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Date: Tue, 21. January 2014 15:24:08
The Wii U is in trouble. Nintendo failed to come within striking distance of lofty marketing projections, third-party developers are few and far between, and even a well-reviewed Mario game failed to jump-start sales. It's bad news for the big N. Luckily, even if this console is a failure, Nintendo
Date: Sun, 22. September 2013 05:15:05
p If you've somehow never gotten around to playing the Bioshock series, Amazon's making it exceptionally cheap to jump into Rapture and Columbia. From now through September 25th, you can pick up Windows-compatible digital downloads of Bioshock, Bioshock 2, and Bioshock Infinite for only $19.99. Amazon is also selling the individual games for half-price ? but if your'e looking for the PC downloads, Bioshock Infinite is priced at $19.99 on its own, which means you can get the first two games for free. ...
Date: Sun, 29. December 2013 12:35:00
While the Wii U has its fair share of problems that have resulted in relatively sluggish sales, it's fairly easy to see it does deserve the "family friendly" crown of the trio of next generation consoles with great local multiplayer games for all ages. As such, it's a shame that Minecraft, a game beloved by all, but kids especially, hasn't made its way to the Wii U yet. According to its creator, it may not for some time, if ever.
Date: Fri, 14. June 2013 12:54:12
Date: Wed, 28. August 2013 12:25:35
WASHINGTON (AP) ? Nintendo Co. announced Wednesday that it is cutting the price of its Wii U video-game system as it braces for the fall release of competing consoles from Sony and Microsoft.
Date: Fri, 18. October 2013 09:01:00
Like a good episode of The Wonder Years, growing up gracefully was an overarching theme of the first annual Gaming Insiders Summit in San Francisco. While the Gaming Insiders organization has been hosting private dinners and other events for four years, this is the first time they?ve invited members (as well as media riffraff) to a day-long conference to discuss the future of the games industry.. The day was devoted to presentations from noteworthy members of the industry, including Ken Levine, John Riccietello and Jenova Chen. The lion?s share of the discussion was about metrics and marketing, but beneath the biz-speak there was a common theme running through the talks: games have to grow up if they hope to thrive. Is there any game that can touch our hearts like a Pixar movie can?? -- Jenova Chen From hardware to software, much of the games business is stagnant, and that?s inspiring some of the biggest names in the biz to talk a big game about giving the industry a much-needed kick in the pants. We need new ways to play Like most business conferences, the Summit was dominated by PowerPoint presentations. Brendan Iribe, CEO of Oculus VR, lingered on one particular slide during his 20-minute talk: a comparison shot of Quake, which came out in 1996, and a dark, post-apocalyptic first-person shooter that?s so generic as to be unrecognizable. It could be Modern Warfare 3; it could be Metro: Last Light. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Date: Mon, 10. June 2013 15:32:38
A new Halo game is coming to the Xbox One console in 2014, Microsoft said Monday at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles. The upcoming installment in Microsoft's acclaimed sci-fi shooter franchise will take "full advantage" of Microsoft's next-generation console, Bonnie Ross, general manager of 343 Industries, said.
Date: Sat, 25. May 2013 10:00:24
Something occurred to me as I reflected on this week's Xbox One announcement. The "best" part of the hour long presentation was near the beginning, when it was demonstrated that the Xbox could flip seamlessly between television and the console with a simple voice or gesture command. The audience cheered as the screen flipped forward between a game and TV, and it did feel vaguely futuristic.
Date: Thu, 22. August 2013 19:10:41
Gamers uninterested in Microsoft?s next-generation Kinect who were hoping to save some money by purchasing a stand-alone Xbox One are in for some bad news. According to Microsoft?s corporate vice president Phil Harrison, the company currently has no plans to sell the two devices separately. Speaking with CVG at the Gamescom 2013 conference, Harrison made it crystal clear that the Kinect is absolutely integral to the Xbox One experience, and he likened selling the console without a Kinect to selling it without a Blu-ray disc drive or without memory. ?Xbox One is Kinect. They are not separate systems,? Harrison said. ?An Xbox One has chips, it has memory, it has Blu-ray, it has Kinect, it has a controller. These are all
Date: Thu, 11. April 2013 08:49:00
DavidGilbert99 writes "According to anonymous sources, Microsoft's game director Adam Orth has left the company following a series of comments on Twitter about the rumoured always-on aspect of the next generation Xbox console. It is still unclear if Orth left voluntarily or was pushed out but either way it's not good news for Microsoft." If you'd prefer your news without obnoxious auto-playing video ads (with sound!), IGN reports Orth's departure, too. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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