And just like that March is already over and with some awesome games that came with. We were treated to Capcom's continued redemption with Devil May Cry 5, some good fighting with Dead or Alive 6 and a masterpiece in Sekiro Shadows Die Twice. So is there any hope April could possibly rival March's quality? Here are our recommendations for April 2019 games you should definitely keep an eye on:
Thanks to an exclusive scoop over at IGN, we now know of yet another Batman Animated movie that is in the works for release this year. Coming just a mere week after revealing thefirst trailer for Batman vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Warner Brothers Home Entertainment lifts the curtains off new movie Batman: Hush.
In our recent Top Games of March listing, Yoshi's Crafted World was the lone representative flying the flag high for team switch. The major Nintendo games well have truly dried up so far this year but, the big N is hoping this Yoshi title can jump start 2019. Question is, can it do it? Or rather, is it any good? Here is the review roundup:
Netflix made no secrets about their heavy push for anime content even going as far as producing live-action versions of much-loved anime series One Piece and Cow Boy Beebop. They earned even more street creds with their announcement that they will be added the cult classic Neon Genesis Evangelion to its repertoire. To tease us fans, even more, Netflix released a brand new trailer that gave us a premiere date so we can schedule our days off from now.
Sony and the PlayStation 4 currently finds themselves in an interesting position at the moment. With rumours abound that the PS4 is making its last hurrah this year despite continuing to sell like a nice cold bag juice on a hot Summers day, Sony came out and made some waves with its announcement that it would be skipping E3 for the first time ever this year. So how will PlayStation fans get news and updates on the latest exclusives? Why via a 'Nintendo like direct' of course! Sony will be revealing to us the rest of their 2019 plans for the PS4 via two live streams with the first arriving today.
No, the above picture is not the latest Hollywood movie starring a poor man's Vin Diesel. It is actually a rather mind-blowing short cinematic that ran in REAL TIME using Unity. Unity always had a noticeable presence at the Game Development Conference (GDC) each year and, despite the fact that Google's Stadia (More on this later) stole the show, Unity keynote also had our jaws dropping.
Hey I am Marlon Mcfarlane the writer here at Blue Crescent Studio & a longtime lover of all things Animation & Gaming.