According to a report on stickskills Rockstar Games have slowly been revealing pieces of the GTA V map of Los Santos over the past while. And an anonymous internet citizen has pieced them all together to bring us the first full map for Grand Theft Auto V.
We posted previously that EA currently had no games in development for the Wii-U which I took as a sign that Nintendo is failing. Then we heard that EA were stopping their online pass fee which took us all by surprise.
Treat this as little more than a crazy rumour – but it could well be that Capcom’s planning on announcing the next numbered Resident Evil at this year’s E3.
One of the top Xbox Live employees, Eric Neustadter or more commonly referred to as "e", has posted an intriguing image on twitter along with the hashtag #itmeansnothing
According to a report on a business reporting website in the UK the next Xbox, codenamed Durango, is officially going to be called Xbox Infinity. It was one of the first rumoured names for the system, followed by Xbox Fusion. It’s a pretty awesome name that covers all the aspects of what the next Xbox is expected to offer.
The most anticipated game for this year, for most gamers anyway, is Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V. somehow, even though GTA IV was in many ways pretty terrible, people are hyped to hell about the game’s sequel. People who aren’t PC gamers, that is – because the game’s not coming to their preferred platform. Only it’s starting to look like it is.
The official PlayStation blog has stated that they have a busy week ahead with some intriguing game announcements planned. The posting was made on the 5th of May which means that between Sunday and Sunday we can expect a game announcement of some sort.
My worst fear has come true. I can just see it now. I’ll be playing Arkham Origins in a couple of months, and I’ll find myself clobbering some goons on a cold night, before I keep one of them awake to whisper in his ear…I’m Batman. And then out of nowhere, I’ll hear else someone shout “NO I’M BATMAN!”. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
It’s generally not prudent to put much stock in to random forum posts from random people – as they quite often tend to be filled with random rubbish, but a post on the Gamespot forums caught my eye. In it, Gamespot forumite ShoTTyMcNaDeS suggests the next Xbox might only see retail in 2014.
A stray document has been uploaded to Google Docs that appears to show the new Xbox Logo, colours and launch hashtag for the upcoming Next Xbox announcement. But even more intriguing are the coded messages on each of the slides.
While we’ve been hit in the face with a barrage of news about Sony’s PlayStation 4, we’ve seen and heard very little about the next-generation Xbox from Microsoft. Today, via Kotaku, comes some news about its controller.
It’s no secret that Microsoft is currently undergoing a huge re-branding campaign with the release of Windows 8 they have pretty much redesigned every one of their logos to fit into the new scheme of things. According to an anonymous twitter account this is what the new Xbox logo looks like.
Today is just full of surprises with the Steam Box appearing at Infinity Ward, Jason West deciding to leave the industry and that huge article that hasn’t appeared yet today but will do a bit later. So I guess the news that Microsoft may be showing off the Xbox for the first time this Wednesday shouldn’t really surprise us that much.
The PlayStation 4 rumour mill is in high gear at the moment and every graphic designer and their dog is currently putting together renders of what they expect the console and it’s peripherals to be like.
Another day, another batch of rumours concerning the next generation of hardware from Sony and Microsoft. We’ve already told you, in a bit of an incoherent, technically deficient way that the next PlayStation is set to have more raw computational power than the next Xbox – but now we take a closer look at what might be inside the Xbox Next, next-box, Durango or Xbox 720 if you will.