Showing posts from April 16, 2013

Gran Turismo 6 Coming to PS3 ?

New Egg has listed Gran Turismo 6 as a PS3 title. Is this a mistake or have they updated their site too early ?

Bethesda Teases New Game Via Vine

Vine appears to be a popular way to tease new games these days, following in the footsteps of EA who teased the new Battlefield 4 trailer via vine Bethesda has teased a new unnamed game via Vine. — Bethesda Softworks (@Bethblog) April 16, 2013 When asked if it was related to  Fallout 4, Bethesda said "guess again"

Fifa 14 Revealed Tomorrow

EA have revealed via a tweet that new Fifa 14 news will be coming tomorrow... RETWEET if you’re ready for #FIFA14 news tomorrow!… — EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) April 16, 2013  This will be the first news we have on the game. Stick with us for the full low down tomorrow.

Massive Soul Sacrifice Demo Out Tomorrow, Save Transfers Over to the Full Game

The Soul Sacrifice demo is going to be on the PSN store tomorrow afternoon Sony has confirmed and they have also announced that it is a huge demo. " The entire first chapter of the full game is included, all of which is playable with up to three other friends via online or ad-hoc multiplayer. " They have also confirmed that your save data will transfer over to the full game and you even get an exclusive  bonus item for playing the demo. We can't wait.

PS4 May be Cheaper than the PS3, Interview with Michael Denny Suggests

Edge Online has interviewed Sony Worldwide Studios’ vice president Michael Denny and he has hinted that the PS4 may be cheaper than the PS3. When asked questions related to the price of the PS4 he had this to say: " we listen and learn and take the judgement from every console launch we ever have ... We want a system that can reach as broad a gaming audience as possible but whilst being a system that’s deep, connected, rich and immersive " When asked directly if the PS4 will launch at a more competitive price point he had this to say: " There’s plenty of time, we’ve got lots of information yet to give out on PlayStation 4. The initial announcement phase that we’re in now is just to explain the vision to everybody. Part of that vision is we have created a console absolutely focused on gamers – and we want that to be gamers in the broadest sense as well. I think to some extent I can ask you to draw your own conclusions. " Gamers in the broadest sense s

PS Vita Firmware 2.11 Available

PS Vita firmware 2.11 is now available, its an optional update and improves system stability and playback of some titles.

Battlefield 4 Developer Calls Motion Controls a 'Gimmick'

Speaking with Edge Online executive producer at DICE, Patrick Bach has said that despite the fact people were throwing money at them to include motion controls in BF4 but there are no plans to include them in the game. "We are not interested in things that don't make the game better," Bach said. "There are a lot of gimmicks — people throwing money at us — ‘can you implement support for this quirky control thing'. No, it doesn't make the game better." He says the studio is open to innovations but only if it adds value to the player. "We are extremely open to innovation, but if it’s a gimmick, there’s no point unless it adds value to the player. Touch screens used to be a gimmick, because no-one could get it to work until iPhone came out and used it right. It adds to the experience, and now everyone is doing it. To us it’s the same with motion control and perceptual gaming in general; if it adds, great. If it’s a gimmick, ignore it.” This

Ubisoft Talks about Next Gen

In an interview with IGN Ubisoft has talked about the next generation of gaming. They highlighted that the next generation of gaming will be about connected experiences, something Sony has focused on with the PS4's features such as assisting a friend in game. “As far as being creative and showing what our studios can do, I think Ubisoft is well-positioned. We can’t wait,” Mallat told IGN. “For us, next-gen will definitely be connected experiences, but also social experiences, more immersive, and more interactive. First, we should start seeing that in a while. This cycle has been a long one. We really wanted the new consoles to come along. We’re happy to see that, based on what we saw from Sony last month. We definitely share the same visions. In terms of opportunities, I would say that there is a great momentum on everything that revolves already around the consumer’s way of spending his entertainment time. This is good news for us. Of course, every transition, every new

Criterion Moving Away From Racing Games

In multiple tweets, Criterion chief Alex Ward has said that the studio will not be making the next Burnout or Need for Speed games. Here is what I want folks to know. Some folks are eternally disappointed. Nothing I can do about that. So many tweets asking for new Burnout — Alex Ward (@AlexanderJWard) April 15, 2013 Equally many tweets asking for a new NFS game from us. Also Road Rash. Whilst I love all of those games, I am personally not doing any. — Alex Ward (@AlexanderJWard) April 15, 2013 After over a decade of making racing games it's time to make something new. It is early days thus I have nothing to "announce" or talk about — Alex Ward (@AlexanderJWard) April 15, 2013 I am proud of all of the Burnout games. When it feels right we will make another one. We are creative people. — Alex Ward (@AlexanderJWard) April 15, 2013 Burnout is still one of the classic games on the PS3 and holds up to modern racers, 5 years after it's release.