Category Archives: 360
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Xbox boss Phil Spencer has revealed that their E3 press conference will be 90 minutes long. This pretty much falls in line with previous years. Although, Microsoft has stated that they will be focusing on exclusive games this year instead of multiplats. Via: VGChartz
This Week on Xbox, Episode 3: Major Nelson highlights the biggest news of the week, including tips for the Witcher 3, a new Xbox One bundle announcement, updates to the Xbox app for Windows 10, the release of the Xbox One Digital TV Tuner in the United States and Canada, and much more.
The Game Theorists are back with another episode of DeadLock! This time taking a look at the Dark Souls series.
The official Need for Speed Twitter account has given us the first look at the next title in the franchise. And it seems like they are returning to the “Underground” brand that fans loved so much in the past. Check out the tweet below.
— Need for Speed (@NeedforSpeed) May 20, 2015
“Listen as NOT Pat Summerall and NOT John Madden commentate silly Madden glitches! NOTE: This is NOT actually Pat Summerall or John Madden. These are horrible, horrible impressions.”
Could Nintendo unveil a redesigned Wii U at this year’s E3? How about the New 3DS model coming over to the States? Two new listings for “Dummy” Wii U and “Dummy” 3DS SKUs have appeared on Best Buy’s page. However, these dummy SKUs are also for various other systems, and it could just be for games announced at E3 2015. We just have to wait it out till next month. Via: Nintendo Everything
It looks like Bandai Namco is gearing up for a huge E3 2015! According to an email I just received from the firm’s PR team. They have a 30-minute E3 presentation on an “unannounced AAA” game that “you will not want to miss!” Get the full lineup of confirmed games past the link.
Casey Hudson has joined Microsoft in the role of Creative Director at Microsoft Studios. The former Bioware lead will be working on HoloLens and “other awesome projects.” Hudson will be reporting directly to Kudo Tsunoda. More details on Microsoft’s new hire can be found here.
Jim Sterling discusses how Kickstarter projects are picking up the slack major AAA companies are leaving behind.
The Legend of Kay Anniversary is an old 6th generation game that Nordic Games is bringing back on 8th and 7th generation systems. Nintendo Everything sat down with developers to discuss the title, revealing that it will run at 1080p 60fps on Wii U. Get the full details past the link.
It “LOOKS” like Shigeru Miyamoto and Nintendo are ready to show off Star Fox for the Wii U! This pre-E3 show teaser has popped up on Vimeo teasing big studio names such as Infinity Ward, Naughty Dog, Nintendo and more. Guests like Olivia Munn and Shigeru Miyamoto are outed in the video as well. You can watch the short video here. Thanks GameNChick for the tip!
A YouTube video has popped up showing a dad forcing his son to smash his Xbox console over bad grades. I know many of you guys have kids (and its Friday) so what do you think of this parenting? Let me know in the comments section below.
Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo press conference/digital events times and dates have been confirmed. This is in addition to all the third-party company’s press conferences.
Sunday, June 14
- Bethesda – 6:30PM PDT
Monday, June 15
- Microsoft – 9:30AM PDT
- Electronic Arts – 1PM PDT
- Ubisoft – 3PM PDT
- Sony – 6PM PDT
Tuesday, June 16
- Square Enix – 10AM PDT
- Nintendo – 9AM PDT
- PC Gaming Show – 5PM PDT
Looks like Square Enix wised up and changed the time of their E3 press conference to an hour later to avoid running at the same time of Nintendo’s Digital Event. Square Enix will now have their presser on June 16th at 10 AM PT instead of 9 AM PT like Nintendo’s Digital Event. For a little bit of comedic relief you can hit the link for a video from Doctre81.
The NPD group has released the top-10 best selling games for North America in April. Mortal Kombat X lead the way. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U & 3DS placed 9th.
Well, it looks like Konami has shifted their focus from console games to mobile games. Konami’s CEO Hayakawa told Nikkei this in a new statement.