The battle between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is a long-haul effort, according to Sony UK managing director Fergal Gara. Speaking with Eurogamer, the executive said Sony is confident in its launch position, but acknowledged that release this November is just the beginning.
"This format war, if you want to call it that, is a marathon, not a sprint," Gara said. "We're coming out of the blocks in a strong position, but we're conscious that is nowhere close to job done, and we have to continually improve the proposition, proving what PS4 represents."
Gara said Sony has a history of doing just that. The PlayStation 3 launched sixteen months after the the Xbox 360 and at a steeper price. Yet over the platform's lifecycle, it has caught up to Microsoft's console in terms of overall shipments worldwide, a process that "took a lot of hard graft," Gara said.
"You've got to start good and keep on your toes. PS4 is a platform that can and will evolve.... Read more »
Tommorow, GTA5 was planned to be released only for PS3 and Xbox 360
(or R* Games is going to suprise us?). By the way, there's been a
petition for GTA5 PC Release. The petition, believe it or not, has
passed 350,000 signatures.
The goal of this petition is simple: "Rockstar: Release GTA 5 on PC,”
and currently, it has excatly 376,265 supporters, and the target number
Here’s a special edition of Asked & Answered
addressing just a few of the frequently asked questions we’ve seen out
there from fans recently. Of course we’re aware that there are many more
questions and curiosities out there about GTAV,
so do stay tuned for more to be revealed about the game in due time.
Meanwhile, you can always feel free to drop us a line via firstname.lastname@example.org where we’re glad to have a look at what you have to say and help out wherever we can.
There was a strong desire to see some sort of Fallout 4 announcement
during E3 and while most of us didn’t expect a release date,
confirmation of the games development with a visual tease would have
Only a few days ago we published an article looking at what some gamers hoped to be a Fallout 4 tease from Pete Hines, although no details were given other than he’s seen the new project and it needs some time before any details are given.
Some of our readers expect this new project to be Fallout 4, but they
were disappointed to hear that development had only started after
Skyr... Read more »
Following the Xbox One reveal some people
thought that the focus of this event missed what the core consumers want
from the next-generation of consoles, which would be Xbox One games.
Today, we wanted to publish some details to give our readers a taste of
what Xbox One gamers will be like in terms of new features.
We don’t have a full Xbox One games list just yet, or a release date,
but thanks to a specs sheet we can list some of the factors that
Microsoft feel will make gaming on Xbox One great.
Game DVR – Captures and saves in-game highlights and
epic moments to the cloud. Use editing and sharing tools to post game
footage to your Xbox Live profile and social networks.
Since this is my first article here, how about a short introductory
speech? I'm Azazel, your resident vehicular crackerjack. And now, onto
the interesting stuff.
It's been a busy week! With all these new features announced and
things revealed, there's a lot to keep track of, and a lot you could
potentially miss out on. The aim of this little round-up is to give you
an overview of all the new vehicles that have surfaced with this recent
surge of trailers, previews and screenshots.
New vehicles added!
Below is a tally showing how many vehicles were added to their
respecive categories. Clicking one of the images will take you to the
category in question - new entires are at the bottom.
EA has a past, just like you and me however the public thinks EA
deserves a reward for having a bad rep! Being the winners of the Golden
Poo the second time in a row, I think we all hope for better performance
in the future.
A relate-able quote:
"I’ll be the first to admit that we’ve made plenty of mistakes.
These include server shut downs too early, games that didn’t meet
expectations, missteps on new pricing models and most recently, severely
fumbling the launch of SimCity. We owe gamers better performance than
this.” - Peter Moore Chief Operating Officer for Electronic Arts