The Rose Experience: Top game franchises we want remade/rebooted

Reboots, re-imaginings and remakes are all the rage right now in video games. In the latest Rose Experience, I want to take you through a few of the series that are near and dear to my heart and some I would love to see get another kick at the can. Don’t worry if I left out your faves; chances are I want them too and thought of them as well. Just remember, I only have so much time and can’t cover everything.

Also, I was a little off when I recorded this and it shows I think, got the full fledged flu later that day. I’m a trooper though!

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The Rose Experience: E3 Predictions & Thoughts 2014

Better late than never and slipping in just before E3 goes live are the first annual Rose Experience E3 predictions from yours truly! Covered in how the conferences will appear, I do my best to entertain, predict and give some insight to what we will, might and won’t see at E3 2014.

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Take a look at over 20 new screenshots of Hyrule Warriors

Hyrule Warriors is an upcoming hack and slash game that will combine the Zelda franchise with the well known Dynasty Warriors games. Hyrule Warriors is being co-developed by Zelda’s developer, Nintendo and the Dynasty Warriors developer, Tecmo Koei. The game will star Link as a soldier in training as he must fight in huge battles that will be familiar to fans of the Dynasty Warriors series. Today over 20 new screenshots were released for the game and you can check them out below.

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Nintendo denies requests for same sex marriage in Tomodachi Life

Nintendo has recently patched a “bug” in the game Tomodachi Life that allows players to enter their characters into same sex marriages. This alteration has led to some criticism from fans to which Nintendo responded:

“Nintendo never intended to make any form of social commentary with the launch of Tomodachi Life, the relationship options in the game represent a playful alternate world rather than a real-life simulation. We hope that all of our fans will see that Tomodachi Life was intended to be a whimsical and quirky game, and that we were absolutely not trying to provide social commentary.”

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