If there’s anything that EA’s recent Sim City fiasco has taught developers and publishers, it’s gamers absolutely, positively hate DRM and “always connected” policies for their games. However, it seems the news hasn’t trickled down to Microsoft and their next Xbox (codenamed Durango) developers yet. There are rumors making the rounds on the internet more »
According to the Wall Street Journal, Director Brett Ratner, the director behind Tower Heist, said that he would be producing an “animated sitcom” (Read: Cartoon) based on Zynga’s popular Facebook game, Farmville. Let that sink in for a second as I take a moment to gather my thoughts. … Good? Good. Why? I honestly don’t know why Zynga more »
The next Xbox will be the most powerful system ever. No, the next Xbox will block the ability to play used games. No, those are just silly next Xbox rumors! The reality is that the every Xbox 720 will be delivered to its new owner by a unicorn!
If the latest reports involving the Metal Gear series hold true, we could be looking at a re-release of the most recent (and still PlayStation-exclusive) numbered iteration in the long-running saga.
Mass Effect 3 fans have more to be excited about than the recently released Extended Cut DLC. It turns out fans who have mined the add-on have found references to the Leviathan of Dis, a rogue reaper that was mentioned in the Mass Effect DLC Bring Down the Sky. It’s speculation time!
OK, every achievement point whore (myself included) has probably heard this: “So, you have a high gamerscore. But what’s the point? Do these achievement points actually do anything?”
Soon, we hope to be able to answer, “Yes.”
I’m not a huge fan of all these HD remaster projects that have been making the rounds. I’m especially down on them when they involve a recent release, one that could still be played on a backwards compatible system. However, I was 100% behind the Ico and Shadow of the Colossus collection and if this more »
Eurogamer picked up some scans from Nintendo Power that point to a Wii U version for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2…
Okay, let’s see a show of hands readers! Who here actually follows game publishers and developers’ Twitter feeds? I see. Well, after today’s announcement, I’m sure that number will be a lot larger. Namco Bandai’s UK branch runs a special Twitter account for Tales series announcements and both that feed and the official Tales Facebook more »
A rumor from earlier this week said Sony was in the process of acquiring a cloud gaming company. The obvious candidates for such as deal were Gaikai and OnLive. Now days before Sony’s E3 2012 press conference, GamesIndustry has reason to believe Sony has chosen Gaikai as its cloud gaming partner.