Thursday, April 14, 2011 10:30AM - By Joseph Oliveto
Mass Effect has proven itself to be an engaging and unique franchise that has provided gamers with plenty of entertainment, but for most of us, it seemed to be common knowledge that the upcoming third entry would mark the end point for the series. However, that may not precisely be the case; Computer and Video Games reports that the good people over at Bioware have been pondering what directions they could take the games in the future.
It’s not over just yet, folks.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011 12:49PM - By Joseph Oliveto
Portal 2 is thankfully on its way, though if you were impressed with the first installmnet–and if you played it at all, odds are that is the case–you can be forgiven for wondering whether or not the sequel could possibly live up to its predecessor. We won’t know the answer to that until we get the opportunity to try it our on our own, but in the meantime, GamingBolt has word from Valve that they thing Portal 2 is “absolutely the best” single-player game they’ve made.
Thursday, March 31, 2011 12:12PM - By Rothtana Ouch
Capcom’s Masachika Kawata is juggling multiple Resident Evil related projects, he’s spearheading production on Resident Evil: Mercenaries, Resident Evil: Revelations and the recently announced Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. Kawata recently sat down with Japan’s Famitsu to discuss Operation Raccoon City and some dramatic changes to Resident Evil gameplay. Continue Reading
Monday, March 28, 2011 6:37PM - By Rothtana Ouch
Activision boss Bobby Kotick might be the least popular figure in the video games industry to date. But recently Blizzard founder Mike Morhaime defended Kotick’s reputation within the industry having told MCV, “I have an advantage there because I know Bobby personally and we have very long, in-depth conversations.” So, they’re more than just co-workers?
Thursday, March 24, 2011 7:34PM - By Rothtana Ouch
Battlefield 3’s senior producer Patrick Bach spoke at length about DICE’s Frostbite 2.0 at the Game Developers Conference. In his talk he discussed the new animation system adopted from EA’s FIFA franchise, plans for better destructible environments and what Frostbite 2.0 really accomplishes for Battlefield 3.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 1:51PM - By Rothtana Ouch
EA’s Battlefield 3, looks to be a different animal than DICE’s previous efforts in the Battlefield: Bad Company series. With new technology running underneath Battlefield 3‘s veins, it would be difficult not seeing the latest sequel as being DICE’s attempt to dethrone Activision’s Call of Duty.
But, Wedbush analyst Michael Patcher told IndustryGamers to not get gamers hopes up just yet. Continue Reading
Monday, March 21, 2011 9:17PM - By Rothtana Ouch
Much about the Dragon Age II differs from the original, but recently DA2′s lead designer Mike Laidlaw has opened up about his feelings on all things Dragon Age II and continue to try to spin criticisms of design choices from a different light.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 2:09PM - By Rothtana Ouch
Not so long ago, PC gamers often asked of a new PC hardware if, “it can do Crysis?” Quickly the off question became somewhat of a legendary and yet, humorous examination of not just computer hardware, but of legendary chase after video games with Crysis-like graphics. The follow-up to the best-looking game on planet earth is setting sights on a console release. But are the console counterparts equal to each other or is the PS3 version simply out of luck?
Tuesday, July 20, 2010 3:43PM - By Jared Newman
Don’t get yourself all worked up over the possibility of subscription-based Call of Duty, because Activision, Infinity Ward and Treyarch all say there’s nothing to worry about. Infinity Ward’s creative strategist, Robert Bowling, took on supposed video evidence of the ability to add Modern Warfare 2 memberships within Xbox Live. “To be clear: There is not, and will never be, additional fees required to subscribe and play Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer,” Bowling wrote on his blog.