Nintendo's recent release of Mario Kart 8 has turned the tides for Nintendo's latest console, the Nintendo Wii U, but is it enough to hold its ground while Sony and Microsoft run rampant with releases?
Nintendo Wii U's line up consists of Skylander Trap Team, followed by Hyrule Warriors, a Captain Toad: Treasure Hunter and then a (still) unconfirmed Super Smash Bros. set for sometime possibly in November. But the list stops there!
Meanwhile, Sony and Microsoft are bathing in releases of...
Ubisoft will make an appearance outside of the San Diego Comic Con, but will only be featuring Just Dance 2015 for the Nintendo Wii U. Just Dance will be playable at this event.
Perhaps more interesting, Ubisoft will also host an "assasin's creed parkour experience." Winners of the course will receive a limited edition Assasin's Creed t-shirt.
Ubisoft will also be hosting panels for Far Cry 4.
In what is being described as Nintendo's biggest presence at comic con in the company's history, Nintendo makes promises to show off popular games such as: Super Smash Bros., Hyrule Warriors, Pokemon Art Academy and so forth.
Along with presentations of Nintendo's up-and-coming video game titles, Nintendo plans on featuring their newly announce amiibos more, as well as hosting live tournaments for games not released yet!
"More and more developers and publishers are moving to online distribution models, but GameStop, the world's most successful video game retailer, is actually benefitting from the shift.
This is thanks, in large part, to the fact that many customers purchase digital content in physical stores –– this can be accomplished through a variety of methods, such as currency cards, or purchasing DLC season passes at GameStop's front desk.
Last year, more than $724 million of GameStop's sales were ..."
When I played League of Legends, I never used the points I earned from regular play for the skins. The Champions and Runes always went first.
It is unfortunate that players were scammed. But I don't see how important a skin that expired from the shop from a couple of months ago can be worth hundreds of dollars in real money.
Thank goodness Riot is nice enough to allow players that had been scammed to redeem themselves if they provide proof that they obtained the code legally.
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"Jim Sterling assailed provocatively against gaming’s big corporations and their pseudo-apologies and whimsy-focused smiles behind lavish PR responses and insincere, merry-time appeasement after every single incident that occurs where it looks like gamers are getting screwed. I’m glad he did it because it makes my job that much easier to expand on those points, or rather, explain why gamers seem to tolerate it."
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