EA has being doing alot of risky things these past years and now it's time to give up Mythic because the games aren't just not selling enough as excpected . Hopefully the members from that group can go make better games since they are not in the hands of EA but hopefully this won't mess up any of the upcoming games in the future .
"I recently had a bit of an exchange with someone over social media about The Walking Dead: Season Two’s episode release schedule. I originally asked developer Telltale Games if they can please release Episode 4 a month after Episode 3′s release, because I felt the rollout was taking a bit long.
I brought this up because the first episode of Season Two came out last December 17, 2013. At the time of that comment, it was already the second week of May 2014 and Episode 3 was just about to be ..."
""Raven Software is one of those companies that has probably made a game you love even though you might not recognize their name. When all their games are listed out it's funny just how many well-loved cult classics have come out of one studio. Soldier of Fortune, Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force, Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast, Star Wars Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy, and X-Men Legends I & II are all from Raven Software. From comic book games to movie games to their own IP, Raven has p..."
Daav from NoobFeed asks some questions to Erik Schreuder, CEO of Iceberg Interactive. The company celebrates five years of existence. It has since then grown from a point-and-click publisher to a sizable player in the 4X strategy market on Steam. That gives them some experience to talk about.
Today Nintendo have announced a third annual loss. Since it's release, the Wii-U console has sold around just 6.17 million units and as little as two and a half million in the last year. These figures are staggering when compared to the 7 million Playstation 4 units that Sony have shifted since it's release just before the holiday season. There are some positives for Nintendo with 3DS sales creeping up to around 44 million in total since it's release. With no new console being announced at th...
"Rovio, the developer behind the popular Angry Birds series, has released its 2013 financial results, and the numbers have raised concerns that the studio's success is starting to lose momentum.
Mashable reports that net profit fell 52% in fiscal 2013, from $77 million in 2012 to only $37 million in 2013. Revenues remained fairly steady at $216 million, up only slightly from $211 million in 2012."
Iwata talks about what Nintendo must do after the previous president, Hiroshi Yamauchi passed away.
(Granted, Yamauchi passed a while ago, so this is a bit late... RIP Yamauchi)
Nintendo is my favorite company, I hope they're not going the same route as Sega. But, it's not like something horrible is going to happen overnight, great games are still coming out and money will still be made.
"A developer by the name of phileday has released a new virtual reality (VR) video playback tool onto the Oculus VR Share Beta. Named Whirligig, the software is designed to let users watch fully immersive films with an Oculus Rift VR headset as well as add custom menus and set other features to optimise the viewing experience. The software can be downloaded for free on PC over on the official Oculus website."
"he Assassin's Creed franchise sold 60 million units as of the last official numbers released. The franchise's most recent title, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, released last October, has actually achieved lower sales than its predecessor. The next title, Assassin's Creed: Unity, is expected by the end of the year."
"Phil Spencer, who was named head of Xbox at the end of March, has acknowledged these issues, noting on Twitter that the company must "do more" in order to compete. Even though Microsoft is in a historically good place with Xbox One, the fact remains that PlayStation 4 is beating it handedly."
"This week saw the launch of a brand new high-profile virtual reality (VR) meet-up in California, as VRLA saw it’s inaugural gathering. Hosted at Digital Domain, Los Angeles, VRLA was a resounding success, and today one of the event’s organisers, Cosmo Scharf, takes a walk down memory lane with VRFocus to his very first experience of VR."