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Last night, I stayed up way too late finishing Assassin’s Creed III, but I’m glad to be finished. Now, I can work my way through the next games on the list, beginning with Avatar Legends for the Xbox Live Arcade.
But don’t worry. My desperate attempt to catch up isn’t stopping me from delivering my opinions on the three biggest stories of the day!
I don’t know about you, but today was kind of a long day. I couldn’t help but wonder if it was Christmas yet.
There is much good to acknowledge with the release of a new console: better graphics, less software restrictions, better hardware, and having a flashy new toy. (more…)
In light of the recent rumors flying around the interwebs about the newest gaming consoles, some people are upset about some of the details. (more…)
Earlier this week, images were found on design firm Coque Design’s website detailing the Playstation Orbis, Playstation’s next generation console. (more…)
You’ve probably read or heard a hundred different rumors about the next gen Xbox by now. Most of the rumors talked about the new Xbox having no disc drive, and instead require hard memory or online certification for gaming to be enabled after you purchase a game.
According to British trade magazine MCV, the next Xbox console, codenamed “Durango” and guaranteed by GameTaffy to be officially named “Xperience” (must be whispered), will not be shipped with a disc drive.
A source has given a tip to VG247 that 2K Czech is involved with work on the upcoming GTA V, along with putting efforts into the evident future release of Mafia III.
No release date information or platform data was released. Of particular note, though, was the fact that 2K Czech was present at the recent “Durango” Developer’s Conference in London, indicating that plans might be in the works for the studio may be looking to release on the next Xbox console.
Mafia II was released back in November of 2010 to the sound of a resounding “meh“. GTA V, announced in November of last year via a teaser of the most tempting variety, has not yet been scheduled for release.