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  • Blog Post: Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot: ‘Nintendo Customers Don’t Buy Assassin’s Creed’

    When Assassin’s Creed: Rogue was announced earlier this month , the list of platforms confirmed what some Nintendo fans had been dreading. Ubisoft is stepping back its development on Wii U. At Gamescom, we had the chance to catch up with company CEO Yves Guillemot to discuss Nintendo, the ticking... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Sierra's New King's Quest Won't Be Point-And-Click, Will Be Adventure

    Update: The Odd Gentlemen, the developer working on the new King's Quest game, reached out to clarify an aspect of its still mysterious project. . @Futterish @gameinformer To clarify the game is very much an adventure game. It doesn't only use the mouse. — The Odd Gentlemen (@TheOddGentlemen... More
  • Blog Post: Destiny's The Dark Below Expansion Was Almost Uncovered In 2013

    Tricky, tricky, Activision. About a year ago, right before Blizzard unveiled the Reaper of Souls expansion for Diablo III, a reader tipped us off about a potential name for the expansion: The Dark Below. It turns out, the trademark filing was for something completely different. Now we know just what... More
  • Blog Post: Destiny Devs Explain Fireteam Size, Old Russian Real Estate, And The Unbeatable Ogres From The Beta

    We are now about as far away from the Destiny beta as we have to wait before the game launches on September 9, making it the perfect time to catch up with the team and discuss the future. We sat down with production director Jonty Barnes and senior designer Nick Davies to discuss the reasons behind some... More
  • Blog Post: Evolve Wins 5 Official Gamescom Awards

    Turtle Rock Studios 4-on-1 co-op title Evolve came up big in the Gamescom official awards, taking home five of thirteen awards. The game won Best of Gamescom, Best Console Game Microsoft Xbox, Best PC Game, Best Action Game, and Best Online Multiplayer Game. On receiving the accolades, Phil Robb, co... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation And Xbox Twitch Accounts Compromised, Offensive Messages Posted

    Yesterday the PlayStation, Xbox, and eSports League Twitch accounts were accessed by an as-yet unknown third party, who altered posted highlights to contain unauthorized messages including offensive language in the titles and descriptions. The unauthorized messages included jokes concerning recent announcements... More
  • Blog Post: Remedy's Sneaky Quantum Break Nod To Alan Wake Hints At Deeper Connection

    If you saw the Microsoft press conference and Remedy's brief demo of Quantum Break , you saw some fantastic action, very cool visual effects during the game's stutter moments, and what hero Jack Joyce's time manipulation powers. What you probably didn't see was a clever nod to Remedy's... More
  • Blog Post: Activision's Eric Hirshberg: Company Unlikely To Pursue Paid Early Access Model

    We had the chance to catch up with Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg to discuss Destiny, Call of Duty, the recently announced rebirth of Sierra, and the state of the industry. Activision is positioned for its largest holiday season in years, with the addition of Destiny to a mix that has included... More
  • Blog Post: Tom Chilton Talks World Of Warcraft II And Warlords Of Draenor

    I sat down with World of Warcraft game director Tom Chilton at Gamescom 2014 to talk a bit about the upcoming Warlords of Draenor and the possibility of a World of Warcraft II. WoW turns ten this year, and despite regular expansion enhancements the game is feeling the strain of its long and successful... More
  • Blog Post: Hearthstone Producer Yong Woo Talks Observer Mode And More

    At Gamescom 2014 I had the chance to sit down and talk some Hearthstone shop with producer Yong Woo. The first question of course - What’s coming next? Woo says a full-fledged expansion (not an Adventure) is in the works, but couldn’t go into any details. The top item on the list that you... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Age: Inquisition Is A Perfect Game For A Photo Mode

    Yesterday, we had the chance to play Dragon Age: Inquisition here at Gamescom. The content was similar to what Joe wrote about in a preview that went live yesterday (so be sure to check that out ). This allowed us to spend some time experimenting with the game and poking at some of its features. One... More
  • Blog Post: Project Morpheus Support Coming To War Thunder On PlayStation 4

    Gaijin Entertainment's free to play dogfighter War Thunder is getting Project Morpheus and Oculus Rift support. The game, which is currently available on PC and Mac, released only recently for PlayStation 4 . Gaijin announced Project Morpheus support for the game, and says that comparable VR technology... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Which Gamescom Announcement Has You Most Excited?

    Gamescom 2014 has brought some exciting news with it. From the totally unexpected Silent Hills reveal from Kojima to BioWare announcing a multiplayer-only game called Shadows Realms , this year has been full of surprises. We also found out Tearaway was coming to PS4 , what Michel Ancel's new studio... More
  • Blog Post: Might & Magic Heroes VII Is A Pre-Sequel To The Two Most Recent Entries

    The Might & Magic Heroes story has become a bit complex in its last two entries, with events taking us back 400 years in the last outing. The just announced Might & Magic Heroes VII takes place after the events of the sixth entry, but still before those that occurred in Heroes of Might &... More
  • Blog Post: Starbreeze Announces Overkill's The Walking Dead

    Starbreeze, the studio behind hits such as The Chronicles of Riddick, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and Payday 2, has announced that it is working with developer Overkill to bring a new story into The Walking Dead's universe. You can check out the cryptic trailer right below. It isn't difficult... More
  • Blog Post: The Sims 4's Gallery Will Foster A Creative Community, May Not Be Monetized

    This morning at EA's Gamescom press briefing , we got our first look at The Sims 4's new gallery in action. The feature is an evolution of the Exchange that integrates Sim and room sharing into the experience. The Gallery also creates an easier way for creative fans to focus on the part of the... More
  • Blog Post: Kojima Talks About Silent Hills Reveal And How He Wants To Terrify You

    At today's Metal Gear Solid V press conference, Hideo Kojima discussed P.T., the playable teaser that revealed he was working on a new Silent Hill game with filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro. He said he wanted to be an industry first to do a reveal like this, and he intentionally made the last puzzle... More
  • Blog Post: Strange Facts From Hideo Kojima's Gamescom Q&A

    Following the Gamescom Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain demo, Kojima answered fan questions offering some insight to his creative process. When asked what game he would be interested in remaking from the library of his own games, he chose Metal Gear Solid. Before answering, however, Kojima was quick... More
  • Blog Post: You Can Help Decide The Fate Of The Newly Announced Might & Magic Heroes VII

    Though we have plenty of RPG news coming from titles we expected to see at Gamescom 2014 like Dragon Age: Inquisition , we also received an announcement for the return of a recognizable role-playing title. Today, Ubisoft and Limbic Entertainment announced Might & Magic Heroes VII, asking fans to... More
  • Blog Post: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain And Ground Zeroes Are Coming To Steam

    At its Metal Gear press conference today, Konami announced that both Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain will also hit PC on Steam. Previously, Konami had only indicated console releases for both games. Now PC gamers can get in on the new Metal Gear action. There is no release date... More
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