It’s not the brand new Ouya yet but it’s getting there. Ouya announced that they will be releasing a new version of their microconsole, boasting 16 GB and an improved controller. - Continue reading
“Early Access” has become increasingly popular on the PC gaming market. For those who are unaware, early access is a feature used by game developers to sell the game before it is actually completed. Customers can pay a certain amount to gain access to the game before its official release and can experience it like a sort of beta. While early access has proved to be hugely successful for games like Minecraft, some less honorable developers have been known to take peoples money and then never finish the game properly. This has led to some people becoming critical of the feature and even claiming it may ruin gaming. Whether you love it or hate it, it seems unlikely it will come to consoles.
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Respawn Entertainment briefly addressed fan inquiries about their upcoming Microsoft exclusive shooter Titanfall. You may breath a sigh of relief, as they have confirmed the game will not have microtransactions. However, there may be a chance of additional content in terms of DLC, since they also ask fans to wait and see for news regarding a Season Pass.
@ShaunKehoe no microtransactions. I don't have any news on a season pass
— Respawn (@Respawn) January 22, 2014
Nintendo president, Satoru Iwata has stated he will not be resigning from his position despite taking responsibility for Nintendo’s poor financial performance.
Recently the Wii U sales forecast went from 9 to 2.8 million units. A pretty heavy loss even for a giant like Nintendo. Iwata apologized to shareholders for the under performance but insisted he planned to quickly reverse the company’s performance.
Despite the 3DS selling well in Japan, America and Europe, the Wii U is in a slow but steady decline. Nintendo were hoping that the release of Super Mario 3D world might help boost sales but the game failed to pick up meaningful sales in the West.
The launch trailer for the Fable HD remake is here and it looks great. Fable fans will no doubt be itching to return to the world of Fable and see some familiar faces…in stunning HD!
Fable: Anniversary is due for release in February 4, 2014 in North America, February 6, 2014 in Asia and February 7, 2014 in Europe.