjoy 360 degree videos, photos and apps on the device. You’ll also be able to use the PS VR as a large-format screen for regular PS4 games.
Now if Sony can convince Microsoft to port Minecraft over to the PS VR, it could be the hottest item for Christmas this year!
The Sony PlayStation VR. Photo courtesy Sony.
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