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Sony Wants Wii's Audience For The PS4
One company who has been rather consistent since their unveil of their technology in late February of 2013 is Sony. In fact, Sony wants to not only maintain the consistency of their dominance but they also want to leverage their position with hardcore gamers by also capturing the audience that Nintendo lost when they released the Wii U.
Assassin's Creed Unity Trailer Propagates A Revolution
The company has finally moved past the somewhat controversial topics surrounding their upcoming game by unleashing a new trailer that decides to focus on the positive sides of Unity instead of everything else that the company has been criticized for.
Tekken 7 Teaser Trailer Revealed
Earlier yesterday morning it was leaked that Bandai Namco would be announcing Tekken 7 for home consoles. It was also revealed that the game would be utilizing the Unreal Engine 4.
Dark Souls 2 Listed For Xbox One, PS4?
It's not uncommon for video games to get listed for consoles well before they've been officially announced. Some times these listings are true, other times they are completely bogus. This very instance has recently occurred for a very popular seventh generation game, Dark Souls II, that might be arriving for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.
Homefront: The Revolution's Game Director Leaves Crytek UK
Usually games may run into design issues or hardware limitations, but in the case of Homefront: The Revolution it's not a software problem, it's a financial one.
Tekken 7 Revealed, Get The First Details Here
Bandai Namco is planning to announce Tekken 7 tonight. However, the first details on the fighting game leaked out this afternoon.
Mortal Kombat X Raiden Trailer Brings The Thunder
NetherRealm Studios confirmed another character for Mortal Kombat X's roster tonight at EVO 2014. Long-time series veteran Raiden was revealed with a new gameplay trailer.
Project Spark Getting 4-Player Create And Play Feature For Xbox One
Team Dakota recently updated their official Facebook page to reflect a very important feature coming to Project Spark this fall: a four-player create and play feature for the Xbox One.
Why Far Cry 4's Villain Has A Pink Suit
Far Cry 4's villain Pagan Min is probably the only villain that could be spotted from orbit thanks to his ugly pink suit. Executive producer Dan Hay revealed in a new interview that there's a good reason for Min's sartorial decision.
Xbox One Game Trials Arrive For Digital Downloads
Game trials. Seems like a great way to entice users while they're engaged with the game right? Well, Microsoft finally decided to adopt that feature for the Xbox One and it'll also be arriving for ID@Xbox indie titles, too.
Ubisoft Games Selling Twice As Much On PS4 Compared To Xbox One
In Ubisoft's recent quarterly report, it was made known that The PlayStation 4 is outselling the Xbox One on the software front by a fairly large margin. In fact, Ubisoft's games are selling more on the PS4 than on the Xbox One by nearly two-fold.
Batman Arkham Knight: What We Know So Far
Batman: Arkham Knight has been one of the most anticipated games for PS4, Xbox One and PC since it was announced in March. Rocksteady is making some huge promises in their third game starring the Dark Knight.
Microsoft Comments About Xbox One's Retail Dev Kits
Multiple, conflicting stories have been circulating about Microsoft's plans to support, drop or maintain plans to turn retail Xbox One units into development kits.
Battlefield: Hardline Didn't Have Any Problems Hitting 1080p On Xbox One
Visceral Games recently revealed that Battlefield: Hardline for the Xbox One wasn't a troublesome production when it came to hitting 1080p for Microsoft's system. In fact, the team's biggest challenge was taking on the task of dealing with the game's multiplayer.
Homefront: The Revolution Won't Have Load Screens For PS4, Xbox One, PC
Crytek is aiming to make sure that Homefront: The Revolution will at least be a memorable title for home consoles and PC when it launches next year. While the studio may be in some kind of financial trouble, they're still talking up and hyping up their new first-person shooter.