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Bethesda Software will announce a new game tomorrow, and it has been confirmed to be Zwei, a new horror game from the creator of Resident Evil.
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Apparently Skyrim will have a Legendary Edition, which wil include the ‘Dragonborn’, ‘Hearthfire’, and ‘Dawnguard’ expansions.
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A Rachet and Clank animated movie will be out in theater in 2015. Here is the debut trailer:
That is going to be freakin' awsome!!!
Rachet and Clank might even be better as a CG movie than it is as a video game. It would be great if this started a wave of video game animated and CG movies. Disney has the rights to Monkey Island too! Think of the amazing implications of that.
From what I've read online, it will be based on the first game so it will be amazing!
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It looks like a new Okami is being hinted. Expect an announcement at the beginning of Golden Week.
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Microsoft will reveal their new system on May 21st.
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Nintendo revealed that they won't have a E3 press conference this year. Instead, they will hold smaller events.
Well it's nice to see the industry expanding into new horizons I hope it does well.
Sony talks more about the DualShock 4:
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More Durango rumors:
Oh, the console will supposedly come out in November for $499. Take these rumors with a grain of salt, of course. ^^Quote:
Also ugh at $500...come on Microsoft give us a break. I know it's a rumor, but I wouldn't put it past them...not at this point anyway.
Well you can pay $300 and pay $10 a month for 2 years that another option.
Whar are you talking about? XBLA Gold/PS+ ? Why is the price so high, while too low for a new console.
He's talking about this rumor:
E3 conference will be on Monday, June 10th, and it will start at 10 am.
Microsoft actually planned an "always on" console, but everyone raged about it so they cancelled the whole idea. One of their directors ( Adam Orth ) complained about the raging people and insulted them... and got fired lol.
For example, Manveer Heir from Bioware twitted him... and this was the result:
So yeah, that rumor was something official, but Microsoft said no.
The new rumor says that the console won't read used games, so you wouldn't be able to share it with someone or buy a pre-owned one... which sucks.
Oh, I heard that rumor before.
The point of it is to prevent pirating or something, since every game will come with sort sort of code. If you want to play a used game you'd have to purchase a new code to go with it =/
I still can't believe that Microsoft would actually go through with always online console. Especially since PS4 won't have that. That's like handing the competition a fair sized chunk of your consumer market for no real reason.
I mean, sure there is the anti-piracy stuff. But that seems like a motivation for developers not console manufacturers. And even game developers are coming out more and more against that sort of thing due to the huge PR backlash things like Diablo III and Sim City received for issues involved in always online gaming. I don't have any issue with a game in which the online component is an integral part of it (MMOs, multiplayer games, etc) requiring an online connection but when a single player game requires one and then something goes wrong with the game servers or my internet....I get pissed off. It's something that adds almost nothing when it works well and ruins the experience when it doesn't.
It's not an exaggeration when I say that always online for a console or a single player game is a deal-breaker for me. If I'm going to pay $500 for a console and $60 for a game I want those be able to use those things on my terms not have them dictated to me as if I was an untrustworthy child.