This will likely be a short list of updates, so please bear in mind!
-More sketches, including concept sketches for GSR, will be rolling out in the next few weeks or so.
-The new version of my deviantID will be up soon.
-The third chapter of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Reflex is currently being written, and will be out within the next week or so.
-Well, it looks like that rumored expansion pack for BF4 has been officially announced. According to DICE, those who pre-order Battlefield 4 will get the "China Rising" DLC. While it isn't the "Drone Strike" expansion that was previously rumored, it will still be available for those who are pre-ordering the physical or digital copies of the game that will come out this October. Furthermore, there will be a Battlefield 4 beta available for those who have pre-ordered Medal of Honor: Warfighter, those with Battlefield 3 Premium subscriptions, and those who have pre-ordered BF4.
-DICE will also be at E3 next month, revealing the multiplayer component of the new game for the first time, along with which game modes will be available on Battlefield 4's online multiplayer. DICE has already confirmed that Battlefield 4 will not include a co-op mode. Battlefield 4 will also be out on the next-gen consoles, the PS4 and Xbox One in particular.
-So, Daft Punk's newest album is already out. "Random Access Memories" came out on the 21st, which was last Tuesday I believe. I'm listening to one of the new songs on the album right now, and it can be found underneath the journal entry of what I'm listening to. So far, this album is shaping up to be one of the greatest in Daft Punk's history since their origins, 20 years back. I might even go get a CD copy of the album just to listen to all the tracks from there.
-With the Xbox One already announced, I can't help but think that Microsoft's third new system in the lineup will not go so well. I mean, sure, they will announce more details in the upcoming E3, but the reaction's already quite negative from the gaming crowd following the announcement. Having to pay a fee to play used games not tied to your account, having to connect to the internet once every 24 hours (even for a single-player game), and even not being able to play games from your 360 or your first Xbox, it really makes me consider about looking towards the PlayStation 4 instead. I don't know about you guys, but Microsoft pretty much took too much focus on the entertainment value outside gaming, and not focusing enough on the games themselves.
And that's all it for the list of latest updates and developments. Stay tuned for more!
Mood: Daily Needs
Listening to: Daft Punk- "Get Lucky"
Playing: MLB 13: The Show