…but I’m going to have an extra $250 in my pocket for the foreseeable future.
With the 3DS nearly here and the Kinect selling like gangbusters over the Move, Sony has something it wants to say:
Please, please don’t forget about the PS3! It has 3D!
Homefront review scores hit, and they’re not great. THQ stock price drops 25% almost as soon as the review scores go live. Analyst Michael Pachter hits the newswire to say the two are related.
I can do this too. Where’s my Porsche?
One of the criticisms leveled at Square Enix as of late is their games no longer appeal to a Western audience. So they’re opening a studio in Canada.
Uh, problem solved?
Number-cruncher NDP announces it is on the cusp of adding digital game sales to reports that it will also not share publicly unless people pay for it.
If at first you don’t succeed, just call it a legacy platform.
My attempt to take outspoken Rovio CEO Peter Vesterbacka to the woodshed over his comments about Angry Birds and the “death of the console” is up at Infendo.
Kinect gets a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records (gamer’s edition? That’s a thing?). Impressive.
The public’s reaction to stories like these always amuses me. It’s as if people think game consoles are conjured up in a matter of days and released upon the world in an afternoon, as opposed to the reality, which is that hardware manufacturers are always developing their next gen console. It starts the day they release the current one.
With apologies to Bill Maher, all future games must involve killing something or disproportionately-enhanced females. Crytek’s over-reported, overblown CryEngine demo told me so when it was advertised as the future of gaming.