One of the developers of Crysis 3 at Crytek has come forward and suggested that “without breaking any NDAs,” the next generation of consoles will not be able to compete with the power house that the PC has become in contemporary gaming and that chances are, they never will again.
Chief financial officer at EA Games, Blake Jorgensen, has said that he doesn’t think the next-generation of home consoles from Microsoft and Sony will be backwards compatible with the current generation of games, during a talk at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco.
CD Projekt, the developer behind well the well received RPG series, The Witcher, has released a new screenshot for its upcoming engine change.
Nintendo has been forced to cut back its sales predictions for the newly released Wii U console from 5.5 million to 4 million by the end of the year.
Mojang has announced its intention to create a Minecraft calendar for 2014, featuring only the best screenshot from the game that is now owned by over ten million individuals.
Yesterday THQ was officially sold off to creditors and other buyers, with its individual properties and developers bought up.
According to rumours circulating about the current auction of THQ properties, we could be looking at Sega buying up Relic Games – the company behind the Dawn of War series of games – and Ubisoft picking up the upcoming South Park: Stick of Truth RPG.
Despite closing around half of its own stores in early 2012, GAME is apparently interested in buying up certain HMV locations in order to expand.
Soon to enter administration HMV, has now announced that it will no longer be accepting gift cards at its retail outlets.