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Launch Trailer for Dying Light

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26 Jan 2015
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category PS4 - Trailers

altDeveloped by Techland, Dying Light is an all-new story of survival set in a city devastated by a mysterious infection. Kyle Crane, an undercover operative, is sent to the quarantine zone with the mission to locate a high-ranking military officer gone missing. Soon his mission goes sour and Crane is caught in the midst of a desperate fight for survival.

 

 

The Witcher 3 recommended and minimum PC specs released

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08 Jan 2015
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category PC - News

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Developer CD Projekt Red has now revealed the PC system requirements for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and as expected, you’ll need a decent PC to even run it. The game will be released on May 19, 2015, so you have more than enough time to prepare and upgrade your PC if you really want to play the game. Or you can just pick it on a console, and forget about extra costs.

Uncharted 4 dev explains visual differences between E3 and PSX

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16 Dec 2014
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category PS4 - News

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Following the reveal of the gameplay of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End at PlayStation Experience, Naughty Dog 3D Environment Artist Anthony Vaccaro had some interesting insight to share about the demo and more on the Polycount Forums and on Twitter.

Xbox One price cut in China

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15 Dec 2014
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category Xbox One - News

altLast week, Sony announced its PlayStation 4 launch plans for China, saying the console would launch January 11 at RMB 2,899 ($468). That's significantly cheaper than the Xbox One, which has a price tag of RMB 3,699 ($598) for the least expensive version of the hardware. Microsoft has since moved to narrow that price gap, according to a Kotaku translation of a Sina.com report.

 

New Twitch features for Xbox One

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09 Dec 2014
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category Xbox One - News

altTwitch has updated its Xbox One app, adding video on demand, a redesigned homepage and advanced directories.

"Xbox One helped cement Twitch's place in the living room with its robust set of features," said Twitch's director of product marketing Annie Berrones.

 

Ubisoft sees sales shrink in Q2 but rise 65% for first half

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01 Nov 2014
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category PC - News

altFrench publisher Ubisoft today reported its second quarter and first half fiscal performance, which revealed a better than expected sales total over the last six months. Q2 sales were actually down almost 43 percent to €124.1 million ($156.5 million). The publisher had been targeting Q2 sales of approximately €85.0 million, so it easily exceeded guidance. The first half overall was up more than 65 percent to €484.2 million ($611.2 million).

The company said it ended the first half with non-IFRS operating income of €24.2 million, which is a nice improvement on the €98.0 million operating loss reported during the first half of the 2013-14 fiscal period.

Microsoft is building a cheaper and slimmer Xbox One

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31 Oct 2014
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category Xbox One - News

altChip designer AMD has developed a smaller, more cost-effective 20nm version of the main processor found in Xbox One, opening the door to a cheaper 'slim' version of the Microsoft console. The news comes from the LinkedIn bio of AMD's senior manager of SOC (system on chip) physical design, as discovered by Mosen from the Beyond3D forums. The entry in question says he "successfully planned and executed the first APU for Microsoft's Xbox One Game Console in 28nm technology and a cost-reduced derivative in 20nm technology."

 

 

 

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