Getting Destiny to feature when they revealed the PlayStation 4 was a good move, but it’s nothing compared to hosting the game’s worldwide gameplay reveal at E3.
The shooter, powered by the Frostbite 3 engine, will also offer a premium digital expansion pack for those that pre-order the game.
The games industry is, and has been for some time now, a global market, yet Microsoft insist on treating it as though America is the only required continent.
And so we have it, the next-generation is well and truly on. Microsoft has officially announced Xbox One, their new console.
So with just 24 hours until Microsoft official reveal the successor to the Xbox we hang on a tightrope between varying futures.
Teaser trailers can be quite good, this isn’t one of those.
Publisher takes three years to listen to customers, but at least they listened.
Dead Island: Riptide manages to hold onto the top spot for a third consecutive week – one more than its predecessor – despite yet another sharp drop in sales.
Here are some helpful suggestions for Microsoft in time for their press conference.
Dead Island: Riptide retains its top spot for another week despite two-thirds of the sales this week compared with last.
The shooter is set for a release at the end of the year on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC and the next-generation consoles, and is being developed by MachineGames.
Who knows how things will turn out, but DICE and Visceral Games are on the scene.
Even though Rayman Legends was delayed from its March release until August 30 in order to sync-up the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, it doesn’t mean it’s going to be any less fantastic.